Agri-Input Dealer

Agri-Input Dealer manages to provide the right input and cooperatives to farmers, at the right price and at the right time. Short Work Description: Agri-Input Vendor manages to make agri inputs and compliance available to the farmer in a timely manner and provides advice to farmers on good farming practices such as integrated farming, integrated pest management, cattle grazing and rearing, and other related strategies. Your Qualifications: Agri-Input Merchant should be able to work and make a variety of smart and professional decisions about his or her workplace. It should be clear, have the ability to make small adjustments and should be effective. One must have the ability to read, write, communicate, analyze and communicate Agri-Input Dealer.

Assess ago ecological situation of the area Agri-Input Dealer:

agriculture Agri-Input Dealer

In order to be effective, each user / individual must be able to: PC1. indicate the prevalence and past climate zones where customers are located PC2. explore climate constraints and their impact on PC3 production in agriculture. Interpret current sowing systems used for existing conditions and limit the input types required for PC4. understand the importance of agro-meteorological information for plant production PC5. conduct a field visit / exposure to Agrometrological testing to familiarize yourself with the various weather conditions and their application in the PC6 farming environment. conduct interviews with established vendors, professionals and knowledgeable people on this PC7 domain. use computers to monitor agriculture and market data Ensure soil health management To be competent, user / individual must be able to: PC8. perform soil sampling and note PC9 soil test results. identify deficits of large and small elements in the soil of PC10. use liquid fertilizers and crop growth controllers as they apply to the PC11 site. make visits to farmers’ fields / research stations / bio-fertilizers and vermi compost production sites Agri-Input Dealer

combine rainy farming areas To be competent, user / individual must be able to: PC12. research crop planning under various PC13 dry agricultural production systems. identify the opportunity for the management of PC14 natural resources for dry agriculture. analyze the impact of climate change and rainfall-based agricultural practices, where PC15 applies. include integrated water flow management and rainforest management in rain-fed agriculture Identifying seeds and seed production strategies To be effective, the user / individual must be able to: PC16. identify different types of seeds according to label categories, germination tests, etc. identify seed production processes, seed certification, seed storage, care as applicable in the PC18 area. make field visits to seed production sites to understand quality seed production processes Find irrigation methods To be competent, user / individual must be able to: PC19. identify irrigation methods as they apply to the area and the basic principles of the same PC20. ensure proper understanding of the installation and management of sub-irrigation rules and budgets on the same PC21. visit farmers’ fields to familiarize themselves with the spraying and application system for various crops Ensuring weed control in plants In order

to be effective, the user / individual must be able to: PC22. identify the different types of weeds PC23. research integrated weed control methods and advise farmers on the same PC24. visiting various fields on the farm to study the existing weed control methods used by farmers. ensure proper understanding of the operation of farm implements and their PC26. identify sources and estimate the estimated cost of farm equipment as wellPC27 machines. identify and highlight the importance of leasing agricultural supply points in different areas Ensuring plant health management To be competent, user / individual must be able to: PC28. identify the types of pests and diseases that affect plants PC29. distinguish between different types of pests and diseases by drawing, coloring and labeling insects and their damage PC30. write down the various disease programs and nutrient deficiencies PC31. identify different types of pesticides, insecticides, and compounds for various plants and plants PC32. perform precautionary measures in the procurement, management and use of chemicals and first aid during emergency PC33 situations. make field visits to farmers’ areas to observe and see plant damage caused by pests PC34. make field visits to environmentally friendly laboratories to understand the production of bio agents / bio pesticides To identify cattle management methods T To be competent, the user / individual must be able to: PC35. identify the best ways to raise and raise cattle PC36. ensure proper understanding of livestock management strategies and programs PC37. create field fields in agricultural fields to understand current cattle management practices Analyze the production technology of large local crop plants To be competent, each user / individual must be able to: PC38. interpreting and analyzing plant production technology for large plant species PC39. identifying an integrated farming system and good agricultural practices to be used as PC40. identify recommended production technology proves Agri-Input Dealer

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes) Agri-Input Dealer:

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. methods and importance agriculture production systems KA2. understanding farmer demand KA3. methods and importance of consulting with established dealers and other experts in the domain

