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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
Junagadh Agricultural University
Amreli

Year of Establishment:     March, 2005

General information about the Krishi Vigyan Kendra:
             The idea of establishment of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) - Farm Science Center was evolved by the recommendations of the education commission/review by the planning commission and inter-Ministerial Committee, and further recommendation by the committee headed by Dr. Mohan Singh Mehta appointed by ICAR in 1973.  The first KVK was established in 1974 at Pondicherry under the administrative control of the Tamilnadu Agriculture University, Coimbtore.
             KVK can be formed under a variety of host institutions, including agricultural universities, state departments, ICAR institutes, other educational institutions, or NGOs. The 700 KVKs in operation per the ICAR website are split into: 458 under State Agricultural Universities, 18 under Central Agricultural Universities, 64 under ICAR institutes, 105 under NGOs, 39 under state departments or other public sector undertakings, and 16 under other miscellaneous educational institutions.[1] A KVK must own about 20 hectare of land for the purpose of testing new agricultural technologies. Gujarat state is having 30 KVKs of which, 07 KVKs are under Junagadh Agricultural University and Amreli is one of them, established in March, 2005.
The mandates of KVKs as under:
 
(1)     Organize short and long term vocational training courses in agricultural and allied Vocations for the farmers and rural youths with emphasis on "Learning by doing" or higher production on farms and generating self employment.
(2)     Organizing training to update the extension personnel with emerging advances in agricultural research on regular basis.
(3)     Organize front-line demonstrations on various crops to generate production data and feedback information.
(4)     Conducting "On farm testing" for identification of technologies in terms of location specific sustainable land use systems
1. Name and Address of KVK with phone, fax and e-mail :
Address
Telephone
E-mail
Web Address
Office
Fax
Senior Scientist and Head
Krishi Vigyan Kendra,  
Junagadh Agricultural University,
Keriya Road, Model farm,
Amreli (Gujarat)-365601
02792
227122
02792
227122
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2.  Staff position in K.V.K., J.A.U., Amreli (as on 31st January, 2021)
Sr.
No.
Sanctioned post
Name of the incumbent
Designation
Discipline
Pay Scale (Rs.)
Present basic (Rs.)
Date of joining
Permanent
/Temporary
Category (SC/ST/OBC/
Others)
1
Senior Scientist & Head
Dr. N. S. Joshi
Programme
Coordinator
Horticulture
15600-39100
G.P. 8000
24170
24/03/2015
Permanent
General
2
Subject Matter Specialist
Er. P. S. Jayswal
Subject Matter
Specialist
Agriculture Engineering
15600-39100
G.P. 6000
24140
10/09/2012
Permanent
General
3
Subject Matter Specialist
Dr. N. Tiwari
Subject Matter
Specialist
Home Science
15600-39100
G.P. 6000
19050
01/04/2013
Permanent
General
4
Subject Matter Specialist
Mr. P. J. Prajapati
Subject Matter
Specialist
Crop Production
15600-39100
G.P. 6000
16920
31/03/2015
Permanent
OBC
5
Subject Matter Specialist
Mr. V. S.Parmar
Subject Matter
Specialist
Extension Education
15600-39100
G.P. 6000
16920
12/05/2016
Permanent
ST
6
Subject Matter Specialist
Mr. N. M. Kachhadiya
Subject Matter
Specialist
Plant Protection
15600-39100
G.P. 6000
-
-
Permanent
General
7
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
Subject Matter
Specialist
Animal Science
-
-
-
-
-
8
Programme Assistant
Ms. K. K Gadhiya
Programme Assistant
Plant pathology
09300-34800
-
30/07/2018
Permanent
General
9
Computer
Programmer
Shri S .N. Joshi
Computer
Programmer
-
39900-126600
44900
01/07/2010
Permanent
General
10
Farm Manager
Mr. S. G Baria
Farm Manager
Agriculture
09300-34800
-
30/07/2018
Permanent
ST
11
Office Superintendent cum Accountant
Shri H. J. Ravaliya
Office Superintendent cum Accountant
-
39900-126600
44900
01/12/2011
Permanent
SC
12
Stenographer
Vacant
Stenographer
-
-
-
-
-
-
13
Driver
Out sourcing
Driver
-
-
-
-
-
-
14
Driver
Out sourcing
Driver
-
-
-
-
-
-
15
Supporting staff
Out sourcing
Supporting staff
-
 
