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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA

JUNAGADH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, 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. Good quality photos of main buildings and other facilities
KVK Jamnagar
2. Location : Google map image, Area (ha)
Total land with KVK (in ha) :20.44 ha
Sl. No.
Item
Areain hectare(s)*
1
 Under Building and Road
2.00
2
 Under Demonstration units
0.70
3
 Under crops
12.00
4
 Orchard
3.50
5
Agro-forestry
0.24
6
Others (Farm Pond & Channels)
2.00
 
Total
20.44
3. District Profile :(District Information, District Population Information, Land Usage ,Major Crops of the District, Irrigation Information, Animal Husbandry etc)
3.1  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
7.18lakh
3.84 lakh
(b) Female
6.71 lakh
3.64lakh
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
 
3.2 Major farming systems/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
4. 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.
DemonstrationUnits of vegetable
31-3-07
5
Poly House
31-3-09
6
Net House
31-3-09
7
Training Hall
20-2-10
8
Process Plant
20-2-10
9
Implement shed
11-2-10
10
Rain Water harvesting system

31-3-2007

5. Details of Various Extension Activities (Year 2017-18)
5.1  Technology Assessment & Refinement
Category
No. of Technology
Assessed & Refined
No. of Trials
No. of Farmers
Technology Assessed
 
 
 
Crops
 
 
 
Livestock
3
9
9
Various enterprises
1
3
3
Total
 
 
 
Technology Refined
4
12
12
Crops
5
15
15
Livestock
 
 
 
Various enterprises
 
 
 
Total
5
15
15
Grand Total
9
27
27
5.2  Frontline demonstrations
Enterprise
No. of Farmers
Area (ha)
Units/Animals
Oilseeds
250
100
 
Pulses
0
0
 
Cereals
20
8
 
Vegetables
15
6
 
Spices crops
140
56
 
Other crops
20
8
 
Total
395
158
 
Livestock  & Fisheries
 
 
 
Other enterprises
(kitchen gardening)
54
2
 
Total
54
2
 
Grand Total
449
160
 
5.3  Training Programmes
Clientele
No. of Courses
Male
Female
Total participants
Farmers & farm women
22
369
452
843
Rural youths
1
24
0
24
Extension functionaries
6
261
7
268
Sponsored Training
23
460
286
846
Vocational Training
4
54
60
114
Total
56
1168
805
2095
5.4  Extension Programmes
Category
No. of Programmes
Total Participants
Extension activities
1536
102126
Other extension activities
24774
-
Total
 
 
5.5  Mobile Advisory Services
Name of KVK
Message Type
Type of Messages
Crop
Livestock
Weather
Marke-ting
Aware-ness
Other enterprise
Total
Jamnagar
Text only
5
 
 
 
3
 
8
Voice only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Voice & Text both
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total Messages
5
 
 
 
3
0
8
 
Total farmers Benefitted
243245
 
 
 
126929
 
370174
5.6  Seed & Planting Material Production
 
Quintal/Number
Value Rs.
Seed (q)
297.07
1399154
Planting material (No.)
750
338
Bio-Products (kg)
24315
254700
Livestock Production (No.)
1
0
Fishery production (No.)
0
0
5.7  Soil, water & plant Analysis
Samples
No. of Sample
Value  Rs.
Soil
26
8485
Water
14
700
Plant
86
 
