Dr Esther Krocha presenting a demonstration on AI during the one-day workshop on Vaccination, Disease Management and Artificial Insemination in Livestock on the launching programme in Phek on September 11.
Peren, September 11 (MExN): The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs) across the districts organized the launching of National Animal Disease Control Programme (NADCP) for Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and Brucellosis, Nationwide Artificial Insemination programme and Swachhta Hi Sewa by the Prime Minister of India on September 11.
Peren: KVK Peren, ICAR-RC for NEH Region, Nagaland Centre, Jalukie Town, Nagaland organized the launching of NADCP and Nationwide Artificial Insemination programme on September 11 at Women Welfare Hall, Jalukie town.
In connection to this, a one day workshop on ‘Vaccination and Disease Management and Artificial Insemination and Productivity’ was organized.
C Wangan, Extra Assistant Commissioner (EAC), Jalukie Town, Government of Nagaland graced the function as special guest and Dr Captain G Dhananjaya Rao, Dean, CVSc, CAU, Jalukie, Peren district, Nagaland, as the guest of honor.
The launching programme was webcasted and witnessed by 48 farmers and 11 officials from line departments. During the technical session, Dr S Mukherjee, Associate Professor, Department of VPH and Dr Tukeshwar Chutia, Assistant Professor, Department of Gyneacology, CVSc, CAU, Jalukie, delivered lectures on pertinent topics related to health care and vaccination in farm animals which was followed by farmer scientist interaction. 46 pigs were vaccinated against Swine Fever and 1000 poultry birds against Ranikhet disease.
Wokha: Krishi Vigyan Kendra (ICAR), Wokha, Nagaland organized a day long awareness training programme on Foot and Mouth Disease, Brucellosis and Artificial Insemination for better productivity in connection with the launching by the Prime Minister on September 11. During the training programme Dr Mhonlumi, Deputy Director, Veterinary Department, Wokha emphasized upon the importance of prevention and control of FMD and Brucellosis in cattle.
Artificial Insemination in cattle and pig for better productivity in farm animal was explained by Dr Santosh Baishya, Senior Scientist & Head, KVK Wokha.
While Dr Moa, ACTO (Animal Science), KVK Wokha spoke about the importance of vaccination and timely care for farm animal.
A total of 15 numbers of pigs were also vaccinated against FMD in connection with the launching programme. Altogether 52 numbers of farmers and village chairman from 8 villages attended the programme.
Mon: One day awareness programme on launching of NADCP for FMD, Brucellosis and Nationwide Artificial Insemination by the Prime Minister was conducted by KVK Mon. The programme was chaired by Dr Ruokuovilie Mezhatsu, Senior Scientist & Head. Live webcast on the launch from Mathura was broadcasted at 11:00 am. Dr. Paihem Michui, ACTO (Animal Science) presented the power point presentation on importance of Brucellosis and FMD diseases and its preventive measures in cattle. An interaction session was held with the participants. A total of 59 farmers, farm women and rural youth and civil societies representing the villages of Mohung, Ngangching, langmeang, Aopao, Angjangyang and Anglong ward, Aboi attended the programme.
Kohima: An elaborative programme was organized by KVK, Kohima at the KVK Conference hall to live webcast the event to participating farmers of Tesophenyu, New Tesophenyu and Chunlikha villages respectively. Dr V Akashe Zhimomi, Senior Scientist & Head, KVK, Kohima in a press release stated that Nokchasashi, ADC Tseminyu speaking as the chief guest emphasized that from the month of October, Tseminyu subdivision will be plastic free and encouraged the participants to follow suit. ADC declared the launching of NADCP & SHS for Tseminyu subdivision.
Later in the programme Dr Gwathanlo Tsela VAS, AH & VS Tseminyu highlighted on Foot and Mouth Disease and Brucellosis in cattle which was followed by demonstration on Artificial Insemination (AI) carried out by the field functionaries of Veterinary Department Tseminyu.
Celebration of Swachhta Hi Sewa (September 19 - Oct 2) was also officially launched consecutively by Nokchasashi ADC, Tseminyu from the KVK Kohima premises. It started with the tree plantation by the ADC. A total of 46 members attended the programme.
Phek: KVK-Phek organized a one-day workshop on Vaccination, Disease Management and Artificial Insemination in Livestock on the launching programme on September 11.
The programme initiated a welcome note by Senior Scientist and Head KVK-Phek. Officials from Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services- Phek, Members of village councils, GBs, farmers from various villages participated in the programme.
Special Guest Zakamu Sakhamo, Advisor, District GB Association Phek appealed the farmers for active participation during the Swachhta Hi Sewa programme and also urged the farmers to ensure timely vaccination of their livestock.
Vecuru Dzudo educated the gathering on the various government schemes & programmes for the welfare of the farmers.
A presentation on vaccination, disease management and artificial insemination was delivered by Dr Debojyoti Borkotoky, SMS (Animal Sc) KVK-Phek. The presentation was followed by a demonstration on Artificial Insemination and FMD vaccination in Mithun by Dr Esther Krocha, Veterinary Assistant Surgeon.
Dr T Esther Longkumer Senior Scientist and Head KVK-Phek briefed about the schemes PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi & PM-Kisan Maan Dhan Yojana in the local dialect.