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Dear friends,

We have already crossed 5000 members! The biggest help you can provide to the sector if you can invite your friends and colleagues connected with agriculture to join this group by inviting them by email or you can also add members by using the "+add people to group" box on the top of the right hand side of the group.

If you have interests in the Animal Agriculture (Poultry/dairy/Aquaculture/Piggery/Goat or Sheep farming/animal feeds/animal health care, etc.), pl join Network of Animal Agriculture Professionals of India (NAAPI) group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NAAPI/ and also like to NAAP India (https://www.facebook.com/NAAPIndia) page.

"NAAPI is a part of the Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals network". Network of Animal Agriculture Professionals of India (NAAPI) is an online platform aimed at enhancing information exchange amongst the Indian professionals involved in livestock farming (Dairy, Poultry, Piggery, Goatery ec) and aquaculture (Fishery, Shrimp Farming, Oyster Farming, Mariculture etc).

In India, 20.5 million people are dependent on livestock farming for their livelihood. Livestock plays an important role in the economy of India farmers. The farmers in India practice mixed farming system that includes a combination of crop and livestock. Livestock farming guarantees assured and regular income to small and marginal farmers.

ISAP works with over 3,00,000 farming families across India. We actively promote livestock farming in our project areas. We encourage these farmers, FPOs, farmer clubs, co-operatives and others to use this platform to speak about their produce, its availability and other details. NAAPI platform helps them to reach out to a large number of potential buyers. On the other hand, we encourage people to post about various products and services pertaining to livestock and aquaculture that could be used by farmers but we need some details on the innovation in the product and also the impact of the same. Mere photographs and brochures would not suffice.

In both the cases, the NAAPI platform just acts as an information service to help advertise availability of produce/products/services to a large number of people. Farmers as well as other buyers/sellers are advised to exercise caution, diligence and all possible legal compliance's before doing any commercial transaction with anyone who puts out a post about some product or service on this Facebook group.

NAAPI also encourages posts from innovative companies or innovative ideas. The hope is for these ideas to inspire youngsters and others to dream of businesses and innovative enterprises around Livestock Farming and Aquaculture.

OUR GOAL is to do anything that it takes to to change the lives of the 600 million odd people who depend partly or fully on agriculture & livestock to their livelihoods.

All of us have originated from one or the other of the 600,000 villages that dot the 600 odd districts of India. We are all non-resident villagers. For cohesion in our society and social stability, it is important that farming be a viable and subsequently profitable vocation for all its 600 million odd dependents

How can you help the Indian farmers?

All of us have originated from one or the other of the 600,000 villages that dot the 600 odd districts of India. Some of us can trace our ancestry back to these villages to a few generations, while some are first generation (and a small number are returning to a farming lifestyle). Even today, about 68% of our country’s population lives in rural areas; many of them are directly or indirectly reliant on farming. Therefore, even as our urban population explodes, for cohesion in our society and social stability, it is important that farming be a viable and profitable vocation for all its 600 million dependents.

Now of course, many of us will never step into a farm, far less be directly dependent on farming for our livelihood. However, there is still a lot that each of us can do to make farming sustainable:

1. Buy Indian produce - apples, walnuts, oranges, dry fruits, etc. The savings in transportation cost (and the lower carbon footprint) by buying local produce is significant.

2. Buy value added agri-food processed products made in India. The more the value-addition close to farm (canning, making jams, pickles etc.), the benefits to the farmers, and the lower the distribution loss (e.g. from rotting of fresh foods during transportation)

3. Do not haggle with the thelawala or a fruit and vegetable vendor who comes to your door. Allow him to make a reasonable profit as his viability/profitability drives his ability to pay down the chain upto the farm gate.

4. Please do not compare prices of vegetables, fruits and other agri products with what you paid for them when you were a child, 40 years ago. You don’t do the same when you buy manufactured products and other services. Do not put pressure on your local representatives or through the media when the prices of these products rise. Please remember that these are rare opportunities for farming families to make decent incomes. For middle classes/upper classes, food/agri products are a small percentage of the household spend. Please bear the increase in prices as your contribution to farmer well-being. The Govt has support systems in place like PDS etc. for urban poor.

