National Centre for Cooperative Education recently conducted a three day Leadership Development Program for Chairmen / Directors of Fishermen’s Cooperatives of India at, New Delhi. The objective was to develop their managerial skill.
40 participants from different states like Telangana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha attended the program.
The participants were provided with a platform to interact with and discuss issues relevant to their organizations.
Various subjects had been incorporated and tailored into a training capsule for the Fisheries sector.
V.K. Dubey, Director NCUI inaugurated the program. In his remarks on the occasion, he said the Fisheries sector is playing an important role in providing quality fish food on remunerative prices and suggested every society should make a business plan for the upcoming years and keep reviewing it.
During the course. B.K. Mishra, Managing Director FISHCOPFED presented an overview of the role of FISHCOPFED in the development of Fisheries Cooperatives.
Experts and faculty members held sessions on schemes for Fishermen Cooperatives and Innovative methods for Fish farming, discussing. Cooperative Principles & Values, Qualities and Function of effective leadership, Types & Style of Cooperative Leaders.
Issues such as Insurance schemes for fisheries cooperatives, Cooperative law and Management, Modern Techniques in Fish Farming, Insurance Schemes for Fisheries Cooperatives etc are also discussed in the training.
In his valedictory address, Dr. V.K. Dubey, Director, NCCE said the knowledge gained by the participants be could be utilised in their societies for better management of things. Priyank Singh, Assistant Director, NCCE coordinated the program. The participants were all praise for the program.