DEVELOPMENT OF MARKETS

 TECHNOLOGY MISSION ON COTTON GOVERNMENT OF INDIA SCHEME 

During the year 1999-2000, APMC Santhesargur (Rs.154.00 lakhs), Hubli (Rs.150.00 lakhs) and Mahalingapur (Lokapura sub-market)(Rs.50.00 lakhs) has been developed.


During the year 2003-04, APMC Bailhongal (Rs.182.50 lakhs), Annigeri (Rs.220.00 lakhs), Haliyala (Rs.112.53 lakhs), Kalagatagi (Rs.93.75 lakhs), Soundatti (Rs.135.65 lakhs) and Ranebennur (Rs.216.94 lakhs) has been developed.


During the year 2008-09, APMC Chitradurga (305.57 lakhs), Haveri (Rs.388.28 lakhs), Gadag (Rs.144.60 lakhs) have been taken up.

RURALMARKETS UNDER R.I.D.F

To help the small and marginal farmers for marketing their grown agricultural produce near to their farm place, the rural shandies are being developed under the R.I.D.F scheme.

 

Sl.No

RIDF Trenche

Sanction Nos of works

Sanction project cost

Loan Component

Works Completed

Works under progress

Tender Under Progress

Site Problem

1

RIDF-IX

193

2216.13

2105.56

180

-

-

13

2

RIDF-XI

100

1000.00

950.00

83

03

-

14

3

RIDF-XII

156

1694.80

1610.14

90

46

-

20

4

RIDF-XIII

140

1489.25

1414.82

57

49

12

22

5

RIDF-XIV

31

1000.00

950.00

-

-

31

-

Total

620

7400.18

7030.52

410

98

43

69

ASIDE SCHEME

Assistance to States for developing export infrastructure and allied activities. (ASIDE)

 

      The objective of the scheme is to involve the States in the export effort by providing assistance to the State Governments for creating appropriate infrastructure for the development and growth of exports.

 

      The APMC, Byadgi has taken up a project under the scheme at an estimated cost of Rs.12.00 crores to provide for infrastructure facilities for the trading and export of Dry Chilly.

 

       It is requested to earmark outlay exclusively for APMCs under the scheme to take up infrastructural projects in the export potential APMCs. Rs.100.00 crores outlay is requested. 

NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION

      A National Horticulture Mission has been launched as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme to promote holistic growth of the horticulture sector through an area based regionally differentiated strategies. The scheme will be fully funded by the Government and different components proposed for implementation financially supported on the scales laid down.

 

      Karnataka is recognized as potential for development of Horticulture sector.

 

      To provide for infrastructural facilities in the market yards of the APMCs in the State and to develop markets exclusively for fruits and vegetables, proposals under the scheme will be submitted.

 

      At present, the subsidy component is 25% of the cost.

 

      To encourage the Horticulture sector thereby protecting the interests of the farmer, it is requested to enhance the subsidy component from 25% to 50%. 

 

RURAL GODOWNS UNDER GRAMINA BANDAR YOJANA

Sl

No

APMC Name

Total no of works

cost per unit

Total cost

(Rs.in lakhs)

1

Shimoga

147

05-10

1070.00

2

Badravathi

08

05

40.00

3

Davangere

13

8.5

110.50

4

Siraguppa

40

10

400.00

5

Chitradurga

13

13.2

171.60

6

Gangavathi

79

4.10

532.00

Total

300

 

2324.10

 DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET YARDS AND FACILITIES AT MARKET

AREAS OUT OF MARKET COMMITTEE FUND BY APMCS IN THE STATE

Market Committees in the State identify the works to be taken up in the market yards and also the facilities to be provided in the market area and submit annual action plan for approval of the Director of Agricultural Marketing. The works and the estimated cost approved in the annual action plan for the year 2008-09 is as follows: 

Division

Approved works

Estimated Cost (Rs. in Lakhs)

Banglore

674

4009.03

Mysore

674

2688.36

Belgaum

980

4207.66

Gulbarga

1847

5127.57

DEVELOPMENT / STRENGTHENING AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION, SCHEME OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 

      To encourage rapid development of infrastructure projects in agriculture and allied sectors including Dairy, Meat, Fisheries and Minor forest produce.

 

      This is reform linked investment scheme.

 

      Karnataka State is a pioneer in the field of Agricultural Marketing and has implemented the recommendations of the Model Act 2003 of Government of India.

 

      The investment subsidy is 25% which may be enhanced to 50% which will help the weaker market to avail the assistance for development of market yards in the State.

INTRODUCTION OF ELECTRONIC TENDER SYSTEM IN THE

SALE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AT APMC MARKET YARDS

OBJECTIVES

 

      To ensure competitive price to the farmers produce.

 

      To bring in transparency in the discovery of prices.

 

      To complete the process of sale as early as possible.

 

      To reduce the cost and increase efficiency in the operation of sale procedures.

 

      To help quick generation and dissemination of market information through electronic networking.