5. Encourage as many initiatives as possible that buy directly from Indian farmers and supply to Indian households in cities. Your encouragement will grow these small businesses into scalable supply chain entities that would create competition in procurement of farm produce.

6. Please buy produce where possible from KVIC, farmer co-operatives, farmer owned organisations like Amul, farmer owned companies that have started supplying farm products into cities.

7. Please increase consumption of coarse cereals and pulses. These are also having tremendous health benefits as people are now becoming aware. Incidentally, many of these are grown by the poorest of dryland farmers across some of the most backward districts of India

8. The next time you are driving out on the highways, take a few minutes out, stop at villages or farms and buy produce directly from them. This will encourage more farmers to attempt direct selling to consumers.

9. Each high rise society campus should have a ‘Farmer centre’ where nearby farmers can come daily and sell fruits and vegetables. Consumers in metro cities should should install compact flour milling machines in such centres which will generate employment for farmer kids for managing such centres. Such farmer centres could/should be proposed in each building society with 100+ families.

10. Upper classes/middle class keen on contributing towards agriculture must be encouraged to form groups and adopt villages to do their bit. They could contribute towards farmers well-being by contributing skills as well as donating resources in cash or kind (especially to the families that have seen suicides by their bread winners).

11. Farm visits of youngsters especially school kids in urban areas should be organized to build empathy in their minds for farmers and farming from an early age. We don't want to produce generations that think that working with hands and legs on farms is demeaning work being done by lesser beings.

12. You could also help farmers if many of you could follow the practice of the millions of households from Gujarat who buy many seasonal agri products in the flush seasons and consume it over the off season months. This when done at countrywide level can have an effect of price smoothing in commodities between the on season and off season prices. The win for households is good quality purchased at reasonable prices and stored as per desired parameters for their own use.

13. Please save water. Most cities are assured drinking water supply and any wastage in cities is to the detriment of farms. Most farmers are also realising the importance of saving water through micro irrigation as well as creative innovative structures on their farms or on common property resources.

14. We request all those interested in agriculture/livestock farming/aquaculture to join at Network of Animal Agriculture Professionals of India (NAAPI) group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NAAPI/ and also like to NAAP India (https://www.facebook.com/NAAPIndia) page. Pl invite your friends and colleagues interested in agriculture sector to join this group by inviting them to join https://www.facebook.com/groups/NAAPI/ by email. You can also add your friends by using the "+add people to group" box on the top of the right hand side of the NAAPI page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NAAPI/


15. We request our Agriculture professionals to use this platform to share success stories of farmers in crop and animal agriculture as well as aquaculture and other products and services which would help other brother farmers also benefit from the good work being done by their brethren in various sub sectors within this vast sector.




About Admin

Dr. Dinesh Tukaram Bhosale is a B.V.Sc. & A.H., M.V.Sc. (Animal Nutrition), Ph.D.(Animal Nutrition) besides having a Diploma in Business Management.

He has been a Member of Extension Council and Research Council of Maharashtra Animal Fisheries Sciences University; Skill Advisory Board for Dairying, ASCI; BIS animal feeds committee; Editorial board of Journal of Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology; Managing committees of Animal Nutrition Society of India (ANSI) and Animal Nutrition Association (ANA) and Management Committee of ICAR - National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology. He was the Chairman of CLFMA of India, an association of Indian livestock sector during Sep 2012 to Sep 2014 and was Hon’ Secretary also during 2008-2012. He was the Organizing Secretary of 2nd national conference ofAssociation of Avian Health Professionals at Pune on 7-8 Nov 2014, He is working actively with Poultry Federation of India as Vice President - West India since 2006. He was Vice President of Vets in Private Welfare Association, Pune.

