[पंजीकरण] भावांतर भरपाई योजना हरियाणा|Bhavantar Bharpai Yojana Haryana 2020 Full Details: This is a Bhavantar scheme is a unique scheme from the Govt of Haryana for the horticultural growers to compensate the government for the low price of their produce in Mandi. This is scheme objective is Reducing the risk of farmers by preservation price during the low price of vegetables and fruits in the market. also Encouraging farmers to diversify into agriculture.
Features of Bhavantar Bharpai Yojana
There are 5 features of this Bhavantar Yojana, Check it below-
- Risk-free to vegetable tenants.
- The income of Rs 48000 to Rs 56000 per acre on the 4 crops under.
- Website on selling prices within the period specified in Mandi vegetable (www.hsamb.gov.in) on BBY offset by the difference of government prices ranging from registered farmers protect value through e-portal.
- Saving prices for all the vegetables like onion, tomato, potato and cauliflower) under the scheme.
- Eligible to avail the benefit of this scheme from landowner, tenant or tenant on rent.
Time Table of Sowing and Harvesting
Online Registration, Verification and appeal details
In First Phase Crops included under the scheme, Protected price and fixed production
- Four crops: Tomato, Onion, Potato and Cauliflower.
- Preserved value and fixed production of identified crops.
|Number||Crop name||Protected Price (Rs per quintal)||Fixed production (quintal per acre)|
Bhavantar Required Documents
- One of the following identity cards of the farmer:
- Aadhar Card
- Driving license
- Election id
- Passport size photo.
- Bank account details.
- Copy of the first page of bank passbook.
- Description of the seeded crop.
Name of the scheme Name of the
Khasra and fort number of acres
Farmer’s class (landowner, tenant and tenant or joint)
Verification of registered farmers
- The farmers registered under this scheme will be verified by the Revenue Officer with the help of the employees of the Horticulture Department.
- The seeded area information about each crop given on the portal by farmers will be approved and verified by the Revenue Officer with the help of the employees.
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How to Avail the Scheme
- The producer has to ensure his registration on the e-portal during the stipulated period, otherwise, he will not be eligible for the incentive amount under this scheme.
- The producer has to ensure the sale of his produce in the mandis of Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board during the stipulated sales period.
- Under this scheme, it will be mandatory for the producer to take “J” form on selling his product to get the incentive amount.
Bhavantar Bharpai Yojana Registration Process
- In order to avail benefits under this scheme, it is mandatory for the farmer to register on the Marketing Board website through the Horticultural Exposure (BBY) e-portal during the sowing period.
- Horticulture Department. will give the Field certification of registered farmers.
- Provision for filing an appeal by the farmer if he is dissatisfied with the certified area.
- Manufacturer’s free registration.
- Registration will be open only during the scheduled period.
- Registration facility will be available at Sarva Seva Kendra / e-Disha Kendra / Marketing Board / Horticulture Department / Agriculture Department and Internet Kiosk.
- Determination of registration, verification, appeal and sale period:
- Registration will be valid only in the period shown in the table below.
- The verification and appeal will be in the period indicated in the table below.
- Incentives valid during the sales period shown in the table below.
|Number||Crop name||Registration period||Verification period||Appeal period against verification etc.||Sale period|
|date started||Closing date||till||till||During|
|1.||potato||15 September||31 October||30 November||15 December||1 December – 31 March|
|2.||onion||15 December||15 February||15 March||25 March||April 1st – May 31st|
|3.||tomatoes||15 December||15 February||15 March||25 March||1 April – 15 June|
|4.||Cauliflower||15 September||31 October||30 November||15 December||1 December – 31 March|
|5.||Kinnu||1 September||30 November||15 December||31 December||1 December – 28 February|
|6.||carrot||October 1||30-November||15-December||31 December||1 December – 28 February|
|7.||peas||1 October||30 November||15 December||31 December||1 December – 28 February|