♦ The 177 new mandis are from 10 States and Union Territories (UTs).
♦ The mandis integrated are as follows: Gujarat (17), Haryana (26), J&K (1), Kerala (5), Maharashtra (54), Odisha (15), Punjab (17), Rajasthan (25), Tamil Nadu (13) and West Bengal (1).
♦ With the launch of 177 additional mandis, the total number of eNAM mandis across the country is 962.
♦ Earlier, 785 mandis were integrated with eNAM across 17 States and 2 UTs, with a user base of 1.66 crore Farmers, 1.30 lakh traders, and 71,911 Commission Agents.
♦ Currently, 150 commodities, including food grains, oilseeds, fibers, vegetables, and fruits, are being traded on e-NAM.
♦ More than 1,005 Farmer Producer Organisations (FPOs) have been registered on the e-NAM platform and have traded 2900 MT of agri-produce worth Rs.7.92 Crores.
National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) is an electronic trading portal across India. The objective of the portal is to integrate the existing Mandis to "One Nation One Market" for agricultural commodities in India. e-NAM was launched on 14 April 2016 by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Small Farmers Agribusiness Consortium (SFAC) is the lead agency for implementing eNAM. The portal functions under the aegis of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare, GoI.
The NAM Portal provides a single-window service for all Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) related information and services which includes commodity arrivals, quality & prices, provision to respond to trade offers, and electronic payment settlement directly into farmers' accounts and helping them for better market access.