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  • Unknown author (Divya Bhaskar, 2015-03-12)
    Newspaper Clippings appeared in "Divya Bhaskar" dated March 12,2015 on page no.4
  • DCMSME (Development Commissioner Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises) (DCMSME (Development Commissioner Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises), 2019)
  • Unknown author (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, 2016-01-23)
    Recent study shows that India is the largest producer of milk in the world which is nearly 10% of the world production. Various milkbased products which can be manufactured commercially in a rural industry are Paneer ...
  • Unknown author (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, 2016-01)
    Milk is one of the essential items of daily life. It is ideal food for human beings. Milk based products like Pasteurized Milk, Butter, Cream, Paneer, Curd, Ghee & Yogurt are manufactured in cottage as well as large scale. ...
  • Unknown author (2020-08-21)
  • Unknown author (Small Industries Development Bank of India, 2008-10)
    Cheese is the product made from the curd obtained from whole or skimmed milk, with or without added cream, by coagulating the casein and further treatment, of the separated curd by ripening ferments, special molds or ...
  • Unknown author (2020-05-01)
  • Unknown author (2020-05-01)
  • Gujarat, Cottage Industries (Niyamak, Gujarat Cottage Industries, 1990-10)
  • Unknown author (2020)
  • Unknown author (2020-08-21)
  • Unknown author (2020)
  • Bal, Gurpreet (2007-03-21)
    This paper is based on an empirical research conducted in the Jalandhar city of Punjab. Punjab has the highest proportion of the scheduled castes among the states of India. They constitute 28.85 percent as per 2001 census ...
  • Bhuvaneshwari, P Devi; Annapoorani, R (Bookwell Delhi, 2015-02-18)
    This paper is based on an empirical research conducted in the Coimbatore district. Coimbatore constitutes 19.44 percent as per 2011 census. The study reveals that 16.54 percent to the respondents have become entrepreneurs. ...
  • Kumar, E N Ashok (Centre for Research in Entrepreneurship Education and Development, 1998-03-18)
    From the view point of sociological perspective, the enterprises in India are of two kinds viz., the Dalit's Enterprise (DE) and the General Enterprise (GE). Obviously, these categories are the derivatives of the given ...
  • Unknown author (Khadi and Village Industries Commission, 2016-01-16)
    Wheat being a chiefest source of calories, it contributes a significant part of protein and carbohydrates needed for the body. By and large there is increasing demand for nutritional and ready to eat breakfast food which ...
  • DCMSME (Development Commissioner Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises) (DCMSME (Development Commissioner Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises), 2019)
  • Unknown author (Small Industries Development Bank of India, 2008-10)
    Dalmug, Bhujia, Kaju Fry, Popcorn, Muri, Peanut etc. are delicious snacks prefered by all ages. Though there are number of branded products flooding the market, yet the local made products are also in demand.
  • Gujarat, Cottage Industries (Niyamak, Gujarat Cottage Industries, 1990-10)