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BANGALORE URBAN AND RURAL MILK PRODUCERS DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES UNION LIMITED. (Bamul - Bangalore Dairy) The garden city turned into the silicon capital of India has made rapid strides in dairy activity. From 50,000 Litres a day 4 decades back under UNICEF, today it is a 8 Lakh Litres/ Day, State-of- the- art plant expandable to 10 Lakh Litres/ Day. It covers 12 talukas with more than 1845 Societies functioning. Hoskote on the out skirts of the city boasts of a 1.5 LLPD chilling plant, capacity comparable to many dairies in the State. A new dairy of capacity 2LLPD is also being commissioned here. It has chilling centers at Anekal-0.60 TLPD, Byrapatna-0.60 TLPD, D.B.Pura-0.60 TLPD, Vijayapura-1.00 TLPD, Solur-0.60 TLPD, Hosakote-1.50 TLPD, Kanakapura-0.60 TLPD with total capacity of 550 TLPD. There are 121 Bulk Milk Coolers and 479 Automatic Milk Collection and Community milking parlor-23 units in the union The union procures on an AVG of 9.55 lakh kgs/day of milk and sells 7.52 lakh liters/day
Speciality of the Union: Fully computerized Dairy with no human handling of milk with the distinction of having highest procurement and highest sale of milk by any dairy in Karnataka. The Bangalore Urban & Rural District Milk Producers' Co-operative Societies Union Limited (Bamul) Dr.M.H.Marigowda Road, Dharmaram College Post BANGALORE-560 029. Karnataka. Phone: 080-25536261 /25096200/ 25536968/ 25536234/ 25521695 Fax: 080-25536234 E-mail: email@example.com WOMEN EMPOWERMENT STEP
Support to Training and Employment Programme (STEP) for Women was launched by the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India, as one of the measures to ensure well being of women in the traditional informal sector in the year 1986 and advocates the objective of extending training for upgradation of skills and sustainable employment for women through a variety of action oriented projects which employ women in large numbers. The Concept : The Programme of STEP aims to make a significant impact by upgrading skills and providing employment to women on a project basis by mobilising women in viable groups, improving skills, arranging for productive assets, creating backward and forward linkages, improving /arranging for support services, providing access to credit and awareness generation programmes in gender sensitization, nutrition education, legal literacy and sensitization of project functionaries. Thus STEP advocates a package of inputs aiming at the integrated development of poor women in traditional sectors. The ultimate endeavour of the project is to develop the group to thrive on a self sustaining basis in the market place with the minimal Governmental support and intervention after the completion of project period. Objectives: To organize exclusive Women Dairy Cooperatives and to take up employment cum income generation activities. To provide need based and extensive training for skill upgradation.
Mobilizing women in formation of Self Help Groups as a tool for income generating activity and for easy access to credit. Provide support services, backward and forward linkages and improving employment conditions of women. Creating awareness through designed programme. Confidence building among women and to generate leadership qualities. KMF & STEP Project : Karnataka Milk Federation(KMF) initiated the STEP Programme in Karnataka from October 1997. Since then, KMF has organized 800 Women Dairy Cooperative Societies(WDCS) in three Phases and in Phase IV converted 250 WDCS organized prior to the advent of STEP into STEP WDCS. In addition to these in the year 2007, the Government of India has approved two more Phases – Phase V for organizing of 200 new WDCS and Phase VI for bringing the 200 existing WDCS into the fold of STEP. Thus 1450 WDCS are sanctioned by Government of India(till Jan’09 WDCS are 1189) at a total outlay of Rs.3974.64 lakh and has released till January-2009 Rs.2686.10 lakh. Each WDCS gets a grant of approximately Rs.2.50 to 3.00 lakh for establishment, management and for granting interest-free loan for purchasing milch animals. The share of Government of India is 90% and implementing agency i.e. KMF and its Member Milk Unions share is 10%. Target Group : The KMF is implementing STEP Scheme through its 13 Member District Milk Unions. The District Milk Unions form the STEP Core Team which through Bench Mark Survey identifies the Target Group Members that include the marginalized, assetless, wage labourers, women headed households, migrant labourers, tribals and other dispossessed rural women. Thus the beneficiaries in the project will be poor or assetless marginalized women with special focus on SC/ST households, woman headed households and families below poverty line. The main features of the STEP Scheme is Training, Providing margin money conducting Awareness Generation Programme at village level and visit to Amul in Anand,Gujarat. The STEP WDCS also carries out programme for the benefit of rural women, apart from milk procurement, milk marketing and providing technical input for their members Health & Nutrition Programme: To provide intensive knowledge to all the members of the society for welfare of their family members in terms of health and hygiene, balanced food, mother
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3 to 4 one day shibiras were conducted. eradication of dogmatic social customs and rituals and prevention of malnutrition. safe drinking water. authorities to approach in case of domestic violence.000/. Directors and Members of the Dairy Cooperatives for emulating the good features from Amul Societies into their societies as it is said "seeing is believing".to Rs.6. Amul Visit: The visit to world famous Amul Dairy in Anand. Hence.000/-) for purchasing milch animals to uplift their economic conditions.is provided to Target Group Members (earlier it was Rs.000/. usage of locally available vegetables.000/. harassment etc. preventive measures for diseases. • • Legal Literacy Programme: Legal Literacy Programme is conducted at village level with the assistance of eminent advocates particularly lady advocates who are taken to the village to impart awareness on rights of women in property.5.000/-. Financial institutions demand at least 20% of margin money from each beneficiary.is provided as an interest-free loan to 15 members in Phase-V & 12 members in Phase-IV which remain as a revolving fund with the dairy cooperatives and enable the society to extend margin • • • • • • . Gujarat is arranged for the Presidents. demonstration of infant and young child nutritious food preparation from the locally available materials. Know-how regarding agencies working for the welfare of women and the financial assistance available from Government agencies is provided to create self-sustaining ability in women folk. Police Stations. Rs. prevention of dowry.and child health care. The beneficiary is economically weak may not afford to pay margin money. The visits are arranged to Courts. 3 to 4 one day shibiras are conducted in each WDCS with a financial assistance of Rs. Tahsildar Offices and Banks to acquaint themselves regarding the working of these institutions.5.3. Margin Money: Margin money of Rs. 3 to 4 one day shibiras were conducted along with one day shibira for male orientation for the husbands of the women members to sensitize them regarding multifarious problems faced by women and to enlist their cooperation in running institutions managed by women.8. Gender Sensitization Programme: This programme is conducted to sensitize women members in gender differences and to promote girl child education on par with male child and widow re-marriages. vaccination.
