National Bee Board Department of Agriculture Cooperation Pawanexh Kohli National Beekeeping Development Board Unorganized Sector SFAC registered National Bee Board under Society Act NBB was reco

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Coordination Management of good beekeeping practices for all apiary products Inclusivity No land ownership required Support to marginal and small farmers including women Negligible investment Sustainability Self multiplication of colonies Entrepre ID: 47452 Download Pdf

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National Bee Board Department of Agriculture & Cooperation
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Pawanexh Kohli National Beekeeping Development Board Unorganized Sector SFAC registered National Bee Board under Society Act, 1860 2000 2006 NBB was reconstituted with Secretary (A&C) as Chairman 1990 1993 2014 Implementing NHM HMNEH Schemes in Beekeeping
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Pawanexh Kohli Chairman Secretary (A&C Vice Chairman Additional Secretary Member Secretary Joint Secretary (NHM) Executive Director Principal Executive Officer of the Board Director (Horticulture) Regular Members (i) Addl Secy Financial Advisor (ii) Horticulture Commissioner (iii) MD, SFAC (iv) ADG (PP), ICAR (v) CEO, KVIC (vi) Chairman, APEDA Nominated member Expert in Apiculture Elected members amongst prominent beekeepers, honey societies and industries
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Pawanexh Kohli NLA Focus Area APEDA Coordination for export of Horticulture Crops CDB TSG for coconut related programmes DASD Development of planting material for spices DCCD Development of planting material for cashew and cocoa DMI Market Agency and monitoring of programs FHEL Feasibility studies and DPRs for integrated cold chain HIL Production of vegetable seeds MANAGE HRD related programmes for field functionaries MFPI Programmes relating to processing of horticulture produce 10 NBB Development of Beekeeping for pollination 11 NCCD Cold chain capacity building
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Pawanexh Kohli Productivity Through pollination of scientific beekeeping. Coordination & Management of good beekeeping practices for all apiary products. Inclusivity No land ownership required . Support to marginal and small farmers including women. Negligible investment. Sustainability Self multiplication of colonies. Entrepreneurship for unskilled labour Formation of FPOs by involving industry, NGOs and Govt. agencies. Technology Transfer through trainings, seminars, and exposure visits. Guidelines from scientific community, AICRP, SAUs, etc. Quality Registration of beekeepers for traceability. Advisories for quality control parameters. Coordination with regulatory authorities for fixation of standards. Marketability Vertical integration of beekeepers, traders and exporters. Horizontal level meetings with different regulatory bodies and exporters.
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Pawanexh Kohli Registration of beekeepers and farmers for traceability purpose. Integrating tribal and fringe communities of forest dwellers into beekeeping Coordination for formulating standards for honey and other bee hive products for domestic and international markets. Ensuring hassle free transportation of bee colonies during migration. Advisories on good beekeeping practices. HRD: Training, seminar, exposure visits, etc. Providing bee boxes, bee colonies, etc. to beekeepers. 3XEOLFDWLRQRI0DJD]LQH%HH:RUOG
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Pawanexh Kohli
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Pawanexh Kohli NHM HMNEH NBB Annual subscription From Member Organizations Registration of Beekeepers Fresh Membership
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Pawanexh Kohli KVIB SHM NBB SFD SAUs AICRP (ICAR) NGOs Industries / Members
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Pawanexh Kohli Component Cost Norm Assistance Pattern Production of nucleus stock (Public sector) Rs 20 00 lakh 100 of the cost ii) Production of bee colonies by bee breeder Rs 10 00 lakh 40 of cost for producing min of 2000 colonies year iii) Honey bee colony Rs 2000 /colony of frames 40 of cost limited to 50 colonies beneficiary iv) Bee Hives Rs 2000 per hive 40 of cost limited to 50 colonies beneficiary v) Equipment including honey extractor frame), food grade container 30 kg), net, including complete set of Bee keeping equipment Rs 20 000 /set 40 of the cost limited to one set per beneficiary Pollination support through beekeeping
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Pawanexh Kohli S.N. Item Cost Norms Pattern of Assistance 1. Training of Farmers Within the State Rs 1000 /day per farmer including transport 100 of the cost ii) Outside the state Project based as per actual 100 of the cost 2. Exposure visit of farmers Within the state ii) Outside the state Project based as per actual 100 of the cost iii) Outside India Rs 00 lakh /participant Project based 100 of air/rail travel Course fee cost to be funded under Mission Management 3. Training/study tour of technical staff/field functionaries Within the state Rs 300 /day per participant plus TA/DA, as admissible 100 of the cost ii) Study tour to progressive States/units (group of minimum participants) Rs 800 /day per participant plus TA/DA, as admissible 100 of the cost iii) Outside India Rs 00 lakh per participant 100 of air/rail travel and course fee cost to be funded under Mission Management Assistance from NBB to farmers for various capacity building programmes under NHM / HMNEH
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Pawanexh Kohli (a) North Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh mellifera (A mel ), Uttarakhand Jammu Kashmir cerana (A cer (b) South Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Pondichery Andman Nicobar,etc cerana (c) East Bihar West Bengal (A mel), Orissa, All North Eeastern States ), Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, cerana (d) West Rajasthan (A mel) Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Goa cerana
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Pawanexh Kohli Increase crop yield through pollination Honeybee produces Honey Nutritious whole food with medicinal property Bees wax More valuable, used in candle, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry Bee venom Used for treatment of arthritis, rheumatic and pains (treatment known as Apitherapy Royal jelly Nutritious, increase vigour and vitality/fertility Bee Pollen Rated as Super Food Propolis Resinous substance uses as gum Honey and hive products source of income to the farm family, helps employment generation BENEFITS FROM HONEY BEE Pollen Royal Jelly
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Pawanexh Kohli DO Selection of good apiary site Selection of good quality bees Proper placement of colonies in apiary Frequent inspection of colonies for hygiene Provision of fresh water in the apiary Dearth period management Care during honey extraction and migration Management of colonies from pests bee diseases Store honey in food grade plastic or stainless steel container DONTs Administering antibiotics to bees Storing honey in tin containers Spraying of insecticide or pesticide in bee flora Fumigation of colonies except when honey is extracted Frequent change of hive sites
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Pawanexh Kohli Production approximately 65 000 MTs of Honey, involving about lakhs beekeepers Year wise and country wise honey export in 2012 13 Country 2012 13 Qty (in tons) Value (Rs. in crores United States 22280 310.00 Saudi Arabia 1384 1.83 UAE 359 0.36 Belgium 228 0.32 EU 376 0.53 Other locations 1153 42.96 Total 25780 356.00
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Pawanexh Kohli State wise data on beekeepers and honey production not available. Beekeepers registered with NBB may be given preference in assistance. Training to be imparted to beekeepers/farmers before extending assistance. Need to maintain separate record of budget spent on beekeeping training Cluster approach to be adopted for beekeeping. Involvement of industry and NGOs. Beekeepers getting benefits to register with NBB. Registration of beekeepers is for five years. Registration form available on NHM website http://nhm.nic.in/NBB/index.html ). Migration of bee colonies to places of more bee friendly flora to be facilitated without difficulties at state borders and check posts in respect of all beekeepers.
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Pawanexh Kohli National Bee Board Department of Agriculture & Cooperation Ministry of Agriculture Government of India

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