‘Unified Agriculture Market’ project in Karnataka wins the prestigious CAPAM 2018 Award

NeML wins CAPAM 2018 Award
Mr. Manoj Rajan (4th from left) and Mr. R Ramaseshan (3rd from right) receiving the CAPAM 2018 Award

It is a matter of great pride that our initiative with the Government of Karnataka – ‘Unified Agriculture Market’ has won the Common Wealth Association of Public Administration International Innovation Awards – CAPAM 2018 in the ‘innovation in public services management’ category at Guyana on October 24, 2018.

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A National Agriculture Market Beyond Mandis

National Agricultural Market

When it comes to marketing surplus agricultural produce in India, approximately 30% is traded through regulated agricultural markets, popularly known as Agricultural Produce Market Committees (APMC) or Mandis.

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Scientific Disposal of Buffer Stocks in India – Part 3 of 3

Buffer Stock

In the first and second part of this series on ‘Scientific Disposal of Buffer Stocks in India’, we spoke about why India urgently needs a concrete, scientific and systematic disposal plan for buffer stocks.

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Scientific Disposal of Buffer Stocks in India – Part 1 of 3

Pulses

Indian Government has done a commendable job in ensuring food safety for the country’s more than 1.2 billion population. Popularly known as “buffer stock management of agricultural produce”, this has served well to almost eradicate hunger from the country. However, there is surely enough room to further improve the management of these buffer stocks, especially in their disposal.

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