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National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal, Haryana
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Karnal (District Karnal)
Haryana, India
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National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal Haryana is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University. National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal Haryana was established on / in 28.03.1989.


Principal of National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal Haryana is Dr. A.K.Srivastava.

National Dairy Research Institute is situated in Karnal of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Karnal comes under Karnal Tehsil, Karnal District.

Fax # of National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal Haryana is +91-184-2250042, 2254372.

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Website of National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal Haryana is www.ndri.res.in.


Contact Details of National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal Haryana are : +91-184-2259008, 2252800,2259002, 2250042



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Introduction

The National Dairy Research Institute as country's premier Dairy Research institution has developed onsiderable expertise over the last five decades in different areas of Dairy Production, Processing, Management and Human Resource Development. Information generated at the Institute and the services offered have contributed to he growth of Dairy Industry as a whole and well-being of millions of milk producers and consumers of milk and milk products. Realizing the challenging need of global Dairy Trade, the Institute is continuously working to develop its R&D and HRD programmes to better serve the nation in terms of food security, employment generation, poverty alleviation and economic prosperity.

The National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal was originally started as Imperial Institute of Animal Husbandry and Dairying in 1923 at Bangalore. It was expanded and renamed as Imperial Dairy Institute in 1936 and was known as National Dairy Research Institute after independence in 1947. Subsequently, in 1955, NDRI Headquarter was shifted to Karnal. Facilities at Bangalore were retained to function as a Regional Station to serve the Southern States.

In 1964, Eastern Regional Station of the Institute was established at Kalyani in West Bengal. Both these Regional Stations continue to provide region specific R&D support for dairy development in these areas. In 1970, NDRI was brought under the wings of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research to provide greater operational autonomy to the Institute in research management functions. In 1989, status of Deemed University was conferred to the Institute for further strengthening the academic programmes for human resource development.

The National Dairy Research Institute as the premier Dairy Research Institution undertakes research, teaching and extension activities towards dairy development in the country. Being the National Institute, it conducts basic and applied research with the objective to enhance animal productivity and also to develop cost effective technologies for the benefit of the teeming millions. Further, the Institute provides high quality manpower to meet the human resource requirements for the overall dairy development in the country. The Institute also undertakes extension programmes for transferring the know-how from the laboratory to the farmers' fields.

Profile of Institute

Historical Perspective
National Dairy Research Institute is the premier organization that provides R&D support for Dairy Development programmes of the Nation. Over the years, it has gained prominence as the front ranking research organization on global basis. The Institute works in close liaison with various National and International developmental agencies to assist the country in its dairy development plans. Scientific achievements, development of human resource at multi-tier level and infusion of science in various sectors of the dairy industry have been the hall-marks of the Institute. The Institute catalyses close interaction among scientists, students, farmers and dairy industry for orchestrating dairy development process in a harmonious manner.

The National Dairy Research Institute metamorphosed from erstwhile Imperial Institute for Animal Husbandry & Dairying, which was established at Bangalore in 1923. In 1936, it was expanded and renamed as Imperial Dairy Institute. It was in 1955 that its Headquarters were shifted to Karnal at the location formerly called Central Cattle Breeding Farm . view to consolidate the impressive infrastructure already developed at Bangalore, the unit was reorganised to serve as the Southern Regional Station of the Institute. In 1962 and 1964, two regional stations were established in Kalyani and Bombay, respectively, to serve as the Eastern and Western regional stations of the Institute. However, the Western Regional Station (WRS) at Bombay was closed down in 1984. The Southern and the Eastern Regional Stations continue to provide region specific R&D support for dairy development in relation to the agro-climatic conditions that exist in those areas. In 1970, the Institute's management was weaned away from the Ministry of Agriculture and brought under the wings of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research with a view to provide greater operational autonomy in research management functions. In 1989, status of Deemed University was conferred to the Institute for further strengthening the academic programmes for human resource development. The Institute provides high quality education in the field of dairying which has no parallel in Asia. It is noteworthy that NDRI is not only an important contributor of dairying manpower required in SAUs but it plays on important role in enhancing the teaching capabilities of SAUs dairying staff. This is evidenced by recognition, by the ICAR, of the Institute as Centre of Advanced Studies at NDRI in Dairy Cattle Breeding and Dairy Technology disciplines to further strengthen the research and training components. During the IX Plan period, a National Research Centre on Biotechnology is being commissioned at this Institute. There are also additional proposals to establish a National Referral Centre on Quality Assurance in Dairy Industry. Additionally a multi-locational network project for monitoring the Quality of Milk and Milk products is also being proposed during the IX Plan period.

