Government of India

 

        OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES

             (Modified as on 26th June, 2008)

 

 

 

SCHEME FOR

 

DEVELOPMENT/ STRENGTHENING

OF

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE,

GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

 

 

 

 

                 Ministry of Agriculture

               (Department of Agriculture & Cooperation)

            New Delhi

 

 

Highlights

*Reform Linked Investment Scheme: To encourage rapid development of infrastructure projects in agriculture and allied sectors including dairy, meat, fisheries and minor forest produce.

* Investment subsidy:  25% of the capital cost upto Rs.50 lakh in each project providing ‘Direct’ service delivery to producers/ farming community in post harvest management/ marketing of their produce. However, the entrepreneurs may also have an opportunity to use the infrastructure for their own purpose during the lean period.  In case of NE States, hilly and tribal areas, and in the States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and to SC/ST entrepreneurs and their cooperatives in vestment subsidy shall be 33.33% of the capital cost up to Rs.60 lakh.

* No upper ceiling on subsidy in respect of infrastructure projects of State   Agencies.

Conditions:

* Applicable only in such States/Union Territories, which undertake reforms in APMC Act

  to allow ‘Direct Marketing’ and ‘Contract Farming’ and to permit agricultural produce   

  markets in private and cooperative sectors.

*Promoter’s contribution in project cost to be decided by financing Bank with  minimum bank loan of  50% in general cases and 46.67% in hilly areas, etc. State Agencies may take up infrastructure projects from their own funds dovetailing the subsidy under the scheme, with bank loan or without borrowing from the financial institution. 

Illustrative List of Infrastructure Projects

*Market user common facilities like market yards, platforms for loading, assembling and auctioning of the produce, weighing and mechanical handling equipments, etc. 

*Functional Infrastructure for assembling, grading, standardization and quality certification, labeling, packaging, value addition facilities (without changing the product form)

*Infrastructure for Direct Marketing from producers to consumers/processing units/bulk buyers etc.

*Infrastructure for E-trading, market extension and market oriented production planning.

*Mobile infrastructure for post harvest operations viz. grading, packaging, quality testing etc., (excluding transport equipment)

*Reefer vans, or any other refrigerated vans used for transporting agricultural produce, which are essential for maintaining cold supply chains.


SCHEME FOR

DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

1.  BACKGROUND

 

             This scheme has been formulated to develop marketing infrastructure in the country to cater to the post-harvest requirement of production and marketable surplus of various farm products.  An Expert Committee set up by the Ministry of Agriculture has estimated that an investment requirement of Rs.11,172 crore in next 10 years would be necessary for infrastructure development in agricultural marketing.  A major portion of this investment is expected to come from private sector, for which an appropriate regulatory and policy environment is necessary.  The Department has had several rounds of discussions with the States on restrictive provisions of State Act dealing with agricultural marketing (APMC Act) and the need to modify and create lawful space for the private sector in the market development and contract farming.  This scheme is reform linked and assistance for development of infrastructure projects will be provided in those States/Union Territories which permit setting up of agricultural markets in private and cooperative sectors and allow direct marketing and contract farming.

2.      OBJECTIVES

 

The main objectives of the Scheme are:

 

(i)         To provide additional agricultural marketing infrastructure to cope up with the large expected marketable surpluses of agricultural and allied commodities including dairy, poultry, fishery, livestock and minor forest produce. 

(ii)        To promote competitive alternative agricultural marketing infrastructure by inducement of private and cooperative sector investments that sustain incentives for quality and enhanced productivity thereby improving farmers’ income.

(iii)       To strengthen existing agricultural marketing infrastructure to enhance efficiency.

 (iv)      To promote direct marketing so as to increase market efficiency through reduction

             in intermediaries and handling channels thus enhancing farmers’ income.                        

(v)    To provide infrastructure facilities for grading, standardization and quality certification of agricultural produce so as to ensure price to the farmers commensurate with the quality of the produce.

(vi)              To promote grading, standardization and quality certification system for giving a major thrust for promotion of pledge financing and marketing ,credit, introduction of negotiable warehousing receipt system and promotion of forward and future markets so as to stabilize market system and increase farmers’ income.

 

      (vii)     To promote direct integration of processing units with producers.

(viii)    To create general awareness and provide education and training to farmers, entrepreneurs and market functionaries on agricultural marketing including grading, standardization and quality certification.

3.      SALIENT FEATURES OF THE SCHEME

SCHEME LINKED TO REFORMS

(i)      The scheme will be implemented in those States which amend the APMC Act, wherever required, to allow direct marketing and contract farming and to permit setting up of markets in private and cooperative sectors. 

(ii)      Credit linked back-ended subsidy shall be provided on the capital cost of    general or commodity specific infrastructure for marketing of agricultural commodities and for strengthening and modernization of existing agricultural markets, wholesale, rural periodic or in tribal areas. State Agricultural Produce Marketing Boards/ Committees or other State agencies will be free to decide as to the quantum of loan or invest their own funds in lieu of loan as per their requirement.

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE

    (iii)  ‘Marketing Infrastructure’ for purpose of the scheme may comprise of any of the following:

    (a)   Functional infrastructure for collection/ assembling, drying, cleaning, grading, standardization, SPS (Sanitary & Phytosanitary) measures and quality certification, labeling, packaging, ripening chambers, retailing and wholesaling, value addition facilities (without changing the product form) etc. Transportation facility will not be covered under the scheme. However, reefer vans, or any other refrigerated vans used for transporting agricultural produce, which are essential for maintaining cold supply chains, shall be eligible for assistance under the Scheme.

    (b)    Market user common facilities in the project area like shops/offices, platforms for loading/ unloading/ assembling and auctioning of the produce, parking sheds, internal roads, garbage disposal arrangements, boundary walls, drinking water, sanitation arrangements, weighing & mechanical handling equipments, etc.;

    (c)    Infrastructure for Direct marketing of agricultural commodities from producers to consumers/processing units/ bulk buyers, etc.

(d)               Infrastructure for supply of production inputs and need-based services to the farmers;

(e)      Infrastructure (equipment, hardware, gadgets, etc) for E-trading, market    intelligence,    extension and market oriented production planning; and

 (f)     Mobile infrastructure for post-harvest operations (excluding transport equipment) will be eligible for assistance under the scheme. However, exclusion of transport equipment shall not affect the development of cold chain infrastructure and reefer vans, or any other refrigerated vans used for transporting agricultural produce, which are essential for maintaining cold supply chains, shall be eligible for assistance under the Scheme.

