Mera Gaon Mera Gaurav (MGMG)

An innovative initiative Mera Gaon Mera Gaurav (MGMG) programme is a farm-centric mission translating knowledge at farmer’s doorstep so as to address his farm-oriented problems in a holistic manner to accomplish livelihood security. Cutting across all disciplines, farm problems are diagnosed and effective solutions are delivered and showcased in farmer’s field. Synergistic interaction among stakeholders operational in the village could be interlinked to solve farmers’ issue by the scientist concerned. MGMG activities have been initiated during October 2015 at the DRMR. The five teams were developed, adopted the villages and performing various activities on regular basis.
The objectives of MG-MG are as follows:
  • To promote the direct interface of scientists with the farmers to hasten the lab to land process.
  • To ensure that farmers benefit from best farm practices by providing required information, knowledge and advisories on regular basis by adopting villages
  • To create awareness among farmers about the organisations and their programmes and schemes as well as government policies related to the farming sector.
  • To imbibe a sense of ownership among the agricultural scientists of the country.
  • MGMG-2017-Activities
     

    Field day at adopted village Sinpani

    | 14-02-2017
    One field day under MGMG scheme was organized at Sinpani village of  of Bharatpur district to demonstrate yield potential of latest released varieties. Farmers appreciated performance of mustard varieties DRMRIJ 31 and RH 749. About more than 60 farm men/women and youths participated in the field day.  Dr. Dr. P. K. Rai, Director (Acting)  addressed to farmers, Dr P. D. Meena, Dr Vinod Kumar, Dr. H. S. meena and Sh H.P. Meena from DRMR participated in the field day.
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    Field day at adopted village Kharaira | 16-02-2017
    One field day under MGMG scheme was organized at Kharaira village of Roopbas Tehsil of Bharatpur district to demonstrate yield potential of latest released varieties. Farmers appreciated performance of mustard varieties DRMRIJ 31 and RH 749. About more than 40 farm men/women and youths participated in the field day.  Dr V V Singh, Dr R S Jat and Sh M.L Meena from DRMR participated in the field day.