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IVRI
IVRI
Training and Education Centre, ICAR-IVRI, Pune (Maharashtra)

Major Achievements

  • Conducted field evaluation of IVRI technologies such as UMMB, infertility laddoo, feed block making machine, traviport, fetal extractor, device for correction of prolapsed uterus and fracture fixation devices.
  • Organised 16 training programmes for veterinary officers/practitioners, benefitting 373 trainees from different states such as Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Goa, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Sikkim.
  • Organised 14 training programmess for tribal and SC farmers (1536 trainees, including 422 women) of Nashik, Nandurbar, Gadchiroli and Pune districts.
  • Organised eight workshops/seminars/technical meets/webinars (about 1300 participants).
  • Organised 6 Interface Meets with animal husbandry departments of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Goa and Kerala states (~ 600 participants), and two Institute-Industry Interface Meets (123 participants).
  • Organised several Farmers Meets/Kisan Goshties/Participation in Exhibitions/Mera-Gaon-Mera Gaurav programmes in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka states.
  • Organised 50 animal health camps, mostly in drought affected and tribal areas, treating ~ 8250 animals of about 2850 farmers and 3 Gau Shalas.
  • Conducted different surveys among veterinary officers of Maharashtra State: (i) Training needs of State VOs (290 VOs); (ii) Prevalence of important infectious, systemic and reproductive diseases in livestock of Maharashtra state: (344 VOs); (iii) Antibiotic use by field veterinarians: (VOs of Maharashtra (291), Andhra Pradesh (29), Karnataka (23) and Goa (8); and (iv) Livestock Health Care Delivery System in different regions of Maharashtra state (250 VOs).
  • Through TSP and SCSP programmes, livelihood support was given to 55 tribal/SC farmers of Nashik and Nandurbar districts, and 15 SC farmers of Pune district through goat and backyard poultry farming; income of 20 tribal farmers, who were supported with goat units (4F + 1 M) in 2017 and 2018, increased by more than double in less than 3 years (from initial average income of Rs 15,000/per annum) as they earned total of Rs 6,12, 800 by sale of goats in 2018-19 (Rs. 2,35,300) and 2019-20 (Rs. 3,77,500).
Institute-Industry meet at TEC Pune
Institute-Industry meet at TEC Pune
Inauguration of short course on Diagnostic Imaging
Inauguration of short course on Diagnostic Imaging
Inauguration of training on cell culture by Hon. Commissioner of AH, Maharashtra
Inauguration of training on cell culture by Hon. Commissioner of AH, Maharashtra
Training on poultry farming for tribal farmers at Gadchiroli
Training on poultry farming for tribal farmers at Gadchiroli

This is the official website of ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute (ICAR-IVRI), Izatnagar, an institute under Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Deparment of Agricultural Research & Education (DARE), Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India.

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