Total Submissions : 4
  • —The processing level is below 10% in India, which is abysmally low compared to 50% or more in other countries.
  • —Ministry makes soft and hard interventions to increase processing levels but cannot measure changes in it.
  • —With no metric available for measuring changes in processing level, policy formulation becomes difficult. Accordingly  a spread sheet model is required that can automatically estimate processing levels periodically based on a standard methodology.
  • —In the spread sheet model secondary data would be plugged in to calculate processing levels on a periodic basis.
  • —The model can be based on the methodology used by Institute of Economic Growth in their 2014 study commissioned by Ministry of Agriculture.

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