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Chhattisgarh Agrotech Society Ngo In Raipur Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh Agrotech Society Ngo Information

CHHATTISGARH AGROTECH SOCIETY Non Governmental Organization is located in Raipur Chhattisgarh . CHHATTISGARH AGROTECH SOCIETY is registered as a Society at Raipur of state Chhattisgarh with Ngo unique registration ID 'CG/2009/0012635' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 1661 on the date of 23-02-2007, Its parent ORganaisation is Chhattisgarh Agricon Private Ltd. The Chairman of CHHATTISGARH AGROTECH SOCIETY is Dr Sanket Thakur and Chief functionary officer is Dr Sanket Thakur. Promoters are K K Shrivastav, Umesh Agrawal, A Moghe,D S Parganiha.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
Unique Id of VO/NGO
Chief Functionary
Dr Sanket Thakur
Dr Sanket Thakur
Rajnish Awasthi
Manish Sharma
Promoter 1
K K Shrivastav
Promoter 2
Umesh Agrawal
Promoter 3
A Moghe
Promoter 4
D S Parganiha

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Registration Number
City of Registration
State of Registration
Date of Registration
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Mobile Number
C-87, TV Tower Road, Shankar Nagar, Raipur (Reg. Add. 23, Pithalia Complex, KK Road, Raipur) Pin 492001

CHHATTISGARH AGROTECH SOCIETY Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This CHHATTISGARH AGROTECH SOCIETY NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Agriculture, Biotechnology, Disaster Management, Environment & Forests, Food Processing, Information & Communication Technology, Land Resources, Micro Finance (SHGs), Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, New & Renewable Energy, Nutrition, Panchayati Raj, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Scientific & Industrial Research, Science & Technology, Tribal Affairs, Water Resources, Women's Development & Empowerment

Operational States


Operational Districts

Bastar, Bilaspur, Dantewada, Dhamtari, Durg, Kanker, Kawardha, Korba, Mahasamund, Raipur, Rajnandgaon

Major Activities and Achivements

1.NABARD WADI Project (2008-09 contd) Chhattisgarh Agricon samiti has been chosen as Project Implementation Agency for execution of Wadi Project by NABARD at Pithora Block of Mahasamund district. The project target is to establish 500 wadis of Mango & Acid lime in 14 villages of Pithora block. The project will continue for 6 years, this is the first year (2009) of the project. So far plantation of mango and lime has been successfully done in 85 wadis of 5 villages. 2. Jatropha plantation in Bastar The Agricon promoted jatropha plantation in Bastar region with support from Reliance Life Science. The company signed an MOU with Reliance for promoting jatropha plantation in about 1500 ha and successfully planted it in various villages of Bastar district during the year 2007. The plantation of jatropha was done in about 850 farmers fields covering 36 villages of Tokapal, Chitrkot and Lohandiguda block of Bastar district. 3. Formation of Farmers Clubs, Training and Capacity Building of Farmers for Entrepreneurship Various training camps and workshops were organized for the development of Entrepreneurship skills of farmers through formation of Farmers Clubs in various villages. A total of about 235 clubs have been formed. Many of these clubs have been registered at NABARD regional office. To smoothly conduct the activities training camps were organized for this purpose in Bilaspur, Bastar, Mahasamund, Raipur and Kawardha districts. Farmers were exposed to some of the demonstration plots and farms in Chhattisgarh. 4. Raising Nursery of Jatropha saplings and plantation in Bastar (2008-09) The Agricon Samiti raised 5 million sapling of jatropha for Chhattisgarh Renewable Energy Development Agency (CREDA). These saplings were planted in various villages of Bastar districts in association with Gram Panchayat and partners NGOs. The saplings were raised by Farmers groups in different villages which included male and female farmers group (SHGs) also.