CAGDI FAQ

CAGDI

KENDRIYA KRISHI VIKAS SANSTHAN (An Autonoumous Body Undertaking By Govt. Of India As "Central Agency")

CAGDI FAQ

CAGDI Frequently Asked Questions

1. What do you mean by CAGDI ?

Central Agricultural Development Institute (CAGDI) is an autonomous public sector enterprise by the Government of India.


2. What is the concept of Central Agricultural Development Institute (CAGDI)?

The concept of Central Agricultural Development Institution (CAGDI) is to double the income of Indian farmers under the zero corruption based policy of the Central / State Government or governments, institutional policies / schemes or joint schemes or increase other income and develop the Indian economy at the global level. Or to boost GDP.


3. Who is the department included in CAGDI?

No-objection/approval/approval from Central Agricultural Development Institute state level department like Agriculture Department, Milk Department, Livestock Department, Food and Logistics Department, Horticulture and Food Processing Department, Environment Department, Home Department, Higher Education Department, AYUSH Department, Health Department etc. received.Central Agricultural Development Institute is approved by various Ministries of Government of India like Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Livestock, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Labor etc.Central Agricultural Development Institute is recognized as an autonomous subordinate government organization from the Hon'ble Prime Minister's Office.


4. In collaboration with which ministry will the institute implement the schemes?

Central / State Institute of Agricultural Development, in collaboration with various Ministries of Government of India and State Governments and others, for very low income / low income group farmers or other farmers based on marginal, ultra weak / weak / medium bank turnover in agriculture and allied sectors. Government or governments, will implement institutional schemes or joint schemes.


5. Through which medium can rural business be spread?

Rural business can be created by establishing state-of-the-art communication, energy and public utility schemes developed for the development of agriculture and agriculture-related areas in remote rural areas.


6. Which of the main factors motivates farmers to commit suicide?

The expressed reasons in order of importance behind farmer suicides were – debt, alcohol addiction, environment, low produce prices, stress and family responsibilities, apathy, poor irrigation, increased cost of cultivation, private money lenders, use of chemical fertilizers and crop failure.


7. How can the problem of loan from the bank be brought down to the minimum level?

By ensuring corruption-free availability of credit related to the agriculture sector of the banking sector and proper guidance of investment in the time-appropriate situational opportunities of loan to the beneficiary, the problem of credit from the bank can be brought down to the minimum level.


8. Which businesses in the village can be benefited by the institute?

All the areas related to agriculture and agriculture in rural areas can be benefited by the schemes of the Central Agricultural Development Institute.


9. With which training can the farmers be motivated for agricultural work?

The farmers can be motivated for agricultural work by providing modern technical and transport assistance and other support/services at the grassroots level of agriculture and related sector to the very weak, weak, small and marginal farmers without corruption.


10. What is DEDS Scheme?

he department of Animal Husbandry, dairying and fisheries is implemeting Dairy Enterpreneurship Development Scheme (DEDS) for generating self-employment opportunities in the dairy sector, covering activities such as enhancement of milk production,procurement,preservation,transportation,processing and marketing of milk by providing back ended capital subsidy for bankable projects. The scheme is being implemented by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)


11. What is PUBLIC INVESTMENT?

Public investment, investment by the state in particular assets, whether through central or local governments or through publicly owned industries or corporations.


12. What is the meaning of O.D.O.P?

One District One Product (O.D.O.P.) program.


13. What is NITI Aayog?

The National Institution for Transforming India, also called NITI Aayog, was formed via a resolution of the Union Cabinet on January 1, 2015. NITI Aayog is the premier policy 'Think Tank' of the Government of India, providing both directional and policy inputs.


14. What is Vermi Compost?

Vermi composting is a type of composting in which certain species of earthworms are used to enhance the process of organic waste conversion and produce a better end-product. It is a Mesolithic process utilizing microorganisms and earthworms. Earthworms feeds the organic waste materials and passes it through their digestive system and gives out in a granular form (cocoons) which is known as vermi compost


15. Compost be prepared in how many months?

Compost is ready to use after anywhere from one to 12 months, depending on the size of the materials placed in the compost system, the degree of management, and the intended use. Compost that will be used as a top dressing or mulch can be applied after the least amount of time.


16. What is NNKBGS?

Non NPA Farmers Banking Guarantee Scheme is a farmer freebie control policy included in institutional schemes.


17. What is synthetic milk?

Synthetic milk is manufactured by mixing glucose, urea, refined oil, milk powder and water. Other chemicals, including hydrogen peroxide, are also used.