Thus Rs. The Nandini Self-Help Groups which are centers of empowerment are working for the socio-economic development of rural women. The dairy co-operatives were established under the ANAND pattern in a three tier structure with the Village Level Dairy Cooperatives forming the base level. In this way 1375 SHGs are formed with a savings of Rs. who have seen little beyond their immediate work at home. Operation Flood II & III.33 lakhs. The first ever World Bank funded Dairy Development Program in the country started in Karnataka with the organisation of Village Level Dairy Co-operatives in 1974.is provided to each society. . One of the core functions of the Federation is marketing of Milk and Milk Products. their farm and the village.000/. processing and marketing of milk and the Karnataka Milk Federation as the Apex Body to co-ordinate the growth of the sector at the State level. • • ABOUT US-company profile Karnataka Cooperative Milk Producers' Federation Limited (KMF) is the Apex Body in Karnataka representing Dairy Farmers' Co-operatives.475. KMF has 13 Milk Unions throughout the State which procure milk from Primary Dairy Cooperative Societies(DCS) and distribute milk to the consumers in various Towns/Cities/Rural markets in Karnataka.money benefit to rest of the Target Group Members of the WDCS on continuous basis. In South India it stands first in terms of procurement as well as sales. The positive intervention by KMF with the help of Government of India is resulting in slow emergent of movement of rural women. • • Self-Help Groups: Another important feature of WDCS is promotion of Self-Help Groups(SHG) by its Target Group Members. the District Level Milk Unions at the middle level to take care of the procurement. It is the second largest dairy co-operative amongst the dairy cooperatives in the country.75.000 to Rs. The Brand "nandini" is the household name for Pure and Fresh milk and milk products. The AMUL pattern of dairy co-operatives started functioning in Karnataka from 1974-75 with the financial assistance from World Bank. STEP Programme implementation proposes formation of at least one Self-Help Group.60. The aim is to enhance women’s bargaining power as members of the society by increasing their access and control over household and community resources.
70 LLPD / Curd:2. in its study on the effect of Co-operative dairying in Karnataka. both within and outside the State. While the marketing of all the Milk Products is organized by KMF.40 Lacs Avg. all the Milk and Milk products are sold under a common brand name NANDINI.10 LLPD 2601 767 4542.Observations The World Bank.Cror es 9505 0 220 0.46.90 World Bank Study .43.Coordination of activities among the Unions and developing market for Milk and Milk products is the responsibility of KMF.00 Peak Proc.Lakh s Rs.00 Dairy Co-operatives Membership Avg. has pointed out that : . Surplus/deficit of liquid milk among the member Milk Unions is monitored by the Federation.49(N ov'11) LKPD 28. THE GROWTH PROCESS The growth over the years and activities undertaken by KMF is summarised briefly hereunder: KEY ITEMS 197 6-77 Nos Nos 416 3700 0 5000 0 2011-2012(Up to Dec'11) 12869 REGED / 11489 Funct 21. Milk Procurement Kgs/da y Milk Sales Cattle Feed Consumed Daily Payment to Farmers Turnover Lts/day Kgs/DC S Rs.63 LKPD / Good life 2. Marketing Milk in the respective jurisdiction is organized by the respective Milk Unions.
• The villages with Dairy Co-operative Societies are much better off than those without. Women who had no control on the household income have better control in terms of Milk Money. for further strengthening the Dairy Development Activities in Karnataka with an outlay of Rs. • • • • PERSPECTIVE PLAN 2010 After the closure of OF-III project.250 Crores. There is a positive impact on those at the lower end of the economic ladder both in terms of landholding and caste. Consequent to the announcement of new lending terms and conditions by NDDB through an evolution of an action plan . Government of Karnataka and NDDB signed an MOU during February 2000. A single commodity ? MILK? has acted as a catalyst in the change in the SocioEconomic impact of the rural economy. The families with dairy cattle are economically better than those without dairy cattle.Perspective 2010 to enable the dairy cooperatives to face the challenges of the increased demand for milk and milk products by focusing efforts in the four major thrust areas of .
