Suguna sets up poultry school to educate sector in India
Suguna Group has set up the Seguna Institute for Poultry Management to help educate the sector. Suguna Institute for Poultry Management, under the Suguna Foundation, was established with the aim of providing an environment for the scientific study of poultry farming.
The institute offers feed manufacturing technology, incubation, and hatchery courses as part of its well-structured curriculum.
“Suguna shall provide continuous support to rural entrepreneurs in setting up and running their own farms and also offers 100 per cent placement to students upon completion of any of the diploma or certificate courses,” a press statement said.
The Indian poultry industry employs more than 1,00,000 people, according to Seguna group chairman Mr B. Soundararajan, most of them without formal training in poultry farming, and the institute is set redress this lack.
The institute is set in close proximity to Suguna’s plants mills farms and labs so that the students may gain practical experience in all aspects of the pultry sector.
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