Synthetic milk is not milk but an artificial imitation of natural milk with a high degree of adulteration to increase the volume of milk and thereby the profit. Main components of synthetic milk are water, pulverized detergent or soap, sodium hydroxide, vegetable oil, salt and urea. Most of these components such as urea, neutralizers and detergents are very harmful to human health. Presently the preparation of synthetic milk is practiced at village level but it is steadily spreading to urban areas in various Indian states.


18. What is pulses crop?

Pulses are a type of leguminous crop that are harvested solely for the dry seed. Dried beans, lentils and peas are the most commonly known and consumed types of pulses.

Pulses do not include crops which are harvested green (e.g. green peas, green beans)—these are classified as vegetable crops


19. What is the unit related to security services of Central Agricultural Development Institute?

Central Agricultural Industrial Security Force (CAGISF) is proposed as a global level security unit of the Central Agricultural Development Institution.


20. What does APMC mean?

Agricultural Produce Market Committee is the meaning of A.P.M.C.


21. What is DAC & FW ?

The Department of Agriculture, Co-operation and Farmers' Welfare (DAC&FW) is one of the three constituent department of Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare, the other two being Department of Agriculture Research and Education (DARE) and Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying.


22. What are the crops of oilseeds?

Major oilseed crops are soybean, sunflower, Brassica, canola, coconut, oil palm, rapeseed, peanuts, rice and cotton. This chapter deals with growth of oilseed crops and uses of oil obtained from these crops.


23. What is the reason for rural migration?

Agriculture is not established as a profitable business by the farmers and youth in rural areas to get disillusioned with agricultural work and the modern infrastructure for the development of agriculture and agriculture-related areas in remote rural areas is in undeveloped form. prompts to migrate.
Along with this, the non-availability of proper solutions and counseling for the financial, biological health-related situations at the village level creates a feeling of separation from the mainstream in the minds of the youth in rural areas, in which the ambitious youth migrate from the rural areas. and is found to inspire other friends as well.


24. What is MSP?

MSP is a minimum price guarantee that acts as a safety net or guarantee for farmers when they sell a particular crop. These crops are purchased by government agencies at a promised price to the farmers and the MSP cannot be changed under any circumstances. Hence the concept of MSP protects the farmers in the country in situations where there is a steep fall in the prices of the crop.


25. What is O.D.O.P.?

One District One Product Plan has been formulated to adopt the concept of self-reliant India, to provide compulsion to the rural economy and to identify all the possibilities of entrepreneurship present in a district at the global level.


26. What is Rashtriya Krishi Bima Yojana?

Keeping in view the various risks involved in agricultural production, the Ministry of Agriculture has implemented the National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) as a Central Sector Scheme from the Rabi Season of 1999-2000 to protect the farmers against these risks. Has been doing.


27. Which type of farmers will be benefited from the schemes of Central Agricultural Development Institute?

The identified farmers with marginal, poor, very weak income of the country will be benefited by the schemes of Central Agricultural Development Institute. Central Agricultural Development Institute is working on the ground to ensure contribution to the nation's GDP by increasing the income of such farmers.


28. What is the medium of DBT ?

There is an online system to send the amount recommended by the institute in the bank account of the DBT beneficiary to the account by various departments or the concerned department.


29. How will farmers get benefits in case of no account?

Central Agricultural Development Institute will ensure every registered farmer or laborer to do all types of transfers to their bank account online. In the event of not having an account, the institute will ensure that the beneficiary has his own bank account and is sufficiently educated to operate it himself.


30. Under which scheme is there a provision for safe investment?

Under the DEDS of the Institute, Uttar Pradesh Milk Policy-2018, MSP on Crop Purchase and Medicinal Agricultural Products Scheme, Grade Scheme, Livestock Development Policy/Scheme or other schemes, there is a provision for safe investment in the Central Agricultural Development Institute.


31. Will the ZCBP apply to the farmer if the complaint is found to be false?

Yes. The complainant will also be identified as guilty under zero corruption based policy if motivated by jealousy, greed, malice etc. or found to have unconfirmed and false complaint during investigation. Along with this, the investigation related to the status of the catalyst, etc. will be applicable by the farmers to induce false complaints.


32. What is the number of states to be benefited?

The area of ​​work of the Central Agricultural Development Institute is the whole of India. Under the gradual development, by the year 2024, the institute is working to implement all its plans on the entire geographical area. The number of benefited states in the financial year 2021-22 are Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Karnataka and Bihar.


