Water Management for Crop Production (Code 352)


In India irrigation potential is created so that in future more land can be irrigated. In the present system hardly 50 percent of the cultivated land is inigated and the irrigation water is not being utilized properly leading to more wastage than its use by crop. While chemical fertilizers supplement the low nutrient supplying capacity of the soil, there is no substitute of water for production of crops. Efficient management of limited irrigation water is of utmost importance for sustaining and increasing agricultural production.


By undergoing this course the learners shall be able to:
Understand the soil-water-plant relationship in increasing the yield of crops.
Know the time for scheduling irrigation to crops to reduce wastage of irrigation water.
Estimate the quantity of irrigation water required in each irrigation and;
Select suitable methods of irrigation for increasing irrigation efficiency for greater production of crops.

Job Oppurtunities

1. Self employment: Work in own field as wage employment: worker in the field

Entry Qualification

Education: X class

Course Duration

One Year

Scheme of Evaluation

Theory - 40%, Practical - 60%

Passing Criteria

Separate Pass 33% marks in Theory and Practical

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