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A PRESENTATION ON
NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY
PRESENTED BY:-DEBANJAN MONDAL
DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE,4TH SEMESTER
SEACOM SKILLS UNIVERSITY.
SUB-AGRI-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT.
BOLPUR,SANTINIKETAN,
WEST BENGAL, INDIA
NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY OF INDIA 2000, POWER POINT PRESENTATION
NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY 2000 IN INDIA:-
The New Agricultural Policy 2000 policy aims a growth rate of
4% per year by the year 2020. The approach towards this
focuses on:
 Strengthening rural infrastructure.
 Promoting value addition by speedy growth of agri-
business.
 Increase employment opportunities in rural areas to improve
standard of living and discourage migration of rural
population.
 To face the challenges of economic liberalization by
fulfilling the needs of the domestic and foreign markets.
The salient features of the new agricultural policy:-
 Over 4 per cent annual growth rate aimed over next twenty years.
 Participation of the private sector by encouraging contract farming.
 Price protection for farmers along with the launch of the National
agricultural insurance scheme to protect farmers in case crops are
destroyed.
 Removing of restrictions on movement of agricultural commodities
throughout the country.
 Rational utilization of country’s water resources for optimum use of
irrigation potential.
 High priority to development of animal husbandry, poultry, dairy and
aquaculture
The salient features of the new agricultural policy:-
 Encouraging Capital inflow and ensuring that there are assured
markets for crop production.
 Exemption from payment of capital gains tax on compulsory
acquisition of agricultural land.
 Minimize fluctuations in commodity prices by taking ,
necessary steps and Continuous monitoring of international
prices.
 Plant varieties to be protected through a legislation.
 Adequate and timely supply of quality inputs to farmers.
 High priority to rural electrification.
 Setting up of agro-processing units and creation of off-farm
employment in rural areas.
Issues Under Focus:-
 Sustainable agriculture.
 Food and nutritional security.
 Generation and transfer of technology.
 Inputs management.
 Incentives for agriculture.
 Investments in agriculture.
 Institutional structure.
 Risk management including other management
reforms
Sustainableagriculture:-
 Promote technically sound, economically viable, environmentally
non degrading, socially acceptable use of resource.
 Safe conservation of plant and animal genetic resources
indigenously and exogenously which confirms our food security.
 Intensive use of bio-technologies evolving plants that consumes
less water, drought resistant, pest resistant, content more nutrition ,
higher yield, environmentally safe.
 Balance and conjunctive use biomass, organic and inorganic
fertilizers.
 Control use of chemicals through IPM & INM.
 Utilization of urban and rural garbage as organic matter.
Use of biotechnology
Sustainableagriculture:-
 Encouraging farmers to take up farm /agro-forestry.
 Involvement of Landless laborers in pasture/forestry program
to elevated their economic condition.
 Government of INDIA has launched NATIONAL MISSON FOR
SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE to suggesting farmers about
certain measures in crops and animal husbandry during
unfavorable climatic conditions.
 Other activities:-conduct research and development , absorb
the improved technology and best practices ,develop physical
and financial infrastructure , promote capacity building , dry
land agriculture and integrated farming systems , link research
stations with farms.
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT
FOODANDNUTRITIONAL SECURITY:-
 Modification of food crops with higher nutritional value by
using bio-technology particularly genetic modification.
 Improvement in horticulture like roots and tubers , plantation
crops aromatic and medicinal crops, bee keeping , sericulture in
rural areas.
 Use of plant tissue culture laboratories , seed farms , regional
nurseries for production of HYV seeds , precision farming & bio
control of pests.
 Diversification of agriculture with poultry , dairying and
aquaculture will receive high priority.
 An integrated approach to marine and inland fisheries to
promote aquaculture practices.
FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE BEE KEEPING
BEE KEEPING
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
(DAIRY,POULTRY,DUCKERY)
SERICULTURE
FOODANDNUTRITIONAL SECURITY:-
 THE NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION was launched in
2007-08 in 311 districts of 17 states to increase production of
cereals and pulses.
