A vision for the future
Most of us never articulate vision with the people we’re leading. It’s a vital skill as a leader to articulate a vision for the future. The word vision is mostly used every time when you meet people, for example in every interview in form of what is your goals, how do you see yourself after ten years…So, I quickly browsed what vision is and found the following:)
A well-articulated vision has these qualities:
1) It has a clearly set direction and purpose.
2) It paints a visual picture of what it looks like when complete.
3) The person articulating the vision is clearly in the experience of what it will be like when vision is realized. They are not just talking about it, they are in the experience of it.
4) There are passion and enthusiasm present.
5) It is clearly about the people not about the leader.
When looking into the above points, I just wondered whether I have these qualities, what I did is I just sat in one place and started listing my wishes in the bucket. Since when you work towards your goal , automatically you get all these qualities inbuilt with you.
Actually, the list goes on, I just highlighted some of them,I know the dreams are so big in my wish list but I think it’s okay because we have heard the sayings” It is a crime to dream small” :)
Start Up !
I think this is one appropriate time to start working for the first wish in the bucket list. The reason why I am insisting on farmers is the poor farmers without a farm field, is a truly miserable life. They work on daily wages on the farms of others as their farms are not in a condition to earn the money for them. Their wages are too low. They belong to the class of have-nots, although they are the very backbone of our agriculture. They have a handful of children and a bagful of debts. They are the worst victims of our society.
When social development rises to its peak, so is the importance of technology in agriculture was fully recognized and brings to open. Our aim is to develop a tool that aims to empower India’s hundreds of millions of farmers to find their own unique path to resist factory farming, preserve rural life, enhance community health and create an agricultural system that is both humane and productive. The soil is the great connector of lives, the source, and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrects by which disease passes into health, age into youth, and death into life. Without proper care of it, we can have no community, we can have no life!
In today’s world of increasing advancement in technology, the main issues are decision making and problem-solving. Computer Science helps us to innovate and develop new ideas. In India, the agriculture sector faces a number of problems. According to research and statistics, it is known that 65% of agriculture is dependent on rain, often leading to crop failures in dry areas due to erratic and unpredictable rains. Rain fed agriculture is also successful only on soils that can store a lot of rainfall. Irrigated agriculture is vital and highly productive but it requires high input cost in the form of equipment, energy, irrigation etc. Technology, specifically IT solutions can help put in place, a real-time monitoring supply system, and can bring in transparency in an agricultural trade. All of these, like varying weather patterns, changes in temperature, groundwater density changes, varying rainfall and precipitation levels, which affect the farmers can be examined at every stage. Implementation of Artificial Intelligence can lead to the prediction of weather or rainfall, pest control, sowing of seeds which boosts the stability in a farming environment. Especially in my hometown Tamil Nadu, farmers suffer a lot from an inadequate supply of water, lack of financial support and rapid urbanization; it is hard for the farmers to meet their needs. I believe that knowledge is one of the key factors that let everyone have a chance to achieve their dreams and create better lives. Belonging to a farmer’s family, I know how hard a farmer’s life is, Armed with the right knowledge, the farmers will contribute to the global production and help to address growing concerns over global hunger. It is essential to educate, train and, inspire farmers. People in places like my village have limited resources to gain such knowledge and to get the first-hand experience. With this mentor ship, I would be able to realize my goal to use technology not only to support the farming community but also provide access to information, organize free workshops and give farmers a hands-on experience.
People are unaware of the true significance of agriculture in our society. Agriculture does not only provide nourishment for our daily intake but also an income source of every single nation that exists on this planet, where most manufacturing industries, as well as businesses, are dependent on it. Our aim is to develop a tool that aims to empower India’s hundreds of millions of farmers to find their own unique path to resist factory farming, preserve rural life, enhance community health and create an agricultural system that is both humane and productive.
Plenty of evidence shows us that agriculture provides youth with a variable way to harvest success and growth a sustainable future. Agriculture matters to future development. Agriculture is up to four times more effective than other sectors in reducing poverty. Increasingly, the world is counting on agriculture to provide more nutritious food for and improve the lover hoods for a booming population, especially the poor. What could be more meaning full than being a part of a proven solution to such a critical challenge? Agriculture can be a goldmine for young entrepreneurs. This was the main motivation
To sum it up, My vision for the future is to promote the life of farmers. Farmers are the backbone for agriculture, So, it’s our responsibility to make their lives peaceful! Thanks for reading…