ELIGIBLE PERSONS

(iv)       The assistance will be available to individuals, Group of farmers/ growers/ consumers, Partnership/ Proprietary firms, Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Self Help Groups (SHGs), Companies, Corporations, Autonomous Bodies of the Government, Cooperatives, Cooperative Marketing Federations, Local Bodies, Agricultural Produce Market Committees & Marketing Boards in the entire country.

(v)                            Bank assisted projects of State agencies, including projects refinanced/co-financed by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) for strengthening / modernization of existing marketing infrastructure would also be eligible for assistance under the scheme.

 

LAND AND LOCATION

 

(vi)       Under the scheme, the entrepreneur will be free to locate the marketing infrastructure project at any place of his choice determined on the basis of economic viability and commercial considerations.  The entrepreneurs in addition to providing compulsory direct service delivery to producers/farming community in post-harvest management/marketing of their produce may also have an opportunity to use the infrastructure for their own purpose during the lean period.

 

(vii)      Cost of land in infrastructure projects will be restricted to a maximum of ten per cent of the project cost in rural areas and to twenty per cent in municipal areas and it would form part of the owner’s contribution.

 

(viii)      The entrepreneur will not alienate the land during the period of the loan for any purpose other than the purpose for which the loan is sanctioned.

CREDIT LINKED ASSISTANCE

 

(ix)       Assistance under the scheme would be credit linked and subject to sanction of the infrastructure project by Commercial/ Cooperative/ Regional Rural Banks based on economic viability and commercial considerations.  However, the stipulation of credit linkage and sanction of the infrastructure project by the Commercial/ Cooperative/ Regional Rural Banks will be optional for  the infrastructure project taken up by the State Marketing Boards/ APMCs and other State agencies.

 

(x)        Assistance under the scheme shall be available on capital cost of the project only.  Banks/National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC) will, however, be free to finance other activities/working capital requirement to meet various requirements of the farmers/entrepreneurs.

SUBSIDY

(xi)     Rate of subsidy shall be 25% of the capital cost of the project.  In case of North Eastern States, in the States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas, and to entrepreneurs belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST) and their cooperatives, the rate of subsidy shall be 33.33% of the capital cost of the project. 

(xii)    Maximum amount of subsidy shall be restricted to Rs.50 lakh for each project.  In the case of North Eastern States, hilly and tribal areas, in the States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and to entrepreneurs belonging to SC/ST and their cooperatives, maximum amount of subsidy shall be Rs.60 lakh for each project.

(xiii) In respect of infrastructure projects of State Agencies, there will be no upper ceiling on subsidy to be provided under the scheme.

(xiv)           The amount of Central Assistance/subsidy availed of for the project or any of  its components from any other Central Scheme shall be deducted from the amount of subsidy admissible under this scheme.

 

RELEASE OF SUBSIDY

(xv)      Subsidy for the projects under the scheme shall be released through NABARD for projects financed by the commercial, cooperative and regional rural banks, Agricultural Development Finance Companies (ADFCs), scheduled Primary Cooperative Banks (PCBs), North Eastern Development Financial Corporation (NEDFI) and other institutions eligible for refinance from NABARD and through NCDC for projects financed by NCDC or by Cooperative Banks recognized by NCDC in accordance with its eligibility guidelines.

 

          In case, where the State Marketing Boards/ APMCs or other State Agencies propose to invest their own funds to the extent upto 75% of the project cost without availing any loan, the subsidy will be released to them directly by Directorate of Marketing and Inspection (DMI) in two installments depending on the progress of the work.

 

ADJUSTMENT OF SUBSIDY IN BORROWER’S ACCOUNT

(xvi)     The subsidy released to the bank/NCDC for an individual project will be kept in a separate borrower-wise account.  The adjustment of subsidy will be back ended.  Accordingly, the full project cost including the subsidy amount, but excluding the margin money contribution from the beneficiary, would be disbursed as a loan by the banks.  The repayment schedule will be drawn on the loan amount in such a way that the total subsidy amount is adjusted after the full bank loan component with interest is liquidated.  The repayment schedule prescribed at the time of sanction of the project will not be allowed to be altered by the financing bank without the prior approval of the Head Office of the DMI on the recommendation of NABARD/NCDC.

NO INTEREST CHARGEABLE ON SUBSIDY PORTION

(xvii)     The subsidy admissible to the promoter under the scheme will be kept in the Subsidy Reserve Fund Account (Borrower-wise) in the books of the financing banks. No interest would be charged on this by the bank.   In view of this, for purposes of charging interest on the loan component, the subsidy amount should be excluded.  The balance lying to the credit of the subsidy reserve fund account will not form part of demand and time liabilities for the purpose of SLR/CRR.

IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD

(xviii) The scheme shall be implemented during XI Plan period with a Ce3ntral Assistance of Rs.681.40 crore for marketing infrastructure projects. In addition, there will be a central allocation of Rs.15 crore for strengthening Agmark laboratory network and for general awareness and training programmes and studies, etc.

  IMPLEMENTING AGENCY

(xix) The scheme shall be implemented by the Directorate of Marketing & Inspection (DMI), an Attached Office of Department of Agriculture and Cooperation.  A list of Regional / Sub-Offices of DMI is at Annexure VIII.

4. ASSISTANCE PATTERN 

(i)         FOR PROJECTS FINANCED THROUGH BANKS/NABARD

Pattern of funding

Source of finance

Other than NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas*/SC & ST Entrepreneurs and their cooperatives.

 

  NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas*/ SC & ST entrepreneurs and their cooperatives

Subsidy from Central Government

25%

33.33%

Institutional loan from commercial/cooperative banks etc.,

Minimum 50%

Minimum 46.67%

Owner’s contribution**

Rest of the project cost

Rest of the project cost

* Hilly area is a place at an altitude of more than 1,000 meters above mean sea level.

* Tribal areas are areas notified/declared as tribal area by the Central/concerned     State Government

**Cost of land not exceeding 10% in rural areas and 20% in municipal areas of the project cost can form  

    part of the owner’s contribution.