 Sustainable increase in productivity by maintaining the fertility
of the soil and of the farms.
 Creation of employment opportunities.
 Increase farmer’s incomes to make them confident.
GENERATIONANDTRANSFEROF TECHNOLOGY: -
 Location specific cultivation of economically viable species of
agricultural and horticultural crops will be accorded high
priority.
 Application of technologies like BIOTECHNOLOGY,REMOTE
SENSING TECHNOLOGY,ENERGY SAVING
TECHNOLOGY,TECHNOLOGY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION will be encouraged.
 Upgradation of Agricultural Education & orientation towards
education standards , vocationalization.
 Research and Extension linkages through KVKs and NGOs for
innovative and decentralized changes will be introduced.
 Farmers Organizations, co-operatives, corporate sector and
para-technicians AG-Extension should br encouraged.
INPUTS MANAGE MENT:-
 Timely supply of inputs like seeds, fertilizers, plant protection
chemicals, bio pesticides & agri-machineries at reasonable
cost and credit.
 Optimized use of OM and biofertilizers.
 Certification system of seeds through Private agency will
receive a high priority.
 A NATIONAL SEED GRID was established to provide seeds to
the rural people during natural calamities.
 NATIONAL SEED CORPORATION(NSC) & STATE FARMERS
CO-OPERATION OF INDIA(SFCI) will be restructured.
 SEED VILLAGE SCHEME AND SEED BANK SCHEME will be
established to provide quality and timely supply of seeds.
ON FARM STORAGE
SEED BANK
IRRIGATION SYSTEM
FERTILIZER APPLICATION
INCENTIVES FOR AGRICULTURE:-
 favorable economic environment for increasing capital formation
and farmer’s own investments by removal of distortions in the
incentive regime for agriculture , rationalization of domestic tax
structure.
 Protecting the farmers from price fluctuations in world market,
 All domestic market will be liberalized , to ensure the farmers got
enough income according to their hard work.
 To promote exports, the strategy would be to diversify agricultural
production and setting up a supportive public management system.
 Rationalization of taxes for crops and other major food grain.
 Farmers will be exempted from payment of capital gains tax on
compulsory acquisition of agricultural land.
INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE:-
 A conducive climate will be created through a favourable price
and trade regime to promote farmers own investments as also
investments by industries producing inputs for agriculture and
agro-based industries.
 Private sector investments in agriculture will also be
encouraged more particularly in areas like agricultural
research, human resource development, post-harvest
management and marketing.
 Irrigation facilities will be improved and availability of water
will increase.
 Storage facilities got priority as also transportation to reduce
post harvest losses.
 Collaboration of farmers with co-operatives.
STORAGE OF GRAINS
PLANT GENETIC RESOURCE
INSTITUTIONALSTRUCTURE :-
 Institutional reforms will be so pursued as to channelize their
energies for achieving greater productivity and production,
The approach to rural development of all over the country on
the pattern of north-western States.
 Redistribution of surplus lands and waste lands among the
landless farmers.
 Development of lease markets for increasing the size of
holdings by making legal provisions for giving private lands
on lease for cultivation and agri-business.
 The rural credit institutions will be geared to promote savings,
investments and risk management.
 The endeavour will be to-ensure distribution equity in the
disbursement of credit.
RISK MANAGEMENT:-
 National Agriculture Insurance Scheme covering all farmers and
all crops throughout the country with built-in provisions for
protecting farmers from natural disasters, price fluctuations,
 The Central Government will continue to discharge its
responsibility to ensure remunerative prices for agricultural
produce through announcement of Minimum Support Prices
(MSPs) policy for major agricultural commodities.
 To increase exports, products would be graded and
standardized.
 Remote sensing would be made to collect, collate and
disseminate data on agricultural prices for the use of farmers
SHORTCOMINGS OF NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY:-
 As per guidelines INDIA has failed to gain of Agricultural Input 4%
per year till 2020.
 the New Policy has also failed to identify those backward states
which are still lagging in utilizing their agricultural potential.
 the New Policy argued in favour of encouraging private
investment in agriculture which would help the big farmers, but
the large numbers of small farmers are not going to be benefitted.
