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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA

JUNAGADH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, JAMNAGAR  

 
KVK Jamnagar
Year of Establishment :
                                      ZARS (KVK) 2001, Letter No. F.No. 18(4)/99-NATP Dated October 31st, 2001
                                      ICAR (KVK) 2004, Letter No. F.No. 8(1)/2002-AE-II(Pt.) Dated February 5th, 2004

KVK : Mandate and Activities

The mandate of KVK is Technology Assessment and Demonstration for its Application and Capacity Development.

  1. On-farm testing to assess the location specificity of agricultural technologies under various farming systems.
  2. Frontline demonstrations to establish production potential of technologies on the farmers’ fields.
  3. Capacity development of farmers and extension personnel to update their knowledge and skills on modern agricultural technologies.
  4. To work as Knowledge and Resource Centre of agricultural technologies for supporting initiatives of public, private and voluntary sector in improving the agricultural economy of the district.
  5. Provide farm advisories using ICT and other media means on varied subjects of interest to farmers.

    In addition, KVKs produce quality technological products (seed, planting material, bio-agents, livestock) and make it available to farmers, organize frontline extension activities, identify and document selected farm innovations and converge with ongoing schemes and programs within the mandate of KVK.

1.General information about the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jamnagar:
Name of the Head
Post
Office address
Mobile
Email
Dr. K. P. Baraiya
 
Senior Scientist & Head
 
Krishi Vigyan Kendra
Junagadh Agricultural University,
Air force Road, Opp. Digjam Mill
Jamnagar- 361 006
(O) 0288:2710165 M.:9427980032
 
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Faculty Information
Sl.
No.
Name
Designation
Discipline
Mobile No.
Email.ID
1
Dr. K.P. Baraiya
Senior Scientist & Head
Plant Protection
9427980032
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2
Shri V. L. Kikani
Scientist
Crop Production
9898590750
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3
Smt. A. K. Baraiya
Scientist
Home Science
9998227607
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4
Vacant
Scientist
Plant Protection
-
-
5
Vacant
Scientist
Horti./ Ag. Engg
-
-
6
Vacant
Scientist
Ext. Edu.
-
-
7
Vacant
Scientist
Fisheries
-
-
8
Shri H. S. Godhani
Farm Manager
Agril. Ent.
8866255223
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9
Shri N. D. Ambaliya
Programme
Assistant
Agril.
9081291071
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10
Shri C. P. Padhiyar
ComputerProgrammer
Computer Operator
9428378980
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11
Vacant
Assistant
Adm.
-
-
12
Vacant
Stenographer
-
-
-
13
Vacant
Driver
-
-
-
14
Shri. D.M. Chauhan
Driver
-
9824173712
-
15
Shri B. V. Bamaniya
Supporting staff
-
9904553794
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16
Shri P. S. Damor
Supporting staff
-
9638540107
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Total land with KVK (in ha)          :20.84 ha

Sl. No.
Item
Areain hectare(s)*
1
 Under Building and Road
2.00
2
 Under Demonstration units
0.70
3
 Under crops
12.40
4
 Orchard
3.50
5
Agro-forestry
0.24
6
 Others (Farm Pond & Channels)
2.00
 
Total
20.84

Infrastructure : (Facilities at KVK Main building, Training hall, Hostel, Farm etc)

Sl. No.
Name of building
Completion Date
1.
Administrative Building
15-8-11
2.
Farmers Hostel
15-8-11
3.
Staff Quarters(6)
15-8-11
4.
Training Hall
20-2-10
5
Process Plant
20-2-10
6
Implement shed
11-2-10
7
Rain Water harvesting system
31-3-2007
8
Modern nursery unit
March, 2013
2.  District Profile

Basic information of operational district, Jamnagar:      

Sr. No.
Details
JAMNAGAR
DEVBHUMI DWARKA
1
Totalgeographical area
6.075 lakh ha.
4.07509 lakh ha.
2
Total cultivable area
4.32 lakh ha.
2.52 lakh ha.
3
Net cultivated area
3.53 lakh ha.
2.38 lakh ha
4
Total area underforest
0.43 lakh ha.
0.1736 lakh ha
5
Total irrigated area
0.939 lakh ha.
0.23092 lakh ha.
6
Numberof holdings
1.44 lakh
1.17 lakh
7
Average annualrainfall
550 mm.
550 mm.
8
Soil type
Mediumblack
Mediumblack
9
Total numberof villages
419 (8 city)
280 (8 city)
10
Total population
13.89 lakh  (2011)
7.48 lakh  (2011)
(a) Male
7.18 lakh
3.84 lakh
(b) Female
6.71 lakh
3.64 lakh
11
Literacy percentage
Rural
Urban
Rural
Urban
a. Male
86.95
79.55
76.14
80.74
 
b. Female
76.22
62.18
55.41
61.36
12
Numberof Talukas
6 (Six),
4 (Four)
Jamnagar
Jamkhambhalia
Dhrol
Jamkalyanpur
Jodiya
Okha Mandal (Dwarka)
Kalavad
Bhanvad
Lalpur
 
 
 
Jamjodhpur
 

Major farmingsystems/enterprises (based on the analysis made by the KVK)

