1 May 2016

Skill Development Programmes for Farmers

  A number of ongoing schemes and programmers of the Government have an inbuilt component of capacity building and training of farmers in the field of agriculture and allied sectors. A list of such schemes is given below. Information regarding allocation and expenditure of funds during each of the last three years and the current year under various schemes has been depicted below.


            Details of farmers trained during last three years under various schemes are also given belowFor current financial year 2016-17, the details of financial allocation and expenditure and physical achievement is being compiled.

Farmers gained knowledge and skill on latest technologies through training and hands-on experience resulting in increased productivity and income. Skills imparted to farmers are wide ranging and include improved agronomic practices, farm diversification, mechanization, animal husbandry, marketing etc.

List of the schemes having skill development/ training of farmers   
1.  National Mission on Agricultural Extension and Technology (NMAET)
a. Sub-Mission on Agricultural Extension (SMAE) (including Extension Reforms)
b. Sub-Mission on Seed and Planting Material (SMSP) (including Seed Village Programme)
c. Sub-Mission on Agricultural Mechanization (SMAM)
d.  Sub-Mission on Plant Protection and Plant Quarantine (SMPP)
 2. National Food Security Mission (NFSM)
 3. Mission on Integrated Development of Horticulture [including   erstwhile National Horticulture Mission (NHM) & Horticulture Mission for North Eastern States & Himalayan States etc.
4. National Mission on Oilseed and Oil Palm (NMOOP) (including             erstwhile Integrated Scheme of Oilseeds, Pulses, Oil Palm and   Maize)
5. National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA)
6. Integrated Scheme for Agricultural Marketing (including Rural   Godown Component)
7. Crop Diversification Programme in Original Green Revolution     States.
8. Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs) under Indian Council of Agricultural     Research (ICAR)
9. National Livestock Mission
10. Schemes of NFDB of Animal Husbandary, Dairying and Fishery
11. National Scheme of Welfare of Fishermen.

Statement Showing State-wise/Year-wise Details of Budget Earmarked, Utilised & Persons Benefitted

FA = Fund Allocation (Rs. in Lakh)
FU= Fund Utilization (Rs. in Lakh)
PB= Persons Benefited (in Number)



S. No.
STATE
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
FA
FU
PB
FA
FU
PB
FA
FU
PB
1
Andhra Pradesh
2421.91
640.32
1638898
7893
7776
123765
7566
7327
86677
2
Bihar
1635.18
607.59
688101
4964
4748
594952
168.67
168.67
125918
3
Chhattisgarh
997.21
460.27
149397
12333
12269
246874
12817
8272
38215
4
Gujarat
874.59
509.60
295006
13672
13664
133550
8477
8334
101049
5
Goa
22.13
1.94
224
468.69
0.69
3000
316.7
300.4
315
6
Haryana
176.04
127.01
155801
11434
11310
13984
7256
7198
60426
7
Himachal Pradesh
178.88
123.79
146394
4936
4876
7267
3301.9
3193
20281
8
Jammu & Kashmir
1586.81
950.11
149198
6175
6107
52185
6565.82
6269.01
59222
9
Jharkhand
1292.68
976.62
91339
7293.7
6989
64224
4914
4750
252827
10
Karnataka
371.68
227.48
183591
12820
12550
92352
8375
8321
100143
11
Kerala
780.24
289.36
166498
8627
8538
81414
4081
4062
20270
12
Madhya Pradesh
2970.48
948.8
270452
10025
9624
670319
6079.9
5903.1
327549
13
Maharashtra
2300.19
707.68
137891
16391
16260
641178
103107.6
13861.38
100767
14
Odisha
1096.81
479.06
211990
9992
9869
158782
6453.38
6269.87
92080
15
Punjab
410.33
160.48
212408
7266.8
7136
102571
4968
4938
105943
16
Rajasthan
1359.52
662.03
266200
9409
9225
218578
6051
5678
87221




S. No.
STATE
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
FA
FU
PB
FA
FU
PB
FA
FU
PB
17
Tamilnadu
1436.86
311.51
4215832
11615
11228
167967
6961.7
6420.7
328851
18
Uttar Pradesh
1470.57
571.4
653298
7595
7291
391308
5039.93
4533.91
175498
19
West Bengal
1340.88
726.72
111603
4907
4545
73122
3726
3198
57541
20
Assam
510.61
164.27
169396
5787
5617
604002
67.81
67.81
22636
21
Arunachal Pradesh
445.2
20.60
53299
5131
5111
10280
282.7
247.6
4900
22
Manipur
271.08
50.20
44202
5093.9
5068
4001
4052
3793
13806
23
Meghalaya
59.73
31.41
24302
4047
4030
4481
2834
2833
13942
24
Mizoram
113.56
62.88
84239
5252
5234
15328
3579
3542
29568
25
Nagaland
219.12
149.55
38549
5470
5328
4779
3674.3
3586.5
14219
26
Tripura
327.14
61.20
30502
5498
5493
679
0
0
0
27
Sikkim
101.9
33.00
67498
4944
4929
5566
3504
36.3
6730
28
Puducherry
27.86
5.67
4001
200.6
172.7
1614
140.2
109.3
2231
29
Uttarakhand
36.38
13.72
52188
4693.7
4670
32122
2400
2360
55993
30
Delhi
10.27
0
2001
255.8
255.8
200
55.96
55.96
1000
31
Andaman & Nicobar
31.61
16.28
41001
519.9
507.2
2032
34.71
18.15
2000
32
Telangana
13.58
0
0
6341
6299
72388
4327.57
4219.06
18938

Total
24891.03
10090.55
10355299
221051.1
216720.4
4594864
231178.9
129866.7
2326756


This information was given by the Minister of State for Agriculture Shri .Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai Kundariya in Rajya Sabha 

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