Training

Name of the Scientist Designation Discipline E-mail address EPBAX
Dr. M. K. Singh Nodal Officer, HRD Training Animal Genetics & Breeding manojnaip@gmail.com 2075

Creation of knowlege base in goat husbandry is part of institute mandate. Our mission is to educate people in advance technologies on goat husbandry for employment generation and sustainable livelihood. Training facilities at the Institute are of class, faculty is highly educated and experienced. The Institute organise National and International training programmes of various kinds. For farmers it is a regular activity, for others it is being organised on commercial lines and on request.

National Training Programme

66th National Training programme on Scientific Goat farming is completed successfully on 31 april 2016, the Training Programme duration was 10 days 21 april to 31 april 2016.

Short Training Programme

7 days Training on "Advances in Goat Rearing" sponsored by JEEVIKA, Bihar completed successfuly from 19 to 25 january 2016 .

5 days Training on "Agri-business Opportunity in Goat Production" sponsored by VANAMATI,completed successfuly from 08-12 february 2016.

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    CIRG works at the interface of scientific livestock rearing and alleviation of poverty using modern goat production technologies and animal husbandry practices.
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Central Institute for Research on Goats (CIRG) organized Farm Innovators’ Day on September, 10, 2015 .

CIRG supplies record number (676) of superior germplasms (male & female goats and sheep) to individual farmers, State Governments and other agencies for genetic conservation and improvement.

CIRG achieves record milk production of 40,291.85 litres at its goat flocks

CIRG achieves significant reduction in overall mortality rate (4.1%) at its different farms (Barbari: 4.40%; Jamunapari: 3.45%; Jakharana: 4.59%; Sheep unit: 3.99%)

CIRG transferred indigenous strain of Johne’s disease organism (Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis Indian bison type S5) to Biovet Pvt Ltd., Bangalore for commercial production of JD vaccine.




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