Agriculture Specialist

Posted By: Carmdaksh


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Monitoring & Evaluation

Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Agriculture Specialist: 02 post

Qualification: B Sc (Ag)/ M Sc (Ag) with 2-3 year Experience

Posting: (a) Pali block in Korba District

(b) Pondi uproda block in Korba district

Key Responsibilities:

(a) Work with team in implementing the Livelihood Project in Pondi uproda block and Pali block of Korba district

(b) Interaction with beneficiaries, identifying them, providing the necessary services as part of the Project

(c) Bring Synergies between the departments of the governments for implementing the Project smoothly.

(d) Ensure updating, monitoring of the program MIS to provide analysis and share actionable plan

(e) Providing support in the training building material for capacity building and identifying various technological options for the smooth implementation of the project

(f) Documentation of important review meetings, case studies, also documentation of the best practices of the program and show casing them.

Working Condition

Require to stay in block Head quarter

Require travelling to remote rural locations in block area of korba district

Apply by: 05 Jan 2022

Desired Candidate Profile


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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Carmdaksh
  • About Organization:CARMDAKSH focuses its work with the tribal communities of North Chattisgarh region comprising of Bilaspur, Korba, Janjgir-Champa and Raigarh Districts. The main tribal groups consist of Gond, KanwarBaiga and Oraon. More than 70% of the population in the intervention area comprises of small & marginal farmers and landless people. The primary source of livelihood in the region is rain-fed agriculture. Poor returns from agriculture result in chronic indebtedness: with credit being available at high rates of interest. People are forced to migrate in search of employment. Most of this labour is unskilled, casual labour attracting low wages. The Caste, tribal and gender identities are pronounced and the associated hierarchies reinforce economic disadvantages experienced by the poor. They have very little political voice and are mostly alienated from the mainstream system of governance and programme delivery. All this translates into poor human development indicators.