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 4.10 Delhi Milk Scheme (DMS)

4.10.1 Delhi Milk Scheme (DMS) was set up in 1959 with the primary objective of supplying wholesome milk to the Citizens of Delhi at reasonable prices as well as for providing remunerative prices to milk producers. The initial installed capacity of Delhi Milk Scheme was for processing /packing of 2.55 lakh litres of milk per day.  However in order to meet increasing demand for milk in the city, the capacity was expanded in phases to the level of 5.00 lakh litres of milk per day.  The Department has developed a web site http://dms.gov.in for use by related users


4.10.2.. I.S.O 22000-2005 & ISO 14001-2004Certification. 

4.10.2.1DMS has been awarded ISO 22000-2005 Certification valid up to 5.5.2012 and ISO 14001 - 2004 certification valid up to 30-03-2013 By M/s IRQS Mumbai.

 
4.10.3. Procurement of Milk 

4.10.3.1 Delhi Milk Scheme has been procuring raw/fresh milk from the State Dairy Federations of the neighboring States of Punjab, Haryana, U.P.   Rajasthan and Bihar and from the Co-operative Societies/ Producers Companies  & other companies.     


4.10.3.2
The total quantity of milk procured by DMS since 2009-10 is indicated below:     


Table 4.1: Milk Procured by DMS                                                                                                                                            
 ( in Lakh Kgs)

Year

 Total Qty. of milk procured

Average/per day

2009-10 

945.94

2.59

2010-11

792.05

2.17

2011-12

870.13

2.38

2012-13 (Upto Nov.,12)

750.45

3.07

 
4.10.3.3   Contracts for procurement of milk with various agencies i.e. State Dairy Federations, Cooperative Societies/ Producer Companies & Pvt. Limited Companies have been finalized upto 31.03.2013.     


4.10.4  Production and Distribution of Milk
 


4.10.4.1
   Delhi Milk Scheme is processing and supplying milk (Toned, Double Toned and Full Cream) .  DMS is also manufacturing & marketing Yoghurt, Ghee, Butter, Paneer, Chhachh  and Flavoured Milk  for supply to the citizens of Delhi .                                                             


4.10.4.2.
  DMS has a network of over 1101 outlets (including All Day Milk Stalls )  The DMS also supplies milk to about 174 institutions such as Hospitals, Government Canteens, Hostels and Defence Units etc.  


4.10.4.3.
The milk booths are allotted to and manned by Ex-servicemen/ retired Govt. servants, physically handicapped, widows, unemployed persons.  


4.10.5   Performance/capacity Utilization  
 


4.10.5 .1
The sale of DMS and custom packing of Mother Dairy milk by DMS taken together has reached 3.10 LLPD, The cost of production of milk is as given below:                                              


Table 4.2: Performance of DMS

Year

Capacity Utilization Percentage     

Milk Sale (In Lakh   litres)

Variable Cost  (Rupees/ per litre)

Fixed  Cost (Rupees/ per litre)

Total Cost (Rupees/per litre)

2009-10

73.1

1332.77

19.86

3.05

22.91

2010-11

65.2

1183.49

21.75

3.24

24.99

2011-12

62.0

1123.62

27.08

3.40

30.48

2012-13

(Upto Nov.,12)

62.0

757.28

25.51

3.60

29.11

 
4.10.6. Financial Outlay


4.10.6.1.
Expenditure on all head of accounts including the expenditure on inputs like raw milk, SMP, Butter, Butter Oil etc. and capital items is made from consolidated fund of Government of India through annual budget allocation of Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying. Sale proceeds of milk and milk products are credited to the revenue account of the Government.                                                           


4.10.6.2. 
The funds provided/proposed and expenditure for the year  2011-12 (R.E.) and B.E. 2012-13 are given at table 4.3:                            

                                               

                                                Table 4.3 : Expenditure of DMS

                                                                                                       (Rupees in Crores)

     Head/Scheme

          2011-12

                  2012-13

 

R.E.      (Appro-ved)

Expendi-ture

 B.E. (Appro-ved)

