Farm Mechanisation/PumpSet

Permits related to FY 2019-20, lapsed between 22 Mar 2020 to 7th May 2020 due to COVID - 19 lock down and movement restrictions are re-validated till 30th May 2020.
The booking page will be closed from 10.00 AM of 14.5.2020 (tomorrow) for reshuffling of DBT Implement targets for FY 2020-21 by CDAOs. The booking page will be opened to public for booking from 2.00 PM on 14.5.2020 (tomorrow) phase wise as follows for different group of implements.

Name of the Implements Opening time on 14/5/2020
Power tiller 2.00 PM
 Transplanter & Reaper
Tractor & Laser Leveller, 3.00 PM
Spl-Pow-Power Weeder & PHM Oil Mill,
Spl-Pow- MC Thresher
PHM Rubber Roll sheller, Sheller cum Polisher & Mini Rice Mill, 4.00 pm
 Pumpset  and others

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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.


Due to COVID-19, the last date for completion of BW/ STW project under DBT Jalanidhi as stated in the go-ahead letter has been extended to unlimited period until further orders.

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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