Integrated Model Agricultural Village, Uttarakhand

To achieve integrated development of villages

CMO Uttarakhand, Trivendra Singh Rawat, inaugurated Integrated Model Agricultural Village Scheme in the state on October 21, 2020. This scheme is mainly for the development and betterment of the villages in the state. This scheme is in partnership with NABARD. It is an important step in the holistic development of villages. It aims at developing the villages where residents have access to all the services, organic farming, irrigation facilities, etc with improvement in all the socio-economic indicators

Scheme Overview:

Scheme name:Integrated Model Agricultural Village Scheme
Scheme Under:Uttarakhand Government
Inaugurated By:CM Trivendra Singh Rawat
Launched On:October 21, 2020
Applicable to:Villages across the state
Major Objective:To achieve integrated development of villages

Scheme Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of the scheme is to enable an area-based and integrated development approach
  • Development under this scheme will help the residents of the village to access basic amenities and services like basic drinking water, sanitation, health, education, housing, roads, transport, etc easily.
  • It tends to focus on organic agriculture, irrigation, mechanism in the mountainous regions
  • Safe drinking water will be provided to the remotest area
  • Farmers will be provided with good quality of seeds to boost the farm produce
  • NABARD will support the state government in these activities
  • Financial assistance in the form of loans will also be provided to the farmers under this scheme
  • This scheme will boost the rural economy in the long run

List of scheme lunched by Uttarakhand Government

Key Points:

  • Integrated Model Agricultural Village Scheme is an initiative by the Uttarakhand government in partnership with National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) for the development of villages in the state
  • It is inaugurated by CM Trivendra Singh Rawat, on October 21, 2020 in Doiwala, Dehradun
  • This scheme is mainly for the development of villages in the state
  • Agriculture Minister, Subodh Uniyal worked on the concept of this scheme
  • Irrigation facilities and Organic Farming are the points majorly covered under this scheme.
  • Farmers will also be provided with good quality seeds and plants thereby to boost the produce and income of the farmer
  • Suryadar lake project will provide irrigation and drinking water facility to about 29 villages in the state
  • Financial assistance in the form of interest free loans will also be provided as required
  • Government is soon to announce umbrella brand Agri products to increase brand value of the farmer’s produce thereby boosting their income
  • CM stated increased farming mechanization in the villages with the help of NABARD

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