At the skill development centres at Hirmi, Sambhupura, Kharia Khangar, Khor, Rawan, Awarpur and Malkhed 1112 youngsters received training in electrical repair, photography, videography, motor driving, food processing, sewing and dressmaking.
A training course on basic tailoring was imparted to 2,032 women at Tadipatri, Hirmi, Reddipalyam, Khor, Sambhupura, Malkhed, Arakkonam and Rawan. Alongside, 19 widows were rehabilitated at Awarpur through training in tailoring and provision of sewing machines.
To promote sustainable agriculture, organic farming units have been set up by 115 farmers from Ratnagiri and Jaffrabad.
At Hirmi, Khor, Sambhupura, Malkhed, Awarpur, Jafrabad, Kovaya and Ratnagiri 1,770 farmers have been trained in the latest agricultural techniques of grafting, soil health, crop protection and post harvesting techniques. This was done in collaboration with the local agricultural technology management centres. Exposure visits to Centres of Agricultural Technology were organized for 314 farmer club members of Jafrabad, Hirmi and Kovaya, besides conducting the Krishak Khet Pathsala programme.
As part of our endeavour towards renewable energy, 27 bio-gas units have been set up in Rawan and Khor.
We immunized 32,760 animals at animal husbandry and other veterinary camps at all our units. The Navjeevan Gaushala at Kharia Khangar houses 740 cows and oxen. Additionally, our dairy programme at Reddipalyam and Sambhupura caters to the health of 1,068 farm animals.
The integrated fodder management programme at Kovaya and Hirmi supplies abundant nutrition to 2644 milch cattle.