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. different agricultural needs and inputs included KB2. the process of conducting a user survey in the farmer’s field KB3. different ago climates KB4. importance of water management in crop production KB5. Land profile, species, characteristics and structures (physical, chemical, biological) KB6. soil testing methods, examples and interpretation of test results KB7. local soil problems and its management KB8. Nutrient supplementation of large and small nutrients KB9. integrated nutrient management KB10. seed certification, storage, seed quality control, seed production methods KB11.Important and seed management process KB12. basic principles and various methods of watering KB13. installation and management of small-scale irrigation systems KB14.colorized weed control KB15.musiness and operational efficiency of the farm KB16.the use of modern pesticides and pesticides for pesticide and disease control KB17. of large locally operated plants KB20. in infrastructure such as godson, warehouses, etc. to store purchased goods Agri-Input Dealer

Core Skills/ Generic Skills Agri-Input Dealer:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. be aware of the information that will be provided to SA2. complete the relevant SA3 applications. note the details required to set up shop / store SA4. write to communicate with government officials, financial institutions and staff Learning Skills The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA5. read links from various SA6 government departments. learn internal communication from employees Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SA7. discuss job lists, schedules and tasks with SA8 staff. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA9. contact with farmers, government officials, banks, etc.

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SB1. analyze critical points in daily activities with experience and observation and find control measures to solve the SB2 problem. manage and resolve all operational issues Edit and edit User / employee need to know and understand: SB3. edit and edit work SB4. planning and assigning responsibilities / responsibilities to SB5 employees. plan to focus on work based on the order / market that requires SB6. plans to use time and equipment Customer Level The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB7. understand customer needs and priorities and respond to their needs. Problem Solving The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB8. access a possible solution to marketing-related problems, by consulting with knowledgeable / concerned people Analytical Thinking The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB9. use domain information about maintenance procedures and technical information about farm equipment and input Important Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB10. use common sense and make daily judgments SB11. use critical thinking skills to identify and solve basic problems Agri-Input Dealer

Plan for establishment of Agric-Input Outlet Agri-Input Dealer:

To be competent, each user / individual must be familiar with PC1. identify companies / agricultural procurement sources and PC2. keep an eye on the market in terms of product prices and investments, styles and demand for PC3. identify the suppliers of large quantities from which PC4 inputs can be purchased. select the type of argic and allied input that will be sold to farmers such as fertilizers, pesticides, seeds, other farm implements and machinery. find bank limits for supply of goods and equipment PC6. obtain licenses for national government mainly for seed, pesticides and PC7 fertilizers. identify and ensure adherence to major central / national government programs related to agricultural development PC8. following the guidelines and procedures set out for actions such as:  seed action  pest control, user / individual should be able to: PC9. monthly sales forecast for the year PC10. predicting the cost of specific assets for each PC11 item. predict indirect costs for each month of the year PC12. calculate the direct and indirect costs of each month of the year PC13. properly configure the financial system Select the setting location In order to be effective, the user / individual must be able to:

up and sell PC14 input. choose a store location in your area based on the following parameters:  available  proximity to farm holdings  availability of basic resources  suitable ventilation PC15. verify the availability of go own storage space for PC16 input. hiring agencies and other employees in accordance with the need to sell inputs to available farmers, allow agents to establish PC17 kiosks / small shops. buy inputs at a cost that can cost farmers PC18. sell your money to farmers for money or for debt Agri-Input Dealer

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes):

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. procedures for setting business plans and goals KA2. procedures for carrying out market analysis and survey KA3. methods to identify location

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. agricultural types and inputs associated with their value KB2. provision of supply and demand for argic inputs and compliance with KB3. use the input tendency of argic inputs and interaction with KB4 producers. benefits of Laws, Rules and Regulations related to agriculture and the involvement of investments in farmers and traders

Core Skills/ Generic Skills Agri-Input Dealer:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. be aware of the information that will be provided to SA2. complete the relevant SA3 applications. note the details required to set up shop / store SA4. write to communicate with government officials, financial institutions and staff Learning Skills The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA5. read links from various SA6 government departments. read internal communication from employees Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA7. discuss job lists, schedules and tasks with staff Agri-Input Dealer

