Value Engineering Agricultural Plan

Course Description

Value Engineering techniques, which are founded on systematic problem-solving and cost-effective optimisation, have been utilised in industries such as manufacturing and construction. Nonetheless, the agricultural sector represents a prospective application area for these techniques. This sector relies heavily on machinery and equipment to meet the ever-increasing demands of global food production, and obstacles such as rising costs, resource scarcity, and environmental concerns require innovative approaches to optimise agricultural resource allocation and yield increase. This course investigates how value engineering methodologies, such as functional analysis, cost-benefit analysis, and value analysis, can be adapted and utilised effectively to improve the performance, efficacy, and sustainability of agricultural applications.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Value Engineering
  • Information and Function Phase
  • Function Phase Continuation
  • Creative and Evaluation Phase
  • Development and Implementation Phase
  • VE Case Studies

Course Audience

  • Farmers attempting to select equipment, and increase yield.
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Students of Agriculture and Allied Sciences Faculty of  Agriculture Universities
  • Agriculture Scientists at ICAR
  • Professionals at State and Central Departments of Agriculture
  • KVK Specialists
  • NGOs in Agriculture
  • Progressive Farmers/Farming Community

This course is designed for anyone who wishes to learn about forecasting and data handling in agriculture

Outcomes of this Course

  • Understand about product hierarchy and how to use them.
  • Identify system boundaries and primary interfaces in a FAST diagram.
  • How sustainability can be used as a competitive advantage.
  • How to identify, draft requirements from system users and key stakeholders.

Certificates

Will be given based on their involvement and performance. Participation certificate and Competency certificate will be issued by Commonwealth of Learning (COL), Canada.