Doodh Utpadan Sambal Yojana

This scheme is started by Rajasthan government to support dairy farmers in the state.

Rajasthan state government has started Doodh Utpadan Sambal Yojana (Milk Production Support Scheme) in the state in the year 2013. Later the scheme was stopped due to some reasons. Then on February 1, 2019 this scheme was restarted for all the dairy farmers and cattle rearers in the state. Under this scheme initially the dairy farmers who supply milk used to get a subsidy of Rs 2 for per litre of milk. The subsidy amount is now increased to Rs 5 per litre of milk. This scheme will benefit about 5 lakh milk producers in the state with an amount of Rs 550 crores. The subsidy amount will be transferred into the bank accounts of the farmers.

This scheme will help the farmers to get a good price for milk in hand. It will support the farmers in getting their sales and earnings. It intends to encourage milk production in the state for strengthening the milk mechanism and dairy sector in the state.

Scheme Overview:

Scheme NameDoodh Utpadan Sambal Yojana
Scheme UnderRajasthan Government
Main BeneficiariesFarmers and cattle rearers in the dairy sector
Main BenefitSubsidy of Rs 5 per litre
Major ObjectiveTo encourage the milk production in the state thereby to increase the income of dairy farmers.
Total OutlayRs 550 crores

Scheme Benefits:

  • This scheme will encourage the milk production in the state.
  • It will increase the farmer’s in hand income.
  • Subsidy of Rs 5 per litre of milk will be provided to each farmer.
  • All the dairy farmers and cattle rearers will be covered under this scheme.
  • Subsidy amount will be transferred to the bank account of the farmer.
  • It aims at development of dairy sector thereby ensuring welfare of farmers.

Eligibility:

  • Farmer must be a resident of Rajasthan state.
  • He must be a dairy farmer/ cattle rearers in the state.

Documents Required:

  • Aadhaar card
  • Domicile certificate
  • Dairy/ Cattle details
  • Bank account details
  • Passport size photo

Application Process:

  • The farmer must sell the milk at registered dairy booths.
  • Provide the details at the applicable dairy booth.
  • The subsidy amount of Rs 5 per litre of milk will be provided by the state dairy booth owners directly in the bank account of the beneficiary.
  • Online application process is not available for this scheme.

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