Dinesh worked with Venkateshwara Hatcheries Ltd in his early career and later as a Technical Director – Poultry, Aquaculture & Livestock for Asia Subcontinent office of American Soybean Association, New Delhi for eight years. Then he worked with Alltech Biotechnology P. Ltd. as Regional Technical Manager – Ruminants for South Asia and Southeast Asia region for two years. He is currently working as Regional Sales Director – South Asia for AB Vista, British Company since 1st September 2007.




About ISAP

ISAP, the parent body of IAP, which also started as an electronic group in 2001 and achieved the following highlights since then:

-Reached 3500 Villages, 49 blocks, 27 districts in 15 States

-Touched and transformed the lives of 5 lakh Indian farming families

-Provided Entrepreneurship Development training to 6000 agri-graduates and incubated 1800 successful ventures

-Trained 6611 BPL rural youth on vocational skills and helped them gain meaningful livelihoods.

-Satisfactorily answered more than 5 lakh farmer queries through our Kisan Call Centres (KCC) in Bhopal (MP) and Gulbarga (Ktka)

-Successfully running Community Radio Station "Kissan Vani Sironj" in District vidisha (M.P)

-Created more than 100 farmer producer companies owned by @100,000 farmers across India

-ISAP group and page on Facebook and linkedin cater to more than 150,000 professionals on a daily basis with thousands of posts every month and answers to huge no of queries and interactions generated through these platforms.




Recognitions and Awards for ISAP

*ISAP receives 'Rashtriya Swayamsiddh Samman 2016' for innovative ICT application in Agriculture 2016 by Jindal Foundation

*ISAP has been conferred 'Agriculture Leadership Award 2015' under the category 'Agriculture Extension' for the Year 2015 BY Agriculture Today.

* Manthan Award 2014 for ISAP's Community Radio Station (CRS) 'Kisan Vani' under category 'Community Broadcasting'

* ISAP's Community Radio Station (CRS) called 'Kisan Vani' was awarded first prize by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India in National Community Radio Sammelan 2013

* Sustainable Yield Pledge Awards for Seed cum Fertilizer Drill; Project SHARE was adjudged best project under 'Produce More' category by Missouri House of Representatives

* ISAP won the Manthan Award South Asia 2009 for delivery and dissemination of agriculture information through its Kisan Call Centre initiative.

* ISAP got the National Award on E-governance 2007-08 by Government Of India for ICT Intervention

* ISAP was given a Consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in 2006.

* Agriwatch won the Manthan-AIF Award 2006 for putting together an extensive Agri-knowledge hub online

* ISAP was a finalist in Stockholm Challenge Awards, 2004

* ISAP was awarded 'the most innovative social enterprise award for 2002' by Digital Partners, USA

GUIDELINES FOR USE OF THE IAP GROUP:

NAAPI is a part of the Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals network.

Network of Animal Agriculture Professionals of India (NAAPI) is an online platform aimed at enhancing information exchange amongst the Indian Agriculture professionals including farmers involved or interested in livestock farming (Dairy, Poultry, Piggery, Goatery etc) and/or Aquaculture (Fishery, Shrimp Farming, Oyster Farming, Mariculture etc) .

The NAAPI platform acts as an information service to help advertise availability of produce/products/services related to livestock farming/aquaculture to a large number of people. Interested Agri-professionals are invited to share their personal experiences, pictures and videos pertaining to agriculture. However given the large numbers of people on the group, we request adherence to following guidelines which will greatly enhance the success of this group:

1) Members are advised to exercise caution, diligence and all possible legal compliance's before doing any commercial transaction with anyone who puts out a post about some product or service on this facebook group.

2) Please do not post anything, which is not pertaining to livestock farming or aquaculture.

3) Please do not post personal pictures (Selfies), family albums or pictures of persons without context to agriculture. We respect privacy of the individuals. The type of pictures approved on IAP group as a rule have minimal focus on human element and are used in the context of conveying some information about some farming related activity or event.

4) We welcome original posts .We request attribution and/or permissions, as necessary, for posting copyrighted content on IAP group. In case you are sharing content generated by other person(s) or organizations, you should share the original post (Direct tag), so that content owner is aware that his/her post is shared.

5) Content should be contemporary and not obsolete.

6) This group is intended to be aspirational and positive hence we discourage negative posts or the ones which are critical of technologies like drones, robotics and others

7) No defence (military) related sensitive posts are allowed on NAAPI group

8) Without assuming any liability, the administrators (Admins) shall exercise due diligence to the extent practicable in respect of all the contents posted on NAAPI. Members are advised not to post any content; which:

a). Offends against good taste or decency

b). Contains criticism of friendly countries

c). Contains attack on religions or communities or visuals or words contemptuous of religious groups or which either promote or result in promoting communal discontent or disharmony

d). Contains anything obscene, defamatory, deliberate, false and suggestive innuendoes and half truths

e). Is likely to encourage or incite violence or contains anything against maintenance of law and order or which promote anti-national attitudes

f). Contains anything amounting to contempt of court or anything affecting the integrity of the Nation

g). Criticizes, maligns or slander any individual in person or certain groups, segments of social, public and moral life of the country

h). Encourage superstition or blind belief

i). Denigrates/objectifies women and/or Children

j). May present/depict/suggest the use of drugs including alcohol, narcotics and tobacco or may sterotype, incite, vilify or perpetuate hatred against or attempt to demean any person or group on the basis of ethnicity, nationality, race, gender, sexual preference, religion, age or physical or mental disability.

k) may be defamatory, abusive, profane, threatening, offensive, or illegal comments.

l) which is protected by copyright without the permission of the copyright owner.

Membership of NAAPI group is increasing at very fast pace. Admin discretion is exercised to the best extent possible while admission of persons to the group. We might not be able to communicate with persons interested in being members as well as members on individual basis. In case, your post/comment is missing, you may please refer the guidelines to know the reason at – http://www.isapindia.org/NAAPIguidelines.html

- At times, Admins would use their discretion on admission on members and/or posts and their decisions are final

- In case you disagree with any post/comment, please make your point politely without trolling or engaging in confrontations.

- Further, in the event that any inappropriate posting is brought to the attention of IAP, then IAP will take all appropriate action.

- IAP reserves the right to terminate access to any user who does not abide by these guidelines.




Disclaimer a) Posts made by members are neither endorsed nor verified by the Network of Animal Agriculture Professionals of India (NAAPI) or the Admins, in any manner whatsoever.

b) The Network of Animal Agriculture Professionals of India (NAAPI) simply provides a platform, for exchange of information, ideas and technologies pertaining to livestock farming and aquaculture, among the members. c) No editorial control is exercised by the NAAPI.

d) All views expressed by members are done so in their individual capacity and are not the views of the NAAPI group or its admin/s. e) Members alone are responsible for the content, authenticity and implications of their posts.

g) Members are admitted to the group on the basis of their background and interest expressed in agriculture, livestock farming and/or aquaculture. There are no authentication or background check of the individuals joining the group. We take them at face value.

h) ISAP/IAP disclaims all warranties with regard to information and comments posted; this disclaimer includes all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall ISAP/IAP be liable for any special, indirect, or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data, or profits, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of any information or comments posted.

i) By posting material, the posting party warrants and represents that he or she owns the copyright with respect to such material or has received permission from the copyright owner.



एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) ग्रुप के प्रयोग के दिशा-निर्देश

एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI), इंडियन सोसाइटी ऑफ़ एग्रीबिजनेस प्रोफेशनल्स नेटवर्क का ही एक भाग है | नटवर्क ऑफ एनिमल एग्रीक्ल्चर प्रोफेशनल्स ऑफ इडिया (NAAPI) 

एक ऑनलाइन मंच है जिसका उदेश्य इंडियन एग्रीकल्चर प्रोफेशनल्स एवं किसानों के बीच पशुपालन (डेयरी, कुक्कुट, सुअर, बकरी पालन इत्यादि) एवम जलीय कृषी (मत्स्य पालन, 

चिंराट खेती, कस्तूरी खेती इत्यादि) की जानकारी के आदान प्रदान को बढ़ावा देना है| एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) मंच लोगों तक कृषि सम्बन्धी उत्पादों एवं सेवाओं की उपलब्धता 

की जानकारी बड़ी संख्या में लोगों को प्रदान करने वाली सूचना सेवा के रूप में कार्य करता है | 

भारत में, 205 लाख लोग अपनी आजीविका के लिए पशुपालन पर निर्भर हैं। भारत के किसानों की अर्थव्यवस्था में पशुधन महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाता है। भारत में किसान 

मिश्रित खेती प्रणाली का अभ्यास करते हैं जिसमें फसल और पशुधन के संयोजन शामिल हैं पशुधन खेती छोटे और सीमांत किसानों को नियमित आय प्रदान करता है।

आईएसपी पूरे भारत में 3,00,000 से ज्यादा खेती वाले परिवारों के साथ काम करता है। हम अपने परियोजना क्षेत्रों में पशुओं के खेती को सक्रिय रूप से बढ़ावा देते हैं। 

हम इन किसानों, एफपीओ, किसान क्लब, सहकारी समितियों और अन्य लोगों को अपने उत्पाद, उनकी उपलब्धता और अन्य विवरण के बारे में बात करने के लिए इस 

मंच का उपयोग करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करते हैं। एनएपीआई प्लेटफॉर्म उन्हें बड़ी संख्या में संभावित खरीदारों तक पहुंचने में मदद करता है दूसरी ओर, हम लोगों को 

पशुधन और जलीय कृषि से संबंधित विभिन्न उत्पादों और सेवाओं के बारे में पोस्ट करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करते हैं जो किसानों द्वारा उपयोग किया जा सकता है। लेकिन 

हमें इस उत्पाद के नवाचार पर और इसके प्रभाव के बारे में कुछ जानकारी चाहिए। सिर्फ फोटो और ब्रोशर पर्याप्त नहीं होंगे।

ग्रुप पर इच्छुक कृषकों, कृषि पेशेवरों को उनके निजी अनुभवों, चित्रों और कृषि से संबंधित वीडियो साझा करने के लिए आमंत्रित किया जाता है | हालांकि समूह पर लोगों 

की बड़ी संख्या को देखते हुए, हम निम्नलिखित निर्देशों का पालन करने का अनुरोध करते हैं जो इस ग्रुप की सफलता में सहायक होगा |

1) सदस्यों को सावधानी बरतने की सलाह दी जाती है की वो इस फेसबुक समूह पर डाले जाने वाली किसी उत्पाद की पोस्ट या सेवा पोस्ट करने वाले किसी भी व्यक्ति या 

संस्था से व्यावसायिक लेनदेन करने से पहले संभावित कानूनी अनुपालन की जानकारी कर लें |

2) कृपया कुछ भी एसा पोस्ट ना करें जिसका सम्बन्ध कृषि या उससे संबंधित गतिविधियों से ना हो |

3) कृपया कृषि, पशुपालन एवम/या जलीय कृषि के संदर्भ के अलावा व्यक्तिगत चित्र (सेल्फीज), पारिवारिक एलबम या व्यक्तियों की तस्वीरें पोस्ट ना करें । हम लोगों की गोपनीयता का सम्मान करते हैं। नियम के आधार पर स्वीकृत चित्र जो एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) समूह में प्रकाशित होते हैं उनका उदेश्य किसी व्यक्ति पर केन्द्रित ना होकर उस चित्र के माध्यम से केवल कृषि संबंधित गतिविधि या घटना के बारे में जानकारी लोगों को प्रदान करना होता है |