S. No
Farmingsystem/enterprise
1
Crops
Cereals
:
Pearl millet, Sorghum, Wheat, Maize
Pulses
:
Greengram, Blackgram, Chickpea, pigeonpea
Oilseeds
:
Groundnut, Sesamum, Castor, Mustard,
Cashcrops
:
Cotton,
Spices and condiments
:
Cumin, Fennel, Coriander, ajwan, Ishabgul
Vegetables
:
Onion, garlic, potato, chilli, binjal, tomato, cauliflower,  Cowpea, cabbage, okra, peach, cucurbits etc
Horticulture
:
Chiku, pomegranate, lemon (Citrus), Jamun, Aonla, guava, custard apple, papaya, coconut, ber, Almond, Banana
Floriculture
:
Rose, merry gold, vevanti, etc
Other Crops
:
Chikori, Fenugreek
2
Live stock
Bullocks and cows
 
 
Buffaloes
 
209616
Sheep
 
232530
Goats
 
173022
Horse and camel
 
410/2260
Poultry
 
38041
Others animals
 
-
3.
Fishery
340 kmcoastal belt
 
4832 tonnes fish production

Details of Operational area/ Villages (2018-19 to 2020-21)

Sl No
Taluka
Name of the village
Major crops & enterprises
Major problem identified
Identified  thrust area
1
Jamnagar
Chandragadh,
Khojaberaja,
Lothiya, NaniBanugar,
Suryapara
Cotton, groundnut, sesame, castor, greengram, wheat, Gram, cumin, mustard, Vegetable, Soyabean, flowers, live stock, fisheries
Heavy infestation of sucking pest in cotton, stem rot disease&whitegrub in Groundnut, Root rot in castor,  Less area under horticulture crops, Blight in cumin, salinity, pink bollworm in cotton
  • ICM in major crops of the district
  • Organic crop production
  • Introduction of new crop
  • Recycling of farm waste
  • Popularization of MIS
  • Motivation of fisheries cultivation
  • Soil Reclamation
  • Farm women empowerment
  • Farm mechanization
2
Kalyanpur
Gadhka, Patelka,  Haripar, Juvanpur, Jampar
(January - 2020 to June  2020)
3. Details of Various Extension Activities 
  • 3.1 On Farm Trial (OFT)
Crop/Subject
Numberof OFTs
Numberof Farmers
 
Targets
Achievement
Targets

 Achievement

Sesame (Varietal)
1
1
3
3
Sesame (IPM)
1
1
3
3
Groundnut (varietal)
1
1
3
3
Cumin (IPM)
1
1
3
3
Home Science
1
1
5
5
Total
5
5
17
17

Detail Informationabout OFT to be conducted

Thematic areas
Crop
Name of the technology assessed/Refined
No. of trials
No. of farmers
Varietal Evaluation
Sesame
Assessment of the performance of high yielding Sesame varieties in summer irrigated condition for  Jamnagar District
3
3
Integrated Pest Management
Sesame
Management of Sesame leaf webber
3
3
Varietal Evaluation
Groundnut
Assessment of suitable high yielding groundnut variety in kharif season for Jamnagar district
3
3
Storage Technique
Groundnut
Assessment of PICS bag for Groundnut storage
5
5
Integrated Pest Management
Cumin
Management of aphid in Cumin
3
3
Total
17
17
3.2 Frontline demonstrations (FLDs) 

Details of FLDs implemented during 2020

Sr.
No.
Crop
Thematic area
Technology Demonstrated
Season and year
Area (ha)
No. of  farmers/
demonstration
Proposed
Actual
SC/ST
Others
Total
 
 
 
Oilseeds
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Sesame
(NFSM)
ICM
Improved Var.(G. Til-5), Beauveria bassiana, Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobactor
Sum-2019-20
10
10
0
25
25
2
Groundnut (NFSM)
ICM
Improved Var.(GJG.-22), Metarhizium, Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium
Kharif-2020-21
20
10
0
25
25
3
Castor
(ATIC)
Varietal
Variety  GCH-9
Kharif-2020-21
8
8
0
20
20
 
 
 
Pulses
 
 
 
 
 
 
4
Chickpea
(NFSM)
IPM, Varietal
Varietal (GJG-6), Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium, Beauveriabassiana
Rabi-2020-21
20
20
0
50
50
5
Chickpea*
(NFSM)
IPM, Varietal
Seed GG-5, Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2019-20
20
20
0
50
50
 
 
 
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Wheat
Varietal
Variety –GW 463
Rabi-2020-21
4
4
0
10
10
7
Wheat *
Varietal
Variety –GW 463
Rabi-2019-20
4
4
0
10
10
 
 
 
Spices Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Ajwain
IPM/IDM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2020-21
04
04
0
10
10
9
Cumin
(ATIC)
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
Rabi-2020-21
08
08
0
20
20
10
Coriander
(ATIC) 
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
Rabi-2020-21
08
08
0
20
20
11
Cumin*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
Rabi-2019-20
04
04
0
10
10
12
Ajwain*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2019-20
04
04
0
10
10
13
Coriander* 
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
Rabi-2019-20
8
8
0
20
20
14
Cumin (ATIC)*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
Rabi-2019-20
10
10
0
25
25
15
Coriander  (ATIC)*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
Rabi-2019-20
10
10
0
25
25
 