Mandate
undertake basic and applied research in the area of Dairying covering Production, Processing, Economics and Management.

To develop Dairy Farming Systems for different agro-climatic conditions and demonstrate models for transfer of technology.

To organise and conduct programmes at under-graduate and post-graduate levels in various branches of dairy science.

To organise short-term specialised training programmes and vocational courses.

To collaborate with National and International agencies for Dairy Research and Development.

To provide consultancy to Dairy Industry, Dairy Farmers and other Dairy Development Agencies.

To act as a referral Centre on Dairy Research.

Organizational Structure
The organizational structure of NDRI follows the Deemed University pattern of the ICAR. The policy making functions are managed through four main bodies focused at fields of research, education and extension activities.

Board of Management
Research Advisory Committee
Academic Council
Extension Council

The highest policy making body is the Board of Management. The Director, NDRI, the Chairman of this Board. The Executive Council is the main task implementing body on administrative matters. The Research Advisory Committee is responsible for all round progress of research at the Institute and its application. The Academic Council is responsible for all issues relating to the education and training. The Academic Council, in turn, is supported by (i) Standing Committees, (ii) the post-graduate faculty, and (iii) the Board of Studies in the respective disciplines. The Extension Council is responsible for extension programmes. The Research, Education and Extension activities of the Institute are managed by the Director and the Joint Directors through Scientific, Technical, Administrative and Supporting staff. The Director is overall Administrative Head of the Institute and its Regional Stations at Kalyani(West Bengal) and Bangalore. The Joint Directors in addition to extending support the Director in the area of Research, Academic and Administration are responsible to co-ordinate educational and research activities of various Divisions and Regional Stations, respectively. Each of the Regional Stations is administered through the Head located at the station. The Scientific and teaching work at the main station is conducted through 11 subject-matter Divisions namely Dairy Cattle Breeding, Dairy Cattle Nutrition, Dairy Cattle Physiology, Animal Biotechnology,Dairy Chemistry, Dairy Engineering, Dairy Microbiology, Dairy Technology, Animal Biochemistry, Dairy Economics, Statistics & Management and Dairy Extension.

Infrastructure and Facilities
The Institute at Karnal is located on 560 hacatre of land, of which 360 hacatre is used for fodder cultivation. Adorned by natural surroundings, the beautiful campus harbours Central Administrative Office, various Research Divisions, National Library in Dairying, the Cattle Yard, Embryo Biotechnology Centre, Animal Biotechnology division, Agricultural Technology Information centre (ATIC), Artificial Breeding Complex, Farm and Maintenance Sections, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Trainers' Training Centre, Computer Centre, Dairy Plant, Milk Parlour, Health Complex, Staff Club, Guest House, Community Centre, Printing Press, Exhibition Units and Museum, Residential Accommodation for the staff and Student Hostels.

Dairy Education
The Institute offers various teaching programmes at Graduate, Post-Graduate and Doctorate level in order to develop trained man power in dairying to meet challenges at national and international requirement. All research laboratories are equipped with ultra modern equipment and state-of-the-art technological facilities.

Diploma in Dairy Engineering
The objective of this course is to develop training in service candidates to meet the requirements of plant machinery upkeep at operational level in dairy plants. The duration the course is one year full time. This course is offered only at institute's southern regional station, Banglore. The eligibility for admission is B.Tech(DT) from a recognized institution.

B.Tech. (Dairy Technology)
This degree programme offers intensive training in processing of milk and its products, quality control and engineering aspects of dairy processing equipment's.The duration of the B. Tech. (Dairy Technology) is 4 years. The course is given under semester system. One academic year consists of two Semesters each of about 18 weeks duration. The students are given one year in plant Training at Model Dairy Plant located at Institute's premises.
Eligibility for Admission to B.Tech. (Dairy Technology). The eligibility for admission is 10+2 or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English from a Board/University recognised by the Institute. Only those candidates who have obtained at least 60% marks or equivalent G.P.A. in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible for admission to B.Tech. (Dairy Technology).

