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'Meri Fasal Mera Byora'

  • Category
    Economy
  • Published
    22nd Jul, 2019

The Haryana government announced the launch of 'Meri Fasal Mera Byora' portal whereby farmers can avail benefits of several government schemes directly after uploading their crop-related details.

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The Haryana government announced the launch of 'Meri Fasal Mera Byora' portal whereby farmers can avail benefits of several government schemes directly after uploading their crop-related details.

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'Meri Fasal Mera Byora' Portal

  • It is a multi-level transparent system and this initiative is a step forward towards doubling of farmer’s income by 2022.
  • This simple system will enable farmers to self-report their land and crop details and help them receive benefits of several government schemes directly.
  • The portal, fasalhry.in , has brought the departments of agriculture and farmer’s welfare, revenue, food civil supplies and consumer affairs and science and technology on a single platform for the betterment of the farmers.
  • The portal has been designed to ensure that the farmers get the benefits offered by the State Government including insurance cover, compensation on account of crop damage due to natural calamities and other financial assistance under different schemes.
  • Through the portal, the government will also get the accurate data of area and name of crop cultivated in various parts of the state.
  • The farmers will be required to upload information like the name of crop sown, area under cultivation, cropping month, bank account number and mobile number on the portal at the nearby Common Service Centres (CSCs) or Atal Seva Kendras with the help of Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLEs) by July 31.
  • The farmer would also be required to fill the details about the non-cultivated land in case he has not sown any crop yet.
  • E-girdawari (harvest inspection) would be conducted under this system and while conducting girdawari, the concerned officer or official would have to remain physically present at the field.
  • Thereafter, the registration would be done by the departments.
  • When the crop is ready for harvesting, satellite photography of the field would be conducted by the Science and Technology Department. These images would also be enclosed with their registration. In case any discrepancy is found in the girdawari, a special girdawari would be got conducted by the Deputy Commissioner concerned
  • Financial incentive of Rs 10 per acre or part thereof, subject to minimum of Rs 20 and maximum of Rs 50, would be provided to each farmer for registering on the portal.

Significance of portal

  • Subsidy: Portal would help farmers to avail subsidy on agricultural implements in an easy manner.
  • Relief: This system would also make crop damage assessment during natural calamities and disbursal of relief easier.
  • Information: Also, the information relating to sowing, harvesting season and mandi related information would be provided on real time basis on this portal. Besides, it would make the distribution of seeds, fertilizers, farm loans more transparent and easy.
  • Collaboration: Various Departments will work in coordination to ensure accuracy of data submitted by the farmers. The portal has brought the departments of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Revenue, Food Civil supplies and Consumer Affairs and Science and Technology on a single platform for the welfare of the farmers.
  • Time Saving: With the help of this system, registration of entire land whether cultivated or not would be done at a single time.
  • Cross-checking: With the submission of data related to crop cultivation, the Government will also keep a check on farmers coming from other states in Haryana to sell their production. At mandis, records of the farmers from Haryana who are coming to sell their production will be crosschecked with the area cultivated.

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