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OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES OF NFSM FOR XII PLAN D.P.MALIK ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER Ministry of Agriculture Department of Agriculture and Cooperation
OBJECTIVES Ensure food and fodder security- area expansion and productivity enhancement of food crops including dual purpose coarse cereals. Restoration of soil fertility- micro-nutrients and soil ameliorants Enhancing farm level economy (i.e. farm profits)- post- harvest, marketing support and value chain integration National Food Security Mission 2
PRODUCTION TARGETS DURING XI PLAN AND XII PLAN National Food Security Mission 3 NFSM ComponentXI PlanXII Plan Wheat08 Rice10 Pulses0204 Coarse Cereals-03 Total2025 Note : Coarse Cereals and commercial crops (Cotton, Jute, Sugarcane) included under NFSM during XII Plan
STRATEGIES Low productivity and high potential areas, rainfed areas & remote areas Cropping system approach rather than individual crop Agro-climatic zone wise planning and cluster approach for crop productivity enhancement Pulse production enhancement through utilization of rice fallow, rice bunds and intercropping of pulses with coarse cereals, oilseeds and commercial crops Promotion and extension of improved technologies i.e., seed, INM, IPM, farm machineries, micro irrigation Input use efficiency and resource conservation technologies Post-harvest management,value chain integration and marketing support to pulses & coarse cereals Local/site specific initiatives Capacity building of the farmers/extension functionaries National Food Security Mission 4
SCHEMES SUBSUMED WITH NFSM IN XII PLAN National Food Security Mission 5 Name of Scheme/ProgrammeCrops included under NFSM Initiative for Nutritional Security through Intensive Millets Promotion (INSIMP)Millets Integrated Scheme of Oilseeds, Pulses, Oil palm and Maize ( ISOPOM)Maize Accelerated Fodder Development Programme (AFDP) Dual purpose coarse cereals Technology Mission on Cotton (TMC)Cotton Jute Technology Mission (JTM)Jute
NFSM COVERAGE National Food Security Mission 6
AREA OF OPERATION OF FOOD SECURITY MISSION XI PlanXII Plan Name of NFSM Component No. of States CoveredNo of Districts Covered No. of States CoveredNo of Districts Covered Wheat0914111119 Rice1914324199 Pulses1646923557 Coarse Cereals--27182 Total480570 Millets are covered under INSIMP a sub scheme of RKVY during XI Plan NFSM-Wheat and NFSM-Rice Districts selected on the basis of having area more than 50,000 ha each and yield below State Average Yield. NFSM-pulses -all districts of states expect H.P., Uttarakhand, J&K and Kerala In case of coarse cereals, the districts covering 70 % of the total coarse cereals area of the State have been selected All districts of north-eastern states (except Assam) with at least 5000 ha area under rice have been selected. Districts with at least 15000 ha area under rice or wheat in hill states of Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand have been selected. National Food Security Mission 7
CHANGES IN REVAMPED NFSM DURING XII PLAN NFSM IN 11 TH PLANNFSM IN 12 TH PLAN Rice, wheat, pulsesRice, Wheat, pulses, Coarse Cereals Foodgrain securityFood grain and fodder security-National Food Security Act. Focus on Low Productive Areas. Focus on Low Productive Areas, Problematic Areas, Rainfed Areas, Remote Areas NFSM- rice, wheat and Pulses NFSM-Rice. wheat and Pulses and Coarse cereals, Sub-mission on Cotton and Jute and Sugarcane Individual Crop Cropping system based approach Post harvest technologies not included Post harvest technologies like primary processing (destonning, grading, dehusking) and dal mill Same technologies for all the areas included Low productive areas- demonstration of Intensive crop development technologies on cluster approach High productive areas- resource conservation technologies Value chain Integration of small producers ( marketing) not included Value chain Integration of small producers ( marketing) included
