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About ISAP

Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP) is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation incorporated in 2001, under Section 25 of the Indian Companies Act. It is one of the largest networks of agriculture and allied sector professionals in India. ISAP acts as a bridge between this network of Indian agricultural community and various other stake- holders of this sector (Governments, International Organizations, Bilateral Developmental agencies, Corporate, Academia, and End-users) through large-scale projects on the field. ISAP has also broadened its horizon recently in other rural development areas like Skill development, Dairy Development and Rural Healthcare. ISAP has a dedicated full time staff of more than 200 people across 25 field offices in more than 15 states.

Reach at a glance
  • Reached 1500 Villages, 49 blocks, 27 districts in 15 States
  • Touched and transformed the lives of 5 lakh Indian farming families
  • Provided Entrepreneurship Development training to 3396 agri-graduates and incubated 1059 successful ventures
  • Trained 6611 BPL rural youth on vocational skills and helped them gain meaningful livelihoods..
  • Certified 467 agri-graduates under India Crop Certified Adviser Program
  • Satisfactorily answered more than 5 lakh farmer queries through our Kisan Call Centres (KCC) in Bhopal (MP) and Gulbarga (Karnataka)
  • Successfully established two 50 bedded rural hospitals in West Bengal
  • Successfully running multi-seater health helpline in Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)
  • Set up 36 water treatment plants for village drinking water supply schemes in various states.
  • Successfully running Community Radio Station "Kissan Vani Sironj" in District vidisha (M.P)

Success Stories

Amardeep Kaur is agriculture graduate from Punjab. She always wanted to be a entrepreneur. She joined 2 months of Agri-clinic Agribusiness program run by ISAP centre in Amritsar

She started cultivation marigold flowers. It took her lot of efforts to convince rest of her family members, who had felt secure and comfortable with crops like wheat and rice.

Woman Agri-Preneur
- Ms. Amardeep Kaur
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