4) हम ओरिजिनल पोस्ट/सामग्री का स्वागत करते हैं | इसके अलावा हमारा निवेदन है की यदि कोई जानकारी जो कॉपीराइट के अंतर्गत हो उसे पोस्ट करने से पहले सम्बंधित व्यक्ति या संस्था से आज्ञा प्राप्त करें या उन्हें पोस्ट का श्रेय देने के पश्चात् एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) ग्रुप पर पोस्ट करें | यदि आप किसी अन्य संस्था या व्यक्ति की पोस्ट शेयर कर रहें है तो उन्हें साथ में टैग करें ताकि उनको पोस्ट साझा किये जाने के बारे में जानकारी रहे |

5) सामग्री समकालीन होनी चाहिए ना की अप्रचलित ।

6) यह समूह सकारात्मक सोच को बढ़ावा देने का इरादा रखता है इसलिए हम नकारात्मक पोस्ट करने वाले या जो लोग ड्रोन, रोबोटिक्स और दूसरों की तरह प्रौद्योगिकियों की आलोचना करते हैं उनको हतोत्साहित करने का काम करते हैं |

7) कोई रक्षा (सैन्य) या इससे सम्बंधित संवेदनशील पोस्ट एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) समूह पर डालने की अनुमति नहीं दी जाती है |

8) कोई अधिकारिक ज़िम्मेदारी ना होने के बावजूद ग्रुप प्रबंधन अपने स्तर पर जहां तक संभव है हर पोस्ट की प्रामाणिकता जानने की पूरी कोशिश करता है | मेम्बेर्स को सलाह दी जाती है की वो कोई भी ऐसी पोस्ट ना करें जो-

· सकरात्मक ना हो एवं शालीनता के खिलाफ हो |

· जिसमे मित्र देशों की आलोचना शामिल हो |

· बातें जो धर्मों, समुदायों का तिरस्कार करती हों या दृश्य और शब्द जो धार्मिक एवं सामाजिक सोहार्द को बिगड़ने का काम करती हों |

· सामग्री जो अश्लील हो, मानहानिकारक हो, अर्धसत्य हो एवं बुरे विचारों को बढ़ावा दे |

· बातें जो हिंसा को भड़काने में सहायक हों, जिनसे कानून और व्यवस्था बिगड़ने की संभावना हो या जिससे राष्ट्र विरोधी दृष्टिकोण को बढ़ावा मिले |

· सामग्री जो अदालत की अवमानना करे या राष्ट्र की अखंडता को नुकसान पहुँचाने वाली हो |

· आलोचनात्मक बातें, जो व्यक्ति या कुछ समूहों की बदनामी करे और नैतिक जीवन में स्वीकार योग्य न हो |

· अंधा विश्वास और अंधविश्वास को प्रोत्साहित करता हो |

· महिलाओं एवं बच्चों के लिए कुछ भी अपमानजनक हो |

· पोस्ट जो दर्शाती हों शराब, नशीले पदार्थों और तंबाकू या, जातिसूचक शब्दों से गालियां देना या घृणा करने के लिए प्रेरीत करने वाली पोस्ट जातीयता, राष्ट्रीयता, जाति, लिंग, यौन वरीयता, धर्म, उम्र या शारीरिक या मानसिक विकलांगता के आधार पर किसी भी व्यक्ति या समूह को अपमानित करने का प्रयास करने वाली पोस्ट हो |

· मानहानिकारक, अपमानजनक, अपवित्र, धमकी, आक्रामक, या अवैध टिप्पणी वाला ना हो ।

· जो कॉपीराइट के अंतर्गत आता हो और स्वामी की अनुमति के बिना प्रकाशित किया जाये ।

एन.ए.ए.पी.आई के समूह की सदस्यता बहुत तेज गति से बढ़ रही है। किसी भी नए व्यक्ति के ग्रुप में प्रवेश के लिए एडमिन अपने सामर्थ एवं विवेक अनुसार निर्णय करते हैं | हम व्यक्तिगत आधार पर सदस्यों के साथ या उनकी रूचि के अनुरूप संवाद करने में सक्षम नहीं हो सकता है । यदि किसी वजह से आपका पोस्ट या कमेंट ग्रुप पर नहीं दिख रहा हो तो आप ग्रुप की गाइडलाइन्स (www.isapindia.org/NAAPIguidelines.html) पर देख सकते हैं |

