Krishonnati Yojana 2018 for Farmers ( कृष्णोत्ति योजना ) – The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has introduced a new scheme for the farmers of India. Green Revolution – Krishnotti Yojana will be sown for farmers. This plan will continue beyond 12th Five Year Plan for the period 2017-18 to 2018-19. This meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who approved the scheme with the central government. For this scheme, the government has made a budget of Rs. 33,269.97 crore. Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a press conference that the Cabinet has taken several important decisions to double the income of farmers to 2022 by the cabinet.
Government has included 11 schemes in this scheme. The primary objective of the government is the overall development of the entire agriculture and allied sector. The Krishnushti scheme of the government is for the welfare of farmers and it is a big step towards doubling the income of farmers by 2022. The central government will also focus on scientific methods of increasing the income of farmers with the increase in production, productivity and better returns. The Government has decided to spend Rs. 33,269.97 Crore in the 3 financial years on this scheme.
Green Revolution Features Krishonnati Yojana 2018
* Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) – The purpose of this scheme is to promote the overall development of the horticulture sector and to double the number of farmers, increase the production of farmers etc. the government will spend Rs. 7533.04 crores.
* National Food Security Mission (NFSM) – An increase in the production of rice, wheat, pulses, coarse grains, commercial crops. It will be done by expanding the area and increasing productivity in the districts. This includes the improvement of soil fertility and productivity at different agricultural level for the growth of the agricultural level economy. It will also increase the availability of vegetable oils and reduce import of edible oils.
* National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) – Promoting sustainable agriculture to focus on agro ecology involving integrated agriculture, effective soil health management and resource conservation technology.
* Deposit on Agriculture Extension (SMEE) – To achieve food and nutritional security, socio-economic empowerment of farmers, institution level planning planning and implementation mechanism, effective relationship and cooperation between different stakeholders, support of HRD intervention, electronic / print Promote innovative use of media, inter personal communication and ICT tools etc.
* Sub-Mission on seed and planting material (SMSP) – Increase in quality seed production, increase in SRR, strengthen seed multiplication chain, seed production, processing, to promote new technologies in testing. All these activities will strengthen the infrastructure for seed production, storage, certification and quality.
* Sub-Mission on Agricultural Mechanization (SMAM) – To ensure adequate power supply, increase in access to agricultural mechanization to small and marginal farmers, reducing high cost of individual ownership, center for high-tech and high value agricultural equipments Promotion of custom recruitment centers to ensure creation and performance test / certification. Various designated testing centers
* Sub Mission on Plant Protection and Plan Quarantine (SMPPQ) – Deficiency of quality from pest pests, diseases, weeds, nematodes and rodents and reduction in crop yield. The primary objective is to increase the export of Indian agricultural produce in global markets and to adopt new plant protection strategies.
* Integrated Scheme on Agriculture Census, Economics and Statistics (ISACES) – It aims to study agricultural census, farming cost of crops, study research on agro-economic problems, improve agriculture statistical methods, and create hierarchical information. System on production for crop production / production from sowing.
* Integrated Scheme on Agricultural Cooperation (ISAC) – Providing Financial Assistance for improving and speeding economic conditions of cooperative societies – Cooperative development in marketing, processing, storage, computerization and weaker class programs.
* Integrated Scheme on Agricultural Marketing (ISAM) – Development of Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure for the establishment of grading, quality certification, central marketing information. Integration of markets through the network, common online platform.