is a pioneer in the field of leveraging the internet and IT
technologies in the field of agriculture.
portal www.ikisan.com is the foremost among the agri portals
to address the various needs of the Indian farmer, in the language
has an integrated approach that places farmer at its focus and
offers Total Solutions to farmers.
Ikisan has developed both on- line and off-line approaches keeping
in view the ground realities of connectivity and developing
solutions appropriate to the farmers.
has developed innovative interactive models to enable even illiterate
farmers to diagnose problem relating to their crops and arrive
at suitable solutions.
has expertise in conceiving, designing and implementing turn-key
projects. A project from Technology Mission for Cotton, Ministry
of Textiles, Govt. of India is being implemented along with
ECIL. The project envisages developing cotton software for the
benefit of farmers, installing and operating the software through
computers and touch-screen kiosks in 250 agricultural market
yards spread over 10 cotton growing states in India.
has proven experience in developing subscription based farmer
service network of kiosks in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
by leveraging on its domain experience in FMS, can take up feasibility
study reports for agro products and processing industries /
undertakes end to end communication services in the area of
farm extension services on a turn-key basis.
has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government
of Andhra Pradesh to partner in the Rural E-Seva Project which
envisages establishment of around 6,000 information kiosks in
rural areas of the state for purposes of e-governance and information
has been selected by UNCTAD as Tier II Partner for the project
"Strategies on Preparedness for Trade and Globalisation
- Ikisan has the strengths to undertake specialized
studies / consultancy assignments in the field of agriculture
across the value chain from farms to markets (domestic and export)
including GIS utilization.
Ikisan Limited has been invited as a partner in the proposed
consortium project on rural livelihoods by Central Research
Institute for Dryland Agriculture (CRIDA) under National Agricultural
Innovation Project (NAIP).