Rajanakunte & Gubbi Ksheera Bhavana Conventional Hall at Hassan Raw Material Godown facility – 5000 Ton capacity at Dharwad Raw Material Godown facility – 3000 Ton capacity at Gubbi Raw Material Godown facility – 1000 Ton capacity at Rajanukunte 7 Lakh UHT Milk storage cap.1 Projects undertaken by KMF / Union budget: UHT Milk Plant – 1 LLPD at Channarayapatna 100 Ml UHT Milk packing facility at Channarayapatna UHT Milk Packing Plant at Kumbalgodu for MANMUL – 100 TLPD Boiler installation at CFP’s – Dharwad.9 II 2. Managing Quality and building a National Information Network.8 1.5 1.4 1.6 1. the Govt. I 1. FUTURE VISION To consolidate the gains of Dairying achieved in the state of Karnataka and with a view to efficiently chill.1 1. 2004. Enhancing Productivity.Strengthening the Cooperatives.2 1. plans are under implementation. of Karnataka and NDDB on 10th Nov.3 1. Godown at Channarayapatna Projects under planning stage Ice Cream Plant at Bellary – 10000 Ltr per day capacity 10 crore Valu e 10 crore 3 crore 12 crore 80 lakh 680 lakh 450 lakh 220 lakh 110 lakh 230 lakh . of Karnataka through KMF has proposed to undertake several projects with financial and technical support of NDDB for which an MOU was signed between Govt.7 1. process and market ever developing and increasing milk procurement with an utmost emphasis on the Quality and in the process conserve the socio-economic interests of rural milk producers.
refrigeration and Milk packing capacity enhancement Mineral Mixture Plant at Dharwad CFP Projects undertaken by NDDB Under PERSPECTIVE PLAN 30 MTPD Powder Plant at Channarayapatna 178 lakh 15 Crore 15 Crore 45 crore 1 crore 3.S.3 1.3 2.S. Hesaragatta Creation of infrastructure facilities in Training Centers at Dharwad.7 3.Creation of new Cold room.2 2.2.2 3.02 crore 150 Lakh 150 Lakh 295 lakh 100 lakh 40 Lakh 3. Mysore and Bangalore Fodder Densification Projects at Chamarajanagar..4 3.4 2 .3 III 3.1 69.5 3.Durga Bijapur Dairy – New Cold room. packing facility and Milk handling capacity enhancement from 50 KLPD to 100 KLPD Creation of Bio-Security measures at N.8 IV 4. Haveri & C.1 Nandini Milk Product Plant modernization Project Nandini Milk Packaging Plant expansion Project Nandini Milk Packaging Plant expansion Project Projects undertaken by KMF Under GOK Grant / RKVY Assistance Cattle Feed Plant – 300 MTPD at Shikaripura Bidar Mini Dairy – Creation of Milk Packing facility to cater Hyderabad region market demand Gulbarga Dairy .6 3.
MANDYA DAIRY .6 6 crore 11.5 LLPD to 4 LLPD with flexi packing facility SHIMUL .8 7 crore 10.3 5 crore 19.2 4 LLPD – 7 LLPD expansion and modernization of Mother Dairy CFP Gubbi Expansion ( 348.29 lakh)CFP Hassan expansion form 100 to 200 TPD (443.1 1 4. refrigeration for 5 LLPD.4 4.11 lakh) Ice cream Plant expansion at Mother Dairy ( 265.1 0 crore 26 crore 27.Dairy expansion from 2.1 0 4.11 lakh) Cattle Feed Plant – 300 MTPD at Hassan Cattle Feed Plant at Ramanagara District in place of Chellagatta (Project at Chellagatta is approved by NDDB and later on desired to have alternate site as chellagatta site is not suitable due to various constraints) HASSAN DAIRY – New processing facility (1. pasteurizer etc.3 4.6 17. CBMM.crore 4.1 3 crore 19.2 9 crore 4.7 4.5 8 crore 37 crore 4.25 LLPD to 4.5 LLPD (in 2nd Phase) BAMUL .9 4.Bangalore Dairy – New Product Block Hosakote Dairy D K M U L .2 6 crore 53.2 LLPD to 3 LLPD) and Training MYSORE DAIRY – 3 T boiler.25 LLPD TUMKUR DAIRY – 1 LLPD – 2 LLPD (1st Phase) Upto 3.8 4.1 .New Dairy at Davangere 20.5 61.5 4.Mangalore Dairy Expansion from 2.
Bangalore. • • .2 4.Gulbarga. GOK is providing financial assistance for strengthening Dairy Development infrastructure facilities at Northern Karnataka milk unions jurisdiction which will also redress regional imbalance as per Dr. Nandini Milk Products. Yelahanka.M'lore.00 per litre as incentive to the milk producer from 2008-09 onwards. Marathhalli. Central Training Institute. KMF Complex. 2. Cattle Feed Plants at Rajanukunte/Gubbi/Dharwad/Hassan. To support Milk Producers of DCS members GOK is providing an amount of Rs. Channarayapatna.2. UNITS OF KMF KMF has the following Units functioning directly under its control: • • • • • Mother Dairy.Tirupathi & Kannur.Bangalore & Traning Institutes at Mysore/Dharwad.Mysore. dairy productivity and rural employment. Nandini Sperm Station (formerly known as Bull Breeding Farm & Frozen Semen Bank) at Hessaraghatta. Sales Depots at B'lore.1 3 Quarantine station strengthening under NDDB-KMF PTS Project 2 crore 17 lakh Other GOK Financial Support: 1. To ensure prosperity of the rural Milk producers who are ultimate owners of the Federation.Hubli. Milk Product Plant. Pouch Film Plant at Munnekolalu. Bangalore. Vision • • • • To march forward with a missionary zeal which will make KMF a trailblazer of exemplary performance and achievements beckoning other Milk Federations in the country in pursuit of total emulation of its good deeds. Nanjundappa's report. To promote producer oriented viable cooperative society to impart an impetus to the rural income.
