The Government of India launched The Pradhan mantri Fasal Bima Yojana Scheme is all about for agriculture insurance india with one nation – One scheme theme. the main motto of the scheme is provide all services benefits to direct farmers.
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Pradhan mantri Fasal Bima Yojana scheme popularized among all the farmers. scheme is all about protect farmers corps from natural calamities. man farmers facing losses during heavy floods, droughts time. PMFBY Scheme provided insurance coverage for all eligible farmers. for this services farmers voluntary enrollment in this scheme during kharif and rabi times. All the major agriculture crops cultivated based on cropping pattern covered insurance scheme.
The PMFBY Scheme operates on the basis of ‘Area Approach’ i.e., Defined Areas for each notified crop for widespread calamities.Under the scheme PMFBY government scheme, all eligible farmers including share croppers and tenant farmers growing the notified crops, natural growth crops in the notified areas are eligible for coverage. It aims at providing cover to farmers incurring loss in crop yield which may occur during sowing or harvesting or post harvesting period. Insurance coverage PMFBY provides a comprehensive insurance cover against failure of the crop thus helping in stabilising the income of the farmers. The Scheme covers all Food & Oilseeds crops and Annual Commercial/Horticultural Crops.
Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) aims at supporting sustainable production in agriculture sector by way of Providing financial support to farmers suffering crop loss/damage arising out of unforeseen events changes will not implect farmers life.
Stabilizing the income of farmers to ensure their continuance in farming and encoruage farming new styles.
To Encouraging farmers to adopt innovative and modern agricultural practices with added techonology
Ensuring flow of credit to the agriculture sector; which will contribute to food security, crop diversification and enhancing growth and competitiveness of agriculture sector besides protecting farmers from production risks.
Documents Required for Applying FBY
For application online required some documents. The non-loanee farmers are required to submit necessary documentary evidences of land records prevailing in the State Records of Right (RoR), Land possession Certificate (LPC) etc.) Applicant must apply authorized documents. in case of sharecroppers/tenant farmers and the same is defined by the respective States in the notification itself. all documents must be issued by state government or central government.
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Coverage of Risks Under Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) Following stages of the crop and risks leading to crop loss are covered under the scheme.
Prevention of Planting Risk: Insured area is prevented from sowing/planting due to deficit rainfall or adverse seasonal conditions.
Standing Crop (Ready season to Harvesting): Comprehensive risk insurance is provided to cover yield losses due to non-preventable risks viz. Drought, dry spells, flood, inundation,pests and diseases, landslides, natural fire and lightening, storm, hailstorm, cyclone,typhoon, tempest, hurricane and tornado.
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Post-Harvest Losses: Coverage is available only up to a maximum period of two weeks from the harvesting for those crops which are allowed to dry in cut and spread condition in the field after harvesting against specific perils of Hailstorm, cyclone, cyclonic rains and unseasonal rains.
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Localized Calamities: Loss/damage resulting from occurrence of identified localized risks of Hailstorm, Landslide, Inundation, Cloud Burst, Natural Fire due to lightening affecting isolated farms in the notified area.
Ajmer: Black Gram (Urad), Cotton (Kapas), Cowpea, Green gram (Moong), Groundnut (Peanut), Guar, Maize, Pearl Millet, Sesame, Sorghum
Ajmer: Barley(jau), Cumin(Jeera),Gram, Mustard, Taramira, Wheat [ Rabi Season ]
Banswara: Black Gram (Urad), Cotton (Kapas), Maize, Paddy, Pigeon Pea, Soybean
Barmer: Green gram (Moong), Groundnut (Peanut), Guar, Moth Bean, Pearl millet, Sesame, Sorghum
Bikaner: Barley(jau), Cumin(Jeera), Isabgul, Methi, Mustard, Wheat ( Rabi Season )
Bharatpur: Cotton, Guar, Paddy, Pearl millet, Sesame, Sorghum
Chittorgarh: Barley(jau),Coriander, Gram, Isabgul, Methi, Mustard, Wheat
Jalor: Green gram (Moong), Groundnut (Peanut), Guar, Moth Bean, Pearl millet, Sesame, Sorghum
Jalore: Cumin(Jeera),Gram, Isabgul, Mustard, Taramira, Wheat ( Rabi Season )
Jhunjhunu: Cotton, Cowpea, Green Gram, Groundnut, Guar, Moth Bean, Pearl Millet
Karauli: Guar, Paddy, Pearl millet, Sesame
Kota: Black Gram, Maize, Paddy, Sesame, Sorghum, Soybean
Kota: Coriander, Gram, Methi, Mustard, Wheat ( Rabi )
Sawai Madhopur: Coriander, Gram, Masoor, Mustard, Wheat
Nagaur: Cotton, Cowpea, Green Gram, Groundnut, Guar, Moth Bean, Pearl millet, Sesame, Sorghum
Sawai Madhopur: Black Gram, Groundnut, Guar, Paddy, Pearl millet, Sesame, Soybean
Sirohi: Cumin(Jeera),Gram, Mustard, Wheat
Udaipur: Black Gram, Groundnut, Guar, Maize, Paddy, Sorghum, Soybean
The following are the crops notified in respective districts of Telengana for Kharif Season;
Jagtial: Rice, Green Gram (Moong), Maize (Makka) , Pigeon Pea (Red Gram/Arhar/Tur), Soybean (Bhat) , Turmeric.
Jangaon:- Rice, Green Gram (Moong), Maize (Makka) , Pigeon Pea (Red Gram/Arhar/Tur).
Karimnagar:- Rice, Maize (Makka)
Peddapalli:- Rice, Maize (Makka)
Rajanna Siricilla: Rice, Maize (Makka)
Jangaon:- Cotton ( Kapas), Red chilli,
Peddapalli:- Cotton ( Kapas),
Karimnagar:- Rice, Maize (Makka),
Jagtial: Cotton ( Kapas), Red chilli,
Rajanna Siricilla: Cotton ( Kapas).
Fruit Crops Covered under Scheme
Bid :- Orange, Pomegranate, Mosambi, Sapota
Buldana:- Orange, Pomegranate, Mosambi, Guava
Jalna :- Mosambi, Pomegranate, Guava, Mosambi (sweet lime).
Nagpur:- Orange, Mosambi
Pune:- Pomegranate, Guava, Sapota.
Sangli:- Pomegranate, Guava.
Wardha:- Mosambi, Orange
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The farmers must enroll or insure the crop in Kharif or Rabi season by paying premium in banks or through common service Centre.
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