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Office of the Research Scientist (Chickpea)

Pulses Research Station

Junagadh Agricultural University

Junagadh – 362 001

INTRODUCTION :
This station was established in the year 1965-66 as small research scheme. But expansion took place after the establishment of All India Coordinated Pulses Improvement at Junagadh during 1975-76. This station became mandatory centre for chickpea research at national level under AICRP on chickpea in 1993. It also recognized as sub centre of pigeonpea under AICRP on pigeonpea project in the year 2001. The center is engaged with applied research in crop improvement, agronomy, entomology and plant pathology disciplines with respect to chickpea, pigeonpea, mungbean and urdbean. Moreover this center is also collaborating with ICAR, ICRISAT and other agencies for chickpea and pigeonpea improvement programme. Besides research activities, this centre is engaged in the production of nucleus and breeder seed of chickpea and pigeonpea. Scientists also participate in P. G. research and guiding of P. G. students.
MANDATE :
1.  Collection, evaluation and maintenance of germplasm of different pulse crops like chickpea, pigeonpea, mungbean and urdbean.
2.  Development of varieties of above crops with high yield potential, better grain quality and tolerance to different biotic and abiotic stress.
3.  Development of location specific production and protection technologies.
4.  Dissemination of technology to the farmers.
5.  Monitoring the diseases & insect pests. Screening of genotypes against diseases & key insects and integrated management of insect pests of pulses.
6.  Seed production of improved varieties of pulses.
7.  Conduct of FrontLine Demonstration in chickpea and pigeonpea.
OBJECTIVES :
1.  To Collect, evaluate and maintain the germplasm of mandate crops viz; chickpea, pigeonpea, mungbean and urdbean.
2.  To enrich the germplasm for developing high yielding disease and insect pest resistant and better grain quality varieties.
3.  To develop varieties of above crops having high yield potential better grain quality and resistant to biotic and abiotic stresses.
4.  To evaluate newly developed genotypes under various environments to find out their suitability.
5.  To develop location specific production technology in pulses.
6.  To carry-out screening and testing of newly developed genotypes against various diseases and insects and workout effective as well as economical control measures.
7.  To produce and distribute good quality seed of chickpea, pigeonpea, mungbean and urdbean varieties. 
8.  To disseminate production and protection technology to the farmers by using various extension tools.
INFORMATION OF UNIT HEAD
Name of Unit Head
Dr. B. A. Monpara
Research Scientist (Chickpea)
Ph. D. (Genetics & Plant Breeding)
Office no.
(0285) 2672536,  Fax: (0285) 2674064
E- mail
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FACULTY PROFILE :
Sr.
Name
Designation
Qualification
Specialized Subject
Contact
1.
Dr. B. A. Monpara
Assoc. Res. Sci.
Ph.D.
Genetics & Pl. Breeding
9979890461
2.
Dr. R. M. Javia
Assoc. Res. Sci.
Ph.D.
Genetics & Pl. Breeding
9427725505
3.
Dr.  L. K. Sharma
Asstt. Res. Sci.
Ph.D.
Genetics & Pl. Breeding
9428028298
4.
Shri S. R. Vasava
Asstt. Res. Sci.
M.Sc. (Agri.)
Agril. Entomology
9427176144
5.
Shri M. K. Chudasma
Asstt. Res. Sci.
M.Sc. (Agri.)
Plant Pathology
8905273009
6.
Shri V. B. Paradva
Agril. Officer
M.Sc. (Agri.)
Agril. Extension
9033682668
RESEARCH PROJECT AND SCHEMES ONGOING :
Sr.
Name of Scheme
Budget Head
Type of Scheme
Funding Agency
1.
Strengthening Research in Pulses
12007
Plan
State Govt.
2.
Project for Research in Pulses
5007
Non-plan
State Govt.
3.
A.I.C.R.P. on Chickpea
2374
AICRP
ICAR 75%        State 25%
4.
A.I.C.R.P. on Pigeonpea
2374-5
AICRP
ICAR 75%        State 25%
5.
The Front line demonstration on Chickpea
2374-1
AICRP
ICAR 100%
6
The Front line demonstration on Pigeonpea
2374-6
AICRP
ICAR 100%
PROJECT COMPLETED
Sr.
Name of Scheme
Duration
Funding Agency
Budget Head
Project cost
(Rs. in lakh)
1.
Evaluation of Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity  of Solomon 300 OD  against gram pod borer and sucking pest in chickpea
2 Year
(2007-08 to 2008-09)
Bayer crop science Ltd.
18009-15
01.60
2.
 Evaluation of Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity of flubendiamide 480 SC against pod borer in chickpea
2 Year
(2008-09 to 2009-10)
Bayer crop science Ltd.
18003-08
02.00
3.
Evaluation  of Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity  of flubendiamide 90%+Deltamethrin 60%- 150 Sc against pod borer in chickpea
2 Year
(2011-12 to 2012-13)
Bayer crop science Ltd.
18003-09
05.30
4.
Utilizing Chickpea Genome sequence for crop improvement
3 Year (2014-15 to 2016-17)
DAC of Govt. of India via ICRISAT
18003-10
38.58
5.
Evaluation of Bio-efficacy of Chlorpyrifos 50% + Cypermethrin 5% EC against pod borer and pod fly and other insect pest of pigeonpea
2 Year
(2018-19 to 2019-20)
Gharda Chemical Ltd.
18003-11
07.25
6. Evaluation of Bio-efficacy and phytotoxicity of Paclobutrazol 40% SC (Plant growth regulator) on plant growth and yield in chickpea and its effect on succeeding crop