Post Graduate Programmes
The institute offers M.Sc and M.Tech degree programmes in the following disciplines:Dairy Microbiology, Dairy Chemistry, Dairy Technology, Dairy Engineering, Animal Biochemistry, Animal Biotechnology, Animal Genetics & Breeding, Livestock Production & Management, Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology, Dairy Economics, Dairy Extension Education and Animal Biotechnology.

Duration of the programme and eligibility
The duration of master in Dairying is two years for graduates with four years professional degrees. However, it will be three years for those admitted to Master in Dairy Engineering with a degree of B.Sc./B.Tech.(DT). Candidates having Bachelor's Degree in the concerned field must have obtained at least 60% marks or an overall grade point average (OGPA) of 6.50 out of 10.00 or 3.25 out of 5.00 or 2.60 out of 4.00 (For SC/ST candidates 55% marks or of OGPA of 6.00 out of 10.00, 3.00 out of 5.00 or 2.40 out of 4.00) or a certificate from Registrar of having OGPA equivalent to 60% marks.

Doctoral Programmes
Dairy Microbiology, Dairy Chemistry, Dairy Technology, Dairy Engineering, Animal Biochemistry, Animal Biotechnology, Animal Genetics & Breeding, Livestock Production & Management, Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology, Dairy Economics, Dairy Extension Education .
Eligibility

Candidates having Master's Degree in the relevant field must have obtained at least 60% marks or an overall grade point average (OGPA) of 6.50 out of 10.00 or 3.25 out of 5.00 or 2.60 out of 4.00 (For SC/ST candidates 55% marks of OGPA of 6.00 out of 10.00, 3.00 out of 5.00 or 2.40 out of 4.00) or a certificate from Registrar of having OGPA equivalent to 60% marks.

For detailed information please contact Registrar, NDRI, Karnal. Phone Number: 0184-2259008.

Farmer's Oriented Activities
Institute provides technical advice and guidance to central and state government organizations, cooperative institutions and private entrepreneurs in the development of cattle and dairy industry in India. Dairy Extension Division and Krishi Vigyan Kendra/ (KVK) are engaged to impart training to farmers and entrepreneurs. KVK imparts training to the different clientele comprising of farmers, farm-women, school dropouts, rural youths and village level extension functionaries of district Karnal. In addition, special requests from other areas of the country are also entertained.

Most of the training's of KVK are organized on the philosophy of learning by doing" in important areas like dairy farming, crops including pulses and oil seeds, horticulture, bee-keeping, fisheries and dairy products making. While imparting trainings through KVK, three fundamental principles viz. (i) agricultural production, the prime goal (ii) work experience, the main method of imparting training (iii) weaker section of the society, the main target, are always kept in mind. KVK concentrates its activities within the district in which it is located.

Training Programmes offered by KVK
Animal Husbandry and Dairying Scientific Dairy Farming (5 days)

Artificial Insemination and Veterinary First-Aid (2 months)

Management of Dairy Animals (13 days) Dairy Processing Milk Testing Techniques (5 days)

Milk Products Technology (5 days) Agriculture (Crop Production and Horticulture)

Scientific cultivation of oilseed and pulse crops (3 days)

Agro-techniques in fodder production (3 days)

Orchard planning and its management (5 days)

Commercial cultivation of vegetables and flowers (5 days)

Integrated pest management in cereal crops (3 days)

Home Science Clean milk production (3 days)

Vocational training in preparation of milk based sweets, various ketchup and pickles (5 days)

Entrepreneurship development in fruits and vegetables preservation (5 days)

Training's are also organized in Bee-keeping and Fish Farming for 5 days duration. Training Programmes offered by TTC Dairy Production Planning and management of dairy farms (6 days)

Formulation of economic animal feed and mineral mixture. Bioprocessing of feeds and crop residues (6 days)

Fodder production and its conservation (10 days)

Dairy Processing Milk testing techniques (5 days)

Quality assessment of milk and milk products (8 days)

Basic principles of dairy processing (17 days)

Entrepreneurship development in dairy processing (10 days)

Cheese and coagulated milk products (6 days)

Integrated Training Programme Integrated course in dairy production and dairy processing (10 days)

For organizing special training programmes on request for foreign nationals in various areas of dairying, approval from Govt. of India, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agricultural Research Education (DARE), Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi, India is required.

