Prospects of Designing a Prototype for District Level Rice Production Information System (RPIS)


Authors : M. Rokunuzzaman; G C Saha; Hasi Saha

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6499744

For agricultural and rural development, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are critical in facilitating communication and access to information. Agriculture is a national priority sector, thus it's one of the areas where ICTs could be used to help with economic change. People in poor countries who rely on high-quality agriculture to meet their nutritional needs have a dilemma as the world's population continues to grow. All agricultural development policies in Bangladesh emphasize the importance of achieving security and food self-sufficiency through hedging rice needs. Food security is also addressed through teaching farmers to become self-sufficient in order to protect local resources efficiently and optimally. Many projects and activities have been initiated in this area to address the rice shortages on which the country is heavily reliant. In such area, there are a lot of partners and players. The goal of this research is to provide an information management solution for the rice industry, as well as to model database dispersion of rice data. This supports the presence of a large number of data sets, each of which is owned by a separate department at the state level, as well as donors and other stakeholders in the sector. Indeed, much of the information gathered is shared between initiatives. It indicates that avoiding the duplication of numerous investigations and ensuring improved data management, as well as limiting major financial losses, are both necessary. As a result of the investigation, it was discovered that there are multiple interdependent relationships in the rice sector. Unfortunately, communication between the various stakeholders in the sector is challenging. This industry does not have its own information system. Implementing a rice production information system that provides users with trustworthy, relevant, complete, and useable data is now critical. Thus, the research prospects in the implementation of a plan for acceptable solutions for the use and management of agricultural data is underway Rice Production Information System (RPIS).

Keywords : District, Agricultural Database, Rice, ICT for Agricultural Development, Web.

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