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Directorate of Marketing and Inspection. Dr. Rajendra R. Karpate (M.Sc., M.Phill. B.Ed. Ph.D) Deputy Agricultural Marketing Adviser. STATUS / IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING REFORMS ON SOUTHREN STATES. Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad.

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Directorate of marketing and inspection

Directorate of Marketing and Inspection

Dr. Rajendra R. Karpate

(M.Sc., M.Phill. B.Ed. Ph.D)

Deputy Agricultural Marketing Adviser


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS / IMPACT

OF

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING REFORMS

ON

SOUTHREN STATES

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Indian agriculture has made rapid strides since independence

Indian Agriculture has made rapid strides since independence

  • From food shortages and import

    to self-sufficiency and exports.

  • From subsistence farming

    to intensive and technology led cultivation.

  • Today , India is the front ranking

    producer of many crops in the world.

  • Ushered in through the

    green, white, blue and yellow revolutions

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Inadequacy of agricultural marketing infrastructure

Inadequacy of Agricultural Marketing infrastructure

Faults………………..

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Challenges of agricultural marketing

Challenges of Agricultural Marketing

  • To provide Multiple and Competitive Marketing Channel

  • Attract Large scale investments for building Post-Harvest

  • infrastructure

  • To create adequate and efficient Marketing Infrastructure

  • To empower farmers with Market Information

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

The first ever National Agriculture Policy was announced on 28th July, 2000 has indicated a nine-fold package of policy initiatives to achieve the objectives

  • Development of Sustainable agriculture

  • Food and Nutritional security

  • Generation and Transfer of Technology

  • Improvement of input efficiency

  • Provision of incentives for agriculture

  • Promotion of Investments in agriculture

  • Strengthening of institutional infrastructure

  • Better risk management

  • Introduction of Management Reforms

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Interventions

Interventions

  • Reforms led assistance

  • GraminBhandarnYojana

  • MRIN

  • Marketing Infrastructure

  • Facilitate private investment

  • Promote direct marketing/Contract Farming

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Reforms initiatives undertaken

Reforms Initiatives Undertaken

Model APMC Act formulated by Ministry of Agriculture to

  • Promote competitive agricultural markets in private and cooperative sector,

  • Encouragedirect marketing and contract farming programs,

  • Facilitateprocurement Of agricultural commodities directly from farmer’s fields, and

  • Establisheffective linkages between farm production and retail chain.

  • National Conference on Marketing Reforms held at Delhi on 7.1.2004 and at Bangalore on 19.11.2004.

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Other reform initiatives

Other Reform Initiatives

  • ‘Integrated Food Law’to bring convergence of several food related laws including PFA Act;

  • Negotiable Warehousing Receipt Systemfor agricultural commodities at rural godowns;

  • Liberalization of EC Actto Remove Controls on Movement, Storage and Marketing of Agricultural Commodities; and

  • FC (Regulation) Actto Allow Futures Trading in Agricultural Commodities for price discovery/risk management.

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Vital areas of reforms as per model apmc act 2003

Vital Areas of Reforms as per Model APMC Act 2003

  • Establishment of private market yards / private markets managed by a person other than a Market Committee;

  • Establishment of private yards and direct purchase of agricultural produce from agriculturist by a person other than a Market Committee (Direct purchasing from producer).

  • Establishment of consumer / farmers market by a person other than Market Committee (Direct Sale by the producer to the consumers).

  • Provision of Contract Farming.

  • Single registration / license for trade transaction in more than one market.

  • To promote and encourage e-trading.

  • Single point levy of market fee.

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

Scheme for Development/Strengthening of Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure, Grading and Standardization

Implemented w.e.f. 20/10/2004 in the country.

Scheme is reform linked and is implemented in those States/UTs which amend their APMC Acts, wherever required, to allow 1. Direct Marketing 2. Contract Farmingand permit setting up of Markets in private and cooperative sectors. So far, 28 States/ UTs have been permitted to take the benefits of the Scheme.

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

RURAL GODOWN SCHEME

IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Computer connectivity

STATUS OF

MARKET RESEARCH AND INFORMATION NETWORK SCHEME

IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Computer Connectivity

  • Total No. Computers provided = 398

  • Agmarknet Nodes APMC/(Market) = 354

  • Computers provided to field officers of Dept. of Marketing Govt. of A.P.(SAMB/DOM) = 42

  • Computers provided to DMI offices = 2

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


No of nodes reporting data

No. of Nodes Reporting Data

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN TAMILNADU

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

IN TAMILNADU

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

RURAL GODOWN SCHEME

IN TAMILNADU

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

RURAL GODOWN SCHEME

IN TAMILNADU

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

MARKET RESEARCH AND INFORMATION NETWORK SCHEME

IN TAMILNADU

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN KARNATAKA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN KARNATAKA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

IN KARNATAKA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

RURAL GODOWN SCHEME

IN KARNATAKA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

MARKET RESEARCH AND INFORMATION NETWORK SCHEME

IN KARNATAKA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF MAJOR REFORMS IN KERELA

KERALA AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SYSTEM

Kerala does not have APMC act. There are no statutory regulations prevail. There are no controls for agricultural market. Government and LSG institutions provide marketing Infrastructure. There is complete liberal market scenario prevail in Kerala markets.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE MARKETS

There are six whole sale agricultural markets are functioning in Kerala viz. three urban whole sale markets (1.Trivandrum, Anayra, 2.Ernakulam, Maradu 3.Khozhikode, Vengeri) and three rural whole sale markets (1. Trivandrum, Nedumangadu 2. Ernakulam, Moovatupuzha 3.Wayanad, Sultan Bathery )

These six Agricultural Wholesale Markets of Kerala are Government owned markets constituted under Department of Agriculture. These markets were designed under Kerala Agricultural Market Project(KAMP),with financial assistance from the European Union(EU),the enterprise envisages to ensure efficient handling of Agricultural produce and to facilitate its proper marketing .At present ,these markets are functioning as per market rules framed by Govt. of Kerala.

There is no Contract farming within Kerala State.

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

IN KERELA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

STATUS OF

RURAL GODOWN SCHEME

IN KERELA

Dr. R. R. K, Dy. A.M.A., MSTC, Hyderabad


Directorate of marketing and inspection

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