DR VERGHESE KURIEN PDF

Kurien was born into a wealthy Syrian Christian family. When he returned to India, he was required, as a condition of the scholarship, to work at the Government Research Creamery in Anand, Gujarat state, which he began doing in Kurien became manager of the cooperative which later came to be called Amul and became one of the largest food producers in India. Under his leadership, the organization acquired equipment to process and store dairy products and proved to be a reliable supplier.

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Inspired by his life, the film, Manthan, depicts how cattle-rearers were at the mercy of local dairy owners in newly independent India. They could procure, process and market their own products, all while obtaining a majority cut from the profits. Kurien held various offices over his career, including chairman of the government-run National Dairy Development Board , general manager of the Kaira District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Ltd , and managing director of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri in However, according to reports , he never drank milk.

His father was a civil surgeon in British Cochin and his mother was known to have been an exceptional piano player. In , Kurien graduated from Loyola College, Chennai with a degree in Science, at just 14 years of age.

He also secured an engineering degree from Guindy College of Engineering, Chennai. At college, he had hopes of joining the Indian military as an engineer but things took a different turn. Nine years later, Kurien was posted to Anand in Gujarat as a young dairy engineer, which he initially disliked.

With a government scholarship, he eventually pursued higher studies in the United States. As it is dairy production has doubled in the last ten years, because milk, unlike other cash crops, is not as affected by things like monsoon delays. Kurien was able to think beyond milk production to expand the dairy industry as evident in his push to manufacture edible oils.

Kurien, who was suffering from a kidney disease, passed away on 9 September in Nadiad, a town near Anand, which had been his home for 63 years. ThePrint is now on Telegram. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Save my details. Friday, 5 June, File image of Verghese Kurian Facebook. Share Your Views. Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here. You have entered an incorrect email address! Most Popular. All rights reserved.

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Read More. What you need is good management with farmer power. Good management gives this power the right direction and thrust. Nothing can stop the farmers then. Least of all the MNCs. I trust, in a humble way - dairying is such as instrument of change: an instrument not only of technical change, but also of economic and social change.

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Inspired by his life, the film, Manthan, depicts how cattle-rearers were at the mercy of local dairy owners in newly independent India. They could procure, process and market their own products, all while obtaining a majority cut from the profits. Kurien held various offices over his career, including chairman of the government-run National Dairy Development Board , general manager of the Kaira District Cooperative Milk Producers Union Ltd , and managing director of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri in However, according to reports , he never drank milk.

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