Agriculture Creating New Opportunities For Livelihood

The vast Indo-Gangetic Plain, extending from Punjab to Assam, is most intensively farmed zone of the world. Since independence contribution of agriculture to GDP has seen a decline, even after the green revolution. Our economic security concerns still depend upon agriculture as still 58% of the population is dependent on Agriculture compared to 75% at the time of independence. Around 51% of Indias geographical area is already under cultivation as compared to 11% of the world average. India leads the world in production of a few agriculture commodities. It is the largest producer in the world of milk, cashew nuts, coconut, tea, ginger, turmeric and black pepper. It is the second largest producer of wheat, rice, sugar, groundnut and inland fish. It is the third largest producer of tobacco. India accounts for 10 per cent of the world’s fruit production, ranking first in production of banana and sapota. The total food production in India is likely to double in the next ten years and there is an opportunity for large investments in food processing technologies, skills and equipment, especially in areas of Canning, Dairy and Food Processing, Specialty Processing, Packaging, Frozen Food/Refrigeration and Thermo Processing, Fruits & Vegetables, Fisheries, Milk & Milk Products, Meat & Poultry, Packaged/Convenience Foods, vegetable production, organic farming ,agriculture waste management,vermi-compost,production of Alcoholic Beverages & Soft Drinks and Grains are important sub-sectors of the food processing industry.
The potential that the country has is yet to be exploited for best output . If we look at it as livelihood activity we find 50 percent of the population contributing only 17% of the GDP. The agriculture growth is less than the growth of the economy. In spite of having good percentage of fertile soil, average yield in India is about 30% to 50% than that of world. So what are the factors that Govt. agencies and NGOs need to look at before implementing agro based livelihood projects?
UN establishes that India needs to do resource mobilization, improve project management and implementation in rural areas. Like providing advanced farming skills to farmers, irrigation facilities to overcome water shortage, proper storage facilities, better market linkages and high value for the produce, improve availability of high-yield varieties of seeds and advanced research and development should be done to improve per-hectare yield of crops in India. The govt. and research institutes are working on stem cell research, nanotechnology to improve the yield but our nation is much dependent on the monsoon and major areas of the country are facing severe droughts.
Despite various schemes like Gramin Bhandaran Yojna, Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana, National Food Security Mission, National Horticulture Mission etc. and increased grant allocation from Rs 5560.00 crore in 2007-08 to Rs. 20208.00 crore in 2012-13 still everyday there are news of farmer suicides and why not when farmers earn merely Rs 1500 per month. Efforts should be made by Government, Donors, CSR organizations, NGOs to increase their income by enhancing their skills in modern agricultural techniques and practices which would increase the yield, contract farming, group farming, cooperatives, multi cropping techniques, production of cash crops, credit facilities etc. should be promoted so that the risks can be mitigated and their standard of living can be improved. Packaging and marketing of the produce should be the priority. One Block One Product is an efficient way to promote produces at national and international level. The ambitious project of connecting the major rivers should be implemented before its too late. With all these efforts we hope that the present situation gets better and the Agriculture sector gets revamped.

Agriculture Not Be A State Subject

CII today organized a Seminar on Reforms in the APMC (Agricultural Produce Market Committee) Act , and its impact in the Southern States. This is an initiative of the Agri Business Sub-Committee, CII-Southern Region. Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Shankarlal Guru, Chairman-International Society for Agricultural Marketing said Agricultural sector is in urgent need of reforms by the respective State governments to help drive the economy to a higher growth rate that is expected by the policy makers, but a comprehensive agenda for reforms in this crucial sector is yet to emerge. Hence, the need for Agriculture to be made a central subject and not a state subject, thus alienating it from politics, said Mr. Guru. Contract farming should be encouraged as it will help bring technology and modern practices into the agriculture sector – opined Mr. Guru.

The APMC Act in each state of India requires all agricultural products to be sold only in government – regulated markets. These markets impose substantial taxes on buyers, in addition to commissions and fees taken by middlemen, but typically provide little service in areas such as price discovery, grading or inspection. A key impact of this regulation is the inability of private sector processors and retailers to integrate their enterprises directly with farmers or other sellers, eliminating middlemen in the process. Farmers also are unable to legally enter into contracts with buyers. This leaves no incentives for farmers to upgrade, and inhibits private and foreign investments in the food process sector.

