Krishi Mahotsav – Exhibition and Training Programme

The literacy rate in rural India is around 73.5%. Most Indian farmers lag knowledge about modern farming methods, organic farming, and effective principles of animal husbandry. To train them in these fields, the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare recently conducted the Krishi Mahotsav. During the event, the ministry conducted exhibitions and gave training to farmers. The event was held in Kota, Rajasthan.

About Krishi Mahotsav

  • More than 5,000 farmers participated in the program
  • The farmers were trained in the following program
    • Horticulture
    • Agriculture
    • Animal Husbandry
    • Organic Farming
  • A special workshop was held on Agriculture Infrastructure Fund
  • The training was also given on how to use drones and other technologies in agriculture
  • Private companies displayed their agricultural products
  • Ministry had put on stalls that explained agricultural practices


Indian farmers are still using old agricultural practices. And most of the farmers in India are marginal farmers who cannot afford to hire laborers to work on their farms. According to the Reserve Bank of India, farmers with a Land area of less than one hectare are marginal farmers. And farmers with a land area between one hectare and two hectares are small farmers. The Krishi Mahotsav will be of great help to these farmers. Learning to use technology will help them largely.

Name of the Event: Krishi – Mahotsav: Pradarshani Evam Prashikshan; held for two days




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