Agriculture is demographically the broadest economic sector India and plays a vital role in country's overall socio-economic fabric. Agriculture is still the only largest contributor to India's GDP even after a decline in the same in the agriculture share of India. Sustainable agriculture, in terms of food security, rural employment, and environmentally sustainable technologies such as soil conservation, natural resource management and biodiversity protection, are essential for holistic rural development. Currently, around 51 per cent of India's total workforce is engaged in agriculture and its allied sectors, like forestry, fisheries, and so on. For most of the 21st century India is expected to remain an agricultural society. Our population is expected to be 1.4 billion by 2020.
The increasing population, coupled with growing income will generate increased demand for food grains and non-food grain crops. Therefore, Indian agriculture has to achieve and maintain a consistent and higher growth rate of 4 per cent per annum. India ranks first in the world in production of milk, pulses and jute; second in rice, wheat, sugarcane, groundnut, vegetables, fruits and cotton, and is a leading producer of spices & plantation crops, livestock, fisheries and poultry.

In consonance of the efforts of Indian Government for making India self sufficient in food grain production and increasing farm income, CII is organizing Agritech South 2022- International Exhibition on Agriculture, Farm Machinery & Agri Processing Technologies in PROFESSOR JAYASHANKAR TELANGANA STATE AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, RAJENDRANAGAR, HYDERABAD. 18-20 February 2022, The event will pump in more value additions to the existing technology from all over the world. The aim of organising Agritech South 2022 is to facilitate the diversification of Indian agriculture and allied sectors.


3-Day Exhibition with 4000+ Sqm Area
100+ Exhibitors
1 Lakh Visitors

Workshops & Training Sessions on various topics

Focused participation from select Agri Segments

Involvement of ICUCAT & ICAR and their Labs


Agricultural Machinery & Equipments

Tractor / Harvester / Rotavator

Agro Chemicals/Pesticides/Insecticides Mfrs.

Biotechnology /Tissue culture Labs

Irrigation & Water Management

Greenhouses & Equipment Suppliers

Precision Farming Products

Climate Control & Automation Equip

Planting Material /Seeds

Storage Equipment /Packaging Solutions

Dairy, Poultry & Live Stock

Nodal Government Agencies / Dept

Farm Management Equipment

Banks & Insurance Services

Soil Testing Equipment / Certification Companies

Post Harvest Handling Equipment

Agri Business Consultants / IT services

Horticulture Supplies

Certification Agencies

Horticulture Processing Technology

Packaging Technology & Services

Grading & Sorting Machinery

Wrapping, Sealing

Elevator / Conveyors / Rotary Separators

Cold chain Equipment for Perishable Produces

Cold room & Refrigeration Appliances

Cold storage Machinery & Services

Perishable Cargo Handling

Cooling Pads & Heat Extractors

Pack Houses / Warehousing / Surveyors

Herbal foods products

Marketing & Export Services

Plasticulture Products

Aquaculture Technology

R & D Organisations

Buffaloo Meat Products & Processing Technology

Magazines/papers/Books/Directories/ CD etc.


Soil Testing & advisory activities
Seeds & Fertilizers
Water Management System

Solar pumps & other equipments
Horticulture & Animal Husbandry

Primary Processing

Advance Farming Techniques (precision, vertical etc).



Fertilizers/Bio-manure/ Liquid Fertilizer Mfrs

Agriculture Seeds Manufacturers /Exporters

Floriculture & Nursery Industry

Herbal & Medicinal Plants Exporters

Agricultural Products Traders / Wholesaler

Researchers / Students

Scientists & Professional consultants

Doubling Farmers Incomes by 2022

Based on the recommendations of National Commission on Farmers, Government announced measuring agricultural progress by real income of farmers and not by gross production of agricultural commodities. the Prime Minister of India gave a call to the nation of doubling farm incomes by 2022 by spelling out 6 points strategy. Accordingly a Task Group has been formed by the Ministry of Agriculture to come out with a detailed plans and its operationalisation.To double the income of farmers by 2022, in nominal (numerical) terms-which do not take inflation into account-would require a 15% compounded income growth rate, which is a marginal increase over the achieved increase from 2003 to 2013. However to increase the income in real terms would imply restructuring agriculture processes & policy interventions. There is however, almost unanimity that the net income of farmers can surely be doubled well within the period of six years. A total of 40 recommendations for increasing incomes of farmers, have been divided into five parts, as under:

Increasing incomes by improving productivity

Water and Agri-Input policies

Integrated Farming System

Better market price realization
Special Policy Measures


Contact us

For more information, Please contact:

Mr V Sandeep
M: +91 98400 04455

Dr C Selvaraj
M: +91 99404 88807

Ms Vimal Silveira
M: +91 98409 09749

Mr Kazhal Vendhan M
M: +91 99402 34408

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
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Velachery Main Road, Guindyt,
Chennai - 600032.
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