Also addressing the audience was Mr. Sivakumar, Chairman Agri Business Sub-Committee, CII-Southern Region and Chief Executive – Agri, ITC Ltd. Said that Agri business in India is at a transition point. Having sailed through the shortage economy to an economy with surplus in grains, it is important that Governments at the Centre and State recognize the need for inclusive growth to take agriculture forward in India. Setting the context for the day’s discussion, Mr. Sivakumar emphasized that in spite of employing about 57% of the population of the country, agriculture on contributes 27% to the GDP of India. This distortion makes agriculture not a lucrative employment generator and hence, keeping with the global view, India needs to carve out opportunities in agri-exports sector. Contract farming and direct marketing to retail chains and processing units are the need of the hour he said.

Regulations to keep pace with these needs are required, which need alternative marketing mechanisms. Hence, reforms in the APMC Act are recommended in various fields, he added.

Making a presentation on “Aligning State Policies with emerging new marketing models”, Prof. S Raghunath from the Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore, emphasized the need for an effective and efficient distribution system for agri-produce and provision for supply-demand transparency. Since the main objective of the APMC Act was to prevent exploitation of farmers by various intermediaries, reforms were required in the Act, with changing face of agriculture and the agricultural supply chain, opined Prof Raghunath. India is the largest producer of vegetable in the world, with a total share of 15% of global produce. 8% of world’s fruits are produced in India, ranking it second in the world market. In spite of this, there is a high cumulative wastage of 40% in India, informed Prof. Raghunath. Inadequate infrastructure and lack of organized supply chain were the main cause for such a disparity, he said. Thus, reforms in this sector need to catch up with the pace of development in the economy and dis-intermediation and participation of organized players in the sector will remove the lacunae, opined Prof. Raghunath.

Centre asks states to amend APMC Act

In a move to allow farmers to directly sell their produce to industry, contract farming and setting up of competitive markets in private and cooperative sector, the Centre has asked the state government to amend the Agricultural Produce Marketing Act.

Under the present Act, the processing industry cannot buy directly from farmers. The farmer is also restricted from entering into direct contract with any manufacturer because the produce is required to be canalised through regulated markets. These restrictions are acting as a disincentive to farmers, trade and industries.

The government has recently approved a central sector scheme titled Development/strengthening of agricultural marketing infrastructure, grading and standardisation.

Under the scheme, credit linked investment subsidy shall be provided on the capital cost of general or commodity specific infrastructure for marketing of agricultural commodities and for strengthening and modernisation of existing agricultural markets, wholesale, rural periodic or in tribal areas.

The scheme is linked to reforms in state law dealing with agricultural markets (APMC Act). Assistance under the new scheme will be provided in those states that amend the APMC Act.

The Centre has asked the state governments to inform as to whether necessary amendments to the APMC Act have been carried out, in order to notify the reforming states for applicability of the scheme.

Along with the Centre, the industry is also interested in the amendment to the APMC Act as it restricts the growth of trade in agricultural commodities.

The policy regime pertaining to internal trade is particularly restrictive. The agricultural sector continues to be hamstrung by a plethora of controls, which were introduced during the era of shortages, said the PHDCCI.

Meanwhile, a decentralised system of procuring wheat and rice would make the Public Distribution System more cost effective, the government has said.

B SC in Agriculture- Pursue Lucrative Future Prospects

Farming is the primary occupation of India. This is a diverse field and involves lots of intricacies and intensive production processes. Agriculture has emerged as a lucrative profession for the skilled, competent and aspiring individuals. This field is growing at a rapid pace and is thus offering numerous opportunities for a promising career. Thus learning in Agriculture is aspired by many ambitious individuals. There are several colleges and institutes that offer comprehensive study programs in Agriculture. Education in cultivation is extremely important for one to understand the holistic procedures and production process in order to practice good quality agriculture.

