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sustainable model

animal husbandary

In rural India, the wealth of the people is gauged on the basis of the number of cattle, buffaloes, sheep, and goats. Therefore, the small and marginal farmers, as well as landless people, will have a small unit of dairy animals and sheep. However, they do not know how to give proper fodder, nor do they employ modern practices of animal husbandry. As part of the training, we give tips on raising dairy animals, sheep, and goats. These courses are generally conducted by animal husbandry experts from the Agriculture and Veterinary Universities. We also have training and demonstration for raising chicken, ducks, rabbits, and pigeons.

land based

About 80% of India’s rural economy depends on agriculture. While the irrigation facilities from canal systems are available for big land lords, the small and marginal farmers need to rely on and learn modern methods of agricultural development. This includes development of soil fertility, proper selection of the seed-taking method, and utilization of timely pest control. There are other recommended practices in dry land farming, such as intercrop, horti- agriculture, silvi pasture, and integrated farming. For a small land holder, it has been found that grafting of pedigree varieties of fruit bearing plants is more beneficial. As part of the training, different kinds of grafting are taught.

Dry land agriculture farming systems are taught at Carmel Campus. Different types of irrigation such as drip, pot, sprinkler, and flooding, and a variety of kitchen gardening and seed production methods are demonstrated. Training on manufacture of bio fertilizers, vermiculture, mushroom culture, tissue culture, and farmyard manure is imparted. We also teach about different varieties of fodder for the purpose of sheep rearing and dairy. In terms of water management, we teach land reclamation practices, with water ways, contour bunding, and water harvesting ponds. There is also a tissue culture laboratory for experimenting, and mass production of different plant species.


1) Cottage Industries
  1.  Candle
  2. Soap powder
  3. Phenyl
  4. Lamination (sticker and Chemical)
  5. Photo frames
  6. Liquid Soap
  7. Screen printing
  8. Bible Covers
  9. Sanitizers
  10. Herbal hair shampoo
  11. Tie and die
  12. Handicrafts
  13.  Imitation Jewellery
  14.  Stitching masks
  15. Bags/Purses/Aprons
  16. Food Preservation 
  17. Bakery
  18.  Juice/Jam
  19. Snacks/pickles
2) Workshop
  1. Welding
  2. Fabric painting
  3. Electrical wiring
  4. Footwear
3) Land-based technologies 
  1. Kitchen gardening
  2. Grafting
  3. Vermi-Compost
  4. Organic farming
4) Animal Husbandry
  1. Cows, buffaloes
  2. Rams, sheep,
  3. Chicken, ducks, Kadaknath, Brooding system
  4. Piggery
  5. Kennel
  6. Organic goat milk soaps
5) Services
  1. Plumbing
  2. Electrician
  3. Tiles laying
  4. Pest controlling 

6) Solar light fixing
7) Beautician Training