“A structure will be presented before you. This programme will be connected to the country’s IITs, IIMs, central universities and NITs. Wherever there are youth, they will be linked through ‘live connectivity.”
EVERY STATE IN INDIA SHOULD MAKE A PRACTICE OF STORING SEEDS THIS WILL IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF SEEDS .
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault (Norwegian: Svalbard globale frøhvelv) is a secure seed bank on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen near Longyearbyen in the remote Arctic Svalbard archipelago, about 1,300 kilometres (810 mi) from the North Pole. Conservationist Cary Fowler, in association with the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), started the vault to preserve a wide variety of plant seeds that are duplicate samples, or “spare” copies, of seeds held in gene banks worldwide. The seed vault is an attempt to insure against the loss of seeds in other genebanks during large-scale regional or global crises. The seed vault is managed under terms spelled out in a tripartite agreement between the Norwegian government, the Global Crop Diversity Trust (GCDT) and the Nordic Genetic Resource Center (NordGen).
The Norwegian government entirely funded the vault’s approximately NOK 45 million (US$9 million) construction. Storing seeds in the vault is free to end users, with Norway and the Global Crop Diversity Trust paying for operational costs. Primary funding for the Trust comes from such organisations as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and from various governments worldwide.
The Panchayati Raj has a three-tier structure in the state. The atomic unit is called a Gram Panchayat, which is thePanchayat organization for a collection of villages. The block-level organizations are called Panchayat Samiti, and the district-level organizations are named Zilla Parishad.
- The State has six Agro-Ciimatic zones, producing a wide variety of crops, fruits and vegetables
- Highest producer of vegetables in the country
- Leader in producing pineapples
- Occupies second or third position consistently in fruits production
- Bengal is home to exotic varieties of Flowers, Orchids and Cacti
- Stress upon crop diversification, preservation of produce and opening up of marketing avenues
- Kisan Mandis being set up in all 341 blocks of the State
- Cold storage and food processing facilities have been planned th rough PPP mode
NOW BY IMPROVING FEW THINGS MAKES A LOT OF DIFFERENCE IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
WEST BENGAL LIKE ANY OTHER STATE IN INDIA IS BASED ON GRAM PANCHAYAT PANCHAYAT SAMITI ZILLA PANCHAYAT .
NOW WEST BENGAL NEEDS A EDUCATION SYSTEM LIKE GURU -G FOR FARMERS WHERE THROUGH VARIOUS INDIAN RECIPES (OR FLOWERS OR ANY OTHER AGRICULTURE PRODUCT)
https://www.google.co.in/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=MFaZVq_2L4eM8Qe2joLoDg#q=indian+vegetarian+recipes THEY CAN MAKE FARMERS TO DIVERSIFY THEIR CROPS . SO PEOPLE UNDER GRAM PANCHAYAT PANCHAYAT SAMITI ZILLA PANCHAYAT IF THEIR SKILLS ARE IMPROVED THEN WEST BENGAL CAN ALSO BECOME ONE OF THE HUBS OF HORTICULTURE LIKE HOLLAND .(http://hollandfoodpartner.com/horticulture/)
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