 
 
Others crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
16
Cotton
ICM
Beauveria, SNPV, MDP, Azadirachtin
Kharif-2020-21
10
10
0
25
25
17
Chicory *
IPM
Beauveria, Azotobactor, PSB,
Kharif-2019-20
2
2
0
5
5
18
Kitchen Gardening
Nutritional Security
Vegetable seed
2020-21
2
2
0
50
50
19
Cotton
Drudgery reduction
Cotton picking Apron
Kharif-2020
2
2
0
5
5
20
Okra
Drudgery reduction
Vegetable mittens
Sum-2019-20
-
-
0
5
5
21
Solar Cooker
Solar Energy
Solar Cooker
2020-21
-
-
0
5
5
22
Animal (Cow)
Dairy Management
Bypass Fat
2020-21
-
-
0
3
3

* FLD conducted during Rabi 2019-20

Performance of Front line demonstrations in detail

Front line demonstrations on oilseed crops

Crop
Thematic Area
technology demonstrated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area
(ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Increase in yield
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of check
(Rs./ha)
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
High
Low
Average

Sesame

(NFSM)
ICM
Improved Var.(G. Til-5), Beauveriabassiana, Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobactor
G.Til.-5
25
10
9.6
5.8
7.8
6.25
24.8
22696
54600
31904
2.41
25250
43750
18500
1.73
Groundnut
(NFSM)
ICM
Improved Var.(GJG.-22), Metarhizium, Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium
GJG-22
25
10
22.60
16.80
19.08
17.04
12.00
44932
104962
60030
2.35
47304
93720
46416
1.99

Front line demonstrations on Pulses crops

Crop
Thematic Area
technology demonstrated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area
(ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Increase in yield
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of check
(Rs./ha)
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
High
Low
Average
Chickpea*
(NFSM)
IPM, Varietal
Seed GG-5, Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
GG-5
50
20
30.0
23.75
27.50
22.40
22.77
39200
134062
94863
3.42
40800
109200
68400
2.68

FLD on Other crops 

Category & Crop
Thematic Area
Name of the technology
No. of Farmers
Area (ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Change in Yield
Other Parameters
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of check (Rs./ha)
Demo
Check
Demo
Check
Gross Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
(R/C)
High
Low
Average
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wheat *
Varietal
Variety –GW 463
10
4
56.25
50.0
53.50
46.88
14.13
 
 
34300
113688
79388
3.31
34000
87891
53891
2.59
Spices & condiments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cumin*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
10
04
15.00
11.88
13.63
12.06
12.95
 
 
45700
156688
110988
3.43
47500
138719
91219
2.92
Ajwain*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
10
04
12.50
8.75
11.19
9.81
14.01
 
 
38600
128656
90056
3.33
39500
112844
73344
2.86
Coriander* 
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
20
8
18.75
12.50
15.44
13.50
14.35
 
 
30325
92625
62300
3.05
30875
74250
43375
2.40
Cumin (ATIC)*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
25
10
15.63
10.0
12.65
11.21
12.82
 
 
51640
145475
93835
2.82
52456
128944
76488
2.46
Coriander  (ATIC)*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
25
10
17.50
11.25
15.08
13.02
15.83
 
 
30800
94219
63419
3.06
31440
71583
40143
2.28
Other Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chicory *
IPM
Beauveria, Azotobactor, PSB
5
2
143.75
125.0
137.50
120.0
14.67
 
 
99250
343750
244500
3.46
98500
300000
201500
3.05

FLD on Livestock

Category and Crop
Thematic area
Name of the technology demonstrated
No. of Farmer
No. of Units
Yield (Lit/5 months)
%  change in yield
Fat( %)
Economics of demonstration
(Rs./unit)
Economics of  check
(Rs./unit)
Demons
ration
Check
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Cattle
Feed Management
Bypass Fat
3
3
1070
930
15.05
5.83
4.90
24150
38386
14236
1.59
22650
28026
5376
1.24
FLD on Women Empowerment
Category
Name of technology
No. of demonstrations
Name  of observations
Demonstration
Check
Solar cooker
Solar cooker
5
Fuel consumption (per year)
Solar energy + 63 kg LPG
81 kg LPG
Time saving
51 to 56%
0
Drudgery reduction
Cotton picking apron
5
Seed cotton picked (kg/hr)
3.44
3.14
Cotton picking efficiency (%)
9.55 %
-
Drudgery reduction
Vegetable Mittens
5
Efficiency of picking (Kg/hour)
7.22
6.62
Efficiency Increase (%)
8.93 %
-

FLD on Other Enterprise: Kitchen Gardening

Category and Crop
Thematic area
Name of the technology demonstrated
No. of Farmer
No. of Units
Yield (Kg)/unit
%  change in yield
Other parameters
Economics of demonstration
(Rs./unit)
Economics of  check
(Rs./unit)
Demons
ration
Check
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Kitchen gardening
Nutritional security
Vegetable seed
50
50
533.80
411.40
29.75
-
-
4784
10676
5892
2.23
4281
8228
3947
1.92

