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Kerala Launches Mobile App to Bridge Gap Between Farmers and Agricultural Workers

The Kerala Agriculture Department has embarked on an innovative project aimed at revolutionizing labor management in the agricultural sector.

Sarbani Bhattacharjee
The Kaarshika Labor Bank Project is a Digital Revolution (Photo Source: Unsplash)
The Kaarshika Labor Bank Project is a Digital Revolution (Photo Source: Unsplash)

The Kerala Agriculture Department is revolutionizing agricultural labor management in the state by launching the Kaarshika Labor Bank Project. This innovative mobile application aims to bridge the gap between farmers and skilled agricultural workers by providing a comprehensive platform for hiring and managing agricultural labor.

Matching Skills with Needs

The app goes beyond simply connecting farmers with workers. It facilitates a perfect match between job requirements and worker skills.  A built-in rating and review system further enhances transparency and trust, allowing users to make informed decisions.

Catering to Diverse Agricultural Needs

The Kaarshika Labor Bank Project caters to various agricultural tasks, from setting up hydroponics to land tiling and coconut climbing. This ensures the availability of a skilled workforce across all localities in Kerala.

Project in Development

The Kerala Agriculture Department is currently identifying a start-up to develop the Kaarshika Labour Bank Project. This project holds immense potential to transform agricultural labor management in Kerala by streamlining the hiring process, ensuring transparency, and creating a readily available pool of skilled workers for the state's agricultural sector.

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