West Bengal is one of the most popular producers of paddy and wheat amongst the Indian states. There are some societies those are constructed for providing required help for the farmers and landless farming families. These societies use to provide credit or money to the farmers to helps them in investing that fund in agriculture. The agricultural credit providing societies are developed by the government and panchayat of West Bengal to improve the farming and to increase the volume of agricultural produce.
The societies operating in different districts and villages of West Bengal are required to be updated. These societies need to improve it by implementing technical support and skilled staffs. Technology is required to be used in credit providing societies operated through the villages of West Bengal. With the implementation of technology in these credit providing societies number of farmers are been connected and they are provided with a required amount of facilities. Facilities provided by the Gramin societies those are established for helping the farmers also includes technical as well as theoretical knowledge about farming. The main aim of these societies is to provide sufficient cash for the farmers of West Bengal to help them to mitigate problems those are often faced by them due to the shortage of fund and agricultural techniques. Using updated technologies in farming needs more funds for which the credit providing societies required to improve its infrastructure associated with providing sufficient fund to the farmers.