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College of Agriculture, Bharatpur

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, BHARATPUR

(SKN AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY JOBNER (JAIPUR)

 

INTRODUCTION

College of Agriculture, Bharatpur was established on 24th April, 2013 vide order no. F. 4(18) Agriculture-3/2013 Govt. of Rajasthan, under Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agricultural University (SKRAU) Bikaner. Presently COA Bharatpur is a constituent college of newly established Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University (SKNAU) Jobner, established with the mandate to impart quality education for graduates in the discipline of Agriculture. COA, Bharatpur is situated in the agro-climatic Zone III-B of Rajasthan. This is an emerging organization imparting quality agricultural education in eastern gateway of Rajasthan (Bharatpur). The college is located at Bharatpur- Alwar State Highway (SH-14), nearby Bailara village. It is around 15 km. from district headquarter, Bharatpur and is 1.5 km from main road. Presently the infrastructure facilities of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) and Agriculture Research Sub Station (ARSS) Kumher are being availed for smooth functioning of College. The construction work of new college building and hostels is near to its completion and the college is gradually acquiring requisite facilities essential for imparting quality agricultural education.

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.

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 62 students (40 JET merit based + 20 JET merit based with payment seats+2 students through merit of 12th class).
  • During the current academic session (2019-20) the total number of enrolled students at the college is 239; among them 180 and 59 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/NCC/PEYP

NSS/NCC/Physical Education & Yoga Practices

2(0+2)

 

II Semester

S.N.

Course No.

Title of Subject

Credit Hours

1

  1.  

Fundamentals of Genetics 

  1.  

2

  1.  

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

  1.  

3

  1.  

Introductory Soil and Water Conservation Engineering

  1.  

4

  1.  

Fundamentals of Crop Physiology

  1.  

5

  1.  

Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics

  1.  

6

  1.  

Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

  1.  

7

  1.  

Fundamentals of Entomology

  1.  

8

  1.  

Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education

  1.  

9

  1.  

Communication Skills and Personality Development

  1.  

10

  1.  

Introductory  Agrometeology & Climate change 

  1.  

11

  •  
  •  

NSS/NCC/Physical Education & Yoga Practices 

  1.  

 

 

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

PPATH-311

Epidemiology and Integrated Disease Management

2(1+1)

SSAC-311

Manures, Fertilizers and Soil Fertility Management

3(2+1)

ENTO-311

Pests of Crops and Stored Grains and their Management

4(3+1)

PPATH-312

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management-I

3(2+1)

GPB-312

Crop Improvement-I (Kharif Crops)

2(1+1)

EDBC-311

Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication

2(1+1)

AGRON-311

Geoinformatics and Nano-technology and Precision Farming

2(1+1)

AGRON-312

Practical Crop Production-I (Kharif crops)

1(0+1)

GPB-312

Intellectual Property Rights

1(1+0)

HORT-311

Landscaping (Elective Course)

3(2+1)

VI Semester

Course No.

Subject Title

Credit Hours

AGRON-321

Rainfed Agriculture & Watershed Management

2(1+1)

AGENGG-321

Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture

2(1+1)

PPATH-321

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management -II

3(2+1)

HORT-321

Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetable

2(1+1)

ENTO-321

Management of Beneficial Insects

2(1+1)

GPB-321

Crop Improvement –II (Rabi crops)

2(1+1)

AGRON-322

Practical Crop Production- II (Rabi crops)

1(0+1)

AGRON-323

Principles of Organic Farming

2(1+1)

AGECON-321

Farm Management, Production & Resource Economics

2(1+1)

HORT-322

Principles of Food Science and Nutrition

2(2+0)

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Agricultural Work Experience:

(RAWE) is a compulsory course offered in VI Semester to students of B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. The primary aim of the programme is to understand the practical rural situations, status of agricultural technologies adopted by farmers, prioritize the problems faced by the farmer and to develop skills & attitude of working with the farm families for an all-round development in rural area. An educational tour for the students is also an integral part of the Programme. In this the students visit to different agricultural institutes and get fact based information and practical experience about different ongoing projects, newer technologies and farming system. It helps them to update their knowledge and makes them aware about recent innovation and technologies in agriculture and allied sciences.