-
-
 
 
16
Supporting staff
Vacant
Supporting staff
-
-
-
-
-
-
3. Adopted village: Details of Operational area /Villages
Sr. No.
Name of village
Name of Taluka
Name of District
Major crops & enterprises
Major problem identified
Identified Thrust Areas
1
Hathigadh
Liliya
Amreli
Groundnut, Cotton, Sesamum, Wheat,
Cumin, Chickpea, Garlic, Onion, Mango, lemon 
Enterprises are dairy business, vermi composting,
Heavy infestation of sucking
pest in cotton, Sesame leaf blight,
Stem rot disease in Groundnut,
Mango Malformation, Less area
under Horticultural crops.
*IPM and INM in major crops
of  this area, *Motivate the farmers
for arid Horticultural  Crops.
*To create the awareness for grading,   
   processing and marketing (value addition)
2
Jasvantgadh
Amreli
Amreli
3
Randhiya
Amreli
Amreli
4
Ingorala
Khambha
Amreli
5
Devgam
Kukavav
Amreli
6
Rikadiya
Amreli
Amreli
7
Ghughrala
Babra
Amreli
8
Ramgadh
Savakundla
Amreli
9
Badhda
Savakundla
Amreli
10
Jambarvada
Babra
Amreli
11
Arjansukh
Kukavav
Amreli
12
Rafala
Bagasra
Amreli
13
Fuljar
Babara
Amreli
14
Dangavadar
Dhari
Amreli
15
Sekhpipariya
Lathi
Amreli
4.  Priority thrust areas:
Sr. No.
Crop/ Enterprise
Thrustarea
1.
Cotton, Groundnut, Castor, Cumin, Wheat, vegetables, fruits, etc.
Integrated Crop Management in major crops
2.
Farm waste
Recycling of farm waste through composting, vermicompost, green manuring, etc.
3.
Micro irrigation
Efficient use of water by micro irrigation system, water harvesting structure, and water conservation techniques
4.
Soil
Reclamation of saline & alkaline soils
5.
Farm Women
Farm women empowerment by training in value addition, handicrafts, and small scale enterprises
6.
Horticulture
Promotion of arid horticulture fruit crops
7.
Improved Implements
Popularization of the mechanized technological know how
5. Summary of Progress Report

Details of the target and achievements of mandatory activities by KVK during 2020-2021(April 2020- January 2021)

OFT
FLD
1
2
Number of OFTs
Number of Farmers
Number of FLDs (Crops/Component)
Number of Farmers
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
05
05
18
18
530
 (FLDs under KVK, ATIC, NICRA, NFSM, NMOOP, PKVY)
530
530
530

 

Trainings
(Including sponsored, vocational etc.)
Extension Activities
3
4
Number of Courses
Number of participants
Number of Activities
Number of participants
Clientele
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Farmers
53
55
1595
1732
378
4117
10072
11014
Rural youth
2
2
90
66
Ext. Functionaries
1
1
40
24
Other Scheme Trainings
(ATIC, NICRA, NFSM, NMOOP)
NICRA -03
ATIC-11
NMOOP-03
NFSM-05
 
NICRA -03
ATIC-11
NMOOP-03
NFSM-05
NICRA -92
ATIC-342
NMOOP- 72
NFSM- 178
NICRA - 92
ATIC-342
NMOOP- 72
NFSM- 178
NICRA -30
ATIC -10
NMOOP-9
NFSM-14
NICRA -38
ATIC -14
NMOOP-9
NFSM-18
NICRA -1000
ATIC -70
NMOOP-268
NFSM-100
NICRA-1205
ATIC -110
NMOOP-268
NFSM-157

 

