A study by the students of SPJIMR on the functioning of the trust and identification of potential sectors

The Study Group – The group from S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai
• • • • • • • Anup Maheshwari – B.Tech ( Aerospace Engineering) , IIT Bombay. Currently pursuing PGDM in Finance. Chandan Agarwal – B.E. (Mechanical Engineering), BITS Pilani. Currently pursuing PGDM in Finance. Kashvi Bhachawat – B.Tech (Computer Science), VIT Vellore. Currently pursuing PGDM in Information Management. Manoj V. Dev – B.Tech ( Chemical Engineering), NIT Calicut. Currently pursuing PGDM in Marketing. Neha Bhalla – B.E. (Electronics and Communication), Rohtak University NTU. Currently pursuing PGDM in Information Management. Pratistha Srivastav – B.Sc. (Electronics), Hansraj College, Delhi University. Currently pursuing PGDM in Finance. Swati Gupta – B.Tech (Electronics and Communication), IGIT, GGSIPU Delhi. Currently pursuing PGDM in Marketing.

NARMADA VALLEY TRUST MODEL
Govt Agencies NABARD Facilitation

• Contract
Farmers and SHG Narmada Valley Rural Development Trust Knowledge Hub Narmada Valley Farm Produce Pvt. Ltd. Harda Farming •Corporate Retailers •Corporate Commodity Co. •Herbal Co. •Traders from Modern Cities •Irrigation System Producers •Technologists (Dehydrators) •Exporters of Food Items •Food Processors •Floriculture

• For Local
Info •Co – Ordination •Sale of produce through Commercial ventures •Farmer friendly formats

Motivation Education Knowledge Innovation Collaboration

Seed Producers Education Dairy Development Commercialization of Forest Minor Produce Agri and Rural Tourism Food Park, Harda

Maharashtra First Impression. Jalgaon Narmada Valley Farms Produce Ltd Organization for Motivation. Mumbai Nirmal Seeds. . Herbals.Our Model Partners • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mahindra and Mahindra C. .G. Harda Buldana Urban Co-Operative Credit Society Ltd. Harda Malpani Trust. K. Educational Society. Bhopal . Harda Jain Irrigation System Ltd. Krishak Jagat.G. Dhoot Krishi Farm. Harda Lal Bahadur Shastri Mahavidyalaya. Mumbai Future Agrovert. Mumbai / Bajwada State Bank of India. Kannaud. Bhopal. Mumbai Nikhil Sugar Mill Ltd.

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AGRICULTURE: UPGRADATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY MULTICROPPING .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AGRICULTURE: UPGRADATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY EXTENSIVE MECHANISATION .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AGRICULTURE: UPGRADATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY POLYHOUSES: Normal and Force Ventilated and Drip Irrigation .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AGRICULTURE: UPGRADATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEDGE SHARING THROUGH FARMERS CLUBS .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AGRICULTURE: UPGRADATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEDGE SHARING THROUGH FARMERS CLUBS .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AGRICULTURE: UPGRADATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY SUPERIOR QUALITY SEEDS .

Chikku.SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: HORTICULTURE Examples: Mango. Lemon . Amla. Pomegranate. Guava.

Pomegranate. Guava. Chikku. Lemon . Amla.SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: HORTICULTURE Examples: Mango.

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: SERICULTURE • • • • • • Model partner – Mr.Shrivastav (Prakrit. high care but small gestation. Hoshangabad) High profit margin business (33-40%). Hence Harda farmers acquainted to basic knowledge of silk farming Recommendations – – Start Sericulture on a large scale – Improvise on earlier mistakes . Year long production. one time investment Prakrit’s turnover is 10 crores in just 5 years High forecasted demand for silk with export potential Experimented earlier.

DEFORESTATION: WHAT IT HAS DONE!!! .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: AFFORESTATION AND FOREST VILLAGES Advantages • Arrests soil erosion and hence flooding • Government schemes to encourage afforestation: Subsidy on plants and cash and produce benefits •Prevent forest fires by making 3m wide rings • Dense forests will help in keeping the temperature low .

Teli ki Sarai. Omkareshwar. Buana Festival • Harda was awarded Best District for eco tourism last year • The unique concept of Agri Tourism can be developed • Eco tourism model can be developed by building sustainable and non polluting accommodations • Light and sound shows to promote the extremely rich history and culture can be presented to the tourists • Adventure and water sports can be made available in places like Makdai and Joga • Food joints should be opened in all spots for providing refreshments .SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: TOURISM Potential Tourist Spots Identified: Joga. Siddeshwar Temple. Bhimbheteka. Chichot Kuti. Babar Caves. Makdai.

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: TOURISM .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: TOURISM .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: TOURISM .

multi cropping will increase as vegetables and fruits can be kept fresher for a longer time .SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: WAREHOUSING AND COLD STORAGE •Produce can be kept in a controlled environment so as to reduce damage •They can be graded in the warehouse itself and sent directly for export • If cold storage facilities are made available.