the complex network of cooperative organisation should build a bridge between masses of rural producers and millions of urban consumers and in the process achieve a socioeconomic revolution in every hinterland of the State. give a fillip to the income of milk producers. To build & develop village level institutions as cooperative model units to manage the dairy activities. at the same time facilitate wholesome milk at reasonable price to urban consumers'. MISSION • • Heralding economic. employing professionals.introducing cash economy and opportunity for a sustained income. To sum it up. every activity of KMF revolves around meeting one basic objective: 'Achieve economies of scale to ensure maximum returns to the milk producers. Ultimately. To ensure provision of inputs for milk production. social and cultural prosperity in the lives of our milk producer members by promoting vibrant. To facilitate rural development by providing opportunities for self employment at village level. • • • • . The philosophy of dairy development is to eliminate middlemen and organise institutions to be owned and managed by the milk producers themselves. preventing migration to urban areas. To compete with MNCs and Private Dairies with better quality of milk and milk products and in the process sustain invincibility of cooperatives. To develop business acumen in marketing and trading disciplines so as to serve consumers with quality milk. self-sustaining and holistic cooperative dairy development in Karnataka State Objectives KMF is a Cooperative Apex Body in the State of Karnataka representing organisations of milk producers' and implementing alround dairy development activities to achieve the following objectives: • To ensure assured and remunerative market round the year for the milk produced by the farmer members.• • To abridge the gap between price of milk procurement and sale price. To make available quality milk and other premier dairy products to urban consumers. processing facilities and dissemination of know how.
Karnataka Dairy Development Corporation (KDDC) was formed. The processing facilities i. Thirteen milk unions are organized in 175 talukas of all 20 districts then and the field work was extended by organizing more dairy cooperative societies. Veterinary Services. the company grew itself fast and as it spreads the wings of new found rural economic activity . Eight southern districts of Karnataka was considered initially with a target of organizing 1800 Dairy Co-operative Societies. Liquid Nitrogen Supply. Organisation Chart . four Milk Unions and processing facilities were set up to the tune of 6. distribution of milk and also establishment of Cattle Feed Plants.as its main stay. Under Operation Flood . evolved itself as a premier and most profitable dairy farmers' organization in the State of Karnataka. Procurement of milk in two shifts of the day. chilling centers.5 lakhs per day by 1984.II &III. The entire system was reconstructed on the model of now well known `ANAND' pattern dairy cooperative societies. Nandini Sperm Station. / Zilla Panchayat and NDDB to handle ever increasing milk procurement without declaring milk holidays. Additional processing facilities were created & existing facilities augmented every decade with the help of Govt. As an agency in 1975 to implement the World Bank Aided Dairy Development Projects. project which started in 1984 & 1987 covered the remaining parts of Karnataka. milk dairies and powder plants were transferred in phases to the administrative control of respective cooperative milk unions and the activities continued to be implemented by these District Organisations. Processing of milk. Milk Routes. The processing facility as exists at 32.25 lakh liters/day is further strengthened.e.Evolution Karnataka Milk Federation which is most popular as KMF.Dairying all over the State. Chilling. the genesis of apex cooperative body took the shape of KMF in 1983 encompassing entire State with 13 District Co-operative Milk Unions executing the various parameters of Dairy activity organization of Dairy Co-operatives. Training Centres .
A.The organization is three tiered on Co-operative principles. C. various functional Units & Unions are performing the assigned tasks to ensure fulfilment of organisation objectives. KMF. Dairy Co-operative Societies at grass root level.SOMASEKHARA REDDY CHAIRMAN KARNATAKA MILK FEDERATION . B. Under the direction of elected boards. SRI G. All above three are governed by democratically elected board from among the milk producers.Milk Federation at State level.District Co-operative Milk Unions at single / multi district level.
D.NAGARAJU KOLARCHIKKABALLAPURA UNION H.V.CHANDRU MANDYA UNION MARUTHI KASHAMPURA P.P.NAGARAJU GULBARGA-BIDAR UNION BANGALORE UNION .REVANNA G.REVANASIDDAPPA HASSAN UNION SHIMOGA UNION K.H.J.
K.SADANANDA GOWDA DK-MANGALORE UNION NOMINATED DIRECTOR .RENUKA PRASAD SATHISH KESHAV BHAT TUMKUR UNION DHARWAD UNION MALLIKARJUNA SHANKARAPPA SANJAY GOWDA R PATIL JAGURA BELGAUM UNION BIJAPUR-BAGALKOTE UNION RAVIRAJ HEGDE D.H.V.
N.VENKATARAMU MANAGING DIRECTOR.D.MANJULA. ASWATHNARAYANA MANGALADEVI BIRADAR NOMINATED DIRECTOR NOMINATED DIRECTOR S.M.M.ASHOK MYSORECHAMARAJANAGAR UNION SMT. KMF PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOK AH&F S. IAS DR.G.IAS RCS SRI. GOK B S KHANNA GM.HEGDE.DAS DIRECTOR AH&VS DEP.E. NDDB Executives KMF Officers .C.
