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1 to Sh. Pardeep Kumar Agrawal I.A.S Chairman Governing Board-cum- Deputy Commissioner Rupnagar

2 OUR MOTTO CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE No/Mininmum Tillage Mulching(Maintaining of Soil cover) Preservation of Natural resources Crop Diversification No/Mininmum Tillage Mulching(Maintaining of Soil cover) Preservation of Natural resources Crop Diversification

3 CURTAILMENT OF INPUT COSTS MARKET INTELLIGENCE CONSERVATION AGRICUTURE DEMONSTRATIONS TRAININGs EXPOSURE VISITS FIG/CIGs FARM SCHOOLS POINTS TO PONDER

4 Requirement, Budget Alloted & Released Funds

5 EXPENDITURE Opening Balance as on Central ShareRs.9.647lac 2.Funds received from GOI up to Febuary,2013 Central ShareRs lac 3.Funds received from State up to Febuary,2013 State ShareRs lac 4.Total funds available up to up to Febuary,2013 Central ShareRs lac 5.Total funds available up to the Febuary,2013 State ShareRs lac 6.Cumulative expenditure incurred up to Febuary,2013 Central ShareRs lac 6.Cumulative expenditure incurred up to Febuary,2013 State ShareRs lac 7. Unspent Balance up to Febuary,2013 Central ShareRs lac 8. Unspent Balance up to Febuary,2013 State ShareNil

6 Balance Sheet(April to September) in Lac Rs Month Op. Bal.Receipt Total Exp Balance April May June (S/C) July (Centre) August (Intt) September (Centre) Month Op. Bal.Receipt Total Exp Balance April May June (S/C) July (Centre) August (Intt) September (Centre)

7 Balance Sheet(October to Febuary) in Lac Rs Month Op. Bal.Receipt TotalExp Balance October ( ) November December January (State) Febuary (State) Month Op. Bal.Receipt TotalExp Balance October ( ) November December January (State) Febuary (State)

8 TRAININGS(2,5,7&15 days) Physical (Mandays)9660Financial (Lacs)Rs DepartmentNo. ATMA(BTT Leaders) Horticulture3 Agriculture11 Dairy6 Animal Husbandry4 DepartmentNo. ATMA(BTT Leaders) Horticulture3 Agriculture11 Dairy6 Animal Husbandry4

9 DEMONSTRATIONS Agriculture(No.) 690ExpenditureRs lac Allied(No.)229Expenditure Rs lac Demonstration(Agriculture) Direct sowing of Paddy60 Sugarcane Plantation10 Sowing of Wheat with Happy Seeder50 Haldi25 Gram33 Masar28 Laser Land levellar94 Organic Farming50 Bed Plantation of Maize320 Mulching20 Total690 Demonstration(ATMA) Low Tunnel technology(Horticulture)20 Mineral Mixture(Animal Husbandry)201 Demonstration (Allied Sector) Fisheries8 Total229 Demonstration(Agriculture) Direct sowing of Paddy60 Sugarcane Plantation10 Sowing of Wheat with Happy Seeder50 Haldi25 Gram33 Masar28 Laser Land levellar94 Organic Farming50 Bed Plantation of Maize320 Mulching20 Total690 Demonstration(ATMA) Low Tunnel technology(Horticulture)20 Mineral Mixture(Animal Husbandry)201 Demonstration (Allied Sector) Fisheries8 Total229

10 EXPOSURE VISITS No. of Mandays524ExpenditureRs lac Exposure Visit Agriculture10 Horticulture1 Dairy2 Animal Husbandry1 Total14 Exposure Visit Agriculture10 Horticulture1 Dairy2 Animal Husbandry1 Total14

11 CAPACITY BUILDING CAMPS No. 24ExpenditureRs lac CAPACITY BUILDING CAMPS Agriculture24 HorticultureNil* FisheriesNil* DairyNil* Animal HusbandryNil* *But the participation of allied deptts was satisfactory CAPACITY BUILDING CAMPS Agriculture24 HorticultureNil* FisheriesNil* DairyNil* Animal HusbandryNil* *But the participation of allied deptts was satisfactory

12 Farmer/Commodity Interest Groups No.16ExpRs FIG/CIGs ATMA (BTT Leaders) Agriculture6 Horticulture7 Dairy3 Total16 FIG/CIGs ATMA (BTT Leaders) Agriculture6 Horticulture7 Dairy3 Total16

13 Farm Information Dissemination Expenditure Rs lac District Level Camps2.982 lac Printed literature & Advertisements2.000 lac Technology Package to be shares through IT Network (AMC Website)0.130 lac

14 TA/DA & Operational expenses for district level 6.122lac Hiring of vehicles/POL Operational expenses at block level Recurring expenditure (Including salary to newly appointed staff TOTAL Establishment of ATMA like Institutions

