There are a huge number of Government Scheme running for the development of the country. Well, Not every Government runs sucessfully. Here in this article, I am sharing with you the complete details about the National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture. I have shared all the possible information that is available related to this. To get detailed information about this, check the article below:
National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA):
It is basically an mission which is run by the government in order to pomote the Indian farming and to promote the agriculture to be more productive and Sustainable. This mission is specially more active in the Rainfed area, focusing on integrated farming, Soil health management and Monitoring, Modeling & Networking of Climate Change and Sustainable Agriculture etc.
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Schemes of National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture:
- To achieve the quantifiable benefits such as increase tree cover to enhance carbon sequestration.
- Enrichment of soil organic matter
- Availability of quality planting material
- Improvement in livelihood
- Productivity enhancement of crop and cropping systems
- Development of an information System etc.
There are more as well but, it is not possible to mention everything out here, I have attached a Pdf with this, you can download that and get detailed information about this. Click Link Download PDF
The objective of the National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture:
The NMSA is working on improving the soil health and its productivity, strengthening of soil and fertilizer testing facilities to improve soil test based recommendations to farmers for improving soil fertility. The activities include trainings and demonstrations on balanced use of fertilizers. As I have mentioned above as well that the main objective of the National Mission for Sustainable agriculture is to promote the following things and control the loss as much as possible:
- Higher productivity in farms
- Better soil conservation
- Better soils water holding capacity
- Optimum utilisation of energy and chemicals
- Higher soil carbon storage
- Survey of Land use pattern
- By researching the profile of soil
- Using GIS technology for Soil analysis
- To help adopt location and soil specific crop management practices and optimise fertilizer use.
- Enhancing the health of the soil
- Increasing productivity of crops
- Enhance the quality and protect the land resources and water resources.
Agriculture plays an important role in food security and a seignificant shares of India‟s GDA (Gross Domestic Product). Loss in agriculture in Indian means the loss in the nation’s economy as the Agriculture plays in important role in the nation’s development. As drought is already a big issue in india. India faces huges losses every year due to the droughts.
The Indian Government is promoting the farming at every cost but due to lack of knowledge and lack of response system non of any scehemes are running fine. Due to the manpower, the state government may also engage some reputed NGOs to work on this mission under the Distrcit level Architecture’s command. The Selection will be done through teh screening but no authority has been assisgned yet for this work. Now let’s see the components of the National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture.
National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture Components:
There are several schemes that comes undet the National Mission of Sustainable Agriculture. Here are the some main Schemes the National Mission for Sustaintable Agriculture are as following:
- Rainfed Area Development (RAD)
- Soil Health Management (SHM)
- Sub Mission on Agro Forestry (SMAF)
- Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY)
- Soil and Land Use Survey of India (SLUSI)
- National Rainfed Area Authority (NRAA)
- Mission Organic Value Chain Development in North Eastern Region (MOVCDNER)
- National Centre of Organic Farming (NCOF)
- Central Fertilizer Quality Control and Training Institute (CFQC&TI) etc
It is hard to explain the every term here as this topics already defines it. The Rainfed Area deveopment and Soil Healthy Managements are the major onces and most of the objectives are related with this.
Government Schemes for Agriculture:
We know that the majority of the Population of the India is dependent on farming, the Indian Government also supports the farmers through some schemes. These schemes may not be as useful but still it supports alot. Here are the following that is run by the government to promote the farming and to help the farmers:
- National Food Security Mission
- Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)
- National Mission on Oilseeds and Oil Palm
- Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture
- Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichayee Yojana (PMKSY) etc
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Structure of National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture:
The National Mission for Sustainable Agriulcture is managed as well as controlled by the national Advisory Committee and then State Level Archotecture then Distrcit level architecture etc. Here is the list of the following memebers who are giving proper guidance to the national msision for Sustainable Agriiculture:
Secretary, Department of Agriculture & Cooperation
Additional Secretary & Financial Advisor, DAC&FW
Representative from Ministry of Water Resources:
Representative from Ministry Rural Development:
Representative from Ministry of Panchayati Raj
Representative from Ministry of Environment & Forest
Representative from Ministry of Food Processing Industries
Representative from Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Representative from Department of Agricultural Research & Education
Representative from Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying & Fisheries,
Representative from Department of Land Resources
Technical Expert of National Rainfed Area Authority (NRAA)
Joint Secretary (INM), DAC&FW
Joint Secretary (NHM), DAC&FW
Joint Secretary (Crops), DAC&FW
Joint Secretary (NRM & RFS) &Mission Director (NMSA)
FAQs For NMSA
It is basically a mission to promote farming and t make agriculture more productive, Remenrative and Sustainable, etc.
This information was given by the State Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Shri Parshottam Rupala.
There are mainly three major goals of the National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture that is Environment Health, Economic Profitability and Social Equity etc.
National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture was launched in the year 2010.