Agriculture Extension Service Provider

Agriculture Extension Service Provider

Agricultural Extension Provider: The Service Provider is responsible for the rapid transfer of information and technology to farmers. It reduces the remaining time between technology production and its transfer to farmers by increasing productivity, productivity and income from agriculture and the continuously integrated sectors. Brief description of the job: The agricultural services provider provides lectures, guidance and demonstrations on the latest agricultural-related technologies. He also works with other agricultural experts to learn more or develop new methods that can advance production. Your Qualifications: A job requires that the person be equipped with the latest techniques and knowledge related to agriculture. He or she must have good knowledge of the subject, be able to create motivation and confidence among the farmers Agriculture Extension Service Provider.

Plan for the extension services Agriculture Extension Service Provider:

In order to be effective, each user / individual must be able to: PC1. to hold discussions with senior management advisors to arrange where services should be provided to PC2. combine information from various sources such as news, the Internet, exhibitions, conferences, workspace, communication with PC3 experts. take appropriate feedback from senior management advisors on what type of training should be offered in the selected PC4 area. take the appropriate input which is the technology that will fit the PC5 selected area. take ideas of what factors to consider in providing PC6 demonstrations and training. take ideas of what tools and equipment should be used to provide preparatory services Prepare to provide extension services To be competent, the user / individual must be able to: PC7. take in-house training of topic specialists to prepare to provide PC8 extension services. clarify all doubts in the internal training of PC9. get power over the PC10 story. understand the new technology that will be shown on PC11. understand the use of tools and equipment to be used for PC12 extension services. configure contact with farmers in the PC13 selected area. research local socio-economic factors selected by PC14. research the agricultural climate in the selected area Customize the application To be competent, the user / individual must be able to: PC15. describe an application with listed technologies, tools and equipment, training methods, etc. PC16. determine the date and time when farmers need to be contacted via PC17. determine the time frame for a variety of extension services, such as soil tests, previous demonstrations and PC18 training. follow the budget guide and prepare an affordable plan for extension services Agriculture Extension Service Provider

Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes) Agriculture Extension Service Provider:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. applicable law, standards, policies, and procedures in the workplace KA2. appropriate health and safety requirements applicable to workplace KA3. your job role and responsibilities and resources about KA4 work. who can request assistance to obtain work-related information, specifications and KA5 funding. the importance of compliance with health, hygiene, safety and quality standards and the impact of non-compliance on consumer and business KA6. documents and related procedures applicable to the context of the work

Technical Knowledge:

The person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. various climatic parameters such as very high and very low temperatures, pressure and distribution of rain (rain), relative humidity etc. pests and diseases in the region given the agricultural climate, the life cycles of these pests and diseases and the sources of KB3 infection. various scientific methods and growing technologies for crop production, farmer production and KB4 income. areas such as crop rotation, irrigation and watering, plant breeding, plant physiology, soil classification, soil fertility, weed control, pest and insect control etc. KB5. various activities have the potential to increase yields and reduce the incidence of pests and diseases KB6. the latest technological advances with the potential to increase crop yields and resource efficiency KB7. factors affecting the socio-economic profile of farmers KB8. The social and cultural constitution of farmers KB9. factors affecting farmers’ decisions to choose which crops to grow and what technology they use for the same KB10. building design techniques KB11. tools to be used in the research and investigation of KB12. equipment, equipment and other inputs to be used to test KB13. new types of tools and equipment KB14. tools and equipment to be used in extension activities Agriculture Extension Service Provider

Core Skills/ Generic Skills Agriculture Extension Service Provider:

