Milk Vita job Circular 2022 Publish. The initiative to develop a factory-base dairy industry in Bangladesh take in 1946. Milk sold at nominal prices in the Pabna-Sirajganj district, so dairymen identifie Calcutta as a market and brought machinery to set up a dairy in the Lahiri Mohanpur area. Intention to set up an all India organization named “National Nutrition Company” in Sirajganj district. Although the establishment of the factory was starte in 1947, the initiative stop due to the division of the country. Later in 1948, Mr. Mukhleshur Rahman took ownership of the factory in exchange of his own assets. The factory was rename “Eastern Milk Products” and construction complete in 1952. Dairy products like milk, ghee, butter etc. are produce from the factory and market as Milk Vita on a small scale in Calcutta city. Check Milk Vita job Circular 2022 and apply.
In 1966, the company brought under co-operative management and an initiative take to form a Co-operative Primary Milk Producers’ Society and the old name “Eastern Milk Producers Co-operative Union Limite”. chakrirkbr.com The factory was occupied. Co-operative marketing societies also failed to improve the financial condition of both the institutions. The two companies conducted production and marketing activities on a limited scale for some time, but due to lack of proper management and financial cooperation, the production and marketing activities of the two factories ceased in the early 1970s. Check Milk Vita job Circular 2022 and more information below.
Milk Vita job Circular 2022
- Number of posts: 61
- Deadline: 4 October 2022
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The great architect of independence, the true friend of the farmer-labourer, the voice of the toiling masses, the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, immediately after independence, established a dairy with its own production area for the development of the fortunes of the toiling people, fair price of the milk produced by the farmers and the supply of safe and hygienic milk to the consuming class of the city. He gave directions to develop India’s dairy industry following a “radical” approach to meet the demand. As a result, in 1973, with the help of the United Nations Development Organization (UNDP) and Denmark’s international development agency Danida, two consultants, Mr. Castrop and Mr. Nelson respectively, studied the dairy industry in this country to determine the method of solving the milk crisis to meet the nutritional needs of the people of the country.
Considering the recommendations of the two studies, Bangladesh Government adopted a dairy industry development project in 1973 named Cooperative Dairy Project in the new area by paying off the debts of the two previous factories. jobpaperbd.com In order to protect the interests of milk producing farmers and increase milk production, factories were set up in five dairy areas of the country with the help of a loan of 13.12 crores from the government to implement the following two basic ideals. Later the name was changed to “Bangladesh Milk Cooperative Union Limited” in 1977.