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  2. 2. Comparison between India and China BOOSTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY Year by year population is growing but not relatively our food grain production or GDP. If this continues ,in an agricultural country like India hungry mouths will increase and unbalanced condition will prevail. we must realize this and act immediately .
  3. 3. TO MEET THESE PROBLEMS WE PROPOSE TO FORM A COMMITTEE NAMED IAF EDUCATION PWD and R&D MARKETING & SUBSIDIES JUDICIARY & LEASING SYSTEM ASPECTS OF IAF Agriculture is governmentizedby involving themselves in leasing system with private Prevention of agriculture area from construction and creating interest and encouraging the youth to involve in agriculture. Enhancing employment in agriculture Actions for informing the schemes and subsidies to reach interior rural areas.
  4. 4. CENTRAL BODY(15 members) COMMITTEE COMMITEE IN EACH STATE(10 members) COMMITTEE COMMITTEE IN EACH DISTRICT(5 members) COMMITTEE IN EACH TALUK(5 members) COMMITTEE IN EACH PANCHAYAT(5 members) STATE COMMITTEE •Agricultural Scientists •IAS officers •Economists DISTRICT COMMITTEE •Chief Members Of Taluk •Village Committee • Retd.Judge, •Retd Bank Manager • Agriculture Activists TALUK/VILLAGE COMMITTEE •Advocates •Agricultural Graduates • Accountants Retired chief justice Heads of the eminent agricultural universities Panel of 3 IAS officers Planning commission Responsible for the settling of the disputes over agricultural land . Takes care of research and development and provides solution to the farmers in improving cultivation Responsible for providing bank loans,electricity and water supply to the farmers Monitors the existing agricultural land from being converted into the plots and buildings and also takes care of alloting funds . P R I M E M I N I S T E R MEMBERS OF THE IAF FORUM
  5. 5. Classification of crops primary crops (Wheat Rice) secondary crops (Spices Cardamom) cash crops (Cotton Jute) Others(Beverages Tea Coffee) Zones are identified for each crop all over India Each zone is graded/ranked according to the productivity Based upon the grades the share of government varies from 10-30% and private share varies accordingly •For e.g.for Rice Crop,lands producing rice in India comes under rice zone.These rice zone areas are ranked according to the productivity,export and other factors like irrigation support existing and their source of water. •Depending upon the monsoon and crop rotation over a year,the grading system varies and regional committee decides over this factor. IDENTIFICATION OF HOTSPOTS We come up with an innovative idea of shares . Contd..
  6. 6. •The shares must be provided after thorough agreement between the farmer and committee(regarding crop to be cultivated and other factors).This is carried out through the village committee approved by the state committee. •Bank loans will be sanctioned through village committee. •Insurance is a part of the share ,depending on the terrain of the region fixed by the state committee with reference to the previous history.It is provided in case of natural disasters. Gives Reports to the panchayat IAF commitee Money collected Govt/private share Product Authorized middle man SHARING & LEASING SYSTEM EMPLOYMENT SECTOR • In each state ,a separate panel is set and members for the IAF committee are recruited through an exam.Recruitment depends on relative marks with respect to requirement.
  7. 7. EDUCATION SECTOR Imparting agricultural studies from primary standards which includes theory and practical knowledge about irrigational practices,modern agricultural techniques... In higher secondary education agri - science must be made as a Separate elective. Implementing research programmes and projects tied up with industries in college level and also allocates special funds for scholarships. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Canals and rivers will be maintained and monitored by the regional IAF committee. Electricity and water supply connections are arranged to meet the demands and the gamble of monsoons. Check dams must be built as many possible . The storage facilities (dry and cold storage) are provided depending upon the needs of the farmers. Steps to be implemented in education and PWD sector •Weak Framework for Sustainable Water Management. •Deteriorating irrigation infrastructure Some prime problems are
  8. 8. Construction built in agricultural land without prior approval is punishable. Pending civil cases and corruption cases regarding agriculture will be judged soon through the farmer’s court. Hoarding activities will be monitored strictly. Non approved plots that is suitable for agriculture will be taken by the government with prior indication. Farmer’s court will be made and judgement will be given within 15 days . JUDICIARY SECTOR Introducing efficient methods of farming like mixed farming, pastoral farming co-operative farming. Hybrid, high yielding, drought resistant varieties are also developed based on the terrain of that particular region. Awareness programmes on new technologies are carried out on a regular basis to reach out to farmers. 10% of total area in every farmer’s area must be planted with trees. Seminars on recent improvements in technologies in comparison with other countries and the present scenario of the agricultural sector are presented to college graduates. Promoting high value products in non-farm sectors like horticulture, animal husbandry, fisheries & live stocks. RESEARCHANDDEVELOPMAENT SECTOR
  9. 9. Subsidies for organic fertilizers should be increased. Subsidies should be given to the farmers involving themselves in irrigating the wasteland. Farmers are encouraged by giving award for the best yield in both chemical and organic farming. Interest for Agri loan in bank can be reduced and also more Subsidies for mixed farming and cattles can be provided. Subsidies for machineries ,drip farming should be given and reached till rural areas. Subsidies The marketing is made governmentized. The middle men of each region is identified and made authorized. Cost-benefit ratio should be advantageous to farmers. The price norms will be set up by the village committee where the farmer’s reasonable claim will be considered.
  10. 10. •Agriculture is made a passion for younger generation by exploring the gates of employment by the government. •Since we have regional wise committee, our Monitoring process is made transparent and is easily accessible by the rural people. •By exporting agricultural produce Foreign exchange-reserve money will go up, thereby increasing the GDP. •Both consumer and producer are benefitted by the attractive cost-benefit ratio. • Indian standard of living will increase. •There will be no Corruption in agricultural sector. Risks involved: •Government do not see the viability of funding this project •Difficulty in integrating with government, infrastructure & Institutions.
  11. 11. Reference Agriculture in India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia_files 12th five year plan Review of Agricultural Extension in India Overview of the Organization and Structure of National Agricultural Research Systems inAsia Department of Agriculture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.htm State of Indian Agriculture 2012-13 Tanguar hoar wetlands -Community based sustainable management The world bank report-India: Priorities for Agriculture and Rural Development