The soil and weather condition in Assam, and particularly Majuli is very much suitable for various paddy cultivation as well as other vegetables, fruits and herbs.
Taking advantage of the suitability of the soil and climatic conditions, some educated youths of Majuli, the river island district of Assam has begun a green revolution of sorts at Miri village of Ratanpur region of the district.
These youths have set an example as how to turn a neglected cropland into a goldmine by cultivating banana trees through purely organic way.
These highly educated youth are now busy shaping their dreams of a green revolution in Majuli.
Ramgovind Doley, Manoj Doley, Debranjan Doley, Jiten Doley and Raju Doley alongwith several other youths of the village have turned around 12 acres of neglected cropland which otherwise were filled with filth and mud into a profitable venture.
These youth have become role models for many in the district today through their hardwork, dedication and zeal to do something of their own despite acquiring high education.
Notably, the geographically Majuli is suitable for banana cultivation and these highly educated youths are cashing on it.
The endeavour has been patronized by the Mising Autonomous Council under the stewardship of Neel Doley.
Now these youths are expecting to earn around six to lakhs of rupees from their banana cultivation annually.