[Online Apply] Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana Panjiyan 2020 [PKVY]

The spread of agriculture in our country is already high. Every government that comes to the country prepares a plan for agriculture every year. The plans made are aimed at improving the level of agriculture. Today, we have brought information about such a scheme “Traditional Agricultural Development Scheme” in our article. “Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana” has been launched by the Central Government to promote organic farming. The scheme has been operationalized in the year 2015. The objective of introducing the scheme is to develop a model of organic agriculture by combining traditional knowledge and modern technology. Therefore, the fertility of soil will remain for a long time.

Under PKVY Yojna, financial assistance will be provided by the government to farmers for organic farming. Financial grant will be provided to farmers on the basis of collective approach and PGS certification system. Through the Participant Guarantee System (PGS), the crops will be tested organic. Farmers will have to form a group of 20 to 50 farmer members on 500 to 1000 hectares of land to get financial support for organic farming. A group of farmers will be given a financial grant of maximum Rs 10 lakh. In addition, Rs 4.95 lakh will be provided for PGS certification. For detailed information of PKVY scheme read this article till the end.

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana Details

Organic farming will be encouraged by the government under the PKVY scheme. The intention of this scheme will be to maintain the health of the farmers and the quality of the land. Under the traditional agricultural development scheme, the government will train and support the farmers by promoting organic farming. Through this scheme, the farmers of the government will be encouraged to do organic farming. The government will encourage the farmers to do agriculture under this scheme in the traditional way, so that they get chemical-free farm produce as well as the quality of the land can be improved. See PKVY Guidelines – Traditional Agriculture and Modernization Information below:

Pramparagat Krishi Vikas Scheme Highlights

Scheme Name Pramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana
Launch Date in 2015 
Launch by Central Government
Propose of the Plan Promote organic farming
Profit Fertility of soil will increase
Official Website pgsindia-ncof.gov.in 

Features of Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana

  •     Those farmers of our country under PKVY Yojana will be motivated to do more organic farming.
  •     Under this scheme, more than 50 farmers will form a cluster with 50 acres of land for doing organic farming and similarly 10,000 groups will be formed under organic farming during 3 years covering an area of ​​5.0 lakh acres.
  •     There will be no expenditure on the farmers for spending on certification under the PKVY scheme.
  •     Every farmer will be provided Rs. 20,000 per acre for seed, harvesting of crops and transporting produce to market in 3 years.
  •     Traditional resources will be used under this scheme and along with this, organic farming will be promoted and organic products will be linked to the market.
  •     This will increase domestic production and certification of organic produce by connecting farmers.

Main Objective of Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana

  •    Organic agriculture has to be promoted, so that the health of the farmers can be protected from the diseases caused by chemical food, pesticides. With this, the fertile power of soil can be saved from destruction.
  •     Farmers have to be made aware of farming based on agricultural model prepared by mixing traditional and scientific method. So that farmers can succeed in increasing their income by producing more crops at lower agricultural cost.
  •     To produce chemical-free and nutritious crops for human consumption.
  •     Organic farming has to be encouraged to free the environment from harmful organic chemicals.
  •     To make farmers entrepreneurial by connecting farmers with local and national market on group basis.
  •     The facility of crop certification is to be made available to the farmers through the PGIS system.

Organic Farming under Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY):

  • A dedicated organic farming portal for organic farming is designed for the knowledge platform as well as the marketing platform.
  • The portal provides details of farmers involved in organic farming, input suppliers, certification agencies (PGS), and marketing agencies, from production to marketing.
  • Farmers can benefit through PKVY / PGS group capacity building, technical know-how, communication with marketing channels / other groups and direct marketing of their produce to potential producers and consumers.

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY Guidelines PDF)

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