33. What is a non-performing asset?

Non Performing asset (NPA) refers to a classification for loans or advances that are in default or in arrears. A loan is in arrears when principal or interest payments are late or missed. A loan is in default when the lender considers the loan agreement to be broken and the debtor is unable to meet his obligations.


34. What is the full meaning of ZCBP?

In cases of corruption/indiscipline/others in administrative/managerial/government/semi-government/institutional/other etc., under zero corruption based policy, after receiving the complaint, after the suspension method, the process of dismissal in its place was investigated. There is an institutional policy to develop the method.


35. What is Central Agricultural Development Institute?

The objective of Central Agricultural Development Institute (CAGDI) is to double the income of Indian farmers or increase other income and to boost the growth or GDP of the Indian economy at the global level. It aims to implement Central/State Governments and CAGDI schemes or joint schemes for farmers and skilled/semi-skilled/non-skilled workers of India.


36. Why is Kissan Credit Card NPA? What is the main reason for this?

NPA of Kisan Credit Card There can be many reasons for this to happen. These mainly include not using credit card debt in such arrangements which were not made keeping in mind the liabilities of the credit card. The financial irregularities and lack of ethical behavior in the utilization of credit card loans is the reason for NPA of Kisan Credit Card. guilty of being


37. Why is organic fertilizer used less?

By raising the pH of a soil, microbial growth can be encouraged, which in turn enhances biological processes, allowing nutrients to flow more freely through the soil. When nutrients flow freely they are more accessible to plants and can therefore increase plant health and mass. In this way, organic manure works very effectively to increase and conserve the fertility of the soil.


38. What is the minimum and maximum capacity of milk production under DEDS scheme?

For detailed information about Dairy Interpreneurship Development Scheme (D.E.D.S.) visit the official website of Kendriya Krishi Vikas Sansthan https://www.cagdi.in or visit http://www.nabard.org.


39. What is the scope of Ministry of AYUSH?

The objectives and functions of the Ministry of AYUSH include:

To strengthen the implementation of national and community health programmes.

To strengthen the functionality of different facilities

To promote the development and growth of Siddha System of Medicine all around the world.

To promote research conduction on various aspects of Siddha Medicine.

To provide postgraduate students with high-quality teaching.

To promote postgraduate students with knowledge and research aptitude in the subjects of Modern Science.

To promote AYUSH Medicine systems via cost-effective services and grant universal access through the upgradation of AYUSH Hospitals and Dispensaries.

To strengthen educational systems and facilitate quality control of Unani, Siddha and Ayurveda.


40. What is the PPP model?

Public-private partnership (PPP) is a funding model for a public infrastructure project such as a new telecommunications system, airport or power plant. The public partner is represented by the government at a local, state and/or national level. The private partner can be a privately-owned business, public corporation or consortium of businesses with a specific area of expertise.


41. How will the Central Agricultural Development Institute monitor its work?

Honorarium/other remuneration will be payable for various contract/other posts sanctioned by the Central Agricultural Development Institute. The 7th Pay Commission may be applicable to the selected candidates at various stages under the Zero Corruption Based Policy, institutional or after the approval of the Government of India.


42. What type of investment will be made in FDI?

Foreign direct investments can be made in a variety of ways, including the opening of a subsidiary or associate company in a foreign country, acquiring a controlling interest in an existing foreign company, or by means of a merger or joint venture with a foreign company.

Foreign direct investments are commonly categorized as being horizontal, vertical or conglomerate. A horizontal direct investment refers to the investor establishing the same type of business operation in a foreign country as it operates in its home country
A vertical investment is one in which different but related business activities from the investor's main business are established or acquired in a foreign country, such as when a manufacturing company acquires an interest in a foreign company that supplies parts or raw materials required for the manufacturing company to make its products
A conglomerate type of foreign direct investment is one where a company or individual makes a foreign investment in a business that is unrelated to its existing business in its home country.
Instead of foreign direct investment in institutional schemes, it accepts interest based foreign investment.


43. What is MoU?

A memorandum of understanding is an agreement between two or more parties outlined in a formal document. It is not legally binding but signals the willingness of the parties to move forward with a contract.


The MOU can be seen as the starting point for negotiations as it defines the scope and purpose of the talks. Such memoranda are most often seen in international treaty negotiations but also may be used in high-stakes business dealings such as merger talks.


44. What is DPR?

Detailed Project Report (DPR) Proposal is a very detailed and detailed plan for a project which shows the overall program, various roles and responsibilities, activities and resources required for the project.


