INAPH is a group of seven applications working synergistically developed by NDDB in collaboration with INFOSYS. It covers Animal Breeding, Veterinary, Laboratory back up, Animal Nutrition. The earlier version of the application INAPH - 1 was launched in 2008. Now the second version INAPH – 2 is working from 2012. INAPH also covers the CMU recognized semen stations with registered bulls by the application called INSPRM.
- To maintain a national level database on productivity enhancement related activities.
- To provide IT infrastructure for Productivity Enhancement service providers & EIA’s.
- To record activities of Animal Breeding, Progeny Testing, Nutrition and Health programs in the field.
- To give information support to Managers, and Technicians to monitor & control their field programs.
- To evaluate & estimate Breeding Values of bulls & bull mothers on the basis of their daughters’ performance thru field based progeny testing program.
- To generate information for monitoring & evaluation of progress, for making mid-course corrections, and for planning of future activities.
- INAPH makes services reliable to farmers ,easy to access, timely information to farmers regarding all kinds of welfare (health, productivity) information for their cows and buffaloes
- INAPH application can run on different devices we can deployment them on desktop, PDA, windows Mobile, Not book.
- Application works in online and offline.
- Multiple user interface with user level access and permissions to data
- All users data integrated into core system i.e. Central services portal
- Real- time console with alerts
INAPH has 7 different applications
- Animal registration
- AI service delivery
- Progeny Testing
- Health & Disease reporting
- Nutrition – Ration Balancing.
- Lab analysis
- Stock Management
- In order to know more, refer to the link : INAPH
|Manual of INAPH Android app registration on breeding||3.14 MB|
|Manual INAPH Deployment Implementation||4.47 MB|
|INAPH data Entry Format||47.75 KB|
|Minutes of the workshop on INAPH 21.06.2018..docx||23.91 KB|