‘Sanjevani Khamar’ organises Training Programs On Goat rearing & Artificial Insemination in Goats for a regular intervals. Already more than 3000 trainees are completed the training only on the Artificial Insemination in Goats & more of them have started practice at field level in all the districts of Westbengal. Now we have started a combined training program by including the Goat rearing in one day basis. It's a huge scope for unemployed youths to become a small entrepreneur on Goat Farming. Because the Goat industries in India are starting to move. New researches & technologies bring the good fortunate for the Goat industries. If you have a passion & the ability of hard work then a good future is waiting for you on Goat Farming.

Features of Training Program On Goat Rearing & Artificial Insemination In Goat---


1. Application form of the training program available at the top of this page, please fill properly.

2. Training fees 1000/- (Rs. One Thousand Only.) applicable for each person. To book your seat please NEFT or RTGS to any of the following Bank accounts:

Sanjevani Khamar, Bandhan Bank, Balarambati Branch, CA A/C no : 10170003390944 IFSC CODE : BDBL0001072


Sanjevani Khamar, The State Bank Of India, Harit Branch, CA A/C no: 34043433125, IFSC CODE: SBIN0007205.

3. Training Program will complete in Air conditioned conference room with the audio-visual facilitation.

4. Lunch & Tiffin available at free of cost.

5. A Book on Goat Farming & Treatment will be given to each trainee at free of cost.

6. It's a certificate course, A certificate will provide to you after completion of the training program.

7. The training schedule will be deliver before 10 days of announced training date.

8. For any enquiries please contact : 09433319796. From 9 AM to 4 PM.


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Technique spread through out Bengal (Hooghly)

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Technique spread to all over Bengal (Coochbehar)