ODOP Scheme: The purpose of the government is to help the agricultural products of the central government to bring this scheme. The government selected such products being manufactured in MSMEs, which have better potential.
One District One Product Scheme: Gulab in Ajmer, Pomegranate in Barmer, Groundnut in Churu… 33 products focused industries will be set up in 33 districts of Rajasthan. The list of products of 33 districts has been approved by the Central Government’s scheme ‘One District, One Product’ Rajasthan. Now the industries, food processing units related to the selected products of these 33 districts will be able to get the benefit of this scheme.Also Read: Lic aadhar stambh policy deposit Rs 916 per month and get 4 lakh after maturity
In order to encourage their best products in 700 districts of the country, the Central Government has started the One District One Product Scheme. In this scheme, work has to be done with all the states. Under this scheme, traditional industries of every district of the state are encouraged. Also, units manufacturing products are given assistance for capital investment.Also Read: Aadhaar Card: Address will not be updated in Aadhaar without address proof, UIDAI has closed this facility
Selecting products with good potential
The Central Government had asked the Rajasthan government for one district one product scheme. After this, the Rajasthan government had selected the products of the districts and sent them to the center. In the beginning of the year 2020 itself, the Rajasthan government had prepared a list of products with the specialty of each district division wise and sent it to the central government. The government selected such products being manufactured in MSMEs, which have better potential and can be brought on a bigger platform.Also Read: What is loan NOC and why is it important to collect it from your Lender and bank
What is the purpose of this scheme?
In fact, the purpose of the government is to help the agricultural products of the central government to bring this scheme. Apart from this, there are other benefits as well. In fact, the Department of Commerce is trying to create a cluster under Agricultural Exports. The Ministry of Agriculture is also working on the same lines. Its objectives are:
- Helping and promoting agricultural products.
- Minimizing losses with their processing.
- Arrange for proper assay and storage.
- Product and Processed Products Marketing.
- To assist in capital investment in the MSMEs associated with the products.
See below the list of 33 products from 33 districts
- Alwar – Onion
- Ajmer – Rose
- Banswara – Mango
- Baran – Garlic
- Barmer – Pomegranate
- Jaipur – Tomato
- Jalore – Isabgol
- Jaisalmer – Nutritious xerophytic fruits Carr, Sangri
- Jhalawar – Orange
- Jhunjhunu – Fruit based product, Lemon
- Bharatpur – Mustard based industry
- Bhilwara – Maize based product
- Bikaner – Moth (Bhujia, Namkeen, Papad)
- Boondi – Rice based products – Poha, Murmura
- Chittorgarh – Jaggery
- Churu – Groundnut Product
- Kota – Coriander
- Nagaur – Fenugreek
- poly-milk products
- Pratapgarh – Garlic
- Dausa – Wheat (Cereal based products – Oatmeal, Barley, Bajra), Tomato
- Dholpur – Potato Based Products – Chips
- Dungarpur – Mango
- Hanumangarh – Wheat Grain Based Products – Noodles, Pasta
- Jodhpur – Cumin – (Cleaning, Grading, Classifying, Packing, Roasting, Cumin based drink)
- Karauli – Sesame (cleaning, grading, classification, packing, roasting, gajak)
- Rajsamand – Fruit based products – Amla, Jamun, Sitaphal, Miscellaneous forest products
- Sawai Madhopur – Guava
- Sikar – Onion
- Sirohi – fennel
- Sri Ganganagar – Kinnu
- Tonk – Mustard based product
- Udaipur – Miscellaneous forest produce, Amla, Sitaphal, Jamun