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Introduction to Computers, Anatomy of Computers, Memory Concepts, Units of Memory, Operating System, definition and types, Applications of MS-Office for creating, Editing and Formatting a document, Data presentation, tabulation and graph creation, statistical analysis, mathematical expressions, Database, concepts and types, creating database, uses of DBMS in Agriculture, Internet and World Wide Web (WWW), Concepts and components.
Computer Programming, General Concepts, Introduction to Visual Basic, Java, Fortran, C/ C++, etc, concepts and standard input/output operations.
e-Agriculture, concepts, design and development. Application of innovative ways to use information and communication technologies (IT) in Agriculture. Computer Models in Agriculture: statistical, weather analysis and crop simulation models, concepts, structure, inputs-outputs files, limitation, advantages and application of models for understanding plant processes, sensitivity, verification, calibration and validation. IT application for computation of water and nutrient requirement of crops, Computer-controlled devices (automated systems) for Agri-input management, Smartphone mobile apps in Agriculture for farm advises, market price, postharvest management etc; Geospatial technology, concepts, techniques, components and uses for generating valuable agri-information. Decision support systems, concepts, components and applications in Agriculture, Agriculture Expert System, Soil Information Systems etc for supporting Farm decisions. Preparation of contingent crop-planning and crop calendars using IT tools.
Study of Computer Components, accessories, practice of important DOS Commands. Introduction of different operating systems such as windows, Unix/ Linux, Creating, Files & Folders, File Management. Use of MS-WORD and MS Power-point for creating, editing and presenting a scientific Document. MS-EXCEL - Creating a spreadsheet, use of statistical tools, writing expressions, creating graphs, analysis of scientific data, handling macros. MS-ACCESS: Creating Database, preparing queries and reports, demonstration of Agri-information system. Introduction to World Wide Web (WWW) and its components. Introduction of programming languages such as Visual Basic, Java, Fortran, C, C++. Hands on practice on Crop Simulation Models (CSM), DSSAT/Crop-Info/CropSyst/ Wofost. Preparation of Inputs file for CSM and study of model outputs, computation of water and nutrient requirements of crop using CSM and IT tools. Use of smart phones and other devices in agro-advisory and dissemination of market information.Introduction of Geospatial Technology, for generating information important for Agriculture.Hands on practice on preparation of Decision Support System.Preparation of contingent crop planning.
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Introductory Agr-Informatics, Subrat Kumar Mahapatra (Jain Brothers)
Operating System, definition and types
Applications of MS-Office for creating, Editing and Formatting a document & Statistical analysis, mathematical expressions using MS Excel
IT application, smart phone mobile apps, Geospatial technology
Decision support systems, contingent crop planning, Crop planning and crop calendar using IT tools
Expert system for agriculture
Dr. Tufleuddin Biswas completed his M.Sc. in Agricultural Statistics from Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, West Bengal. He also completed his Ph.D. from the same institution’s Department of Agriculture Statistics. He worked as a senior research fellow (SRF) on the Conservation Agriculture project funded by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, National higher education project (ICAR- […]