As per the agriculture ministry data, the central government has released funds to 43.20 lakh farmers.
Niti CEO Amitabh Kant underlined sectors like agriculture and labour where structural reforms are required.
The area sown to most kharif crops will be recovered as sowing window is till September 15.
More than 50 per cent of agri-tech startups offer supply chain solutions like market linkage, better access to inputs etc.
The commerce minister's visit would see major announcements on collaborative projects with Russia.
Under the PM-KMY a monthly pension of Rs 3,000 will be provided to eligible farmers.
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has projected overall monsoon to remain normal.
The cohort startups will have access to T-Hub's ecosystem and PwC India's industry experts to scale their businesses.
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar appreciated women self help groups for providing employment in rural areas.
The Centre is in touch with the states to jointly tackle the situation if there is any drought like situation.