PM Imran Khan has said that govt is taking help from the private sector to facilitate the farming community and carry out experiments to boost agriculture.
Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing a kisan card registration Punjab Pakistan, kisan card distribution ceremony in Multan on 26 april 2021, Imran Khan said that Agriculture sector is being linked to China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project to facilitate farming community
Imran Khan said that the govt historic initiative of Kisan Card will transform the agriculture sector in Pakistan, adding that through this card, the farmers will get subsidized fertilizers, seeds and pesticides besides loans and compensation for damaged crops in case of any natural calamity.
PM said that the Kisan Card scheme will bring about a revolution in the country by making the life of farmers easy through use of technology, enhancing agricultural production and saving foreign exchange.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said the PTI government has been working on various programmers for agricultural development in the country. ‘A 300 billion transformation plan has already been announced for the purpose.’ Said the Prime Minister, adding that; ‘two major dams, small dams are also being constructed to ensure better water supply for crops.’
PM IMRAN KHAN said the seed research institutions are being revamped, and efforts are underway for local production of pulses, edible oil and soybean.
Moreover, he said that, ‘farmers will be trained to increase the agricultural production. 40 billion rupees have been allocated to increase production of milk in the country.’
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1. Kissan Call Centre Registration
Farmers can call up Kissan Call Center (KCC) through a toll free phone number 1800-180-1551. Registration of the farmers is done by Kisan Call Centre Agent at the Kisan Call Centre who records personal details of the farmer in the Kisan Knowledge Management System (KKMS).
Farmer is then asked to opt for his mode of receiving information/advice i.e. Text message (SMS) or Voice message .
Preferred language options are then entered. Hindi and English option are given all over India while Regional Language in Roman Script is State specific. Regional Language written in Roman Script is given for handsets not supporting Regional Language fonts (e.g.Kisan Ko salah di jati hai).
Up to 8 options of Crop/Activity can be given by the farmer so that he/she does not receive unnecessary messages for crops/practices he is not interested in. Immediately on registration, farmer will receive a welcome SMS message.
2. Web Registration
A farmer having internet access can register through the portal or go to the nearest Common Service Center (CSC) to register with the help of a Village Level Entrepreneur (VLE). A onetime fee of Rs. 3 per registration will be charged by the VLE. Link for web registration is http://mkisan.gov.in/wbreg.aspx
Following fields are mandatory in personal details:
- Mobile Number
The farmer is also expected to enter preference for mode of communication and also preference for Language, crop/activities. After pressing ‘Register’ button, a verification code will be sent to farmer’s mobile which needs to be entered on the web-page to complete the registration process.
3. Registration through SMS
Farmers can also register by sending an SMS on 51969 or 7738299899.
Procedure and format for registration are as under:-
- Format for typing in the message text box is “KISAAN REG < NAME > , <STATE NAME >, <DISTRICT NAME>, and <BLOCK NAME>” (only first 3 letters of State, District & Block Names are needed)
- After typing the message send it to 51969 or 7738299899.
Farmer will be charged for this SMS. There will however be no charge for subsequent SMSs received from experts & officers. Please note that commas (,) are necessary.
4. Collection of farmers details for mKisan Portal by Extension Workers
All Block Technology Managers, Assistant Technology Managers and all other extension functionaries at District / Block level need to collect data of farmers for mKisan Portal during their field visits and enter or get the same entered in the database. Number of new farmers registered by an extension functionary will be linked to mobile number of such a person. Performance on this account also will be considered for regularization or extension of BTMs and ATMs. Considering significance of this data in extension services, the State Governments are being requested to keep this aspect in mind during annual performance appraisal of all other staff.
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