Note : Remove the Enterprises/crops which have not been shown

3.3 Training Programmes

On  Campus

 
No. of courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Target
Achieved
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
II Horticulture
1
1
12
14
26
2
2
4
30
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
IV Livestock Production and Management
2
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
30
V Home Science/Women empowerment
4
3
6
82
88
0
0
0
88
VI Agril. Engineering
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VII Plant Protection
3
6
147
81
228
24
25
49
277
VIII Fisheries
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
IX Production of Inputs at site
1
1
25
0
25
0
0
0
25
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
19
12
190
207
397
26
27
53
450
(B) RURAL YOUTH
2
2
56
60
116
18
5
23
139
(C) Extension Personnel
2
1
0
29
29
0
0
0
29
Grand Total (A+B+C)
23
15
246
296
542
44
32
76
618

Off Campus

 
No. of courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Target
Achieved
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
5
7
178
8
186
0
0
0
186
II Horticulture
1
1
32
26
58
2
2
4
62
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
4
3
215
0
215
0
0
0
215
IV Livestock Production and Management
3
4
72
200
272
0
9
9
281
V Home Science/Women empowerment
5
6
26
156
182
0
1
1
183
VI Agril. Engineering
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VII Plant Protection
5
5
145
7
152
35
0
35
187
VIII Fisheries
4
1
20
0
20
0
0
0
20
IX Production of Inputs at site
2
2
25
30
55
0
0
0
55
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
29
29
713
427
1140
37
12
49
1189
(B) RURAL YOUTH
1
2
22
55
77
2
3
5
82
(C) Extension Personnel
2
3
37
104
141
3
16
19
160
Grand Total (A+B+C)
32
34
772
586
1358
42
31
73
1431

On + Off Campus

 
No. of courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Target
Achieved
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
9
7
178
8
186
0
0
0
186
II Horticulture
2
2
44
40
84
4
4
8
92
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
5
3
215
0
215
0
0
0
215
IV Livestock Production and Management
5
5
72
230
302
0
9
9
311
V Home Science/Women empowerment
9
9
32
238
270
0
1
1
271
VI Agril. Engineering
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VII Plant Protection
8
11
292
88
380
59
25
84
464
VIII Fisheries
6
1
20
0
20
0
0
0
20
IX Production of Inputs at site
3
3
50
30
80
0
0
0
80
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
48
41
903
634
1537
63
39
102
1639
(B) RURAL YOUTH
3
4
78
115
193
20
8
28
221
(C) Extension Personnel
4
4
37
133
170
3
16
19
189
Grand Total (A+B+C)
55
49
1018
882
1900
86
63
149
2049

Vocational training programmes for Rural Youth

Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Post harvest technology and value addition
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Value addition
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
0
30
30
Others (pl. specify)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
0
30
30
3.4 Extension Programmes
Activities
No. of Programme
No. of farmers
No. of Extension Personnel
Total
Advisory Services
7509
9655
353
10008
Diagnostic visits
26
131
6
137
Field Day
10
304
25
329
Group discussions
28
825
95
920
Kisan Ghosthi
12
619
36
655
Film Show
8
516
28
544
Self -help groups
3
33
0
33
Kisan Mela
1
1238
21
1259
Exhibition
1
1238
21
1259
Scientists' visit to farmers field
62
668
21
689
Farmers' seminar/workshop
4
868
44
912
Method Demonstrations
15
217
59
276
Celebration of important days
6
835
203
1038
Special day celebration
2
228
18
246
Lecture delivered
90
7566
482
8048
Implement/Crop Demonstration
20
572
55
627
Farmer shibir/Crop shibir
7
412
22
434
Collobrative training
3
375
53
428
Others (pl. specify in Remarks column)
2
179
17
196
Total
7809
17245
6336
23581

Other Extension Activity

1
Electronic Media (CD./DVD)
0
2
Extension Literature
2099
3
Newspaper coverage
14
4
Popular articles
3
5
Radio Talks
0
6
TV Talks
2
7
Animal health camps (Number of animals treated)
0
8
Publications
2
 
Total
2120
3.5 Mobile Advisory Services

Name of KVK

Message Type
Type of Messages
Crop
Live
stock
Weather
Marke-ting
Aware-ness
Other enterprise
Total
Jamnagar
Text only
10
0
3
0
10
1
24
Voice only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Voice & Text both
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total Messages
10
0
3
0
10
1
24
 
Total farmers Benefitted
777017
0
233139
0
699369
438
1709963
3.6 Seed & Planting Material Production

Production of seeds by the KVKs

Crop
Name of the crop
Name of the variety
Name of the hybrid
Quantity of seed(q)
Expected  Value(Rs)
Expected Number of farmers
Oilseeds
Groundnut
GJG-32
-
24.00
372000
22
 
Groundnut
GJG-31
-
12.00
186000
16
 
Groundnut
GJG-9
-
40.20
623100
64
 
Groundnut
GJG-32
-
54.30
841650
82
 
Sesamum
GJT-5
-
1.10
16500
38
Cereals
Wheat
GW-451
-
226.00
581950
335
Total
 
 
 
