Punyakoti Dattu Yojana Karnataka 2023 (Cow Adoption Scheme, benefits, beneficiaries, application form, registration, eligibility criteria, list, status, official website, portal, documents, helpline number, last date, how to apply)
The cow adoption program will be launched on 28th July by the Karnataka state government. The scheme’s implementation will be supervised by Prabhu Bhamla Chavan, the Minister of Animal husbandry. The scheme launch aims to increase cattle adoption by public and private organizations. It will help to rear the cow and preserve them. The goshalas should be run with people’s cooperation.
Punyakoti Dattu Yojana Karnataka 2023 [Cow Adoption Scheme]
|Name of the scheme||Punyakoti Dattu Yojana|
|Scheme will be launched in||Karnataka|
|Scheme initiative to be taken by||Prabhu Bhamla Chavan, the Minister of Animal husbandry|
|Main idea for scheme launch||Adoption of cattle from goshalas by private and public organizations in Karnataka|
|Scheme launch is scheduled on||28th July|
|Benefits of cattle adoption||It will help with nurturing and rearing of cattle in the cow sheds and preserve them|
|Goshalas in the state to have cows||215 private goshalas in Karnataka|
|Benefit of the scheme||The main idea of the scheme is to help the goshalas finally become strong and offer better facilities for the cattle|
What are the highlighting details of the scheme?
- Objective of the scheme – The main idea is to motivate the public to give more facilities to the cattle in goshalas, help in its conservation and make the goshalas financially strong
- Benefit from the scheme – People should come forward and adopt the cattle from government and private sheds in the state and try to save the cow population
- Amount to be paid for cattle adoption – People can take the cattle from any Goshalas and has to give rupees 11,000 per cattle annually
- Donation for the scheme – As per the donation scheme of goshalas, the public can denote rupees 10 for the goshalas on the Punyakoti Adoption Portal as per expense and infrastructure
Therefore, through the scheme launch, the government is trying to appeal to common people to adopt more cattle and save the cows. A total of 100 government goshalas are included in the scheme and have domestic and crossbred cattle.
In addition, there are needy, exhausted, diseased, old, abandoned by farmers and male calves that have been seized by the court and are kept in police custody. By the scheme, these cows can be nurtured as best as per the Ministry of Animal husbandry.
What are the benefits of the scheme?
- The abondanedcoews by farmers, belonging to private and government can get nurturing as per the scheme of the Ministry of Animal Husbandry
- The scheme launch will inspire public to provide facilities to cattle of the gaushalas. It is required to conserve the gaushalas and make it economically functional. For this, the govermment requested for the people to come together and help in cow conservation
- The cattles will be given shelter in more than 215 private gaushalas in Karnataka
- Almost 100 government gaushalas would be started for the domestic cows, crossbred cattle, diseased, male calves, tired, needy and the ones confiscated by police custody and court
Eligibility criteria of the scheme?
There is no eligibility criteria require for registration.
Documents Required for registration
In this scheme the government not decided the require documents.
Process of registration under the scheme
As the scheme is a newly launched one, online registration details are yet to come up. The animal husbandry department will give the details of registration for the scheme. The successful launch of the scheme will help conserve the goshalas and conserve them, and make them economically strong.
FAQ of the scheme
Q- Who has taken the initiative of the scheme launch?
ANS- Karnataka Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Bhamla Chavan
Q- What is the purpose of launching the scheme?
ANS- Conserve cattle and inspire people to adopt more cattle from private and government sheds
Q- How much money is to be paid to adopt the cows?
ANS- Rupees 11000
Q- What categories of cattle are allowed in the scheme?
ANS- It can be domestic as well as crossbred cattle. The list also includes tired, needy, diseased, old male calves that farmers have abandoned
Q- What is the scheme scheduled to be launched?
ANS- 28th July