Requirement Analysis carried out at Department of Agriculture, Hariharbhawan, Lalitpur for the development of "Organic Fertilizer and Bio-Fertilizer Management Software System" on 9th October 2022 at DoA Nepal.

Organic fertilizers and Bio-fertilizers are a set of tools that, when combined with agro-ecological management practices, have the potential to empower farmers to regenerate soils and the ecologies around them. Concentrating on soil health and producing a variety of plants, this boosts the soil's capacity to hold water, fosters the growth of more nutrient-dense food, improves wildlife habitats, and raises the value of the products that farmers are raising. The farmers also begin to view their farm as a living ecosystem rather than merely a place to raise food. Farmers become one of the most significant social groups with the potential to contribute to the restoration of the environment and this eventually helps in ensuring the sustainable agriculture production in Nepal. The production of bio-fertilizers and organic fertilizers has been initiated by various companies in Nepal along with the desire of import, as the demand of fertilizers is increasing day by day. Thus, Department of Agriculture (DoA) has been providing services of registration and permit letter generation for the organic fertilizers and bio-fertilizers. For the effective management, DoA Nepal has been implementing Organic Fertilizer and Bio Fertilizer Directives since 2078. Based on the directives, for the effective management and efficient workflow management, DoA Nepal have planned to develop online software entitled โ€œOrganic fertilizer and Bio fertilizer Online Management Softwareโ€.

The software has been planned to work out for the management of registration, permit letter generation and for the progress report tracking. Software system has been planned to operate from the three tiers of government (Local level, Provincial level and Federal level).

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