 

Mode of Release

(a)        50% of the subsidy amount will be released to NABARD by Department of Agriculture and Cooperation in advance.  Accordingly, NABARD would release subsidy to the participating banks in advance for keeping the same in a Subsidy Reserve Fund Account of the concerned borrowers, to be adjusted finally against loan amount of the bank on completion of the project.  This amount of 50% subsidy would be released by NABARD to the participating bank on submission of a project profile-cum-claim form.

 

(b)  The remaining 50% of the subsidy amount would be disbursed to the participating bank (s) by NABARD after a Joint Inspecting Committee comprising of officers from NABARD, participating bank and Directorate of Marketing & Inspection (DMI) in the concerned State, conducts an inspection.                                                                                  

No Joint Inspection shall be undertaken by the staff of NABARD and DMI,  where the Total Financial Outlay (TFO) of the project sanctioned by the Bank is less than Rs.10.00 lakh. For such projects, remaining 50% of the subsidy amount would be disbursed to the participating bank(s) by NABARD on receipt of completion certificate from financing bank.

For projects having TFO of less than Rs.10.00 lakh and involving one time investment only, the total subsidy would be disbursed to the participating bank(s) by NABARD in one installment on completion and submission of completion report by the financing bank.

For these projects, a sample of ten per cent of random inspection shall be done by the officials of Directorate of Marketing and Inspection (DMI) located in that State.  Similarly, AMA will also authorize the officials of DMI posted in the Head Office at Faridabad to undertake inspection of ten per cent of the sanctioned projects selected on random basis in a State. 

(ii) FOR PROJECTS FINANCED THROUGH NCDC

Pattern of funding

For cooperatives in all States other than in north-eastern states, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas & SC/ST cooperatives.

 

FROM NCDC TO STATE  GOVT.               FROM STATE GOVT TO SOCIETY

Term loan        65%                                        Term Loan*                 50%

Subsidy           25%                                        Share Capital* 15%

                                                                        Subsidy                       25%

                                                                        Society Share 10%

For cooperatives in north-eastern states, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas & SC/ST cooperatives.

FROM NCDC TO STATE GOVT.                FROM STATE GOVT TO SOCIETY

Term loan        56.67%                                   Term Loan*                 50.00%

Subsidy           33.33%                                   Share Capital* 06.67%

                                                                        Subsidy                        33.33%

                                                                        Society Share 10.00%

*Minimum term loan 50% (Share Capital of State Government will proportionately vary with increase in term loan)

Through Cooperative Banks/Directly to Cooperative Societies:-

Source of finance

Other than NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas* and SC & ST Cooperatives

 

NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas*/ SC & ST and cooperatives.

 

Subsidy from the Government

25%

33.33%

Term loan

Minimum 50%

Minimum 50%

Promoter’s contribution**

Rest of the project cost

Rest of the project cost

 

* Hilly areas is a place at an altitude of more than 1,000 meters above mean sea level.

* Tribal areas are notified/declared as tribal area by the Central/concerned State Government.

**Cost of land not exceeding 10% in rural areas and 20% in municipal areas of the project cost can form part of the promoter’s contribution.

Mode of Release

In case of all states:-

 -   Assistance will be provided on guarantee of state government.

 -   50% of sanctioned assistance shall be released on approval and on acquisition of land and release of funds by state government to society. The balance 50% of sanctioned assistance shall be provided after state govt. has provided complete assistance including its share as share capital and completion of civil works up to plinth level (in case civil works are part of the project) and receipt of machinery/equipment at site.

In case of union territories

Assistance is provided directly to the society on guarantee of central govt. on pattern as above.

In case of national level / multi-state societies / other societies

Assistance is provided to society on mortgage of fixed assets.

a)         The subsidy (25% or 33.33% as the case may be) shall be subject to the limits laid down under the scheme. The quantum of term loan may be enhanced accordingly.

b)         The minimum share of society shall be 10% of cost. In case societies are able to contribute more than 10%, the quantum of term loan/state govt. share capital could be reduced accordingly.

c)         The subsidy shall be provided as an interest free loan during construction period and shall be converted into subsidy on completion of project to the satisfaction of NCDC.

 

4 (iii) Pattern of funding – for projects taken up by the State Marketing Boards/ APMCs and    

        other State Agencies

Subsidy/ Owner’s Contribution

All States other than NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas.

 

NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas.

 

Subsidy from the Government

25%

33.33%

Term Loan

0 to 50%

0 to 50%

Owner’s Contribution

Rest of the project cost

Rest of the project cost

                                                   

5. INSTITUTIONAL LENDING

A.  Eligible financing institutions :                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

The eligible financing institutions under the scheme are:

(i)         Commercial banks, regional rural banks (RRBs), state cooperative banks (SCBs), state cooperative agricultural and rural development bank (SCARDBs), agricultural development finance companies (ADFCs), north-eastern development finance corporation (NEDFI), and such other institutions which will be eligible for refinance from NABARD.

(ii)        Cooperative societies and cooperative banks recognized by NCDC in accordance with its eligibility guidelines. 

 

 

 

B. Term Loan

(i)         Minimum 50% of the project cost (46.67% in case of NE states, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas and for entrepreneurs belonging to SC/ST and their cooperatives) can be raised as term loan from the financing banks.  As the subsidy is back-ended, eligible amount of the subsidy (25%/33.33%) would initially be allowed as term loan to the beneficiary.  The repayment schedule will be drawn on the total loan amount (including subsidy) in such a way that the subsidy amount is adjusted after liquidation of net bank loan (excluding subsidy).

 

 (i-A):   The stipulation of raising minimum above term loan will not be applicable to the infrastructure projects taken up by State Marketing Boards and other State agencies and they will be free to decide the quantum of loan for the project, according to the requirement.  They may even fund the project up to 75% of the project cost, with zero credit component, utilizing internal resources/ own funds.

 

(ii)        Repayment period will depend upon the cash flow and will be up to 11 years including a grace period of two years.  The first annual installment will fall due after 24 months from the date of first disbursement. 

(iii)       Rate of interest to borrowers on term loan shall be at PLR  of the bank (or the lead bank) as per RBI guidelines.  Interest will be chargeable from the date of the first disbursement of loan.                                              

(iv)       The financial institution may also provide working capital separately for undertaking business by entrepreneurs.

(v)        NCDC may follow its own norms for period of term loan, its repayment, moratorium, interest rates, etc.

 

6. TIME LIMIT FOR COMPLETION

            A time  limit of 18 months is prescribed for completion of the project from the date of disbursement of the first installment of loan by the financial institution or from the date of approval of the project by the Committee.           

