The Governent of India has announced various programs that benefit agricultural and farming sectors. The principal goal for the government’s initiatives is to boost the farming to improve their economic
situation. With this new initiative, it has launched various beneficiary schemes, including e-NAM (National Market for Agricultural Products), PMKSY(Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana), PKVY( Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana) and Interest Subvention scheme, and the PMFBY
Information on Schemes
1 Soil Health Card Scheme
- The scheme was first introduced in 2015 with the intention of giving farmers health cards for their soil. Farmers under this scheme could upload soil quality as well as the nutrients.
- The data could be used to improve the soil’s condition and high-quality crop fertility. The government under this scheme had taken soil samples at 253 farms. Up to date, over 76 % health cards were already issued to the public authorities.
2 NCU (Neem Coated Urea)
- The scheme was conceived by the government in order to encourage the use of organic urea in order to ensure soil health and produce a higher yields. The urea is rich in nitrogen sources for crops. In this program, farmers can only make usage for Neem treated organic urea in order to reduce savings by about 10 .
3 PKVY (Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana)
- The government had enacted this program in the country in order to encourage organic farming as an ideal for farmers. This could further assist farmers earn more money from their farms.
- The government hopes to cover more than 5 lakh acres of farmland by 2015-2018 in this scheme. The land is divided into groups of 50 acres each.
4 PMKSY (Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchaye Yojna)
- The scheme was announced through the federal government in July 1 1. In this scheme, the government’s aim is to provide every farm with irrigation water.
- To make it easier to implement the plan, that the government is aiming to cut down on the amount of water wasted when irrigation is carried out by making use of rainwater harvesting methods.
- The government also introduced the concept of micro irrigation facility for farmers in order to lower the overall costs. The government has also been able to provide 8.39 lakh acres under the scheme to date.
5. e-NAM (National Ag Market)
- The government was the first to take on setting up e-markets for the purpose of regulating the prices of market products. The platform provides farmers with an affordable price for their products as well as other farm equipments for agricultural use.
- The government been able to integrate more than 400 markets in the scheme until 2017. The current plan is to connect more than 47.95 thousand farmers, and over 91500 merchants on the platform.
In addition, the government has made sure that it supports the implementation of innovations in the agriculture sector. The government is working to develop this sector in order to make it more income-driven for farmers, instead of being production-centric.
Update 26 April 2018, April 2018.
Kisan Kalyan Karyashala
Government officials from central India is planning to soon organize an event that is interactive for farmers. The block-level event, called Kisan Kalyan Karyashala can take place on 2 2nd May 2018. It will be an event that is interactive that will see farmers from different blocks will meet officers, scientists, and agricultural experts, as well as other advanced and well-developed farmers.
This will happen to promote the overall growth of the agriculture industry in India. According to the central government, it will also ensure the supply of food and other agricultural products. Since the central government has set a goal of an increase of doubling the incomes of farmers by 2022, this plan will focus on income dependence , not dependent on product.
The Kisan Kalyan Karyashala The government is expected to develop numerous new strategies, modern technology, strategies, as well as different schemes to increase the earnings of farmers. It is a major step to improve the lives of the farmer’s livelihood and will increase their incomes by 2022. It will begin a multi-dimensional 7-point strategy to boost development in the agriculture. They will also create a range of agricultural reforms across different sections of the agricultural sector across the country.
Farmer Loan Waiver Scheme india
|Sn||State Name||Scheme||The Announced Date|
|1||Maharashtra||Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Shetkari Sanman Yojana||28.06.2017|
|2||Tamil Nadu||Agriculture Loan Waiver Tamilnadu||23.05.2016|
|3||Karnataka||Raitara Sala Manna from Karnataka||23.06.2017|
|4||Jammu And Kashmir||Debt Waiver scheme under KCC||23.01.2017|
|5||Punjab||Farmer Debt Waiver Scheme Punjab||17.10.2017|
|6||Chhattisgarh||Kisan Karz Mafi Yojana In CG||26.12.2015|
|7||Uttar Pradesh||Fasal Rin Mochan Yojana In UP||04.04.2017|
|8||Andhra Pradesh||Ap Rythu Runa Mafi Pathakam||02.08.2014|
|9||Telangana||KCR Loan Waiver Scheme / rythu runa mafi in telangana||13.08.2014|
|10||Union Territory of Puducherry||The Agriculture Loan Waiver is in Puducherry||12.01.2018|