Total
126
9185
6. Project : (Mandate and Achievements - ATIC)
Establishment of Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC)(Year-2017-18)
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
:
1. Single window system for technology dissemination.
2. Formulation of FIGs as a process of innovativeness in technology dissemination.
3. Feedback from users to the research centre
5.
Justification of the scheme
:
1. The JAU has generated a large number of technologies in different disciplines of agriculture and all allied subjects.
2. 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
857
2.
KVK, Jamnagar
Technology Products
407
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
D. Technologies Information Provided
D. 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
KVK, Jamnagar
1.  Kisan call centre/ phone calls
306903
2
2
2
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
54706
169
51854
1973
320
277
92
21
2.  Video shows
1910
157
560
425
238
205
145
180
3.  Letters received
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
4.  Letter replied
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
5.  Training to famers/
technocrats/ students
308
22
152
80
11
29
8
6
6. Others
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
D. 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
275
Nil
275
2.
Tech. bulletin
Nil
Nil
Nil
3.
Tech. inventory
Nil
Nil
Nil
4.
CDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
5.
DVDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
6.
Leaflet
1530
Nil
1530
7.
Folders
3200
Nil
3200
8.
Video films
Nil
Nil
Nil
9.
Audio CDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
10.
Others (Poster)
215
Nil
215
E. Technology products provided:
Sr.
No.
Particular
Quantity
Unit of quantity
Value in Rs.
No. of farmers benefitted
1.
Seeds
 
 
 
 
(i)
Green Gram (GM-4)
3.68
Quintal
36800
-
(ii)
Groundnut (GG-22)
101.2
Quintal
742099
-
(iii)
Sesame (GT-3)
35.26
Quintal
440750
-
(iv)
Sun hemp (Local)
1.80
Quintal
18000
-
2.
Planting materials
750
No.
340
11
3.
Live stock
-
-
-
-
4.
Poultry birds
-
-
-
-
5.
Bio Product
 
Quintal
-
-
1.  Beauveria bessianaa
151.36
Quintal
2270400
772
2.  Trichoderma
91.79
Quintal
642530
472
3.  PSB
523
No.
31380
65
4.  Rhizobium
228
No.
13680
21
5.   Azatobactor
404
No.
24240
40
6.
Others
(i)  Fruits
 
 
 
 
1. Sapota
9.74
Quintal
9740
65
2.    Anola
2.46
Quintal
3690
38
3. Custard apple
1.45
Quintal
3625
20
4. Pomegranate
0.80
Quintal
2000
10
(ii) Vermi-compost
3.00kg
Quintal
1500
1
(iii) Milk
2590.8
Lit.
82906
11
F.   Technology services provided:
Name of ATIC
Particulars
No. of farmers benefitted
KVK, Jamnagar
Soil and Water testing
129
Plant diagnosis
86
Services to line department
42
Others (Group Meeting, Field Visit, Field Day)
283
A.   FLD conducted:
Sr. No.
Month
Crop/Inputs
Season
Variety
No. of Farmers/ Demonstration
Others
SC/ST
Total
1.
April-17 to
March-18
Cumin
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi
-
47
3
50
2.
Coriander
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi
-
41
9
50
Total
88
12
100
B.      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.
April-17 to March-18
1.     Management of pink bollworm in cotton
38
-
38
4
-
4
2.
2.     Management of pink bollworm in cotton & management
of white grub in groundnut and other kharif crops
68
-
68
8
-
8
3.
3.    IPM & IDM in fruit, vegetable and rabi field crops
30
-
30
-
-
-
4.
4.     IPM and IDM in rabi field crops
18
-
18
7
-
7
5.
5.     IPM and IDM in rabi field crops
25
-
25
-
-
-
6.
6.     Student training
36
53
89
8
13
21
Total
215
53
268
27
13
40
C. Extension Activity:
Name of ATIC
Information Category
No. of farmers
benefitted
Variety/INM
IPM
IDM
Agro Tech
SWT
PHT
AH/FISH
KVK, Jamnagar
Kisan call Centre/ phone
306903
2
2
2
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
54706
169
51854
1973
320
277
92
21
Training
308
22
152
80
11
29
8
6
Sr. No.
Name of Activity
No. of Activity
No. of Participant
M
F
T
1
Group meeting, Kishan goshthi
7
166
-
166
2
Field visit/Field Day
47
117
-
117
3
Night meeting  etc.
1
102
-
102
4
Literature
4268 no.
-
-
-
5
Plant Diagnosis services
86
86
-
86
7.   Faculty Information : (Name, Designation, Specialization/Discipline, Contact & E-mail ID passport size photograph)
Sl.
No.
Sanctioned post
Name of the incumbent
Designation
Specialization /Discpline
Contact No.
Email ID
Passport Size Photograph
1
Senior Scientist
& Head
Dr. K.P. Baraiya
Senior Scientist
& Head
Agricultural Entomology
9427980032
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2
Scientist
Shri S. H. Lakhani
Scientist (Crop Production )
Agronomy
9537345780
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3
Scientist
Vaccant
Scientist (Plant Protection)
-
-
-
-
4
Scientist
Vaccant
Scientist (Hort.)
-
-
-
-
5
Scientist
Vaccant
Scientist (Ext. Edu.)
-
-
-
-
6
Scientist
Dr. J. N. Thaker
Scientist (Fisheries)
Fisheries
9424224247
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7
Scientist
Smt. A. K. Baraiya
Scientist (Home Science)
Home Science
9998227607
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8
Programme Assistant
Shri H. S. Godhani
Prog. Asstt.
Agril. Ent.
8866255223
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10
ComputerProgrammer
Shri C. P. Padhiyar
Prog. Asstt.
Computer Operator
9428378980
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11
Accountant/ Superintendent
Shri B. H. Joshi
O.S.
Adm.
9426462462
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12
Stenographer
Vacant
Jr. Clerk
Adm.
 