· एडमिन अपने विवेक अनुसार किसी भी मेम्बर के प्रवेश या किसी भी पोस्ट के प्रकाशन पर निर्णय ले सकता है जोकि अंतिम होगा |

· अगर आप किसी पोस्ट या कमेंट से असहमत है तो कृपया अपना तर्क बिना किसी टकराव के शालीनता के साथ रखें |

· इसके अतरिक्त यदि एन.ए.ए.पी.आई ग्रुप के संज्ञान में कोई गलत पोस्ट लाई जाती है तो ग्रुप उसके खिलाफ उचित कार्यवाही करेगा |

· ग्रुप के दिशानिर्देशों का पालन ना करने वाले उपयोगकर्ताओं को ग्रुप से निष्काषित करने के अधिकार आईएपी अपने पर सुरक्षित रखता है |




डिस्क्लेमर

a) सदस्यों द्वारा किए गए पोस्ट का एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) किसी भी तरह से ना तो सत्यापन करता है और ना ही समर्थन करता है |

b) एन.ए.ए.पी.आई (NAAPI) केवल सूचनाओं,विचारों एवं कृषि से संबंधित प्रौद्योगिकियों के आदान-प्रदान के लिए एक मंच प्रदान करता है |

c) कोई संपादकीय नियंत्रण आईएपी के द्वारा प्रयोग किया जाता है।

d) सदस्यों द्वारा व्यक्त विचार उनके व्यक्तिगत विचार होंगे जिनका आईएपी समूह या समूह के व्यवस्थापक से कोई लेना देना नहीं होगा |

e) सामग्री की प्रामाणिकता के लिए अकेले पोस्ट करने वाला सदस्य ज़िम्मेदार होगा ।

f) सदस्यों को ग्रुप में उनकी पृष्ठभूमि और कृषि विशेषकर पशुपालन एवम/या जलीय कृषि के क्षेत्र में रूचि के आधार पर जोड़ा जाता हैं। व्यक्तिगत तौर पर समूह में शामिल होने वाले व्यक्तियों का कोई प्रमाणीकरण या पृष्ठभूमि की जाँच नहीं की जाती | हम उन्हें उनके द्वारा दी गई जानकरी के आधार पर शामिल करते हैं |

g) ISAP / एन.ए.ए.पी.आई ग्रुप पर पोस्ट की गई किसी भी जानकारी और टिप्पणी पर किये गए दावों का समर्थन नहीं करता है | इसमें उत्पाद के सभी तरह के विक्रय और उत्पाद के प्रभाव सम्बन्धी दावे शामिल हैं | ISAP / एन.ए.ए.पी.आई किसी भी व्यक्ति या संस्था को ग्रुप पर हुई किसी भी पोस्ट की वजह से प्रत्यक्ष या अप्रत्यक्ष रूप में होने वाले नुकसान जैसे- डाटा लोस, लाभ व दावे अनुसार परिणाम ना आने के लिए जवाबदेह नहीं है |

h) ग्रुप एडमिन एसा मानता है की कुछ भी जो ग्रुप पर पोस्ट होता है वो पोस्ट करने वाला व्यक्ति या संस्था या तो स्वयं उस सामग्री का कॉपीराइट रखता है या जिसका कॉपीराइट है उससे आज्ञा प्राप्त होता है | कॉपीराइट से सम्बंधित सभी बातों की ज़िम्मेदारी पोस्ट करने वाले की होगी ना कि ISAP / एन.ए.ए.पी.आई की |






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