Types of Revolution

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Types of revolution; * Green Revolution – Wheat and rice, It is the term given to the introduction of high-yielding varieties of seeds and the increased use of fertilizers and irrigation which provided the increase in production needed to make India self-sufficient in food grains, thus improving agriculture in India. It was brought to India by the initiative of Indian government. Genetically modified high-yielding wheat was first introduced to India in 1960 by Dr. Norman Borlaug It is also rightly credited to M. S. Swami Nathan and his team who contributed towards the success of green revolution in India * White Revolution – Milk, Operation Flood was a rural development programme started by India 's National Dairy Development…show more content…
MANAGEMENT OF THE SHGs * SHG elect a member as a chairman and Secretary of the group for a period of one year. * The chairman acts as the representative of the groups and chairs group meeting while the secretary maintain records * Every decision of the group must be shares consulted and agreed by everyone * The group frames rules and regulations * The group must open an account with a bank * They must meet at least once a month * Maintenance of records. The following books are maintained by SHG * Register of Minutes * Register of accounts (Cash Book/ ledger/ vouchers/ receipts etc) * Admission register * Attendance register * SHGs will close the annual account on the 31st march every year and the secretary will present the annual reports related to savings loans activities etc. INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES AND LOAN SYSTEM * SHGs must save for at least 6 months before they can be linked to a bank credit or provide loans to its members * The rate of interest in lending among members from the groups fund will be decided by the group as well as the amount to be given and the rate of interest to be charged. * Loans may be given to members for either productive or consumption purposes subject to the group’s decision * All types of Income generating activities of SHGs must be supported by a brief
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