45. What is online monitoring?

The system compiles all relevant information about every project in one system. These data can then be accessed by different users (beneficiaries, committees, controllers, the Joint Secretariat etc.) depending on the user rights of each user and what they need to know. All project handling (e.g. project application, reporting, changes, first level control designation, day-to-day communication) will take place through the online monitoring system and in this sense the system will fully support the vast majority of programme operations and activity.


46. Who will get the benefits of the investment plan and how?

Investments in Institutional Secured Investment Schemes make the investors of the Government of India creating assets and the investments made by the investors are completely protected under governmental arrangements.


47. What is MSP? What is its usefulness?

Minimum Support Price (MSP) is a fixed price paid by the Government of India to farmers whenever they procure a particular crop. It is fixed prior to the sowing season to encourage higher investment and production of agricultural commodities


48. Which food crops are included under the MSP scheme?

For the financial year 2021-22 food crops and other items list for purchase on MSP released by Central Government:
Paddy, Jowar, Bajra, Maize, Ragi, Arhar (Tur), Moong, Urad, Cotton, Groundnut in shell, Sunflower seed, Soyabeen, Sesamum, Nigerseed, Wheat, Barley, Gram, Masur (Lentil), Rapeseed & Mustard, Safflower, Toria, Copra, De-husked coconut, Sugarcane, Potato, Onion, Garlic, Jeera, Cardamom Big, Cardamom Small, Coriander, Turmeric .

The List is subject to get updated time to time.

Under institutional e-commerce, a total of 108 types of food items have been included on the basis of seasonal changes, category wise.


49. What is Milk Collection Center?

The Milk Collection Center is the unit of Institutional Nyaya Panchayat level milk collection.


50. What is the work of Milk Collection Center?

Under the Animal Husbandry and Milk Scheme, raw milk collection etc. produced by the registered farmer members are done.


51. What is Panchakarma unit?

An Ayurvedic Panchakarma or PK is a detoxing programme with long-lasting health benefits. Panchakarma in Sanskrit means 'five actions' which are treatments that are integral to the ayurvedic process of purifying the body.


52. What is CAISF?

The Central Development Institute to be established is set up by the Central/State Government. Offused will be on the basis of zoological change.


53. What is NITI Aayog?

NITI is a public policy think tank of the Government of India, established with the aim to achieve sustainable development goals with cooperative federalism by fostering the involvement of State Governments of India in the economic policy-making process using a bottom-up approach


54. What is grade scheme?

A grading scheme is a set of criteria that measures varying levels of achievement in a course. Account-level grading schemes are grading schemes that can be defined at the account or sub-account level for the entire institution. On a course level, instructors can apply grading schemes to both students' final grades and individual assignments. Without a grading scheme, scores are not measured against any specific standard.


55. What is the scope of the grade scheme?

The grade scheme can have different scope.


56. Which are the other departments of CAGDI?

For other departments of Kendriya Krishi Vikas Sansthan, please visit the official website of the institute https://www.cagdi.in.


57. What is the maximum time limit for testing in ZCBP?

The maximum time limit for investigation in Z.C.B.P. will be 45 days or depending on the institutional orders or classified category.


58. What is meant by cooperative?

A cooperative is a private business organization that is owned and controlled by the people who use its products, supplies or services. Although cooperatives vary in type and membership size, all were formed to meet the specific objectives of members, and are structured to adapt to member's changing needs. Cooperatives are formed by individuals who coordinate among themselves (horizontal coordination) to achieve vertical integration in their business activities.


59. In how many stages will the investigation be done under ZCBP?

Under the zero corruption based policy, it is proposed to ensure investigation in three phases or in the order of institutional permissions.


60. How much milk storage capacity has been fixed per division?

Milk storage capacity of 2 lakh to 20 lakh liters is proposed per division by the Kendriya Krishi Vikas Sansthan.


61. What is the purpose of crop insurance scheme?

The purpose of crop insurance scheme is to compensate the loss of farmers etc.


62. What are the characteristics of vermi compost manure?

Vermicompost for soil is completely safe and natural.


63. How much is the loan (subsidized) on dairy parlors under DEDS scheme?

Kindly visit the official website of the institute https://www.cagdi.in/.


64. What is the approximate number of veterinary clinics under DEDS scheme?

Kindly visit the official website of the institute https://www.cagdi.in/.


65. Tell about the major schemes of the institute?

Kindly visit the official website of the institute https://www.cagdi.in/.


