Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2023: PKVY Registration

The natural methods of irrigation and farming will be supported in India through the development of this traditional farming improvement program which was originally launched in the year 2014 and is known as the Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2023. The farmers of the country will be supported through the development of this scheme and today we will be sharing with all of you the specification of this prestigious farmer scheme. We will also share with you all the step-by-step procedures for the PKVY Registration, Login, and the Benefits of the scheme.

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2023

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2021 will help in the development of the agriculture sector in India by promoting traditional methods of farming. This scheme will also promote organic and sustainable farming systems which will also help to increase soil fertility. Through the development of the scheme, natural resources will be conserved and the use of chemicals will be discontinued. The Yojana was first introduced in the year 2015 and since then it has been providing useful methods of irrigation to the farmers and supporting the farmers to use traditional methods rather than the harmful modern methods. 

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana
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Details Of PKVY Registration

NameParamparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2023
Launched byGovernment of India
ObjectivesProviding support to use traditional methods of farming
BeneficiariesFarmers of India
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Important Dates

Parameters Dates 
Fund AllocationFebruary End
Submission of the annual action plan by the regional councils to the stateMarch
Submission of Compiled of AAP by the state to MoAApril 1st week
Fund Release to states by the centerMay 1st week
Fund release to the regional councilsMay (mid)
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Objectives Of PKVY Scheme

The main objective that will be fulfilled through the development of this scheme is the production of agricultural products which are free from chemicals and other harmful substances which are going into the crops. The scheme will help the people to promote organic farming. The latest technologies which are used are sometimes harmful to the crops and through the development of this scheme traditional methods of farming will be encouraged. More than 8 lakh farmers are associated with this scheme and organic farming is done in India due to the benefits available through this scheme. 

Implementation Of Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana

  • Groups of farmers would be motivated to take up organic farming under Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY).
  • Fifty or more farmers will form a cluster having 50 acres of land to take up the organic farming under the scheme. In this way, during three years 10,000 clusters will be formed covering a 5.0 lakh acre area under organic farming.
  • There will be no liability on the farmers for expenditure on certification.
  • Every farmer will be provided Rs. 20,000 per acre in three years for the seed to harvesting crops and to transport produce to the market.
  • Organic farming will be promoted by using traditional resources and organic products will be linked with the market.
  • It will increase domestic production and certification of organic produce by involving farmers
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PKVY Financial Support

  • Adoption of Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) certification through cluster approach
    • Mobilization of farmers / local people to form cluster in 50 acre for PGS certification
      • Conducting of meetings and discussions of farmers in targeted areas to form organic farming cluster @ Rs. 200 / farmer
      • Exposure visit to member of cluster to organic farming fields @ Rs. 200 / farmer
      • Formation of cluster, farmer pledge to PGS and Identification of Lead Resourceful Person (LRP) from cluster
      • Training of cluster members on organic farming (3 trainings @ Rs. 20000 per training)
    • PGS Certification and Quality control
      • Training on PGS Certification in 2 days @ Rs. 200 per LRP
      • Training of Trainers (20) Lead Resource Persons@ Rs. 250 /day/ cluster for 3 days.
      • Online Registration of farmer @ Rs.100 per member cluster x 50
      • Soil sample collection and testing (21 samples/year/cluster) @ Rs. 190 per sample for three years
      • Process documentation of conversion into organic methods, inputs used, cropping pattern followed, organic manures and fertilizer used etc., for PGS certification @ Rs.100 per member x 50
      • Inspection of fields of cluster member @ Rs. 400 /inspection x 3 (3 inspections will be done per cluster per year)
      • Residue analysis of samples in NABL (8 samples per year per cluster) @ Rs. 10, 000/ sample
      • Certification Charges
      • Administrative expenses for certification
  • Adoption of the organic village for manure management and biological nitrogen harvesting through cluster approach
    • Action plan for Organic Farming for one cluster
      • Conversion of land to organic @ Rs.1000/acre x 50
      • Introduction of cropping system; Organic seed procurement or raising organic nursery @ Rs.500/acre/year x 50 acres
      • Traditional organic Input Production units like Panchagavya, Beejamruth and Jeevamruth etc. @ Rs.1500 /unit/acre x 50 acre
      • Biological Nitrogen Harvest planting (Gliricidia, Sesbania, etc) @ Rs. 2000/acre x 50 acre
      • Botanical extracts production units (Neem cake, Neem oil) @ Rs.1000/unit/ acre x 50 acre
    • Integrated Manure Management
      • Liquid Biofertilizer consortia (Nitrogen fixing / Phosphate Solubilizing/ potassium mobilizing biofertilizer) @ Rs. 500/acre x 50
      • Liquid Biopesticides (Trichoderma viridae, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Metarhizium , Beaviourie bassiana, Pacelomyces,verticilliu m) @ Rs. 500 /acre x 50
      • Neem Cake/ Neem Oil @ Rs.500/acre x 50
      • Phosphate Rich Organic Manure / Zyme Granules @ Rs. 1000/acre x 50
      • Vermicompost (size 7’x3’x1’) @ Rs.5000/ unit x 50
    • Custom Hiring Centre (CHC) charges
      • Agricultural implements (As per SMAM guidelines) – Power tiller, Cono weeder, Paddy thresher, Furrow opener,Sprayer, Rose can, Top Pan balance
      • Walk-in tunnels for horticulture (As per guidelines of MIDH)
      • Cattle shed / poultry/piggery for animal compost (As per Guidelines of Gokhul Scheme )
    • Packing, Labeling and Branding of organic products of cluster
      • Packing material with PGS logo + Hologram printing @ Rs. 2500 / acre x 50
      • Transportation of organic produce (Four-wheeler, 1.5 tone load capacity) @Rs. 120000 max. assistance for 1 cluster
      • Organic Fairs (maximum assistance will be given @ 36330 per cluster )
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Registration Process Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2023

Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana 2021
  • The homepage of the scheme will open on your screen.
  • You have to click on the Login option displayed on the homepage.
  • A dialogue box will open on your screen.
  • You have to enter your username and password.
  • Enter the captcha code and click on Login
  • You will be successfully logged in.

Contact Details

  • You will first have to visit the official website of the scheme by clicking on the link given here 
  • The homepage of the scheme will open on your screen.
  • You have to click on the Contact Us option displayed on the homepage
  • Contact details of the officials will open on your screen.
  • You can contact the officials accordingly.