Raitha Siri Scheme

Raitha Siri Scheme

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Raitha Siri Scheme

The State Government of Karnataka has launched a scheme for farmers in Karnataka called Raitha Siri Scheme. The project was announced during the State Budget 2019-20. By starting this scheme, the Government elevates the state’s agricultural sector by providing financial assistance of Rs. 10,000 per hectare to the millet farmers. This article takes a closer look at the Raitha Siri Scheme.

Objective of the Scheme

The motto of the Raitha Siri Scheme is as follows.

  • To enhance the agricultural sector.
  • To provide financial support to the agricultural labours and farmers of the state.
  • To provide a total of Rs. 10,000 per hectare to millet growers.
  • To construct farm ponds to restore water.

Scheme Overview

The Karnataka Raitha Siri scheme introduced by the Karnataka Government is launched for market growers. The official announcement of the system is made during the Karnataka State Budget 2019-20. Financial assistance of Rs. 10,000 will be provided to all the market producers. The Government has allocated a sum of Rs. 250 crore for the implementation of the scheme. Through this scheme, the Government encourages organic farming in the State. The project comes along with other significant highlights like Rs. 5,500 crores for crop insurance; Zero Budget Natural Farming, for which Rs. 40 crores has been allocated; Karavali Package Scheme for which Rs. 7500 is assigned: and Fruit Farming for which Rs. 150 crores has been assigned.

Features of Raitha Siri Scheme

The major highlights of the scheme are mentioned here.

  • Encouraging the organic farming process: According to the State Government, organic farming is largely encouraged in the Karnataka.
  • To encourage the growth of minor millets: The Government provides financial assistance of Rs. 10,000 per hector. This allowance is funded directly to the farmer’s bank account. The fund is given in one instalment to the farmers. Through this, the scheme ensures the growth of minor millets.
  • Motivating farmers: The State Government offers financial assistance of Rs. 7,500 per hector to motivate farmers to cultivate paddy under the Karavali Package Scheme. This will be provided with the allocation of Rs. 5 crores.
  • Improving Economic Condition: Karnataka Government has announced a package of Rs. 150 Crores to enhance the economic condition of those farmers who cultivate pomegranate and grapes.
  • Benefits of Micro Irrigation System: The Government has allocated a sum of Rs. 145 crores to adopt the Israel model for micro-irrigation process. This also helps in growing the profitability of crops with minimum usage of water.
  • For Zero Budget Natural Farming: For ZBNF or Zero Budget Natural Farming, the government has allocated a total of Rs. 40 crores for the continuation of the project.

Documents Required

The following are the required documents to apply for Raitha Siri Scheme.

  • Residential certificate
  • Income certificate
  • Land papers
  • Address proof
  • Aadhaar card
  • Bank account passbook

Implementation of the Scheme

According to the current strategy, the scheme offers a minimum support price to approximately 12 notified farms. As per expectations, the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) would be around 9.6%. On the other hand, the industrial sectors are developed at 7.4% against 4.7%. The services remain at 12.3% that is similar to the previous year.

Application Procedure

The State Government has recently launched this scheme. The officials have not declared any information regarding the application procedure of the plan. Once all the details are finalised by the government officials, eligible beneficiaries can apply for the scheme in the state portal.

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