66. What are the benefits of investing in an institute?

Under the Institutional Investment Scheme by the Central Agricultural Development Institute, by investing in compound interest (institutional investment scheme based) in the Central / State Government or Governments or Institutional Government Schemes, the invested money will be completely safe and the investors will be informed about the use of the money invested by them, place and other information. The investors will be available on the login panel provided by the institutional.


67. In what time will the payment reach the farmers' account through NEFT and RTGS?

On the basis of time-to-time changes by the Central Agricultural Development Institution law/policy, payment will be deposited in the account of registered farmers as per rules or on memorandum of understanding basis in a working period of about 12-32 hours. The transfer of payment will be ensured through NEFT / RTGS .


68. By what means has the system of online monitoring been made?

The system of online monitoring through Global Positioning System (GPS) technology is proposed by the Central Agricultural Development Institute for the implementation of institutional plans or online monitoring of all types of units.


69. Under the double income scheme, how many farmers will be there per gram sabha?

Central Agricultural Development Institute will benefit at least 60 registered farmers (in order of DEDS and other milk policies) per gram sabha @ 60 on the basis of seasonal/geographical changes.


70. How can the middleman system be abolished?

By adopting transparent technology in the country, the middleman system can be minimized or eliminated by creating employment at the village level. The middleman system can be minimized or eliminated by providing a strong means of employment (involved in the institutional scheme) to the unemployed middlemen.


71. Direct or indirect employment by CAGDI under the Milk and Agriculture Policy DEDS scheme What is the number of .

Under the Milk and Agriculture Policy DEDS scheme by the Central Agricultural Development Institute, the number of direct or indirect employment will be included in the institutional target @ 3.5 crore self-employment (direct/indirect) on the basis of seasonal/geographical changes or according to the availability of institutional finance.


72. Krishak Seva Kendra/Mini Collection Center/Milk for purchase at minimum support price What is the approximate number of collection centers ?

The estimated number of Krishak Seva Kendras / Mini Collection Centers / Milk Collection Centers proposed for purchase by the Central Agricultural Development Institute at the minimum support price is dependent on the Nyaya Panchayat level or institutional consent.


73. What is the approximate number of farmers under the medicinal scheme?

Under the Medicinal Agricultural Products Scheme of Central Agricultural Development Institute, 10000 (ten thousand) registered farmers per district will be targeted on the basis of seasonal/geographical changes.


74. What is the estimated cost per bigha or per farmer under the medicinal scheme?

Under the Medicinal Agricultural Products Scheme of the Central Agricultural Development Institute, the cost per bigha is dependent on medicinal agricultural crops covered by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.


75. What is the estimated income to be received per bigha?

The income per bigha is fixed according to the crops, which will be variable.


76. How many times will the income be received under the medicinal scheme in a year?

Under the Medicinal Agricultural Products Scheme, the annual income with subsidy will be received twice a year.


77. Give the details of total employment of Marketing/Sales Unit of Central Agricultural Development Institute?

Please visit the official website of Kendriya Krishi Vikas Sansthan https://www.cagdi.in/ for the total number of jobs in Marketing/Sales/Unit.


78. What is the total number of employment potential in Marketing/Sales/Unit?

Visit the official website of Kendriya Krishi Vikas Sansthan https://www.cagdi.in/ for the total number of jobs in Marketing/Sales/Unit.


79. What is Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana?

Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) launched by Hon'ble Prime Minister of India on 18th February 2016 is an insurance service for farmers for their produce. It was designed in line with the One Nation One Plan theme by combining the two earlier schemes, National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) and Modified National Agriculture Insurance Scheme (MNAIS), by incorporating their best features and removing their inherent shortcomings (shortcomings). . It aims to reduce the premium burden on the farmers and ensure speedy settlement of crop assurance claim for the full sum insured.


80. How farmer suicides can be prevented?

Depressed marginal / very poor / poor / medium bank turnover based very low / low income or NPA by the Central Agricultural Development Institute. Establishment of strong farmers or self-reliant farmers will be ensured by involving the indebted farming class with artificial intelligence or other physical tests/surveys/inspection in institutional schemes/projects.

Here are some solutions that could help in improving the state of the farmers:

1.The dependency of agriculture on nature should be reduced. This calls for effective management of water during seasons of good monsoons. Prevention of crop failure should be the primary aim of the Government. In most cases, it is not the lack of water but the lack of proper management on the government's part that causes water shortage .

2. Making institutional finance available to every farmer is another important solution to save to the farmers from debt trap of money lenders.Effective monitoring of the disbursed funds is also required because in many cases, the poor farmer is used as a front-end while in fact the benefit of the loan is availed by a bigger land owner.

