The two schemes are the Chief Minister's Sashakt Kisan Yojana (CMSKY) and the Chief Ministers Krishi Samuh Yojana (CMKSY).
Under these initiatives, all allied departments would be involved under District Agricultural Development Society which is responsible for planning and implementation of farmers oriented development schemes he said.
The minister said the state government is coming out with more policies for the enhancement of farmer's income.
The government plans to link farmers with markets, and develop scientific and integrated ways of farming, he said.
"Arunachal Pradesh produces around 4500 mt of fish per year, whereas the requirement is about 15000 mt. So, the state has a ready market for fishes," the minister said.
Chai also launched the web portal of the department.
The CMSKY would subsume three programmes - the CM's Employment Generation Scheme, the CM's Agri-Mechanization Programme and the CM's Flagship Programme on Tea and Rubber, Agriculture Secretary Mimum Tayeng said.
The CMKSY aims at empowering farmers through cooperative approach, by providing them timely support and marketing intervention for better price realization and income, the secretary explained.
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