In the era of start-ups, financial independence largely relies on how much value you are offering to people. That has to be the core of every start-up idea. It is the blueprint of success for entrepreneurs all around the world.
For a developing economy like India, where employment remains to be a constant issue, self-employment seems to be the most perfect solution to a country that has remained in impoverished shadows for far too long.
The department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries are implementing a Dairy Entrepreneurship Development scheme which is aimed to aid Dairy related start-up ideas.
This scheme would cover activities such as the enhancement of milk production, the procurement of milk, preservation and transportation of milk and finally the marketing of milk by providing back-ended capital subsidy for evidently bankable projects.
Who is implementing the Scheme?
The scheme is currently being implemented by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).
What is the Objective of the Scheme?
Some of the prime objectives of the schemes are:
- To promote setting up of modern dairy farms that has innovative methods of procuring and preserving milk.
- To encourage the rearing of heifer calves thereby conserving good breeding stock in terms of animal husbandry.
- To primarily generate self-employment opportunities
- To provide the infrastructure that is needed for unorganized sectors
If you have what it takes to make it big in the dairy industry, and if capital is the only thing that is being a thorn in your side, then this is an opportunity for you. Get in touch with your nearest NABARD center and apply for the DED scheme.
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