2 Year

(2019-20 to 2020-21)

Excel Crop Care Ltd. 18003-12 09.30
INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES AND MAJOR EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE
1.  14 ha. cultivated land
2.  One well & one borewell for irrigation
3.  Two tractor with all important Farm implements
4.  One pair of bullock
5.  Office building in campus
6.  Two Godown in Farm
7. One mini tractor with farm implements
ACHIEVEMENTS:
CHICKPEA
            Following six desi chickpea varieties have been developed, released and notified by this station for cultivation.
Characters
Varieties
 
 
Gujarat
Gram – 1
Gujarat
Gram - 2
Gujarat
Gram - 4
Gujarat Junagadh
Gram – 3
Gujarat Gram- 5
Gujarat Junagadh
Gram-6
Year of Notification
1999
1999
2000
2010
2017
2016
Parents
GCP 2 X
ICCV 2
JG 1258 X
BDN 9-3
ICCL 84224  X Annigeri
ICCV 93001 X  ICCV 10
GJG 9707 X IPC 97-7
GJG 0105 X FG 711
Notified area
Central Zone
Bhal area of Gujarat
North East  Plain Zone
Gujarat
Gujarat
Gujarat
Released for
Irrigated &  Rainfed conditions
Rainfed
Irrigated and Rainfed
Rainfed
Irrigated
Rainfed
100-seed weight (g)
18.0
30.5
17.4
22.77
21.37
22.45
Seed shape
Smooth and   round
Smooth and round
Smooth and round
Owl's head
Angular
Angular
Seed colour
Reddish brown
Reddish brown
Brown
Yellow
Brown
Brown
Disease reaction
Tolerant to wilt
Tolerant to wilt
Tolerant to wilt
Moderately Resistant to wilt and stunt
Moderately Resistant to wilt and resistant  to stunt
Resistant to wilt and stunt
Maturity days
105-110
90-95
120-130
98
103
112
Seed yield (kg/ha)
2203 (Irrigated) 1732 (Rainfed)
1307 (Rainfed)
1900 to 2000
1720 (Rainfed)
2500 to 2700
(Irrigated)
1800 to 2000 (Rainfed)
% increase over best check variety
11.0
14.30
20.36
9.49
12.25
5.20

 

GG – 1
GG – 1 (Seed)
GG – 2
GG – 2 (Seed)
GJG – 3
GJG – 3 (Seed)
GG – 4
GG – 5
GG – 5 (Seed)
GJG – 6
GJG – 6 (Seed)

PIGEONPEA  

Following   pigeonpea variety have been developed, released and notified for cultivation by this station.