 Private sector participation through contract farming is not a
suitable solution in labour-surplus economy.
 Lack of communication between central and state government in
implementing new policy.
THANK YOU

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NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY OF INDIA 2000, POWER POINT PRESENTATION

  • 1. A PRESENTATION ON NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY PRESENTED BY:-DEBANJAN MONDAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE,4TH SEMESTER SEACOM SKILLS UNIVERSITY. SUB-AGRI-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. BOLPUR,SANTINIKETAN, WEST BENGAL, INDIA
  • 3. NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY 2000 IN INDIA:- The New Agricultural Policy 2000 policy aims a growth rate of 4% per year by the year 2020. The approach towards this focuses on:  Strengthening rural infrastructure.  Promoting value addition by speedy growth of agri- business.  Increase employment opportunities in rural areas to improve standard of living and discourage migration of rural population.  To face the challenges of economic liberalization by fulfilling the needs of the domestic and foreign markets.
  • 4. The salient features of the new agricultural policy:-  Over 4 per cent annual growth rate aimed over next twenty years.  Participation of the private sector by encouraging contract farming.  Price protection for farmers along with the launch of the National agricultural insurance scheme to protect farmers in case crops are destroyed.  Removing of restrictions on movement of agricultural commodities throughout the country.  Rational utilization of country’s water resources for optimum use of irrigation potential.  High priority to development of animal husbandry, poultry, dairy and aquaculture
  • 5. The salient features of the new agricultural policy:-  Encouraging Capital inflow and ensuring that there are assured markets for crop production.  Exemption from payment of capital gains tax on compulsory acquisition of agricultural land.  Minimize fluctuations in commodity prices by taking , necessary steps and Continuous monitoring of international prices.  Plant varieties to be protected through a legislation.  Adequate and timely supply of quality inputs to farmers.  High priority to rural electrification.  Setting up of agro-processing units and creation of off-farm employment in rural areas.
  • 6. Issues Under Focus:-  Sustainable agriculture.  Food and nutritional security.  Generation and transfer of technology.  Inputs management.  Incentives for agriculture.  Investments in agriculture.  Institutional structure.  Risk management including other management reforms
  • 7. Sustainableagriculture:-  Promote technically sound, economically viable, environmentally non degrading, socially acceptable use of resource.  Safe conservation of plant and animal genetic resources indigenously and exogenously which confirms our food security.  Intensive use of bio-technologies evolving plants that consumes less water, drought resistant, pest resistant, content more nutrition , higher yield, environmentally safe.  Balance and conjunctive use biomass, organic and inorganic fertilizers.  Control use of chemicals through IPM & INM.  Utilization of urban and rural garbage as organic matter.
  • 9. Sustainableagriculture:-  Encouraging farmers to take up farm /agro-forestry.  Involvement of Landless laborers in pasture/forestry program to elevated their economic condition.  Government of INDIA has launched NATIONAL MISSON FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE to suggesting farmers about certain measures in crops and animal husbandry during unfavorable climatic conditions.  Other activities:-conduct research and development , absorb the improved technology and best practices ,develop physical and financial infrastructure , promote capacity building , dry land agriculture and integrated farming systems , link research stations with farms.
  • 10. INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGY INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT
  • 11. FOODANDNUTRITIONAL SECURITY:-  Modification of food crops with higher nutritional value by using bio-technology particularly genetic modification.  Improvement in horticulture like roots and tubers , plantation crops aromatic and medicinal crops, bee keeping , sericulture in rural areas.  Use of plant tissue culture laboratories , seed farms , regional nurseries for production of HYV seeds , precision farming & bio control of pests.  Diversification of agriculture with poultry , dairying and aquaculture will receive high priority.  An integrated approach to marine and inland fisheries to promote aquaculture practices.
