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Use Of I.T. In Agriculture

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  • 1. Well come THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA
  • 2.  
  • 3. REASON FOR SELECTION OF TOPIC
    • Agriculture or farming is the backbone of India’s economy, as two-thirds of the population live in rural areas and depend (directly or indirectly) on agriculture for a living.
    • It can be observed that compared to the yield in other countries, yield of several crops in India is significantly low .
    • the yield falls. Hence it is necessary to find solutions that improve the chances of crop success.
  • 4. INTRODUCTION OF TOPIC
    • In spite of successful research on new agricultural practices concerning crop cultivation, majority of the farmers are not getting upper-bound yield due to several reasons
    • We propose the framework for a cost-effective agricultural information dissemination system to disseminate expert agricultural knowledge to the farming community in order to improve crop productivity.
  • 5. CONTINUE….
    • it aims to provide expert advice which is crucial to the Indian farmer to harvest different kinds of crop varieties based on the demand in the world market.
    • According to above instruction we can very well establish the relationship between the information technology and computer related services with the farmers who are working hard in their farm
  • 6.  
  • 7. PASSIVE USE OF I.T IN AGRICULTURE
  • 8. PROCESS OF DATA MAINTAINENCE & ACCESSING AGRIDS : Agriculture Information Dissemination System
  • 9. DISTRIBUTION OF DATA
  • 10. MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRDUCTS
    • Farmers’ crop database must be managed.
    • Crops information service system should be created.
    • Production techniques and information inquiry system should be created.
    • Production equipment’s inquiry service system should be created.
  • 11. ACTIVE USE OF I.T. IN AGRICULTURE
  • 12. 1. SEEDS DEVELOPMENT
    • Remote management of grain storage facility for high quality of agricultural products
    • Remote environmental monitoring system via the Internet
    • Real-time monitoring and analysis of temperature variation in the storage facility
    • Collection and distribution of crop growth stage information and pest information using GPS (Global Positioning System)
  • 13. 2. SOIL DEVELOPMENT
    • Technology is dramatically increasing the amount of land each farmer can work effectively.
    • Using the GPS vocational device and sensors in the field, farmers can harvest, along with their crops, detailed digital maps of their fields.
    • Precise application reduces waste and improves yield
  • 14. 3.WEATHER FORCASTING
  • 15. CONCLUSION
    • We believe that, particularly in the case of agriculture, there is a great potential to benefit from IT .
    • the framework for an IT-based agricultural information dissemination system is proposed. By exploiting progress in IT.
    • It can be rightly stated that though Information Technology in the agriculture is in growing stage in the Indian context
    • IT will be one of the most important areas in the near future for agricultural development
  • 16.  
  • 17. BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • SUCCESSFUL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
    • FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    • Seishi Ninomiya
    • National Agricultural Research Centre,
    • National Agricultural Research Organization
    • Kannondai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8666, Japan
    • GENERAL ARTICLES OF A FRAMEWORK OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-BASED AGRICULTURE INFORMATION DISSEMINATION SYSTEM TO IMPROVE CROP PRODUCTIVITY
    • P. Krishna Reddy* and R. Ankaiah
    • ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE
    • Dr. Sunil Phougat
    • Research Fellow,
    • Department of Economics,
    • M.D. University, Rohtak – 124001 (Haryana).
    • INTERNET SOURSE
    • www.google.com
    • www.yahoo.com
    • www.fb.com
  • 18. THANK YOU

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