National Centre for Cooperative Education [NCCE] conducted a Leadership Development Programme for Chairmen and Directors of Fishermen’s Cooperatives of India at New Delhi. More than thirty participants from different states like Telangana, Maharashtra, M.P., U.P. & Manipur attended the programme.
The objective of the programme was to develop Leadership quality of the participants so that they can provide good governance and professional management of their cooperative societies. The participants were also provided a platform to interact with one another. The participants discussed the challenges facing cooperative societies. It was bespoke training capsule for the Fisheries sector.
Inaugurating the event, Dr. V.K. Dubey, Director NCUI said, the Fisheries sector is playing an important role in providing quality fish food on remunerative prices and suggested that every society should make a business plan for the upcoming years.
B.K. Mishra, Managing Director FISHCOPFED presented a detailed overview of the role of FISHCOPFED for the development of Fisheries Cooperatives in the country.
During the programme, a gamut of issues related to the fisheries’ sector were discussed threadbare. The issues discussed included innovative methods for fish farming, cooperative principles & values, qualities, insurance schemes for fisheries cooperatives etc.
In his valedictory remarks, Dr. V.K. Dubey, Director, NCCE said the knowledge gained by the participants could be utilized in their societies for better prospects. Anant Dubey, Assistant Director, NCCE coordinated the programme.