AGRICULTURE project report

Agriculture & Allied Activities

agriculture project report

Agriculture is the art and science of cultivating the soil, growing crops and raising livestock. It includes the preparation of plant and animal products for people to use and their distribution to markets.

Agriculture provides most of the world’s food and fabrics. Cotton, wool, and leather are all agricultural products. Agriculture also provides wood for construction and paper products. These products, as well as the agricultural methods used, may vary from one part of the world to another.

India is an agrarian economy, with over 50% of the population dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. As of 2020, the sector accounted for ~16% of India’s gross domestic product (GDP).

With the rising population, food insecurity and malnutrition have become serious threats. The world’s population is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030 and 9.7 billion by 2050; therefore, it is necessary to take measures to tackle these growing threats. Agriculture is the foundation for ensuring food security, and therefore, has been the focus of policy formation. Some common policy measures to strengthen  the agriculture sector have been input subsidies, access to finance, price stabilisation, risk management, land policies, consumer-related subsidies, food safety net, trading and market development policies.


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In India, over the past decades, various reforms have been undertaken to harness the potential of the Indian agriculture sector fully. Agriculture is a key driver of the Indian economy and continues to be the source of income for the majority of its population. However, certain challenges persist in the sector, such as low productivity, sub-optimum price realisation by farmers, lack of market connectivity, post-harvest losses, etc. In a recent initiative to empower farmers, the Government of India presented the agenda of “Doubling Farmers’ Income”  by 2022. There are multiple supportive schemes to boost agriculture and allied activities are being offered by the Govt. of India. To obtain the benefits and setup/strengthen your agriculture, you will need a good quality of project report.

Agriculture project report contains detailed information and calculations of your project related to agriculture, 'Agriculture and allied' industry is further divided into several segments, namely: - • Horticulture and its allied sectors (including fruits and vegetables, flowers, plantation crops, spices, aromatic and medicinal plants) • Fisheries sector; animal husbandry and livestock; and sericulture.

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Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for Commercial Production Units for organic/ biological Inputs

The scheme is being implemented by the DAC&FW, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare, GoI, through National Centre of Organic Farming (NCOF) in collaboration with NABARD and National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC). NABARD is the subsidy channelizing agency for the projects submitted to NABARD.
The increasing and indiscriminate use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and deteriorating soil health and productivity is concerning people all over the world. Growing awareness for safe and healthy food has underlined the importance of organic farming, which is a holistic system based on the basic principle of minimizing the use of external inputs and avoiding the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. 
In view of these challenges, there is a need in the country to augment the infrastructure for production of quality organic and biological inputs. Accordingly, under National Project on Organic Farming a Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for Commercial Production Units for organic/ biological inputs was introduced in 2004-05. 

The ACABC scheme is being implemented by Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India, with NABARD acting as subsidy channelizing agency.

The Objectives of the scheme are –
  • To supplement efforts of public extension by necessarily providing extension and other services to the farmers on payment basis or free of cost as per business model of agri-preneur, local needs and affordability of target group of farmers; 
  • To support agricultural development; and 
  • To create gainful self-employment opportunities to unemployed agricultural graduates, agricultural diploma holders, intermediate in agriculture and biological science graduates with PG in agri-related courses. 
National Livestock Mission is an initiative of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare. The mission, which commenced from 2014-15, has the objective of sustainable development of the livestock sector.  
Detailed guidelines are available on Govt. of India website
NABARD is the subsidy channelizing agency under Entrepreneurship Development & Employment Generation (EDEG) component of National Livestock Mission. This includes:
The Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure (AMI) sub-scheme of ISAM is being implemented by Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India.
The AMI sub scheme of ISAM is applicable for new credit linked projects, where term loan has been sanctioned by eligible financial institutions from 22.10.2018 to 31.03.2020. NABARD is the channelizing agency for release of subsidy @ 25% to 33.33% of the capital cost for institutions eligible for refinance by NABARD or any other FI such as State Financial Corporations (SFCs) approved by DAC&FW.
The scheme is extended for the term loans sanctioned up to 31.03.2021

National Horticulture Board (NHB) was set up by Government of India in April 1984 on the basis of recommendations of the "Group on Perishable Agricultural Commodities", headed by Dr M. S. Swaminathan, the then Member (Agriculture), Planning Commission, Government of India, as an Autonomous organization under the administrative control of Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and registered under Societies Registration Act 1860, thereafter, re-registered under the Haryana Registration and Regulation of Societies Act, 2012, with its headquarters at Gurugarm and 29 field offices located all over the country.

The main objectives of the NHB are to improve integrated development of Horticulture industry and to help in coordinating, sustaining the production and processing of fruits and vegetables. 

  1. Applicant Eligibility.
  2. Technical Standards, Basic Data Sheet and Protocols
  3. Budgetary allocation State/UT wise
In-Principal Approval (IPA) guidelines /