          However, if reasons for delay are justified, a further grace period of 6 months may be allowed by the financial institution .

            However, in case of large integrated agricultural marketing infrastructure projects involving total outlay of Rs.2 crore or more and requiring phasing, a time limit of maximum of 36 months may be prescribed for completion of the project from the date of disbursement of the first installment of loan by the financial institution.

           If the project is not completed within the stipulated period benefit of subsidy shall not be available and advance subsidy will have to be refunded forthwith.

7. REFINANCE ASSISTANCE FROM NABARD

For Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure projects, NABARD would provide refinance to Commercial Banks/RRBs/ADFCs/SCBs/SCARDBs and such other eligible institutions @ 90% of the amount financed by the banks as term loan.  However, quantum of refinance would be 95% in case of SCARDBs in north-eastern region.  The rate of interest on refinance will be decided by NABARD from time to time and at present, it is @ 6.75% per annum.

 

8. OTHER CONDITIONS

(I) Projects under the scheme may be treated as infrastructure for financing.

(II).The participating banks/NCDC/NABARD etc., will adhere to their own norms for appraisal of projects.

(III) It will be the responsibility of the owner to have the insurance of the project unit.

(IV)A signboard at the site “Assisted under the Scheme of Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure of Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India” will be exhibited.

(V) Government’s interpretations of various terms will be final.

(VI)Besides Joint Inspection Committee (JIC) inspection, pre and post-completion inspections of the project, including those exempted from JIC inspection may be undertaken to verify physical, financial and operational progress, as and when required.

(VII) Government reserves the right to modify, add and delete any term and condition without assigning any reason.

9.      PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED FOR SANCTIONING OF PROJECT AND RELEASE OF SUBSIDY

A.       Projects financed through banks/NABARD

(i)         An interested promoter will submit the project proposal for term loan and subsidy to the bank on an application form as prescribed by the concerned bank along with project report and other documents for appraisal and sanction of loan.  A copy of the proposal shall also be endorsed by the promoter to Sub-office/Regional Office of DMI as per list at Annexure VIII.

(ii)        Bank after appraisal and sanctioning of project and disbursal of first installment of loan will furnish a brief project profile-cum-claim form for advance subsidy in the prescribed form given in Annexure I along with a copy of bank’s sanction letter to RO, NABARD with a copy to the Sub-Office/Regional Office of DMI as per list at Annexure VII.

(iii)       NABARD on receipt of project profile-cum-claim form from the participating bank, will sanction and release 50% advance subsidy to the participating bank for keeping the same in the Subsidy Reserve Fund Account (Borrower-wise).  NABARD will forward a copy of the sanction and project profile as indicated in Annexure I to the Head Office of DMI project-wise for replenishment or adjustment against advance subsidy provided by DMI to NABARD.  The release of subsidy by NABARD will be subject to availability of funds from DMI.

(iv)   When the project is nearing completion, the promoter will inform the bank who will initiate action for an inspection by a Joint Inspection Committee consisting of officials of bank, NABARD and DMI to ensure that the executed project conforms to technical and financial parameters. No Joint Inspection shall be required, where the TFO of the project sanctioned by the Bank is less than Rs.10.00 lakh. For such projects, the inspection will be conducted by the officer of the financing bank. After joint inspection/inspection is conducted, the bank will submit the claim for final subsidy in the prescribed format given in Annexure II to NABARD, in triplicate, with a copy to concerned Regional Office/Sub-Office of DMI.  The inspection report (Annexure-VI) of the Joint Inspection Committee/ Financing bank and completion certificate should be enclosed with the claim form for final subsidy.  NABARD shall release the final subsidy to banks, which will be replenished by DMI or adjusted against the subsidy amount provided to NABARD in advance.

B.      Projects financed through NCDC.

(i)                  NCDC shall provide assistance to the cooperatives for development of agricultural marketing infrastructure projects.

 

(ii)               The cooperative societies shall formulate proposals in the format prescribed by NCDC and shall submit to RCS/State Govt. or directly to NCDC in case of societies registered under Multi State Cooperative Act/State Cooperative Act.

 

(iii)               The RCS/State Govt. shall examine the proposal and shall recommend to NCDC for consideration.

(iv)               

(iv)     NCDC shall consider the proposals by way of table/field appraisal according to the quantum of assistance involved.

(v)    NCDC shall communicate its sanction to the State Government and a counter sanction shall be issued by the State Government to the societies.

(vi)   The pattern of funding, interest rates, mode of release of sanctioned assistance shall be as per NCDC’s norms and policies as circulated from time to time.

(vii)   The sanctioned assistance shall be released through the State Governments to the societies.

(viii)  The State Governments shall periodically furnish progress reports to NCDC and NCDC shall furnish the same to DMI.

(ix)    DMI shall release advance subsidy for parking in NCDC’s account. The project-wise subsidy shall be adjusted/replenished by DMI.

(x)     NCDC shall furnish utilization certificate to DMI.

(xi)   NCDC and DMI may undertake inspection of the completed projects to verify the utilization on a random basis.

C.   Projects financed through their own funds by the State Marketing Boards and other State Agencies

(i)  The State Marketing Board and other State Level Government Agencies will submit the project proposal to DMI, HO, Faridabad directly.  However, lower level State Agencies, such as, APMCs, Local Bodies etc. should submit their proposals to DMI through their State level Organizations/ Departments concerned.  The DMI will send the proposal to NABCONS, a wholly owned subsidiary of NABARD or any other suitable Financial Institution empanelled by the Ministry in accordance with the procedure laid down by the Ministry of Finance for appraisal. However, the projects, which have been prepared by NABCONS or any other Financial Institution empanelled by the Ministry availing the project development facility (PDF) under the Scheme, and have Feasibility Report and Cost-Benefit Analysis in its DPR prepared by them, need not be referred for appraisal by DMI.

(ii)  NABCONS or the Financial Institution concerned, after appraisal, will forward the proposal with recommendations to the Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of Agricultural Marketing Adviser to the Govt. of India with a representative of concerned State Marketing Board/ State Agency, a representative of concerned Regional/ Sub-Office of DMI and a representative from the  Ministry. The proposals which do not need appraisal will, however, be straightaway considered by the Committee, on their receipt in DMI.