For further details regarding training programs please contact Head, KVK/TTC, NDRI, Karnal. Phone Number : 2259338

Major Research Achievements
Major research achievements of the Institute are given as under:
Dairy Production

*Two high milk producing strains of cattle, named 'Karan Fries' and 'Karan Swiss' have been developed by crossbreeding followed by selection. These breeds produce currently an average of 12-kg milk per day as compared with the national average of 3 kg. Highest peak yields of 41 and 44 kg have been recorded in Karan Swiss and Karan Fries, respectively.

*A Dairysearch method of sire evaluation has been was developed and used by NDRI farm and other developmental agencies.

*Various cytogenetic techniques have been standardised to detect genetic abnormalities in farm animals. Cytogenetic profile of various breeds of cattle, buffaloes and goats has been elucidated.

*A test has been developed for detection of adulteration of cow milk with buffalo milk.

*A milk replacer has been developed for economic raising of dairy calves and to save milk for human consumption.

*A cure has been developed for treat-ment of Degnala disease in animals.

*World's first buffalo calf 'Pratham' was born through in vitro maturation and in vitro fertilization of buffalo oocytes developed at NDRI.

*Various aspects of embryo transfer technology i.e. superovulation, estrus synchronisation using different hormone combinations in cattle and buffaloes have been developed and standardized.

*Ten calves were produced from a single donor cow in one years time through ETT.

*More than 100 calves (from cows and buffaloes) have been produced through Embryo Transfer Technology at the Institute farm.

*Nutrient requirements of Cattle, Buffalo and Goat for protein and energy with respect to maintenance, growth and milk production have been formulated.

*Several Agro-Industrial byproducts (e.g., apple pomace, Soyapulp, undecorticated cottonfeed cake, deoiled recebran, mohowa cake, salseed meal, whey powder, neem cake etc.) have been evaluated for their utilization in dairy rations.

*Several feed toxins and pollutants (aflatoxins tannins, mimosine, glucosinolates, pesticides etc) have been studied for their adverse effects and measures for their control developed.

*Methane emissions from dairy cattle have been studied and control measures delineated.

*UMMB licks and densified enriched straw blocks have been developed for dairy cattle feeding.

*Male buffalo calf feeding practices have been developed for commercial buffalo meat production.

*Ultrasonography for detection of pregnancy in cows

*A large animal treadmill for cattle and buffaloes which is the only one of its kind in South East Asia has been fabricated with indigenous components for estimating draught efficiency of animals.

*A pneumatic tyred bullock cart 'dynamometer alignment system' to evaluate the physiological parameters such as draught capacity, speed and horsepower during work has been developed at the Institute.

*Technologies have been developed for increasing milk production in lactating cattle and buffaloes to the extent of about 20% by administration of recombinantly derived bovine somatotrophin, without any adverse effect on the composition of milk and reproductive health of the animals.

*A simple platform test for detection of refined mustard oil added to milk at a level higher than 10% of the original milk fat has been developed using specially designed milk butyrometer.

*Semen extender based on milk whey for buffalo semen has been developed.

*A simple diagnostic kit 'PRAMAN' for pregnancy/non‑pregnancy detection in buffaloes on days 22-24 post insemination has been developed. The kits make use of disposable droppers and inexpensive consumables.

*The studies on amino acid transport mechanism in the intestine under nutritional stress have provided basic understanding to the mechanism of natural adaptation.

*The hybridoma technology for the production of monoclonal antibodies has been developed.

*The improved dairy animal feeding, breeding and management practices contributed directly by NDRI Produc-tion Research and Technology Transfer programmes have raised the eco-nomic status of different categories of farmers in and around the Karnal District.

*A simple method using laparoscopy/laparotomy was found to be useful for transferring IVF goat embryos to synchronized recipient goats.

Location

Location:
Karnal is 250 mt. above mean sea level, latitude 29.43 N & longitude 77.2 E.