3. The government could also explore the possibility of pooling of the lands of small farmers and making a bigger chunk of economically cultivable land.

4. Small farmers should be encouraged to develop alternative sources of income and the government should take up the responsibility of providing training to the farmers to acquire new skills. In drought affected areas, the Government could start alternative employment generation programmes to reduce the dependency on agriculture as the sole source of income.


81. How can agriculture be developed as a business?

Under the institutional rules/schemes from time to time, by providing new and modern agricultural techniques to the farmers at the village level and providing complete information related to it, by providing new and modern agricultural techniques, agriculture sector as a profitable business. will be made professional.


82. How can the utility of indigenous breed cows be increased?

The utility of indigenous breed cows will be increased in the order of livestock development policy by ensuring the milk and milk products produced by them according to the market demand/supply principle under a high-level processed system while preserving/promoting/making indigenous breed cows.


83. What is market demand-supply theory?

supply and the law of demand/supply is a theory that explains the purchase or requirement of products between sellers and buyers/customers according to the need for a resource and buyers/customers with market base.The theory defines the relationship between the price of a given product and the desire/need of people to buy or sell it.


84. What should farmers do to keep them engaged in agriculture?

Under the institutional rules/schemes from time to time, farmers can be retained in the agriculture sector by adopting new and modern agricultural techniques by providing the farmers with the skills and complete information related to new and modern agricultural techniques at the village level.


85. How should production be maintained in the agriculture sector?

Under the institutional rules/schemes from time to time, by providing the farmers with the skill of new and modern agricultural techniques and complete information related to them, the production can be maintained in the agricultural sector by adopting new and modern agricultural techniques to the farmers.


86. How to motivate farmers to adopt new and modern agricultural techniques?

Under the institutional rules/schemes from time to time, farmers will be motivated to adopt new and modern agricultural techniques by providing skill and complete information related to new and modern agricultural techniques to the farmers at the village level.


87. For the construction of a divisional level joint large industrial unit or institution in the state of Uttar Pradesh What are the approximate numbers?

The estimated number of construction of a divisional level joint large industrial unit or institution in the state of Uttar Pradesh is available on the official website of the institution https://www.cagdi.in/.


88. Medicinal Plants Mission is under which ministry?

Medicinal Plants Mission is under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.


89. What is the percentage of grant under medicinal plants?

Under the Medicinal Agricultural Products Scheme, the AYUSH Mission is covered under the grant rules available at https://www.nmpb.nic.in/ issued by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.


90. What is DEDS?

Dairy entrepreneurship development scheme (DEDS) A centrally sponsored scheme implemented through NABARD with an objective to promote setting up of modern dairy farms for production of clean milk, encourage heifer calf rearing, bring structural changes in the unorganized sector and generate self employment.


91. What are the benefits to farmers from DEDS?

The main benefits of the scheme are:

i) To set up modern dairy farms for clean milk production and distribution
ii) To conserve good quality breeding stock
iii) To financially support the unorganized sector and bring structural changes at the village level.


92. How will the country benefit from DEDS?

While providing the benefit of milk entrepreneurship development scheme to the low income farming class with potential, proper utilization of their potential by including them in the high income farming class, in the development of the national interest, in the form of a developed farmer class to provide revenue for the nation/states for the establishment of a developed nation. installation will be ensured.


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Important Notice for Central Office / Headquarters

The order diary number 472175 dated 17 January 2020 issued on the purchase proposal presented in front of Shri Agriculture Secretary, Government of India, New Delhi on 17 January 2020 for the establishment of a private central office/headquarters by the Central Agricultural Development Institute. Under the proposal letter No. 43/KVS/2019-20 dated January 20, 2020 issued from the Central Agricultural Development Institute, Mr. Assistant Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, issued approval/suggestion order number 366924/S.M. .(T.S.) dated 23.03.2020 immediately Mr. Agriculture Secretary to the Government of India New Delhi 106/KVVNo./2019-20 dated February 26, 2020 regarding procurement proceedings report/proposal/report or grant of institutional approval Was done. Order number CRCD000732687864 dated 30 January 2020 issued to Hon'ble Chief Minister, UP Government on the purchase proposal for the establishment of Central Office / Headquarters, Order No.-Grey.No./Institutional/2020/995 dated January 30, 2020. 04.02.2020 The proceedings have been completed. Proposed establishment of Central Office / Headquarters at NCRK Greater Noida.

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