Betul. Already operates in Bhopal. milk route. breeding.SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: MICROFINANCE AND DAIRY FARMING • • • • • Model partner – Sahayog Microfinance (Mr. Potential for 1 lakh litres Sahayog also present in Biogas (Renewable) energy (4 biogas plants of 10MW each) and pharmaceuticals. financing Currently only 3000 litres of milk produced. Hoshangabad and Chhindwara districts Recommendations – – Livestock raising and breeding should be started on a large scale – Government assistance can be taken to develop milk routes • .) Small loans upto Rs 50000 to a group of 10 women on Joint liability group methodology similar to NVDRFT Dairy – training.

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: MICROFINANCE AND DIARY FARMING .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: EDUCATION Education Challenges Faced • No provisions for higher secondary education • No agriculture related courses • Lack of quality faculty • Accessibility is a big issue How to Address • Training camps and placement fairs should be organized • Use of latest technology like VSAT • Constructing an Agricultural University .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: EDUCATION .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: EDUCATION .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: HEALTHCARE Healthcare Challenges faced: • Lack of Speciality hospitals • People have to travel long distances to reach hospitals • Low HIV awareness How to Address? • Awareness camps to be held in association with Red Cross .

SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: Organic Farming ( Nateuco Science) • No fertilizer being used • Saves money for the farmer • 3 years needed for soil preparation for organic farming • Growing demand in cities because of rising health awareness • Easy to export as products will be of a very high quality .

Computerization of all 52 Cooperative societies with a centralized control structure . efficient tracking. Gaikwad (DDM. Charkhera society) & Mr. farmers education and recommendation. Ashok Gurjar (Chairman.SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: COMPUTERIZATION OF COOPERATIVE SOCITIES • • • • • Case study visit – Charkhera Society Meeting with Mr. easier implementation of funds disbursal and insurance Recommendations . Nabard) Computerization already recommended by vaidyanathan committee Benefits – Accounting transparency.

Mr.SCOPE AND EXPANSION OF POTENTIAL SECTORS: VALUE ADDITION Mr. Neeraj – Liven Tea Better margins at higher step of value chain Mr. Agarwal – Kamal Kishore Flour mill Mr. Shankar Solanki – polyhouse farming & indigenous brands Rana greens eliminates 2 layers of middleman and gives fair price to both farmers & customers Recommendations – Encourage setting up processing plants instead of sending to Mumbai and Indore Dehydrate to make export quality Produce indigenous ‘Narmada valley’ brands . Vipin Agarwal – Sugar factory Mr. Pintoo agarwal – Solvex Ltd.

Sudam Khare. Commissioner of Narmadapuram Mr. Collector (Harda) Mrs. . Chief Secretary of Higher education Mr. Kansotiya.ADMINISTRATION AND GOVERNMENT • • • • • Mr. Pushplata (Ex-collector of Harda) Recommendations – – Knowledge of Government schemes should be enhanced – Invite government officers to club meetings .

Mumbai Future Agrovert. K. . Mumbai Nirmal Seeds. Kannaud. Bhopal. Educational Society. Mumbai / Bajwada State Bank of India. Krishak Jagat. Harda Jain Irrigation System Ltd. Dhoot Krishi Farm.Our Model Partners • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mahindra and Mahindra C. Harda Malpani Trust. Mumbai Nikhil Sugar Mill Ltd. Harda Lal Bahadur Shastri Mahavidyalaya.G. Jalgaon Narmada Valley Farms Produce Ltd Organization for Motivation. Maharashtra First Impression. Harda Buldana Urban Co-Operative Credit Society Ltd. Herbals.G. . Bhopal .

SDO Mr.S Gaikwad. Education dept Dr. Ashok Gurjar. NABARD Mr. Collector of Harda Mr. Sudam Khare. Vipin Agarwal. SP Harda Upper Collector. Owner. Harda Forest Officer. Manoj Jain . Deepak Verma. Founder. President Mr. Azad Shatru Mr. DDM. Harda Mr. J. LBSNC Mr.Meets with distinguished people in and around Harda • • • • • • • • • • Mr. Uttam Kumar Sharma. Nikhil Sugar Mill . Rajeev Khare.

Rana Greens . Manmohan Dhoot. Higher Education Deptt. DDM. Mr. Founder. Ranger Mr.Meets with distinguished people in and around Harda • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mr. Shrivastav. Parikshit Rana. Founder. Radhasaomi Trust Mr. Practioner. of MP. Vidhu Kashyap. District Silk Board officer Mr. Sanskar School Mr. Jagdish Gaikwad . Manager. Vasu. Nabard Dr. Krishak Jagat Dr. Alam Khan. Sachin Bondriya. Principal Secretary Govt. Food Expert. Coordinator. J. Rajendra Gaur. Deepak Suchde. Dhangaon Club Ms.N. Kansotiya. Seed Farmer Mr. Lokesh. Nateuco Science Mr. Pushpa Lata Sahyog MF Mr. ICAR Mr.

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