Air:
Domestic & international flights to & from Indira Gandhi Airport, Delhi are Available.

Rail/Bus:
Karnal is 133 km from Delhi & Institue is 1 km from Railway Station/Bus Stand.

Climatic Information:
Min. Temperature in winter: 10C
Max. Temperature in Summer: 45C
Annual Rainfall: 70 cm

Courses And Departments

Courses Offered by National Dairy Research Institute
Ph.D. in Dairy Extension
M.Sc. in Dairy Extension
B. Tech. in Dairy Extension
B. Tech. in Dairy Economics
M.Sc. in Dairy Economics
Ph.D. in Dairy Economics
Ph.D. in Dairy Microbiology
B. Tech in Dairy Microbiology
M.Sc in Dairy Microbiology
M. Tech in Dairy Microbiology
M. Tech in Dairy Engineering
B. Tech in Dairy Engineering
M.Sc in Dairy Engineering
Ph.D. in Dairy Engineering
Ph.D. in Dairy Technology
M. Techin Dairy Technology
B. Techin Dairy Technology
M.Sc in Dairy Technology
Ph. D. in Dairy Technology
Ph. D. in Animal Biochemistry
M.Sc. in Animal Biochemistry
M.Sc. in Animal Physiology
Ph.D. in Animal Physiology
Ph.D. in Animal Biotechnology
M.Sc. in Animal Biotechnology
M.Sc. in Animal Nutrition
Ph.D. in Animal Genetics & Breeding

The institute has the following Departments:
1. Department of Dairy Chemistry.
2. Department of Economics, Statistics & Management.
3. Department of Dairy Engineering.
4. Department of Dairy Extension.
5. Department of Dairy Microbiology.
6. Department of Dairy Technology.
7. Department of Animal Biochemistry.
8. Department of Computer Centre.
9. Department of Dairy Cattle Breeding
10. Department of Dairy Cattle Nutrition.
11. Department of Dairy Cattle Physiology.
12. Department of Eastern Regional Station, Kalyani.
13. Department of Southern Regional Station, Bangalore.

Courses : B. Tech (Dairy Technology)
The degree program provides intensive and meticulous training in processing of milk and its products, quality control maintenance and technical aspects of dairy processing equipments.

Duration: 4 years.
The course is imparted under semester system. One academic year has two Semesters each of about 18 weeks duration. The students are imparted one year 'in plant Training' at Model Dairy Plant located at Institute's campus.

Eligibility: The eligibility for admission is 10+2 or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English from a recognized Board. Candidates who have obtained at least 60% marks or equivalent in the total of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible for admission to the course.

Post Graduate program in Dairy Technology:
Duration:2 years for those who have completed their graduation in Dairy Technology for 4 years and 3 years for students who have completed their B. sc in other spheres like food technology, pure science Eligibility: B. Tech degree in Dairy Technology with 60% marks or graduation in pure science, food technology,etc with 60% marks.

1. Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology,
2. Dairy Economics,
3. Dairy Microbiology,
4. Dairy Chemistry,
5. Dairy Technology,
6. Dairy Extension Education and Animal Biotechnology.
7. Animal Biochemistry,
8. Animal Biotechnology,
9. Animal Genetics & Breeding,
10. Livestock Production & Management,
11. Dairy Engineering.

The Doctoral programs which allow to conduct extensive research are focused on following topics:
1. Livestock Production & Management,
2. Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology,
3. Dairy Engineering,
4. Animal Biochemistry,
5. Animal Biotechnology,
6. Animal Genetics & Breeding,
7. Dairy Economics, Dairy Extension Education .
8. Dairy Microbiology
9. Dairy Chemistry,
10. Dairy Technology.

Eligibility for Doctorate programs: M.Tech in Dairy Technology with 60% marks.

Detailed information can be obtained from the Registrar, NDRI, Karnal.
Phone Number: 0184-2259008 Many short term training programs are also imparted in NDRI

Dairy Extension Division and Krishi Vigyan Kendra/ Teachers' training Center (KVK/TTC) impart training to farmers and entrepreneurs.