Seed Production (Qt.)
Planting material (Nos.)
5
6
Target
Achievement
Target
Achievement
10700
7476
2000
2420
6. Farmers Reaction:
Crop
Variety/Input
Farmers’ reaction
Gram
GJG-3
► High Yield Variety
► Bold seeded Variety
► Stunt virus resistant Variety
Cumin
IDM
►Less problem of wilt due to application of Trichoderma
►Less problem of blight and powdery mildew due to spraying of carbendazim and Hexaconazole
Wheat
GW-173
►Resistant to Shoot borer
►High yielding
►Best for late sowing 
Wheat
GJW-463
►High Yield Variety
►Grain quality is good
Green Gram
GAM-5
►Highly resistant to Yellow Mosaic Virus (YMV)
►Bold seed size with attractive shiny grain appearance
Groundnut
GJG-22
►Higher production
►Less stem rot problems
►Quality of seed is good
Sesame
GT-4
►Bold seeded, whiteness more and higher production then other varieties
Cotton
INM
► Less reddening of leaves
►Higher Yield
Cotton
GTHH-49
► Higher Yield
►Suitable for High density planting                    
Cotton
IPM
► Better control of pests
►Economic to other chemical pesticides
Castor
GCH-9
►Resistance to wilt, root rot and tolerant to sucking pests
►Higher Yield
Sorghum
GFS-5
►High yielder 
►Resistance to major pests and diseases and suitable under drought condition
Pigeon Pea
GJP-1
►High yielding
►Bright white colored seed gives good price in market
7. Training Achievement (On campus):
Sr. No.
Subject
No. of training
No. of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1
Horticulture
4
172
05
177
2
Home Science
5
00
194
194
3
Agriculture Engineering
3
76
33
109
4
Plant Protection
4
91
00
91
5
Crop Production
5
131
00
131
6
Extension Education/Capacity building
4
101
00
101
7
Training for Extension Functionaries
1
20
4
24
Total
26
591
236
827
8. Training Achievement (Off campus):
Sr. No.
Subject
No of training
No of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1
Horticulture
2
71
14
85
2
Home Science
7
00
223
223
3
Agriculture Engineering
3
30
105
135
4
Plant Protection
4
123
0
123
5
Crop Production
5
192
0
192
6
Extension Education/capacity building
2
81
00
81
7
Training for Rural youth
2
30
36
66
Total
25
527
378
905
9. Sponsored and Collaborative Training Programmes
Sr. No
Date
Title
Discipline
Thematic area
Duration (days)
Client
(PF/ RY/EF)
No. of courses
No. of Participants
Sponsoring
Agency
Total
M
F
T
1
14-12-2020
Management of  fall armyworm and pink bollworm in cotton
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF
01
30
0
30
ATMA
2
14-12-2020
Management of  fall armyworm and pink bollworm in cotton
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF/FW
01
30
06
36
ATMA
3
17-12-2020
Management of  fall armyworm and pink bollworm in cotton
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF
01
26
0
26
ATMA
4
17-12-2020
Management of  fall armyworm and pink bollworm in cotton
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF
01
32
0
32
ATMA
5
17-12-2020
Soil Heath Awarness and IPM in chickpea
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF
01
30
0
30
DAO
6
17-12-2020
Organic farming
Agronomy
INM
01
PF
01
26
0
26
ATMA
7
17-12-2020
Organic farming
Agronomy
INM
01
PF
01
32
0
32
ATMA
8
19-12-2020
Pest management in organic farming
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF/FW
01
40
10
50
ATMA
9
22-12-2020
Soil Heath Awarness and Pest management in chickpea and wheat
Plant Protection
INM
01
PF/FW
01
20
12
32
DAO
10
28-12-2020
Pest Management in Rabi crops
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF
01
30
0
30
DAO
11
29-12-2020
Pest Management in organic  Farming
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF/FW
01
25
05
30
ATMA
12
04-01-2020
Pest and disease management in Rabi crops
Plant Protection
IPM
01
PF
01
31
0
31
ATMA
13
04-01-2020
Vermicompost and vermin wash
Agronomy
IFS
01
PF
01
31
0
31
ATMA
14
04-01-2020
Vermicompost and vermin wash
Agronomy
IFS
01
PF
01
29
0
29
ATMA
 
