Departments

Dr. S.K. Srivastav

Dean
College of Agriculture, JNKVV
Sehore
Phone: 07562-227140(O),226950,226978(R)
Fax: 0761 - 227139
E-mail: deanrak@rediffmail.com

 

Faculty

S.No
Name of the faculty

Designation

Specialization & Academic/
Research in Deptt.
Mailing Address, Mobile No., email address

1.

Dr. H.S.Yadav,

Principal Scientist

Plant Breeding & Genetics

9425650289
F-1, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

2.

Dr. Rohan Singh

Professor

Agronomy

228153, 9827555349
E-2, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

3.

 Dr.(Smt) S.B.Tambi.

Professor

Ag.Extension

9425938324
F-2, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

4.

Dr. K.S. Pawar

Principal Scientist

Plant Breeding & Genetics

9827431943 (Presently I/c
Dean, College of Agriculture,
Ganj Basoda Distt. Vidisha (M.P.)

5.

Dr. K.K.Mishra

Principal Scientist

Engineering

226997
F-3, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

6.

Dr. S.N.Soni

Professor

Ag. Economics
& farm Management

9229667593
Near Head Post Office,
Bhopal-Indore Road,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

7.

Dr. S.R.Ramgiry

Principal Scientist

Plant Breeding
& Genetics

9300118169
F-4, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

8.

Dr. H.B.S. Bhadoria

Professor

LPM

9827015205
hsbhadoria@yahoo.co.in
F-93/11, Tulsi Nagar, Bhopal

9.

Dr. K.K.Nema

Senior Scientist

Entomology

9926992697
G-24, Professor Colony,
Janglee Ahata, Sehore
466001 (M.P.)

10.

 Dr. K.N.Tambi

Senior Scientist

Horticulture

9827360031
F-2, RAK college Campus
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

11.

Dr. K.N. Pathak

Associate Professor

Ag.Extension

9425145736
knp1959@yahoo.com
Deptt. Of Extension Education,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

12.

Dr. V.P. Kumar

Senior Scientist

LPM

9425032012
kumarvpk@yahoo.com
F-7, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

13.

Dr. A.N.Tikle

 

Senior Scientist

Plant Breeding
& Genetics

9826938613
antikle@rediffmail.com
9424468264
antikle@yahoo.com
G-16, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

14.

Dr. Arvind Sharma

Senior Scientist

Plant Breeding
& Genetics

9425008044
arvind5678@yahoo.com
G-26, Professor Colony,
Janglee Ahata, Sehore
466001 (M.P.)

15.

Dr. P.S. Raghuwanshi.

Associate Professor

Ag. Economics
& farm Management

9329647164
G-27, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

16.

Dr. D.R. Saxena

Senior Scientist

Plant Pathology

9425079059
  F-10, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

17.

Dr.(Smt)  Moly Saxena

Senior Scientist

Plant Pathology

9425079059
F-10, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

18.

Dr. S.R.J Singh

Associate Professor

Agril..Statistics

9424355006
F-6, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

19.

Dr. P.K. Malviya

Associate Professor

Ag. Economics
& farm Management

9301310278, 9329413361
F-14, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

20.

Dr. R.P.    Singh

Senior Scientist

Agronomy

9425138202
F-1, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

21.

Dr. H.D. Verma

Senior Scientist

Agronomy

9893257267
hdvaas@yahoo.com
F-8, RAK college Campus,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

22.

Dr. M.D. Vyas           

Senior Scientist

Agronomy

9425080108
vyasmd@rediffmail.com
AICRP on Soybean, Deptt. of Agronomy
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

23.

Dr. M.S.Parihar

Associate Professor

Horticulture

9425620182
Deptt. Of Horticulture,
RAK College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

24.

Dr. Sandeep Sharma

Associate Professor

Entomology

9303133157 sandeepsharma@yahoo.com
Deptt. of Entomology, RAK
College of Agriculture,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

25.

Dr. Amit  Chatterjee,    

Associate Professor

Extension

9425138211
G-22, Professor Colony,
Janglee Ahata, Sehore
466001 (M.P.)

26.

Dr. S.A. Ali

Senior Scientist

Horticulture

9425138195
G-28, Professor Colony,
Janglee Ahata, Sehore
466001 (M.P.)

27.

Dr.(Smt)  N. Khandwe

Senior Scientist

Entomology

09826685106 nandakhandwe@rediffmail.com 
G-25, Professor Colony,
Janglee Ahata, Sehore
466001 (M.P.)

28.

Dr. R.C. Jain

Senior Scientist

Soil Science

09826449874 , 07562-224265
rcj2007@rediffmail.com
Om Siddhi Sila Bhawan,
Near St. Annes School,
Chankyapuri, Sehore 466001

29.

Dr. S.C.Gupta

Senior Scientist

Soil Science

9926823612
subhashchandragupta2001
@yahoo.co.in
Arakash Mohalla,
Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

30.

Dr. Rupendra Khandwe   

Associate Professor

Botany

9836685706
rkhandwe@rediffmail.com
G-25, Professor Colony,
Janglee Ahata, Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

31.

Dr. Md.Yasin  

Senior Scientist

Plant Breeding
& Genetics

9406517978
Deptt. Of Plant Breeding & Genetics, RAK College of Agriculture, Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

32.

Er. M.L. Jadav

Assistant Professor

Engineering

9981102644
mohanjadav@rediffmail.com
G-10, RAK college Campus, RAK College of Agriculture, Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

33.

Dr. G.K.Nema

Scientist

Agronomy

07562-227267
G-23, Professor Colony, Janglee Ahata, Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

34.

Dr. Ashok Saxena                 

Scientist

Plant Breeding
& Genetics

9893476337
ashokrak@sify.com
AICRP on Soybean, R.A.K. College of Agriculture, SEHORE  466001 (M.P.)

35.

Shri  P.K Ahirwal             

Assistant Professor

Ag.Extension

7425166728
ahirwalrak@yahoo.com
G-4, RAK college Campus, RAK College of Agriculture, Sehore 466001 (M.

36.

Shri  S.K.Arisa

Assistant Professor

Plant Pathology

9425851509
skarsia@yahoo.com
G-11, RAK college Campus, RAK College of Agriculture, Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

37.

Shri  D.K.Raidas

Assistant Professor

Botany

9993647742
raidasdk@rediffmail.com
G-9, RAK college Campus, RAK College of Agriculture, Sehore 466001 (M.P.)

38.

Shri  Trilochan Singh

Tech. Assistant

Extension

9993345194
Near St. Annes School, Chankyapuri, Sehore 466001

Research Projects

  • The foundation of college was laid down by Shri Rafi Ahmad Kidwai on August 1, 1952 as intermediate college.
  • Shri Ajit Prasad Jain on July 17, 1955 laid foundation of RAK college of agriculture and research institute, Sehore.
  • College has 143 ha area, out of which 90.7 ha is cultivated.

Teaching

Under Graduate & Post Graduate

  • UG intake: 60 through PAT; 12 Payment; 12 ICAR quota.
  • PG intake: 40 students ( 4 through merit; 4 Payment, each in Agronomy, Extension Education, Agril. Economics and Farm Management, Agril. Entomology and Plant Breeding & Genetics.)
  • Current Strength: UG(307) PG(61)
  • Passed out : 2005-06 UG (53) PG (32)

Hostel

  • There are two boys hostels having capacity of 180 students and one girls hostel ( renovated) at Jangli Ahata for 48 girls.
  • At present 151 boys and 33 girls are residing in college hostels.

LIBRARY

  • Books: 18841 Journals:3833 (old) Current (16) are available at the college library.
  • Book bank :396 ( Current year)
  • Books for SC/ST students: 3470
  • Scientific literature in form of compact discs .

NCC

  • One NCC platoon: 54 Cadets
  • Pulse Polio
  • National Integration Camp
  • “B”(18) and “C” (15) certificate

NSS

  • One NSS unit with 182 students.
  • During the year 50 units blood donated by cadets.
  • “B”(26) and “C”(4) certificate examinations.
  • The cadets also participate in campus development activities of the college as well as district.
  • Shri Khamdev Kanathe a NSS cadet of this college has been honored with National Youth Award 2006 by The President of India.

CULTURAL AND LITERARY ACTIVITIES

  • Students participated in rangoli, cartoon making & spot painting competitions held at Jabalpur during Sept. 26-29, 2006.
  • Shri Vijay Pawar bagged first prize in spot painting competition.

GAMES AND SPORTS

  • College kabbadi, Volleyball & kho-kho teams participated in intercollegiate competitions held at Rewa during Nov. 2-4,2006.
  • Four kabbadi players have been selected in the university team.
  • Establishment of soil, water and plant testing lab including micronutrient and training centre.

PLACEMENT CELL

  • ITC:5, Seed Certification:04, Assistant Director Agriculture:04, Other :11
  • This cell makes liaison with private enterprises and arranges for campus interviews.

ARIS/ Computer Cell

  • ARIS Cell:12 Computers
  • UG computer Lab: 15
  • Email ,Fax and Internet facilities.
  • Local Area Network.

Advanced Instruments

  • Automatic N- Analyzer
  • PC Based Spectro Photo Meter(UV)
  • Flame Photo Meter
  • Colori Meter
  • Automatic Shaker
  • Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer
  • Environmental Shaker
  • Canopy Analyser
  • Chlorophyll Meter

FARM 2007-08

  • CULTUIVATED AREA: 90.70 ha ( Partially irrigated 22.70ha, rainfed 68.00ha)
  • AREA SOWN (2006-07)
  • KHARIF: 80.00 ha
  • RABI: 30.90 ha
  • Cropping intensity : 150.33
  • PRODUCTION:
  • SOYBEAN:
  • SPS(b)=13.50 q NUCLEUS= 174.00 q
  • BREEDER=535.0q
  • ARHAR:
  • SPS (b)= 0.60 q BREEDER=8.50q
  • RABI
  • GRAM
  • NUCLEUS= 182.00 q
  • BREEDER=174.00 q
  • LENTIL
  • NUCLEUS= 1.00 q BREEDER=6.00 q
  • WHEAT J/S : 42.0q

DAIRY

Animals

  • Cow=18 (Milch=12)
  • Buffaloes=5( Milch=2)
  • Bullock=4
  • Bull=02
  • Calves= 29

RESEARCH PROJECTS IN OPERATION

  • All India Coordinated Research Project on Soybean-Main Centre.
  • All India Coordinated Research Project on Chickpea –Main Centre
  • All India Coordinated Research Project on Pigeon pea –Sub Centre
  • All India Coordinated Research Project on MULLaRP –Sub Centre
  • National Agricultural Research Project Phase - I & II (State Plan)
  • Intensive Extension Research Project (State Plan )

Network Projects

  • NBPGR sponsored project on multilocation evaluation of chickpea germplasm for resistance against abiotic and biotic stresses.
  • Wilt of crops with special reference to cultural, morphological, molecular characterization and pathogenic variability of isolates in India on lentil.

Extension

  • JNKVV towards Village
  • Adopted Village KakarKheda
  • Trainings:10
  • Demonstrations/FLDs:190
  • Field days:4
  • Farmers day:2

AGRO-MET ADVISORY SERVICE

  • Started functioning from July 2006 with the financial help of the Department of Earth Science, GOI.
  • Preparation & release of agro advisory bulletin (weekly) for farmers.
  • Publicity through electronic & print media and through field visits.

WASTELAND DEVELOPMENT

  • Sheesham(Dalbergia sisoo) and Amla( Emblica officinalis) have been planted in 13 ha. Area; more than 80% survival have been recorded after three years(2004-2007).
  • Out of 15000 plants of Jatropha curcus raised in the campus recorded 78% survival.
  • Amla nursery with a target of 1.25 lakhs saplings have been established.

VARIETIES RELEASED

Soybean

  • High yielding Soybean Variety JS 335 having wider adaptability, (having more than 60% area of the country) resistance to insects , diseases and tolerance to abiotic stresses.
  • Pigeon pea + soybean (2:4) intercropping system has been recommended for rain fed situations.
  • Post emergence herbicide like quizola fop ethyle 5 EC/ ha or Imazothapyr 10 EC 75 g/ ha or Fenoxyprop-p-ethyl 10 EC 100 g/ ha found economically better.
  • In IPNM half of recommended dose of fertilizer alongwith 5 tons of FYM/ ha found optimum.
  • The newer insecticides which are more economic and more effective (triazophos 40 EC, methomyl 12.5 L, chlorpyriphos 20 EC) over conventional ones for the control of most of the major insect pests in the state have been identified and recommended.
  • Seed treatment with thiamethaxom @ 0.1% or foliar spray of thiamethaxom 25 WG @ 100 kg/ ha after germination found to control major insect at seedling stage.
  • Use of Bt. Pesticide @ 1 kg/ ha or chitin inhibitor lufenuran 5 EX @ 400-600 ml/ ha controls many defoliator insect.
  • Amongst botanicals, 5% neem seed kernel extract (NSKE) and bio agents, Beauveria bassiana and Bacillus thuringiensis could successfully manage the lepidopterous insects.
  • Seed treatment: Formulation of thiram + carboxin (37+37) to control seed and seedling rot.
  • IDM Modules (Summer ploughing+Seed treatment+ intercropping of maize+spray of carbendazim for foliar diseases) and (Seed treatment with thiomethaxam 25 WG @ 100g/ha for viral diseases.
  • In lentil, varieties JL 1 and JL 3 having bold seed and tolerance to drought have been released. JL 3 also showed tolerance to wilt.
  • Use of sulphur @ 20 kg/ha in chickpea and 40 kg/ ha in pigeonpea, pre-emergence application of pendimethalin @ 1 kg a.i./ ha in irrigated chickpea and pigeonpea for weed control Application of compost/ biogas slurry @ 2.5 tonnes/ha + Rhizobium inoculation + PSB saved 50 kg DAP/ha in chickpea. Late sown chickpea responded well to application of 40kg N/ ha.
  • Phytophthora blight of pigeonpea may be effectively controlled by adopting integrated treatment including ridge sowing + seed treatment with metalaxyl @ 6g/kg seed +soybean as cover crop + tolerant variety(JA 4).

Network Project on wilt of crops with special reference to cultural morphological, molecular characterization and pathogenic variability of isolates in India - (Lentil).

During 2004-05 and 2005-06, Wilted plants of lentil were collected from the different four States Viz. Madhya Pradesh (M.P.), Chhattishgarh (C.G.), Rajasthan and Jharkhand. Lentil growing areas of these states were visited and the total 288 samples were collected. Out of 288 wilted samples 155 isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lentis were obtained. After studying morphological and cultural characteristics of 155 isolates of Fol were grouped into 50 groups. The 50 representative Fol isolates were deposited to NBAIM for molecular studies alongwith passport proforma. Fourteen differentials of lentil were finalized for studying the pathological variability in the Fol isolates.