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Agriculture Ministry e-NAM Platform new features details



Agriculture Ministry Added New Features in e-NAM Platform- Details, Features, Purpose

The agriculture ministry has initiated an addition of six new features in the National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) platform in order to enhance its user experiences and to make it more users friendly. 

Minister of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, Radha Mohan Singh along with Minister of State (MoS) Gajendra Singh Shekhawat unveiled the six new features in the e-Nam platform on 21st February 2018 at an event in New Delhi.

National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) Platform strengthened with six new features includes:

MIS Dashboard: It is based on Business intelligence will provide better analysis of each Mandi in terms of arrival and trade. 

BHIM Payment Facility: It will facilitate direct online payment to farmers through RTGS/NEFT, Debit Card and Internet Banking.

Integration of Farmer’s Database: The e-NAM has been integrated with Central Farmer Database so that the registration process becomes easier and Identification of farmers can be done easily on arrival at the Mandi Gate which will increase the efficiency and reduce queue time.

Grievance Redressal Management System for Mandi Secretaries: It will help Mandi Secretary to raise technology issues related to portal/ software and its operation and also track the status of redressal of their query online.

New and Enhanced Website with e-Learning Module: A new website has been developed with improved and more informative features like the live status of markets of e-NAM based on gate entry, the latest information on events, dynamic training calendar etc.

Mobile App: It is being modified in multi-dimension so that the entire operation for farmers and traders can be user-friendly such as gate entry and payment through mobile etc

The Mobile App & Website has been made multilingual. It is now available in Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Odia besides Hindi and English, while the e-NAM trading facility is available in six languages only.

The e-NAM was launched in 2016 with an aim to provide competitive and remunerative price to farmers for their products through an online competitive bidding process. At present, 479 Mandis across 14 states and 01 union territory are covered under it.


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