15 B-16 FARM SCHOOLS No.6ExpenditureRs Lac ATMA(BTT Leaders) Horticulture2 Dairy2 Agriculture2 Total6 ATMA(BTT Leaders) Horticulture2 Dairy2 Agriculture2 Total6

16 Rupnagar Farm Schools Organic agricultureAsmanpur (Nurpur Bedi) Lodhemajra (Nurpur Bedi) Nalhoti(Nurpur Bedi) Organic agriculture Dher(Anandpur Sahib) Jindwari(Anandpur Sahib) Brahmpur(Anandpur Sahib) Vegetables ProductionDkala(Rupnagar) Vegetables Seed Production Rasidpur(Chamkaur Sahib) Rasidpur(Chamkaur Sahib) Modern dairy farmingRanjitpura(Rupnagar) Modern dairy farmingGopalpur(Morinda) Organic agricultureAsmanpur (Nurpur Bedi) Lodhemajra (Nurpur Bedi) Nalhoti(Nurpur Bedi) Organic agriculture Dher(Anandpur Sahib) Jindwari(Anandpur Sahib) Brahmpur(Anandpur Sahib) Vegetables ProductionDkala(Rupnagar) Vegetables Seed Production Rasidpur(Chamkaur Sahib) Rasidpur(Chamkaur Sahib) Modern dairy farmingRanjitpura(Rupnagar) Modern dairy farmingGopalpur(Morinda)

17 Rupnagar Farm Schools Modern dairy farming Bikapur(Anandpur Sahib) VermicompostChanauli (Nurpur Bedi) Kalwan(Nurpur Bedi) Off season VegetablesSandhuan(Chamkaur Sahib) Dhespur(Chamkaur Sahib) ApicultureJandla(Anandpur Sahib) Sugarcane PlantationPaprali(Morinda) Pig FarmingPaprali(Morinda) Modern dairy farming Bikapur(Anandpur Sahib) VermicompostChanauli (Nurpur Bedi) Kalwan(Nurpur Bedi) Off season VegetablesSandhuan(Chamkaur Sahib) Dhespur(Chamkaur Sahib) ApicultureJandla(Anandpur Sahib) Sugarcane PlantationPaprali(Morinda) Pig FarmingPaprali(Morinda)

18 Rupnagar Farm Schools Banana CultivationSangatpur(Morinda) Pulses(Arhar)CultivationDhianpura(Morinda) Integrated Pest ManagementAlipur(Rupnagar) Lodhimajra(Rupnagar) Integrated Pest Management Agampur(Anandpur Sahib) Mushroom CultivationLakhno(Nurpur Bedi) Banana CultivationSangatpur(Morinda) Pulses(Arhar)CultivationDhianpura(Morinda) Integrated Pest ManagementAlipur(Rupnagar) Lodhimajra(Rupnagar) Integrated Pest Management Agampur(Anandpur Sahib) Mushroom CultivationLakhno(Nurpur Bedi)

19 Farm Schools in Continuation Organic agriculture Asmanpur (Nurpur Bedi) Nalhoti(Nurpur Bedi) Organic agriculture Dher(Anandpur Sahib) Jindwari(Anandpur Sahib) Brahmpur(Anandpur Sahib) Vegetables Seed Production Rasidpur(Chamkaur Sahib) Rasidpur(Chamkaur Sahib)

20 Farm Schools in Continuation Vermicompost Chanauli (Nurpur Bedi) Kalwan(Nurpur Bedi) Off season Vegetables Sandhuan(Chamkaur Sahib) Dhespur(Chamkaur Sahib) IPM Alipur(Rupnagar) Lodhimajra(Rupnagar)

21 Innovative Activities-District Level Support for district level Training InstitutionRs lac Farmer FriendsRs lac TotalRs lac

22 Other Innovative Activity-District Level Purchase of Raised Bed Planter for MaizeRs lac Opening of 2 nd FIG/CIGs products sale center at Nurpur BediNil TotalRs lac Purchase of Raised Bed Planter for MaizeRs lac Opening of 2 nd FIG/CIGs products sale center at Nurpur BediNil TotalRs lac

23 Best extension Practices Innovative spray pump Marketing concept

24 Best Extension Practices Crop Diversification (Wheat+Gobhi sarson) Crop Diversification (Wheat+Gobhi sarson) Banana cultivation

25 Best Extension Practices Conservation Agriculture Mulching of Crop residues

26 Best Extension Practices Trainings in collaboration with Ambuja Cement Foundation Maize demonstrations

27 Best Extension Practices Visit of Extension Functionaries of PAMETI Ludhiana Sharing of experiences by Farmers of Rupnagar & Amritsar Distt

28 Best Extension Practices Opening of 2 nd Retail Outlet at Nurpur Bedi by Director Agriculture Punjab Visit of Director Agriculture Punjab in 1 st Retail Outlet in Rupnagar

