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Structure of Government Schemes in Agriculture

Prashansa Pratik
Masters in Economics, Delhi School of Economics. Assistant Manager @Genpact Books, travel, writing, movies, pets

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mesosphere reaches up to -100 degree Celsius. just go and read fundamentals of physical geography 11 NCERT page no 77
Geervani P
a year ago
-90 degree C is also correct. Visit this site for further information: You might spot an inaccuracy in the answer but the manner in which you have pointed out is humiliating. It shows your mannerisms and how well you appreciate others' efforts.
Mohammed BILAL
a year ago
sister .. I just said to refer. i haven't pointed out in any humiliating way . OK let's imagine if this question appears in exam, people might carry the wrong information and mark the wrong answer. error means error that's it . many websites might say many thing but our ultimate boss is ncert. anyhow u have 2 tell anything kindly mail me
CLARIFICATION : Guys .. please note that in the last slide... I have said that central sector scheme has cost shared between centre and state.. that is an error.. in central sector scheme funding is completely by centre In centrally sponsored schemes.. funding may be shared by both centre and state or completely by centre , but implementation is by states.
Good lecture. Helped me enhance my knowledge on agriculture
please correct your definition on css ..thank u !!
Prashansa Pratik
2 years ago
ya.. sorry about it... an error while speaking
  1. Missions in Indian Agriculture -By Prashansa Pratik

  2. Target Audience . UPSC CSE aspirants both Prelims and Mains examination Other Government Exams Those who wish to understand govern Agriculture sector ment schemes in

  3. Objectives . To understand Government schemes for development of agriculture and farmer's welfare, in general, and the missions undertaken in this regard, in particular. o To help aspirants of UPSC CSE and other government exams, get a holistic understanding of these Missions, so as to secure better marks in both Prelims and Mains examinations.

  4. Contents 1. Mission forIntegrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) National Bamboo Mission 2. National Food Security Mission (NFSM) 3. National Mission For Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) 4. National Mission on Oilseeds and Oil Palm (NMOOP) 5. National Mission on Agricultural Extension and Technology (NMAET)

  5. The Department of Agriculture & Cooperation has been implementing schemes for development of agriculture and welfare of farmers in the country. These schemes have been structured into 5 Centrally Sponsored Missions, 5 Central Sector Schemes and 1 State Plan Scheme as given below: I. I. National Food Security Mission (NFSM) 2. National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) 3. National Mission on Oilseeds and Oil Palm (NMOOP) 4. National Mission on Agricultural Extension and Technology (NMAET) 5. Mission of Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) Centrally Sponsored Missions Central Sector Schemes 6. National Crop Insurance Programme (NCIP) 7. Integrated Scheme on Agriculture Cooperation (ISAC) 8. Integrated Scheme for Agriculture Marketing (ISAM) 9. Integrated Scheme on Agriculture Census, Economics & Statistics (ISACE&S) 10. Secretariat Economic Service (SES) State Plan Scheme I1. Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna (RKVY)