 
 
13
Driver
Vacant
Driver
Supt.
 
 
 
14
Driver
Shri. D.M. Chauhan
Driver
Supt. (Fix)
9824173712
 
15
Supporting staff
Shri B. V. Bamaniya
Peon
Supt.
9904553794
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16
Supporting staff
Shri P. S. Damor
Peon
Supt.
9638540107
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8.  Programmes :-  (OFT, FLD, Training, Ext. activities, Others) Year : 2017-18
8.1  Information about OFT to be conducted
A. Technology Assessment
Thematic areas
Name of the
livestock enterprise
Name of the technology assessed
No. of trials
No. of farmers
Drudgery Reduction
Okra
Assessment of mittens for vegetable harvesting
3
3
Nutrition Management
Cattle
Role of bypass fat in rations of dairy animals
3
3
Production and Management
Fisheries
Pen cultures of Indian Major Carp(IMC) spawn to
fry before stocking in village pond/ Reservoir
3
3
Production and Management
Fisheries
Stocking of Freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii)
with IMC fingerlings in village pond/Reservoir
3
3
Total
12
12
A.  Technology Refinement
Thematic areas
Crop
Name of the technology refined
No. of trials
No. of farmers
Integrated Nutrient Management
Groundnut
Effect of Bio fertilizer in Groundnut production
3
3
Wheat
Response of Bio fertilizer to wheat yield
3
3
 
 
 
 
Varietal Evaluation
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
Groundnut
Management of whitegrub in groundnut
3
3
Chilli
Management of thrips in chilli
3
3
Integrated Crop Management
 
 
 
 
Integrated Disease Management
Garlic
Management of purple blotch of garlic
3
3
Total
15
15
8.2 Front Line Demonstration:
Sr.
No.
Crop
Thematic area
Technology Demonstrated
Season
and year
Area (ha)
No. of  farmers/
demonstration
Reasons for
shortfall in
achievement
Prop-osed
Actual
SC/ST
Others
Total
 
 
 
Oilseeds
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Groundnut
ICM
Beauveria, Metarhiziumanisopliae,
Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium, Micro Nutrient
Kharif-17-18
20
20
3
47
50
 
2
Sesame
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, PSB,
Azotobacter, Micro Nutrient
Kharif-
17-18
20
20
0
50
50
 
3
Sesame
ICM
Seed( GT-3), Trichoderma,
Azotobacter, PSB
Sum-
16-17
40
40
8
92
100
 
4
Groundnut
ICM
PSB, Rhizobium,
Trichoderma, Beauveria, Imidacloprid,
Thiodicarb, Carbendazim+Mancozeb,
Acetamiprid, Cypermethrin
Sum-
17-18
30
30
5
70
75
 
