New Welfare Scheme for Farmers

To provide assistance to the farmers for increasing their income and ensuring their welfare.

On August 15, 2021 Chief Minister Hemant Soren announced new welfare scheme for farmers – Sanekit Birsa Gram Vikas Yojana cum Krishak Pathshala, marking the occasion of independence day. Under this scheme the state government tends to provide all the required tools, technologies and training to the farmers for ensuring their welfare. Modern tools and technologies will help increase production of farms thereby increasing the income of farmers. Under this scheme training will also be provided to the farmers regarding new farm techniques, new farming disciplines etc. This scheme tends to ensure welfare of the farmers across the state. Estimated budget of this state sponsored scheme is Rs. 50 crores.

Scheme Overview:

SchemeNew welfare scheme for farmers
Scheme UnderJharkhand government
Announced ByChief Minister Hemant Soren
Date of AnnouncementAugust 15, 2021
BeneficiariesFarmers across the state
BenefitRequired tools, technologies and training to farmers
ObjectiveTo provide assistance to the farmers for increasing their income and ensuring their welfare.

Scheme Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of this scheme is to increase the income of the farmers thereby ensuring welfare of the farmers.
  • Under this scheme modern tools and technologies will be provided to the farmers for farming.
  • Training will be provided to the farmers for adapting new farming methods, new disciplines, skills, etc.
  • It tends to prepare the farmers for modern age farming.
  • It aims at increasing thein hand income of the farmers in the state.
  • All the farmers from 18-60 years across the state will be covered under this scheme.
  • This scheme will focus on ensuring welfare and social security to the farmers.

Key Points:

  • New welfare scheme for farmers is announced by Chief Minister Hemant Soren on August 15, 2021 in his independence day speech.
  • This new scheme is announced primarily for ensuring welfare of the farmers in the state.
  • Under this scheme the farmers will be provided with modern tools and technologies will be provided to the farmers for farming.
  • Assistance will be provided by the state government in horticulture, pisciculture, livestock farming, etc.
  • Training will be provided to the farmers for adapting new farming methods, new disciplines, skills, etc.
  • Separate classrooms will be made available for training purposes.
  • Experts will impart the required training to the farmers at one single place.
  • The farmers will get to know the new things and will get necessary exposure to learn.
  • Loans will also be provided to the farmers if necessary.
  • Currently one farm in each district will be selected and the benefits will be distributed.
  • On successful implementation in the select farms, this scheme will be made available across the state.
  • The department of agriculture, animal husbandry and dairy development will finalize the scheme details for implementation.
  • Estimated budget of the scheme is Rs. 50 crores for this year.

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