Total
412
33
445

 

10. Vocational training programmes for Rural Youth
Crop / Enterprise
Training title*
Identified Thrust Area
Duration (days)
No. of Participants
Self-employed after training
Number of persons employed else where
M
F
Total
Type of units
Number of units
Number of persons employed
Home Science
Bakery products
Economic empowerment of women
2
00
56
56
-
-
-
-
11. Celebration of special event
Celebration of Poshan Maah for month of September - As per guideline issued by ICAR to celebrate September month as a Poshan Maah so by Keeping in mind this guideline KVK, Amreli organized several programme during the same period for farm women and Anganwadi workers. The schedule of the whole month programme that is completed in September month was as follows:-
S.No.
Date
Topics
No. Of Participants
Farmers 
Farm
Anganwadi
1.
3/9/2020
Training on nutrition thali for balance diet
0
20
0
2.
3/9/2020
Filed Visit for  Kitchen Gardening model
0
5
0
3.
4/9/2020
Training programme  and interactive lecturatte
on bio-fortified varieties in nutrition
0
18
0
4.
4/9/2020
Training programme and interactive lecturatte on importance of nutrition during covid-19
0
18
0
5.
4/9/2020
Filed Visit for  Kitchen Gardening model
(Kitchen Gardening Kit was Given previously)
0
06
0
6.
17/9/2020
Celebration of Poshan Maah , By different activities at kvk, Amreli
0
52
33
7.
21/9/2020
Distribution of Poshan Kit
0
14
0
8.
21/9/2020
Training programme on balance  diet and layout preparation of nutri garden for income generation
0
34
0
Mahila Kisan Divas - On 15/10/2020 Mahila Kisan Divas  was organized for 51 farm women by including no activities like women contribution in agriculture development, drawing competition on  balanced diet and poshan thali, essay writing on importance on nutrition for women and also different lecture related to different field like disease management in vegetable crop, disease management in gram and irrigation technologies.
World Soil Day- On 05/12/2020 world soil day was celebrated in KVK, Amreli with 35 farmers during the event various information was given by the scientist on topics like soil health card, importance of different kind of soil etc.
Swacchta Hi Sewa fortnight - On 16/12/2020 to 31/12/2020 Swacchta Hi Sewa fortnight was celebrated in KVK, by organizing different events as per guideline of ICAR.
The schedule of the whole month programme that was completed in Dec under SWS was as follows:-
S.No.
Date
Topics
No. of participants
1.       
16/12/2020
Plantation of trees.
14
2.       
17/12/2020
Cleanliness drive including cleaning of offices
14
3.       
18/12/2020
Cleanliness and sanitation drive in the villages adopted under the MeraGaonMeraGauravProgramme
43
4.       
19/12/2020
Cleanliness and sanitation drive within campuses and surroundings including residential colonies
25
5.       
20/12/2020
Promoting clean & green technologies and organic farming practices in kitchen gardens of residential colonies
35
6.       
21/12/2020
Campaign on cleaning of sewerage & water lines, awareness on recycling of waste water
35
7.       
22/12/2020
Workshops, exhibitions, technology demonstrations on agricultural technologies for conversion of waste to wealth, safe disposal of all kinds of wastes
38
8.       
23/12/2020
Celebration of Special Day- KisanDiwas (Farmer’s Day)-23 December inviting farmers. Experience sharing on Swachhata initiatives by farmers
45
9.       
24/12/2020
Swachhta Awareness at local level
33
10.   
25/12/2020
Cleaning of public places, community market places
14
11.   
26/12/2020
Composting of kitchen and home waste materials,promoting clean & green technologies and organic farming practices in new area.
35
12.   
28/12/2020
Campaign on cleaning of sewerage & water lines, awareness on recycling of waste water
32
13.   
29/12/2020
Cleaning and creating awareness on treatment & safe disposal of bio-degradable/ non-bio-degradable wastes by involving civil/ farming community.  
33
PM Kisan money to farmers- On 25/12/2020 The hon’ble Prime Minster of India had addressed the farmers and releasing PM Kisan money to framers for the same event KVK, Amreli organized one programme in coordination with line department for 380 farmers and farm women and online message for the same event was send and accesses by 1150 farmers by different social media platform.
12.  Extension Activities
Nature of Extension Activity
No. of activities
No of participants
(General)
No of participant
(SC/ST)
Total
M
F
T
M
F
T
M
F
Total
Field Day
28
120
30
150
50
18
68
170
48
218
Krushi Exhibition
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Kisan Ghosthi
5
90
19
109
10
4
14
100
23
123
Khedut Shibir
8
120
51
171
27
16
43
147
77
 