VENKATARAMU . KMF Name DR.KUMARA SWAMY VAKHEEL-URRAHMAN DR.C) JOINT DIR(U/R 441). COOP AUDIT I/C ADNL DIR (ADMN) Place of working KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO KMF CO .DR.BERNARD EARNEST DR.NATRAJ K.N.SUDHAKAR SURESH G MUDDEBIHAL K.HEGDE B.NARASIMHA REDDY D.N.VENKATA RAMU A.M. KCAS V.SRINATH T.RAJESHWAR Designation MANAGING DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR (FIN) DIRECTOR (MARKETING) DIRECTOR (AH) ADNL DIR (STEP) ADNL DIR (ADMIN) ADNL DIR (FIN) ADNL DIR (MKT) ADNL DIR (CF) ADNL DIR (AH) ADNL DIR (R&D/Q.PREMANATH C.ASHOK KUMAR.N.N.MANAGING DIRECTOR .D.H.M.S.S.BHISE DR.S.
HAMPALI BUKKA MALLIKARJUNA Designatio n M. LAKSHMAN REDDY SURESH KULKARNI G.K.P DR.D M.D M.D M.D M.D M.GOPAL CHENNAKRISHNAIAH RANGANATH.GURULINGAIAH DR.D.D M.D M.D M.V. B.T.D M.RAMACHANDRA BHAT KASHIMATH P. SURESH BABU RAVIKUMAR KAKADE JANARDAN REDDY DR.UNION CHIEFS Name DR.D M.T.D Place of working BANGALORE MILK UNION TUMKUR MILK UNION KOLARCHIKKABALLAPURA MILK UNION BELGAUM MILK UNION HASSAN MILK UNION MANDYA MILK UNION MYSORECHAMARAJNAGAR DAKSHINA KANNADA RAICHUR-BELLARYKOPPAL DHARWAD MILK UNION BIJAPUR-BHAGALKOT SHIMOGA MILK UNION GULBARGA MILK UNION UNIT CHIEFS .D M.D M.
VIJAYKUMAR Mile Stones • Designat ion DIR DIR A.D G.N.C.NESVI D.B.M KEMPEGOWDA K.D I/C J. HASSAN NANDINI MILK PRODUCTS NANDINI PACKAGING FILM PLANT TRAINING CENTRE.M G.D G.RAMESH K. MYSORE TRAINING CENTRE.M GM J.BELLUNKI B. DHARWAD GULBARGA DAIRY 1955 First Dairy in Karnataka set up at Kudige.SUBBASWAMY K.MAHESH DR. DHARWAD CATTLE FEED PLANT.M Place of working MILK PRODUCT PLANT.S C. Kodagu Dist. R. RAJANUKUNTE CATTLE FEED PLANT. GUBBI CATTLE FEED PLANT.N.5 lakh ltrs.V.N. per day liquid milk processing facility • • a) Set up at Bangalore b) Expansion date • 1974 .Name H.M G.M G.VIVEK SHASHIDHAR T.V JAGANNATHA RAO DR.S.CHANNARAYAPATNA MOTHER DAIRY NANDINI SPERM STATION CATTLE FEED PLANT. MAHADEVAIAH P.RAMAKRISHNA REDDY C.M I/C G. • 1965 Biggest Dairy in Karnataka with 1.
• 1974 Karnataka Dairy Development Corporation (KDDC) is born. • 1984 Operation Flood-II implemented. • 1975 First Spear Head Team is positioned. • 1980 Karnataka Milk Products Limited established. Mandya. • 1975 First registration of Milk Producers' Co-operative Society. • 1975 Government dairies transferred to KDDC. • 1983 Corporate brand name‘Nandini' given. • • • 1983 a) First Cattle Feed Plant commissioned at Rajanukunte b) Capacity Expanded from 100MT to 200 MT • 1984 Nandini Sperm Station (formerly known as Bull Breeding Farm & Frozen Semen Bank) Commissioned.World Bank aided Karnataka Dairy Development project implemented. . • 1982 First Milk product dairy started at Gejjalagere. • 1976 First registration of Union.
Belgaum and Mangalore transferred to district milk unions. Dharwad.Gejjalagere.• 1984 Karnataka Milk Federation is born. • 1989 Centralised Marketing Organised. • 1984 Product Dairy. • 1984 KDDC transformed into KMF. • 1988 Dairies at Bangalore.Dharwad & Gulbarga transferred to unions. Dairies transferred to KMF. Tumkur & Mysore transferred to district milk unions. • 1987 Dairies at Hassan. • 1989 Last Milk Shed registered as a union (Raichur & Bellary Union). Dharward Commissioned. • 1984 Mother Dairy Started functioning. Bangalore. . • 1988 Training centres at Mysore. • 1985 Remaining Govt. • 1989 Milk Supply to Kolkata Mother Dairy through railway tankers from Mother Dairy. • 1987 Operation Flood-III implementation.
• 1993 Milk procurement on a single day crosses million Kg level in Dec. • 1994 Starting of Sales Depot at Bangalore. Burfi. Shimoga and Kolar transferred to District Milk Union. • 1995 Starting of Sales Depot at Hubli. • 1992 Commercial production & marketing of Nandini flavoured milk launched. • 1991 First Pilot Project on Embryo transfer technology implemented. • • • 1996 a) Foundation Stone laid for Cattle Feed Plant at Hassan b) Production Started . Bellary.• 1991 KHAFBA registered (Karnataka Holstein Friesian Breeders Association). Gulbarga. 1986 & average milk procurement per day for The year crosses million kg level. • 1995 Varieties of New Nandini Products viz. • 1991 Chilling & Processing plants at Bijapur. • 1994 Liquid Milk Sale Crosses Million Litres/day. Nandini Paneer. Khova & Sweet curds launched.