357.60
2621200
557
Production of planting materials by the KVKs
Crop
Name of the crop
Name of the variety
Name of the hybrid
Number
Value (Rs.)
Number of farmers
Vegetable seedlings
Brinjal
 
GHB-4
840
420
24
Fruit
Lime
Kagdi lime
 
12
360
8
 
Mango
Kesar
 
87
11310
11
 
Custard apple
Custard apple
 
28
420
18
Total
 
 
 
967
12510
61
3.7 Soil, water & plant Analysis
Samples
No. of Samples
No. of Farmers
No. of Villages
Amount realized (Rs.)
Soil
98
98
14
10150
Water
9
8
8
450
Plant
65
63
27
0
Total
172
169
49
10600
4. Project : (Mandate and Achievements )
4.1 Establishment of Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC) (Year-2020).

1.

Name of the Scheme

:

Establishment of Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC)

B.H. 12572-03

2.

Location of the scheme

:

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar

3.

Officer-in charge of the scheme

:

Senior Scientist & Head, KVK, JAU, Jamnagar

4.

Objectives

:

  • Single window system for technology dissemination.
  • Formulation of FIGs as a process of innovativeness in technology dissemination.
  • Feedback from users to the research centre

5.

Justification of the scheme

:

  • The JAU has generated a large number of technologies in different disciplines of agriculture and all allied subjects.
  • Location specific technology and assessment technologies and demonstration of the technological models is planned.

A. Details of ATIC:

Sr. No.
Name of ATIC
Name of host institute
Name of ATIC manager
Telephone No.
E-mail address
Office
Fax
Mobile
1.
KVK, Jamnagar
Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh
Senior Scientist & Head
(0288) 2710165
(0288) 2710165
+919427980032
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B. Details of farmers visit:
Sr. No.
Name of ATIC
Purpose of visit
No. of farmers visited
1.
KVK, Jamnagar
For agricultural information
713
2.
KVK, Jamnagar
Technology Products
956
C. Facilities in ATIC (Operational):

Sr. No.

Particulars

No. of ATIC

1.

Reception counter

No

2.

Exhibition/technology measures

Yes

3.

Touch screen kiosk

Nil

4.

Cafeteria

Yes

5.

Sales counter

Yes

6.

Farmers feedback register

Yes

7.

Others

Nil

A. Technologies Information Provided
A. 1.  Details technology information, category of information:
Name of ATIC
Information Category
No. of farmers benefitted
Variety
Pest Management
Disease management
Agro tech.
SWT
PHT
AH
HS
KVK, Jamnagar
1.  Kisan call centre SMS
1243679
155412
543897
155411
77688
0
0
0
311271
Phone calls
7057
574
3967
1145
445
360
48
268
250
2.  Video shows
516
116
113
71
0
0
26
0
190
3.  Letters received
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
4.  Letter replied
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
5.  Training to famers/ technocrats/ students
941
57
313
166
55
94
30
51
175
6. Others
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
A. 2. Publication (Print & Electronic media):
Sr. No.
Name of ATIC
Particular
No. sold/distributed
Revenue generate
No. of farmers benefitted
1.
KVK, JAU,
Jamnagar
Books/Booklet
Nil
Nil
Nil
2.
Tech. bulletin
Nil
Nil
Nil
3.
Tech. inventory
Nil
Nil
Nil
4.
CDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
5.
DVDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
6.
Leaflet
350
Nil
225
7.
Folders
1749
Nil
883
8.
Video films
Nil
Nil
Nil
9.
Audio CDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
10.
Others (Poster)
Nil
Nil
Nil
B. Technology products provided:
Sr.
No.
Particular
Quantity
Unit of quantity
Value in Rs.
No. of farmers benefitted
1.
Seeds
 
 
 
 
(i)
Green Gram (GM-4)
0.41
Quintal
3690
7
(ii)
Sesame (G.Til-4)
0.40
Quintal
6000
11
(iii)
Sesame (G.Til-4)(Breeder)
0.35
Quintal
8155
8
(iv)
Groundnut (GJG-9) (Breeder)
63.70
Quintal
887980
64
(v)
Groundnut (GJG-32) (Breeder)
72.10
Quintal
1044570
82
(vi)
Wheat (GW-451)
258.00
Quintal
723400
335
(vii)
Sun hemp
4.00
Quintal
20800
14
2.
Planting materials
967
No.
12560
27
3.
Live stock(Vermi compost)
200
Kg
1000
16
4.
Poultry birds
-
-
-
-
5.
Bio Product
 
Quintal
-
-
1.  Beauveria bassiana
22.61
Quintal
339150
420
2.  Trichoderma
36.83
Quintal
257810
359
3.  PSB
148
No.
17760
70
4.  Rhizobium
83
No.
9960
41
5.  Azotobactor
138
No.
16560
66
 