5
Sesame
ICM
PSB, Azotobacter,  Trichoderma,
Beauveria, Carbendazim+Mancozeb,
Acetamiprid, Cypermethrin
Sum-
17-18
30
30
4
71
75
 
 
 
Horticultural
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Brinjal
IPM
Beauveria, PSB, Profenophos, Azotobacter
Kharif-17-18
2
2
0
5
5
 
7
Chilli
IPM
Beauveria, PSB, Profenophos, Azotobacter
Kharif-17-18
2
2
0
5
5
 
8
Okra
Varietal(seed)
Variety GJO-3, GHOH-3
Beauveria, PSB, Profenophos, Azotobacter
Kharif-
17-18
2
2
0
5
5
 
 
 
Spices crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Cumin
IPM/INM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi-
17-18
04
04
0
10
10
 
10
Coriander
IPM/INM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi-
17-18
08
08
0
20
20
 
11
Ajwain
IPM/INM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi-
17-18
04
04
0
10
10
 
12
Cumin(ATIC)
ICM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi-
17-18
20
20
3
47
50
 
13
Coriander
(ATIC)
ICM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi-
17-18
20
20
9
41
50
 
 
 
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
14
Wheat
INM/IPM
PSB, Micro nutrients G-4,
Azotobacter,   Zinc sulphate
Rabi-
17-18
04
04
0
10
10
 
15
Pearl Millet
Variety
Seed (GHB-732)
Sum- 17
04
04
0
10
10
 
16
Pearl Millet
Variety
Seed (GHB-732), PSB, Azotobacter
Sum-
17-18
04
04
1
9
10
 
 
 
Others
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
17
Cotton
IPM
Azotobacter, Beauveria, PSB, Imidacloprid
Kharif-17
8
8
3
17
20
 
18
Kitchen gardening
Kitchen gardening
Vegetable Seed
Kharif-17
2
2
5
45
50
 
19
Solar cooker
Use renewable energy
Solar cooker
-
-
-
0
4
4
 
Performance of Frontline demonstrations
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
Groundnut
(Kh-17)
ICM
Beauveria, Metarhiziumanisopliae,
Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium,
Micro Nutrient
GG-20, GJG-22
 
50
20
29
17
23.06
18
28.11
43736
112634
68898
2.58
50400
81000
30600
1.61
Sesame
(Kh-17)
ICM
Beauveria,Trichoderma, PSB,
Azotobacter, Micro Nutrient
Guj.Til.-2,3,10
50
20
9.6
5.8
7.59
6.25
21.44
22696
45552
22856
2.00
25250
37500
12250
1.49
Sesame
(Sum-17)
ICM
Seed( GT-3), Trichoderma,
Azotobacter, PSB
GT-3
100
40
12.5
6.5
8.98
8.0
12.25
23938
53850
29913
2.25
25925
48000
22075
1.85
FLD on Other crops
Category & Crop
Thematic Area
Name of the technology
No. of Farmers
Area (ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Change 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
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wheat
INM
PSB, Azotobacter,Zinc Sulphate,  Micro Mix G-4
10
4
56.25
44.38
48.38
44.99
7.51
33020
90703 
57683
1.75
33890
82114
48224
1.42
Pearl Millet (Sum-17)
Variety
GHB-732
Seed,PSB, Azotobacter
10
4
43.75
33.75
39.06
35.47
10.13
23740
56641
32901
1.39
24330
51430
27100
1.11
Vegetables
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brinjal
(Kh-17)
IPM
Beauveria, PSB, Profenophos, Azotobacter
5
2
408.75
 
