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Government Of Assam Golaghat District

Schemes

1.    Rashtriya Krishi Vikash Yojna (RKVY):
Different types of quality seeds (HYV & Hybrid), pesticides, implements, bio-fertilizers etc are distributed among the farmers both Kharif and Rabi seasons. The main scheme under RKVY is Bringing Green Revolution to the Eastern Region (BGREI). The interventions taken under this schemes are:
i)    Line transplantation on paddy.
ii)    Introduction of stress tolerant varieties.
iii)    Cropping system based cultivation
iv)    Hybrid rice cultivation
v)    Distribution of various mechanical tools at subsidized rates among individual farmers/groups for asset building component. Tools like
a)    Power Tiller
b)    Component
c)    Mini Rice Mill
d)    Hand Sprayer
e)    Pump Sets and LLP (both diesel & electric operated) are distributed.

2.    National Food Security Mission for Pulse Development (NFSM pulse):
Under this scheme stress has been given for the increase of both area and production. Different types of HYV/ Hybrid seeds of pulse crops as well as mechanical tools are distributed like BGREI for better yield of pulse crops.

3.    National Mission on Oil and Oil palm (NMOOP):
Under NMOOP new promising varieties of oil seeds like rape&mustard, ground nut, sesamum linseed etc are introduced.

4.    Targeting Rice Fallow Areas for Eastern Region (TRFA):
The main objective of the scheme is to cultivate.

5.    Horticulture Mission for North Eastern Himalayan States (HMNEHS):
To promote horticultural crops many temporary and permenant activities are undertaken at subsidized rates. Fruit crops, spices, flowers and vegetables are included in this scheme.

6.    Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sancchay Yojana (PMKSY)
This is a flagship programme of Hon’ble Prime Minister under this scheme District Action Plan has been prepared jointly by Agriculture, Irrigation and soil conservation department to cover the district with irrigation facilities within 5 years. To achieve this, Annual action plan has been prepared and work has been done accordingly.

7.    Soil Health Card:

This is a flagship programme of Hon’ble Prime Minister. Private organization and KVK is entrusted for distributing Soil Helath Card to every farmer in the district for better management of soil. Annual target has been fixed by the department of Agriculture ansd Assam Agriculture University (for KVK).
8.    Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF):
Under this scheme installation of STW’s and Solar pumps sets are going to implemented by the Engineering wing of the Agriculture department.
9.    National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA):
This scheme promotes for the development of Agriculture in Rain-fed areas, the district has some areas specially in Bokakhat sub division where agriculture is practiced only in rain-fed condition. Hence, for the economic growth of the farmers of those areas various activities of agriculture, veterinary, fishery etc are undertaken under this scheme.
10.    Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA):
The District Agriculture Officer is the project directot of this Agency. Under this project various activities of agriculture, veterinary, fishery, sericulture etc are undertaken. Various trainings, exposure visit, farmers-scientist interaction are implemented through.
11.    Chief Minister Samagra Gramya Unnavan Yojana (CMSGUY):
Under this scheme the Govt. of Assam is going to provide 1(one) no. of Tractor to each revenue village at 70% subsidy through Agriculture Department to achieve this the District Agriculture Department at present selected 195 No. of groups for the same member of revenue villages for the first phase of distribution.
12.    Assam Agriculture and Rural Transformation (APART):
 The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to “add value and improve resilience of selected agriculture value chains, focusing on smallholder farmers and agro-entrepreneurs in targeted districts of the State of Assam. The project would support value addition in the production and post-harvest segments of selected agriculture value-chains; facilitate agribusiness investments through inclusive business models that provide opportunities to small farmers as well as stimulate the establishment of new small and medium agribusiness enterprises; and support resilience of agriculture production systems in order to better manage increasing production and commercial risks associated with climate change, in the targeted districts.