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The Milk Revolution in India
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Find out what the Milk Revolution jn India or Operation Flood was all about. Also find out how India emerged as the top dairy producer in the world.

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di please tell us which type of questions come from this chapter in school exam for 11 class .... totally mug up chapter this was
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a year ago
I will be uploading MCQs mainly to give you an idea, otherwise see back Questions from NCERT to get an idea for school exams
White revolution is nothing but the exploitation of cows, Buffalos and other animals for their milk which are denied for their own calf's
Thank you Madam. With the White revolution, we can learn that, the focus and determination makes you reach peaks.
Thanks mam.. buy give me translate into hindi
am a dairy student it's so helpful thanks
Please Make in hindi also mam
  1. Milk in India

  2. Since the Eighth Plan onwards the Indian Dairy Industry has grown quite a lot

  3. Global Milk production statistics 14.6% India United States Russia Germany Pakistan France Brazil China United Kingdom New Zealand 42.3% 12.7% 5.5% 4.7% Rest of the World 4.5% 4.3% 2.5% 3.0% 3.7% 2.3%

  4. The Milk Revolution

  5. In 1969 the National Dairy Development Board in India designed a dairy development programme to lay the foundation for a viable, self-supportive national dairy industry.

  6. 'Operation Flood'

  7. Amul

  8. Dr. Verghese Kurien - The Milk Man Of India

  9. These cooperatives undertake procurement, testing, storage and transport of milk; production of a range of milk products; marketing of milk and milk products

  10. Phase I of Operation Flood

  11. Phase Il of Operation Flood

  12. Phase IlI of Operation Flood

  13. About ten million small farmers in 70,000 villages are earning jointly an incremental income of more than Rs 2000 crore, and more than 60 per cent of the milk procurement for Operation Flood comes from small, marginal farmers and the landless.