6.  Metarhizium
0
Quintal
0
0
C.   Technology services provided:
Name of ATIC
Particulars
No. of farmers benefitted
KVK, Jamnagar
Soil and Water testing
107
Plant diagnosis
95
Services to line department
75
Others (Group Meeting, Field Visit, Field Day)
623
D. FLD conducted:
Sr. No.
Month
Crop/Inputs
Season
Variety
No. of Farmers/ Demonstration
Others
SC/ST
Total
1.
January to December 2020
Castor
Variety GCH-9
Kharif
GCH-9
20
0
20
2.
Cumin
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi
GC-4
20
0
20
3.
Coriander
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi
GC-2
20
0
20
Total
60
0
60
E. Short term training courses:
Sr. No.
Month
Title of  the Training
No. of Beneficiaries
No. of SC/ST Beneficiaries
M
F
Total
M
F
Total
1
January to December 2020
Management of Pink ball worm in cotton
26
0
26
0
0
0
2
Integrated Crop Management in Rabi crops
25
0
25
0
0
0
3
Integrated Crop Management in Rabi crops
20
0
20
0
0
0
4
IPM in vegetable crops: onion & garli
10
70
80
3
23
26
5
IPM in Cumin, Gram, Wheat, Onion, Garlic
37
0
37
3
0
3
6
Importance of nutrients and feed management in animal husbandry to increase milk production
0
30
30
0
0
0
7
Management of pink bollworm in cotton & management of white grub in groundnut and other kharif crops
26
0
26
0
0
0
8
Groundnut seed production technology
17
8
25
0
0
0
9
House hold food security by kitchen gardening and nutrition gardening
0
20
20
0
0
0
Total
161
128
289
6
23
29
F. Extension Activity:
Sr. No.
Name of Activity
No. of Activity
No. of Participant
M
F
T
1
Group meeting, Kishan goshthi,Night meeting  etc.
16
254
169
423
2
Field visit/Field Day
21
158
42
200
3
Literature
49
192
198
390
4
Plant Diagnosis services
24
102
26
128
4.2  District Agro-Meteorological Unit (DAMU) Gramin Krishi Mausham Seva (GKMS)
       India Meteorological Department (IMD), Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Govt. of India, New Delhi is operating an integrated Agro-Meteorological Advisory Service (AAS) at district level, inIndia, which represents a small step towards agriculture management in rhythm with weat herand climate variability leading to weather proofing for farm production. Under AAS, needs of farming community was defined through ascertaining information requirement of diverse groups of end-users. The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and India Meteorological Department (IMD) have jointly expanding Agromet network or District level to support sub-district/ Block level advisory service through a network of 660 District Agromet units (DAMUs) in KVKs premises under Gramin Krishi Mausham Sewa (GKMS). The target of the project is to provide Agromet services directly to all the farming households.
Objectives
1. To improvise the district level Agromet Advisory Services (AAS) so as to deliver crop and location specific AAS to farmers at block level.
2. To design optimum observatory network for issuance of village level advisories
3. To establish District Agromet Units as nodal centre for catering to needs of agriculture services.
4. To provide advisory bulletins through last mile connectivity to farmers with personalized agromet advisory services.

5. To extend the weather based advisory service to like livestock, grazing of farm feed etc.

District Agromet Unit in KVK, Jamnagar
    The District Agromet Unit is starting at KVK, JAU, Jamnagar since 2nd November 2018 but requirement of SMS and Observer joining at November 2019. Jamnagar is making Agro weather bulletin for all the 6 blocks viz. Dhrol, Jamnjodhpur, Jodiya, Kalavad, Jamnagar, Lalpur of the Jamnagar district.
Activity of DAMU at KVK Jamnagar

1. Preparation of Agromet advisory bulletin Block and District wise

2. Conducting Farmer awareness program (FAP)

3. Dissemination of weather bulletin through different social media level
Weather Bulletin
    Preparation of weather bulletin on the basis of medium range forecast provided by IMD supported by GFS model for the block wise weather bulletin. Preparation of advisory is in both Both language (English and Local language) twice in a week on Tuesday and Friday. There are several weather parameter forecast received from IMD i.e. Rainfall, Maximum temperature, Minimum temperature, Relative humidity (maximum and minimum), Cloud cover, Wind speed and direction. The bulletin preparation is for main crops of Jamnagar district i.e. Cotton, Groundnut, Wheat, Pigeon pea, Cumin, Chickpea, Castor, Sesame, Pearl millet etc.
Number of Weather Bulletin prepare from Jan-Dec, 2020
District Name
No. of Bulletins
Jamnagar
61
Block name
 
