Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) has given employment to unemployed youth in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. employment Took a big step to give. The Khadi and Village Industries Commission through its flagship ‘Honey Mission’ program has distributed bee boxes among the youth. Khadi and Village Industries Commission Chairman Manoj Kumar gave 100 boxes of bees to 10 beneficiaries in Morena district. At the same time, 200 boxes were distributed among 20 beneficiaries in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. Similarly, 300 bee boxes were given to 30 beneficiaries in Jalgaon, Maharashtra.
In response to the Prime Minister’s call for a self-reliant India, the Khadi and Village Industries Commission identified backward and tribal-dominated districts and distributed 600 B-boxes to the beneficiaries. The special thing is that the Khadi and Village Industries Commission also gave 5-day training to the beneficiaries for beekeeping. KVIC Chairman provided guidelines to the competent authorities of KVIC to provide a proper marketing platform. Kumar also directed for development of new guidelines for use of improved methods of honey extraction and bee box transportation along with providing additional necessary tools in addition to the existing tool kit to be provided to the beneficiaries.
be given to retired military officers
While speaking on the occasion, Manoj Kumar praised the initiative and said that involving youth in beekeeping would generate employment at the local level and increase India’s honey production, which is the primary goal of the Honey Mission. This is a great initiative. He said that we have taken another step towards self-reliant India by providing employment to unemployed youth in tribal and backward areas. The Speaker appreciated the women beneficiaries of six SHG groups who work in sensitive and remote areas of the country. He also promised to provide all possible help to these women. Along with this, he also assured the beneficiaries that all the issues raised during the talks would be resolved. He also requested that the benefits of the Honey Mission program should be extended to retired military officers.
thus beneficial to the local people
KVIC Chief Executive Officer Vineet Kumar said that beekeeping is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for ‘self-reliant India’ by promoting local industries to the youth. Beekeeping will not only increase India’s honey production but it will also increase the income of beekeepers. In addition, products such as wax, pollen, propolis, royal jelly and bee venom are marketable and thus beneficial to the local people.
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