02 Aug, 2022
Here is everything you need to know regarding the most recent modification to the tractor testing policy.
The Central government has announced a shift in policy due to the advancement of technology and other significant developments occurring in India.
The Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare is making improvements and adopting new policies that aim to improve and meet demands at a rate that is happening with technological and mechanical progress.
Testing agricultural equipment and tractors are primarily done to gather information on the performance of the engines, transmissions, traction systems, protective structures, ergonomics, and energy efficiency.
The recent policy introduced by the Central Government states the Testing process of the tractors carried out to check their functionality, appearance and other essential things used to take around 9 months whereas now it has been reduced to 75 DAYS, yes you read it right! It’s just 75 days where your tractors are tested, investigated, authorized, and come out with a green tick.
The reduction in the time of the testing process of tractors by the Central Farm Machinery and Testing Institute in Budni does not only provide ease to the tractor manufacturers but it also makes the Department of Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare independent. The number 75 signifies the 75th celebration of our Independent India.
With fewer days of testing required by the CMFMTI that is the Central Farm Machinery and Testing Institute in Budni, the manufacturers are trustworthy and at ease. For them, this results in a healthy and positive outcome that not only allows them to launch their tractors into the market quickly and without much delay, but also enables them to make any necessary changes or improvements more quickly and efficiently. The manufacturers' ability to quickly test their products will increase their growth as they continue to produce or introduce new products to the market (if no defaults are found in the tractors over the testing period).
The fast-testing method provides better results within the stipulated time and even aids the manufacturers to come up with the latest psychological aspects and determinants of the country’s farmers and their needs.
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