Organic Grower

agriculture Organic Grower

Organic Grower: Farmer / Farmer recognizes the need to increase agricultural productivity and profitability for the long-term goals of ensuring a safe and healthy diet for consumers. Brief description of the work use usability without artificial insemination or also sell live product as competitive market prices without the hassle of sales. Your Qualities: A job requires a person to be able to work, to have risks and to be able to work hard and make decisions for his job. One has to deal with the consequences and has to deal with one’s learning and performance. They should be able to explore and analyze various opportunities and threats to the weather and markets Organic Grower.

Undertake planning for Organic Farming Organic Grower:

In order to be competent, the user / person at work must be able to: PC1. understand the negative effects of unsafe farming practices on PC2 health and the environment. familiarize yourself with the different types of safe farming practices that exist and their PC3 characteristics. understand the pros and cons of conventional farming compared to PC4 for organic farming. understand the basic principles of organic farming Switching to organic farming To be competent, the user / person at work should be able to: PC5. understand the effects of organic farming on PC6 costs and costs. understand the commitment of time and effort required to switch to PC7 for organic farming. understand the step-by-step approach to switch to organic farming Specification of crop portfolio In order to be efficient, the user / employee must be able to: PC8. understand the need to invest more in PC9 organic farming. create portable crop portfolios PC10.install multi-crop projects Seasonal growth program In order to be efficient, the user / person at work must be able to: identify plants suitable for rotating PC14. create an annual plan Organic Grower

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. time for various plants KB2. the right time to plant by taking soil, weather conditions KB3. benefits of crop rotation KB4. the advantages and disadvantages of mixing plant species and plant species to be overcome by KB5. compatibility of different plants KB6. effects of certain health and environmental chemicals KB7. features of Good Agricultural Practices (G.A.P), Natural Farming, Organic Farming, Zero Till Farming KB8. benefits and trade in organic farming KB9. common methods for preparing organic inputs are KB10. the basic financial plan for breakeven KB11. general conversion habits followed by KB12. steps required to set the environmental targets of KB13. planning the use of natural resources

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. adjust the plant calendar Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA2. find out more about the latest farming practices by reading SA3 newspapers, magazines and books. read relevant newspapers / brochures SA4. read the risks of use and contamination listed on pesticide labels SA5. stay up-to-date with reading brochures, pamphlets, and product information sheets Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA6. maintain an active working relationship SA7. liaising with other live farmers, officials / stakeholders involved SA8. understand the details and understand its meaning SA9. seek advice from adults / professionals B. Making Professional Skills Decisions The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB1. make decisions for the affected area of ​​the SB2 function. identify potential problems in performing tasks and take preventive measures following various field procedures SB3. follow the basic principles of arithmetic and algebraic Organic Grower.

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do it: SB4. plan and organize field activities from land preparation to SB5 harvesting. arrange meetings / demonstrations with the Departments of Agriculture whenever the need for Customer Centricity The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB6. participate in a farming exhibition / seminar / workshop SB7. to attend and use the SB8 portrayed tour. work with natural agronomists SB9. manage relationships with workers and other farmers in partnership with SB10. building relationships and using a problem-solving approach The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. think about the problem, test the solutions (s) available and use the biggest / best solution (S). identify problems quickly and take solutions to delay delays Thinking Consideration The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB13. view and store the equipment and equipment needed for a variety of farm operations Critical Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB14. use, analyze, and evaluate information collected from observation, experience, consultation, or communication, as a guide for thought and practice SB15. take your own performance and personal learning

Seed Selection & Treatment under Organic Farming Organic Grower:

In order to be competent, the user / person at work must be able to: PC1. identify the appropriate high yield and associated crops depending on climatic suitability and PC2 timing. planning the planting of multiple plants such as intercrops, hybrid plant, transfer plant or PC3 trap. keep the rotation cycle in mind PC4. sowing or planting strategy Selecting the right seed varieties To be competent, the person at work should be able to: PC5. select the types of pests and diseases associated with ago-climatic and soil conditions given by PC6. make sure that the seed or planting material is not prepared by PC7. identify vendors for the purchase of genuine natural seeds, if not available on the farm Seed treatment In order to be competent, the user / person on the job must be able to: PC8. understand natural methods of treating PC9 seeds. identify the various inputs that can be used for PC10 seed treatment. chalk is a seed treatment / planting program with the following: inputs such as biofertilizers, bio-pesticides  PC12.prepare bio inputs for on-site seed treatment: Bijamruth, alternative cropping methods etc. PC13.including process for seed treatment PC14. understand other acceptable chemical methods, their availability and use Organic Grower