(iii)  The Committee will examine and approve the projects found suitable.  The Committee will also monitor the progress of the execution of such projects;

(iv)  The subsidy component will be released as Central assistance to the Board/ State agency concerned directly by DMI in two equal installments depending on the progress of the work, of which, the first installment would be released on approval of the project and the second installment shall be released only on getting a progress report of the project from the State Agency concerned showing that they have completely made their contribution for the project and have got it utilized fully and that the project requires only an amount equivalent to the second installment of subsidy from the Central Government for its completion.  In case there is any other shortfall due to cost escalation or change in the quantity of works etc., such shortfall will have to be met by the State Agency concerned before seeking release of the second installment.

10.    MONITORING

(i)    The monitoring of each project shall be done by DMI through its Regional/ Sub offices (list at Annexure VIII) and review will be done on a monthly basis with NABARD/NCDC.

 

(ii)   As mentioned in Para 9 (iv),  a Joint Inspection Committee consisting of officials from NABARD, NCDC, Financing bank (s), as the case may be and DMI would inspect the project work within the overall scope of the operational guidelines of the scheme. Joint Inspection is not required in cases where TFO of the project sanctioned by the bank is less than Rs.10.00 lakh. For such projects, the inspection will be conducted by the officer of the Financing bank. The Joint inspection Committee/ Financing bank would submit its report in the format at  Annexure VI which should be enclosed with Annexure II. For this purpose, the promoters/ Financing bank /NABARD will initiate necessary action to get the inspection conducted on the project site by the Joint Inspection Committee/ Financing bank at the time when the project is completed, so as to avoid any delay in release/adjustment of subsidy.

 

(iii)    After crediting the final installment of subsidy in the reserve fund of the borrower, a utilization certificate as per Annexure III is required to be submitted by the participating bank to NABARD/NCDC as the case may be, to the effect that amount of subsidy received by them has been fully utilized and adjusted in the books of account under the sanctioned  terms and conditions of the project, within the overall guidelines of the scheme.

 

(iv)  The progress report of the scheme as per formats at Annexure  IV & V    shall be sent by NABARD/NCDC directly to the Head office of DMI on a monthly basis.

(v) NABARD would delegate adequate powers to the Chief General Managers/General Managers/ In-charge of Regional Offices of NABARD so as to facilitate expeditious sanction of projects and release of refinance/subsidy amounts under the scheme.

11.    STRENGTHENING OF AGMARK LABORATORIES OF DIRECTORATE OF MARKETING AND INSPECTION

            The civil and electrical infrastructure of the Central Agmark Laboratory at Nagpur and six Regional Agmark Laboratories functioning in the Departmental premises shall be suitably improved with maintenance of necessary supplies and without affecting the normal functions of these labs, a portion of such premises shall be used to facilitate setting up of testing facilities as per Codex requirements through a tie-up with outside professional laboratories on rental or revenue sharing basis, whichever is found advantageous, subject to fixation of rates of testing services by such agencies in consultation with the Department.

12.    GENERAL AWARENESS AND TRAINING PROGRAMME

            General awareness, publicity and training programmes for farmers, market functionaries and entrepreneurs in construction, maintenance and operation of infrastructure projects as also agricultural marketing in general including grading and standardization, shall be taken up through Ch. Charan Singh National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM), Jaipur and other national and state level institution/ Universities.  NIAM would also arrange for consultancy services for setting up of a “Project Development Facility” to catalyze investment credit in agri-infrastructure projects.

 

 

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Annexure-I

 

FORMAT FOR PROJECT PROFILE CUM CLAIM FORM FOR CLAIMING 50% ADVANCE SUBSIDY/REFINANCE

 

(TO BE SUBMITTED BY BANK IN TRIPLICATE TO NABARD WITH A COPY TO DMI)

 

To,

(1)    Regional Office, NABARD

(2)    Regional/Sub-office,  (nearest as per addresses enclosed)

    Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

 

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

PART – I

(FOR USE BY BANK)

1.  (i)  Name & Address of project            :

     (ii) Whether located in North East Regions/

           States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh,

           Jammu & Kashmir/ Hilly Areas/ Tribal Areas

 

2.  (i)  Name & address of promoter: 

     (ii)  Whether belongs to SC/ ST/

           their cooperatives, if yes

           specify:

     (iii)   Whether belongs to State Agencies.

3.   Name & address of financing bank:

     4.  Date of receipt of proposal/application:

 

5.   (a) Date of sanction of term loan by Bank:

      (b) Date of disbursement of first installment:

 

6. Means of finance:

·         Total outlay                              :

·         Promoter’s contribution          :

·         Bank loan                                :

 

     7. Give brief account of the infrastructure

         to be created under the project

         (description of components):

     8. Item-wise financial projection    :

     9.  Please state how the project would

       provide ‘direct’ service delivery to

       producers/farming community in  post-harvest

       management/marketing of their produce:    

10.       Rate of interest (to be) charged :                               %

            a) In the case of CBS:                                               %

            b) In the case of others                                   %

                convenor Bank of SLBC:

11. Brief coverage on technical feasibility and financial viability.

(Enclose separate sheet along with project report)

12. Other relevant information such as permissions/

       approvals obtained etc..

13. The project has been appraised and found to be technically feasible and financially viable. We intend/do not intend to avail of refinance from NABARD. The refinance amount is Rs………………………. (if it is to be availed)

14. An amount of Rs………………… (Rupees…………………………………) being the 50% of the eligible amount of subsidy may please be released in respect of the project for crediting to the “Subsidy Reserve Fund Account-Borrower wise”.

 

15. We note that the repayment schedule cannot be altered. We also note that a time limit of 18 months is stipulated for completion of the project from the date of sanction of project. If reasons for delay in completion of the project are justified, a maximum grace period of 6 months may be allowed for completion of project. We also note that the advance subsidy has to be refunded forthwith if the project is not completed within the above stipulated period and as per the broad parameters of the scheme. It is further noted that in case of any delay in refund of subsidy, the participating bank/beneficiary will be liable for payment of penal interest.

 

(____________________)

Seal and signature of the

Authorized Signatory bank

Place:

Date:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART – II

 

(FOR USE OF RO,NABARD)

(A)       For use by RO, NABARD

 

Advance subsidy

 

The claim of advance subsidy for Rs.__________________ is forwarded herewith for release of the same.