The person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. write a field visitation plan Learning skills A person at work needs to know and understand: the SA2 method. update the latest technology by reading research articles, attending meetings, conferences etc. SA3. keep up-to-date with reading brochures, pamphlets, product information sheets, etc. SA4. read relevant newspapers / brochures, etc. Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking Skills) The person at work needs to know and understand: how to make SB1. maintaining effective relationships with senior officials and SB2 specialists. contact with adults SB3. understand the details and understand its meaning SB4. contact SB5. discuss issues, clarify doubts and seek solutions B. Practicing Professional Skills To make that person at work need to know and understand: how SB6. make decisions for the affected area of ​​operation SB7. identify potential problems in performing tasks and take precautionary measures by following work procedures Planning and Planning A person at work needs to know and understand: how to make SB8. plan and configure the extension services to be shown in SB9. arranging SB10 stakeholder meetings. organize farmers’ group meetings Customer Centricity A person on the job needs to know and understand: how to SB11. develop relationships with senior officials and SB12 experts. listen to and interpret information provided to SB13 adults. discuss possible solutions SB14. use exposure visits to SB15 model farms. participate in exhibitions / seminars / workshops that provide information on new agricultural technologies and related sectors. think about this problem, try out possible solutions and pick the best / best SB17 solutions. identify practical and practical solutions that the farmer needs to think critically. A working person needs to know and understand: the SB18 approach. analyze information obtained from management and SB19 experts. consider coming up with SB20 solutions. apply, analyze and evaluate information collected in SB21 training. develop / transform technology based on the results obtained from analytical thinking Agriculture Extension Service Provider

Identify location specificity of agricultural technology Agriculture Extension Service Provider:

In order to be effective, each user / individual must be able to: PC1. identify the PC2 farmers’ representative group. identify other stakeholders in an area such as Sarpanch, an official at the Department of Agriculture at city level, etc. PC3. reach out to farmers’ representatives and other PC4 participants. discuss PC5 exercise goals. ensure the representative team participates in the PC6 exercise. hold detailed discussions to evaluate their PC7 needs. involving the representative team in the investigation to determine the suitability of the new technology To perform a farm test To be competent, the user / individual must be able to: PC8. write down problems that will be solved for PC9. pose problems with the importance of PC10. identify the causes of PC11 problems. write down possible solutions for PC12. possible screen resolutions for PC13. identify the test items to be included in the study on farm PC14. conducting research on farms in the sector of farmers representing PC15. involving farmers represented in the PC16 trial. establishing cause-effect relationships PC17. explore the feasibility and possible use of new technology / PC18 technology. check whether the new technology can be used as ‘as-is’ or if it needs to be refined and adjusted to change in local context Complete documentation To be competent, user / individual must be able to: PC19. record farm test results in a straightforward, clear and concise manner for PC20. discuss the test results and ideas with a group representing farmers and other stakeholders Agriculture Extension Service Provider

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

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. applicable law, standards, policies, and procedures in the workplace KA2. appropriate health and safety requirements applicable to workplace KA3. your role and responsibilities and job information resources KA4. who can request assistance to obtain work-related information, specifications and KA5 funding. the importance of compliance with health, hygiene, safety and quality standards and the impact of non-compliance on consumer and business KA6. documents and related procedures applicable to the context of the work

Technical Knowledge:

The person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. various climatic parameters such as high and low temperatures, pressure and distribution of rain (rainfall), relative humidity etc. pests and diseases in the region given the agricultural climate, the life cycles of these pests and diseases and the sources of KB3 infection. various processes of soil sample KB4. soil testing laboratories with various body components (macro and micro) analyzed by KB5. soil analysis report and its constituents KB6. recommendations based on the availability of various small and large nutrients in the soil or in a plant sample of KB7. soil types, their advantages and disadvantages in terms of nutrient status KB8. depending on the type of soil, different soil preparation methods to maintain the KB9 soil. various farm equipment available and its use to store soil and soil KB10. suitable methods for applying various fertilizers and micro-nutrients KB11. the time and place at which fertilizer / nutrients are applied to the plant life cycle KB12. communication affects soil type, soil quality and water availability for crop growth and its productivity KB13. timing and method of irrigation and drainage suitable for the type of soil provided and climate KB14. various irrigation methods and efficient use of resources KB15. accurate farming methods and their use in crop cultivation KB16. the appropriate time and method of irrigation of the soil provided by KB17. various methods of harvesting KB18. steps to be taken during fruit processing during the KB19 harvest. grading benefits (at harvest time) in determining price KB20. the impact of the harvesting phase and the method of harvesting, fruit storage quality and impact on storage loss KB21. apply a variety of storage methods and their impact on fruit quality and consumer health KB22. take various storage methods and their cost capabilities KB23. benefits and challenges of various recent developments (both institutional and technical) in the final quality and revenue of KB24. various activities that have the potential to increase yields and reduce the incidence of pests and diseases KB25. the latest technological advances with the potential to increase crop yields and resource efficiency KB26. uses and the harmful effects of various pesticides KB27. safe ways to manage pesticides KB28. first aid in exposing people to the harmful effects of pesticides KB29. building design techniques KB30. tools to be used in the research and investigation of KB31. equipment, equipment and other inputs to be used to test KB32. knowledge of the people and their culture in the area where the KB33 demonstrations should take place. knowledge of the local language used to communicate with KB KB. knowledge of problems and issues facing local people KB35. ways to record the results of farm tests KB36. various effective ways to report results to a group representing farmers Agriculture Extension Service Provider