Agriculture is the science of cultivating and producing excellent corps using eco-friendly techniques and implementing sustainable production standards. Learning in agriculture covers all important study topics related to benefits of cultivation and also provides practical exposure to the hard working aspirants. B. SC in Agriculture offers advanced level learning in scientific methods of farming and cultivation. These courses are specially designed not only to impart comprehensive knowledge but also develop requisite skills to help students think in a constructive and practical manner.

B SC in agriculture covers array of subjects related to farming, forestry, natural resource management etc. These disciplines branch out to specialized fields that include microbiology, food processing, plant breeding and many such more fields that offer excellent professional growth in future. Besides a variety of study topics B SC in agriculture teaches everything related to environment studies. Thus the focus is to nurture professional agriculture experts with extensive knowledge of the field and hold enough abilities to monitor eco-friendly and good quality food production. These enriching study proms also on the other hand, help the development of specialized skills and entrepreneurial capabilities in students thus helping them accomplish business goals and achieve professional dreams.

Apart from degree courses Diploma in Agriculture is also a very popular study program. These courses offer enhanced understanding of science and impart holistic knowledge of high-end techniques for cultivation. Marketing, engineering and finance are all a part of the wholesome learning in agriculture. A Diploma in Agriculture can open up numerous doors of opportunities for the skilled and competent. A comprehensive course on agriculture would prepare the student to take up a job anywhere in the world as it will offer global exposure to various techniques and fundamentals. A career in farming and cultivation indeed offers excellent prospects for the future of the country.

B. SC in Agriculture offers advanced level learning in scientific methods of farming and cultivation. These courses are specially designed not only to impart comprehensive knowledge but also develop requisite skills to help students think in a constructive and practical manner.

Apart from degree courses Diploma in Agriculture is also a very popular study program. A Diploma in Agriculture can open up numerous doors of opportunities for the skilled and competent.

The History And Agriculture Of The Wolfberry

Wolfberry is the name given to the Chinese and European variety of the Goji berry. It actually goes by many other names and has more than 100 species. The Lyceum Barbarum Wolfberry is the most popular species of this plant. It is the best tasting one and is used for making Goji juice and for medicinal uses in Asia and India.

The Wolfberry is a shrub that can grow up to 10 feet with trailing vines spreading to up to 20 feet. In China it is cultivated in large plantations for commercial use. These commercial farms use conventional chemical methods to grow the Wolfberry and protect it from insect damage. The largest growing area is the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, in Northern China. This is where they grow the Lyceum Barbarum Wolfberry. This species was originally taken from Tibet and the Himalayan region.

Other varieties of this plant can be found growing wild in various parts of the world including the UK. It is known as the Wolfberry and also has other names, like The Box Thorn Fruit and The Matrimony Vine Fruit. This plant grows wild in the cooler parts of Europe and Asia.

In Tibet and Inner Mongolia the Wolfberry is known as the Goji Berry. It is one of the protected medicinal plants in this area. Because of its use as a medicine plant the Wolfberry is grown organically there with no additional chemicals. The areas it grows in are labeled as “wild places” and are relatively untouched by urban development. An organization Co-op for the Goji farmers that ensures they get fair prices and help continue growing Wolfberry plants, was created in 1975. The Tanaduk Institute has also helped to protect the medicinal plants grown in this region. Several monasteries in India also grow medicinal plants including the Wolfberry. They are grown organically here and are sold on a limited basis.

The plants are quite easy to grow and can be started from seed. The seeds take around 7 days to germinate. The Wolfberry can also be cultivated from roots. It is resistant to drought and can withstand temperatures of -15 degrees Fahrenheit in winter and up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit in summer. The Wolfberry prefers light soil for optimum growth but will grow in any soil. Ideally the plant prefers full sunlight but will also grow in partial shade.

You can cultivate The Wolfberry in containers. If you do this, you need to hand pollinate the Wolfberry flowers, to get the fruit. The fruits are quite vulnerable to insect damage so you should take steps to protect the plants when they are producing fruit. The Wolfberry plants begin to bear fruit from the age of 1 year and will produce heavy crops when they are between 4 and 5 years old. They start to bloom in early summer and develop fruit in late summer. The Wolfberry will continue to bear fruit until the first severe frost. The best way to get the maximum health benefits from this plant is to try to grow it naturally without chemicals, herbicides or insecticides.

Play safe with the help of Renewable Energy

If we individually see this word ENERGY then we can say that “Energy is defined as the ability or the capacity to do work”. And we use energy to do work and make all movements. When we eat, our bodies transform the food into energy to do work. When we run or walk or do some work, we burn energy in our bodies. Cars, planes, trolleys, boats, and machinery also transform energy into work. Work means moving or lifting something, warming or lighting something. There are many sources of energy that help to run the various machines invented by man.”Man has discover fire by burning wood for cooking and heating which we can say one type of energy and the use of energy.

For thousands of years we only used sun, water and wind power but in todays world we are mainly depend on fossil power. As early as 4000-3500 BC, ships were running by wind energy. With the use of hydropower through water mills or irrigation systems, things began to move faster. In rural India still people are using fuel wood and dung cakes as major source of energy. Solar energy is used for drying and heating.

As industry grows, the use of energy in the form of fossil fuels began. It started with exploitation of coal to exploitation of oil. In early stage, we used coal, after that oil, and natural gas were in use as the main source of energy. Before half of century nuclear power began being used as an energy source. But as the usage increased it starts affecting environment.

Oil prices are increasing day by day because production is decreasing. And at the same time demand of the energy is also increasing and the price of natural gas, too, has risen. Therefore, Renewable Energy has grasp public, media, and political attention as a potential key to the critical concern of environment change.

There are many product projects which are commenced for constructing Renewable Energy Systems. Many companies which are in Energy business are inventing new ways to dig out Renewable Energy from renewable sources. In couple of next few years cost of oil will boost up. Oil supply may soon peak as utilization continues to grow, known supplies run out and new reserves turn out to be difficult to discover.

Prices of oil and natural gas have risen at the same time electricity is no longer chipper. If we compare Renewable Energy from wind and solar powered alternatives with available energy of oil and natural gas then no longer look so costly. Global warming, a long-range phenomenon, may not be uppermost in peoples minds during an economic downturn. Alternate energy may be costly now but will reduced to zero prices for the manufactures, so the costumer will get benefit from that also.

The most effective solution is to diversify our energy supplies at home. That means, to opening up areas to safe and environmentally responsible development and built more Renewable Energy Systems to support safe environment. Instead of paying for high prices of gas and oil imports we should use our own, clean domestic resources to fuel our own economy here like using solar and wind technologies.

Main weakness of Renewable Energy Systems is high initial cost of set up. Problem with Renewable Energy Systems is substantial investment for infrastructure to generate it. Current market of renewable energy is not as broad as gas and primary energy source has. High initial cost and scarcity of market are making Renewable Energy very costly for consumer.

Car Rental Services For Those Who Love Travelling By Car

Some people love travelling, and also want to travel by car. There are possibilities of not having a car or the destination is such a place to where you can’t drive your car. For such conditions there are services. These services are for those who want to travel by car. After reaching the destination one can get a car for travelling.

In India there are many places which are tourist places. In north India, Delhi is a major spot for tourists. Delhi has preserved our history to a large extent. Many students of related subjects are taking interest in Delhi’s history. Delhi is a big city and having a lot of places to visit. From ancient buildings to malls, one can find out just everything. There are many shopping centers in Delhi. One can get quality clothes of the latest design from these shopping points. Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar etc. Are such points. These places are those where one can get clothes related to Indian culture. Foreigners are showing very much interest in such places.

Delhi is very big in land area so it is recommended to travel by car if you actually want to enjoy, otherwise you can get exhausted while travelling. For those who don’t have a car or for foreigners there are services to provide them easy journey. There are services like Car Rental in Delhi. This service can help you in exploring Delhi in true terms. By this service one can get picked and drop service from airport to hotel or from hotel to other destinations.

There are many companies involving in this business. One can get car to rent from these service providers. Rents and all are fixed, on the basis of kilometers. For the convenience of visitors, online booking option is also available. Bookings can be done through the portals. Online payment services are also possible; these are safe and fast services. Car facility is also provided for travelling in neighboring cities like Agra, Jaipur etc. Even these are tourist spots.

