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  • 1. Knowledge Management Concept, Access, Creation, Application and Services Bhim Upadhyaya bhimupadhyaya@gmail.com 1
  • 2. Knowledge Management It embodies organizational processes that seek synergistic combination of data and information processing, capacity of information technologies, and the creative and innovative capacity of human beings. 2
  • 3. 3 10000 yrs 300 yrs 50 yrs 20 yrs
  • 4. Technological Knowledge Progress Time (Years Ago) Technology Developed 1 lakh Stone tools for hunting. 40 thousand Arms for war and security 800 Clock, Compass & Instruments 100-190 Rail, Road, Electricity, Telecom, Automobiles 50-100 Airplane, Atomic energy, TV, Computers 50 Hence All modern gadgets and equip’t.4
  • 5. Information, Data, Knowledge, & Wisdom • Information is message has receiver and sender. • Data is uninterrupted information. • Knowledge is information which has use and purpose, and exists in the heads of people. • Wisdom is decent culture and behavior imparted by generations of knowledge.5
  • 6. Peter Drucker: Knowledge Society • Borderlessness because the knowledge travels more effortlessly than money. • Upward mobility available to everyone through easily acquired formal education. • The potential for failure as well as for success. Anyone can acquire means of production i.e. knowledge required for the job, but not everyone can win. 6
  • 7. KNOWLEDGE PENTAGON ACCESS Knowled CONCEPTS ge CREATION APPLICATIONS SERVICES 7
  • 8. Food for Thoughts • If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it. (Access) - Margaret Fuller • Education is not filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.(Concepts) -William B. Keats • Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody else has thought. (Creation) - Jonathan Swift • If you give me rice, I’ll eat today; if you teach me how to grow rice, I’ll eat every day. (Application) - Mahatma Gandhi • Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives. (Services) - James Madison 8
  • 9. KNOWLEDGE LIFECYCLE Post Work Birth Infancy Childhood Young Age Work Age Age • Health • Primary • Secondary • Family • Sharing Education Education, Life, Wisdom & • Hygiene • Health • Higher • Work Experience • Nutrition Education, • Nutrition Life • Sports • Entertainment Acquiring Knowledge Using Knowledge to Generate Wealth & Welfare 9 Health, Knowledge & Well-being
  • 10. KNOWLEDGE PROCESS • Generation of new knowledge • Dissemination of knowledge on a continuous basis • Utilization of knowledge – Health-care – Agriculture – Government – Industries – Traditional knowledge 10
  • 11. TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE • Documentation, standardization, validation, dissemination and utilization in – Agriculture – Medical and health care – Art and culture • Contemporary relevance 11
  • 12. ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE Increase Reach & Opportunities • Literacy • Affirmative action • Knowledge delivery – Libraries – Networks • National Web-based Portals – Water, Energy, Environment, Health, Education, Citizen Rights • Language/Translation 12
  • 13. KNOWLEDGE CONCEPTS All levels and forms of education • Elementary • Secondary • Vocational • University • Professional • Research • Continuous Learning • Distance Learning 13
  • 14. KNOWLEDGE CREATION Taking the lead in generating new knowledge Science & Technology • Innovation Workshops • Entrepreneurship Training • IPRs and regulatory framework • Venture capital • Nation-A global destination for R&D • Creation of new institutions • Modernization of existing institutions 14
  • 15. KNOWLEDGE APPLICATIONS Agriculture • Information and Knowledge flow to farmers • Extension services • Supply chains • New sources of earning • Value addition through new technologies • Financial services for farmers • Storage and transport • Value chain to the market place 15
  • 16. KNOWLEDGE APPLICATIONS Rural Sector & SMEs • Skill development • Technologies • Market access • Inputs • Access to credit • Remove knowledge disparities 16
  • 17. KNOWLEDGE APPLICATIONS Traditional Knowledge • Documentation, standardization, validation, dissemination and utilization in – Agriculture • Eg. Water harvesting – Medical and health care • Eg. Plant-based drugs – Art and culture • Eg. Folk music and rural crafts 17
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  • 24. Level-3 Level-2 Agricultural Experts from Universities/Institutions Kisan Call Centre – 8 States – 83 Seats 5 Lakh Calls From Farmers, Level-1 Fishermen Last one year Dial 1551 – Toll Free 24 www.presidentofindia.nic.in
  • 25. Typical knowledge requirements of Farmers Sl.No Activity Knowledge Required 1. Soil Soil health (nutrition and microbes), soil testing facility and how to improve the soil condition, the most suitable crop for the season for the present condition of the soil. Suitability for multi-cropping. 2. Seed Suitable variety /hybrid of a crop, source of a seed, right price, testing of the germination. Recommended production protocol for a particular village and particular season by State Agricultural Universities or District Agricultural Extension Office. 3. Water Management Irrigation, monsoon and conservation, Harvesting technologies, typical arrival dates of monsoon, action to be taken by farmers in case of delays in monsoon arrival or water arrival in irrigation canals. Participation in village water harvesting schemes. 4. Post Harvest Management grains storage, cold storage, packaging, transport, marketing and agro waste management. 5. Productivity increase Experience of neighboring villagers on certain productivity increase schemes through training and technology infusion. 6. Crop Insurance Premium to be paid, number of agencies available and 25 conditions of Insurance.