Characters
Variety
Gujarat Junagadh Pigeonpea-1
Year of Notification
2016
Parents
LRG 41 X BDN 2 
 Notified area
NEH & Gujarat
Released for
Irrigated
100-seed weight (g)
11.7
Seed shape
                               Oval      
Seed colour
White
Disease reaction
Moderately Resistant to wilt & SMD
Maturity days
177
Seed yield (kg/ha)
2000 to 2100
% increase over best check variety
38.78
GJP – 1
GJP – 1 (Seed)
URDBEAN
Following urdbean variety have been developed, released and notified for cultivation by this station.
Characters
Variety
Gujarat Urd -2 (Krishna)
Year of Notification
2020
Parents
CoBG 593 x TPU 4
 Notified area
All Gujarat
Released for
Kharif
Growth habit
Semi erect
Plant habit
Determinate
Twining habit
Non-viny
Seed colour
Greenish brown
Seed shape
Drum
Seed size
Large
Pubescence on pod
Present
Mature pod length
Long
Days to maturity
Medium (82)
Seed yield (kg/ha)
1300 to 1500
% increase over best check variety
14.00
 
Gujarat Urd - 2
Gujarat Urd – 2 (Seed)
OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS :
(A) FLDS ON CHICKPEA:
YEAR
Type of FLD
Variety
No. of FLDs conducted
Improved practices
(q/ha)
Farmer practices       (q/ha)
% increase over farmer practices
2012-13
Full package technology
GJG 3
10
16.88
13.88
21.62
2013-14
10
17.85
15.10
18.21
2014-15
10
14.50
12.51
15.90
2015-16
15
15.60
13.66
14.20
2016-17
10
15.43
13.78
11.97
2017-18
GG 5
10
29.31
25.08
16.86
2018-19
GG 5
10
21.29
18.80
11.60
2019-20
GG 5
10
25.25
21.01
20.00
2020-21
GG 5
20
25.68
21.62
18.77
GJG 6
Average
 
 
 
20.19
17.27
16.57

For the popularization of newly released chickpea variety among farmers along with improved package of practices, 10 FLDs were conducted in different villages of Saurashtra region in each year. Results clearly indicated the superiority of improved package of practices over farmers’ practices. Farmers got yield advantage ranging from 11.60 to 21.62 per cent. Another advantage of FLD was observed in the awareness of  superiority of new variety GJG 3 and GG 5. Some low cost technology like seed treatment and 2% spray of urea as well as application of bio agents like Trichoderma also became familiar among farmers. FLD farmers sold seed of GJG 3 and GG 5 to neighbour farmers in the next year. This way FLDs are useful in spread of new variety.

