PM Krishi Sinchayi yojana 2022

PM KRISHI SINCHAYI YOJANA! ₹ 37,454 crore from Government!

 

 

PMKSY:

The Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Program – the flagship program of the Government of India – aims to finance irrigation projects. The total additional irrigation potential creation target for the year 2021-26 under AIBP is 13.88 lakh hectares. Focusing on completing 60 ongoing projects, including their 30.23 lakh hectare command area development, additional projects can be taken up. The inclusion criteria for projects under tribal and drought prone areas have been relaxed.

 

 

 

The Economic Affairs Cabinet Committee on Wednesday, chaired by the Prime Minister, approved the implementation of the Prime Minister’s Agriculture Sinhalese Scheme (PMKSY) for 2021-26 crore at a cost of ₹ 93,068 crore.

 

 

 

The Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Program (AIBP), Har Khet Ko Pani (HKKP) and watershed development units have been approved to continue in 2021-26.

 

 

 

Har Khet Ko Pani (HKKP) aims to enhance physical access to the farm and to expand the cultivation areas under assured irrigation. Under HKKP, PMKSY’s restoration of surface minor irrigation and repair-renovation-water source units is aimed at providing an additional 4.5 lakh hectares of irrigation. In view of the importance of the revival of water bodies.

 

 

The Cabinet has approved a paradigm shift in their regeneration funds in urban and rural areas, a significant expansion of their inclusion criteria and increased central assistance from 25% to 60%. In the general area. In addition, the government has stated that the groundwater component of HKKP, temporarily approved for 2021-22, aims to create 1.52 lakh hectares of irrigation capacity.

 

 

The Watershed Development Unit promotes the development of rainforest areas for soil and water conservation, groundwater regeneration, runoff, water harvesting and management. The Department of Landslide Approved Watershed Development plans to complete 49.5 lakh hectares of rainforest / degraded land by 2021-26 to bring an additional 2.5 lakh hectares under protective irrigation.

 

 

Specific provisions for the development of spring sheds are included in the program

 

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