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General Information

(i) City Jaora
(ii) Full Postal Address Krishi Upaj Mandi Kachroad Naka road Jaora Dist Ratlam(M.P.)
(iii) Email
(iv) Telephone No. with STD Code 07414-229217
(v) Year of establishment 1955
(vi) Population Served 90000
(vii) Geographical area served by Market (No. of   Villages etc.) 241 


(i) Regulated/Unregulated Unregulated
(ii) Year of Regulation 1956
(iii) Name of the Market Legislation APMC Jaora
(iv) Whether Elected/Nominated/Superseded APMC Elected
(v) Name of Chairman/Administrator shreemati parvati bai patidar
Address of Chairman/Administrator vill:- ranayra the:-piploda dist:- ratlam (m.p.)
Telephone No. of Chairman/Administrator 9977936684
(vi) Name of Secretary josaif meida
Address of Secretary Kroshi Upaj Mandi Jaora
Telephone No. of Secretary 9425071500
(vii) Name of Officer-in-Charge of Market Information ashok kumar soni
Address of Officer-in-Charge of Market Information krishi Upaj Mandi Jaora
Telephone No. of Officer-in-Charge of Market Information 9630377115
(viii) If Unregulated, Name of Owner and ManagementSecratary
(ix) Details of Staff: Supervisory Administrative
a) Permanent 21   5 
b) Temporary 12   0 
(x) Market holidaysSunday 
(xi) Market hours10 am to 6 pm 

Rail/Road Connectivity

(i) Name of the nearest railway station Jaora
(ii) Distance of the railway station from the market(in Kms) 2
(iii) Name of the Nearest National /State Highway Mahow Naserabad SN-14

Market Area

(i) Notified area of Market Committee 22.88 Acar
(ii) Subyard (If any) and It's exact location 5 Sub Yard
(iii) Farthest place in the Hinterland
(iv) Nearest place in the Hinterland
(v) Commodity Wise Processing Units in the Market area 5
(vi) Number of Cold Storages available 0
(vii) Capacity of Cold Storages available 0
(viii) Number of Commodities notified under regulation 28
(viiii) Average daily dispatches to outside markets during the season 480 MT 
(x) Average daily dispatches to outside markets during the peak period 240 MT 
(xi) Names of traditional markets(important) to which produce is sent Indore Kota Madras Bombay Delhi etc. 

Arrivals / Dispatches


Name of 10 commodities important in terms of  arrivals:  Name of Commodity Annual Production
  1.Wheat  45000 
  2.Gram  15000 
  3.Soyabean  59000 
  4.Garlic  25000 
  5.Maize  4000 
  6.Pope Seed  300 
  7.Urad  1000 
  8.Rava  1500 
  9.Ajwan  500 
  10.Mathi  12000 

(ii) Marketing season commodity wise for 10 important commodities: Name of Commodity Season(From-To) Peak Season(From-To)
1.Wheat march  June 
2.Gram March  June 
3.Soyabean Oct  Dec 
4.Garlic March  June 
5.Maize Oct  Dec 
6.Pope Seed    
7.Urad Oct  Dec 
8.Rava March  May 
9.Ajwan March  May 
10.Mathi March June 

(iii)Average daily arrivals in Metric Tonnes throughout season of all commodities: Name Of Commodity Average Daily Arrivals
 6.Pope Seed01 

(iv)Maximum daily arrivals in the market: Name of Commodity Maximum Daily Arrivals In The Market
 6.Pope Seed

(v)Minimum daily arrivals in the market: Name of Commodity Minimum Daily Arrivals In The Market
 1.Wheat 30 
 2.Gram 20 
 3.Soyabean 100 
 4.Garlic 50 
 5.Maize 20 
 6.Pope Seed
 7.Urad 20 
 8.Rava 15 
 10.Mathi 20 

(vi)Unit of price quotation: Name of Commodity Unit Of Price Quotation
 6.Pope Seed 

(vii)Standard filling of pack size: Name of Commodity Standard Filling Of Pack Size
 6.Pope Seed80 

Name of Commodity Total Annual Arrivals
Wheat 37355 
Gram 14165 
Soyabean 58735 
Garlic 20895 
Maize 3125 
Pope Seed 245 
Urad 754 
Rava 1295 
Ajwan 400 
Mathi 11950 

Market Functionaries
(i) No. of Licensed Wholesale and Other Functionaries of all categories including Cooperatives: Name Number License Fee Number Of Years
  Whole Saler  345  1000 
  Processors  1000 

(ii) Time at which sale begins in the market 10 A.M. 
(iii) Peak trading hours 10 am to 6 pm 
(iv) Time at which sale ends in the market 6.00 P.M. 
(v) Whether produce is cleaned/graded before sale No 
(vi) Accepted grade in the market yes 
(vii) Farmer level grading in practice No 
(viii) Are there quality disputes? No  
(ix) How are quality disputes settled? eyes justification 

Transactional Methods

(i) System of sale(if different for commodities please clarify) open Aucation 
(ii) System of weighment electronic scale 
(iii) System of payment cash 
(iv) Degree of transparency on method of Sale,Weighment and Payment cash 
(v) Transactional Disputes and Redressal Mechanism  


(i) Modes of transport generally adopted for the market By truck 
(ii) Modes of transport for despatches to various stations By truck 
(iii) Modal Mix% Mode Wise 99% 


(i) Storage facilities available in the market with trade as well as APMCYes  
(ii) Availability of Ripening Chambers if available Number Capacity

Facilities and Services

(i) Information Notice Board/Electric Display Board Yes  
(ii) Public Address System Yes Loudspeker 
(iii) Are the prices displayed on the Notice Board Yes  
(iv) Are the producers able to read the information displayed on The Notice Board Yes  
(v) Availability Of:
- Canteen Yes  
- Restaurant Yes  
- Toilets Yes  
- Internal Roads Yes  
- Parking Yes  
- Fencing Yes  
- Post Office Yes  
- Bank Yes  
- Input/Sundry Shops Yes  
- Fire Extinguishers No  
- Rest house for farmers Yes  
- Drinking Water Yes  
- Electricity Yes  
- Auction Platform Yes  
- Grading and Analysing Laboratory No  
- Mechanical Graders Yes  
- Sieves Yes  
- Garbage Disposal System Yes  
- Sweeping Facilities Yes  
- Information Unit Yes  
- Extension Unit Yes  
- Audio Visual side Yes  
- Market office building Yes  
(vi) Name of Welfare scheme for producers:  

Market Charges

- Commission NIL 
- Market Fee yes 
- Weighment yes 
- Brokerage yes 
- Charity yes 
- Trade Allowance yes 
- Octroi yes 
- Sales Tax yes 
- Other Taxes/Levies yes 
- Other Charges  

Financial Position

Annual Income 800000 
Annual Expenditure 775000 
Surplus/Deficit 25000 
Total Reserves with APMC on 31st March 5000000 
Total Liabilities(loan etc.)with APMC on 31st March 4000000