IJFANS International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences

ISSN PRINT 2319 1775 Online 2320-7876


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Sirshananda Panda, Dr. Chetan Eknath Khedkar


Natural disasters pose a danger to all aspects of sustainable development, including social and economic stability. More industries, dimensions, and scales are experiencing this than was first anticipated. As new dangers and linkages surface, agriculture continues to take the hit. For instance, the global food supply is being strained by the COVID-19 epidemic. In order to improve the nutrition and food security of the present and future generations despite these dangers, immediate action is needed to build agricultural systems that are resilient to disasters, diseases, and climate change. More than half of India's population, or 118.7 million farmers, relies on agriculture for their livelihood. However, in India, the agricultural sector has made only limited use of technology. Consequently, agriculture accounts for just 17-18% of India's GDP. However, in the past few years, India has seen a boom in the number of agritech businesses that are making technology more accessible and helping these farmers better their lives. The outcomes of the research to make aware of the research and academia communities to do further research based on the technological advancement like AI, IOT, Big Data, Analytics in sustainable agricultural systems and to do study the impact assessment by doing further studies with Farmers Producers Organization/Farmer Communities/Civil Societies. With the objective of India as Global Supplier of Food across world during next decade and looking into SDG Goals, the research conducted under various technological innovations claimed by Technology companies in the sustainable agriculture in India.

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