Dineshkumar Singh

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Fishing is the main occupation of the coastal population of 8000KM coastline of India. Most of the fishermen still use the traditional knowledge to catch the fishes, which is more or less a trial and error approach which leads to uncertainty in the catch and possibly heavy diesel consumption. About 1.2% of global oil consumption is used in fisheries, and it(More)
In July 2016, the Registrar General of India (RGI) released Census 2011 data on disabled population. Out of 2.68 crore disabled persons in India, 20% have movement disability, followed by persons with seeing and hearing disability, at 19% each. Majority of the disabled population i.e. 63.66% either do not work due to their dependency on others or are not(More)
In today's world digital transformation is the necessity of almost every business which is in pursuit of growth, expansion, quality and sustainability. In India, at rural locations, Bharatiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF) provides cow and buffalo breed improvement services through Artificial Insemination (A.I.) to over 2.5 million families per year [1].(More)
Fishing is one of the most dangerous professions in the world. India with one million active fishermen population still lacks a reliable boat-to-shore communication network. Fishermen with smaller boat are more vulnerable to the wilder nature of the ocean, due to dynamic sea current, wind speed, direction and wave heights, etc. They form 80% of the entire(More)
Fisheries sector is vital for the progress of economic and food security of the country. This sector generates a retail turnover of Rs. 28,511 crore and provides cheap animal protein to 138 million fish eaters. Every week 0.9 Million Indian fishermen from 3288 villages venture into the deep sea to catch their livelihood. Fishing is a high risk profession.(More)
Despite having one million active fishermen, India lacks a scalable boat-to-shore communication framework. Small boat operators, which form 80% of entire fishing community, are more vulnerable to the wilder nature of the ocean, due to dynamic sea current, wind speed, direction and wave heights, etc. This is also one of reason for fishermen entering(More)
Tele density in India stands at 904 million wireless subscribers as on March 2014[1]. This provides a bigger opportunity to roll out multiple services such as agriculture, healthcare, e-Governance, etc. But it offers lot of complexities and challenges such as--psychometric profile of the users, willingness, education level, device fragmentation, data(More)
Climate change is now more visible in the form of frequent changes in the weather patterns leading to severe drought or floods. It endangers the food security, especially shrinking of cultivable land and increasing population. Agricultural Research Institutes are working on new cropping patterns, new heat and flood tolerant varieties and cultivation(More)
The focus of Indian agriculture so far has been on meeting the national demand, however it is going through a steady transformation phase to address the global requirement and is being driven by consumers and markets. According to APEDA Agriexchange portal, every year our country suffers more than 17000 Cr losses because consignments get rejected [1]. There(More)