 

(____________________)

Authorized signatory

Regional Office, NABARD

Date:-

(B)       For use by NABARD

 

Scheme code                                                                  Project Code

State code                                                                       Bank code

District code       

 

An amount of Rs…………………….. is released as advance subsidy on ……………..(name of the bank) vide subsidy disbursement advice no……………….(copy enclosed). This amount may please be replenished/adjusted by DMI.

 

 

(____________________)

Authorized signatory

Regional Office, NABARD

Date:-

                       

(c)        For use by HO, DMI

 

An amounts of Rs._______________ as advance subsidy against above mentioned claim is hereby released/replenished to NABARD vide. D.D.  No. _______ dated__________drawn on__________  (Bank).

 

(____________________)

Authorized signatory

DMI, Head Office

Date:-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure-II.

FORMAT FOR CLAIMING FINAL INSTALMENT OF SUBSIDY

(TO BE SUBMITTED BY BANK IN TRIPLICATE TO NABARD WITH A COPY TO DMI)

To,

(1) Regional Office, NABARD

(2) Regional Sub-office,(nearest as per addresses enclosed)

      Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

 

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

PART – I

(FOR USE BY BANK)

 

1.         Name, address / location of project:

2.         Name and address of promoter:

3.         Name and address of financing bank:

4.         Date of sanction of term loan by Bank:

5.         Date of sanction of refinance by NABARD, if applicable:

6.         Date & amount of refinance released by NABARD:

7.         Date of last inspection of project by bank:

             (enclose copy of inspection report)

8.                     i)          Total cost of project    Rs.

                        ii)         Promoters contribution           Rs.

                        iii)         Bank loan                                Rs.

9.  Give brief account of the facilities

      created under the project:

10.       Advance subsidy

                        i) Date of receipt                                 :

                        ii) Amount                                            :

11.       Rate of interest being charged by                  

            financing bank

            a)         In the case of CBs PLR                      % p.a.

            b)         In the case of others PLR                  

                        of convener Bank of SLBC                 % p.a.

 

12.       Whether infrastructure facility created/strengthened as per the                    technical parameters envisaged under the project.

 

13.       Total amount of expenditure incurred in the project – item-wise details, duly certified by a chartered accountant (copies of all receipt & certificates from the chartered  accountant are to be enclosed).

 

14.       Various permissions/approvals obtained by the promoters for establishment and commissioning of the project from various government authorities. (Copy of each such permission/approval is to be enclosed).

15.       The completion / commissioning certificate is required to be signed by the promoters & verified by a qualified / approved engineer / architect. Such certificate is required to be counter signed by the Branch Manager of the financing bank.

Since the above project is complete as per terms & conditions stipulated under the scheme, final inspection of the Project has been arranged and an amount of Rs. _____________(Rupees_____________________________) being the final installment of subsidy may please be released for crediting to the Subsidy Reserve Fund Account Borrower wise.

16.       It is certified that the observation(s) made by the Joint Inspection Committee/ Financing bank have been complied with. A copy of the Inspection Report of Joint Inspection Committee/ Financing bank is enclosed.

[______________________]

Seal and Signature of the

                                                                                        Branch Manager

     (Bank)Place:

Date:

 

Enclosures: Completion certificate, Inspection report of committee, etc.   

PART – II

(FOR USE BY RO,NABARD)

 

(A)       For use of RO, NABARD

 

            An amount of Rs. ________________________ as final installment of subsidy towards the above claim of __________________________(name of the bank) in respect of __________________(name of the project) may be released.

 

 

(_______________________)

Authorized signatory

RO, NABARD

Date:

(B)       For use of HO, NABARD

 

Scheme code                                                             Project Code

State code                                                                   Bank code

District code   

           

            An amount of Rs.______________________________ is released as final subsidy on __________________________( name of the bank) vide subsidy disbursement advice no.________________-(copy enclosed). This amount may please be released by DMI.

(_______________________)

Authorized signatory

HO

NABARD

Date:                                                     

 

(C)       For use by HO, DMI

 

An amount of Rs. ____________________________ as final subsidy against above mentioned claim is hereby replenished/adjusted to NABARD vide D.D. No. ____________ Dated__________drawn on __________ (Bank)

 

 

 

(_______________________)

Authorized signatory

DMI Head Office

Date:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure III.

 

Format for Utilization Certificate

 

(FOR THE USE OF FINANCING BANK TO BE SUBMITTED, IN TRIPLCIATE, TO THE REGIONAL OFFICE OF NABARD)

 

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

 

 

1.         Name, address and location of the beneficiary and project:

2.         Name of the financing bank:                                                              

3.         Name & address of the financing branch       :                                  

4.         Date of sanction of loan by bank:                              

5.         Date of inspection by Joint Inspection Committee:                           

6.         Date of commission of the unit:                                                                     

7.         (i)         Total financial outlay                                                   -Rs.

            (ii)        Margin money                                                             -Rs.

            (iii)       Bank loan                                                                    -Rs.

            (iv)       Subsidy received   Date of receipt      Amount            Date of credit to the

                                                       from NABARD      (Rs.)                Subsidy Reserve

Fund A/c of the Borrower                             

 

          (a) 50% Advance Subsidy

 

(b) Final installment of subsidy

 

8.                  Brief description of facilities created with capacity etc.:

9.                  Rates of Interest charged by the financial bank                     %p.a.

(a) In the case of CBs PLR                                              % p.a.

(b) In the case of others-                         

      PLR of convenor bank of SLBC

 

10.              The bank has/has not availed refinance from NABARD.

11.              This is to certify that the full amount of subsidy received in respect of the above project has been fully utilized (by way of crediting to the “ Subsidy Reserve Fund Account-borrower-wise) and adjusted in the books of account under the sanctioned terms and conditions of the project within the overall guidelines of the scheme.

 

 

Place

Date

Seal & Signature of the

Branch Manager (Financing bank)


 

Annexure-IV & V

 

 

PROGRESS OF SCHEME FOR

“ DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION”

SANCTIONED/PENDING SCHEME (ABSTRACT)*

 

 

STATUS AS ON _________

 

 

Sl.No.

State

Name of the project

Location

Infrastructure/facilities developed with capacity/broad specifications

TFO

Sanctioned

Bank

loan

Promoter’s

Contribution

Total

eligible

subsidy

Subsidy released to financing banks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advance

 

Subsidy

Final

Installment

subsidy

Total

Subsidy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* The above information break-up may be furnished in the same format for schemes sanctioned in NE States, States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, hilly and tribal areas, SC/ST entrepreneurs and their cooperatives separately.