The person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. various climatic parameters such as high and low temperatures, pressure and distribution of rain (rainfall), relative humidity etc. pests and diseases in the region given the agricultural climate, the life cycles of these pests and diseases and the sources of KB3 infection. various processes of soil sample KB4. soil testing laboratories with various body components (macro and micro) analyzed by KB5. soil analysis report and its constituents KB6. recommendations based on the availability of various small and large nutrients in the soil or in a plant sample of KB7. soil types, their advantages and disadvantages in terms of nutrient status KB8. depending on the type of soil, different soil preparation methods to maintain the KB9 soil. various farm equipment available and its use to store soil and soil KB10. suitable methods for applying various fertilizers and micro-nutrients KB11. the time and place at which fertilizer / nutrients are applied to the plant life cycle KB12. communication affects soil type, soil quality and water availability for crop growth and its productivity KB13. timing and method of irrigation and drainage suitable for the type of soil provided and climate KB14. various irrigation methods and efficient use of resources KB15. accurate farming methods and their use in crop cultivation KB16. the appropriate time and method of irrigation of the soil provided by KB17. various methods of harvesting KB18. steps to be taken during fruit processing during the KB19 harvest. grading benefits (at harvest time) in determining price KB20. the impact of the harvesting phase and the method of harvesting, fruit storage quality and impact on storage loss KB21. apply a variety of storage methods and their impact on fruit quality and consumer health KB22. take various storage methods and their cost capabilities KB23. benefits and challenges of various recent developments (both institutional and technical) in the final quality and revenue of KB24. various activities that have the potential to increase yields and reduce the incidence of pests and diseases KB25. the latest technological advances with the potential to increase crop yields and resource efficiency KB26. uses and the harmful effects of various pesticides KB27. safe ways to manage pesticides KB28. first aid in exposing people to the harmful effects of pesticides KB29. building design techniques KB30. tools to be used in the research and investigation of KB31. equipment, equipment and other inputs to be used to test KB32. knowledge of the people and their culture in the area where the KB33 demonstrations should take place. knowledge of the local language used to communicate with KB KB. knowledge of problems and issues facing local people KB35. ways to record the results of farm tests KB36. various effective ways to report results to a group representing farmers

Core Skills/ Generic Skills Agriculture Extension Service Provider:

The person at work needs to know and understand: how to do SA1. make a variety of reports Learning skills A person at work needs to know and understand: the path to SA2. update the latest technology by reading research articles, attending meetings, conferences etc. SA3. keep up-to-date with reading brochures, pamphlets, product information sheets, etc. SA4. read relevant newspapers / brochures, etc. Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking Skills) The person at work needs to know and understand: SA5 method. maintaining effective relationships with farmers SA6. communication with various SA7 stakeholders. understand the details and understand its meaning SA8. seek advice from senior citizens at SA9. position farmers freely and propose solutions SA10. communication in the local language Agriculture Extension Service Provider