The option is open for those who want to drive. Self drive cars for rent are also available. One can get car on rent and if you want to drive and enjoy your trip with family you can even opt for it. It is also a safe and good option, just need to get the idea of roads; you can make your trip memorable. If you don’t know driving then also you can get a driver. So it’s not an issue if you can’t drive, even then you can enjoy a healthy trip. If you are driving then you should take care of the license, because some places are very strict in such terms. For safe side one should not drive a car without license.

Rent a car is a good option for travelers; it’s like your own means of transport for the time interval you want. Just get a good idea of the map to avoid time wastage. Also one can avoid fuel wastage by knowing the routs properly.

How could we get blended solutions for our agriculture when affecting the soil and climate

There are various factors involved in agriculture. Listed below are Physical Conditions along with the books to refer about them. Physical conditions that affecting agriculture are 1. Soils and Fertilizers The richness of the soil is a very important physical factor affecting agriculture. Soils differ in respect of chemical composition and physical. Soils may be fine or coarse, porous or non-porous. In general fine soils like loam or silt are very fertile. The chemical composition of the soil determines its productivity. Sustainability of agricultural systems is a major global concern due to population growth and a number of environmental factors. The key to the management of soil fertility and also impart a scrupulous understanding of plant nutrition, soil fertility, nutrients supplied through fertilizers and manures, manufacture of fertilizers and preparation of manures play a vital role. During recent decades of research by a large group of agricultural scientists working in the diagnostic field, many new methods have been devised to aid farmers in fertilizing their crops more effectively. A major objective of this book is to bring together in one volume a comprehensive discussion of both the underlying theory and the practical application of these various techniques. To attain that objective, the services of a group of distinguished Scientists were enlisted to prepare the various chapters. These scientists are outstanding in their respective spheres of work, both as to theory and as to practice. 2. Climate Climate change is a hard reality and changing weather patterns, retreating glaciers, polar ice melt, sea level rise, increased severity and occurrence of natural disasters like flood, super cyclone, drought, changes in hydrological cycles, crisis in freshwater and drinking water resources, uncertainty in cereal output, increasing vector borne diseases, changing migration pattern and flowering time, are just some of the consequences already being experienced by us. Fragile and delicate ecosystems like coral reefs and mangroves are extremely sensitive to the slightest variation in climate. In developing countries like India, climate change may contribute an additional burden on ecological and socio-economic systems associated with rapid urbanization, industrialization and economic development. Apart from the above physical condition Agriculture Engineers must have the knowledge of Basics of Agriculture to perform the services in their respective field. The scientific approach for understanding of the problems concerning soil, plants, agricultural equipments and their management is really important. Another aspect is Rainwater harvesting which is a technique for accumulating and storing of rainwater, channelized to flow to the ponds, lakes and over- and underground storage places, which can be used not only to recharge the groundwater, but also to provide drinking water, for irrigation, livestock as well as other typical uses given to water. The rainwater is collected from various hard surfaces such as roof tops and/or other types of manmade above ground hard surfaces. Rainwater harvesting also aids in keeping the village roads from getting slushy during the rains and maintaining the transport mobility and prevent flooding in some urban areas. http://www.astralint.com/indian-books/state-of-the-art-report-on-sustainable-rainwater-harvesting-and-groundwater-rechare-in-developing-countiresnam-sandt-cen/isbn-9788170357704.aspx

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Mukesh Ambani Owned Reliance Retail Limited Scores A Ton With Reliance Jewels