 

 


Annexure-VI.

 

PROFORMA FOR JOINT INSPECTION REPORT/ FINANCING BANK REPORT

 

A.         Name & Address of the Promoters/Entrepreneurs:

 

B.         Members of Joint Inspection Committee/ Financing bank.   

            (Name, Designation & Address)

                 ( I ) NABARD

                 ( ii ) Financing Bank

              ( iii ) DMI

                 ( iv ) State Marketing Board/ State Agency                                                           

 

C.        i)          Date of completion of the project:                  

            ii)         Date of intimation of completion

                        of project to NABARD and DMI:

            iii)         Date of Joint Inspection/ Inspection

 

D.        Project at a glance

      i)          Location and facility created   :

      ii)         Financing Bank                                   :

      iii)         Total Project cost                                :

      iv)        Amount of term loan provided :

v)         Date & amount of Ist installment       

of  loan disbursed                               :

                        vi)        Date & amount of Ist installment of

                                    Subsidy released:

                        vii)        Owner’s fund in the project                 :

                                    a) Adjusted against land value            :

                                    b) Cash                                              

E.                     i)          Whether project implemented as

per approval

(Specifications etc.)                            :

ii)                   If no, specify the deviations:

 

                        iii)         Whether project implemented in time:

 

F.         Recommendations of the Joint Inspection Committee/ Financing Bank

 

G.        Signatures of the Joint Inspection Committee members/ Financing Bank.                                                                                                          

Signature & Date

 

                1) NABARD

                2) Financing Bank

                3) DMI

                4) State Marketing Board/ State  Agency

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure-VII

 

 

 

FORMAT FOR CLAIMING SECOND INSTALLMENT OF SUBSIDY

(to be submitted by the State Agency to DMI, H.O. Faridabad)

 

To

The Agricultural Marketing Adviser

to the Govt. of India

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Head Office, N.H.IV

Faridabad-121001.

 

SCHEME FOR DEVELOPMENT/STRENGTHENING OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE, GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION

1

Name  and address of the State Agency

 

2

Name, address/location of project:

 

3

Name, address of the controlling     authority:

 

4

Date of sanction of project by the    Sanctioning Committee:

 

 

5 .

Total cost of the project as approved  by the Sanctioning Committee:

Rs.

6

State Agency contribution

expected for the project:

Rs.

7

Total eligible subsidy as

approved by the Committee of DMI:

 

Rs.

8

Amount of first installment of subsidy   and date of receipt:

Rs.

9

Brief account of the item-wise progress of works undertaken so far under the project(duly certified by a Competent Engineer of the State Agency or that of State Government):

 

10

Date of inspection of project by DMI, if any:

 

11

Total amount of expenditure incurred   so far in the project –item-wise details, duly certified by a Chartered Accountant:

(copies of all receipt and certificates from the chartered accountant are to be enclosed)

 

Rs.

12

Various permission/approvals obtained  by the State Agency for establishment and commissioning of the project from various government authorities :

(copy of each such permission/approval is to be enclosed):

 

 

13. Certified that above project is nearing to completion as per terms, conditions stipulated under the scheme and we  have completely made our contribution for the project and have got it utilized fully and the project requires only an amount equivalent  to the second installment of subsidy from the central govt. for its completion. Utilization Certificate  for the first installment of subsidy is enclosed as per prescribed format GFR 19-A.

14. It is requested that an amount of Rs.________________(Rupees______________) being the second installment of subsidy may please be released for completing the project. The Utilization Certificate for second installment of subsidy will be submitted immediately after completion of the project as per time period prescribed under the scheme.

 

Place:                                                                                                 Signature:

Date:                                                                                                   Name:

                                                                         Address:      

 

Enclosures: As above.

 

 

 

 

Annexure-VIII

 

List of Regional /Sub-office of

Directorate of Marketing & inspection with addresses

 

Andaman & Nicobar Island

 

Asst.Agricultural  Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

General pool Offices Building,

4th Floor, A Wing, DF Block,

Sector-1, Salt Lake,

Kolkata-700064

Ph.033-3340845, 3347553(O)

 

Andhra Pradesh

Asst. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Green House 3rd Floor, Block 1,

Sultan Bazaar, Hyderabad-5000195

Ph.040-4657446

 

Arunachal Pradesh

Senior Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

RUKMINIGAON, Navratna Path,

H.No.09, First Floor, P.O.Khanpara

Guwahati-781022.

Ph. 0361-             (O)

 

Assam

Senior Marketing Officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

RUKMINIGAON, Navratna Path,

H.No.09, First Floor, P.O.Khanpara

Guwahati-781022.

Ph. 0361-        (O)

 

Bihar

Senior Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Nagina Niketan OPP. A.N.College,

Boring Road Patna-800013

Ph. 0612-266691 (O)

 

 

Chandigarh

Senior Marketing Officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

6th Floor, Kendriya Sadan,

Sector 9 ‘A’, Chandigarh-160 047

      Ph.0172 – 2743201 (o)

 

 

Chhatisgarh

Marketing Officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

33, Anand Nagar,

RAIPUR,

Chhatisgarh.

Ph. 0771-2446030 (O)

 

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

Asst. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

New CGO Building, 3rd Floor,

New Marine Lines,

Mumbai-400080

Ph.022-2036801,2032699 (O)

 

Daman & Diu

Asst. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

New CGO Building, 3rd Floor,

New Marine Lines,

Mumbai-400080

Ph.022-2036801,2032699 (O)

 

Delhi

Asstt. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

4/20, Asaf Ali Road,

New Delhi

Ph.011-23264635, 23277295 (o)

 

Gujarat

Senior Marketing Development Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

1, Inderprastha Society

1st Floor, Near Gandhi Bridge

Shahpur, Ahmedabad-380004

Ph. 079-25600965 (O)

 

Goa

Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Arlem Raia,Salcatte

P.O.Margoa

APMC Complex,

Goa-403720

Ph. 0832-2743589.

