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The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, today approved the proposal for implementation of the Integrated Coffee Development Project of the Coffee Board during the 12th  Five Year Plan (2012-13 to 2016-17).  This is based on the recommendations by the Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC) in its meeting held on 26th September 2013.

The projected outlay of the scheme is Rs. 950 crore during the five year period of the 12th Plan. Component wise and year-wise break up of outlay is as follows:

(Rs. In crore)
Component

 

Component title

 

Outlay

 

1 Research  & Development  for Sustainable Coffee

Production

137.50
2 Transfer of Technology and Capacity Building Programmes 92.00
3 Development Support for Coffee in Traditional Areas 311.00
4 Coffee Development  Programme in Non-traditional Areas 125.00
5 Coffee Development  Programme in North East Region 54.50
6 Rainfall Insurance Scheme for Coffee (RISC) 10.00
7 Support for Mechanization of Coffee Estate Operations 80.00
8 Export Promotion 60.00
9 Market Development 55.00
10 Support for Value Addition 25.00
Total Outlay 950.00

The main objective of the Scheme is to develop improved varieties and technologies for increasing production, productivity and quality of coffee, to promote Indian coffee in overseas and domestic markets, and encourage value addition to improve unit value realization.

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