Role of Krishi Vigyan Kendra's for doubling the farmers income through transfer of technologies

Satya Prakash, Devendra Pal, Bijendra Singh, Atar Singh
2020 International Journal of Chemical Studies  
To increase the crop productivity, there are so many factors like soil quality, seeds, climate, water and inputs. Due to continuous growing of crop, the productivity of the soil keeps on decreasing resulting in less productivity overall. Which increases the cost of cultivation resulting in less net return to the farmers. The changing climate conditions had also affected the crop productivity in present scenario. Keeping all this in the view ICAR gave Krishi Vigyan Kendra's the responsibility to
more » ... e responsibility to provide the new technologies with different activities like training, FLDs, CFLDs, OFT and different awareness programmes (Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojna-PMFBY, Rabi and Kharif crop Abhiyan etc.). The scientists from KVKs are going in the farmer's fields to diagnose the problems and giving them solutionsin simplified manners. KVKs also played a significant roles in preparing and distributing the soil health cards (SHC). The pulses production also became sufficient at the national level with the support of the KVKs. On the basis of all what is mentioned above, we can conclude that KVKs are playing a significant role towards the transfer of technical knowledge.
doi:10.22271/chemi.2020.v8.i2ak.9110 fatcat:mromon23brdmnanh5qkhqmpcd4