(B) FLDS ON GROUNDNUT-PIGEONPEA RELAY CROPPING SYSTEM:
Impact of FLDs:
          The rainfall in Saurashtra is erratic and scanty. The major groundnut crop is always under high risk. Farmers have adopted pigeonpea as a relay crop in groundnut because of the following reasons.
1. It does not reduce the area of groundnut as pigeonpea is being sown between two rows of groundnut in the month of August.
2. It does not decrease the yield of groundnut; hence the income from pigeonpea is treated as an additional income.
3. It covers the risk of major crop of groundnut in irregular monsoon and scarcity condition.
4. It provides valuable nutritive fodder for cattle, which is an essential requirement for the farmers of Saurashtra.
5. It can be grown with limited irrigation facilities in which any other winter crop can not be grown.
           Since last two decades more than 300 FLDs were conducted on groundnut-pigeonpea relay cropping system in six districts of Gujarat. The tested pigeonpea varieties were BDN 2, BSMR 853, BSMR 736 and GT 101. Pigeonpea varieties BDN 2 and GT 101 were highly popular among the farmers as these varieties require only 2-3 irrigations after end of the monsoon. FLD farmers harvested on an average 1299 kg/ha seed yield. Pigeonpea as a relay crop in groundnut was found highly remunerative without any adverse effect on sole groundnut yield. The market price of pigeonpea is highly attractive hence farmers adopting this system quickly. Pigeonpea variety GJP 1 has been demonstrated in FLDs during kharif 2017-18 to 2020-21. In kharif 2020-21 variety GJP 1 produced on an average 2541 kg/ha seed yield in varietal demonstrations which was 29.05% higher over farmers’ practices. Over all farmers got 17.00 to 29.05% increase in seed yield. The performance was appreciated by the farmers of FLDs. This variety is become popular among farmer.
YEAR
Type of FLD
Variety
No. of FLDs conducted
Improved practices
(q/ha)
Farmer practices       (q/ha)
% increase over farmer practices
2013-14
Full package technology
GT 101
10
17.60
15.25
15.40
2014-15
10
13.90
11.85
17.29
2015-16
10
12.50
10.42
19.96
2016-17
10
15.12
13.33
13.43
2017-18

GJP 1
 
10
17.93
14.22
26.09
2018-19
10
17.94
14.72
18.30
2019-20
10
16.89
14.47
17.00
2020-21
10
25.41
19.69
29.05
Average
 
 
 
