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The Madhya Pradesh Rajya Beej Evam Farm Vikas Adhiniyam Act was enacted in ________.
1. 1971
2. 1980
3. 1993
4. 2003

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Correct Answer - Option 2 : 1980

The correct answer is 1980.

  • The Madya Pradesh Rajya Beej Evam Farm Vikas Adhiniyam Act was enacted in 1980.
  • The Madya Pradesh Rajya Beej Evam Farm Vikas Nigam is to produced quality seeds of major cereals, pulses, oilseeds, and horticultural crops.
  • It also supplies quality seeds at the doorstep of the farmers through cooperative societies supplying them at the remotest villages of the state.
  • The Nigam also looks after that the marketing seeds of the latest varieties are available at the right place, at the right time, and at a reasonable price.
  • The Nigam deals with more than 4500 farmers who are the actual producer of certified seeds.
  • The Nigam gives good quality foundation seeds to the farmers and the farmers multiply them in their farm by following the prescribed norms then the Nigam buys the seeds from farmers at a higher price than the market price and processes, tags, and packs them for further sales.
  • The Madya Pradesh Seed Certification Agency provides certification to seeds.
  • The Nigam owns 42 farms having a total area of 2,793 hectares out of which 2,048 is cultivable.
  • The capital of Madya Pradesh is Bhopal and the current Chief Minister and Governor of the state is Shivraj Singh Chauhan and Anandiben Patel respectively. (April 2021)
  • It is the second-largest state in India after Rajasthan.


  • The great stupa at Sanchi which was built by Mauryan King Ashoka is one of the oldest stone structures in India builds over the relics of Lord Buddha is in Madya Pradesh.
  • The first capital city of Madya Pradesh was Nagpur which is currently located in Maharashtra.
  • The beautiful hills of Panchmarhi also known as Queen of Satpura ( Satpura ki Rani) are located in the Hoshangabad district of Madya Pradesh.
  • In Madya Pradesh as per the 2011 census, 21.1% of the total population of the state is Tribal/Adivasis population.
  • The Gond, Bhil, Bagia, Korku, Bhadia, Malto, Kaul, Dhar, and many more tribes live in Madya Pradesh.
  • Madya Pradesh has the largest reserves of copper and diamond in India. and is also rich in Coal. Manganese, Bauxite, and Dolomite.
  • The tourist capital of Madya Pradesh is Gwalior.
  • The famous Patankar bazaar is in Gwalior city of Madya Pradesh.
  • Ujjain the city of Madya Pradesh is also known as the city of the temple is one of the four places where Kumbh Mela is hosted.
  • The National Parks in Madya Pradesh are Kanha National park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Panna National Park, etc.
  • The Khajuraho temples build by chandelas are located in Madya Pradesh.
  • Bhimbetka one of the oldest cave in India is in Madya Pradesh.

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