Pulses refer to the dried, edible seeds of leguminous crops. Pulses play a fundamental role as a low-fat, high fibre source of protein and an essential component of traditional food baskets. These are most essential element for a well-balanced diet and major source of protein to vegetarian people of India. There are several varieties of pulses in India. Most of them are produced and consumed locally. Chickpeas (Chana), pigeonpeas (Arhar / Toor Dal), Urad (Urad Dal), Mung (Moong) and red lentils (Masoor) are the top five pulses grown in India. These pulses account for over 80 per cent of the total production in the country. The conversion of pulses seed into Dal is done through the process of milling. The traditional method of Dal milling is very cumbersome and produces inferior quality Dal resulting in lesser benefit compared to milled Dal. The present losses being encountered by the milling industry can be minimized to a great extent by the use of improved Dal mills. A Dal mill should be located in area rural or semi-urban area which have excess production of pulses and connected to market.

Who Should Attend

Progressive farmers,  Small marginal farmers, Pulses buyers, Sales  all those who wish to know about Dal Mill Manufacturing &  its opportunities

Learning Outcomes

  • Detail understanding about Dal Mill Manufacturing and solve ur all questions
  • Understanding how to earn from this Business
  • Industrial Vist For Practical Knowledge
  • Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurs


Course Curriculum

Availability Of Raw Material
Processing Of Products
Packaging & Labelling
Labour Requirement
Electricity Consumption
Cost Implementation
Government Schemes
Banking & Finance

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