R.E. (Propo-sed)

Expendi-ture (Upto  Nov,2012)

              1

      2

       3

     4

     5

      6

I. NON-PLAN

 

370.00

311.94

370.00

384.64

235.07

II. PLAN

 

1.00   

1.00

2.00

2.00

0.29

 
4.10.6.2   Though the deficit came down from Rs.24.15 Crore in 2009-10 to Rs.8.99 Crore in 2010-11, it increased to Rs.28.26 Crore in 2011-12 due to lesser procurement of raw milk and higher purchase price paid for Skimmed Milk Powder &  raw milk etc. Further, during the current financial year 2012-13 (Upto Nov.,2012)  the deficit has come down to Rs.4.66 Crore. 

 


4.10.7.
 REDUCTION IN THE STAFF STRENGTH OF DMS.

4.10.7.1. In pursuance of instructions issued by Ministry of Finance to down size Government machinery and to reduce the administrative expenses, the DMS decided to reduce its working strength by not making fresh recruitment. The total staff strength of DMS has cone down from 921 as on 01.12.2011 to 827 as on 01.12.2012.


4.10.8
UPGRADATION AND MODERNIZATION OF DMS PLANT

 


4.10.8.1
The DMS plant which was installed at the time of its commissioning has become old and inefficient. The installed capacity of the plant was for processing 5.00 lakh litres of milk per day. Presently, the DMS is processing about 3.15 lakh litres of milk per day.


 4.10.8.2. As the plant is old, it may not be possible to process the milk at the level of its installed capacity without up-gradation/automation.  During the year 2012-13, two numbers of PHE Ammonia Condensers along with Cooling Towers  and two numbers of High Speed Ammonia Compressors have been installed.                                                                                   


4.10.8.3
(a) With optimum utilization of available resources and installed capacitor banks in Central Dairy, DMS could achieve a power factor greater than 0.98 thus affecting savings in electrical consumption. 


(b) With optimum utilization of water and it’s recycling the consumption of water has been brought down substantially in Central Dairy thus affecting savings in the water consumption.                                               


4.10.8.4 
The present capacity utilization of DMS is about 62%. Efforts are being made to utilize its capacity by increasing the sale of milk and milk products leading to reduction in losses.

 
4.10.9 Supply of DMS milk & milk products in J.J. Clusters Delhi through booths installed at new sites allotted by Delhi Govt. to DMS.


To increase sale of DMS milk, a meeting was held on 04.05.2012 under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi in Delhi Secretariat who agreed to provide all assistance to DMS for establishing new booths in the NCT of Delhi. After series of meetings between officials of DMS and Delhi Govt., Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB), Govt. of NCT Delhi has agreed, in principle, to allow the DMS to establish it’s milk booths in the J.J. Clusters as the same are existing on the DUSIB land. DMS is in the process of taking possession of sites allocated by DUSIB and after taking the possession of new sites action will be taken to shift old fabricated structures on these sites and sales of milk & milk products shall start in J.J. Clusters from established booths. 


4.10.10.  Imparting Computer training to DMS employees.


DMS employees have been imparted Computer training w.e.f. 05.09.2012 in batches of 20 persons for 20 working days by engaging an outside training agency.


4.10.11. Use of underground water by DMS for use.


To overcome the shortage of water supplied by Delhi Jal Board (DJB) during summer months, DMS has taken up the issue with DJB for according approval for installing 4 numbers of bore-wells with submersible pumps of 20 KLPH capacity each.  


4.10.9.
CORPORATIZATION OF DMS


4.10.9.1.
The activities of DMS are purely commercial in nature and therefore, in order to run it as a commercial entity and make it financially viable, the Union Cabinet has given ‘in principle’ approval to this Department’s proposal to corporatize DMS to make it autonomous. Draft Cabinet Note on Corporatization based on the final report of the IDBI Capital Market Services was circulated by the Department for seeking comments of the concerned Department.  After completion of all formalities, the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries shall bring a comprehensive proposal for corporatization of DMS before the Union cabinet for formal approval.

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