No. of Students

(Year wise)

Name of Organization

Area of work experience 

Year 2017-18

12

LUPIN, Bharatpur

About  woman SHG’s group

Rural Development

Impart training for capacity building to Rural Youth

Problem analysis of rural areas

Year 2018-19

21

 

Year 2017-18

RSSC, Bharatpur

Seed production, processing, packaging, grading 

10

Year 2018-19

22

Year 2017-18

Brij Honey Bharatpur

Collection of Honey bee, processing, packaging and marketing of Honey

11

Year 2018-19

16

 

Facilities or Infrastructure:

Presently the infrastructure facilities of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) and Agricultural Research Sub-Station (ARSS) Kumher are being availed for smooth functioning of the college. The construction work of new college building and hostels are near to its completion. The following facilities are available at the campus:

  • Class Room: The classes of BSc. Ag (Hons.) are being conducted in the building of KVK and ARSS, Kumher, Bharatpur.
  • Land: A total of 12.5 ha land is available under the college out of which around 5 ha land is utilized for experimentation and seed production programme on different crops. The efforts for getting 45 ha land from Department of Animal Husbandry Govt of Rajasthan are being made at University level.
  • 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. The college also maintains a guest house facility at Saras Circle, Bharatpur city for comfortable stay of guests and farmers.
  • Girl’s hostel: The construction work of girl’s hostel with a capacity of twelve rooms is near its completion. The accommodation facility for the girl students will begin soon.
  • Basic Amenities: RO drinking water and lavatory facility for both boys and girls are available in the college.
  • Seminar Hall: A smart class room cum seminar hall of KVK, Kumher is being used for celebration of different events and programme of college.
  • Library Facilities: A well-furnished library with expedient collection of books on different subjects and availability of a spacious reading room for students forms the core of our college strength. The library maintains sufficient textbooks and reference books of different disciplines. The college provides additional facilities to the students in the form of a photo copier Xerox machine, computers with internet facility etc. The library also subscribes different magazine, regional, national newspapers and other important agricultural periodicals, for all round development of the students. Book bank facility is also available to all the students and staff of the college.
  • Sports Facilities: A Badminton Court, Volleyball ground and Table Tennis room is available for students at the college.
  • NSS: The College of Agriculture, Bharatpur 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, in 1969-70. 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. NSS course is being offered as a part of the course curriculum since 2014.
  • 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 every year 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 25 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.
  • Preparation Pattern of JRF/Pre-PG Examination: College has a specific emphasis on preparation for JRF & Pre-PG examination. Each faculty member is being allotted students, who can consult them regarding subject matter. Special classes are also arranged for specific topics as and when required.     

Staff Information

Name

Designation

Area of Specialization

Email

Phone No.

 

Dr. Swaroop Singh

Professor & Dean

Horticulture

Dean.coabharatpur@sknau.ac.in

9413330548

Dr Dhan Raj Sharma

Associate Professor

Olericulture

Drsharma.kvk.kumher@sknau.ac.in

9461642432

Dr Sumer Singh Punia

Associate Professor

Plant Breeding & Genetics

sspunia.pbg@sknau.ac.in

9414168316

Dr Raj Kumar Meena

 

 

 

Assistant Professor

Livestock Production &Management

rkmeena.kvk.kumher@sknau.ac.in  

8947999808

Dr Devendra Kumar Meena

Assistant Professor

Agril. Extension Education

Dkmeena.ext@sknau.ac.in

9161962060

Dr Sweta Singh

Assistant Professor

Agriculture  Engineering

Sweta.agengg@sknau.ac.in

9897576101

Dr Jitendra Singh

Assistant Professor

Plant Pathology

Jitendra.ppath@sknau.ac.in

9413348779

Dr Arvind Kumar Yadav

Assistant Professor

(Agronomy)

Conservation Agriculture, Climate smart Agriculture and Crop Diversification

Akyadav.agro@sknau.ac.in

9468393264

Dr Naveen Chandra Pant

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

Ncpant.biochem@sknau.ac.in

9639653975

Dr Sheela Kharkwal

Assistant Professor

Agricultural Economics

Sheela.ageco@sknau.ac.in

8929872343

Dr Rahul Kumar

Assistant Professor

Soil Physics & Microbiology

Rahulkumar.soils@sknau.ac.in

9074714200

 

Achievements:

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS: The college has a record of meritorious students, excelling in various state and national level examinations. The college students have shown their exploits by achieving good academic results and have been at the top level in the university ranking. Seventeen students from this college excelled in ICAR-JRF examinations and got admitted in different disciplines at reputed agricultural universities of the country. In addition 12 students got admitted in Master’s degree programs of agricultural sciences through Rajasthan Pre PG test.   

List of selected students through JRF (ICAR All India competitive examination).

S N

Name of Students

JRF /Pre-PG

Subject

Name of University

Batch 2017

1

Akshay Yogi

JRF

Agronomy

IARI, New Delhi

2

Basta Ram

JRF

Soil Science

GBPUAT, Pantnagar

3

Raju Ram Choudhry

JRF

PBG

HAU, Hissar

5

Abhinav Kumar Yadav

Pre-PG

Horticulture

SKNCOA, Jobner

6

Ajay Kumar

Pre- PG

Entomology

RCA, Udaipur

7

Vikram

Pre-PG

Entomology

RCA, Udaipur

Batch 2018

1

Bal Jeet 

JRF

Agronomy

NDRI, Karnal

2

Kuldeep Singh

JRF

Agronomy

NDRI, Karnal

3

Rohit Kumar Sharma

JRF

Agri-Business

AAU, Anand Gujrat

4

Prakash Chand Choudhry

JRF

Agronomy

RLBCAU, Jhansi

7

Narendra Kumar Bhinda

JRF

Agronomy

RLBCAU, Jhansi

5

Harkesh Meena

JRF

Agronomy

DRPCAU, Pusa, Bihar

6

Govind Ram

JRF

Agronomy

NAU, Navsari, Gujrat

8

Rohin Choudhary

NTS

Agronomy

DRPCAU, Pusa, Bihar

9

Monu Kumari

NTS

Horticulture

NAU, Navsari, Gujrat

10

Sheela Neel

NTS

Soil Science

GBPUA&T, Pantnagar 

11

Shubham Singh Panwar

NTS

Agri-Business Management

PAU, Ludhiana

12

Indra Khichar

Pre-PG

Agril. Economics

SKRAU, Bikaner

13

Rajni

Pre-PG

Agronomy

SKRAU, Bikaner

14

Prem Kumar Ola

Pre-PG

Entomology

SKRAU, Bikaner

15

Sunil Kumar Solanki

Pre-PG

Horticulture

CHF, Jhalawar

Batch 2019

1

Mukesh Choudhary

NTS

Plant Pathology

SKAUST, Jammu

2

Mahendra Singh

NTS

Agronomy

RPCAU, Bihar

3

Manoj Choudhary

NTS

Agronomy

RLBCAU, Jhansi

4

Bhojarm

NTS

Soil Science

RPCAU, Bihar

5

Ramesh Bunkar

NTS

Agril. Extension

MPKV Rahurii

6

Sagar Koli

NTS

LPM

BHU, Varanasi

7

Anju Yadav

Pre-PG

Horticulture

COA, Jhalawar

8

Babulal Dhaka

Pre-PG

Plant Breeding & Genetics

MPUAT, Udaipur

9

Jitendra Shekhawat

Pre-PG

Agril. Extension Education

MPUAT, Udaipur

10

Kavita Nitharwal

Pre-PG

Agril. Economics

SKRAU, Bikaner

11

Sumit Yadav

Pre-PG

Agril. Extension

MPUAT, Udaipur

12

Suresh Fagodia

Pre-PG

Soil Science

SKNAU, Jobner

13

Lalita Choudhary

Pre-PG

Agronomy

SKNAU, Jobner

14

Sonam Kumari Meena

Pre-PG

Agril. Extension Education

AU, Kota

15

Kavita Choudhary

Pre-PG

Nematology

SKNAU, Jobner

16

Mukesh Kumar Kumawat

Pre-PG

Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

MPUAT, Udaipur

17

Maya Choudhary

SAU

Entrance

Agronomy

CCS University Merrut

18

Devendra Kumar

SAU

Entrance

Horticulture

 BBACU, Lucknow

19

Atar Singh Saini

CAT

Examination

Agribusiness Management

SKRAU, Bikaner

             

Achievements in sports & cultural activities:

The students of this college have shown their talent not only in academics but also they have proved their caliber in extracurricular activities like sports, literary & cultural events. The students have always participated in various events with full zeal. Our students have also been awarded at University level. Every year the students are selected in the University team for participation in Inter University Games.  

Students participated in Inter- Agri-University Sport Tournaments

S N

Name of Students

Name of Game

Name of University

2017

1

Lekhraj Nagar

Kabaddi

HAU, Hisar

2

kuldeep Singh

Kabaddi

3

Ramvatar Takar

Kabaddi

4

Sabahrmal Jat

Atheletes

5

Deepak Devanda

Volleyball

2018

1

Lekhraj Nagar

Kabaddi

US, Bangalore

2

Vikas Kumar Fagoria

Volleyball

3

Shubham Singh Panwar

Basketball

4

Khushi Verma

TT

5

Kuldeep Singh

Kabaddi

6

Deepak Devanda

Volleyball

7

Ramvatar Takar

Kabaddi

2019

1

Ramvatar Takar

Kabaddi

PAU, Ludhiana

 

2

Yougendra Singh

Volleyball

3

Surendra Bajiya

Volleyball

4

Khushi Verma

TT and Volleyball

5

Poonam

TT and Volleyball

2020

1

Yogendra Singh

Volleyball

 

2

Ashok Singh Kharabas

Volleyball

3

Divya Khaturia

Table Tennis

4

Anjali

Table Tennis

Faculty Achievement:

  • Dr Devendra Kumar Meena, Assistant Professor (Agril. Extension Education) won the Young Scientist Award, 2018 given by ATDS, Ghaziabad (UP).
  • Dr Devendra Kumar Meena, Assistant Professor (Agril. Extension Education) won the Best Teacher Award, 2019 given by Agricultural Environmental Technology Development Society (AETDS) Udham Singh Nagar, (UK).
  • Dr S S Punia, Associate Professor (PBG) has released & notified six varieties of pulses at National level namely Kota Massor-1, Kota Masoor-2 and Kota Masoor-3 of Lentil, MU-2, Kota Urd-4 of Urdbean and Kota Rajmash-1 of Rajmash. He also released three varieties of pulses at state level i.e., Pratap Urd-1 and Kota Urd-3 of Urdbean and Kota Matar-1 of Field pea.

Research Paper Published

  • Bai, C. and Meena, D.K. 2018. “Attitude of Agriculture graduate for Entrepreneurship”. IndianAgriculturist, Vol. 62(1) , ISSnN-0019-4336,  Pp.75-82.
  • Chauhan, Neelesh., Singh, Sweta., Singh, Jaivir., Samsher, Chandra Suresh, Singh, B.R., andSingh.G.R., 2018. Effect of drying conditions on rehydration ratio of dried mint leaves.  Journal ofPharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. SP1: 1507-1509.
  • Datta, Ashim., Jat, H. S., Yadav, A. K., Choudhary, Madhu., Sharma, P. C., Rai, Munmun., Singh,Love Kumar., Majumder, S. P., ChoudharyVishu., &Jat.M. L. 2019. Carbon mineralization in soil asinfuenced by crop residue type and placement in an Alfisols of Northwest India. CarbonManagement. DOI-10.1080/17583004.2018.1544830.
  • Jat, H.S., Datta, A., Choudhary, M., Sharma, P.C., Yadav, A.K., Choudhary, V., Gathala, M.K., Jat, M.L., McDonald, A. 2019. Climate Smart Agriculture practices improve soil organic carbon pools, biological properties and crop productivity in cereal-based systems of North-West India. Catena. 181: 104059.
  • Jat, H.S., Datta, Ashim., Chaudhary, M.,Yadav, A.K., Choudhary, V., Sharma, P.C., Gathala, M., Jat,M.L., McDonald, A. 2019. Effect of tillage, crop establishemt and diversification on soil organiccarbon, aggregation, aggregate associated carbon and productivity in cereal systems of semi-aridNorth West India. Soil & Tillage Research. 190.(2019)  128-138.
  • Jitendar Singh, R.K.Bagri, S.K.Goyal and Nitin Chawla. 2019. Effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on growth and sporulation and toxin production in A.Cyamosidis Progressive Res. An International Journal., 14(I):65-67.
  • Kalsariya, Nidhi., Parmar, B.N, S., Meena, D.K.,  2018. “Role of SHG in Poverty Reduction”.International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences Vol.7(8)Pp,1489-1492.
  • Kharkwal, Sheela and Malhotra, Ravindra.2018. Cropping pattern and economics of cerealsproduction in diverse seasons of uttarakhand hills. Journal of Plant Development Sciences Vol.10(11): 605-610.
  • Kumar, Ajesh., Kamboj M.L., Kumar, Santosh., Jingar, Chandar, Suresh., Meena R.K., Yadav, M.C. Lawania, Pankaj., Bugalia H.L. and Jatolia, Parsant . 2017. Infuence of Calf Weaning at Birth onReproductive Performance of Murrah Buffaloes. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 6(11): 4238-4241.  
  • Meena, D.K. and Nidhi. 2018. “Attracting And Retaining Youth in Agriculture- an Extensionperspective”. Journal of Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 9 (1), Pp-118-122.
  • Nidhi, Kalsariya, B.N, Parmar, S., Meena , D. K. 2018. Role of SHG in Poverty Reduction. Int. J. Curr. Micro. App. Sci Vol.7(8 Pp,1489-1492.
  • R K Bgari,S K goyal, J.Singh and S SShekhawat. 2019. Management of bacterial leaf spot disease of clusterbean in semi-arid tropic of Rajasthan. Pl. Dis. Res., 34(I):58-60.
  • R.K.Bagri, V.S.Yadav, J.Singh, S.K.Goyal, Nitin Chawla, R.S.Sharma and J.S.Maheria2019. Integrated disease management of Alternaria leaf blight of bottle gourd under semi arid conditions in Rajasthan. International J. of Chemical Studies. International J. of Ch7(2) 915-17Cemical Studies.,
  • Ram, Baldev and Punia., S.S.2018. Effect of seed priming and foliar urea spray on yield andeconomics in lentil (lens culinaris) under rainfed condition. International Journal of AgricultureSciences, Volume 10, Issue 8, 2018, pp.-5801-5803.
  • Ram, Baldev, Punia, S S and Katiyar, P. K. 2018. Effect of sulphydrylbioregulator sprays on yield and economics in lentil (Lens culinaris) under vertisols. Journal of Food Legumes 31 (1): 24-27.
  • Ram, Baldev, Punia, S S, Tetarwal, J P, Meena, D S, Singh, Pratap and Chaudhary, H R. 2018. Effect of hydrogel and foliar nutrition sprays on productivity and profitability of lentil under rainfed situation of south eastern plain zone of Rajasthan International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and Management1: 67-70.
  • Rana, S. Kadian K. S. and Kharkwal, S. 2018. An inquiry into the extent of Doodh Ganga Yojana implementation in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh and constraints faced by various stakeholders. Research Journal of Agrilcultural Sciences. 10(1): 131-134.
  • Sharma, D., Nidhi, Sharma, S. and Meena ,D.K. 2018. “Knowledge of Farm Women about ImprovedAnimal Husbandry Practices in Saurashtra Region of Gujarat, India”. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, Vol.7(8), ISSN-  2319-7706,  Pp,1227-1235.
  • Sharma, Sonika., Bhardwaj, Neelam., Sharma, Diksha and Meena, Devendra Kumar .2018.“Relationship between socio-personal characteristics and training needs of rural young girls inselected vocations”. International Journal of Chemical Studies, Vol. 6(5), P-ISSN: 2349–8528,Pp417-418.
  • Sheth, Bhavisha P., Punia Sumer., Dheer, Meenakshi., RakhashiyaPurvi M., Patel, Pooja P.,Thaker,Vrinda S. 2019.   Phylogenetic implications and secondary structure analyses of Vigna mungo (L.)Hepper genotypes based on nrDNA ITS2 sequences. Computational Biology and Chemistry.Volume. 78, Pages 389-397.
  • Singh, Jitendar., Bagri, R.K., Goyal, S.K. and Chawla, Nitin. 2019. Effect of different carbon andnitrogen sources on growth, sporulation and toxin production in A. Cyamopsidis. ProgressiveResearch – An International Journal Society Volume 14 (1) : 65-67.
  • Singh, Pinkoo., Singh, B.R., Singh, Sweta., Prince, Kumar, Tarun., Arya Ankur M. and ChandraSuresh. 2018. Drying kinetics of pre-treated cauliower (Brassica Olaracea). Annals of Horticulture 11 (1) : 33-37.
  • Singh, R.N., Praharaj, C.S., Kumar, Rahul., Singh S.S., Kumar N., Singh Ummed.2018.Strengthening soil health under rice (Oryza sativa) fallows in Eastern Plateau of India with dwarf riceand moisture conservation practices. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 88 (12): 1869–78.
  • Singh, Varsha., Singh, Preeti., Nath, Shiva., Dheer, Meenakshi and Punia, Sumer Singh. 2017.Assessment of genetic diversity in chickpea (cicer arietinum l.) Germplasm .Journal of PlantDevelopment Sciences. Vol. 9 (7) : 699-702.
  • Tirkey, Ankita, Singh R.N, Bakpai R.K, Kumar Rahul, Samadhiya V.K and Singh. A.K. 2018. Inuenceof different source of organic manure on microbial activity nutrient uptake and yield of rice.International Journal of Chemical Studies. 6(5): 1043-1047.

Booklet

  • Sanjay Kumar,Sweta Singh B.R. Singh, VikashBalyan and Madhvendra Singh. 2018.UnnatKrishi YantraPrachlanevamRakhrakhav. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture &Technology, Meerut.pp.76.
  • Sanjay Kumar, Sweta Singh B.R. Singh, Vikash Balyan and MadhvendraSingh.2018.Tools forAgriculture and Horticulture. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture & Technology,Meerut.pp.51.

 Book Chapter:

  • Devendra Kumar Meena and Sonika Sharma. 2018. Establish of Fodder Banks for Defecit Fodder in Rainfed Condition. Modern Techniques  of crop  Production for Agriculture Sustainability, PublisherWeserBooks,Zittau,Germany,ISBN-978-3-96692,Pp-170-176.
  • Vinod Kumar, Shourabh Joshi, Naveen C. Pant, Punesh Sangwan, Ajar Nath Yadav, Abhishake Saxena and Dharmendra Singh. (Book Chapter) Molecular Approaches for Combating Multiple Abiotic Stresses in Crops of Arid and Semi-arid Region. Molecular Approaches in Plant Biology and Environmental Challenges, Energy, Environment, and Sustainability, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2019. 149-170

Book Published

  • D. K. Meena, N.R. Meena, Nidhi and Sharma, S. 2019. Fundamentals of Agriculture Human Ethics and Agriculture Extension. Scientific Publisher Jodhpur, ISBN-9789388172653, total Pages-282.
  • Dr. Udai Bhan Singh, Uddhyaniki fasalen
  • Dr. Udai Bhan Singh, Aam ki vagyanik kheti

Faculty participated in Winter/Summer/Orientation/Seminar/ Conference etc.

S. No.

Name of Faculty

Programme attended

Institute and Place

Period

1

Dr Raj Kumar Meena

XIIth Agricultural Science Congress-2015 on “Sustainable Livelihood Security for Smallholder Farmers”

Organized by ICAR-NDRI, Karnal

 

03-06, February, 2015

 

2

Dr Raj Kumar Meena

Training Programme on “ Communication Skills for Effective Extension Services

Organized by DEE, SKNAU, Jobner 

20-22, September, 2016

 

3

Dr Raj Kumar Meena

ICAR sponsored 21days Summer  training programme on “Recent approaches in crop residue management and value addition for entrepreneurship development”

ICAR- Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute, Jhansi (UP)

July 14, August 03, 2016

 

4

Dr Raj Kumar Meena

Training Programme on “ Promotion of Public-Private Partnership under Extension Reforms

Jointly Organized by EEI, Anand & DEE, SKNAU, Jobner 

1-4, August, 2018

 

5

Dr Devendra Kumar Meena

 

International conference on advances in agricultural biological & applied sciences for sustainable future. (ABAS-2018)

Agricultural Technology Development Society. Swami Vivekananda Subharati University, Merrur (UP)

20-22, October, 2018

6

Dr. Jitendra Singh

International conference on global research initiatives for sustainable agriculture & allied sciences.

RARI, Durgapura (Jaipur) Raj

28-30, October,2018

7

Dr Devendra Kumar Meena

National conference on Agricultural Sciences & sustainable environment.

Society for scientific & social development (SSSD-2018)

Shobhit, University, Merrut (UP)

24-26February, 2018

8

Dr D K Meena

Dr Jitendra Singh

Dr A K Yadav

Dr N C Pant

Dr Rahul Kumar

21 days Orientation Programme

SKNAU, Jobner

14 August-03 September, 2019

9

Dr.S.S Punia

Advance in organic manure production and biogas technology for entrepreneurship    development and empowerment of farmer.

RARI, Durgapura (Jaipur) Raj

8-28, November,2019

10

Dr. Devendra Kumar Meena

Global perspective in agricultural & applied sciences for food and environmental security.

(GAAFES-2019) Kumaun University, Nainital (UK)

01-02, December, 2019

11

Dr. Sweta Singh

International conference on 3rd global meet on science and technology for ensuring food & nutrition security.

(GMAT 2019)

National Research Centre on Seed Spices, Ajmer (Raj)

01-03, December, 2019

12

Dr. Jitendra Singh

Innovation in plant and animal sciences for sustainable agriculture & rural development

RARI, Durgapura (Jaipur) Raj

07-09, December, 2019

13

Dr Sheela Kharkwal

27th Annual Conference of Agricultural economics research association (India)

Department of Economics & Sociology PAU, Ludhiana

17-19, December,2019

Seed Production

  • From the inception, COA, Bharatpur has been actively involved in research encompassing seed production of nucleus, breeder and truthfully labeled seeds of clusterbean, urdbean, sesamum, gram, mustard and lentil under rainfed conditions. Stringent quality control measures are adopted at the farm to maintain the genetic purity of the seed stocks. Over the years the college farm have evolved as a center to nurture the young minds of the students, through practical hands on training in different aspects of crop production and farm management.
  • Seed production programme from Kharif & Rabi 2018-19

Kharif 2019

 

Crop

Variety

Production

Type of seed

Productivity

Urdbean

MU 2

5.07

Breeder

3.38

Sesamum

RT-351

2.87

Commercial

1.91

Rabi 2018-19

Mustard

DRMRIJ 31

10.00

Breeder

19.9

Mustard

DRMRIJ 31

25.00

TFL

19.5

Gram

RSG 974

30.00

Breeder

17.5

Lentil

RLG 5

18.00

Breeder

17.7

 

Glimpses of COA Bharatpur

Last Updated : 27 May 2020