Some of the training programs are as follows :
1. Animal Husbandry and Scientific Dairy Farming (5 days)
2. Home Science and Clean milk production (3 days)
3. Vocational training in preparation of milk based sweets, various ketchup and pickles (5 days)
4. Entrepreneurship development in fruits and vegetables preservation (5 days)
5. Dairy Processing Milk testing techniques (5 days)
6. Quality assessment of milk and milk products (8 days)
7. Basic principles of dairy processing (17 days)
8. Entrepreneurship development in dairy processing (10 days)
9. Cheese and coagulated milk products (6 days)
10. Integrated Training Programs in dairy production and dairy processing (10 days)
11. Artificial Insemination and Veterinary First-Aid (2 months)
12. Agricultural-techniques in fodder production (3 days)
13. Orchard planning and its management (5 days)
14. Commercial cultivation of vegetables and flowers (5 days)
15. Integrated pest management in cereal crops
16. Management of Dairy Animals (13 days)
17. Dairy Processing and Milk Testing Techniques (5 days)

More information on training program can be acquired from Head, KVK,TTC, NDRI, Karnal. Phone Number : 2259338

The facilities which are available in the institute are as follows:
1. Printing Press
2. Exhibition Units and Museum
3. Residential Accommodation for the staff and Student Hostels.
4. Dairy Education
5. Agricultural Technology Information center (ATIC)
6. Artificial Breeding Complex
7. Farm and Maintenance Sections
8. Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Trainers' Training Center
9. Computer Center
10. Dairy Plant, Milk Parlor
11. National Library in Dairying
12. Cattle Yard
13. Embryo Biotechnology Center
14. Animal Biotechnology division
15. Community Centre
16. Health Complex
17. Staff Club
18. Guest House

Courses And Departments

Courses Offered by National Dairy Research Institute
Ph.D. in Dairy Extension
M.Sc. in Dairy Extension
B. Tech. in Dairy Extension
B. Tech. in Dairy Economics
M.Sc. in Dairy Economics
Ph.D. in Dairy Economics
Ph.D. in Dairy Microbiology
B. Tech in Dairy Microbiology
M.Sc in Dairy Microbiology
M. Tech in Dairy Microbiology
M. Tech in Dairy Engineering
B. Tech in Dairy Engineering
M.Sc in Dairy Engineering
Ph.D. in Dairy Engineering
Ph.D. in Dairy Technology
M. Techin Dairy Technology
B. Techin Dairy Technology
M.Sc in Dairy Technology
Ph. D. in Dairy Technology
Ph. D. in Animal Biochemistry
M.Sc. in Animal Biochemistry
M.Sc. in Animal Physiology
Ph.D. in Animal Physiology
Ph.D. in Animal Biotechnology
M.Sc. in Animal Biotechnology
M.Sc. in Animal Nutrition
Ph.D. in Animal Genetics & Breeding

The institute has the following Departments:
1. Department of Dairy Chemistry.
2. Department of Economics, Statistics & Management.
3. Department of Dairy Engineering.
4. Department of Dairy Extension.
5. Department of Dairy Microbiology.
6. Department of Dairy Technology.
7. Department of Animal Biochemistry.
8. Department of Computer Centre.
9. Department of Dairy Cattle Breeding
10. Department of Dairy Cattle Nutrition.
11. Department of Dairy Cattle Physiology.
12. Department of Eastern Regional Station, Kalyani.
13. Department of Southern Regional Station, Bangalore.

Courses : B. Tech (Dairy Technology)
The degree program provides intensive and meticulous training in processing of milk and its products, quality control maintenance and technical aspects of dairy processing equipments.

Duration: 4 years.
The course is imparted under semester system. One academic year has two Semesters each of about 18 weeks duration. The students are imparted one year 'in plant Training' at Model Dairy Plant located at Institute's campus.

Eligibility: The eligibility for admission is 10+2 or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English from a recognized Board. Candidates who have obtained at least 60% marks or equivalent in the total of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible for admission to the course.

Post Graduate program in Dairy Technology:
Duration:2 years for those who have completed their graduation in Dairy Technology for 4 years and 3 years for students who have completed their B. sc in other spheres like food technology, pure science Eligibility: B. Tech degree in Dairy Technology with 60% marks or graduation in pure science, food technology,etc with 60% marks.

1. Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology,
2. Dairy Economics,
3. Dairy Microbiology,
4. Dairy Chemistry,
5. Dairy Technology,
6. Dairy Extension Education and Animal Biotechnology.
7. Animal Biochemistry,
8. Animal Biotechnology,
9. Animal Genetics & Breeding,
10. Livestock Production & Management,
11. Dairy Engineering.

The Doctoral programs which allow to conduct extensive research are focused on following topics:
1. Livestock Production & Management,
2. Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology,
3. Dairy Engineering,
4. Animal Biochemistry,
5. Animal Biotechnology,
6. Animal Genetics & Breeding,
7. Dairy Economics, Dairy Extension Education .
8. Dairy Microbiology
9. Dairy Chemistry,
10. Dairy Technology.

Eligibility for Doctorate programs: M.Tech in Dairy Technology with 60% marks.

Detailed information can be obtained from the Registrar, NDRI, Karnal.
Phone Number: 0184-2259008 Many short term training programs are also imparted in NDRI

Dairy Extension Division and Krishi Vigyan Kendra/ Teachers' training Center (KVK/TTC) impart training to farmers and entrepreneurs.

Some of the training programs are as follows :
1. Animal Husbandry and Scientific Dairy Farming (5 days)
2. Home Science and Clean milk production (3 days)
3. Vocational training in preparation of milk based sweets, various ketchup and pickles (5 days)
4. Entrepreneurship development in fruits and vegetables preservation (5 days)
5. Dairy Processing Milk testing techniques (5 days)
6. Quality assessment of milk and milk products (8 days)
7. Basic principles of dairy processing (17 days)
8. Entrepreneurship development in dairy processing (10 days)
9. Cheese and coagulated milk products (6 days)
10. Integrated Training Programs in dairy production and dairy processing (10 days)
11. Artificial Insemination and Veterinary First-Aid (2 months)
12. Agricultural-techniques in fodder production (3 days)
13. Orchard planning and its management (5 days)
14. Commercial cultivation of vegetables and flowers (5 days)
15. Integrated pest management in cereal crops
16. Management of Dairy Animals (13 days)
17. Dairy Processing and Milk Testing Techniques (5 days)

More information on training program can be acquired from Head, KVK,TTC, NDRI, Karnal. Phone Number : 2259338

The facilities which are available in the institute are as follows:
1. Printing Press
2. Exhibition Units and Museum
3. Residential Accommodation for the staff and Student Hostels.
4. Dairy Education
5. Agricultural Technology Information center (ATIC)
6. Artificial Breeding Complex
7. Farm and Maintenance Sections
8. Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Trainers' Training Center
9. Computer Center
10. Dairy Plant, Milk Parlor
11. National Library in Dairying
12. Cattle Yard
13. Embryo Biotechnology Center
14. Animal Biotechnology division
15. Community Centre
16. Health Complex
17. Staff Club
18. Guest House

N D R I AND ORS Versus GOPAL CHANDER Civil Writ Petition 4185 of 1999

In the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh.

Civil Writ Petition No.4185 of 1999.

Date of decision:28-1-2008

National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal ...Petitioner.
Versus
Gopal Chander and another. ...Respondent.
...
Coram:
Hon'ble Mr. Justice K. C. Puri.
...
Present;
Mr. R.K. Sharma Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr. H. S. Saini Advocate for respondent No.1.
...
K. C. Puri, J.
Judgment.
The petitioner questions the legality of award dated
24.2.1994 passed by respondent No.2, Annexure P3/A, whereby the termination of services of respondent No.1 was set aside and order dated 5.8.1998, Annexure P-8, whereby directions have been issued to the petitioner to compute back wages of respondent No.1 with a further direction to make payment within one month from the date of passing of said order,in this Civil Writ Petition filed under Articles 226/227 of the Constitution of India and seeks quashing of the same.

The background facts sans unnecessarily details are as follows:-

Respondent No.1 Gopal Chander was called for interview for the post of Security Officer on 27/28-3-1989 but was not selected and then on his own request, he was appointed against leave vacancy of
Security Supervisor in the scale of Rs.1400-2300 from 19.4.1989 to 2.5.1989 on purely contractual basis and later on he continued in service with notional breaks for 259 days.

