A three day training program for modernization and professionalization of fish farming through cooperative system was recently organized by National Centre for Cooperative Education for Chairmen and Directors of Fishermen’s Cooperatives of India at NCCE, New Delhi for development of their managerial skill.
The 42 participants from different states like Telangana, Odisha, Jharkhand and UP were benefited, informs the press release issued by NCCE. The objective of the program was to improve knowledge and skill of leaders so that they can offer good governance and professional management for their cooperative societies.
The participants were also provided a platform to interact with other participants and discuss the challenges and issues facing their cooperative societies. Different subjects had been incorporated into the program as a training capsule for the Fisheries sector.
Speaking in the training program, Dr. V.K. Dubey, Director NCCE said, the Fisheries sector plays an important role in providing quality fish food on remunerative price and suggested that every society should make a business plan for the upcoming years.
B.K. Mishra, Managing Director FISHCOPFED presented an overview of the role of FISHCOPFED in the development of Fisheries Cooperatives.Ms. Anupama Sood, GM NBCFDC held a session on Schemes and Programs of NBCFDC for Fishermen Cooperatives.
Topics like like Cooperative Principles & Values, Qualities and Function of effective leadership, Cooperative Management, Insurance Schemes for Fishermen Cooperatives Communication Skills etc were discussed by a band of experts.
In his valedictory remarks, Dr. V.K. Dubey, Director, NCCE said the knowledge gained by the participants may be utilized in their societies for better prospect.
Anant Dubey, Assistant Director, NCCE coordinated the program successfully and all the participants highly appreciated the program.