Technology Village Programme

The concept of sustainable development envisages primary emphasis on manipulation and management of physical/natural systems not only to maximize yields but to stabilize the system and to minimize use of non-renewable input demands, thus representing an integrated approach of appropriate modern technology with traditional techniques. Modern day technologies have opened new vistas of development; integration of these technologies with traditional techniques can pave way for sustainable development of rural population and provide employment to rural un-employed youth, marginal farmers and laborers to discourage migration from villages.

Any development strategy of village development should constitute following factors:

  • Sustainable agriculture with low cost inputs and improvement in productivity of land.
  • Improvement of health and hygienic conditions in villages.
  • Improved housing.
  • Arrangement and induction of technology for additional income generation.
  • Environmental protection and Promotion of Non-Conventional Energy.
  • Water conservation/Water quality.
  • Improvement in status of women.

Thus on a broad scale and with a view of achieving overall development of selected villages thrust areas identified are as follows:

  • Agriculture
  • Housing
  • Environment protection
  • Health and hygiene
  • Self-employment and additional income generation

  Objectives

The basic objective of Technology Village vision is to improve the quality of living of rural population; alleviate poverty and unemployment through awareness, training and demonstration of proven technologies. To attain sustainable development a well thought strategy for rural development has been evolved. Village development vis-a-vis improvement of the conditions of rural life as well as productivity of the poor land will be the core of the development strategy and includes improvement in every sector that concerns village population like agriculture, housing, health, environment, unemployment & poverty.

The main objectives of the project are as follows:

  • Identification of locale specific problem and selection of technologies on the basis of the problem areas identified.
  • Technology transfer or development.
  • Large-scale field demonstration of proven technologies and establishment of demonstration and problem solving centre at the village level.
  • Large-scale demonstration of low cost farming techniques viz. organic forming with the help of various biofertilizers and biopesticides.
  • To undertake training and awareness building activities for adoption of technologies.
  • To establish self-sustaining demonstration units of various technologies for its adoption as tool for self-employment and income generation.
  • To develop the package of agricultural practices with the complete biotechnology input for different crops.
  • To encourage and help villagers for setting technology based rural industries.

Development strategy For Technology Village:

  • Any development strategy of village development should constitute following factors:
  • Sustainable agriculture with low cost inputs and improvement in productivity of land.
  • Improvement of health and hygienic conditions in villages.
  • Improved housing.
  • Arrangement and induction of technology for additional income generation.
  • Environmental protection and Promotion of Non-Conventional Energy.
  • Water conservation/Water quality.
  • Improvement in status of women.

Identified Thrust Areas:

  • Thus on a broad scale and with a view of achieving overall development of selected villages thrust areas identified are as follows:
  • Agriculture
  • Housing
  • Environment protection
  • Health and hygiene
  • Self-employment and additional income generation

  Established Technology Village Centres and Running Programmes:

  • Technology Village Centre Thathapur, Distt. Kabirdham
  • Technology Village Centre Sirri, Distt. Dhamtari
  • Technology Village Centre Bhadha, Distt. Bilaspur
  • Technology Village Centre Pachawal (Sanawal), Distt. Balrampur (Building Construction Work Approx. complete)

  Available Infrastructures for Training Programs:

S.No.Centres Available Infrastructure
1.Technology Village Centre Sirri
  • Electrician Domestic
  • Plumber
  • Mushroom Cultivation
  • Vermiculturing and Vermicomposting
  • Tailor (Basic Sewing Operator)
  • Accounts Assistant Using Tally
2.Technology Village Centre Thathapur
  • Mushroom Cultivation
  • Vermiculturing and Vermicomposting
  • Tailor (Basic Sewing Operator)
  • Accounts Assistant Using Tally
  • Mausam Vedhshala
3.Technology Village Centre Bhadha
  • Electrician Domestic
  • Mushroom Cultivation
  • Vermiculturing and Vermicomposting
  • Accounts Assistant Using Tally

  On Going Projects

  • Technology Village Centre Sirri:
    • Transfer of Technology to Develop Human Resources in Alleviating Nutritional and Stress Problems.
  • Technology Village Centre Thathapur:
    • Livelihood Development of Marginal and Small Farmers of Kabirdham District by Adopting Integrated Farming System Approach.
    • Mausam Vedhshala: Per day data collection & publication in Kabirdham Daily Newspaper.
  • Technology Village Centre Bhadha:
    • Under CSSDA (Chhattisgarh State Skill Development Authority) training on Accounts Assistant Using Tally (ICT701) is in continuation
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