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58 krishi upaj mandis of MP linked with Rashtriya Krishi Bazaar Yojana

Tuesday - June 5, 2018 3:16 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Bhopal: The National Agriculture Market (e-Nam) is a Pan-India electronic trading portal. This is a strong medium of creating integrated national market for agriculture produce. The e-Nam portal is providing single window service for all information and services related to Krishi Upaj Mandis. This portal includes the advent of produce and prices besides the commercial proposals of buying and selling prices of the produce. As many as 58 krishi upaj mandis have been linked to the National Agricultural Market through this e-Nam portal in the state.
 
Unique initiative
  • As many as 58 krishi upaj mandis of the state have been linked to the National Agriculture Market
  • 13 cotton mandis are also being linked to the National Agriculture Market.
  • 49 lakh quintal agriculture commodities traded on the e-Nam portal.
The e-Nam postal was started in the state with Bhopal’s Pandit Lakshminarayan Sharma Krishi Upaj Mandi Karond. In the first phase of the scheme, 19 selected krishi upaj mandis have been linked to the portal. Online trading is being done on 6 commodities in the Krishi Upaj Mandis linked to e-Nam portal. While 30 mandis have been included in the second phase of the scheme, 8 Krishi Upaj Mandis have been included in the National Agricultural Markets Scheme. So far, 58 Agriculture Produce Mills have been connected with the National Agriculture Market Scheme.

In addition, the work of connecting 13 cotton mandis to the National Agricultural Market Scheme is being completed at a fast pace. About 19 thousand licensed traders have traded with about 12 lakh farmers for about 49 lakh quintals of agricultural commodities through e-platform under the National Agriculture Market Scheme in the state so far.

Action is being taken to set up a large assaying and grading lab for quality testing of agricultural produce in all 58 mandis of e-Nam portal in the state. The position of Madhya Pradesh among 18 states of India is first in gate entry and assaying and third in bid creations and cell agreement on the e-Nam portal. It may be recalled that Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the online National Agricultural Market Scheme in the country from April 2016. Its purpose is to give the farmers the right price for their produce at the national level.-Window To News

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