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6:- ABOUT GGRC

6.1:- Introduction of GGRC:

Government of Gujarat decided to put an integrated scheme such that the provisions
under various schemes are uniform removing all the inequalities and anomalies and the
benefit is extended to more and more farmers.

In view of this, Honorable Chief Minister of Gujarat announced formation of Gujarat


Green Revolution Company Limited (jointly promoted by GSFC, GNFC and GAIC) on
13-01-2005 during closing ceremony of Vibrant Gujarat 2005.This organization will act
as nodal agency and implement uniform scheme for Micro Irrigation System in the state
on behalf on GoG and in this regard GoG issued GR No. PRCH-102005-497-

6.2:- Vision: - To achieve a substantiate natural management regime in agriculture sector in


the State of Gujarat."
6.3:- Mission: - GGRC is aimed to promote Micro Irrigation System (MIS) to the farmers of
Gujarat as an implementing agency on behalf of Government of India (GoI) and Government of
Gujarat (GoG) to bring 2nd Green Revolution in consonance with the Agriculture policy of
Gujarat Vision 2010 so as to save water and energy, besides multiple benefits to improve
Agricultural productivity and farmers prosperity at large."

6.3.1: We Stand By:1. 31 MIS Suppliers are already registered & working and more will be added as per
requirement.
2. New India Assurance Co. Ltd. (NIAC) is undertaking insurance of the system and the
farmers at Nominal rate of insurance premium.
3. M/s. SGS India Pvt. Ltd. and M/s. Infrastructure Services Corporation are designated as
third party inspectors to undertake inspection of each site before the payment is
released to the MIS suppliers on behalf of the farmers.

4. M/s. Gujarat Industrial Research & Development Agency (GIRDA), M/s. Central
Institute of Plastic Engineering & Technology (CIPET) and M/s. Gujarat Engineering
Research Institute (GERI) are designated as technical agencies to ensure BI standards
and quality of the MIS components and certify the production capability of each MIS
supplier once in 6 months.
5. NGOs are appointed to carry out District wise survey for assessing the impact of MIS
on socio economic aspect of the farmers.
6. Services of all 4Agricultural Universities of the State are being taken to conduct audit of
the 3rd party inspection agencies.
7. Agricultural Finance Corporation (AFC) is conducting survey every year to access
impact of MIS on farm economics.
8. In order to meet increasing requirement of manpower to look after the maintenance of
the system, GGRC envisages training program for Tribal Farmer.

6.3.2: Silent feature: - Any farmer can get subsidy of Rs.60,000 per hectare or 50 % of the
MIS cost (derived based on crop spacing) whichever is less for any area & any crop. Tribal
Farmer of tribal area can get additional 25 % subsidy from Tribal Department of GOG.

Government of Gujarat placed the subsidy at the disposal of GGRC. Subsidy is released
by GGRC after scrutinizing the applications directly where as in other States subsidy is
released through government.

GGRC arranges bank finance to farmers, who needs loan. MIS supplier has to render
agronomic and technical support after implementation (after sales service). In other
schemes, farmers have to rely on themselves.

Insurance coverage equivalent to cost of MIS, to farmer for five years for MIS
components and the farmer (as well) except natural death.

Maintenance and repairs of MIS support by the supplier for five years.

Supply of other agro inputs through GSFC depots and continuous farmer services.

Farmer can choose cropping pattern of his choice with a flexibility of MIS.

District-wise NGOs provide socio-economic feedback report on the project.

200 depots of GSFC/GNFC are coordinating between farmers and MIS agencies.

Agricultural Finance Corporation will evaluate the impact of MIS on the farm
economics periodically.

TABLE 6.1: IMPLIMENTATION FOR INSTALLATION OF MIS


Sr. No.

Particulars

Loanee cases

Non-loanee cases

Submission of design and cost

4 days

4 days

Amount, 4 days

5 days

estimation by the supplier and


release of Work Order
2

Tri-party

agreement

(TPA),

collection

of

Mgt.Charge/difference

Submission of Performa invoice


for advance payment
3

Payment

of

advance

By

Bank/GGRC
4

10 Days

4 Days

Installation and trial run of MIS,


Issue

of

insurance

certificate, 15 Days

15 Days

Submission of final bill


5

Payment of Balance amount by


Bank/GGRC
Total

10 Days

4 Days

43 Days

32 Days

TABLE 6.2. Different company work in Gujarat in 2010-11 under GGRC


Sum

of

Area(ha)

MIS System
Mini

Supplier Name

Drip

AMEE

188.34

Sprinkler

Grand
Porous

Rain Gun

Sprinkler

Total

1494.24

1682.58

APROTECH

3.67

3.67

BALSON

384.02

1010.59

7494.97

8889.58

BHUMI

285.98

510.31

5881.31

6677.60

CAPTAIN

218.93

640.10

8264.87

9123.90

DHARA

209.41

125.73

1300.87

1636.01

DUTRON

960.88

960.88

ELEGENT

1719.67

1719.67

4288.45

4402.29

809.83

3203.05

EPC

96.98

12.16

4.70

FINOLEX

2321.27

71.95

HARVEL

1961.90

JAIN

3259.14

JOHN DEERE

360.27

KISAN

727.69

128.01

855.70

KOTHARI

532.06

42.25

574.31

NAGARJUNA

2008.49

17.68

NETAFIM

11987.62

91.61

12079.23

NETWORK

15.46

0.80

16.26

OM

46.61

3.08

842.81

892.50

PARAGON

3725.09

861.27

1349.23

5935.59

PARIXIT

4690.88

560.57

14147.13

19398.58

PREMIER

96.67

1794.84

1891.51

1306.61

1306.61

1961.90
1524.89

8116.08

12900.11
360.27

1091.68

R SONS

3117.85

RENOWN

144.59

212.87

357.46

RUNGTA

1.83

14.42

16.25

SAIRAM

21.64

VANKTESH

32.95

VISHAKHA

330.16

38.39

60.03
1139.29

847.64

1172.24
1177.80

VISHNU
PRIYA

5.03

Grand Total

33653.01

5.03
6487.03

3.67

4.70

62230.05

102378.46

Source: - GGRC on Line Service