Press Release


Jaipur, 18 May: The exhibition at the 3-day Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet (GRAM) at Kota will see the participation of various public and private sector companies. The mega agri event is scheduled to be at RAC Ground in Kota from 24 to 26 May.

Spread over a total area of whopping 7,800 square meters, the exhibition will be one of the main features of ‘GRAM’. It will showcase available modern technologies and equipment in agriculture, agro processing and livestock sector suitable to domestic requirements. Principal Secretary, Agriculture, Government of Rajasthan, Ms. Neekamal Darbari said that this will be a great opportunity for early to mid-stage agritech companies and agri-startups to showcase their innovations to domestic and global agribusiness audience, farmers, technology integrators and investors.

Exhibitions stalls will be set up on various categories like farm machinery and allied services, agri-inputs and protected cultivation as well as irrigation, plasticulture and precision farming. Similarly, food and food processing technologies, dairy and livestock, agri diversification and retailers, post-harvest technologies and equipment, organic farming, will also be showcased. One of the major highlights of the exposition will be the Innovation and Startup Pavilion which will serve as a platform for presenting indigenous products developed by Rajasthan’s farmers and agri-entrepreneurs.


About ‘Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet 2017, Kota’ (GRAM)

GRAM Kota will be held from 24 to 26 May 2017 at RAC Parade Ground, Shivpura, Kota in Rajasthan. The event is being jointly organised by the Government of Rajasthan and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI).

Government of Rajasthan looks forward to replicate GRAM 2016’s accomplishment at Kota in Rajasthan. One of the core objectives of GRAM Kota would be to expose the farmers of the Kota Division to best agriculture practices and define the next qualitative leap in Kota’s agriculture growth story.

The event will bring all stakeholders – farmers from in and around Kota, academicians, technologists, agribusiness companies and policy makers.

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