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Farmer suicides in India refers to the national catastrophe of farmers committing suicide since the 1990s, often by drinking pesticides, due to their inability to repay loans mostly taken from landlords and banks.

As of 2014, in Maharashtra alone, more than 60,000 suicides had taken place, with an average of 10 suicides every day.[1]

The National Crime Records Bureau of India reported that a total 296,438 Indian farmers had committed suicide since 1995. Of these, 60,750 farmer suicides were in the state of Maharashtra since 1995, with the remnant amount spread out in Odisha, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Chhattisgarh, all states with loose financial and entry regulations.[2][3]

Earlier, governments had reported varying figures, from 5,650 farmer suicides in 2014[4] to the highest number of farmer suicides in 2004 of 18,241.[5] The farmers suicide rate in India had ranged between 1.4 and 1.8 per 100,000 total population, over a 10-year period through 2005, however the figures in 2017 and 2018 showed an average of more than 10 suicides daily.[6] There are accusations of states manipulating the data on farmer suicides, hence the real figures could be even higher.[7]

India is an agrarian country with around 70% of its people depending directly or indirectly upon agriculture. Farmer suicides account for 11.2% of all suicides in India.[4] Activists and scholars have offered a number of conflicting reasons for farmer suicides, such as high debt burdens, poor government policies, corruption in subsidies, crop failure, public mental health, personal issues and family problems

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Mission

Inspiring scope and examples for developing solution and output oriented projects for human needs and simultaneously saving the mother Earth and nature.

Under these projects everyone can work and contribute for a cause with us:

1. Giving weather information directly at grassroots level to farmers based on experience and study (former IITM, Pune employee and Meteorologist).

2. Natural Disaster Management and Control especially cloudburst (Flash floods)

3. To stop farmer’s suicide

4. Complete health of farmers: (Mental as well as physical health)

5. Natural Agricultural (Seed, Soil, Water, Environment)

5. Fight against Poverty and rural awareness

6. Indigenous experimentation

7. Human and Animals Rights

9. Children and Women empowerment

10. Creation of Team work ability and Leadership skills in rural masses through participation and activities

Open for any queries and improvements.

 

About Me

Prof. Kirankumar P. Johare has 23 years plus experience various faculties of Research & Development (R&D). Seven years in teaching profession and dealing with different kinds of students and their requirements. For the past three years he also has an Industrial experience. He is also in the R&D activities in addition to teaching for last thirteen years.

After completing his B. Sc. Physics and M.Sc. in Electronic Science from the Pune University in 1996 and 1998 respectively, he worked as Production Officer in EBG India Pvt. Ltd., Igatpuri, Nashik, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad (IIIT-Allahabad) Deemed University, which is ranked 10th by India Today among best government engineering colleges in India and 119 in BRICS nation by the QS World University Rankings of 2019, as faculty and Innovator in Innovative and Support Centre for Information Technology, Electronics, Computer Science, Physics, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) as Meteorologist, Pune, Baramati Agro Ltd, Hadapsar, Pune as IT Manager (Research and Development), PG teacher at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Khadki, Pune. Currently he is working as Assistant Professor, Electronic Science and Computer Science in MVP’s Senior College, Nashik.
He has also cleared the SET, NET, MBA (Marketing), PGD-HRM, PGD-Operation.

He is a seeker of knowledge and a continuous learner, philosopher, motivator, mentor, visionary, meteorologist, Physicist, environmentalist, writer, journalist and effective communicator who is friendly, cooperative and popular with farmers. At the same time, he is hardworking teacher and a task master too. His students are working in different reputed journals.

He worked and represented India several times at International level, designed curriculum and laboratory designs for M. Tech. and B. Tech. at IIIT-Allahabad and also actively contributed in syllabus designing for Savitribai Phule Pune University (SSPU), Pune. He has received a special credit for his services from INI (Institute of National Importance) which is known for its pivotal role in developing highly skilled personnel with specific specialization. He also received several Industrial and Research related National Awards for his innovative ideas and practical implications as well as International recognitions for his human life saving research work for society. With his experience and devotion to his profession. He has many research papers to his credit in National and international peer reviewed publications of repute.

You can reach Kirankumar Johare at kkjohare@rediffmail.com, mobile number 9970368009, 9168981939 (WhatsApp), Twitter handle @KirankumarJohar Facebook id Kirankumar Kiku, where he welcomes your comments and suggestions

 

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