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. various seed treatment inputs available for organic farming and their benefits KB2. input method configuration KB3. quantity of process using seed treatment KB4. various seed characteristics and their suitability in the area of ​​KB5. seed suitability for organic farming practices KB6. look for different types in the market KB7. Seed characteristics and its suitability in the area of ​​KB8. seed suitability for organic farming practices KB9. resistance to various pests and diseases KB10. acquisition and acquisition of external farm installation in accordance with each of the requirements of KB11. seed treatment method

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. adjust the plant calendar Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA2. find out more about the latest farming practices by reading SA3 newspapers, magazines and books. read relevant newspapers / brochures SA4. read the risks of use and contamination listed on pesticide labels SA5. stay up-to-date with reading brochures, pamphlets, and product information sheets Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA6. maintain an active working relationship SA7. liaising with other live farmers, officials / stakeholders involved SA8. understand the details and understand its meaning SA9. seek advice from adults / professionals B. Making Professional Skills Decisions The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB1. make decisions for the affected area of ​​the SB2 function. identify potential problems in performing tasks and take preventive measures following various field procedures SB3. follow the basic principles of arithmetic and algebraic Edit and edit User / employee needs to know and understand: SB4. plan and organize kindergartens and field processes starting with land preparation to SB5 harvest. schedule meetings / exhibitions with the Departments of Agriculture at any time Organic Grower

Customer Centricity Required A user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB6. participate in a farming exhibition / seminar / workshop SB7. to attend and use the SB8 portrayed tour. work with natural agronomists SB9. manage relationships with workers and other farmers in partnership with SB10. building relationships and using a problem-solving approach The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. think about the problem, test the solutions (s) available and use the biggest / best solution (S). identify problems quickly and take solutions to delay delays Thinking Consideration The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB13. view and store the equipment and equipment needed for seed treatment and crèche bed preparation Critical Thinking The user / person at work needs to know and understand that: SB14. use, analyze, and evaluate information collected from observation, experience, consultation, or communication, as a guide for thought and practice SB15. take your own performance and personal learning

Soil Nutrient Management under Organic Farming Organic Grower:

In order to be competent, the user / person at work must be able to: PC1. understand the importance of high soils in organic farming PC2. identify various ways to perform microbial activity in high-density PC3 soils. prepare a variety of inputs that can increase the activity of micro-organisms in the soil PC4. insert soil opening input To improve the soil To be competent, the user / person at work must be able to: PC5. inspect soil in PC6 authorized facilities. understand soil compaction test data and compost PC7. select plants that fit the state of the world PC8. calculate nutritional requirements according to the local plant evaluation report and recommendations PC9. prepare the world to get the correct PC10 tilth. identify the various methods of acquisition of organic farming for biodiversity in the soil PC11. plant a green manure crop and add biomass PC12. use farm compost & compost compost PC13. use another biomass such as mulch or soil cover PC14. adjust vermicompost and vermiwash PC15. prepare dung-urine slurries for PC16. prepare biodynamic inputs / compost (BD 500, BD 501, Cow Pat pit pit etc) PC17. include various soil development methods: Sanjiv, Jivamrth, Maritain microbial enrichment Organic Grower.

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. automatic soil testing facilities KB2. Soil testing reports and nutrient analysis KB3. types of inputs required in bulk in different plant phases KB4. methods of use, time and dosages for different inputs of KB5. various ways to improve the soil and their effects KB6. real sellers of soil enhancements, if any KB7. production methods for various types of fertilizer and other inputs KB8. the appropriate application process and the KB9 system. various soil use inputs (jeevamrut, farm manure etc.) KB10. real sellers of soil materials, if there is KB11. how to prepare ground-based agents KB12. The relevant application process and schedule for land agents is KB13. planning methods and techniques for recycling raw manure and biomass KB14. various soil use inputs (jeevamrut, farm manure etc.) KB15. calculate nutrient requirements according to KB16 soil test reports. making packages of nutrients with available resources KB17. arranging for the need for external installation of the farm and their purchase Organic Grower

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. adjust the plant calendar Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA2. find out more about the latest farming practices by reading SA3 newspapers, magazines and books. read the relevant newspapers / brochures / health cards SA4. read the risks of use and contamination listed on pesticide labels SA5. stay up-to-date with reading brochures, pamphlets, and product information sheets Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA6. maintain an active working relationship SA7. liaising with other live farmers, officials / stakeholders involved

