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Welcome. Govt. of Karnataka Dept. of Agricultural Marketing & Karnataka State Agricultural Marketing Board. Main activities are regulation of marketing practices, development of markets and welfare activities for farmers. No. of Main regulated markets 146 No. of Regulated sub-markets 353

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Govt of karnataka dept of agricultural marketing karnataka state agricultural marketing board
Govt. of Karnataka Dept. of Agricultural Marketing &Karnataka State Agricultural Marketing Board

  • Main activities are regulation of marketing practices, development of markets and welfare activities for farmers.

  • No. of Main regulated markets 146

  • No. of Regulated sub-markets 353

  • Total value of commodities traded through regulated markets: about Rs. 16000 crore.


Organisations working under kapm r d act and activities
ORGANISATIONS WORKING UNDER KAPM(R&D)ACT AND ACTIVITIES

Organisationsworking under Karnataka Agricultural Produce Marketing (Regulation and Development) Act, (KAPM (R&D) Act)1966 and Rules, 1968: 

  • Directorate of Agricultural Marketing (DAM)

  • Karnataka State Agricultural Marketing Board (KSAMB)

  • Agricultural Produce Market Committees (APMCs)

    Activities:

  • Regulation

  • Development

  • Welfare

  • Promotion.


Development activities
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

  • Provision of basic infrastructure facilities for trade of notified commodities is a major function of APMCs.

  • Facilities are provided at main and sub market yards and sub yards and also at rural markets

  • Annual action plans are prepared by the APMCs and are implemented after obtaining the approval of the appropriate authorities of the DAM.

  • The plans and estimates for the works are prepared and executed by the Engineering Cell of the DAM.

  • Internal source of finance collected by imposing market fee and licence fee is the major source of spending for development works by APMCs.

  • In addition to this there are other sources of finance also. They include.

  • Central Sector Schemes

  • State Sector Schemes 


Development activities during 2009 10 central sector schemes
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES DURING 2009-10CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEMES

  • Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF):Totally 649 rural markets are developed by investing an amount of Rs. 69.34 crores under this scheme during 2009-10, 16 works worth Rs.5.00crores are taken.

  • ASIDE Scheme: During 2009-10 Rs. 26.50 crores works are initiated for this purpose and Rs. 12.05 crores works are completed at Bydagi.

  • Cotton Technology Mission Scheme: Different cotton markets are developed by spending about Rs. 20.09 Crores under this scheme.

  • Scheme for Development/Strengthening of Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure, Grading and Standardization: About Rs. 64.63 Crores worth works are proposed in different markets of the state. During 2009-10 19works worth Rs.136.00crores are started under this scheme.

  • Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana: Under this scheme Rs. 10.50 crores worth 39 worked are approved during 2009-10.


Development activities central sector schemes
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIESCENTRAL SECTOR SCHEMES

  • Grameena Bhandara Yojana: Totally 194 rural godowns at a cost of Rs. 19.44 Crores are constructed in the state under this scheme. During 2009-10 266 works costing Rs.40.83 crores have been started.

  • National Horticulture Mission: About Rs. 50.51 Crores are invested under this project in the state and a subsidy of Rs. 12.62 crores are received from Government of India. During 2009-10 Rs. 52.00 crores worth 17 works have been takenup.


Development activities state sector schemes
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIESSTATE SECTOR SCHEMES

  • Grants from Zilla Panchayaths: The State Government gives grants through Zilla Panchayats for market infrastructure under this scheme

  • Development of markets in backward areas: As per the recommendation of Dr. D.M.Nanjundappa Committee it is proposed to develop 39 markets in backward areas by an outlay of Rs.93.51 Crores. 

  • So far over Rs. 1000 crores are spent by the APMCs in the state for providing infrastructure facilities for trade of notified commodities.



Modernisation of agricultural marketing activities
MODERNISATION OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING ACTIVITIES

  • Electronic Tender System of Sale in 44 markets.

  •  Website: http://krishimaratavahini.kar.nic.in

  • Computerisation of Activities

  • Electronic Display Boards

  • Electronic Weighing Scales

  • Market information through toll free No. 1800 425 1552





Promotional activities
PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Training

  • Extension

  • Research

  • Grading and standardisation

  • Market information

  • The KSAMB, as nodal agency, has successfully implemented the NIAM-USAID Project for Strengthening of Agricultural Marketing System in India.



Welfare activities
WELFARE ACTIVITIES

  • Floor Price Scheme:

  • Pledge Loan Scheme

  • Raitha Sanjeevini

  • JanashriBimaYojana


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Marketing Reform Measures

  • On the guidelines of the Agricultural Produce Marketing Model Act of GOI the Karnataka Agricultural Produce Marketing Regulation Act is amended vide notification No.PASE 42 Act, 2006 Bangalore, dated: 16th August, 2007.

  • The KAPM(R&D) Rules amended vide Notification No. CD 229 MRE 2007 Bangalore, dated: 19th March, 2008.

  • Apart from physical infrastructure, functional infrastructure like Grading, Packing, Processing, Value addition, Storage etc., are given importance.


Proposed activities during 2010 11
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES DURING 2010-11

  • Rastriya Krishi Vikash Yojana:

    1.Computersiation of APMC activities: Rs.6.00 crores.

    2.Establishment of VHT and Irradiation units at Hubli

    for Storage of Export of Onion & Fruits: Rs. 10.00

    crores.

    3.Infrastructure for Turmeric marketing at Chamarajanagar: Rs.4.20crores.

    Total under RKVY is Rs.20.20 crores.


Development of wholesale markets under state assistance
DEVELOPMENT OF WHOLESALE MARKETS UNDER STATE ASSISTANCE

  • Wholesale Private Markets Rs.5.00crores.

  • Rice Technology Park Rs.36.00crores. (under PPP Model)

  • Action plans are approved for development of main and sub-markets in the state with the market committee funds.


Other activities
OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • Mobilization of Rs.800.00crores for the revolving fund for purchase of commodities from farmers in case of distress sale.

  • Market Led Extension and Training Activities to strengthen the Agricultural system in the sate.

  • Introduction of Electronic Tender system of sale in the markets where they are not introduced.



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