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information and communication technology

information and communication technology

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    • Information Communication Technology (ICT)
    • What is ICT? According to UNESCO (2004) ICT can be broadly understood as technology that facilitates communication, processing and transmission of communication by electronic means. ICT means technology required for information processing particularly electronic computers and computer software to convert, store, process, transmit and retrieve information is referred to as ICT
    • Tools of ICTs Old tools New tools Radio Mobile phone Television Multimedia Telephone Internet and satellite
    • ICT projects in IndiaSl. No. State No. of projects 1 Delhi 45 2 Karnataka 44 3 A.P 35 4 Tamilnadu 29 5 Maharashtra 28 6 Kerala 13 7 Gujarath 11 8 Rajasthan 09 9 M.P 08 10 U.P 08
    • Uses of ICT in agricultural development Online information on education, training and consultation E-commerce, direct linkage between local producers, traders, retailers and suppliers Facilitation, interaction among researchers, extension workers and farmers Question and answer services (kissasn call center)
    •  Up to date information to farmers about package of practices, market information, weather forecasting, input supply, credit availability Provision of early warning system about disease/pest problems, rural development programmes and crop insurance etc Marketing of milk and milk products
    •  Increased efficiency of cooperatives through computer communication network Tele education to farmers Websites established by agricultural institutions on latest information to extension workers
    • ICT projects in KarnatakaSl. No. State Project1 Karnataka Bhoomi Kisan call centre
    • IssuesLack of qualified graduates at level – ILess number of terminals in KCCNot handling call at level-IIPoor publicityLess salary for the level – I staff
    • Conclusion It caters the needs of the farmers Improves the communication process It saves the time and money Helps in disseminating the information quickly over a large area