E governance in agricultural sector

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E governance in agricultural sector

  1. 1. E- governance in agricultural sector MADE BY: SANYA SINGH PREETI BISHT MBA- ISM UPES, DEHRADUN
  2. 2. e-governance It is the transformation of government to provide efficient ,convenient &transparent services to the Citizens & Businesses through Information & Communication Technologies.
  3. 3. E- gov in agricutural sector  Improve the quality and standards of existing agriculture related governance products and services being provided.  Provide new agriculture related governance services and products to the citizens/ users which are needed but have not been provided so far.  Enhance the participation of agrarian community in deciding what governance products and services should be provided and in what manner.
  4. 4. Major components of strong egovernance  A focus on improved social and economic outcomes.  A balance of increased flexibility and choice in service with ensuring common public good.  Building on public engagement initiatives to educate and enable them to contribute to improving the quality.  Greater transparency and accountability to the public.
  5. 5. Major e-governance initiatives  Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)  Information to farmers on govt. programs and schemes.  Agricultural marketing information network.  Agriculture Credit & Marketing.  Drought Management.  Kisan Call Centre.  Registration of Pesticides.  Rainfed farming system.  Integrated Nutrient Management.  Horticulture Development.
  6. 6. E-governance projects in agricultural sector  The Agriculture Mission Mode Project is one of the 27 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) of the National egovernance Plan of the Government of India. It is being run under the direction of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation.  The project focuses on providing informational services to farmers on a variety of farm-related issues including seeds, soil-test-based information, fertilizers, pests, government schemes, and weather.  Aims to replicate the agricultural e-governance projects and provide the services through multiple delivery channels.
  7. 7. E-governance projects in agricultural sector  West Bengal – Agri-portal matirk katha for agriculture dept. (Gov. of WB)  Rajasthan – e-gram  Karnataka- BELE(crop)- web enabled AGRISNET information system, e- mandi -> online agricultural marketing system, BHOOMI.  Chhattisgarh- AGMARKNET -> computerization of food grain supply chain & civil supplies dept.  Madhya Pradesh- Gyandoot.  UP & PUNJAB - TARAhaat (Technology & Action for Rural Advancement)
  8. 8. MAJOR CHALLENGES  Lack of clear policies & inadequate funding of ICT in NARS.  Establishing connectivity between various ministries and departments.  Education and public awareness.  Government intervention in labor, land & credit markets.  Inadequate allocation of water.  Overregulation of domestic agricultural trade.  Inadequate infrastructure.  Scientific & Technical information.  Inadequate skills to use and manage ICT & information.
  9. 9. FAILURE IN E-governance projects
  10. 10. IDEAS & recommendations  Provide public sector funding and human resources.  Provide time to time feedback and survey.  Implement proper management ,structure and planning of project.  Proper communication between project unit and stakeholders.  Adoption of new and improved technologies.  Proper guidance, awareness..  Implementation of cluster network.  To appoint individuals with professional skills in technology project management.
  11. 11. IDEAS & recommendations  Proper project tracking tools should be integrated.  Complete transparency from the implementation to the completion of the project.  Advance and adequate project management tools to be provided to the government.  Cost, schedule, quality milestones checkpoints, timeline should get included as part of the project deliverables.  Standard process setup for change management and control.  Proper stakeholders’ feedback can be taken and suitably incorporated.
  12. 12. THANK YOU

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