Rashtriva Krishi Vikas Yojana By Smriti Sethi
.Rashtriya Krishi VikasYojana (RKVY) is an ongoing centrally sponsored scheme started from Xl Five Year Plan period It has been approved to continue as RKVY- Remunerative Approaches for Agriculture and Allied sector Rejuvenation (RKVYRAFTAAR) for three years i.e. 2017-18 to 2019-20. RKVY - RAFTAAR scheme wi incentivize States in enhancing more allocation to Agriculture and Allied Sectors to achieve 4% growth rate. It will provide considerable flexibility and autonomy to states in planning and executing programmes or investment in agriculture and allied sectors. The funds would be provided to the States as 60:40 grants between Centre and States. For North Eastern States and Himalayan States 90:10. The allocations are based up on the State plan expenditure for Agricultural sectors which is determined based on the average expenditure incurred by the State Government during the three years prior to the previous year
The preparation of the District and State Agriculture Plans is mandatory and encourages convergence with other programmes such as NREGS It will also strengthen farmer's efforts through creation of agriculture infrastructure that help in supply of quality inputs, market facilities etc. It will further promote agri-entrepreneurship and support business models that maximize returns to farmers. Sub-schemes under RKVY include Bringing Green Revolution to Eastern India (BGREI) dditional Fodder Development Programme (AFDP) Saffron Mission Crop Diversification Program Livestock Health & Disease Control / Foot & Mouth Disses (FMD) Beekeeping Targeting Rice Fallow Areas (TRFA)
The mission aims to achieve enhanced fish production in the country. The mission aims to achieve the target to enhance fisheries production from 10.79 mmt (2014-15) to 15 mmt by 2020-21 under the Blue Revolution. e Under this, potential states will be identified to strengthen the fish seed infrastructure and facilitate the establishment of hatcheries and Fingerling rearing pond. Government has identified 20 States based on their potential and other relevant factors to strengthen the Fish Fingerling production and Fish Seed infrastructure in the country. .This program will facilitate the establishment of Fingerling rearing pond and hatcheries. This will converge in the production of 20 lakh tonnes of fish annually, which wil in turn benefit about 4 million families The implementation of this program will supplement the requirement of stocking materials in the country up to a large extent, which is a much needed input to achieve the enhanced fish production.
ATIONAL MISSION ON AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND TECHNOLOGY (NMAET)
appropriat technology and improved agronomic practices to farmers. It is envisaged to be achieved by physical outreach and interactive methods of information dissemination, use of ICT, popularisation of modern and appropriate technologies, availability of quality seeds, plant protection etc. It amalgamates all the existing agricultural extension schemes and regroups in to 4 Sub Missions such as Sub Mission on Agricultural Extension (SMAE) Sub-Mission on Seed and Planting Material (SMSP) Sub Mission on Agricultural Mechanization (SMAM) Sub Mission on Plant Protection and Plant Quarantine (SMPP) Agricultural extension refers to application of scientific research and new knowledge to agricultural practices through farmer education. This includes educating the farmers towards cost effective and remunerative mechanized farming for improved productivity and sustainable farm growth.
Rashtriya Gokul Mission
The mission is launched for conservation and development of indigenous breeds in a focused and scientific manner. It is a project under National Programme for Bovine Breeding and Dairy Development. The/objectives of this mission include Conservation of indigenous breeds and their development to improve their genetic makeup, enhancing the milk productivitiy and distribution of disease free high genetic merit bulls for natural service Rashtriya Gokul Mission is being implemented through -State Implementing Agencies (SIA) viz Livestock velopment Boards Scheme is implemented on 100% grant-in-aid basis and throughout the country. Implementation Establishment of Integrated Indigenous cattle centres "Gokul Gram Establishment of Breeder's societies "Gopalan Sangh". Award to Farmers "Gopal Ratna" and Breeders societies "Kamadhenu" Assistance to institution which are repositories of best germplasm.
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