Newspaper coverage
18
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Popular article
09
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Extension literature distribution
15
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1650
Scientist visit to farmers field
68
409
7
416
39
4
43
448
11
459
Farmers visit to KVK
296
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
570
Diagnostic service
12
58
00
58
04
00
04
62
00
62
Telephonic Guidelines
3520
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3520
Lecture delivered
65
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3320
Implement Demo.
15
74
303
377
10
51
61
84
354
438
Video/Film Show
8
392
146
538
47
19
66
439
165
604
Celebration of Technology Week
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Soil/Water Sample Analyzed
50
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
50
Total
4117
1263
556
1819
187
112
299
1450
678
11014
Performance of demonstration units
13. Nursery raising at KVK:
We also developed one small scale nursery in net house, raising the different seedlings like Brinjal, tomato and chili for selling to farmers at normal price.
 Sr. No.
Name of seedlings/plants
Quantity (No.)
Provided to No. of farmers
Income
(Rs.)
1
Brinjal (GRB-5)
850
25
425
2
Tomato (JT-3)
800
27
400
3
Chilli (Double Patto)
770
32
385
14. Horticultural Demonstration Units
Sl. No.
Demo Unit
Area
ha
Details of production
Variety/No. of various plants
1
Herbal garden
0.1
Medicinal plant
2
Orchards unit
0.5
Guava-87 Kg.
Lemon- 59 Kg.
Sapota- 52 Kg.
Custard apple- 53 Kg.
Mango- 08 Kg.
15. Selling of Seed/Component
Sr. No.
Name of Seed/Component
Quantity (Kg)
Price of Sold Material per kg/litre
Provided to No. of farmers
Value (Rs.)
1
Beauveria  bassiana
-
-
-
-
2
Trichoderma
-
-
-
-
3
Metarizium
-
-
-
-
4
Pheromone trap
843
20
52
16860
5
Gossy Lure
1210
10
83
12100
6
Bio-Fertilisers
-
-
-
-
7.
MDP
4
500
1
2000
Total
136
30960
16.  Soil/Water testing sample analysis
Sr. No.
Type of Sample
Numbers of sample
Income (Rs.)
1
Soil
18
5,400
2
Water
32
2560
Total
50
7960
17.  Performance of instructional farm including seed Production
S N
Name of crop
Date of Sowing
Date of Harvesting
Area
(ha)
Details of production
Variety
Type of produce
Qty.
(Kg)
1
Groundnut
10-12/06/2020
12-17/10/2020
10.5
GJG-22
Foundation
7445
2
Sesame
01/07/2020
19/09/2020
1.5
GJT-5
Breeder
31
3
Wheat
09/11/2020
Standing
1.0
GJW-463
Truthful
Standing
4
Chickpea
20/11/2020
1.0
GJG-6
Truthful
18. LINKAGES

Functional linkage with different organizations

Sr. No.
Name of linkages
1.
Dy. Director of Agriculture.
2.
Dy. Director of Agril. Extension (FTC)
3.
Dy. Director of Horticulture
4.
Dy. Director of Animal Husbandry 
5.
Dy. Director of Soil Conservation
6.
Dy. Director of Social Forestry 
7.
Amreli Jilla Madhya Sahakari Bank
8.
Milk Co-Operative Society 
9.
State Bank of India
10.
National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD)
11.
NHRDF
12.
Doordarshan Kendra
13.
All India Radio
14
District Rural Development Agency
15.
ATMA
16.
Mahindra & Mahindra Co. Ltd.
Other Schemes Activities
19. Agriculture Technology Information Centre Activities (ATIC):

