PM Aasha: Pradhan Mantri Anndata Aay Sanrakshan Abhiyan Scheme Details

PM Aasha: Pradhan Mantri Anndata Aay Sanrakshan Abhiyan Scheme,  We try to talk about PM Aasha Scheme in detail, How it is useful for the farmers, and how farmers can apply for this Scheme, what are the components associated with this Scheme. PM Aasha is started in September 2018 by the union cabinet of India, which was chaired by now Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is an Umbrella Scheme under this Scheme. There are three major components. Under this Scheme, a Minimum Support Price for 23 agricultural products has been set. This is not the First time MSP has implemented on agricultural products. MSP has been set from previous years also, but some modifications have made to them. The main aim of this Scheme is to double the Farmer's income by 2024. then the question is how this Scheme will increase the Farmer's revenue? To this question, one of the answers given by the Government is they decided that Farmer will get an income of 1.5 times of Cost of Production. For Eg: (If Farmer had a production cost of 10000 Rupees from crop sowing to taking the crop market Yard. Then according to this Scheme, the Farmer will get 15000 Rupees.) This applies to those agricultural products on which MSP specified. Food Corporation of India (FCI), National Agriculture Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED), Jute and Cotton Corporation on India and many Government agriculture agencies will take up the Procurement activities in states and districts across India. There are 23 Crops which comes under Minimum Support Price: Seven types Cereals (Paddy, Maize, Wheat, Barley, Ragi, Sorghum, Pearl Millet), five types of Pulses (Gram, Toor, Moong, Urad, Lentil), seven types of Oilseeds ( Groundnut, Rapeseed-Mustard, Soyabean, Sesamum, Sunflower, Safflower, Nigerseed), four types of Commercial Crops ( Sugar Crane, Jute, Cotton, and Copra). It is an Umbrella Scheme. State Government has an option to Choose any one scheme according to the availability in a particular state. The three components which come under this Scheme are: 1) Price Support Scheme. (PSS) 2) Price Deficiency Payment Scheme. (PDPS) 3) Private Procurement a Stockist Scheme. (PPSS) Read Full Article:  PM-Aasha  Visit for more news on Indian Farmers. --- Send in a voice message:

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