  • 26. Typical knowledge requirements of Farmers Sl.No Activity Knowledge Required 7. Banking and Financial For what farming activity at what condition where the loans systems are available (co-operative bank, NABARD, and other rural banks), relative interest rates of different banks, the need for collaterals for drawing a loan, government policies on loan subsidy mix, interest rates, most economic financial plan. loan waiving conditions in case of crop failure. 8. Education Awareness of need for educating the children, schools where they can be educated. Once they complete the school where they can pursue higher education and methodology of application Preparation and Entrance. Craftsmen and vocational training centers. Entrepreneurial training. 9. Healthcare Preventive vaccination and health care of the children and adults, hygiene and sanitation, Government medical support available in the Village, medical institutions which Can be accessed in case of serious cases. Availability of co-operative health insurance Scheme. 10. Employment and Rural development schemes for PURA, possible rural Entrepreneurial enterprises for products which have an assured 26 national / opportunities international market.
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  • 29. Tamilnadu 29
  • 30. Maharashtra By Pravara Medical Trust 30
  • 31. MadhyaPradesh By DRI 31
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  • 33. NEPAL 33
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  • 38. Profiles in Courage Pakistan & India Malik Khuda Baskh Bucha Minister of Agriculture, Pakistan C. Subramaniam Minister of Agriculture, India 38
  • 39. Chinese Leadership Chou En-Lai Prime Minister 1949-76 Deng-Xiaoping Paramount Leader 1978-89 He Kang Minister of Agriculture 1978-90 39
  • 40. Visionary Political and Science Leaders Dr V Kurien M Visweswaraiya Jamshedji Tata A Premji Dr B Pathak Sreedharan N Murthy Dr A Reddy Dr Sam Pitroda 68 40 Vilasrao Salunkhe Dr R A Mashelkar
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  • 42. Maharishi Pathanjali in Yoga Sutra (500BC) WHEN YOU ARE INSPIRED BY SOME GREAT PURPOSE, SOME EXTRAORDINARY PROJECT, ALL YOUR THOUGHTS BREAK THEIR BOUNDS. YOUR MIND TRANSCENDS LIMITATIONS, YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS EXPANDS IN EVERY DIRECTION, AND YOU FIND YOURSELF IN A NEW, GREAT AND WONDERFUL WORLD. DORMANT FORCES, FACULTIES AND TALENTS COME ALIVE, AND YOU DISCOVER YOURSELF TO BE A GREATER PERSON BY FAR THAN YOU EVER DREAMT YOURSELF TO BE . 42
  • 43. The basis of all systems, social or political, rests upon the goodness of men.No nation is great or good because parliament enacts this or that, but its men are great and good. 43
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  • 46. OUR HERITAGE 1 May we see for hundred years 2 May we live for hundred years 3 May we acquire knowledge for hundred years 4 May we go prospering and progressing for hundred years 5 May we go on being nourished for hundred years 6 May we remain strong and sturdy for hundred years 7 May we retain our prestige and influence for hundred years 8 May we retain all these powers for sight etc. for greater number of years than hundred.” 46