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Labour Market Information System

The Labour Market Information System (LMIS) provides quantitative and qualitative information and intelligence on the labour market that can assist labour market agents in making informed plans, choices, and decisions related to their business requirements, career planning, education and training offerings, job search, recruitment, labour policies and workforce investment strategies. The agriculture sector recorded satisfactory growth due to improved technology, irrigation, inputs and pricing policies. Livestock, poultry, fisheries and horticulture are surging ahead in production growth in the recent years and will have greater demand in the future. Despite the structural changes, agriculture still remains a key sector, providing both employment and livelihood opportunities. LMIS is a set of institutional arrangements, procedures and mechanisms that are designed to produce labour market information and is a great tool for all the stake holders of Agriculture sector. It will help policy makers to take informed decisions; it will help employers to understand the quality and quantity of labour supply to utilise the human resource optimally; and it will help the potential employees by giving them information regarding skill gap and employment opportunity. The special need of LMIS in agriculture is because of the acute information asymmetry prevalent in the sector. Agriculture is burdened excessively with under-employment, under-development leading to low wage and consequently low standard of living. The current status of the sector is because of low income and limited livelihood options availability due to lack of skill training, seasonal unemployment and the unorganised nature. The inception of LMIS will cater to both ends, i.e., demand and supply end, thereby providing bargaining power in the hand of agricultural labour. This could help control the burgeoning migration of agriculture labourers to secondary and tertiary sector. Developing Indian agriculture sector from traditional to robust modern sector require an intensification and market orientation of agriculture, and a step towards
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LMIS on Dairy

Dairy farming from being a traditional family run business has grown into an organized industry contributing commendably towards rural prosperity, which is the dire need of the hour. The Indian dairy sector, which is currently growing at a compounded annual growth of 15-17 percent with a size of Rs. 7000 crore, is expected to double to Rs.14, 000 billion by 2020 (Investor Relations Society of India). This huge boost in the industry has created a lot of farming jobs for the people. The demand for dairy sector have been projected keeping various factors in focus which include the growth of the sector, expansion plans, employment pattern, demands from industries etc. Professionals are needed in this sector with various levels of education including certificate/ diploma course to highlyqualified persons with Ph.Ds.and masters. At present majority of companies are employing professionals. Other industries, especially unorganized sector, are hiring people without proper qualification or training. Traditional dairy production is labour intensive. Labour-efficient dairy production is an emerging trend. For the dairy industry, making efficient use of large milking parlours and unskilled labour is very essential. So Labour Market Information System (LMIS) plays a vital role in this context. The lack of information support from the institutional sources resulted in the development of personal information sources to exchange information and diffuse technology among the farmers themselves. Information system is needed to convert conventional dairy farming into modern dairy farming system by utilizing labour resource in an optimized way.
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LMIS on Fishery

Fishery is an essential sector in India. It provides employment to millions of people and contributes to food security of the country.The Indian fisher community, marine or inland, could perhaps be the poorest of the poor and most disadvantaged amongst all rural communities in the country. Often cited as the ‘last mile’, many schemes/programmes of the Government either fail to reach these communities located in remote localities or their implementation remains as a symbolic gesture.The fisheries sector has been recognised as a powerful income and employment generator as it stimulates growth of a number of subsidiary industries and is a source of cheap and nutritious food, at the same time it is an instrument of livelihood for a large section of economically backward population of the country.
The absence of a motivated extension set up and manpower with proper aptitude in the country has been the responsibility for the underutilization of the existing fish-culture technologies. Paucity of precise information about manpower requirements of fisheries extension constrained human resource planning for fisheries. It is true that in wake of globalization, liberation and privatization, flow of technologies has increased. Fisheries and related activities are also transforming into industries at a faster pace. So there is a huge requirement of Labour Market Information System (LMIS) to support this fast growth.
LMIS would help link all the stakeholders, viz., people engaged in fishing, Central and State governments, private/public entities etc. This linkage could be highly beneficial to the growth of industry as well as improved food-security in the country

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LMIS on Poultry

The poultry industry in India represents a major success story. What was largely a backyard venture before the 1960s has been transformed into a vibrant agribusiness with an annual turnover of Rs 30,000 crores. Today, India is the third largest egg producer in the world, and the nineteenth largest broiler producer. Undoubtedly, this impressive growth is a result of several factors, such as active developmental support from the state and central government, research and development support from research institutes, international collaboration and private sector participation.
As the income and employment in the crop sector started to diminish, there was a big shift to the non-crop sector, which includes poultry and dairy. With demand increasing and the production level reaching 37 billion eggs and around 1 billion broilers in 1999-2000, the sector is estimated to employ around 1.6 million people (Mehta et al., 2002). Poultry farming can be taken as a part time occupation especially by women, landless, small and marginal farmers.
Poultry sector is emerging as a potential job creator for skilled and semi-skilled human resource of India. The LMIS can provide a link between the stakeholders viz. job seekers, poultry workers, employers and the government and enable them to make decisions on capacity building, future forecasting and skill gap etc.

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