Dhrol
111
Jamjodhpur
111
Jodiya
111
Jamnagar
111
Kalavad
111
Lalpur
111
Total No. of Block wise Weather Bulletin
666
Dissemination of weather bulletin.
     Individually these bulletins are sending to farmers group by short message service (mKisan portal), and by social media by making farmers Whats App groups, Facebook.
Number of farmers
Particular
No. of farmers
Whatsapp Group -15
1718
Facebook Page
1808 followers
Telegram Page
125 Subscribers
SMS (mKisan Portal)
77708
Farmer Awareness Programmes
     Climate based farming is drawing farmer near to precision agriculture. So, farmer awareness is very important for cover more number can receive Agro advisories. Farmers can mitigate their crops itself against uneven weather patterns.
Farmer Awareness Program (FAP) organized by KVK, JAU, Jamnagar under DAMU Project
S. No.
FAP/ Farmers meet /Meghdoot
Popularization activities
Date
Location
(Block/Village)
Approx. No. of Farmers
attended the Program
1
Farmers meet
01/01/2020
Kunal, Jodiya
28
2
Farmers meet
17/01/2020
Khara Beraja, Jamnagar
27
3
FAP
21/01/2020
Mota Itala, Dhrol
25
4
Meghdoot App.
Popularization activities
06/02/2020
Haripar, Lalpur
35
5
Meghdoot
Popularization activities
19/02/2020
Madhapar, Jodiya
30
6
FAP
29/02/2020
Keshiya, Jamnagar
25
7
KrishiMela, at KVK Jamnagar
03/03/2020
Jamnagar
800
8
FAP, Field visit
05/08/2020
Nana Vadala, Kalavad
19
9
FAP
07/08/2020
Theba, Jamnagar
14
10
FAP
28/10/2020
Lothiya, Jamnagar
10
11
FAP
05/12/2021
Theba, Jamnagar
23
12
FAP, Meghdoot App. Popularization
24/12/2020
Karana, Lalpur
10
5.  Other Programmes Celebrated:-
National Nutrition Month 1st to 30th September 2020
KVK, Jamnagar celebrated National Nutrition Month During September 1 to 30, 2020 as per the ICAR guideline. During these celebration different types of activities carried out by Scientist (Home Science), KVK, Jamnagar.  In context with the programme total 2,33,372 peoples aware about national nutrition month.  Sent Mobile advisory through SMS to 233126 farmers/farm women and Anganvadi worker to aware about nutritional practices. Training on “Balance diet and importance of nutrition garden” were given to 76 farm women & farmers, 94 Anganvadi worker and 30 Adolescent girls.  This centre provided vegetable and fruit planting  materials to 17 persons.  The visit of nutritional garden of KVK were taken by 18 farmers and 19 farm labour and discussion on Importance of Kitchen gardening and also visited to kitchen gardening in staff quarters.  The newer crops and nutritional rich Quinoa seed and vegetable seed Kit distributed to 50 Farm women and 50 Anganvadi workers.
Krushi Mela (3rd March, 2020)
Krushi Mela organized at KVK, Jamnagar on March 3, 2020 in collaboration with ATMA project & FTC, Jamnagar.  In this programme,1259 farmers/farm women from whole Jamnagar district were participated. Dr. K. P. Baraiya Senior scientist and Head, KVK, Jamnagar delivered lecture on doubling the farmer’s income and minimize the cost of cultivation, importance & management of MIS and Organic farming.  Emphasis on reduction of chemical in farming through organic farming.  KVK also actively participated in exhibition.
Mahila Kisan Divas 15th October, 2020
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar Organized Online Training programme on Mahila Kisan Divas on 15th October, 2020. In this programme, arranged lectures on “Role of food in Health and RDA”, Right cooking practices, Unknown Nutrient Cereals  and vegetables in our area and benefits of arid food product through PPT.  33 Farmer/Farm women actively participated in this online training. In last session we arranged Group discussion on Rabi crop cultivation.
Parthenium Awareness Week (16 to 22 August, 2020)
KVK, Jamnagar organized awareness programme during the Parthenium awareness week on 21st August 2020. In this programme 14 farmers 6 staff members were participated and to create awareness about skin diseases caused by parthenium and its remedy. Removal of parthenium by all staff members in KVK campus and kept surrounding area Parthenium free.
Swachh Bharat Pakhwada (16th Dec to 31st Dec, 2020)
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jamnagar celebrated Swachhta Pakhwada during 16th to 31st December, 2020. During this celebration total 11 different programme organized. Amang them 8 programme organized on Awareness on Composting of farm waste materials, Vermi composting, NADEP composting, technologies for conversion of watse to wealth and Swachhta Pakhwada. In all programme total 896 farmers/farm women participated. 3 programme organized at KVK campus level and all staff members joined for Cleaned KVK office, hostel and different units premises. We cleaned the campus by removing plastics and  paper wastes.
World Soil Health Day (5th December, 2020)
On 5th December, 2020 Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar celebrated World Soil Health Day in collaboration with State Agricultural Department, Jamnagar. On this celebration total three programme organized at different three villages like Dedakdad (Dhrol), Dudhai (Jodia) and Theba(Jamnagar). During this programme a number of activities like Farmer-Scientist Interactions, soil sampling and soil testing demonstrations, plant nutrient deficiency diagnostics and advisories for balanced nutrition of crops and field visits were organized on this occasion. Total 215 farmers were participated in these programme.
Kisan Kalyan Karykram (25th December, 2020)
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar and District Administration jointly celebrated the KIsan Kalyan Karyakram on December 25, 2020 at different APMC of all the block level.  Kalavad taluka having celebrated by KVK and district administration staff with 560 farmers.  This programme were inaugurated by Dr. Dhansukhbai Bhanderi, Chairman Gujarat Finance Board and other local leaders were participated.
International Yoga Day (21st June, 2020)
International Yoga Day was celebrated on June 21, 2020.  Due to Covid-19 pandemic condition, “Ministry of Ayush, Government of India suggested the theme of “Yoga @ Home and Yoga with Family”.  They also broadcast online video for the same programme, that any one can join through online from their home.  In this, programme 13 members of 6 family Participated from KVK Jamnagar.
Tree Plantation Day (2nd October, 2020)
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jamnagar celebrated “Tree Plantation Day” on October 2, 2020. During this celebration, different programmes were organized by KVK, Jamnagar and also some plantation takes place at office premises of KVK.  All the staff members were participated in Campus beatification activity programme.  Farmers were aware for the tree plantation and its importance for life on earth.
6.  Publications :  (Literature, Success story/ Case study, Reports, Newsletters)
Literature developed/published
Item
Title
Authors name
Number of copies
Research papers
 
