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What’s changed at Suryapet after eNAM Read More

eNAM reports first inter-State saleRead More

MD, SFAC launches new improved user friendly website of eNam on 5th November 2018

eNAM proves boon for turmeric producers in drought-hit region Click Here

 Additional Payment Gateway "PAY2CORP" – Now Live on e-NAM: – This payment gateway would facilitate traders to make online payment through Corporate Internet Banking of SBI.....Read More

E-auctions to break cartels in APMC Click Here

Important Information to Mandis regarding farmer Registeration on eNam Platform.....Read More

As per the direction from Agriculture Ministry, Data Entry Form has been introduced in Application (Entry/Exit>>Transactions>>Non eNam Trade Entry) for Recording of Non eNam Trade at Mandi. Mandis are requested to enter their non eNam trade on Day to Day Basis for Next 3 months Starting Dec 1,2018.

Maharashtra’s move to denotify all products from APMC Act purview, the right step Read More

Govt of Rajasthan notifies conversion of all existing traders licenses of e-NAM Mandis to unified license Read More

Distribution of Smart Phones to 28 Lakh farmers in Jharkhand to enable smooth eNAM usage.Click Here

ICICI Bank's Special Current Account Facility for eNam Traders - zero balance and no charges for basic banking - Valid till 31st Dec 2018....Read More

Duggirala mandi: What has changed after eNAM (Published on August 19, 2018)Click Here

Slowly but steadily, the eNAM platform is taking root (Published on August 19, 2018)Click Here

Netherland delegation appreciates e-nam systems (Published on July 29, 2018) Click Here

MP : 0.5% Rebate on Mandi Fee for the traders, participating in e-trade through e-NAM with effect 06 oct 2018

Haryana State e-NAM Review & FPO’s Onboarding Meeting on e-NAM held on 29th May'2018 - Khand Bhavan, Gandhinagar chaired by MD SFAC and Gujarat Agriculture Secretary.

 HPSAMB – An undertaking being taken from the licensed commission agents for ensuring 25% of the total trade to be undertaken through e-NAM platform on real time basis before the renewal of license for the year 2018-19

PM Launches agro e-trading platform e-NAM.

A meeting was held on August 28, 2018 in Chandigarh at conference hall of Haryana Niwas, Sector 3B, Chandigarh chaired by MD SFAC and Principal Secretary Agriculture, Government of Haryana.

Hon'ble CM of Maharashtra reviews progress of eNAM in the State along with Hon'ble Minister, cooperation and Marketing, MD SFAC and senior officers of Government of Maharashtra at Mumbai

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Process Related Improvement

HIGHEST COMMODITY ARRIVALS OF INDIA (NIZAMABAD MANDI)

The Agricultural Market Committee, Nizamabad came into existence under Hyderabad Market Act on 29-01-1938. As per the A.P. Markets Rule 1966, the Notified area of Agricultural Market Committee, Nizamabad comprises on the following (06) mandals, notified market area is 20 km radius around the Agril. Market Committee, Nizamabad. It has 68.00 Acres of land where all the required amenities are provided for the use of stakeholders i.e., Farmers, Commission Agents, Traders, and other market functionaries.

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Crop Arrivals: Major commodities notified by the Market committee are Paddy, Maize, Turmeric, Soyabean, Onion, Pulses, Oil Seeds, Amchur & Others.

Implementation of eNAM: For the start of eNAM, awareness and farmer orientation programmes were organized at all administrative levels. Widespread publicity was given through conduct of meetings, gram sabhas, distribution of pamphlets and information brochures, audio-visual aids and through print, electronic media.

Teams of officers drawn from agriculture, marketing and revenue were formed at all functional levels with the active involvement of public representatives. Three district level, six divisional level, and 30 Tahsil level training programs were organized for farmers on the availability of facility at the market yard.

District administration has taken up several brains storming interactive sessions with stakeholders of the market yard. During these sessions concerns raised by the stakeholders have been listed out and a three-phased action plan involving several reforms was evolved. While making surprise visits to the market and interacting with farmers, traders and officials.

A NEVER BEFORE TRADE EXPERIENCE

MuskuVidyasagar, Resident of the velkatoor village, Balkonda Mandal, Aged 45 years old. He owns Seven (7) acres of land and is having 20 years of experience in agriculture and agriculture marketing. He cultivates Paddy, Maize, and Soybean crops

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Sri. Vidyasagar has been a seller in the market yard Nizamabad for last 15 years and all through, he was made to perform sale activity through Commission Agents. He has been a witness to open manual auction, Electronic, eNAM, and e NAM (Direct Purchase) modes of selling in the market yard. He witnessed weighment of produce on beam scales to automatic electronic weighing machines.

Further, as he narrated that “he never had access to prices of commodities of other markets” and he used to stay back in the market yard for two to three days till completion weighment and wait 20 to 30 days for receiving his payment as there was total lack of transparency in price realization and deductions made by commission agents.

It was understandable that he was made to sell his produce at the rate offered by the local purchaser, never offered clarity on deductions made and the purchasers have been offering lower rates showing the reason of the presence of high moisture content in the Agriculture produce brought by him.

Vidyasagar sold 26.16 quintals of soya white in eNAM (Direct Purchase center) saved an amount of Rs.1427.00 through additional commission and Rs.1501.00 by way of reduced hamali charges. On a quantity of 26.16 quintals, he received a benefit of an amount of Rs.2929.00 in a single transaction of produce worth Rs 70,000.00(approx). Thus, by selling away his 270 quintals of Soya Vidyasagar has become richer by more than Rs 30,000.00 off his agri produce in 2016, which otherwise would have gone to fill coffers of Commission agents. Further, he received the payment for the produce within 24 hours of selling through online transaction.

Vidyasagar expressed his happiness and gratitude in delightfully stating that “it was a never before market experience walking away home with more money than the expected in a hassle free transaction on the same day of selling, which I never even dared to dream of. He further expressed that he realized the importance of producing quality produce and adopting better post-harvest practices for discovering higher price per produce. Thanks to eNAM and District administration”.

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