• 1997 Inauguration of Ice-cream manufacturing unit • • a) At Mother Dairy Premises. B'lore b) Expansion of Plant from 3. Bangalore b) Production Started c) Plant restarted production • • • 1996 Foundation Stone laid for Mega Dairy & New Powder Plant at B'lore.000 LPD • 1998 Installation of LN2 Distribution system for Karnataka state.• • 1996 a) Foundation Stone laid for Pouch Film Manufacturing Unit at Munnekolalu.000 LPD to 10. • 1998 Launching of New Products • • • a) Jamoon Mix b) Mysore Pak c) Tetra Fino Packaged Nandini “Goodlife”milk • 1999 Starting of Sales Depot at Tirupathi. • 2000 . Mini Dairy Schemes & other development programmes.
& Mysore b) in Shimoga & Dharwad . • 2000 “Mega Dairy”started functioning in Bangalore Union.Hubli & Thirupathi. D.Launching of New Products • • • • • • • • a) Badam Powder January 2000 b) Kunda January 2003 c) Yoghurt August 2004 d) Besan laddoo Sept 2004 e) Good life High fat milk Dec 2000 f) Nandini Goodlife Slim May 2002 g) Goodlife 200ml Tetrabrick July 2002 h) Goodlife 1 ltr Tetra Brik July 2002 • 2000 MOU agreement signing by GOK & NDDB for implementation of Perspective Plan. • 2000 Chilling Centre of 150 TLPD capacity at Hosakote started in Bangalore Union.K. • 2002 Adoption of “Mnemonic Symbol” • • a) In Bangalore. • 2001 Starting of Sales Depo at M'lore in addition to Depos at B'lore.
SMP in metalized Polypack. • 2002 ‘Nandini Shop on Wheels' started (Mobile display cum sales vehicle). • 2005 Launching of‘ Nandini Set Curd'. • 2002 Registration of KMF website as “www. • 2004 MOU agreement signing by GOK & NDDB for implementation of Perspective Plan 2010.coop”. • 2006 Packing Station commissioned at Kumbalgodu (Mandya Union). . • 2006 Depos opened at Kerala (Kannur & Ernakulam).kmfnandini.• 2002 Release of 50gm. • 2005 Laying of Foundation stone for 30 MTs Powder Plant at Channarayapatna. • • 2006 a) Expansion of Gubbi CFP from 100MTs to 150 MTs. • 2006 Foundation stone laid for New 300 MTs capacity at Hassan & Inauguration of Existing CFP expansion from 100 MTs to 200 MTs. • 2002 Release of Urea Molasses Brick(3Kg Pack) • 2002 Powder plant of 30 MT capacity started at Mother Dairy.
• a) Launch of New products & new stunning packs (Sundae. • 2008 Commissioning of Channarayapatna Product Plant at a total cost of Rs. • 2007 Inauguration of additional Infrastructure facilities for UHT milk production at Kolar from existing 40.5%SNF) in Bangalore.000 LPD to 1.• b)Expansion of Dharwad CFP from 100 MTS to 150 MTs. 72 Crores. • 2007 Opening of“Nandini Dairy Farmers Welfare Trust” hostel.5%Fat / 8. • 2007 Release of Nandini Homogenized cow milk(3.5 LLPD. • 2007 Launching of“Bounce” brand milk at GOA. Crazy Cone ice cream/Lite Skimmed Milk/ Cool Milcafe/Choco Milk Shake/Dairy Whitener) b) Launch of Goodlife Slim in 1Ltr Brik. • 2006 Release of new generation Drinks Tetra Pack variants of Flavored milk & Buttermilk. • • 2009 Gulbarga Dairy & Milk Marketing taking over by KMF • 2009 Nandini has Won “The Most Valuable Brand in Karnataka Award” in the 'Sunday Indian & IIPM Regional Excellence Awards 2009' .
83 LKPD (during 2010-11) • 2010 .• 2009 Channarayapatna Chilling Centre inaguration . Paneer. • 2010 New Sales Depo Started at Mysore • 2010 Foundation Stone Laying for HOSTKOTE DAIRY • 2010 MOU for commissioning of Nandini Parlours in IOCL retail outlets signed • 2010 Peak Procurement of 41.2 incentive per litre of milk.Tiruchi(Tamilnadu) • 2009 Inaguration of Indinagar Shoppee cum Cold Storage by KMF Chairman • 2009 UHT SUPPLY TO Andaman & Nikobar • 2009 Chief Minister Sri B.Orissa.Jamoon mix(Dec'09).Khova(Mar'09) • 2009 Launch of Good Life variants in Cuttack.peda.burfi.was conferred with "Ksheera Bandhu" Award at State level Milk Producers Convention at Dabaspet.Mysore pak. Tumkur for GOK's Support to producers with Rs.Yeddyurappa.Badam powder.1 LLPD • 2009 New Sales Depo Started at Gulbarga • 2009 All NMP Products in new packs .S.