17.16
14.24
19.56
RECOMMENDATIONS:-
CROP PRODUCTION
CHICKPEA
Effect of biofertilizer along with molybdenum application on yield of chickpea
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone growing irrigated chickpea are advised to treat seeds with Rhizobium culture @ 25 g/kg seed + phosphate solubilizing bacterial culture (Bacillus subtilis) 30 g/kg seed along with recommended dose of fertilizers (20:40 N:P2O5 kg/ha) for securing higher yield and net return. Application of molybdenumin chickpea was not found advantageous.
Evaluation of chickpea varieties under different dates of sowing under irrigated condition
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone growing irrigated chickpea are advised to sow the crop during first fortnight of November (mean minimum temperature 19.9 °C and mean maximum temperature 34.7 °C) for securing higher yield and net return.
Effect of different irrigation scheduling and irrigation interval through drip on chickpea
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone growing chickpea under drip irrigation system are recommended to irrigate the crop with drip system at 0.8 ETc at 5 days interval through drip after two flood irrigations for getting higher yield, net return and 27 % saving of irrigation water. The system details are as under:
Lateral spacing: 90 cm
Operating time
Dripper spacing: 45 cm
Month
Minutes
Dripper discharge rate: 4 LPH
December
57
Operating pressure: 1.2 kg/cm2
January
104
Operating frequency: every 5th day irrigation
February
65
Irrigation management through critical stages of chickpea
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone interested to grow chickpea under water crisis condition are recommended to irrigate the chickpea crop at four critical stages like branching, flowering, pod initiation and grain filling apart from two common irrigations, first immediately after sowing and second at 6-7 days after sowing for getting higher yield and for saving 17 per cent of irrigation water.
PIGEON PEA
Effect of multi-micronutrient formulations on pigeonpea
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone -VII growing pigeonpea are advised to apply micronutrients on soil test basis or multi-micronutrient mixture Grade-V @ 40 kg/ha besides recommended dose of fertilizer (25:50:0 N:P2O5:K2O kg/ha) to get higher yield and net returns.
Effect of different organic, inorganic and bio-fertilizers on groundnut-pigeonpea relay cropping system
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone following groundnut ´ pigeonpea (2:1) relay cropping system are advised to apply recommended dose of fertilizers to both the crops to obtain higher yield and net returns or 50% RDF + FYM 5 t /ha along with seed treatment of Rhizobium and phosphate solubilizing bacteria (each 25-30 g/kg seed) to groundnut only to reduce the dose of chemical fertilizers.
Optimizing spacing for medium duration pigeonpea varieties under pigeonpea + urdbean inter cropping system
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone adopting pigeonpea + urdbean (without fertilizer) inter cropping system are advised to sow pigeonpea at 120 cm x 30 cm spacing and two rows of urdbean in between two rows of pigeonpea for getting higher yield and net return.
Nutrient and pest management in pigeonpea
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone, growing kharif pigeonpea are recommended to apply recommended dose of fertilizer (25-50-50 N-P2O5-K2O kg/ha) and spray of indoxacarb 14.5 SC 0.010% (7 ml/10 lit of water) at 50% flowering and spray of chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC 0.006% (3 ml/10 lit of water) 15 days after 1st spray.
     Alternatively, apply recommended dose of fertilizer (25-50-50 N-P2O5-K2O kg/ha) and spray of multi micronutrient formulation Grade IV 20 ml/10 lit and spray of indoxacarb 14.5 SC 0.010% (7 ml/10 lit of water) at 50% flowering and spray of chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC 0.006% (3 ml/10 lit of water) 15 days after 1st spray for obtaining higher seed yield and net realization.
URDBEAN
Weed management in kharif urdbean
    The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone growing kharif urdbean are recommended to apply quizalofop-ethyl 40 g/ha (5 EC 16 ml/10 lit water) at 20 days after sowing (DAS) and hand weeding at 40 DAS for obtaining higher yield and net realization as well as effective weed management.
PLANT PROTECTION
CHICKPEA
Efficacy of new molecules against Helicoverpa armigera in chickpea
     For effective and economic control of pod borer (Helicoverpa armigera) in chickpea crop, farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone are advised to apply two sprays of chlorantraniliprole 20 SC 0.003% (1.5 ml/ 10 lit. water) or emamectin benzoate 5 SG 0.001% (2 g/ 10 lit. water). First spray should be applied at 50% flowering and second at 15 days after first spray. The PHI for these insecticides is 27 days.
Evaluation of botanicals, bio-pesticides and insecticides against gram pod borer
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-Climatic Zone growing chickpea are advised to apply alternate spray of HaNPV 2 x 109 POBs/ml (5 ml/10 lit. water) and chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC 0.004% (2 ml/10 lit. water) for effective and economic control of pod borer (Helicoverpa armigera) in chickpea crop. First spray to be started at 50% flowering and second at 15 days after first spray. The PHI for chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC is 11 days.
PIGEONPEA
Testing bio-efficacy of certain insecticides against pod borer complex on pigeonpea
     The farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic Zone are advised to apply two sprays of spinosad 45 SC 0.009% (2 ml/ 10 lit. water) or thiodicarb 75 WP 0.075% (10 g/ 10 lit. water) or flubendiamide 48 SC 0.0096% (2 ml/ 10 lit. water) or chlorantraniliprole 20 SC 0.003% (1.5 ml/ 10 lit. water) starting from 50 per cent flowering and second spray at 15 days after first spray for the control of pod borer complex in pigeonpea. The PHI for these insecticides is 30 days.
URDBEAN
Testing bio-efficacy of certain insecticides against pod borer complex on urdbean
     Farmers of South Saurashtra Agro-climatic zone are advised to apply two sprays of chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC, 0.006 % (3 ml/ 10 lit. water) or flubendiamide 48 SC, 0.0096 % (2 ml/ 10 lit. water), first spray at 50 per cent flowering and second at 15 days interval for the control of pod borer complex in urdbean.
             The PHI for chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC is 20 days, whereas 11 days for flubendiamide 48 SC.
PUBLICATIONS: RESEARCH PAPERS, EXTENSION LITERATURE, BOOKS, ETC.
Sr.
Name of Scientist
Designation
Research Papers
Popular articles
Other
1
Dr. B. A. Monpara
Asso. Res. Sci. (Pl. Breeding)
9
        2
-
2
Dr. R. M. Javia
Asso. Res. Sci. (Pl. Breeding)
28
03
26
3
Dr. L. K. Sharma
Asstt. Res. Sci. (Pl. Breeding)
50
2
2
4
Shri S. R. Vasava
Asstt. Res. Sci. (Agril. Ento.)
4
4
    8
5
Shri. M. K. Chudasama
Asstt. Res. Sci. (Pl. Patho.)
8
4
-
Note:- All above papers having < 6.0 NAAS rating
LIST OF PUBLICATION OF  YEAR (2020-21)
 
