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Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana (PMKSY)

Financial Assistance provided by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India under Pradhan Mantri Kisan SAMPADA Yojana

The government of India has approved the continuation of the Central Sector Scheme – Pradhan Mantri Kisan SAMPADA Yojana with an allocation of Rs. 4,600 crore for the period 2021-22 to 2025-26 coterminous with the 15th Finance Commission cycle. The scheme will be implemented by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI).

PMKSY is expected to leverage investment of Rs.11,095.93 crore, benefiting approximately 28,49,945 farmers and generate 5,44,432 direct/ indirect employment in the country by the financial year 2025-2026.

The PMKSY had seven component schemes viz;

The main objective of the scheme is to develop modern infrastructure facilities for the food processing and modernize the value chain from the farm to the market. The scheme supports creation of processing infrastructure near the farm, transportation, logistics and centralized processing centers.

The scheme aims to increase enhanced realization for farmers, Read More

The scheme was introduced to enhance the infrastructure for Cold Chain Logistics, Preservation and value addition facilities so that there will not be any break from the farm gate to the consumer in order to reduce post-harvest losses of horticulture and non-horticulture agri-produce. This will enable linking groups of producers to processors and market through a well-equipped supply chain and cold chain, thereby ensuring remunerative prices to farmers and year-round availability of food products to consumers. Read More

The Ministry of Food Processing Industries has introduced this scheme with an objective to create Food processing and preservation infrastructure in order to reduce food wastage, increase value addition and also enhance farmers’ income. Read More

The Agro Processing Cluster scheme is introduced by Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI). The scheme aims for development of modern infrastructure and to encourage entrepreneurs to set up food processing units based on cluster approach. So that these clusters will help in reducing the wastage of the surplus produce and add value to the horticultural / agricultural produce. Which inturn will result in increase of income of the farmers and create employment at the local level. Read More

The supply chain logistics of India are not upto the global standards. In order to plug the gaps and improve the supply chain, MoFPI has introduced this scheme to develop the backward and forward integration for processed food industry in terms of availability of raw material and linkages with the market. Read More

This scheme provides financial assistance for setting up food testing laboratories in India. Testing of Food is very essential for consumer and public safety. Food testing and certification ensures that the Food Items comply with the domestic standards as well as international standards in case of exports. There is also a need for testing of all imported food products to ensure that they are of the requisite standard and food products not permitted for manufacture domestically are not allowed to come in from foreign markets. The level of contaminants, additives, and pesticide residues in food items is required to be monitored regularly Read More

Govt. of India has introduced the scheme in April 2020 for large scale electronics manufacturers in India. By November, 2020 the scheme was extended to following Sectors. On 02.05.2021 the Govt. has extended the scheme to Food processing Industry to encourage Food processing businesses in India. The implementation of the scheme will be in 2021-22 to 2026-27 period with an outlay of Rs. 10,900 crore. The scheme is being implemented by Ministry of Food Processing Industries Read More


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