I. Trainings:

Sr. No.
Types of training
No. of Training
No. of participants
1
On Campus
04
115
2
Off Campus
07
160
3
Field day
04
70
4
Field visit
10
40
Total
25
385

 

Sr. No.
Crop
Season
Component
/Variety
No of FLD
Area
(ha)
Average yield (q/ha)
% increase in productivity over local check
Demo
Local
check
1
Groundnut
Kharif 20
IPM (Metarhizium, Beauveria , Azadirechtin chloropyriphos
20
5
17.64
16.08
9.74
2
Cotton
Kharif 20
GTTH-49
5
1.25
20.8
20.0
3.58
3
Cotton
Kharif 20
IPM (Cotton Inputs Beauveria , Azadirechtin, Pheromone trap)
20
5
21.4
20.4
5.13
4
Groundnut
Kharif 20
GJG-22
20
5
16.5
14.9
10.94
5
Sesame
Kharif 20
GT-4
10
4
2.50
2.15
16.28
6
Cotton
Kharif 20
MDT tube
10
2.5
18.80
17.68
6.35
7
Gram
Rabi20-21
IDPM
25
6.25
6.25
27.6
25.3
8
Gram
Rabi 20-21
GJG-6
25
6.25
6.25
28.6
25.6
9
Wheat
Rabi 20-21
GW-451
25
6.25
6.25
49.2
40.3
10
Onion
Rabi 20-21
IDM
10
2.5
 
 
 
Toatal
170
44
 
 

 

III. Economic Impact of FLDs (ATIC)
Crop
Average Cost of cultivation (Rs./ha)
Average Gross Return (Rs./ha)
Average Net Return (Profit) (Rs./ha)
Cost Ratio
(Gross Return
/ Gross Cost)   
Demo
Local Check
Demo
Local Check
Demo
Local Check
Demo
Local Check
Groundnut
31494
33782
87340
78930
55846
45148
2.78
2.33
Cotton
39362
41402
107350
103645
67988
62243
2.72
2.50
Cotton
38671
41089
112440
105795
73769
64706
2.90
2.57
Groundnut
30178
32856
81387
73652
51209
40795
2.65
2.21
Sesame
10217
11192
19394
16698
9177
5507
1.89
1.49
Cotton
40004
41273
98255
92404
58251
51131
2.45
2.24
20. Activities under National Innovations on Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA) 

I. Trainings:

Sr. No.
Title of training
No. of Courses
No. of beneficiaries
Male
Female
Total
1
Integrated pest and disease management in kharif crops
1
31
0
31
2
Soil health awareness and pest management in chickpea and wheat
1
32
0
32
3
Organic farming
1
29
0
29
Total
3
92
0
92

II. Front Line Demonstrations:

Intervention
Description
No. of demos
Area (ha)
Average Yield (q /ha)
Crop
Variety (s)
Demo
Local chek
% increase over local cheek
Critical inputs for Nutrient Management (Groundnut variety GJG-22 with
Rhizobium and Phosphate culture)
Groundnut
GJG-22
10
4.0
17.0
16.1
5.84
Intercropping systems (Cotton+ Sesame)
Cotton
-
20
8.0
20.55
20.80
-1.20 %
Sesame
Sesame GT-4
 
 
3.78
Additional Return from sesame
New improved variety
Okra
GO-6
5
2.0
131.3
120.3
9.15 %
Disease Resistant Variety
Green Gram
 
5
2.0
3.9
3.3
19.23
Short duration/Late sowing varieties varieties
Wheat
GW-173
10
4.0
47.9
44.4
7.88
Pests and disease resistance varieties
Chickpea
GJG-6
10
4.0
23.8
21.6
10.19
Total
60
24

 

III. Work under Natural Resource Management:

Name of intervention undertaken
No of units
No of farmers  benefitted
Vermicompost Unit
09
09