Research papers published in National journal
1.
Dobariya H.B., Javia R.M., Sharma L.K., Mavani S.V., Umretiya N.K., Kanzariya J.B. and Singh S.P. (2021). Character Association and Path Analysis in Desi Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Genotypes for Yield and Traits Related to Mechanical Harvesting. Progressive Research: An International Journal. 16(2): 91-95.
2.
Parmar J.G., Javia R.M., Sharma L.K., Vala J.P., Nayee S.J. and Singh S.P. (2021). Character Association and Path Coefficient Analysis in Blackgram [Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper] during Summer Season. Progressive Research: An International Journal Vol 16(2): 115-119.
 
 Research papers published in International journal
1.
R. N. Chaudhari , J. B. Patel and V. B. Paradva (2020). Farmers attitude toward use of smart phone for agricultural profession. Gujarat Journal of Extension Education, 31(1): 114-117.
2.
Solanki S.M., and Sharma, L.K., Kulkarni, G.U., Javia R.M., and Singh S.P. (2021). Characterization of Chickpea Genotypes (Cicer arietinum L.) through Morphological Characters, Chemical Tests and Quality Parameters. Frontiers in Crop Improvement, 9: 38-43.
3.
Mori, R.B., Sharma, L.K., Kulkarni, G.U., Javia, R.M., Bhoot, H.V., Divakara, C.S. and Singh S.P. (2021). Characterization of Kabuli Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Genotypes through Plant Morphological Characters. Frontiers in Crop Improvement, 9(2): 141-151
4.
K. Ujwala, L.K. Sharma, G.U. Kulkarni, S. Jeannie and K.P. Deepthi (2021). Estimation of Selection Indices in Desi Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Frontiers in Crop Improvement, Vol 9 : 2949-2952 (Special Issue-VII). 
5.
V.L. Parmar, L.K. Sharma, R.B. Mori, R.M. Javia and C.S. Divakara (2021). Grouping of kabuli chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes based on quality seed parameters and chemical tests. Frontiers in Crop Improvement, Vol 9 : 2957-2966 (Special Issue-VII). 
6.
B. Acharya, G.U. Kulkarni, L.K. Sharma and A.G. Pansuriya (2021). Estimation of heterosis by understanding genetic architecture for grain yield and its attributing traits  using in Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Frontiers in Crop Improvement, Vol 9 : 1248-1253.
7.
Patel Dipika P, Kulkarni G.U., Sharma L.K., Meta H.R. and S.P. Singh (2021).  Assessment of genetic diversity in Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes.  Frontiers in Crop Improvement,  Vol 9 (2) : 112-115.
8.
V. B. Paradva, M. R. Patel and P. C. Patel (2021). Knowledge of the green gram growers towards recommended green gram production technology. Gujarat Journal of Extension Education, 32(1): 158-161.
SEEDS PRODUCTION:
Quantity of Breeder seed of chickpea produced during 2004-05 to 2017-18
 
