NCDEX e Markets Limited (NeML), India’s leading e-Market Company, has helped sell over 1.71 lac MT of Pulses procured by the Govt. of India in FY 2017 leveraging its e-market platform. Continue reading “NeML e-Markets facilitates Govt.’s Pulses Sale”
The Indian Council of Food and Agriculture (ICFA) held it’s 10th Global Agriculture Leadership Summit, 2017 on the 5th and 6th September at the Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi.
The summit’s theme ‘From Agriculture To Agribusiness’ provided a platform to key influencers from the Government, Industry Experts like NCDEX e Markets Ltd. (NeML), Farmers Leaders and others to discuss emerging opportunities for a global momentum towards making agriculture high-tech, market linked and value added for enhancing farmers’ income and benefit all stakeholders across the food value chain.
The event was graced by Shri Suresh Prabhu – Hon. Minister of Commerce and Industry, Shri Parshottam Rupala – Hon. Minister of State for Agriculture, Farmers Welfare & Panchayati Raj, Prof. MS Swaminathan – popularly known as the Father of India’s Green Revolution, Ambassador Kenneth Quinn – President, World Food Prize Foundation and Dr. MJ Khan – Chairman, ICFA.
The NCDEX Krishi Pragati Awards, 2017 held on 7th September at the Taj Mansingh Hotel in Delhi, was the first of its kind awards ceremony to recognise and felicitate outstanding agri value chain service providers for their invaluable support to the NCDEX Group to make agri markets transparent, simpler and safer.
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To encourage innovation and entrepreneurship in the Food & Agribusiness sector, the Govt. of India, collaborating with a-IDEA – the Technology Business Incubator (TBI) of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)’s National Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM) – launched AGRI UDAAN 2.0 – an accelerator program yesterday (4th August) at the NASC Complex in New Delhi. Continue reading “NeML partners with ICAR-NAARM to mentor Agri-startups”
Until 2 years back, the Maize growers of Odisha’s Nabarangpur district had little option but to sell their produce in local markets during glut season due to a lack of access to distant markets. This changed in Dec 2015 when the Odisha State Agricultural Marketing Board (OSAMB) launched a Market Access Project in Nabarangpur and roped in NeML to provide an e-trading platform to improve market access and facilitate direct sale. Continue reading “After Maize and Mangoes, Odisha’s farmers to now sell Sweet Potatoes online!”