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23  25 jan 2013 csisa kathmandu segmenting training priorities k ambij and v. singh
 

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    23  25 jan 2013 csisa kathmandu segmenting training priorities k ambij and v. singh 23 25 jan 2013 csisa kathmandu segmenting training priorities k ambij and v. singh Presentation Transcript

    • Segmenting CSISA’s TrainingPriorities (dealers, service providers, state extension and KVK’s) and Potential Role of Certification. BR Kamboj and Virender Kumar CIMMYT-India office
    • Training priorities for input dealers• Trainings should relate to input use – Seed treatment – Varietal selection – Weed management – Fertilizer management – Pesticide spray equipments and application technology – Pest management including insects and diseases• Training on these aspects should be crop wise – Rice, wheat, and maize• Training should be organized twice in a season – Before onset of season: on first 5 aspects – During season: pest management• Literature – 1 pager/crop on above mentioned aspects in local language – Monthly message on key management practices of that month through SMS/email/web (common message developed by KVK’s, SAU, and CSISA etc.)• Field exposure to show the performance of best bet crop management practices through travelling seminar• Yearly trainings on latest update with respect to machineries/technology/inputs/crop management etc
    • Training priorities for service providers • Trainings should focus on – Machinery operation, handling, maintenance and repair – Key management aspects of technology they are involved in providing services – Business opportunities/entrepreneurship • Literature – 1 pager/technology wise in local language • Provide contact details of key technical persons
    • Training priorities for State Department • Detailed trainings on technical aspects of key CA-based entry point technology including machineries and management • Training on key reasons of yield gaps and technological interventions to overcome these gaps • Trainings on new innovative extension modules/approaches • Travelling seminars
    • Training priorities for KVK’s• Trainings on the aspects identified by SWOT analysis• Trainings/on-station experimentation on cropping system optimization and component technologies• Trainings on new innovative extension modules/approaches• Travelling seminars
    • Potential role of certification• Knowledge• Confidence• Recognition• Credibility• Respect• Better quality services to the farmers at their door steps• Business opportunity/professionalism• Connect to different knowledge sharing centers/agencies/institutionsFor effective implementation, government agencies should be part of certification process.
    • Potential role of certification• Knowledge• Confidence• Recognition• Credibility• Respect• Better quality services to the farmers at their door steps• Business opportunity/professionalism• Connect to different knowledge sharing centers/agencies/institutionsFor effective implementation, government agencies should be part of certification process.