Showing posts with label India. Show all posts
Showing posts with label India. Show all posts

Monday, May 30, 2016

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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Make in India: SourceTrace Systems


In the last decade, the farmer population has fallen by a staggering 9 million, for which farmer suicides can be adequately blamed. They are the highest in areas like Telangana, Maharashtra, and Orissa, where the poorest are the debt-ridden, cash crop farmers—growing coffee, cotton, and cocoa—with smallholdings of less than a hectare. These cash crops are highly prone to global market fluctuations, leading farmers into taking paltry loans which they are unable to pay off.

To avoid this kind of a situation, a number of agribusinesses and cooperatives today are capturing all kinds of transactions in order to bring visibility and traceability to farmer interactions—all with the help of technology.



One such startups is SourceTrace Systems. Its CEO, Venkat Maroju, who grew up in a small town in Telangana, is personally involved in the cause. Prior to joining the company, Maroju worked for several years in the US and eventually left the job—at a time when farmer suicides were at an all-time high in the region—in order to start a social enterprise in agriculture in his homeland.

Driving an innovative model, he launched a for-profit agribusiness company with the cooperative spirit of providing the farmers with ownership and profit sharing interests.

Today, spearheading a company such as SourceTrace allows Maroju to enable several agribusinesses and cooperatives to reach and collaborate with smallholder farmers. “With the help of these solutions, agribusinesses are able to capture every transaction with farmers at the field level which ensures that they are treated fairly without any scope for leakages in the value chain,” Maroju says.

The company works with startups like Farms n Farmers, started by an IIT Kharagpur and IIT Delhi alumni to improve land profitability and revenue generation of land owners, farmers, and farm laborers, and Aditi Certifications, which is accredited with retaining quality among national and international certifiers in agriculture. SourceTrace helps them manage their certification processes and obtain timely and accurate farmer information for conducting inspections.

Additionally, the company works with a number of social enterprises across the world, one of them being Aarong, which engages in the business of retailing handicraft products sourced from small producers throughout Bangladesh.

Maroju also stresses on the importance of protecting intellectual property in India. Talking about the Make in India government initiative, he feels that the manufacturing sector has tremendous potential to provide wages to millions of Indians.  “Unlike China, India's economic success for the past 20 years has been confined to high-skilled sectors like IT and to knowledge workers in places like BPOs and high-technology research centers.”

“Though the IT sector has stimulated Indian economy and was responsible for generating a great deal of wealth in the past two decades, we failed in distributing the enormous amount of new wealth equally. This resulted in the worsening of income inequalities. The manufacturing sector has the potential to distribute the fruits of liberal economic policies to low-skilled workers and thus, improving the lives of the people at the bottom of the pyramid,” he adds.

Source Trace is headquartered in the US, with offices in India, Costa Rica, and Bangladesh.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Google launches 360 degree panorama of 76 new Indian monuments

Google and the Ministry of Culture, Government of India have come together to launch virtual tours of Indian cultural sites and explore over 1,400 cultural objects from India at the Google Cultural Institute site.

Google, with support from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), has added 76 new sites to its 360-degree panorama view, increasing the number of ASI sites covered to over 100. Besides monuments, exhibits at institutions like the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, and the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage have also been photographed for the project, and will be available online soon, at the Google Cultural Institute.
 "With the release of this set of panoramic images, we aim to create a dynamic, immersive online experience by which people within India and around the world can appreciate more of India's diverse cultural heritage," said Union Minister of Culture Shripad Naik
 "Google is deeply committed to helping preserve and showcase cultural heritage across the world, and it has been our privilege to work with the ASI and these partners to bring such diverse aspects of India's culture online," said Rajan Anandan, Vice President and Managing Director, Google India.
 "I would like to thank all our partners. The mission of the Cultural Institute is to make the world’s heritage accessible for global audiences and to preserve it digitally for generations to come,” said Amit Sood, Director of the Google Cultural Institute. “By putting online more imagery from India’s most iconic sites, we hope to invite more people from around the world to learn more about the fascinating world of Indian culture, history, and art."
 India has a rich heritage dating back several thousand years and has maintained the continuity of its unique culture. According to Facts About India, the ASI currently manages 3683 monuments and heritage sites.