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All the eleven schemes/missions under Green Revolution- Krishonnati Yojana have been discussed in this lesson.

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Tina Malhotra
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ma'm please continue with this course... it is extremely beneficial.
ma'm please continue with this course... it is extremely beneficial.
ma'm please continue with this course... it is extremely beneficial.
ma'm please continue with this course... it is extremely beneficial.
ma'm please continue with this course... it is extremely beneficial.
  1. KRISHONATTIO YOJANA BY TINA MALHOTRA


  2. YOJANA 1. APPROVAL FOR THE YOJANA The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for the Umbrella Scheme, "Green Revolution - Krishonnati Yojana" in agriculture sector beyond 12th Five Year Plan for the period from 2017-18 to 2019-20 with the Central Share of Rs. 33,269.976 crore. 2. The Umbrella scheme comprises of 11 Schemes/Missions. 3. AIM OF THE SCHEMES: - look to develop the agriculture and allied sector in a holistic and scientific manner -to increase the income of farmers by enhancing production and better returns on produce.


  3. SCHEME (i) Mission for Integrated Development of Horticutre (MIDH) with a total central share of Rs. 7533.04 crore, MIDH aims to promote growth of horticulture sector. (ii) National Food Security Mission (NFSM), including National Mission on Oil Seeds and Oil Palm (NMOOP), with a total central share of Rs.6893.38 crore. It aims to increase production of rice, wheat, pulses, coarse cereals and commercial crops. (iii) National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) with a total central share of Rs.3980.82 crore. NMSA aims at promoting sustainable agriculture practices best suitable to the specific agro-ecology focusing on integrated farming.


  4. SCHEMES (iv) Submission on Agriculture Extension (SMAE) with a total central share of Rs.2961.26 crore. SMAE aims to strengthen the ongoing extension mechanism of State Governments, local bodies etc., achieving food and nutritional security. (v) Sub-Mission on Seeds and Planting Material (SMSP) with a total central share of Rs.920.6 crore. SMSP aims to increase production of certified or quality seed. (vi) Sub-Mission on Agricultural Mechanisation (SMAM) with a total central share of Rs.3250 crore. SMAM aims to increase the reach of farm mechanization to small and marginal farmers (vii) Sub Mission on Plant Protection and Plan Quarantine (SMPPQ) with a total central share of Rs. 1 022.67 crore. SMPPQ aims to minimize loss to quality and yield of agricultural crops.


  5. SCHEMES (vii) Integrated Scheme on Agriculture Census, Economics and Statistics (ISACES) with a total central share of Rs. 730.58 crore. -Research studies on agro-economic problems (ix) Integrated Scheme on Agricultural Cooperation (ISAC) with a total central share of Rs. 1902.636 crore. It aims to provide financial assistance for improving the economic conditions of cooperatives (x) Integrated Scheme on Agricultural Marketing (ISAM) with a total central share of 3863.93 crore. ISAM aims to develop agricultural marketing infrastructure. (xi) National e-Governance Plan (NeGP-A) with a total central share of 211.06 crore aims to bring farmer centricity & service orientation to the programmes.