The competition in the branded jewelry segment in India is about to intensify with the Mukesh Ambani owned Reliance Retail Limited (RRL) recently declaring its mega foray into Jewelry Retail by opening 100 exclusive Reliance Jewels outlets across the country in coming three years.
Mukesh Ambani owned Reliance Retail Limited ventured into jems and jewelry trade because of the never ending demand of jewels in India. The first store was launched in Bangalore in early 2009. Sprawled over three storeys and covering an area of 6,000 sq ft, the Reliance Jewels store at Bangalore proffered as many as 10,000 designs of elegantly created jewelry pieces. It is learnt that the jewelry collection here, has been assimilated from different parts of India. The availability of a wide range of gold and diamond jewelry makes Reliance Jewels a one-stop shopping venue for buyers of fine jewelry.
By the end of December 2009, Reliance Group increased the number of store launches for Reliance Jewels to 10. The multi-format retailer now aims to expand by opening jewelry stores in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Dhanbad, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Jalandhar, Jamnagar, Jamshedpur, Jodhpur, Ludhiana, Mumbai, New Delhi and Vizag adhering to core Reliance Jewels strategy of expansion through saturation.
Enthused by good sales in the past few months, Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Retail Lifestyle is now planning to increase the number of Reliance Jewels outlets to 100 by 2013. We are upbeat about our same store sales growth. The past eight months have been very good for us… with 22 per cent growth. And I think this is the best time to expand as the rentals have gone down to some extent. In the next 3 years, we will be scaling the Reliance Jewel stores to 100, Reliance Retail Lifestyles CEO Bijou Kurien told PTI.
The company has plans to add 14 more by this fiscal-end to its existing 10 outlets of Reliance Jewels, which sells gold and diamond jewellery under private label RJ. We have announced to open 10 more Reliance Jewels stores and six Time Out store by the end March with a total investment of Rs. 150 crore, Kurien said. The new stores will come up in New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Andhra Pradesh and Mumbai, where it already has its lifestyle outlets. Besides it will also open a few shops in Kochi and Bangalore.
All its outlets of Reliance Jewels are large format stores ranging from 2,500 sq ft to 15,000 sq ft. As per the plan, the gold jewelry at all Reliance Jewels stores will consist of Kolkata Filigree, Rajkot minakari jewelry, Kundan from Jaipur, Temple jewelry from Kerala, Jadau from Amritsar and so on. Even in Diamond jewelry, Reliance will offer only the best. One will find the widest variety of Diamond jewelry designs here ranging from simple daily wear to party wear items to celebrate every special occasion in a persons life.

Plan A Trip To Mumbai With Car Rental In Mumbai

The metropolitan city of Mumbai is settled on the bay of the Arabian Sea has many tourist spots. It is one of the most visited tourist destinations of India. It is a place where the major crowd of tourists visit to feel the natural beauty of India. There are many beaches in Mumbai which make it a wonderful place to visit. Tourists can enjoy seaside relaxing on these beaches.

Many old pictures known as black and white cinema were shot on these beaches not only old pictures also new colored pictures have been shooting at these beaches. These pristine beaches have their own importance in the scenes of pictures. They are capable of giving a natural look to the movie and many hit movies have been shot at different beaches of Mumbai. Also this is a film city, many actors live here. Many struggling actors, singers, models, dancers come here to fulfill their dreams. This place has given employment to many people, if anyone fails to become an actor he can get any side roll or he can be junior actor. Many dreamers come here to be successful and some managed to do be actors as well.

These beaches are good for walking, once in a lifetime you should take a walk around the wet sand of the beach. It can give an amazing experience and a wonderful time. Many families and students, youngsters, adults visit these beaches to have a wonderful time. Especially in the evening the fun gets bolder, under the dark sky people love to sit for hours and seafood is a bonus. You can find different types tasty and healthy sea foods at these beaches. View of the sunset is a very fascinating one. You can view it from any of the beaches, orange sun sinking in Arabia sea gives a very attractive and not to miss viewing.

Other than beaches this city offers you much more like: Gate of India, many museum art galleries, parks for family outings, malls for food and movies, shopping points for affordable shopping, Sanjay Gandhi national wildlife park etc. These all places are famous tourist spots and have an attractive beauty that attracts the tourists from worldwide. You can explore all these places by availing the facility of car rental in Mumbai. By hiring a vehicle you can actually enjoy your holidays and can make your trip an unforgettable one. With family and adults it is quite difficult to travel in public transport. By having your own means of transport you can save your time to a large extend and also make it better. Local buses and rickshaws can ruin your trip because of heat and humidity. By hiring vehicles you can enjoy in AC without any sweat or heat, by saving all your energy it is possible for you to explore the destination even more with full energy.

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