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AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:

AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Submitted by GURBAJ SINGH L-2010-A-24-M

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION In the 21 st century, it will be increasingly necessary, to take a whole system approach to organized, positive change in rural places. It means helping farming people towards sustainable production. This will require efficient agricultural management system.

AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:

AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Successful extension is a main condition for effective management. Local participation is a key to extension programme success. Extension does not stand alone. Extension needs a supportive policy framework.

CHALLENGES TO AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:

CHALLENGES TO AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CONTROL AND ACCOUNTABILITY SUSTAINABILITY PARTICIPATION ROLE OF WOMEN IN FARMING GREED AND CORRUPTION

TRENDS:

TRENDS Farmer Led Extension. Farmers participatory research and extension. Research-Extension linkages. Sustainable agriculture through extension. Participative Action Model. Strategic Extension Campaign. Agriculture training via internet. Improving women participation.

1. FARMER LED EXTENSION :

1. FARMER LED EXTENSION Extension approaches which are locally controlled and managed are found necessary. These approaches promotes farmers and other rural people as the principle agents of change in their communities. Government, non-government organization, farmers and other developing agencies experimenting with a wide range of approaches to agriculture like farmers field schools etc.

2. FARMERS PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND EXTENSION :

2. FARMERS PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND EXTENSION Experience over the last decade suggests that participatory approaches to technical change are falling into: public sector approaches which are generally part of a client orientation strategy and rarely aim to do more than enhance the functions of technology design and delivery and NGO approaches which generally aims for empowerment of weaker groups.

3. RESEARCH-EXTENSION LINKAGES. :

3. RESEARCH-EXTENSION LINKAGES. Evidence shows that integrating research, education and extension can improve overall performance of agricultural management system. Research, extension and education need to be farmer-participatory and interactive in order to contribute agriculture knowledge and technology that results in collective learning, enhances local capabilities and generates sustainable development processes.

4. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE THROUGH EXTENSION :

4. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE THROUGH EXTENSION There are concerns about the environment impact of agricultural technologies and over the long term sustainability of farming system. Mass media and extension materials contains information to help farmers decide how to adjust farming practices in the interest of sustainability

5. PARTICIPATIVE ACTION MODEL :

5. PARTICIPATIVE ACTION MODEL Participative action model (PAM) is a management model where all relevant agencies, groups and individuals with a common interest in development or R & D together. They form a platform to facilitate joint industry problem solving. It is developed by Prof. Shankariah Chamala, university of Queensland.

6. STRATEGIC EXTENSION CAMPAIGN:

6. STRATEGIC EXTENSION CAMPAIGN The strategic extension campaign (SEC) approach has been developed and introduced by FAO in Asia. This is designed to improve the impact of an existing organized extension service. The SEC technology transfer and application approach is need-based, demand driven and has a problem-solving orientation.

7. AGRICULTURE TRAINING VIA INTERNET:

7. AGRICULTURE TRAINING VIA INTERNET Distance learning has become a popular method of instruction, especially for those with demanding full-time jobs or who find it difficult to invest time and expense in travel. One of the most recent form of distance education to be explored is interactive interaction exclusively via the internet.

8. IMPROVING WOMEN PARTICIPATION:

8. IMPROVING WOMEN PARTICIPATION Women’s access to land use, control and entitlement is important to improve their participation in extension services. Yet extension strategies themselves need to be gender focused. Women’s participation in extension activities will strengthen rural development and food security at national and world levels.

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