Tapsil Jati Adibasi Praktan Sainik Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra

Our Programme


Kirshi Bikash Shilpa Kendra is working in this project Animal Hisbandary is a state of West Bengal since 1991-92 subject and the State Goverment are primarily responsible for the growth of the sector. The Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries has, hower, been operating 30 central Livestock Organizations and allied Instititions for production and distribution of superior germ plasms to the State Goverment for cross breeding and genetic upgradtion of the stocks. Besides, the Department has been Implementing 11 Central sector and Centrally Sponsered Schemes for teh development of requiste infrastructure and supplementing the efforts of the State Goverments for achieving the accelerated growth of Animal Husbandry Sector.

Following are promoted by the Animal Husbandry Division:

Genetic Upgradation: Central Cattle Development Organizations
Other Schemes: Sheep Development, Poultry, Piggery, Fodder Development, Live Stock Health


Krishi Bikash Shipa Kendra is working in this project since 1991-92. The Indian Dairy Industry acquired substantial growth during the 8th Plan, achieving an annual output of over 69 million tones milk. India’s milk output during ther year 2000-2001 was estimated to be 81 million tones and is expected t reach the level of 85 million tones during 2001-2002. This has not only placed the industry first in the world, but also represents sustained growth in the availability of milk and milk products for the burgeoning population of the country. Most important, dairying has become an important secondary source of income for millions of rural families and for millions more, has assumed the most important role in providing employment and income. The per capita availability of the milk has also increased to a level of about 221 g. per day, but this is still very low as compared to developed nation or the world average of 285 g per day. Government of India is making efforts to increase the productivity of milch animal and this increase the per capita availability of milk.

The efforts of the K.B.S.K. Department in the dairy sector are concentrated on promotion of dairy activities in non-operation flood areas with emphasis on building up cooperative infrastructure, revitalization of sick dairy cooperative federation and creation of infrastructure in the States for testing the quality of milk and milk products. For pursuing these objectives, the Department has implemented 4 Schrmes in the dairy sector during 2001-2002.

Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra is the one and only organisation. Operation Flood on integrated dairy development programme, completed its third phase
On April 30, 1996. The main thrust of programme was to consolidate the gains achieved, and to strengthen the dairy cooperative structure for sustainable development of the dairy industry in India.


Under Fisheries Sector Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra is working since 1991- 92. Fisheries sector occupies a very important place in the socio-economic development of the country. Ith has been recognized as a powerful income and employment generator as it stimulates growth of a number of subsidiary industries, and is a source as cheap and nutritioud food besides besides being a foreign exchange earne. Most importantly, it is the source of livelihood for a large section of economically backward population of the country. The main challenges facing fisheries development in the country includes accurate data on assessment of fishery resources and their potential in terms of fish production, development of sustainable technologies for fin and their potential in terms of fish culture, yield optimization, harvest and post-harvest operation, landing and berthing facilities for fishing vessels and welfare of fishermen.


Fishery is a state subject and as such the primary responsibility for development rest with the state Government. The major thrust in fisheries development has been focused on optimizing production and productivity, augmenting export of fishery production and employment and improving welfare of fishermen and their socio-economic status at our organization of K.B.J.S. since 1991-92.

  1. There has been significant growth in fish Production in the country in the recent years. India is now the third largest producer of fish and second largest producer of fresh water fish in the world.
  2. Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra fish production during the year 2002-3 was 63.64 lakh tones comprising 27.78 lakh tones of marine fish and 335.26 lakh tones of inland fish.
  3. A network of 429 Fish Farmers Development Agenceis (FFDS�s) has been set up covering all the potential in the state and for propagating freshwater acuaculture.
  4. With a view to provide technical, financial and extension support to shrimp farmers in the small scale, 39 Brackishwater Fish Farmers Development Agencies (BFDA�s) have been set up in all the coastal States.
  5. Under the CSS for development of infrastructure of marine fisheries the Government of India has sanctioned 6 major fishing harbours,58 minor fishing harbours and 189 fish landing centres. Out of these, 6 major Fishing Harbours, 40 minor Fishing Harbour and 151 Fish landing Centres have been completed and put to use.
The remaining 18 fishing hourbours and 38 fash landing centres are at variour stages of construction. But Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra is working individual under the sceme.

  1. Centrally Sponsored Scheme on Development of Inland fisheries and Aquaculture.
  2. Centrally Sponsored Scheme on Developmwnt of mairne Fisheries, infrastructure and post Harvest Operation.
  3. Centrally Sponsored Scheme Nation Scheme on Welfare of Fishermen.
  4. Centrally Sponsored Scheme on Fisheries Training and Etension.
  5. Centrally Sector Scheme on Strengthening of Database and Information for the Fisheries Sector.


Krishi Bikash shilpa Kendra working in this special scheme of programme since 1991-92. Department of Drinking Water supply (DDWS) is the nidal Department in the ministry or Rural Department (MoRD) In Government of Indian providing scientific, technical and financial assistance to the states in drinking water and sanitation sector. The research and development (R&D) activities are also undertaken in water and sanitation sectors to develop better technologies for improved implementation. Gol�s major intervention in water sector started in 1972-73 through Accelerated Rural water supply programme (ARWSP) for assisting States/UTs to accelerate the coverage of drinking water supply.in1986,the entire programme was given a mission approach with the launch of the Technology mission on Drinking water and Related water Management.

This Technology mission (RGNDWM) in 1991-92.in1999,DDWS was formed under the MoRD to give emphasis on rural water supply had been initiated though sector Reform project later scaled up as swajaldhara in 2002. In sanitation sector Central Rural Sanitation programme, which was introduced in1986, had been restructured, and Total sanitation campaign was launched in 1999 with people centered, and demand driven approach. With sustained intervention, DDWS remains an important institution to support the sate / UTs in serving the rural population with water and sanitation related services all across India.


Krishi Bikash Shilpa Kendra is working in Land Reforms and implementing the programme since 1991-92.

  1. Land Reforms Division
  2. Centrally Sponsored Scheme on Developmwnt of mairne Fisheries, infrastructure and post Harvest Operation.
  3. LRIS Division
  4. Department of Land Resources