Certificate Course in Organic Farming and Certification

Based on guidelines of National Centre of Organic Farming, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, this is a course designed to train students on how to practice organic agriculture and how to obtain organic certification. Students will learn about the science behind organic farming, its methods, available technologies. Training will also be given on government policies, certification process and marketing of organic and certified produce. Students will benefit from case studies and the exposure to industry, farmers and scientists involved in the organic production and marketing industry.

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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