B1.2 Warehouse Receipts Development

To have such a tie up arrangement, investments will be required to be made in these APMC godowns.  The  investments  will  be  for  setting  up  computers,  weighing  machines,  price information  ticker,  setting  up  Commodity  Testing  Lab.  The  following  table  gives  the illustrative list of investments per godown.

Illustrative list of investments per APMC godown

Sr.No.

 Infrastructure Investment Items

1

Setting up computers for on line trading

2

Electronic weighing scales

3

Price information ticker

4

Setting up quality assessment laboratory

5

Renovation of Godown

17. The total investment in 40 APMC godowns will be Rs. 360.00 lakhs (40 godowns X Rs. 9.00 lakhs).

18. APMCs selected under warehouse program will be linked for NSEL and the warehouse receipt of these APMC godowns, which are accredited, will be eligible to get warehouse receipt credit. These godowns will be linked with the local banks, preferably with the branch of nationalised bank.

19. Activity schedule: The activity schedule for upgradation and functioning of APMC godown is given in the following table.

Activity / PY

PY1

PY2

PY3

PY4

PY5

PY6

APMC up-gradation  and warehouse receipt financing and e-trade service provision

--

 

5

 

10

 

15

 

10

--

VI. Estimated costs and project sharing:

20. Summary of investment items and share of project funding:

 

No.

 

Activities

Project Financing Share

1

Improvement of MSWC warehouses

100%

2

Contractual Staff (40 lab technicians and 1 Deputy Manager)

0%

3

Capacity Building on Price Risk Management

100%

4

Consultancies and studies

100%

5

Improvement of APMC godowns

100%

6

Awareness generation, training and capacity building

100%

7

Operating costs  ( rental, staff, support etc)

100%

VII. Institutional and implementation arrangements

21. Outline  of  Operation  of Scheme:  The  PIU MSAMB  will  be  the  implementing  agency  for MSWC programs with

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