SA8. understand the details and understand its meaning SA9. seek advice from adults / professionals B. Making Professional Skills Decisions The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB1. make decisions about the affected workplace SB2. identify potential problems in performing tasks and take preventive measures following various field procedures SB3. follow the basic principles of arithmetic and algebraic Edit and edit User / employee needs to know and understand: SB4. plan and organize kindergartens and field processes starting with land preparation to SB5 harvest. arrange meetings / demonstrations with the Departments of Agriculture whenever the need for Customer Centricity The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB6. participate in a farming exhibition / seminar / workshop SB7. to attend and use the SB8 portrayed tour. work with natural agronomists SB9. manage relationships with workers and other farmers in partnership with SB10. building relationships and using a problem-solving approach The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. think about the problem, test the solutions (s) available and use the biggest / best solution (S). identify problems quickly and take solutions to delay delays Thinking Consideration The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB13. view and maintain the equipment and equipment required for soil nutrient management Critical Thinking The user / person on the job needs to know and understand: SB14. use, analyze, and evaluate information collected from observation, experience, consultation, or communication, as a guide for thought and practice SB15. take your own performance and personal learning\

Weed control under Organic Farming Organic Grower:

In order to be competent, the user / person at work must be able to: PC1. identify the weed species in the PC2 plant. keep growing records and share it with PC3 experts. describe the signs and get the input of expert Weed Management In order to be competent, the user / person on the job must be able to: PC4. weed control during PC5 cultivation. perform a mechanical / manual weeding process in a timely manner to avoid damage to plant PC6. use integration sheets for PC7 plowing. use bio-herbicides to control weeds wherever PC8 works. use mechanical weed control equipment Organic Grower

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. different weed species KB2. the use of various weed control methods such as mulch plastic KB3. pros and cons of different types of weed control methods KB4. critical stages of weed control

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA1. adjust the plant calendar Learning skills The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to do this: SA2. find out more about the latest farming practices by reading SA3 newspapers, magazines and books. read relevant newspapers / brochures SA4. read the risks of use and contamination listed on weedicides SA5 labels. stay up-to-date with reading brochures, pamphlets, and product information sheets Oral communication (listening and speaking skills) The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SA6. maintain an active working relationship SA7. liaising with other live farmers, officials / stakeholders involved SA8. understand the details and understand its meaning SA9. seek advice from adults / professionals B. Making Professional Skills Decisions The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB1. make decisions for the affected area of ​​the SB2 function. identify potential problems in performing tasks and take preventive measures following various field procedures SB3. follow the basic principles of arithmetic and algebraic Planning and Planning The user / person at work needs to know and understand how to make SB4. edit and edit weed removal schedules SB5. arrange meetings / demonstrations with the Departments of Agriculture whenever the need for Customer Centricity The user / employee needs to know and understand how to do this: SB6. participate in a farming exhibition / seminar / workshop SB7. to attend and use the SB8 portrayed tour. work with natural agronomists SB9. manage relationships with workers and other farmers in partnership with SB10. building relationships and using a problem-solving approach The user / person at work needs to know and understand: SB11. think about the problem, explore possible solutions (s) and use the best / best solution (s) SB12. identify problems quickly and take solutions to delay delays Thinking Consideration The user / employee needs to know and understand: SB13. inspect and maintain the equipment and equipment needed to remove weeds Important Thinking Organic Grower

Irrigation Management under Organic Farming Organic Grower:

In order to be competent, the user / person at work must be able to: PC1. identify features of good PC2 irrigation systems. identify the pros and cons of irrigation and irrigation pipes with pipe, buckets etc. PC3. consult a small irrigation expert and get feedback on the use of specific irrigation methods that will be used Proper Irrigation To be competent, the user / person on the job should be able to: PC4. ensure proper water availability for the various stages of plant life as each phase requires PC5. ensure water distribution throughout the PC6 field. make sure the water is properly lit by PC7. use small irrigation techniques (irrigation using appropriate equipment, sprayers) according to the need for certain crops PC8. identify diseases due to increased moisture / water content and take control measures

Technical Knowledge:

The user / person at work needs to know and understand: KB1. the time and method of irrigation appropriate for the type of soil provided and the weather conditions KB2. the amount of water needed for a particular plant and its impact on its yield KB3. the frequency of irrigation required for the various stages of plant growth KB4. Different types of irrigation system are available with KB5. various types of irrigation equipment to be used (mister, drippers, sprinklers, foggers, etc.) KB6. benefits associated with the disadvantages of irrigation equipment Organic Grower

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. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each
    examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below)
  4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaulations for skill practical for every student at each
    examination/training center based on this criteria
  5. To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 70% in aggregate
  6. In case of successfully passing only certain number of NOS’s, the trainee is eligible to take subsequent assessment on the
    balance NOS’s to pass the Qualification Pack.