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Agriculture policy approach_islambarbaruah

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Targeted at agricultural development workers the brief presentation discusses few salient features of agriculture policy approaches in India.

Targeted at agricultural development workers the brief presentation discusses few salient features of agriculture policy approaches in India.

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  • 1. Stakeholder's Meet - Sadiya, Assam, India Understanding Agriculture Policy Approach Dr M Islam Barbaruah CTA, FARMER 19/08/2006
  • 2. 19/08/2006 Stakeholder's Meet - Sadiya, Assam, India Agriculture as Knowledge Industry  Market oriented Mass Production (Scale of Op)  Increasing Technology Input  Increasing Diversification and initiative for Integration. ( Corporate farming )  Focus on competitiveness, Quality, organic production and food safety.  Increasing importance of Resource Management for productivity and profit  Increasing assortment e.g. farm inputs, job avenues
  • 3. 19/08/2006 Stakeholder's Meet - Sadiya, Assam, India Demand Side Intervention  NREGP : Increasing disposable income of rural poor.  Bharat Nirman : Triggering growth of Rural Market.  Enhancing Quality of government Schools  Enhancing Quality health care Service.  Lowering credit cost.
  • 4. 19/08/2006 Stakeholder's Meet - Sadiya, Assam, India Supply Side Strategy  Addressing specific constrains and policy distortion in low yield regions. Agro-climatic region wise planning.  Addressing Knowledge deficit that constraints productivity.  Credit availability at reasonable rate.  Diversification in to horticulture and floriculture: Emphasis on marketing linkages & Post harvest management.  Risk management
  • 5. 19/08/2006 Stakeholder's Meet - Sadiya, Assam, India Other Interventions  Prioritized Basic Agricultural Research.  Enabling environment for corporate, contract and village level group farming.  Popularization of Non farm activity to address the problem of disguised employment.  Appropriate Natural Resource Management e.g. Soil treatment, PIM ( Participatory Irrigation Management), Ground Water Management etc.  Human Resource Management.
  • 6. 19/08/2006 Stakeholder's Meet - Sadiya, Assam, India

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