29 Best extension Practices Trainings in collaboration with KVK Rupnagar Exposure Visit of Trainees in vill Nangal Salangali(H.P)

30 To make a change, you must be: Willing to commit Willing to change Willing to have an open mind Willing to take action To make a change, you must be: Willing to commit Willing to change Willing to have an open mind Willing to take action

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35 Impact of ATMA RUPNAGAR Resource Persons of PAMETI LUDHIANA Er.Arun Kumar Sharma Assistant Agricultural Engineer(Imp)-cum- Deputy Project Director(ATMA)Rupnagar Sh Kulbhushan Sharda Agricultural Deveopment Officer-cum- Block Technology Team Leader Nurpur Bedi S. Gurdit Singh Progressive Farmer Smt. Pyari Devi Co-ordinator FIGs/CIGs working in Nurpur Bedi & Ananpur Sahib Blocks Resource Persons of PAMETI LUDHIANA Er.Arun Kumar Sharma Assistant Agricultural Engineer(Imp)-cum- Deputy Project Director(ATMA)Rupnagar Sh Kulbhushan Sharda Agricultural Deveopment Officer-cum- Block Technology Team Leader Nurpur Bedi S. Gurdit Singh Progressive Farmer Smt. Pyari Devi Co-ordinator FIGs/CIGs working in Nurpur Bedi & Ananpur Sahib Blocks

36 AREA DISTRIBUTION IN RUPNAGAR

37 Process Flow for Action Plans: SREP BAP DAP SEWP

38 FARMER ORIENTED ACTIVITIES TRAININGS DEMONSTRATIONS EXPOSURE VISITS CAPACITY BUILDING CAMPS FIELD DAY/KISAN GOSHTIES FARMER SCIENTIST INTERACTION FARM SCHOOL

39 MAJOR CONCERNS-AGRICULTURE? CONSERVATION AGRICUTURE MARKET INTELLIGENCE CURTAILMENT OF INPUT COSTS

40 MAJOR CONCERNS ? CONSERVATION AGRICUTURE Min Soil disturbance Zero tillage, Raised Bed Platation, Incorporation of Crop residue Efficient Resource Management Soil Fertility, Water conservation, residue Management Energy conservation Water saving techniques(DSR, Laser land Levelling, Micro Irrigation techniques)

41 MARKET INTELLIGENCE WHAT TO PRODUCE ? ACCORDING TO RESOURCES AVAILABLE OR MARKET NEEDS WHETHER TO SELL ? IN OPEN MANDIS OR PROCESSING OF PRODUCE WHEN TO SELL WHETHER TO SALE IMMEDIATELY OR WAIT FOR HIKE IN PRICES WHOM TO SELL TRADERS OR RETAIL OUTLETS

42 NEED FOR TRAINING/DEMONSTRATIONS/EXPOSURE VISITS CHANGING THE MINDSET OF FARMERS FOR THINK IMPLEMENT GET BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS IMPROVED SOIL HEALTH GOOD RETURNS WHY

43 Participating bodies in preparation of DAP/DEWP & SEWP Block level Farmer friend (FF) Block Farmer Advisory Committee (BFAC) Block technology Team (BTT) District level District Farmer Advisory Committee (DFAC) ATMA Management Committee (AMC) Governing Board (GB) State Level State Farmer Advisory Committee (SFAC) Inter Departmental Working Group State Level Sanctioning Committee (SLSC) Block level Farmer friend (FF) Block Farmer Advisory Committee (BFAC) Block technology Team (BTT) District level District Farmer Advisory Committee (DFAC) ATMA Management Committee (AMC) Governing Board (GB) State Level State Farmer Advisory Committee (SFAC) Inter Departmental Working Group State Level Sanctioning Committee (SLSC)

44 Process of preparation of District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) (Block Level) Discussion with FF regarding Village Action Plans, Discussion with BFAC members about their priorities regarding Block Action Plan. Discussion and write down the activities in consultation with BTT members according to the Format meant for the purpose. (District Level) Discussion with DFAC about their priorities regarding Block Action Plans received from different blocks & about their priorities regarding District Action Plan (DAP)/ District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) Compile Block Action Plans received from different blocks in District Action Plan (DAP) / District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) Discussion on priorities of DFAC members with AMC members about their priorities regarding District Action Plan / District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) Discussion with GB members for final submission to IDWG (Block Level) Discussion with FF regarding Village Action Plans, Discussion with BFAC members about their priorities regarding Block Action Plan. Discussion and write down the activities in consultation with BTT members according to the Format meant for the purpose. (District Level) Discussion with DFAC about their priorities regarding Block Action Plans received from different blocks & about their priorities regarding District Action Plan (DAP)/ District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) Compile Block Action Plans received from different blocks in District Action Plan (DAP) / District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) Discussion on priorities of DFAC members with AMC members about their priorities regarding District Action Plan / District Extension Work Plan (DEWP) Discussion with GB members for final submission to IDWG

45 Calculation of cost per unit of activity Training No. of farmers x no. of days x Interstate cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 10x7x1000=70,000(0.700 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within state cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 8x5x750=30,000(0.300 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within district cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 25x2x400=20,000(0.200 lac) Training No. of farmers x no. of days x Interstate cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 10x7x1000=70,000(0.700 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within state cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 8x5x750=30,000(0.300 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within district cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 25x2x400=20,000(0.200 lac)

46 Calculation of cost per unit of activity Exposure Visits No. of farmers x no. of days x Interstate cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 10x10x600=60,000(0.600 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within state cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 50x2x300=30,000(0.300 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within district cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 40x1x250=10,000(0.100 lac) Exposure Visits No. of farmers x no. of days x Interstate cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 10x10x600=60,000(0.600 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within state cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 50x2x300=30,000(0.300 lac) No. of farmers x no. of days x Within district cost ceiling per farmer per day (Rs.) = 40x1x250=10,000(0.100 lac)

47 Requirement of Funds Name of District : RUPNAGAR Sr. No. Activities No. of Beneficiaries No. of Unit/ activity Cost perTotal Fund required Unit/ activity B.1Developing SREP B.2Training of Farmers a) - Inter-State b) - Within State c) - Within District Level B.3Organizing Demonstrations a) -Demonstration (Agri) b) -Demonstration (allied sector) c) –Farmer to farmer technology Dissemination at Demonstration plot

48 B.4Exposure visits of farmers with maximum duration of five days + travel time. -Inter State Within the State Within District B.5 Mobilization of farmers Groups FIG/WIG/FOs/Cos/FCs a) Their Capacity building, skill development and support service b) Seed Money/Revolging funds B.6Rewards/incentives to best organized groups – representing different enterprises (5 groups) B.7Farmer Awards –best farmers responding Different enterprises -Block Level TOTAL

49 B.8District Level Exhibition/Kisan Melas/Fruit/Vegetable Shows B.9Farm Information Dissemination through printed leaflets, etc. and advertisement B.10Development of technology package on electronics form to be shared through IT network TOTAL

50 III. Agricultural Technology Refinement, Validation and Adoption B.11Farmer- Scientist Interaction at District Level (25 farmers for two days) (ii)Designate expert support from KVK at district level B.12Organization Field Days and Kisan Goshties to strengthen R-E-F linkage (1 per block in each season) B.13Assessment, Refinement, Validation and Adoption of Frontline Technologies & Researchable issues through KVKs and other local Research Centres TOTAL

51 IV. Administrative/Capital Expenses. B.14 Establishment of ATMA like Institutions. Recurring - Specialist and functionary support Number of specialists -PD Number of specialists - DPD Number of supported staff TA/DA & Operational Expenses for district level* Hiring of Vehicles Operational Expense Exclusively for Block Level Block Technology Management (BTM) Operational expenses for BTM Specialist support at block level (SMS) No. of specialists Operational expenses for SMS at Block level Non-Recurring Equipment * Civil Works and refurnishing of ATMA Office * B.15Establishment of Block Level Farm Information and Advisory Centres (FIACs) -- –providing IT applications for effective connectivity. B.16Farm school Total (B)

52 C.Innovative Activities – State Level C.1Implementation of Extension Activities Through Agri-Enterpreneurs trained under Agri-Clinic scheme. C.2PG Diploma in Agricultural Extension Management through MANAGE TOTAL (C) 0.850

53 D.Innovative Activities –District Level D.1Support for district level Training Institutions – It may include both Operational Expenses and Non- Recurring Expenditure D2.Setting up CRS --- D3.Farmer Friends TOTAL (D)

54 E.1Other innovative Activities E.1Innovative activities – State component -- E.2Innovative activities –District Component Total (E) Grand Total (A+B+C+D+E) Total Outlay Rs lakhs ( Rs Two Crores Twenty Two Lac Two Thousand Only) 90% Total Outlay Rs Lakhs ( Rs One Crores Ninety Nine lac Eighty One Thousand Eight Hundred only)

55 Earmarking of Funds Farmer Oriented Activities55% Farm Information Dissemination Activities10% R-E-F linkages7% Administrative Expenditure including TA/DA, hiring of vehicles and POL and operational expenses at District / Block level28% Staff Salary ComponentFixed Farmer Oriented Activities55% Farm Information Dissemination Activities10% R-E-F linkages7% Administrative Expenditure including TA/DA, hiring of vehicles and POL and operational expenses at District / Block level28% Staff Salary ComponentFixed

56 THANKS ATMA RUPNAGAR


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