 
Breeder seed  produced (q) 
Year
GG-4
GG-1
GG-2
GJG 3
GG 5
GJG 6
Total
2004-05
-
155.70
26.25
-
-
-
181.95
2005-06
-
33.00
30.00
-
-
-
63.00
2006-07
1.80
32.50
31.02
-
-
-
65.32
2007-08
19.50
135.01
52.02
-
-
-
206.53
2008-09
6.25
71.00
47.82
-
-
-
125.07
2009-10
12.70
41.00
23.49
-
-
-
77.19
2010-11
24.75
44.77
40.50
09.75
-
-
119.77
2011-12
43.50
57.00
40.65
53.55
-
-
194.70
2012-13
21.75
61.50
29.45
35.85
-
-
148.55
2013-14
22.00
31.50
78.25
98.15
-
-
229.90
2014-15
6.50
29.00
71.25
81.25
-
-
188.00
2015-16
32.77
30.50
20.53
58.75
8.00
-
150.55
2016-17
45.25
19.90
26.50
82.00
45.50
-
219.15
2017-18
8.00
16.50
28.32
84.10
76.25
-
213.17
2018-19
9.75
12.00
13.75
107.73
225.50
5.53
374.26
2019-20
5.95
13.25
7.75
151..25
80.51
63.00
321.71
2020-21 18.00 08.00 06.50 152.00 78.50 38.00 301.00
Total
278.47
792.13
574.05
914.38
514.26
106.53
3179.82
Quantity of Breeder seed of pigeonpea produced during kharif 2016-17 to 2020-21
 
Breeder seed  produced (q)
 
Year
GJP 1
Total
2016-17
31.50
31.50
2017-18
30.50
30.50
2018-19
17.50
17.50
2019-20
09.30
09.30
2020-21 03.20 03.20
Total
92.00
92.00
EXTENSION ACTIVITIES:
Sr. No.
Extension activities
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
1
TV/ Radio talk
5
4
4
5
7
2
No. of FLDs conducted
20
20
20
20
30
3
No.  of Training programmes organized
-
-
-
-
-
4.
Krishi  Mahotsav
1
1
1
0
0
5.
MGMG
5
5
5
5
5
6.
Krishi  Mela/ Krishi Pradarshan
1
1
1
0
2
 
 

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Hon'able Vice Chancellor of JAU Prof. (Dr.) N. K. Gontia nominated as member on the General Body as well as Governing Body of the ICAR Society under the category of 'Vice-Chancellors of Agricultural Universities'.
જૂનાગઢ કૃષિ યુનિવર્સિટી, જૂનાગઢ ખાતે તા. ૨૧/૦૬/૨૦૨૨ ના રોજ રમત ગમત, યુવા અને સાંસ્કૃતિક વિભાગ, ગાંધીનગર, જિલ્લા વહીવટી તંત્ર, જૂનાગઢ તથા જૂનાગઢ કૃષિ યુનિવર્સિટીના સંયુક્ત ઉપક્રમે આઠમા આંતરરાષ્ટ્રીય યોગ દિવસની ઉજવણી જૂ.કૃ.યુ. ખાતે કરવામાં આવેલ.
વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રી, જુ.કૃ.યુ., જુનાગઢની કચેરી દ્વારા તા. ૨૮-૨૯/૦૬/૨૦૨૨ ના રોજ દ્વિમાસિક કાર્યશાળાનું આયોજન.
તા. ૦૩/૦૬/૨૦૨૨ ના રોજ જુ.કૃ.યુ. ખાતે આઝાદી કા અમૃત મહોત્સવ અંતર્ગત સાયકલ રેલી તથા વૃક્ષારોપણ કાર્યક્રમનું આયોજન કરવામાં આવ્યું.
Prof. (Dr.) Narendra Kumar Gontia, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, Junagadh Agricultural University received Confederation of Horticulture Associations of India (CHAI) -Honorary Fellow-2022 Award
BSc.(Agriculture ) degree course of Junagadh Agricultural University received 8th rank in BSc. Agriculture Colleges of India by EducationWorld India Higher Education Rankings 2022-23
Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh received 7th rank in Government Agricultural University in India and 2nd rank in Gujarat by EducationWorld India Higher Education Rankings 2022-23
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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