Cheese processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone, Rohtas, Bihar: Job employment, production capacity


Employment opportunities at cheese and milk processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Rohtas district in Bihar. Daily production capacity of Milk, Cheese, Paneer, Pedas, Misti doi, lassi at milk processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Rohtas in Bihar, which is the first cheese processing plant in eastern India.

Cheese processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Rohtas district Bihar which was inaugurated Bihar's Chief minister Nitish Kumar is the first cheese processing plant of eastern India. He also laid the foundation stone of a processing unit which will produce 30 tonne milk powder and a diary plant which will process 5 lakh litres of milk.

Employment opportunities at cheese and milk processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Rohtas in Bihar


It is expected that the milk powder processing plant in Bihar will be fully functional in 3 years time. This will mean that surplus milk from Bihar will not have to be sent outside Bihar for processing. Currently, milk production in Rohtas district is about 6.48 lakh litre per day, of which about 3.36 lakh litre is surplus milk. This surplus milk will be processed into cheese, milk powder, lassi and other dairy products in this milk processing plant in Rohtas district of Bihar. It will be converted into milk powder in Bihar itself. The products of this dairy plant of Dehri-on-sone would also be distributed in Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. A total of Rs 1,995 lakh was spent on the setting up of this Cheese processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Bihar. 90% of this cost was beard by the Bihar government. This newly opened plant will not only help in processing and utilisation of the surplus milk, but will also generate employment opportunities at cheese and milk processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Rohtas in Bihar for farmers and youths.

The expected daily production capacity of cheese processing plant in Dehri-on-Sone in Rohtas in Bihar is as follows:
  • 10 Lakh tonne of cheese,
  • 20 Lakh tonne of paneer,
  • 16 Lakh tonne of pedas,
  • 60 Lakh tonnes of mishti doi and lassi,
  • 5,000 bottles of flavoured milk

  • On this ocassion, Bihar's Chief minister Nitish Kumar also highlighted the progress made by Bihar in the dairy filed in the last few years. He said that daily collection of the milk in Bihar had increased from 4.50 lakh to 18 lakh litre per day in the last 7 years, which is 300% increase in last 7 years. He also said that Bihar is the first state in the country to have an exclusive agriculture cabinet.


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    Guest Author: ADITYA KUMAR16 Dec 2013

    i need a job sir



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