Sarthak Krishi Yojana

October 1, 2015

What India can do differently in agriculture

A griculture will surely be of great importance in the coming years. It is crucial to appreciate this reality. Although agricultural growth has been excellent since 2000, over the past two years, it has slowed. Back-to-back below-average monsoons during the past two years have strongly affected the Indian economy.
November 13, 2015

Intelligent Farming

13th November 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

Farming and agriculture are crying out for business model innovation. India is not short of good farmers, funds, schemes or experts and, in a sense, has too much of these valuable resources;
December 10, 2015

Shed apathy, embrace innovation

10th December 2015, BUSINESS STANDARD

Huge gains can be made by giving agriculture disproportionate priority, even more than GST India has more than 140 million farm holdings, of which 20 million account for 80 per cent of the area.
January 14, 2016

Farm vision statement

14th January 2016, INDIAN EXPRESS

We need a national framework to address agricultural problems. The government must decide that it must do brilliantly with regard to farming. India lacks a focused managerial framework to usher in the transformation that agriculture requires.