Impact of Cluster Frontline Demonstrations (CFLDs) on Kharif Groundnut Productivity and Income of Farmers in Jamnagar District of Gujarat.Int.J.Curr. Microbiol. App.Sci (2020)9(11): 1116-1120
Lakhani SH, Baraiya KP and Baraiya AK
 
Efficacy of insecticides against white grub, Holotrichia consanguinea infesting groundnut. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 2020; 8(4): 759-762
Patel TM, Baraiya KP, Kaneria PB and Jadav AH (2020).
 
Abstract
“Captive breading of Erronea onyx Cowry-A step forward to conserve the nature” 
National Seminar, Adipur, Kutch Sponsored by GSBTM.
Thaker J.N.
 
Popular Articles
Rasoi banavava yogya Padhati vapriye ane poshan vadhariye(2020). Krushi Jivan,53(1);622:29-30
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP and Lakhani SH
 
Kapasma Gulabi iyal same samuhik pagla leva padse(2020).Krushi Vigyan,46(09):21-22
Baraiya KP,  Baraiya AK, Godhani HS and  Lakhani SH
 
Safal Varta:Kadva Karela ni Samarudhdha  Kheti Janiye ‘ Krushi Jivan’  ne sang(2020). Krushi Jivan,52(8),617;11-13
Gorfad PS and Thaker JN
 
Technical reports
Annual Progress Report
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP
7
16th AGRESCO Report
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP
49
33rd  ZREAC Report
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP
54
34thZREAC Report
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP
54
17th SAC Report
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP
35
Annual Report of ATIC(2020)
Baraiya AK, Baraiya KP
1
NMOOP& NFSM  FLD result report
Savaliya AV, Baraiya KP
1
DAMU Project Annual Report
Savaliya AV, Baraiya KP
1
Success story    
Organic Biodiversity Park of Crops &Vegetable :
Vallabhbhai Nathabhai Bunsha
Dr. K. P. Baraiya, Smt. A. K. Baraiya
 
 
Doubling Income with Vegetable cultivation :
Jagdishsinh Bapubha Jadeja
Dr. K. P. Baraiya, Smt. A. K. Baraiya

 

7. Visitors  :
Name
Designation
Date
Dr. V. P. Chovatiya,
Hon’ble Vice Chancellor & DR, JAU, Junagadh
7th March, 2020
Dr. H. M. Gajipara
Director of Extension Education, JAU, Junagadh
7th March, 2020
8.  KVK in Media : (scanned copy of matter published in Newspaper/ journals)
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10. Contact us
Dr. K. P. Baraiya
Senior Scientist & Head
KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
Junagadh Agricultural University,
Air force Road; Opp. Digjam Mill,
JAMNAGAR-361 006
Telephone Number (with STD code) : 0288-2710165
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Training programme on Role of ICT in Up-Scaling Extension Mechanisms will be organize by College of Agriculture, Junagadh on October 25, 2021 under IDP.
Five day vocational training programme on Commercial Plant Tissue Culture as Business Entrepreneurship will be organize by College of Agriculture, Junagadh during October 26-30, 2021 under IDP.
વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રીની કચેરી અને કીટકશાસ્ત્ર વિભાગ દ્વારા મધમાખી પાલન વિષય પર તા. ૨૧-૨૨/૧૦/૨૦૨૧ ના રોજ તાલીમનું આયોજન.
વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રી, જુ.કૃ.યુ., જૂનાગઢની કચેરી દ્વારા તા. ૨૫-૧૦-૨૦૨૧ ના રોજ મુ. નંદાણા, તા. કલ્યાણપુર ખાતે ખેડૂત શિબિરનું આયોજન.
વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રીની કચેરી, જુ.કૃ.યુ., જુનાગઢ દ્વારા તા. ૧૮/૧૦/૨૦૨૧ થી ૦૨/૧૧/૨૦૨૧ , ઈન્ટીગ્રેટેડ ન્યુટ્રીઅન્ટ મેનેજમેન્ટ ફોર ફર્ટીલાઈઝર ડીલર્સનું આયોજન.
CAET, JAU, Junagadh ranked 5th for Outstanding Engineering Colleges of Excellence in India as per CSR-GHRDC Engineering Colleges Survey 2021.
In Gujarat State Institutional Rating Framework (GSIRF) 2021-22 Junagadh Agricultural University got 5th position

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