 

 

      Haryana

Senior Marketing officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

6th floor Kendriya Sadan,

Sector 9’A’ Chandigarh-160047

Ph.0172-743201

 

Himachal Pradesh

Senior Marketing officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

6th floor Kendriya Sadan,

Sector 9’A’ Chandigarh-160047

Ph.0172-743201 (O)

 

Jammu & Kashmir

Marketing Officer

61,A, II Extension, Gandhi Nagar,

Jammu Tawi-180004

Ph. 0191-450478 (O)

 

Jharkhand

Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

Main Terminal Market Yard,

Pardra, RANCHI-4.

      Ph.: 0651- 2512597

 

Kerala

Senior Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

P.C.No.25/1107(6)

2nd Floor, Ramakrishna Building

Near Manorama, East Thampanoor

Thiruvanathapuram-695001

Ph. 0471-2471134 (O)

 

Karnataka

Asstt. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

M.G.Complex APMC,

Yashwantpur,

Bangalore-560080

Ph. 080-3473004

 

Lakshadweep

Senior Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

P.C.No.25/1107(6)

2nd Floor, Ramakrishna Building

Near Manorama,East Thampanoor,

Thiruvanathapuram-695001   Ph. 0471-471134 (O)

 

      Maharashtra

Asst.Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

New CGO Building, 3rd Floor,

New Marine Lines,

Mumbai-400080

Ph.022-2036801,2032699 (O)

 

Madhya Pradesh

Asst.Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

House No.245, 2nd Floor,

M.P.Nagar, Zone -II

Bhopal-462 001

Ph.0755-551847 (O)

 

Manipur

Senior marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

RUKMINIGAON, Navratna Path,

H.No.09, First Floor, P.O.Khanpara

Guwahati-781009

Ph. 0361-545256(O)

 

Meghalaya

Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Kher Malki Road, Dhankheri,

Shillong-793001

Mizoram

Senior Marketing Officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

RUKMINIGAON, Navratna Path,

H.No.09, First Floor, P.O.Khanpara

Guwahati-781009

Ph. 0361-545256(O)

 

Nagaland

Senior Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

RUKMINIGAON, Navratna Path,

H.No.09, First Floor, P.O.Khanpara

Guwahati-781009

Ph. 0361-545256(O)

 

Orissa

Marketing Officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

OSCARD  Bank Building, 4th floor

J. L. N. Marg

Bhubaneshwar-751 001

Ph. 0674-503829 (O)

 

Pondicherry

Dy. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Shastri Bhawan.4 th Floor,

6th Block,26 Haddows Roas,

Chennai-600006

Ph.044-8271738, 8278065 (O)

 

Punjab

Senior Marketing Officer

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

6th floor Kendriya Sadan,

Sector 9’A’ Chandigarh-160047

Ph.0172-743201(O)

 

Rajasthan

Asst.Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

4th Floor, Kendriya Sadan, Sec.10

Vidyadhar Nagar

Jaipur

 

Sikkim

Asstt. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

General pool Offices Building,

4th Floor, A Wing, DF Block,

Sector-1,Salt Lake,

Kolkata-700064

Ph.033-3340845,3347553(O)

 

Tamilnadu

Dy. Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

Shastri Bhawan.4 th Floor,

6th Block,26 Haddows Roas,

Chennai-600006

Ph.044-8271738,8278065 (O)

 

Tripura

Senior Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

RUKMINIGAON, Navratna Path,

H.No.09, First Floor, P.O.Khanpara

, Guwahati-781009

Ph. 0361-545256(O)

 

Uttar Pradesh

Asst.Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection

29-A/1,Jopling Road,

Lucknow-226001

Ph. 0522-207357 (O)

 

Uttrakhand

Marketing Officer,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

Computer Room,

APMC, Nirnjanpur,

Dehradun,

Ph. 0135 – 2520253 (O)

 

West Bengal

Asst..Agricultural Marketing Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

General pool Offices Building,

4th Floor, A Wing, DF Block,

Sector-1,Salt Lake,

Kolkata-700064

Ph.033-3340845,3347553(O)

For further information, please contact

 

 

Shri S.N.SINGH TOMAR

Deputy  Agricultural Marketing  Adviser,

Directorate of Marketing & Inspection,

(Department of Agriculture & Cooperation),

New CGO Building, NH-IV, Faridabad-121 001

Tele:  0129 -2415710 

 Fax:  0129- 2416568

E-Mailss.tomar@nic.in

 

Dr. A.S PATIL,

General Manager,

National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development,

Plot No. C-24, G Block,

Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East,

Mumbai- 400 051.

Tele:  022- 26530030.

Fax:   022-26530090

E-Mail:  icd@nabard.org

 

Dr. B.K.Paty

Dy. Director

National Institute of Agricultural Marketing,

Kota Road, Bambala, Near Sanganer,

Jaipur-303 906

Tele: 0141-2770589

         0141-2770614

Tax: 0141-2770589

        0141- 2770051

E-Mail:  bkpaty@rediffmail.com

 

Sh. BADRUL HASAN,

Chief Director (MI),

National Cooperative Development Corporation,

4, Siri Institutional Area, Hauz Khas,

New Delhi- 110 049.

Tele: 011- 26961170

Fax:  011- 26962370

E-Mail: hasan@ncdc.in

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                   

 

Annexure- IX

 

PROFORMA FOR SUBMISSION OF MONTHLY FINANCIAL PROGRESS REPORT UNDER THE DEVELOPMENT OF MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE SCHEME

 

Progress report at the end of the month ----------------------------,

 

Year ---------------------                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (Rs.-Lakh)

Implementing agency

Unspent balance of grants-in-aid as on 1st April of the current year

Grants-in-aid released so far during the current year

 

Funds utilized so far towards subsidy during the current year

 

Unspent balance of grants-in-aid available by the end of month--------------

Remarks

NABARD

 

 

 

 

 

NCDC

 

 

 

 

 

NIAM

 

 

 

 

 

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Funds Utilization and unspent balance to be reported only as per the latest monthly UC submitted to the Ministry.

PROFORMA FOR SUBMISSION OF MONTHLY PHYSICAL PROGRESS REPORT UNDER THE DEVELOPMENT OF MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE SCHEME

Progress report at the end of the month                         ,  

Year-------------------------                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (Rs.-Lakh)

Implementing agency

Unspent balance of grants-in-aid as on 1st April of the current year

Grants-in-aid released so far during the current year

 

Funds utilized so far towards subsidy during the current year

 

Unspent balance of grants-in-aid available by the end of month-----------

Remarks

NABARD

 

 

 

 

 

NCDC

 

 

 

 

 

VAIOUS STATE AGENCIES

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL