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College of Agriculture, Basedi, Dholpur

College of Agriculture BaseriDholpur (Rajasthan) notified on 05th August, 2019 as a constituent college of Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University, Jobner, (Jaipur) by Government of Rajasthan. At present, the college is running at KVK Dholpur. It is decided that the college will be established at Centre of Exllence Mango, Khemri (Dholpur) and 30 ha land has allotted to the college at Khemri.

Aims & Objectives of College

  1. To provide scientific and technical knowledge and to develop entrepreneurship skills among students in agriculture.

  2. To provide value based quality education and to make students aware of high-tech and modern agriculture. 

  3. To enhance the competitiveness among students and help the college to emerge as a center of excellence in agriculture.

  4. To prepare students for future challenges especially in the agriculture sector.

Dean Profile

Dr. UdaiBhan Singh, Professor (Horticulture) and Dean, College of Agriculture Baseri, Dholpur. He did his B.Sc. (Ag) from Dayanand College, Ajmer and M.Sc. (Ag) and Ph.D. in Horticulture from Rajasthan College of Agriculture, Udaipur. He started his career as Assistant Professor (Horticulture) at KVK, Bhilwara in the year 1996. He served as Assistant Professor (1996-2008), Associate Professor (2008-2011) and Professor (2011 onward). He is Officer Incharge at Agriculture Research Sub Station, Kumher (Bharatpur) from June, 2011 and Dean College of AgricultureBaseri, Dholpur from Feb, 2020.

Dr.UdaiBhan Singh is a renowned scientist, teacher and extension worker. He published more than 50 research papers in various prestigious journals and his 58 research recommendation were included in package of practices for Zone III b, i.e. Flood Prone Eastern Plane of Rajasthan State, He published 6 books and more than 100 popular articles.

Dr. Singh is distinguished scientist and expert, he always spare his time for farmers to advise them to adopt high technology in farming. Because of his efforts and research interventions in spices, especially fennel cultivation got popularized in Zone III b of Rajasthan. Because of his research recommendations, Ber cultivation has become a profitable business to the farmers. He is master trainer of zone IIIb and furnishing high technology of horticulture to extension personnel of Department of Agriculture every month.

He is a good teacher and motivator, many students have cracked JRF/SRF examinations under his guidance from College of Agriculture, Bharatpur

He is working hard at ARSS, Kumher farm and producing 800-1000 quintals quality seed of mustard, wheat, barley, gram, lentil & spices and generating 20-25 lakh per annum  net income through seed sale. Presently he is working continuously for the improvement of College of Agriculture Baseri, Dholpur and this college is now attaining a shape for carving the students for future challenges in agriculture.

Contact Details: 

Mobile No. 9414714234

Email: dean.coabaseri@sknau.ac.in

Current staff position

S. No

Photo

Name of Faculty/Staff

Designation

Specialization

E-Mail

Mobile

1.

Dr. UdaiBhan Singh

Dean

Horticulture

dean.coabaseri@sknau.ac.in

9414714234

2.

Dr. S.K.Goyal

Assistant Professor, Plant Pathology

Arid Fruits, Spices & Arid Legumes and Plant Pathology

 

skgoyal.skncoa@sknau.ac.in

+91 9414517537

3.

Dr. Ved Prakash Yadav

Assistant Professor, Plant Breeding and Genetics

 Crop Breeding

vedprakash.pbg.rari@sknau.ac.in

+91 9461138719

+91 8209532270

4.

Dr. Prerna Dogra

Assistant Professor, Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry

Soil Fertility and Soil Chemistry

prernadogra.soils@sknau.ac.in

+91 9785549593

 

5.

Shri Hanuman Singh Jatav

Assistant Professor, Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry

Soil Fertility, Crop Nutrition, Micronutrient management, Heavy Metals Pollution, Biochar and Sewage sludge

hanumaniasbhu@gmail.com

hsjatav.soils@sknau.ac.in

 

+91 8418940421

6.

Shri Ramesh Gautam

 

Lab Assistant

-

rameshgautam.rari@sknau.ac.in

+91 9214003038

7.

ShriRakesh Kumar Singh

Clerk Grade II

 

Rathorers1983@gmail.com

7568121232

Admission Procedure:

  • Admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag.programme is done through JET examination conducted by one of the Agricultural Universities of Rajasthan advertised through notification.

  • The minimum eligibility for a candidate to appear in this test is that the candidate must have passed 12th of the 10+2 (Academic) scheme of examination with Agriculture/ Biology/ Mathematics group of the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan or an Examination declared equivalent to it with prescribed percentage of marks mentioned in the admission notification.

  • Admission on payment seats is given on the basis of the JET merit as supernumerary seat in the constitute college of the University.

  • Admission on merit seats is given on the basis of merit of 10+2 without appearing in JET examination as supernumerary seat in the constitute college of the university.

  • A candidate must have secured at least 50% marks in the aforesaid examinations (10+2). A relaxation of 5% marks would be allowed to candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer)/SBC (Non creamy layer) category.

  • The maximum age limit is 25 years.

  • The candidate must be a bonafide resident of Rajasthan.

 

Intake Capacity of College:

  • The college has an intake capacity of 60 students

  • During the current academic session (2019-20) the total number of enrolled students at the college is 60; among them 43 and 17 are male and female students, respectively.

  1. Courses requirement for UG degree in Agriculture:

I Semester

S.N.

Course No.

Title of Subject

Credit Hours

1

HORT-111

Fundamentals of Horticulture

2(1+1)

2

BIOCHEM-111

Fundamentals of Plant Biochemistry & Biotechnology

3(2+1)

3

SSAC-111

Fundamentals of Soil Science

3(2+1)

4

HORT-112

Introduction to Forestry

2(1+1)

5

ENG-111

Comprehension & Communication Skills in English

2 (1+1)

6

AGRON-111

Fundamentals of Agronomy

4(3+1)

7

BIO-111/MATHS-111

Introductory Biology*/ Elementary Mathematics*

2(1+1)/2(2+0)

8

AGHR-111

Agricultural Heritage*

2 (2+0)

9

EXCOM-111

Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology

2(2+0)

10

HVE-111

Human Values & Ethics (Non-Gradial)

1(1+0)

11

NSS/PEYP

NSS/Physical Education & Yoga Practices

2(0+2)

 

II Semester

S.N.

Course No.

Title of Subject

Credit Hours

1

  1.  GPB-121

Fundamentals of Genetics 

  1.  3 (2+1)

2

  1.  SSAC-121

Agricultural Microbiology (Course to be shared with Plant Pathology),     

 2 (1+1)

3

  1.  AGENGG-121

Introductory Soil and Water Conservation Engineering

 2 (1+1)

4

  1.  CPHY-121

Fundamentals of Crop Physiology

 2 (1+1)

5

  1.  AGEECON-121

Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics

 2(1+1)

6

  1.  PPATH-121

Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

 3 (2+1)

7

  1.  ENTO-121

Fundamentals of Entomology

 3 (2+1)

8

  1.  EXCOM-121

Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education

 3 (2+1)

9

  1.  CSPD-121

Communication Skills and Personality Development

 2 (1+1)

10

  1.  AGRON-121

Introductory  Agro meteorology & Climate change 

 2 (1+1)

11

  1.  NSS/PEYP

  2.  

NSS/Physical Education & Yoga Practices 

  1.  To be continued

  

III Semester

S.N.

Subject Code

Title of Subject

Credit Hours

1

AGRON-211

Crop Production Technology-I (Kharif Crops)

3 (2+1)

2

GPB-211

Fundamentals of Plant Breeding

3(2+1)

3

AGECON-211

Agricultural Finance and Cooperation 

3(2+1)

4

AGRINFO-211

Agricultural Informatics

2(1+1)

5

AGENGG-211

Farm Machinery and Power

2(1+1)

6

HORT-211

Production Technology for Vegetable and Spices

2(1+1)

7

ESDM-211

Environmental Studies and Disaster Management

3(3+0)

8

STAT-211

Statistical Methods

2(1+1)

9

ANISC-211

Livestock and Poultry Management

4(3+1)

10

NSS

NSS

 

 

 IV Semester

S.N.

Subject Code

Title of Subject

Credit Hours

1

AGRON-221

Crop Production Technology-(Rabi Crops)

3(2+1)

2

HORT-221

Production Technology for Ornamental Crops, MAP and Landscaping

2(1+)

3

AGENGG-211

Renewable Energy and Green Technology

2(1+1)

4

SSAC-221

Problematic Soils and their Management

2(1+1)

5

HORT-222

Production Technology for Fruits and Plantation Crops

2(1+1)

6

GPB-221

Principles of Seed Technology

3(2+1)

7

AGRON-222

Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture

1(1+0)

8

AGECON-221

Agricultural Marketing, Trade & Prices

3(2+1)

9

ENTO-221

Insect Ecology and Principles of Integrated Pest Management

2(1+1)

10

ENTO-222

Bio-pesticides and Bio-fertilizers (Elective Course)

3(2+1)

 

 

V-Semester

 

Course No.

Subject Title

Credit Hours

1

PPATH-311

Epidemiology and Integrated Disease Management

2(1+1)

2

SSAC-311

Manures, Fertilizers and Soil Fertility Management

3(2+1)

3

ENTO-311

Pests of Crops and Stored Grains and their Management

4(3+1)

4

PPATH-312

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management-I

3(2+1)

5

GPB-312

Crop Improvement-I (Kharif Crops)

2(1+1)

6

EDBC-311

Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication

2(1+1)

7

AGRON-311

Geoinformatics and Nano-technology and Precision Farming

2(1+1)

8

AGRON-312

Practical Crop Production-I (Kharif crops)

1(0+1)

9

GPB-312

Intellectual Property Rights

1(1+0)

10

HORT-311

Landscaping (Elective Course)

3(2+1)

 

 

 

VI Semester

 

Course No.

Subject Title

Credit Hours

1

AGRON-321

Rainfed Agriculture & Watershed Management

2(1+1)

2

AGENGG-321

Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture

2(1+1)

3

PPATH-321

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management -II

3(2+1)

4

HORT-321

Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetable

2(1+1)

5

ENTO-321

Management of Beneficial Insects

2(1+1)

6

GPB-321

Crop Improvement –II (Rabi crops)

2(1+1)

7

AGRON-322

Practical Crop Production- II (Rabi crops)

1(0+1)

8

AGRON-323

Principles of Organic Farming

2(1+1)

9

AGECON-321

Farm Management, Production & Resource Economics

2(1+1)

10

HORT-322

Principles of Food Science and Nutrition

2(2+0)

11

GPB-322

Micro-propagation Technology (Elective Course)

3(2+1)

 

 

VII Semester

Rural Agricultural Work Experience and Agro-industrial Attachment (RAWE & AIA)

S.N.

Activities

No. of Weeks

Credit Hours

1

General orientation & On campus training by different faculties

1

14

2

Village Attachment

8

 

3

Unit attachment in Univ./ College/ KVK/ Research Station Attachment

5

 

4

Plant Clinic

2

2

5

Agro-Industrial Attachment

3

4

6

Project Report Preparation, Presentation and Evaluation

1

 

Total weeks for RAWE & AIA

20

20

 

VIII Semester

Modules for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship

S.N.

Title of the Module

Credit Hours

1

Production Technology for Bioagents and Biofertilizer

0+10

2

Seed Production & Technology

0+10

3

Mushroom Cultivation Technology

0+10

4

Soil, Plant, Water and Seed Testing

0+10

5

Commercial Beekeeping

0+10

6

Poultry Production Technology

0+10

7

Commercial Horticulture

0+10

8

Floriculture and Landscaping

0+10

9

Food Processing

0+10

10

Agriculture Waste Management

0+10

11

Organic Production Technology

0+10

12

Commercial Sericulture

0+10

 

            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presently this college is functioning at KVK Dholpur and in future it will be shifted toKhemri,Dholpur

  1. Intake capacity and total enrolment of students B.Sc.(Hons.) Ag Part- Academic session 2019-20

Programme

Intake Capacity

Intake during the year

 

Total enrolment

 (including students of all years)

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Rural

Urban

Rural

Urban

 

UG

60

43

17

60

40

3

16

1

60


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities

  • Successfully conducted student union election.

  • Motivational lecture was delivered by ShriAbhikeshChuarsiya (IAS) from Delhi, during the JAL SHAKTI ABHIYAN of KVK Dholpur.

  • Teachers Day celebrated on 5th September, 2019 by the college students.

  • SKN Agriculture University Foundation DayCelebrated on 13th September, 2019.

  • Animal health and Animal vaccination  programme was conducted with Department of Animal Husbandry, Rajasthan and students have been participated

  • Plantation was done 22nd September by the presence of  Dr. ManojRajoriya (MP-DholpurKarouli), SmtShoba Rani  MLA- Dholpur, Local  public representatives.

  • Games/ Sports/ cultural and literary events of intraclass competition have been successfully conduced.

  • Celebrated birth anniversary of MAHATAMA GANDHI and  LAL BAHADUR SHSTRI on 2nd October, 2019

  • Our student Mr. Gajendra Singh Gurjar stand first position in 100 meter race of intercollege competitions in the university in 2019-20.

  1. Future plan

  1. Site selection: The college site has been selected on the basis of recommendation of the competent committee at village KhemriTeh- Bari, District – Dholpur (Rajasthan).

  2. Staff: Presently six teaching and two non-teaching posts are filled and three guest faculty are ingageds for smooth running of college.

Facilities or Infrastructure:

Presently the infrastructure facilities of KrishiVigyanKendra (KVK) Dholpur are being availed for smooth functioning of the college. We have submitted a master plan for the construction of academic, administrative, boys &girls hostels, buildings. The following facilities are available at the campus:

  • Class Room: The classes of BSc. Ag (Hons.) are being conducted in the building of KVK.

  • Land: A total of 30.0 ha land has been alloted at Centre of Excellence mango, KhemriTeh- Baseri (Dholpur) . Out of 30 ha land 3 ha mango orchard of various varieties is already planted and rest 27 ha land is to be developed. We have started seed production of summer moong in 1 ha at the farm.

  • Accommodation facilities: College is presently having an administration block, staff rooms for teaching and non-teaching staff and a separate room for convenience of girl students.

  • Girls’ hostel: Three staff quarters of KVK, Dholpur are being used as hostel for girl students. Presently thirteen girl students are availing the hostel facilities in these quarters.

  • Basic Amenities: RO drinking water and lavatory facility for both boys and girls are available in the college.

  • Seminar Hall: Seminar hall of KVK, Dholpur is being used for celebration of different events and programmes of college.

  • Library Facilities: As this college is newly opened, so library facilities are under developing stage, however sufficient books are available as per course curriculum.

  • Sports Facilities: This College is providing the playground facilities of Kabbadi, Volleyball, Badminton and atheletics.

  • NSS: The College of Agriculture Baseri, Dholpur foresees the active participation of undergraduate students in National Service Scheme (NSS), started by Department of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Human Resources Development, New Delhi,The basic purpose of this scheme is to develop responsibility through social services and realization of work. It helps to inculcate self-discipline and control of mind and body for making students a responsible citizen. NSS activities are a mandatory part of B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. degree program.

  • Extracurricular activities: The college from its inception has regularly organized vivid student activities, for all-around development of the students. The college believes in endorsement of professionalism and ethics among students by imparting value based education for holistic development of the students. The resources spared by the college and the hard work and enthusiasm of the students have paid-off in the form of the whole hearted involvement and participation of the students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities regularly organized at the college and university level.

  • Celebration of special days of national importance: The College organizes different activities regularly on important National days to bring about awareness and inspiration among students. They form an integral part of the course curriculum for an all-round development of the students and faculty members.

  • Advisory system for students: Student advisory an integral part of UG programme in which about 10 students are allotted to a teacher. For this 7th period of every Friday has been earmarked for advisors specially to interact with the students, so that their academic as well as day to day problems may be tackled without any delay.

  • Glimpse of Events and Press coverage

 

Students during Plantation and Swakshtta  Abhiyan

 

 Students during Plantation with Staff Members

Students during Class Games Activities

 Plantation with presence of Dr. Manoj Rajoriya (MP), Smt Shoba Rani Regional MLA, Dr. Navab Singh  and Local  Officers of BJP party

Students during Swakshtta  Abhiyan on 150 birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

 

Last Updated : 27 May 2020