Presentation on theme: "DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RAJASTHAN, JAIPUR WELCOME 10th Meeting of the National Food Security Mission Executive Committee (NFSM-EC) 12 September,2012."— Presentation transcript:
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RAJASTHAN, JAIPUR WELCOME 10th Meeting of the National Food Security Mission Executive Committee (NFSM-EC) 12 September,2012
Comparative Rainfall Position
District% Deviation from normal rainfallTarget of sowing Sowing upto Sowing up to Upto Upto Nagaur ¼8 % ½ ¼84 % ½ Jodhpur ¼13 % ½ 9.31 ¼78 % ½ Bikaner ¼15 % ½ ¼80 % ½ Jaisalmer ¼12 % ½ 2.20 ¼37 % ½ Barmer ¼17 % ½ ¼62 % ½ Total ¼13-19 % ½ ¼70-96 % ½ 1. Only 13 % area sown up to end of July in above Districts % sown area increased due to rainfall in August. 3. It is expected that production of grain would be less than normal but fodder production would be achieved % of area of Jaisalmer District remained unsown. 5. Grain and fodder productivity would depend on occurrence of rainfall in September. Status of Rainfall and Sowing position in Five scanty Rainfall districts Area in lac ha
Crop-wise position of sown area of state CropAverage area (Normal) Last year position upto Area sown this year as on Less/more than normal (4-2) Less/more than normal during last year (4-3) (A) Cereals Rice Sorghum Bajra Maize Total Cereals (B) Pulses G.Total (C) Oilseeds (D) Cotton Guar Other G.Total Sown area up to lac ha (86 %) Expected sown area in Kharif lac ha Area in lac ha
Area, Production & Productivity of Wheat and Pulses during to (Area lac ha., Prod. lac tones & Yield kg/ha) Kharif PulsesRabi PulsesWheat YEARA*P*Y*A**P**Y**A**P**Y** *First Advance Estimate **Target Note- Less area coverage during due to late onset of monsoon.
Crop-wise comparative Productivity , and (Area lac ha., Prod. lac tones & Productivity kg/ha) Crop APYAPYAPY Kharif Pulses Moong Moth Cowpea Urd Arhar Others Total Rabi Pulses Gram Other Total Wheat
Kharif pulses Area : Lac ha. Production : Lac tones Productivity : Kg/ha
Comparative Productivity of Wheat (kg/ ha) to (Target) NFSM Non- NFSM State
Summary of Physical and Financial Progress of NFSM for (Rs.in lacs) S No Compo. Approv ed Plan Op. Balance as on Funds Received Total Available Funds Expen. % Achi. of Allo. Unspent Balance 1 NFSM - Wheat NFSM - Pulses Media & Publicity Total NFSM-A3P Grand Total
Reasons of Shortfall Certified seed distribution- Wheat - Less coverage of area by 1.6 lac ha than and Pending liabilities of Rs lacs Pulses - Less availability of seed and Pending liabilities of Rs lacs Less Production of Foundation & Certified Seed due to erratic rains in Kharif and frost in winters. Pending liabilities of Rs lacs Less expenditure under IPM, Micronutrient, P.P. Chemicals, PMT, Pump set and FFS Seed treatment, weed control & termite control- Short supply of inputs by HIL/RAJFED. PMT- About half positions are vacant and revised honorarium not allowed. Seed drill/SCFD- Physical achievement is more than target. The financial achievement is less due to less unit cost. Comparatively higher allocation of funds received under SC category
Financial Statement (Rs. in lacs) S. NoCompo. Approv. Plan O. B. as on Funds Received Total Available Funds Exp. (upto Aug.,12) 1Wheat Pulses Media & Publicity A3P Total Note- Progress reviewed and excess expenditure under Media & Publicity and A3P approved by SFSMEC held under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary.
Physical and Financial Progress of Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P) Approved Target Achievement (upto Aug.12) Crop Physical (Units and Area) Financial (Rs. in lacs) Physical (Units and Area) Financial (Rs. in lacs) Kharif Moong 200 units (20000 ha) units (19900 ha) Moth* 50 units (5000 ha) units (4850 ha) Total 250 units (25000 ha) units (24750 ha) RabiGram 250 units (25000 ha) Grand Total 500 units (50000 ha) units (24750 ha) Note- * Moth crop has been selected in place of Urd crop which has been approved by SFSMEC
Input Planning for Rabi Input RequiredProcurement throughRemarks SeedRSSC/NSC/SFCIWheat- Requirement qnt. Availability qnt. Gram- Requirement qnt. Availability qnt. GypsumDealers Network of IPL, RAJFED, RLDC, CFCL Requirement – MT Availability MT supplied and remaining quantity is being supplied. Zinc & Ferrous Sulfate RAJFED/KVSS/GSSArranging supply as per demand of district IPMRAJFED/KVSS/GSSArranging supply as per demand of district
Status of online submission of Progress Report 1. State Level Progress Report of NFSM up to March, 2012 is online. 2. District Level Progress Report of NFSM-Wheat is online up to and rest will be completed upto 31 oct.,2012.
Status of Project Management Team S. No. PositionProvisionStatus 1.State Consultant22 2.District Consultant248 3.Senior Technical Assistant20 4.Technical Assistant7833 Total10643 Note-PMT status discussed in SFSMEC and matter will be sorted out through Finance Department.
Success Story Receiving Krishi Karman Awards for in ever highest pulse production.
Specific Issues The following issues discussed and approved by SFSMEC held under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary – 1. Age relaxation of age limit to beyond 10 years for certified Wheat seed distribution is required. 2. Funds for Rs lacs in Wheat and Rs lacs under Pulses are required to be released for clearance of Certified Seed distribution liabilities of SFCI during Increase allocation of qnt Gram seed from SFCI & NSC for requirement of certified seed distribution under NFSM. 4.The liabilities of Rs Lacs created under NFSM-Pulses during was cleared from A3P funds and adjusted during from NFSM- Pulses. Approval for excess expenditure is required from GOI. Contd
Specific Issues Issues:- 5. During an expenditure of Rs Lacs incurred under NFSM-Media & Publicity. This has been cleared from A3P funds and approval is required from GOI. 6. During , 28 units of gram have been conducted against the target of 20 units under A3P. The additional liabilities of Rs lacs have been cleared from NFSM-Pulses. Hence, approval is required from GOI. 7. Under A3P, seed provided to farmers for 1.0 hectare instead of 0.2 hectare seed minikit during and This initiative has been approved by SFSMEC.
Overall Impact of NFSM A. Increase in Area, Production & Yield of Wheat and Pulses (A-Area in lac ha., P-Production in lac. tones and Y-Yield kg/ha.) S. No. Crop/ Distt. Av. 10 th Plan( to ) Av. 11 th Plan ( to ) % increase during Av.11 th Plan over Av. 10 th Plan A PYA PYA PY 1.Wheat NFSM Non- NFSM State Pulses
B. Increase in Seed Replacement Rate S. No.Crop SRR during SRR during Wheat Gram Moong Urd Cowpea Moth Arhar