COMPOSITION OF NFSM STRUCTURE XI PlanInclusion in XII Plan National Level National Food Security Mission General Council (NFSMGC) Chairman : Minister of Agriculture Member : Secretary (A&C),Secretary (DARE) &DG (ICAR), Secretary (Finance), Adviser, Agriculture( Planning Commission) and Agriculture Commissioner. Member Secretary: Mission Director Secretary (Food, Consumers Affairs &Public Distribution), Secretary (Panchayati Raj), Secretary (Tribal Affairs), Secretary (Social Justice and Empowerment, Secretary ( Women & Child Development). National Food Security Mission Executive Committee (NFSMEC) Chairman : Secretary (A&C) Member :Secretary (DARE) &DG (ICAR), Secretary(Water Resources), Secretary(Fertilizers), Adviser, Agriculture (Planning Commission), Agriculture Commissioner and Five Experts. Member Secretary: Mission Director Secretary (Panchayati Raj), Secretary (Tribal Affairs), Secretary (Social Justice and Empowerment, Secretary ( Women & Child Development). State Level State Food Security Mission Executive Committee (DFSMEC) Chairman : Chief Secretary Member : APC, Secretary (Agri.), Secretary (Irrigation), Secretary (Power), Vice Chancellor(s)of SAUs,Director/Project Director of ICAR Institutes and Representatives of Lead Bank) and Member Secretary : State Mission Director Member : Agriculture Production Commissioner, Secretary ( Panchayati Raj), Secretary (Tribal Affairs), Secretary (Social Welfare), Director (Agri.), Representatives of NABARD and Lead Bank District Level District Food Security Mission Executive Committee (DFSMEC) Chairman : District Collector/CEO of Zilla Parishad Member : Representatives from line Departments, Nominated progressive farmers, Representatives from Self Help Groups of farmers, Representatives from reputed NGOs, Representative of KVK /ICAR/SAU, Project Director ATMA, Member Secretary : Deputy Director (Agriculture)/District Agriculture Officer Representative from Lead Bank & NABARD, National Food Security Mission 11
ROLE OF PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTIONS Activity Involvement of Panchayati Raj Institutions in selection of beneficiary farmers Demonstrations of Improved Crop Technologies Village /Gram Panchayat Seed DistributionVillage /Gram Panchayat Integrated Nutrients/ soil ameliorants Management Village /Gram Panchayat Plant Protection MeasuresVillage /Gram Panchayat Farm Machineries and ImplementsZilla Parishad
CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFICATION OF AREAS AND BENEFICIARIES 16% - SCP-Scheduled Castes and 8% for TSP- Scheduled Tribes. Allocation to SC/ST farmers will be made proportionate to their population in the district. 33% allocation of the funds- small and marginal farmers. 30% allocation of the funds- women farmers. All the farmers are entitled to avail the assistance for various components of NFSM limited to 5 ha. in a season. ICAR, SAUs, KVKs, ATMA, reputed NGOs and other line departments-in planning and execution of demonstrations ICAR, SAUs and KVKs - technical support- formulation of district action plans, its implementation and monitoring. Technical staff will be sourced from ICAR/SAU/KVK for imparting training. PMT at the district level will help in developing synergy among research institutes and various line departments. National Food Security Mission 13
ACCELERATED CROP PRODUCTION PROGRAMME (ACPP) Large blocks of crop areas- cropping system based mode (30% ) as well as sole crops. Size of demonstration -100 ha for plain area and 10ha. for hill and north-eastern states Area -Lowest productivity areas in selected districts All farmers in a cluster would be included in a demonstration with at least 0.4 ha area for individual farmer. Selection of beneficiary Farmers-Gram Panchayat, contribution of resources, orientation meeting. Selection of Site- easily accessible, avoid on isolated field, representative of soil type and soil fertility status of the area. Soil Analysis- soil fertility status for use of fertilizer and soil ameliorants Identification of Technologies- productivity enhancement Development of package of inputs to be distributed- a package of inputs including micronutrients and bio-fertilizers. Distribution of demonstration kits and training of participating farmers- Orientation training programme for critical operations for the demonstrations and distribution of kits Monitoring- District PMT -demonstrations throughout the cropping season and report the outcome