Rajasthan Government to Launch Integrated E-Platform Initiative for Farmers
Rajasthan Government, led by Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma, announces plans to launch an integrated e-platform for farmers. This initiative aims to streamline agricultural processes and provide comprehensive support.
In a bid to empower farmers and modernize the agricultural sector, the Rajasthan government has announced the development of a comprehensive online platform. Under the visionary leadership of Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma, this integrated e-platform, currently in its planning stages, aims to consolidate information and services related to agriculture, marketing, animal husbandry, dairy, and horticulture under one user-friendly interface.
The Chief Minister expressed his dedication to creating a user-friendly online platform that consolidates all aspects of agriculture, providing farmers with a one-stop solution. Farmers like Ajay Meena from Shivdaspura anticipate substantial benefits, emphasizing the convenience of having all agricultural-related information accessible in a single location.
An official from the agriculture department revealed that the entire process will be conducted online. The platform will automate processes from application submission to document verification, approvals, and payments, expediting services and ensuring transparency. The platform will provide crop management and advisory systems based on individual farms' agro-climatic conditions with customized recommendations. Moreover, this e-platform will also provide intelligent insights, where a GIS-based crop identification and estimation system will offer valuable data on crop area, production, and potential damage, aiding informed decision-making.
According to the agriculture department, it is also said that this digitization is expected to expedite tasks, enhance efficiency, and ensure transparency in the overall process. Furthermore, the data bank of farmers registered on the existing Raj Kisan portal will be seamlessly integrated with national platforms such as Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman and Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima. This integration will provide an overview of farmers' details, including land ownership, soil health, crop rotation, and grants obtained through various schemes.
To enhance farmer outreach, the integrated e-platform will feature artificial intelligence-based chatbot systems. These chatbots will serve as virtual assistants, addressing queries and providing valuable information to farmers promptly.
The official highlighted the success of the Raj Kisan Suvidha portal, emphasizing the transformation to a paperless application process. This shift not only simplifies the application procedure but also allows farmers to save time and resources.
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