SA8. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA9. contact with farmers, government officials, banks, etc. B. Making Professional Skills Decisions A user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB1. analyze critical points in daily activities with experience and observation and find control measures to solve the SB2 problem. manage and resolve all operational issues Edit and edit User / employee need to know and understand: SB3. edit and edit work SB4. planning and assigning responsibilities / responsibilities to SB5 employees. set job evaluation based on order / market requiring SB6. plans to use time and resources Medium Customer The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB7. understand customer needs and priorities and respond to their needs. Problem Solving The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB8. access a possible solution to marketing-related problems, by consulting with knowledgeable / concerned people Analytical Thinking The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB9. use domain information about maintenance procedures and technical information about farm equipment and input Important Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB10. use common sense and make daily judgments SB11. use critical thinking skills to identify and solve basic problems Agri-Input Dealer

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Disseminate information to farmers Agri-Input Dealer:

In order to be effective, each user / individual must be able to: PC1. Interpret the current practice of farmers and identify where there are gaps to provide advice and resources to meet their PC2 needs. provide training to farmers using channels such as community radio, community meetings, local media, etc., disseminating information on good farming practices and improved seed use and PC3 fertilizer. identify small plots or areas in local communities in the village where, the planting and growth of different seed varieties can be shown to farmers PC4. use online networks and other digital media to disseminate information to farmers on the latest agricultural practices PC5. educating farmers on the integration / production of all village farmers to be transported and sold in markets / markets / urban areas controlled at better prices / suitable PC6. advise farmers on the following areas:  importance of soil testing, sampling and integrated nutrient management  importance of quality seeds in crop production  seed production methods, storage and obtaining seed certification integrated weed management methods  size and importance of farm machinery water conservation and other natural resources  health value of farm cattle and hygiene, nutrition and animal welfare To conduct marketing In order to be competent, the user / individual must be able to :

PC7 enhancement functions. set kiosks / booths for home shows and kisaeng food to create PC8 visibility. create fields to visit farmers’ homes and teach them about the importance of good farming and shared installation of PC9. offer discounts on special occasions such as PC10 celebrations. encourage farmers to visit the shop during the information transmission process Agri-Input Dealer

Carry out stock management of agriculture inputs:

In order to be effective, that person must be able to: PC1. store the required amount of seed stock, fertilizer, etc. PC2. set the input to the recommended size PC3. Focus on setting in-season inputs and inputs that will pass next season to PC4. offer discounted stock if customers can afford it at a standard PC5 price. organize and display stock in an orderly fashion; organize and display goods to make it easier for farmers to see and easily view and calculate PC6. verify stock and check if the correct amount of input required for sale is available for PC7. keep stock records as indicated in regulatory actions such as Seed Act, Fertilizer Control Order and Insecticide Act PC8. Use stock records to determine what points to re-order, when to order and how much Agri-Input Dealer

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. be aware of the information that will be provided to SA2. complete the relevant SA3 applications. note the details required to set up shop / store SA4. write to communicate with government officials, financial institutions and staff Learning Skills The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA5. read links from various SA6 government departments. read internal communication from employees Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA7. discuss job lists, schedules and tasks with SA8 staff. listen to and understand the information provided by Speaker SA9. contact with farmers, government officials, banks, etc. B. Making Professional Skills Decisions A user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB1. analyze critical points in daily activities with experience and observation and identify control mechanisms to resolve SB2 issues. manage and resolve all operational issues Edit and edit User / employee need to know and understand: SB3. edit and edit work SB4. planning and assigning responsibilities / responsibilities to SB5 employees. set job evaluation based on order / market requiring SB6. plan to use time and equipment Centricity Customer User / employee needs to know and understand: SB7. understand customer needs and priorities and respond to their needs. Problem Solving The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB8. access a possible solution to marketing-related problems, by consulting with knowledgeable / concerned people Analytical Thinking The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB9. use background information about maintenance procedures and technical information about farm equipment and input Important Thinking The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB10.how to use comprehension and decision making day in and day out SB11.use thinking skills identify and solve basic problems

Guidelines for Assessment:

  1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will
    be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical
    for each PC
  2. The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC.
  3. Assessment will be conducted for all compulsory NOS, as well as the selected elective NOS/set of NOS.
    OR
  4. Assessment will be conducted for all compulsory NOS, as well as the selected optional NOS/set of NOS.
  5. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each
    examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below)
  6. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaulations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training
    center based on this criteria
  7. To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 70% of aggregate marks to successfully clear the
    assessment.
  8. In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack