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A study on inservice training needs of project level milk procurement personnel

, : A study on inservice training needs of project level milk procurement personnel. Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science 11(1): 27-32

Project level milk procurement personnel (PLMPP) are responsible within the Indian state dairy development corporations for liaising between village milk producers and dairy processing plants. 63 PLMPP surveyed as to the need for 167 courses currently offered, covering animal husbandry, milk hygiene and extension procedures agreed that most courses were necessary.


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