• H-Apartments, Purana Bazar, Dimapur, Nagaland 797112
  • 09.30 am - 04.00 pm
Course Name
  • Nursery Management (Tropical/Subtropical Fruit Grower)

    The grower is responsible for cultivating tropical/subtropical fruits as per the recommended practices in the given agro-climatic zone. They are also engaged in various activities such as preparation, planting, nurturing of crop, harvest and post-harvest management of the tropical/subtropical fruit crops and ensuring the sale of the same.

  • Nursery Management (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Grower)

    A Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs) Grower is responsible for growing medicinal and aromatic plants. In the process, the individual selects a suitable site for cultivation, prepares the site, carries out cultivaion and harvests the plants upon  maturity. The grower also perfoms post-harvest processing of MAPs including cleaning, packing and labelling.

  • Nursery Management (Non-Timber Forest Produce Collector)

    A Non-Timber Forest Produce Harvester harvests different types of Non-Timber Forest Produce (NTFP) and Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs) from the identified unrestricted areas. The harvester identifies the relevent NTFP and MAPs and harvests them using suitable harvesting practices while complying with the existing laws and regulations.


The only PIA in the state to implement the DDU-GKY project in the Agri & Allied Sector, the primary objective of this initiative is to generate employment starting from entry to managerial level in the agri & allied sector which comprises of private enterprises operating in this particular area of activities.

With Mr. Manoj Das at the helm as the Project Head, through the scheme, training and captive employment will be provided to individuals in 3 trades, viz, Non-Timber Forest Produce (NTFP), Mango (Nursery) Management and Aromatic Plantation Management.

Why Captive employment?

Based on an intensive skill-gap analysis in correlation with the employment status in the region, certain observations have been made wherein there is a significant lack of skill based awareness especially in the agricultural sector. Nagaland economy is largely based on agriculture with more than 60% of the population engaged in agricultural activities. However, there exists a deep gap between sustained and organized form of cultivation, processing, supply and skilled personnel. Based on these observations, the organization aims to fill the gaps by way of training and placement of trained candidates in our own establishments located within Nagaland.

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