Milkfeed Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Recruitment
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Opening For Deputy Manager
Post Name Deputy Manager Animal Husbandry No of Vacancy 16 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 30000 Per Month Post Name Deputy Manager Production No of Vacancy 05 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 30000 Per Month Post Name Deputy Manager Procurement No of Vacancy 08 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 30000 Per Month Educational Qualification Bachelors Degree in Veterinary Sciences Animal Husbandry Dairy Technology Veterinary Science Animal Husbandry or equivalent from any recognised University Institute. Nationality Indian Age Limit 21to 45 years as on 01.09.2016 Job Location Punjab Application Fee Candidates have to pay Rs. 500 - through Demand Draft favouring Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd. How to Apply MILKFED Vacancy Interested Candidates may apply their CV along with relevant documents DD send to Manager......
Opening For Clerk-cum Typists
Post Name Clerk-cum Typists No of Vacancy 100 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 16500 Per Month Post Name Laboratory Assistant Laboratory Technician No of Vacancy 40 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 16500 Per Month Educational Qualification For Clerk-cum Typists Bachelor of Commerce from any recognised University or Institute and should possess a Computer Information Technology Course certificate equivalent to O level certificate of Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Course DOEACC of Government of India, in case the candidate has not studied Information Technology or equivalent as one of the subject in the basic qualifying degree. For Laboratory Assistant Laboratory Technician B.Sc. with Chemistry and possesses certificate course in Information Technology equivalent to O level certificate of DOEACC,......
About Milkfeed Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation
The Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Limited popularly known as MILKFED Punjab, cam into existence in 1973 with a twin objective. One, to carry activities for promoting production, procurement and processing of milk for the economic development of milk producers by providing remunerative milk market to them at their door step. Two, to provide quality milk and milk products to consumers at reasonable rates.
Although the federation was registered much earlier, but it came to real self in the year 1983 when all the milk plants of the erstwhile Punjab Dairy Development Corporation Limited were handed over to Cooperative sector and the entire State was covered under Operation Food programme to give the farmers a better deal and our valued customers better products. Today, when we look back, we have fulfilled the promise to great extent.
The setup of the organization is a three tier system, Milk Producers Cooperative Societies at the village level, Milk Unions at District Level and Milk Federation as an Apex Body at State level.
Working on “Anand Pattern” the process of organizing societies at village level started in Punjab as early as 1978. Presently, there is strong Network of about 6474 (as on 31.3.2010) Milk Producers Cooperative Societies organized at village level. About 3.65 Lakh milk producer members are attached to these societies. Fresh milk is procured from the milk producers twice a day through village level societies directly without the assistance of any middleman.