  • 12. FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE BEE KEEPING BEE KEEPING
  • 14. FOODANDNUTRITIONAL SECURITY:-  THE NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION was launched in 2007-08 in 311 districts of 17 states to increase production of cereals and pulses.  Sustainable increase in productivity by maintaining the fertility of the soil and of the farms.  Creation of employment opportunities.  Increase farmer’s incomes to make them confident.
  • 15. GENERATIONANDTRANSFEROF TECHNOLOGY: -  Location specific cultivation of economically viable species of agricultural and horticultural crops will be accorded high priority.  Application of technologies like BIOTECHNOLOGY,REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGY,ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGY,TECHNOLOGY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION will be encouraged.  Upgradation of Agricultural Education & orientation towards education standards , vocationalization.  Research and Extension linkages through KVKs and NGOs for innovative and decentralized changes will be introduced.  Farmers Organizations, co-operatives, corporate sector and para-technicians AG-Extension should br encouraged.
  • 16. INPUTS MANAGE MENT:-  Timely supply of inputs like seeds, fertilizers, plant protection chemicals, bio pesticides & agri-machineries at reasonable cost and credit.  Optimized use of OM and biofertilizers.  Certification system of seeds through Private agency will receive a high priority.  A NATIONAL SEED GRID was established to provide seeds to the rural people during natural calamities.  NATIONAL SEED CORPORATION(NSC) & STATE FARMERS CO-OPERATION OF INDIA(SFCI) will be restructured.  SEED VILLAGE SCHEME AND SEED BANK SCHEME will be established to provide quality and timely supply of seeds.
  • 19. INCENTIVES FOR AGRICULTURE:-  favorable economic environment for increasing capital formation and farmer’s own investments by removal of distortions in the incentive regime for agriculture , rationalization of domestic tax structure.  Protecting the farmers from price fluctuations in world market,  All domestic market will be liberalized , to ensure the farmers got enough income according to their hard work.  To promote exports, the strategy would be to diversify agricultural production and setting up a supportive public management system.  Rationalization of taxes for crops and other major food grain.  Farmers will be exempted from payment of capital gains tax on compulsory acquisition of agricultural land.
  • 20. INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE:-  A conducive climate will be created through a favourable price and trade regime to promote farmers own investments as also investments by industries producing inputs for agriculture and agro-based industries.  Private sector investments in agriculture will also be encouraged more particularly in areas like agricultural research, human resource development, post-harvest management and marketing.  Irrigation facilities will be improved and availability of water will increase.  Storage facilities got priority as also transportation to reduce post harvest losses.  Collaboration of farmers with co-operatives.
  • 21. STORAGE OF GRAINS PLANT GENETIC RESOURCE
  • 22. INSTITUTIONALSTRUCTURE :-  Institutional reforms will be so pursued as to channelize their energies for achieving greater productivity and production, The approach to rural development of all over the country on the pattern of north-western States.  Redistribution of surplus lands and waste lands among the landless farmers.  Development of lease markets for increasing the size of holdings by making legal provisions for giving private lands on lease for cultivation and agri-business.  The rural credit institutions will be geared to promote savings, investments and risk management.  The endeavour will be to-ensure distribution equity in the disbursement of credit.
  • 23. RISK MANAGEMENT:-  National Agriculture Insurance Scheme covering all farmers and all crops throughout the country with built-in provisions for protecting farmers from natural disasters, price fluctuations,  The Central Government will continue to discharge its responsibility to ensure remunerative prices for agricultural produce through announcement of Minimum Support Prices (MSPs) policy for major agricultural commodities.  To increase exports, products would be graded and standardized.  Remote sensing would be made to collect, collate and disseminate data on agricultural prices for the use of farmers
  • 24. SHORTCOMINGS OF NEW AGRICULTURAL POLICY:-  As per guidelines INDIA has failed to gain of Agricultural Input 4% per year till 2020.  the New Policy has also failed to identify those backward states which are still lagging in utilizing their agricultural potential.  the New Policy argued in favour of encouraging private investment in agriculture which would help the big farmers, but the large numbers of small farmers are not going to be benefitted.  Private sector participation through contract farming is not a suitable solution in labour-surplus economy.  Lack of communication between central and state government in implementing new policy.