It is further alleged that on a demand notice issued by respondent No.1, the Central Government vide notification dated 3.6.1991 referred the industrial dispute to the Central Government Industrial Tribunal, Chandigarh which decided the matter against the petitioner. The petitioner challenged the award before the Central Administrative Tribunal Chandigarh through Original Application No.989-HR-1994. The learned Tribunal after hearing quashed the award passed by the respondent No.2. During the pendency of the Original Application, respondent No.1 filed an application under Section 33-C(2) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (in short the Act).

The respondent No.2 while ignoring the judgment of the Central Administrative Tribunal passed order under Section 33-C(2) of the Act against the petitioner on 5.8.1998 and directed the petitioner to
compute the back wages of respondent No.1. It has also been pleaded that the petitioner being Research Institute and deemed University would not be covered under the definition of Industry and the post of Security Supervisor on which the petitioner was appointed does not fall within the definition of workman as contained in Section 2(s) of he Act. The case of respondent No.1 squarely falls within the exception clause of Section 2(oo)(bb) of the Act. The respondent No.1 was offered employment only against leave vacancy period. Respondent No.1 contested the claim of the petitioner and it has been denied in the written statement that he was appointed as Security Supervisor on purely contractual basis. He has completed 259 days of service and falls under the definition of workman. He is also entitled to retrenchment compensation and one month's prior notice before termination of his services. When his services were terminated, vacancy was available which is still available. Since he has completed more than 240 days, so the provisions of Section 25F were attracted in his case. The termination of his services is illegal and the petitioner- Institution clearly falls under the provisions of Industry. The Tribunal without any jurisdiction set aside the award of the Labour Court. He had legal right to file application under Section 33-C of the Act.

I have heard arguments of counsel for the parties and have gone through the record of the case.
The workman has completed 240 days and on the
assumption that Section 25F of the Act has not been complied with, the impugned award dated 24.2.1994 was passed. The workman was admittedly working against a leave vacancy. The reasoning given in the
award dated 24.2.1994 is that since no regular person was appointed, as such the services of workman could not be terminated without compliance of Section 25F of the Act. The Apex Court in authority reported as Himanshu Kumar Viyarthi and Ors. Versus State of Bihar and others, JT 1997(4) SC 560 has held termination of services
of temporary employees who were only daily wagers have no right to the posts and their disengagement is not arbitrary. The Division Bench in authority reported as Brij Bhushan Versus Industrial-cum-
Labour Court, Panipat, 1998(3) SCT 17, has been held that it is not necessary for the Courts to refuse relief of reinstatement to an employee who may have got entry in the public service by unlawful or
unfair means.The back door entrant in the service cannot derive the benefit of Sections 25F and 25G of the Act. Similar view was taken by a Division Bench in the following authorities;-

1.The Head Master, Government High School, Behrana Versus Ajit Singh and another, 2003(4) SCT 230.

2.Archana Sharma Versus Presiding Officer, Labour Court, Chandigarh and others, 2007(5) SLR 730.

In Divisional Forest Officer (Social), Hisar Versus
Krishan Kumar and another, Civil Writ Petition No.267 of 2007 decided on 31.8.2007, it has been held in view of authorities reported in Municipal Council, Samrala v. Raj Kumar,(2006)3 SCC 8, State of UP v. Neeraj Awasthi, (2006) 1 SCC 667, Reserve Bank of India v. Gopinath Sharma and another, (2006) 6 SCC 221 and Gangadhar Pillai v. Siemens Ltd., (2007) 1 SCC 533, that Section
25F is not attracted if the case falls under Clause (bb) to Section 2(oo) of the Act. The workman was working against the leave vacancy. He was interviewed for the post of Security Officer but was not selected.

The workman was given post of Security Supervisor against leave vacancy for the period mentioned above. He has completed service of 240 days in the given calendar year, but Section 25F is not attracted as his term of appointment was for a fixed period and in view of Clause (bb) of Section 2(oo), the services of the petitioner could be terminated.

In view of he above discussion, award dated 24.2.1994 vide which the workman has been ordered to be reinstated with full back wages and order dated 5.8.1988 vide which the petitioner has been directed to implement the award stand quashed.

This Civil Writ Petition is disposed of in the manner
indicated above.

( K. C. Puri )
Judge

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