V. Extension activities:

Thematic area
No. of activities
No. of beneficiaries
Male
Female
Total
Method demonstration
6
110
65
175
Agro advisory services
15
620
70
690
Awareness
5
75
32
107
Field Day
3
78
0
78
Group discussion
5
110
24
134
Diagnostic visit
4
21
0
21
Total
38
1014
191
1205

VII. Institutional interventions revenue generated through custom hiring center (April-2020 to December-2020):

Name of the implement
No. of units
Area covered (ha)
No. of beneficiaries
Revenue generated (Rs.)
Implement used for which crop
Rotavator
2
13
15
4000
Cotton and Groundnut
Mobile Shredder
1
20
4
2600
Cotton
M B Plough
1
7
6
1400
Cotton
Seed dressing drum
1
18
10
400
Groundnut
Drip Line Collector
8
11
12
600
Cotton
Total
9000

 

21. Activities-Cluster base Front Line Demonstrations of Rabi and Summer Pulses under NFSM:

I: Training

Sr. No.
Types of training
No. of training
No. of participants
1
On campus
02
50
2
Off campus
03
128
3
Field Day
4
75
4
Field visit
12
42
5
Sponsored training
2
40
Total
23
335

II. Cluster Front Line Demonstrations of Rabi Pulses under NFSM:

Sr. No.
Crop
Season
Component
/Variety
No. of FLD
Area
(ha)
Average yield (q/ha)
% increase in productivity over local check
Demo
Local
check
1
Pigeon pea
Kharif 20
GJP-1, Trichoderma,  Rhizobium,
Beuvaria, PSB
50
20
23.35
20.03
16.58
2
Gram
Rabi-2020-21
GJG-6, Trichoderma,  HNPV,
Beuvaria, pheromen trap
50
20
25.2
21.6
16.67
Total
100
20

 

22.Activities-Cluster base Front Line Demonstrations of oilseed under NMoop:

I. Training

Sr. No.
Types of training
No. of training
No. of participants
1
 On/Off campus
3
72
2
Field Day
6
178
3
Sponsored training
3
90
Total
12
340

II. Cluster Front Line Demonstrations of oilseed under NMoop:

Sr. No.
Crop
Season
Component
/Variety
No of FLD
Area
(ha)
Average yield (q/ha)
% increase in productivity over local check
Demo
Local
 heck
1
Groundnut
Kharif-2020
GJG-22,
Metarhizium, Rhizobium and PSB
50
20
19.4
17.3
12.46
2
Sesame
Kharif-2020
GT-4 and Beauria, Trichoderma, Azadirectine, Pendimethalin
50
20
2.1
1.8
21.36
                                                Total
100
40

 

23. DEMONSTRATION UNDER PARMPARAGAT KRISHI VIKAS YOJNA (PKVY)
Sr.
No.
Crop
Season
Inputs
No of FLD
Area
(ha.)
Yield
(q/ha)
Cost of cultivation
Gross return
(Rs./ha)
Net Return
(Rs./ha)
BC Ratio
1
Groundnut
Kharif-2020
NPK consortia, Castor cake, Metarhizium, Beauveria, Tricoderma, NPV, Neem oil, Sea weed extract, Banana pseudo liquid 
20
20
23.5
23600
124358
100758
5.27
Total
20
20
 
 

 

 

 

24. Front Line Demonstration on Kitchen gardening- April 2020 to December 2020
Sr. No.
Name of vegetables
Seasons
No. of participants
Crop
Verities
Qty. (Gram)
1.
Cowpea
Kashi Kanchan
25
Kharif
20
 
Palak
All Green
25
Coriander
GDLC-1
25
Methi
RMT-305
25
Radish
Pusa Chetki
10
Cucumber
Pusa Uday
5
Bottle Gourd
Pusa naveen
5
Drumstick
PKM -1
5
Okra
Ark Anamika
10
Chilli
Pusa Jawala
2
Onion
Agrifound Dark Red
10
Cauliflower
Kashi Gobhi-25
5
2.
Coriander
-
5
Rabi
100
Menthi
-
5
Radish
-
5
Spinach
-
5
Carrot
-
5

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