20/-.26/- • 2011 Nandini enters sweet world of Chocolate Nandini Creamy Bite. • 2011 Hassan Milk Union Milk Proc.Punith Rajkumar & Ms.21/-.HCM revised to Rs. .Pura.CURDS revised to Rs.R.coop with online order facility • 2010 Export of 91MT Butter(in direct mode) to IRAQ & EGYPT by KMF • 2011 The two Co-Operative giants KMF & CAMPCO entered into an agreement by signing MOU for production of CHOCOLATES • 2011 The Grand Launch of Brand New 10 milk products by popular kannada cinesars .Starting of Procurement routes at N.(TM revised to Rs.Goodlife.KMF launched one more sweet product. • 2011 Inauguration of 1Lakh ltr capacity new UHT plant at Milk product plant Channarayapatna.2/. • 2011 The official Launching of e-sale by KMF • 2011 DK Milk Union Silver Jublee Celebration.touched 5 Lkpd on 09.2011.DTM revised to Rs.Ragini Dwivedi. • 2011 Price Revision by Rs.06.28/-.kmfnandini.Koppa Taluk(Chickmagalur District) • 2010 Hosting of new KMF website wwww.Chit Chat & Eclairs on the eve of "Ugadi" nandinichocolate festival.powerstar Mr.
11. • 2011 Bellary Milk Union Milk Proc.2011.Banglore.2011.30/ 2012 Karnataka Milk Federation launches Nandini GoodLife toned milk in 100ml Tetra Pak package at an affordable price of Rs 4. Prize distribution to the winners of Nandini Talent Hunt competition and Release of new delicious products of Nandini ON 24.01.2011 2012 Price Revision by Rs.12 Human Resource Development .DTM revised to Rs.Kurien.23/-.touched 5 Lkpd on 10.06.• 2011 Mysore Milk Union Milk Proc. • 2011 Dharwad Milk Union Silver Jubilee Function Celebration 2011 A.28/-. 2012 Felicitation to Dr. • 2011 Kolar Milk Union has crossed another milestone in UHT sales and marketing by reaching 3. V.50 LLPD.I.(TM revised to Rs.24/-.touched 5 Lkpd on 10. 2011 Mandya Milk Union Milk Proc.Women workers 2 days State Level Conference sponsored by GOI under STEP scheme held at NIANP auditorium.3/.touched 1 Lkpd on 13.06.45 LLPD • 2011 Channarayapatna milk product plant has crossed UHT sales and marketing 1.CURDS revised to Rs.HCM revised to Rs.
. collected through Automatic Computerized Milk Collection Units is chilled directly in Bulk Milk Coolers. for both domestic as well as international markets. untouched and unadulterated by human hands. milk sales etc. This sector has also created demand and employment in manufacturers of equipments required by DCS. activities is to the tune of 52000 people.5 Lakhs of SC/ST and 6.Know More Quality and Food Safety During the last ten years. noteworthy initiative is the setting up of Community Milking Parlours in villages. has very high microbiological quality. The KMF is forerunner to introduce this innovative technological initiative for bringing about revolutionary improvement in quality of milk collected in DCSs. Indirect employment thro' veterinary services. Dairy Co-operatives employ more than 32000 people and 5200 are permanent KMF Units and Unions employees. The milk from milking machines. comparable to international standards. This chilled raw milk.” Many Clean Milk Production (CMP) initiatives have been implemented at all the stages of procurement.35 Lakh dairy farmers as primary members including 3. This system has several advantages such as elimination of mastitis in milch animals and improvement of productivity. This high quality milk is being utilized for manufacturing high quality value added milk products. printing and the like. Dairies.There are at present 20. milk transportation. the Federation is giving greater emphasis on procuring quality milk from DCSs under the concept of “Quality Excellence from Cow to Consumer. Among these CMP initiatives.6 Lakh woman members. processing and marketing.
Plans are also under way for automated production of above milk products in the immediate future. The same is The planned to be of introduced Mother in Dairy the is mid because of of 2010. Yogurt as well as flavoured milk in bottles. • • • • • • MOTHER DAIRY. it has facilitates to pack and distribute milk & curd in different packs formats in the most hygienic way. Also. Replacing Aluminium milk cans and collection vessels with SS –304. Today. A UNIT OF KMF Mother Dairy. documentary films and booklets on Clean Milk Production. • The Dairy has Export Licence for Skimmed Milk Powder. There is a plan drawn up for putting in the market ready-to-eat foods "Retorted" and having appreciable content of milk and milk products. it has a state of the art facility to manufacture Skim Milk Powder. the Dairy stands expanded from 2 Lakh Litres to 7 Lakh Litres milk processing per day.Other Clean Milk Production (CMP) Initiatives include: • Training of milk producers on modern dairy husbandry practices and CMP. Posters. a flagship dairy of KMF having ISO22000:2005 Certification. primarily for dispensing liquid milk to customers through Bulk Vending system. hygiene and food safety and hence the dairy was certified for certified for ISO 9001-2000 during the year 2000 and has been certified for ISO 22000-2005 during 2008. Bangalore. cold chain network which is a prerequisite for sale of milk and milk products has been established in 4 strategic locations of Bangalore city as "Walk in cold store" to ensure uninterrupted and constant milk supply to our retailers/consumers. Providing SS utensils. Besides. Also. has a network of 616 retailers through whom milk is sold to the consumers. to producers. it has satellite modern format joints to sell various varities of milk and 'Nandini' brand of long shelf life and short shelf life milk products numbering around 50. . Training to DCS staff and officers of the Unions on CMP. The sale joints are branded as "Nandini Milk Shoppee". etc. Presently. was set up during the year 1984. Whole Milk Powder. Further. sugar free in the near future and also would undertake manufacturing of very improvised quality of Paneer. • The Dairy is poised to add 4 more varieties of exotic ice creams including pro-biotic. Dairy Whitener. antiseptic solutions for udder cleaning on pre and post milking. • Mother Dairy. as well as Whole Milk Powder to the tune of 30 MTs per day. : exclusiveness • Mother Dairy cares for quality. it is undertaking manufacturing and co-packing of 'Amul' brand of ice cream for GCMMF. It has established a facility to manufacture more than 20 varieties of Ice cream in the various pack formats to the tune of 15000 Litres per day. Dairy Whitener.
