Certificate Course in ‘BforWater’ Labeling



‘BforWater’ is a water efficiency certification label being launched by the FORCE Institute of Water Efficiency (FIWE). In this course, the students will learn about issues related to water availability, quality, sustainability, its use in agriculture and the impact of water issues in one sector on the other. They will learn the concept of Water Footprint, how it applies to Indian agriculture and how it compares with global footprints. The students will be trained to be a ‘BforWater’ surveyor and certification professional for agriculture produce. On passing the course students will have the option of being empanelled with FIWE as a part of its BforWater Certifier network.



Minimum Qualification: Graduate or 10+2 with 2 years relevant experience

Suitable Candidates:

  • Next-generation progressive, ambitious agriculturists – particularly the youth
  • Agricultural professionals in For-Profit and Non-Profit Sectors
  • Non-profit workers wanting to help farmers
  • Agriculture researchers working on improving farmers incomes
  • Policy makers and industry professionals
  • Successful, high-income progressive farmer
  • Agri Guru consultant – a network of trained consultants working with government and practitioners for high-income water efficient organic (chemical free) agriculture
  • Placement as a professional in industry such as agro-based companies & retail-op
  • Online / written Application
  • Interview

6 months

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