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Best Pastoralist Award Distribution Scheme in the State

Best Pastoralist Award Distribution Scheme in the State

Who benefits?

The pastoralist can make a proposal regarding the significant work done by the individual pastoralists of the state in the field of animal husbandry.

How much benefit

Under this scheme, three state level, two each district level and two each taluka level award to a total of 565 best pastoralists of the state.

Where to get benefits

Office of the Deputy Director of Animal Husbandry, Intimate Animal Improvement Scheme, District Service House-3, 2nd Floor, Block No. 2, Government Press Road, Rajkot.


Scheme application method

Online application on ikhedut portal.

What evidence is needed

Copy of barcoded ration card.

Copy of Government Identity Card (Aadhaar Card / Voter Identity Card).

An example of a rural milk producer co-operative keeping the same number of dairy cattle and filling the milk in the society.

Photos required for animal nutrition, animal shelter etc. as well as hardcopy, farm photos.

A copy of any previous award, prize or testimonial received by the pastoralist.

A copy of the certificate regarding disability of the competent officer if obtained (for the disabled only).

Prizes

District First :  Rs. 15,000 / -

District Second : Rs.10,000 / -

Taluka First : 10,000 / -

Taluka Second : Rs. 5,000 / -

Official Website : Best Pastoralist Award Distribution Scheme in the State

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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