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<h1 class="white-text"><center> Dr. Verghese Kurien</center></h1>
<h2 class="white-text"><center> Milkman of India</center></h2>
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<p class="white-text">Dr. Verghese Kurien is better known as the Father of the White Revolution in India. He is also called as the Milkman of India. Dr. Varghese Kurien was the architect behind the success of the largest dairy development program in the world, christened as Operation Flood.This transformed India from a milk-deficient nation to the world's largest milk producer, surpassing the United States of America in 1998. Not only did dairy farming became India's largest self-sustaining industry, it also provide a burst of employment opportunity to villages across India</p>
<h2>Here is a time line of Dr. Kurien's Life</h2>
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  <li><b>Nov 26, 1921</b>: Verghese Kurien born in Calicut (now Kozhikode in Kerala) to a Syrian Christian family. Father Puthenpurackal Kurien a civil surgeon in Cochin, mother an accomplished pianist</li><br>

<li><b>1944</b>: After graduating in physics from Loyola College, Chennai (1940), gets a BE from College of Engineering, Guindy</li><br>
1944</b>: After graduating in physics from Loyola College, Chennai (1940), gets a BE from College of Engineering, Guindy</li><br>

<li><b>1944</b>: Joins TISCO Technical Institute as graduate apprentice, then starts his career as office apprentice. Gets a govt scholarship to train for 9 months at Imperial Institute of Animal Husbandary & Dairying, Bangalore</li><br>

<li><b>1948</b>: Completes a master’s in engineering from Michigan State University, US, with dairy engineering as a minor subject. Ranked 7th</li>
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<li><b>13 May 1949</b>: Arrives on central govt deputation at the Govt Research Creamery, Anand, to serve out his bond period. Does not like his stint</li>
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<li><b>1949-end</b>: Relieved from bond, is about to leave Anand when requested to stay back by Tribhuvandas Patel, chairman of Kaira District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union Limited, formed in 1946 at the initiative of Sardar Patel, Joins the cooperative and is soon asked by Patel to help set up a dairy processing plant, which sees the birth of Amul</li>
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<li><b>June 15, 1953</b>: Marries neighbour’s daughter, Molly, whom he met just days earlier, on May 28. They have a daughter, Nirmala</li>
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<li><b>Oct 31, 1955</b>: Amul (Anand Milk Union Limited) launched. Name taken from 'amoolya', meaning priceless, as suggested by a quality control expert in Anand. Amul plant, largest in Asia, inaugurated by Nehru who embraces Kurien. Kurien credited with being the first to produce powder from buffalo milk in the plant</li>
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<li><b>1965</b>: PM Lal Bahadur Shastri creates National Dairy Development Board to replicate Amul’s success nationally. Kurien is chairman</li>
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<li><b>1965</b>: Awarded Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan a yr later</li>
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<li><b>1967</b>: Ad agency ASP creates iconic Amul girl as a response to rival Polson's butter-girl</li>
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<li><b>1970</b>: NDDB launches ‘Operation Flood’ which helps make India the world’s largest milk producer. NDDB has since integrated 96,000 dairy cooperatives in a milk grid following the ‘Anand pattern’</li>
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<li><b>1973</b>: The Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) that now owns and markets Amul comes into being. It has since grown into a $2.5 bn entity and has 32 lakh farmers in its fold. India’s milk procurement has increased from 20 million metric tonnes per year in 1960s to 122 MMT in 2011</li>
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<li><b>1998</b>: Steps down as NDDB chairman after 33 years</li><br>

<li><b>1999</b>: Given Padma Vibhushan</li>
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<li><b>2006</b>: Resigns as GCMMF chairman amid controversy</li>
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  <li><b>22 Sep 2013</b>: Dr. Kurien breathed his last on September 9, 2012, after a brief illness, in Nadiad, Anand, Gujarat. He was 90 years old.</li>
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<h2>Every year 26 November is being observed as National Milk Day (NMD) to mark birth anniversary Father of the White Revolution Dr.Verghese Kurien.</h2>
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<h2>You can read more about Dr.Kurien's life on his <a href=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verghese_Kurien><b>Wikipedia Page</b></a></h2>



              
            
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