Hyderabad: One step further to launch the Sagagu-Bagu project, which will bring about agricultural change in Telagana, the regional government has issued a statement of interest (EI) to select PIPs that will build and embrace co-construction. Solutions from multiple start-ups and technology-focused organizations, to establish value verification and to accelerate the adoption and use of aggregate solutions.
Accepting the farmers’ initial presentation, the regional government and the World Economic Forum (WEF) proposed joint ventures with startups, agro-industrial enterprises (FPOs), industries, academia and civil society with new age technologies from end to end. Under project.
The deadline for submissions is September 30, and the regional government will hold a virtual pre-bidding conference on September 7 for interested stakeholders.
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A new revolution in agriculture has already begun with the adoption of new technologies in the sector. In this project, Telana will lead the revolution in our country to improve the lives of farmers, ”said Minister of Agriculture S. Niranjan Reddy on Saturday.
The Sagagu-Bagu project is the first of its kind in Agritech in India to launch innovation in agriculture and horticulture. It aims to increase value by incorporating new core technologies into agriculture. This could increase the livelihoods of more than 65 percent of the Indian population. The goal is to increase farmers’ income, save the environment and increase trust and transparency.
IT and Industry Minister Katie Rama Rao, for her part, said: “Telagana is leading by example.
A multi-stakeholder working group of more than 70 organizations, including more than 40 Indian startups, the Telagan Government and WEF have listed 30 priority solutions using new technologies such as II, IOT, Remote Surveillance and Blockchain to address problems and affect farmers’ lives. With 1,000 farmers in one village and 100 sets of farmers, the EI’s first boundary was for the Caffeine season, with selected crops such as cotton, chili and thermik for the Caffeine season and almonds, Bengal gram for the rabbit season. Any proposal made by the EEEI is required to have at least 5 different usage issues in each given agri value chain. The government provides active support to selected PIPs on a proprietary and non-proprietary basis, and within a PPC framework.
Within the framework of this Public Private Partnership (PCC) framework, the government and a number of government agencies are providing a unique platform for innovation, as well as access to government information, infrastructure, and human resources. It also aims to align with ground-based programs and policies, promote technology adoption to field workers and their awareness-raising activities, provide knowledge from the University of Agricultural Economics and further consultations to protect the interests of vulnerable stakeholders.
Interested parties can find more details on the website – https://www.tsts.telangana.gov.in/tenders/1000/pdf/download
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