Ghee and Butter. in consultation with National Dairy Development (NDDB). • Time being the essence of working Mother Dairy has brought the activities under LAN by adopting appropriate technology. Salient features of the project: Infrastructure: • • Effluent treatment plant using environmental friendly anaerobic technology. The project was entrusted to NDDB on turnkey execution basis. Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF). It was decided to set up the plant at Channarayapatna. Government of India and KREDL. NANDINI HI TECH PRODUCT PLANT 1. Fully automated refrigeration plant using environment friendly ammonia liquid over feed system with ICE silo. • The Dairy has embarked on Environmental Protection. • Any business enterprises assessed for its status on the financial performance and Mother Dairy fully believes in this philosophy and has constantly posted positive financial results ever since its existence. Milk storage facility : 600 KL Cream storage: 60 KL Butter storage: 580 MT • • • • . 2. a strategic location to handle the surplus milk of Hassan. Mandya. conceived to setup a product dairy of 400 TLPD with 30 MTPD powder plant in the year 2005. State of the art automation technology (DCS / Scada) for milk processing and powder manufacturing and energy efficient equipment and machineries adhering to HACCP standards along with advanced dairy transaction processing system(ERP). Energy Conservation Programme and have been suitably recognized by Bureau of Energy Efficiency. Mysore and Tumkur milk unions. Karnataka. Hassan Dist (Karnataka).0 Back ground: The milk procurement by the co-operatives in Karnataka has steadily increased over the years due to the efforts and policies favoring milk production. In order to meet the increased processing requirement. Existing infrastructure of the milk co-operatives in the state was found to be insufficient for handling the excess milk.
• • • • • Nandini Milk Products This unit has specialized production of milk based ethnic sweets like Mysore pak.Fino and 100 ML Fino packs.• • Ghee storage: 150 MT The project has been setup in a 22 Acres of land.00.04.000 Ltrs/ Day Capacity.0 New Project commissioned on 09. Together they have production capacity of 700 tons per day and produce feed in 3 varieties namely Bypass. Includes facility for packing Nadini UHT milk in 500 ML. Badam powder . Nandini Bite.0 • • • • Milk processing: 400 TLPD Milk powder Production: 30 MTPD Butter Production: 21 MTPD Ghee Production : 5 MTPD 4. Processing Capacity: 3. . beside national high way NH48 (Bangalore-Mangalore) • Estimated cost of the project is Rs 6942.64 Lakh out of which 20% is borne by KMF and remaining is loan from NDDB. which have a great festive demand Cattle Feed Plants Cattle Feed being an important input to milk production is manufactured in four plants viz Rajanukunte. Burfi etc.(started from Jan’12) Includes facility for packing Nandini Flavored Milk in 200 ML Packs. Khova & Jamoon mix . and also .2011 • Installation of Nadini UHT Milk Processing and packing facility of 1. These plants are ISO 9001:2000 certified and has a combined capacity utilization of more than 100%.. 200 ML Fino and 200 ML Brik packs. This Project is aimed to address ever growing Market demand of Nandini UHT Milk.Sugar free peda. Gubbi. Peda. Dharwad & Hassan plants. Type I and Type II along with Urea Molasses Brick (UMB).
50 million doses of semen straws in a year. Nandini Packaging Film Plant During the year 1995-96. * The combined Production capacity of all 4 plants is 700MT with capacity Utilization of more than 140%. Mysore. * All 4 Plants are ISO 9001:2000 certified. KMF decided to establish a Pouch Film Plant as backward integration. Nandini Sperm Station is successfully engaged in production and supply of superior quality frozen semen to all the Dairy Co-operative Societies through the Milk Unions over the past 24 years in the project area of Karnataka Milk Federation. as technical consultant. Cattle Feed Plant. HAL Road which is about 15 kms from Bangalore Bus Station. through Field Progeny Testing Programme. Dharwad and Hassan. The Project investment made was Rs. Rajanukunte. . Anand. The Project Report was prepared by Institute of Rural Management. Nandini Sperm Station To improve the milk yield potential of the cattle. It produces and supplies around 2.Gubbi unit produces quality Mineral mixture and sells in 1 Kg retail packets to farmers at concessional rates.Gubbi. * Three varieties of Feed along with Urea Molasses Brick at Rajankunte & Mineral Mixture in Gubbi Plant are produced. The project was established during 1997 with the help of National Co-operative Dairy Federation of India and Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology (CIPET). due to inconsistency in terms of supplies and qualities of Milk Packing Film by suppliers. Pouch Film Plant is situated in Marathally. NDDB has identified NSS for production of Holstein Friesian bull calves in future.36 lakhs.393.
Skimmed Milk Powder and Ghee. The Dairy has a Powder Plant with a capacity of drying 1. it still sells products under the brand name Bounce (of the erstwhile Dempo Dairy Industries Ltd.Dempo Dairy The Dempo Dairy Industries Limited. The plant mainly produces Butter. Apart from selling the products under the Nandini brand. was taken over by KMF in 1993 under financial assistance from NDDB and GOK.) in Goa and Bombay. The Plant is today an ISO-2000 certified plant. . a sick unit Under the BIFR with a dairy at Aasangi.0 Lakh litres per day.
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