in prescribed format. Extension functionaries should visit the demonstration plots and arrange need based visits of scientists Display Board- No. of farmers, Village, Variety/ hybrid, type of demonstration, NPK Fertilizers, Bio-fertilizers,micronutrient, Date of Sowing/Transplanting, Seed Rate and Spacing, other critical input s, Mobile number of PMT Variety /hybrid-More than one improved variety/hybrid in one cluster demonstration. Organization of Field day/kisan gosthi Reporting of the Results- compilation of results of the demonstrations at block/district/State level. At State level, the results of the demonstrations should be compiled in the form of document. Analyze the contribution of various interventions for up-scaling in succeeding years. Front Line Demonstrations – 5% of ACPP for FLDs of rice, wheat, pulses and coarse cereals by ICAR/SAUs/KVKs National Food Security Mission 14
CAFETERIA OF INTERVENTIONS FOR BLOCK DEMONSTRATION RICEWHEATPULSESCOARSE CEREALS HYVs-transplanted and direct seeded, SRI, Hybrids rice stress tolerant varieties Seed treatment Micro Nutrients : Zinc, Boron, Iron Bio-fertilizers Use of lime/liming material to correct soil acidity Use of Weedicides IPM in rice including mechanical devices Promotion of mechanical transplanting Moisture stress management chemicals like PPFM bacteria Green Manuring HYVs and rust tolerant HYVs Lime and Liming Material for acidic soils Gypsum/Phospho gypsum in moderately alkaline soils Micro Nutrients : Zinc, Boron, Iron Bio-fertilizers Seed treatment with fungicide Soil treatment for Termite control Use of Laser land leveler Line sowing using seed drills. Weedicides Moisture stress chemicals Potassium chloride or hydrogel Green Manuring Conservation agriculture HVYS : Urd, Moong, Moth, Cowpea, Pigeon pea, Chick Pea, ield pea, Lentil, Horse gram Seed treatment with ungicides/trichoderma Intercropping of pulses with other crops like sugarcane, cotton etc Promotion of summer moong Planting of Pulses in rice fallows and rice bunds Planting of Kharif Pulses on Ridges (Urd, Moong, Arhar) Replacement of utera crop by sown crop Use of Micro Nutrients Zinc, Boron, Iron, Molybdenum. Bio-fertlizers :Rhyzobium and PSB, Potash mobilizing bacteria and zinc solubilizing bacteria Use of Sulphur as a nutrient Use of pre and post emergence weedicide Demonstration on IPM including mechanical devices Foliar spray of nutrients Maize/Barely Hybrid /HYVs Seed treatment Ridge furrow planting Micro-nutrient: Zinc Weedicide and Pesticide Bio-fertilizers Demonstration on IPM including mechanical devices Millets : HYVs and hybrid : Pearl millet Sorghum and HYVs of small millets line sowing Micro nutrients (Zinc, Boron, Iron) Weedicides and pesticides Bio-fertilizers Demonstration on IPM including mechanical devices National Food Security Mission 15
COST NORM FOR CLUSTER DEMONSTRATION & OTHER INTERVENTIONS ParticularsRiceWheatPulsesCoarse Cereals A. Demonstration (Rs/ha) 1.Individual Crop* 2.Cropping Based Approach 7500 12500 7500 12500 7500 12500 5000 - B. Seed Distribution** (Rs/ Kg) 1.High Yielding Varieties 2.Hybrid (Rice & Coarse Cereals) 10 50 10 - 25 - 15 50 C. Plant Protection (Rs /ha) 1.PP Chemicals & Bio-pesticides 2.Weedicides 500 D. Micro-nutrient & Soil Ameliorants (Rs / ha) 1. Gypsum /phospho-gypsum/ bentonite sulphur 2. Micronutrients 3. Bio-fertilizers (Rhizobium/ PSB) 4. Lime / liming materials - 500 - 1000 750 500 - 750 500 100 1000 - 500 - E. Local initiatives5% * Cost norms for Field Day, distribution of publicity material and visit of scientists/GOI and state officials @Rs. 250, Rs. 250 and Rs. 300, respectively **20% of State’s Seed distribution of Hybrid/HYV to Central Seed Agencies like NSC/SFCI Reimbursement of subsidy for distribution of Hybrid/HYV seeds s will be made directly to agencies by the Ministry National Food Security Mission 16
FUNDS ALLOCATION UNDER NEED BASED INPUTS Particulars Share of allocation of funds(%) Remarks Seed distribution49Hybrid and HYVs IPM, INM, PP chemicals,, bio-fertilizers and soil ameliorants 20Weedicides, pesticides, bio- pesticides, Zinc, Boron, lime, Gypsum etc Farm machinery and implements10Machinery, implements and tools Water saving devices20Pump set, raingun, water carrying pipes, lining of ponds, sprinkler Training01 famers
