Nearly 70% of India lives still lives in rural areas. That is why if we want to make India progress, we need to make the rural areas progress and rural economy has to become self sustainable.

Few young alumni from IIT Kharagpur, who always dreamt of making a better society, understood the importance of the rural economy in making the future India. To give shape to their dreams, they founded Back to Village (B2V) in 2015.

Brief Introduction

Back to Village (B2V) is a non-profit organisation working to make Indian villages self reliant and prosperous. We do this by focusing on agriculture centric rural development.

B2V provides end-to-end services (crop planning, seeds & organic manure, training, pest & disease management, post harvest management and market linkage) to farmers through its extension centers, Unnat Krushi Kendras (UKK). Run by local young & progressive farmers, each UKK reaches out to more than 500 farmers.



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