The book Dairy Development in the New Millennium combines original, indepth, critical, comparative, and systematic analysis with a comprehensive view of new and cutting-edge of second phase of White Revolution. It has been designed to develop an understanding of and appreciation for the various challenges, dilemmas and prospects with the constraints that decision-makers and dairy-entrepreneurs face in real organisational settings of Indian dairying.
This landmark volume covers both quantitative and qualitative approaches to the second phase of White Revolution and Indian Dairying in the New Millennium under various controversial provisions of WTO and globalisation. A wide range of examples with rare and updated materials and data illustrate the text and a set of exercises runs throughout the book to aid the readers in understanding, planning and generating knowledge in Indian dairy.
The book focuses historical analysis during pre- and post-plans of White Revolution, its importance, prospects, marketing, strengths, pattern of utilization; modernisation, weakness; opportunities; threats; global position of dairy product; cost-benefit analysis; adulteration, dairy technology, training and education and dairy co-operatives; operation flood and package programme, etc. Through a proactive analysis, this book contextualises, explicates and critically analyses various issues of Indian dairy. This book will make a wise and welcome addition to the existing range of Second Phase of White Revolution.