Farm Mechanisation/PumpSet

=> The DBT Implement application booking page will be closed for Reshuffling of balance block Targets by respective EE (agril.) on 5th December 2022, 10.30 am to 3.30 pm.
=>The booking page will be opened to the public from 4.00 PM onwards of 5th December.
=> All the Dealers are requested to mail the Permit (generated before 13 October 2022) details,
where "Delivery Order" has been issued by Bank/NBFCs for LOAN cases to

=> For any technical issue or for login related issue please mail to .

Farm mechanisation refers to the development and use of machines that can take the place of human and animal power in agricultural processes. The mechanization of agriculture that took place during the 20th century led to major changes in how farmers plant, irrigate and harvest crops. Combines, tractors, harvesters and other machinery have enabled farmers to increase their production while relying less upon an extended labor force.


The Go-Ahead page under DBT Jalanidhi will opened w.e.f. 07.11.2022(03.00 PM).
The application page for 2022-23 under DBT Jalanidhi will be opened for public at 11.00 AM on 20.05.2022.
Farmers are requested to register themselves in the GO-SUGAM Portal at
for availing subsidy for Farm Machineries, Manual & Bullock Drawn Implements, DBT Jalanidhi, Saura Jalanidhi.
Henceforth, the farmers will have to apply through GO-SUGAM Portal for all these subsidy schemes.

Odisha has vast ground water potential which is available for exploration. So far, about 28% of ground water resources have been tapped for irrigation purpose. Thus, there is scope for further exploration of ground water resources up to 70% of the total recharge per year, which will go a long way in expanding area under irrigated agriculture. Realizing the need to increase the irrigation potential and to utilize untapped ground water potential in the state, the farmers are encouraged to go for own captive irrigation (Bore well & Shallow Tube well) projects under the State Agriculture Policy.

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