NHB Interactive: LOI Submission &Tracking System
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New LOI Application
Application (with acknowledgment,online application form, fee and supportive documents) should be submitted to NHB within one month from the date of submission of application online
Application will not be accepted and processed by NHB if it is not submitted within the specified time and with all required documents
About NHB Online
National Horticulture Board (NHB) was set up by the Government of India in 1984 as an autonomous society under the Societies Registration Act 1860 with a mandate to promote integrated development in horticulture, to help in coordinating , stimulating and sustaining the production and processing of fruits and vegetables and to establish a sound infrastructure in the field of production, processing and marketing with a focus on post harvest management to reduce losses. Keeping in view approved scheme components broad aims & objectives of NHB schemes may be stated as follows; which may be achieved by generating synergies with other government agencies engaged in horticulture development, financial institutions and private sector participation.
Promote development of hi-tech commercial horticultural in identified belts and make such areas vibrant with horticultural activity which in turn will act as hubs for development of horticulture
Promote development of modern post-harvest management infrastructure as integral part of area expansion projects or as common facility for cluster of projects
Promote development of integrated, energy efficient cold chain infrastructure that provides recommended critical storage conditions for fresh horticulture produce,
Assist in securing availability of quality planting materials by promoting setting up of scion and root stock banks / mother plant nurseries and carrying out accreditation; by rating of horticulture nurseries and; need based imports of planting materials
To take up steps for product promotion and market development for fresh horticulture produce by way of promotion and extension activities,
Strengthen market intelligence system and collect horticulture database,
Promote field trials of newly developed or imported planting materials and other farm inputs; production technology; PHM protocols, INM and IPM protocols and also promote applied R&D programmes for commercialization of proven technology, Promote applied R & D regarding standardizing PHM protocols, prescribing critical storage conditions for fresh horticulture produce, bench marking of technical standards for cold chain infrastructure etc.
To effect transfer of technology to producer farmers and service providers such as gardeners, farm level skill workers, operators in cold storages, work force carrying out post harvest management of fresh horticulture produce and processing and also to the master trainers
To take steps to promote consumption of horticulture produce in fresh and processed form etc.
To promote adoption of quality assurance system HACCP, TQM, GAP, CODEX, etc.
NHB provides an opportunity to apply for New Projects. It also provides an option to track the status of application online that are submitted to NHB through a Project Reference No. provided by the system during the submission of application online. However applicants can also apply through physical application Form.
The applicant should take a print out of the
Online Application Form
generated through the system and submit the application to NHB with all supportive documents and Fee (Demand Draft) within one month from the date of submission of application online at the nearest NHB
In case of projects above 20 Lakhs, the physical application should be directly submitted to NHB Main Office
"NHB Area Office"
with whom the candidate is registered and should reach NHB within one month from the date of submission of application online.
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