SA11. educate and inform farmers about various SA12 problems. importance of respect and body language SA13. be polite and respectful under all circumstances B. Developing Professional Skills The person doing the work needs to know and understand: how to make SB1. make decisions for the affected area of ​​the SB2 function. identify potential problems in performing tasks and take precautionary measures by following work procedures Planning and Planning A person at work needs to know and understand: how to make SB3. plan and schedule a farm test SB4. arrange stakeholder meetings if necessary SB5. arrange for farmer group meetings to be tested on the SB6 farm. organize groups of farmers and guide them towards solutions to their problems Customer Centricity The person at work needs to know and understand: how to SB7. building relationships with farmers and other SB8 stakeholders. listen to and interpret their SB9 requirements. indicate possible solutions SB10. use exposure visits to SB11 model farms. participate in exhibitions / seminars / workshops that provide information on new agricultural technologies and related sectors SB12. manage relationships with farmers SB13. building relationships and applying human problem-solving approach A person at work needs to know and understand: the SB14 method. think about the problem, test possible solutions and pick the best / best SB15 solutions. identify economically viable and practical solutions that the farmer needs to consider analytical thinking A working person needs to know and understand: how to SB16. analyze the data collected from the farm test to determine the results and solutions of its SB17. use, analyze and evaluate data collected from observations, on-farm inspections, experience, consultations, discussions with farmers and SB18 stakeholders. develop / transform technology based on the results obtained from analytical thinking Agriculture Extension Service Provider

Make frontline demonstrations:

In order to be effective, each user / individual must be able to: PC1. know where PC2 protests should be held. select appropriate and proven technology to be displayed on PC3. select PC4 display area. select a group of farmers who are willing to cooperate with demonstartion PC5. complete a package of practices containing border technology in consultation with Agriculture University / Department of Agriculture / Institutes Institution etc. (as applicable) PC6. prepare for protests by organizing critical responses to be used in protests. show and assist farmers in setting up a field for PC8 demonstrations. hold special training programs for farmers to be demonstrated at their PC9 locations. be present during important farm activities such as seed sowing, fertilization, irrigation, irrigation, crop protection, harvesting, threshing, and crop production and use each of these activities as a contribution to the training of farmers PC10. encourage queries from farmers in each phase of PC11 performance. schedule a field day to project new technologies demonstrated in front of a large portable group of interested PC12 growers. plan a few ways to demonstrate the operation of farm machinery and equipment, seed drill operation, seed treatment, fertilizer application, crop protection etc. arrange the harvest in front of a identified group of farmers and ask them to measure the yield to see the results of the technology shown on PC14. check the level of satisfaction of farmers Agriculture Extension Service Provider

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

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KA1. applicable law, standards, policies, and procedures in the workplace KA2. appropriate health and safety requirements applicable to workplace KA3. your job role and responsibilities and resources about KA4 work. who can request assistance to obtain work-related information, specifications and KA5 funding. the importance of compliance with health, hygiene, safety and quality standards and the impact of non-compliance on consumer and business KA6. documents and related procedures applicable to the context of the work

Soil sampling and testing:

The person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. various climatic parameters such as very high and very low temperatures, pressure and distribution of rain (rain), relative humidity etc. pests and diseases in the region given the agricultural climate, the life cycles of these pests and diseases and the sources of KB3 infection. various processes of soil sample KB4. soil testing laboratories with various body components (macro and micro) analyzed by KB5. soil analysis report KB6. recommendations based on the availability of micro- and micro-nutrients in a given soil or on a variety of crop varieties, their advantages and disadvantages with respect to nutrient status KB7. depending on the type of soil, different soil preparation methods to maintain the KB8 soil. various farm equipment available and its use to store soil and soil KB9. communication affects soil type, soil quality and water availability in crop growth and its productivity KB10. suitable ways to use various fertilizers and micro Agriculture Extension Service Provider

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, and where applicable, on the selected elective/option NOS/set of NOS.
  4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training
    center (as per assessment criteria below).
  5. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center
    based on this criterion.
  6. To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 70% of aggregate marks to successfully clear the assessment.
  7. In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack.