We are dedicated to promoting scientific farming and improving agricultural practices among farmers in India. Agriculture plays a vital role in the socio-economic growth of our society, with an estimated 61.5% of the Indian population residing in rural areas and depending on agriculture for their livelihoods.

To enhance the well-being of farmers and contribute to their overall development, our dedicated team of agronomists, soil and water conservation engineers, seed advisors, fertilizer advisors and pesticides advisors organize various workshops and training programs throughout the year. These initiatives are aimed at educating farmers about improved farming methods, integrated nutrient management practices for sustainable soil fertility, and efficient water usage for irrigation. We also encourage and promote community farming among small and marginal farmers.

The Government of India has initiated several programs for agricultural development and our federation actively supports and supplements these efforts. We strive to increase the economic well-being and financial autonomy of rural farmers. Our team of experts organizes workshops to raise awareness among farmers and assist them in understanding and utilizing the different schemes introduced by the Government of India in the agriculture sector.

Some of the notable initiatives by the Government of India in the agriculture sector include:

  • Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana: A crop insurance scheme aimed at providing financial protection to farmers against crop losses due to natural calamities, pests, and diseases.

  • Soil Health Card Scheme: A program that provides farmers with information on the nutrient status of their soils and recommendations for appropriate fertilizer usage to improve soil health and productivity.

  • Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana: A scheme promoting organic farming practices and the certification of organic produce.

  • Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana: An initiative focused on improving irrigation efficiency and ensuring water availability for agricultural purposes through the adoption of water-saving technologies.

  • National Agriculture Market (NAM): A platform that integrates physical and virtual markets to facilitate transparent and efficient buying and selling of agricultural produce.

  • Farmer Producer Organization (FPO): An entity formed by farmers to collectively undertake agricultural production, procurement, and marketing activities, thereby enhancing their bargaining power and profitability.

Through our endeavors, we aim to empower farmers, enhance their knowledge and skills and enable them to leverage the benefits of these government schemes. By working together, we can contribute to the growth and prosperity of the agricultural sector in India, ultimately improving the lives of farmers and ensuring food security for the nation.