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The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) is an autonomous body responsible for co-ordinating agricultural education and research in India. It reports to the Department of Agricultural Research and Education, Ministry of Agriculture. The Union Minister of Agriculture serves as its president. It is the largest network of agricultural research and education institutes in the world.
The areas along the vast coastline of India have diversified conditions related to soil, rainfall, water resource, agricultural, horticultural and forest crops, fisheries etc. The area is rich in diversified natural resources but the people are some of poorest in the country.
National Project on Organic Farming (NPOF) is a continuing central sector scheme since 10th Five Year Plan. Planning Commission approved the scheme as PILOT project for the remaining two and half years of 10th plan period with effect from 01.10.2004 with an outlay of Rs. 57.04 crore. The scheme...read more
Agriculture Census forms part of a broader system of collection of Agricultural Statistics. It is a large-scale statistical operation for the collection and derivation of quantitative information about the structure of agriculture in the country. An agricultural operational holding is the...read more
Portal of the Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India.read more
"AgriCat" is a Union Catalogue of the holdings of 12 major libraries (IARI, IVRI, UAS, GBPUAT, CCSHAU, ANGRAU, NDRI, CIFE, CSKHPKV, MPKV, TanuVAS, ICAR HQ-DKMA) of the ICAR Institutes and SAUs combined together....read more
Krishikosh - is a digital repository of accumulated knowledge in agriculture and allied sciences, having collection of old and valuable books, old journals, thesis, research articles, popular articles, monographs, catalogues, conference proceedings, success stories, case studies, annual reports...read more
The DAC&FW is organized into 27 Divisions and has five attached offices and twenty-one subordinate offices which are spread across the country for coordination with state level agencies and implementation of Central Sector Schemes in their respective fields.
Further, one Public Sector Undertakings,nine autonomous bodies, ten nationallevel cooperative organizations and two authorities are functioning under the administrative control of the Department.