COST NORMS FOR FARM MACHINERY & IMPLEMENTS ParticularsRs. per UnitRiceWheatPulses Coarse Cereals Conoweeder600√ Manual Sprayer: Knap sack sprayer/Foot operated sprayer 600√√√ Drum Seeder in rice1500√ Power sprayer3000√√√ Chiseller (Deep Ploughing)8000√√ Sprinkler set / Pump Set up to 10 HP10000√√√ Tractor Mounted Sprayer10000√√ Seed Drill / Zero till seed drill / Multi crop Planter / Zero till multi crop Planter 15000√√√ Ridge Furrow Planter15000√ Power weeder15000√√ Water carrying pipes15000 / 600 meter √ √√ Mobile Rain gun15000√√ Rotavator/turbo seeder35000√√√ Paddy Thresher/Multi crop thresher40000√√√ Laser Land Leveler150000 / 10 farmers group√√√ Self Propelled Paddy Transplanter75000√ Zero Till Seed Drill and Sprinkler Set are not covered under NFSM-Rice 50% of the farmers under cluster demonstration will be selected for farm machineries and implements National Food Security Mission 18
PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM(PMT) PMT –comprising of One consultant and Two Technical Assistants 47 State PMTs and 441 District PMTs State may engage one accountant in place of one TA at state headquarter State may include District PMT under any of NFSM component i.e Rice, wheat, Pulses and Coarse cereals while preparing Action Plan One state Level PMT –for each Crop Development Directorate
COST NORMS OF TRAINING ItemRate (Rs.) Amount (Rs.) for 4 sessions of one training Honorarium for one trainerRs.500/- per session2000.00 Training material & stationaryRs.500/- per session2000.00 Refreshment for trainees, supporting staff Rs.50/- head per session for 35 persons7000.00 Contingency, POL transport,etc.Rs.750/- per session3000.00 Total14000.00 Mission has adopted cropping system-based approach. Each training comprises of four (04) sessions focus on of each training. One at the beginning of kharif and rabi season, one each during kharif and rabi season. 30 participants/farmers in each session and participants in all four sessions will be same. Training will be imparted by crop/subject matter specialists of ICAR institutes/SAUs/KVK Training will focus on crop management (agronomic and plant protection practices) including primary processing of produce, storage etc. National Food Security Mission 20
STRATEGIC RESEARCH PROJECTS For address various research issues and yield gaps of food crops, research projects will be supported to ICAR/SAUs/International Organizations(ICARDA,IRRI,ICRISAT,CYMMIT etc.) Themes/area of research Conservation of natural resources (land, water) and their efficient use INM,IPM,IWM Modification/refinements in farm machines/tools for various soils types/cropping systems Up-scaling of improved crop varieties/hybrids in NFSM adopted states/agro-climatic zones under water/thermal stress conditions Nutrient management in problematic soil (acidic/alkaline/sodic) Crop-husbandry and Input use efficiency Rain-water management in kharif pulses Refinement of relay cropping systems and agronomic practices for intercropping systems involving pulses Quality seed storages in the humid and hot climatic conditions-coastal areas Value addition in case of coarse cereals and pulses Precision farming -nutrient manager and crop manager.
New Initiative included in Revised NFSM Specialized projects for high productivity areas National Food Security Mission 22 Area to be coveredActivities to be coveredCost norms (Rs.) Reclamation of problematic soils surveys and project preparation Land development activities Application of amendments (gypsum, phospho-gypsum, pyrites etc) Reclamation package of crops tolerant to alkalinity/salinity/acidity etc. adapting the reclamation packages etc Rs.50,000 per hectare with 25% share of farmer Each project proposal should not exceed Rs10 crores Development of water-logged areas Surveys for the project preparation Construction of field/community ditches linking to natural drains or pumping of the excess water to a natural drainage lines and related activities Evaluation of crops tolerant to water-logging etc. Projects to combat the effect of climate change: Demonstration of heat tolerant varieties Promotion of micro-irrigation system (drip and sprinkler) for protective irrigation etc.
DEMONSTRATIONS OF CROP PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES IN REMOTE AREAS AND ASSISTANCE FOR FARM MECHANIZATION Area to be focusedPurposeImplementing agencies Cost normsRemarks Mostly rainfed and inhabited by tribal and poor farmers Cluster demonstrations of crops institutes/organizati ons/ NGOs As applicable to states 10% of cost of demonstration as institutional charge State/district authorities will monitor the work done. Implementing agencies will be identified at district level with criteria At least 3 years experience of successful execution of agriculture/rural development projects in remote/backward areas. Should have accounts audited for all programmes implemented during past three years. Assistance to Custom Hiring Centres Small land holdersAccessibility to farm machines and implements for various farm operations Custom hiring centers Rs 1500 per hectare community operations of selected farm activities to be undertaken within a time frame
VALUE CHAIN INTEGRATION OF SMALL PRODUCERS Forming and strengthening of Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) may offer collective strength Seed production and seed procurement Access to credit and improved technologies Reduction in transaction costs Facilitation value addition, Tapping high value markets States will be required to submit their action plans for FPO promotion, to be undertaken through SFAC or similar organizations Assistance for FPO promotion will be available for a maximum period of three years as per the FPO Process Guidelines of DAC. Action Plans must specify the commodity, target area and target producers and should be broadly divided into four areas (i) Mobilization, training, exposure and capacity building interventions (ii) Agriculture based livelihood interventions such as trial and demonstration of Good Agriculture Practices (replacement of varieties, pre-and Post-sowing practices, seed production and dissemination, INM, IPM, etc.) (iii) Formation and development of Kissan Producer Company or other institutional form (iv) linkage to value chain (marketing) SFAC will assist the States in drawing up action plans States will also have the flexibility to undertake FPO promotion through any other Central, State, civil society or private
MARKETING SUPPORT FOR PULSES AND MILLETS Crops coveredActivities to be coveredIncentive toImplementing agencies Cost norms PulsesEstablishment of Dal mills Farmer Farmers group Registered FPO SFAC Similar organizations at Centre/State level Rs. 10.00 lakhs, or 30% of the total cost, whichever is lower, as one time support Pulses and millets Branding and marketing of milled pulses or millets Registered FPOSFAC Similar organizations at Centre/State level @Rs.5.00 lakh per FPO, for one time support only Pulses and millets Marketing support (local) un-registered farmer groups SHGs SHG federation SFAC Similar organizations at Centre/State level Rs.2.00 lakh per group of 15 farmers for one time support only Pulses and millets set up and equip procurement centres to grade and processing Registered FPOsSFAC Similar organizations at Centre/State level Rs.5.00 lakh per FPO for one time support only
LOCAL INITIATIVES To support important location specific interventions, which not covered under the normal activities of the Mission Activities like augmentation of water resources, development of godowns for safe storage of critical inputs, machines for post-harvest processing like graders, dehusking machines etc. Assistance will be limited to 5% of the total budgetary allocation Assistance would be limited to 50% of the cost of each intervention Interventions proposed would be evaluated by a team of experts at the State level and will be cleared by SFSMEC for releasing the funds to the implementing agency at the district level. National Food Security Mission 26
TRAINING AND AWARDS Training of extension functionaries Central and State functionaries-latest crop specific technologies Involvement of SAUs, National and International research organizations- within country Exposure visit/training of state technical officials Enrichment of knowledge base of state technical officials International organizations like IRRI, CYMMIT, ICRISAT, AVRDC, ICARDA or any other research organization in crop production technologies etc. would be organized. Awards Best Performing District award 4 components of NFSM at interval of 2 years (one award per 5 NFSM districts for each crop)- Rs.5.00 lakh criteria for selection of district( NFSM guidelines) National Award for Best Performing States 3 Awards to States for highest food production –Rs 2. crores 4 Awards – one each for the highest production under rice, wheat, pulses and coarse cereals –Rs1.0 crores Leadership awards District Level Officers for good performance in the field.
MONITORING MECHANISM District Level- DFSMEC and Project Management Team. State Level- Committee to be constituted under the Chairmanship of the State Mission Director with members from the line departments, SAUs, Lead Bank, NABARD, ICAR institutes and Crop Development Directorates of DAC. National Level-Committee to be constituted under the Chairmanship of the Mission Director with members from DAC, ICAR, SAUs, CDDs, research institutions concerned and officials of State Departments concerned. Crop Development Directorates: The nine Crop Development Directorates will be involved in monitoring of the Mission activities in States assigned to them. NLMOTs – Team constituted with involvement of Director, CDD for each state for monitoring the activities of the Mission. Close monitoring of physical and financial targets of various program interventions would be done by the monitoring teams. Format for monitoring these interventions would be prescribed by NFSMEC. SDES will be involved in adopting the prescribed format for data collection pertaining to different parameters of the Mission for monitoring to suit the local requirements. National Food Security Mission 28
EVALUATION OF NFSM Baseline Survey- SDA/ SDES will do baseline survey know the resource endowments of the farmers and the level of crop productivity. Concurrent Evaluation SDA/SDES/SAU will do evaluation every year to assess the performance of the Mission commensurate with annual action plan and its objectives. Mid-term Evaluation: at national level through an independent agency/organization in 3rd year. Impact Evaluation Study/Studies: at the National Level will also be undertaken through an independent agency after the third year of implementation. Information communication technology (ICT)- Specialized software for the reporting, monitoring and evaluation of the Mission's activities. National Food Security Mission 29
MECHANISM OF FUND FLOW Funds be directly released to State Governments State Government would release funds to State Level Agency (SLA). SLA - District Level Agency in accordance with approved programme of the district. Funds would be released in installments based on the progress reports and submission of utilization certificate. Funds for the implementation of the activities of the components will be released by the SLA/DLA to the nodal departments for the procurement of the required inputs. ‘Electronic Banking’ will be used for transfer of funds to the State Level Agency and further to the districts. STA will have to maintain a separate budget and prescribed accounting system for the Mission, both at the State and district level. National Food Security Mission 30
REPORTING SYSTEM Quarterly Progress Reports (QPRs) by the 15 th of the month following each quarter (e.g. April to June to be submitted by 15 th July) Detailed Annual Progress Report (APR) within three (03)months after the end of the year (e.g. APR up to June of succeeding year) One copy of QPR/APR NFSM-Rice to DRD, Patna NFSM-Wheat to DWD, Ghaziabad NFSM-Pulses to DPD, Bhopal NFSM-Coarse cereals to DMD, Jaipur. Note: Formats for reporting in NFSM Guidelines National Food Security Mission 31
BASIC QUALIFICATION, EXPERIENCE AND HONORARIUM OF PMT ParticularsEducational Qualification & experience Hono- rarium (Rs./ Month) Conveyance Allowance (Rs./ Month) Daily Allowance (Rs./Day) A. District level: Consultants Basic degree in Agriculture with Masters Degree in Agronomy/Agri. Extension/Soil Science/Plant Protection/Crop Improvement having at least 10 years of field experience in crop production/ Extension. 30,0001,000 150 (10 days in a month) Or as per state rules The person should have the ability of team leadership & motivation. Technical Assistants Basic degree in agriculture with computer skills. In case of non-availability of agriculture graduates, candidates with basic degree in life sciences 20,000800 100 (10 days in a month) Or as per state rules Person with experience of research and extension will be given preference. B. State Level Consultants Doctorate Degree in Agronomy/ Agriculture Extension/Soil Science/Plant Breeding/Plant Protection /Crop Improvement having at least 10 years of field experience in crop production. 50,0002,000 200 (10 days in a month) Or as per state rules Ability to analyze data and preparation of projects, writing reports/seminar notes/ articles as evidenced by publication in national/ international journals. The person should have the ability of team leadership & motivation. Technical Assistants Master degree in Agriculture with specialization in management of field crops. Knowledge of computer essential. 25,0001,500 150 (10 days in a month) Or as per state rules 2. Person with experience of research and extension will be given preference.