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Efforts on to make farming competitive, profitable


New Delhi — To add a new dimension to the condition and direction of agriculture in the country, the NDA government has taken several steps — according to a statement issued by Minister of State for Agriculture Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai Kundaria in Rajya Sabha today.

With the objective of making farming competitive and profitable and to make the country self-sufficient in providing food for the growing population, the government has, in the last one year, embarked upon a number of initiatives that address the multiple concerns affecting the farming as an enterprise. The emphasis of the government, according to the statement, is on:

  • production activities with a view to enhancing on a sustainable basis;
  • on post-production activities, that takes care of marketing concerns, and
  • credit facilitation.

The thrust is on sustained based on reduced cost of cultivation, rejuvenation of soil health, efficient use of water resources and remunerative prices on the produce of a farmer. Further, the emphasis is on risk mitigation through scheme.

Keeping the above in mind, the government has rolled out the following new initiatives:

  1. Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana,
  2. Soil Health Card Scheme,
  3. Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayi Yojana,
  4. Neem Coated Urea,
  5. Enhanced credit facility to the farm sector,
  6. National Agricultural Market,
  7. Krishonnati Yojana, in addition to above includes
    1. National Food Security Mission,
    2. Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture,
    3. National Mission on Oilseeds & Oil Palm,
    4. National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture,
    5. National Mission on Agricultural Extension & Technology,
    6. Integrated on Agriculture Marketing,
    7. Integrated on Agriculture Cooperation,
    8. National Agri-Tech Infrastructure Fund and
    9. Price Stabilization Fund for Cereals & Vegetables.
  8. Further, the Department of Agriculture & Cooperation is also implementing the following schemes & programmes that support of the agricultural sector:
    1. Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana and
    2. National Crop Programme.

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