306.25
 
367.75
334.75
9.86
77460
312588
235128
3.04
81180
284538
203358
2.51
Chilli
(Kh-17)
IPM
Beauveria, PSB, Profenophos, Azotobacter
5
2
103.75
98.13
101.13
91.75
10.22
66560
379219
312659
4.70
69740
344063
274323
3.93
Okra
(Kh-17)
Varietal
(seed)
Variety GJO-3, GJOH-3
Beauveria, PSB, Profenophos, Azotobacter
5
2
168.75
158.13
162.25
143.50
13.07
56640
283938
227298
4.01
59180
251125
191945
3.24
Spices & condiments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Coriander
IPM/
INM
Beauveria,Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobacter
20
8
19.38
12.50
15.66
14.36
9.03
32745
89398
56653
1.73
34930
81948
47018
1.35
Cumin
IPM/
INM
Beauveria,Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobacter
10
4
10.0
5.63
7.19
6.61
8.80
30890
100625
69735
2.26
32930
92488
59558
1.81
Ajwain
IPM/
INM
Beauveria,Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobacter
10
4
18.75
5.63
10.46
9.69
7.87
33790
115019
81229
2.40
35330
106631
71301
2.02
Coriander
(ATIC)
ICM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
50
20
19.38
12.50
15.66
14.36
9.03
31980
81706
49276
1.55
33934
74149
40215
1.19
Cumin
(ATIC)
ICM
PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
50
20
10.0
5.63
7.19
6.61
8.80
31630
120645
89015
2.81
32928
99925
66997
2.03
Commercial Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cotton
(Kh-17)
IPM
Azotobacter, Beauveria, PSB, Imidacloprid
20
8
32.50
11.88
25.02
22.80
9.73
40190
118824
78634
1.96
41275
108285
67010
1.62
* Economics to be worked out based total cost of production per unit area  and not on critical inputs alone.
** BCR= GROSS RETURN/GROSS COST
FLD on Women Empowerment
Category
Name of technology
No. of demonstrations
Name  of observations
Demonstration
Check
Assessment
Solar cooker
4
Fuel consumption (per day)
Solar energy + 3 kg firewood
4 to 5 kg firewood
 
 
 
Time saving
55 to 60 %
0
FLD on Other Enterprise: Kitchen Gardening
Category
and Crop
Thematic
area
Name of
the technology
demonstrated
No.
of
Farmer
No.
of Units
Yield (Kg)
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 garden
Vegetable seed
50
50 (0.04 ha)
622.76
557.08
11.80
 
 
4811.32
11210.04
6398.68
2.33
5493.28
10027.8

4534.52

1.83
8.3 Training Programme(On + Off)
Thematic Area
No.
of
courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
3
72
30
102
13
0
13
115
II Horticulture
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
30
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
2
0
88
88
0
4
4
92
IV Livestock Production and Management
2
0
70
70
0
0
0
70
V Home Science/Women empowerment
4
0
131
131
1
0
1
132
VI Agril. Engineering
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VII Plant Protection
5
151
5
156
23
0
23
179
VIII Fisheries
2
0
25
25
2
28
30
55
IX Production of Inputs at site
2
101
11
112
6
0
6
118
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
30
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
22
324
420
744
45
32
77
821
(B) RURAL YOUTH
1
19
0
19
5
0
5
24
(C) Extension Personnel
186
7
193
75
0
75
268
Grand Total (A+B+C)
29
529
427
956
125
32
157
1113
Vocational Training
Discipline
No. of training
No. of total participants
Organic farming
1
30
Value addition
1
30
Production of bio-agents, bio-pesticides
1
30
Vermi composting
1
24
Total
4
114
Sponsored Training
Discipline
No. of training
No. of total participants
 Sponsored Training
23
846
8.4  Details of Various Extension Activities (Year 2017-18)
Activities
No. of programmes
No. of farmers
No. of Extension Personnel
TOTAL
Advisory Services
631
4113
78
4191
Diagnostic visits
35
169
4
173
Field Day
17
358
29
387
Group discussions
33
807
136
943
Kisan Ghosthi
16
708
16
724
Film Show
120
7666
784
8450
Self -help groups
2
83
2
85
Kisan Mela
4
22470
629
23099
Exhibition
4
21011
579
21590
Scientists' visit to farmers field
89
345
69
414
Plant/animal health camps
1
48
5
53
Farm Science Club
0
0
0
0
Ex-trainees Sammelan
2
121
17
138
Farmers' seminar/workshop
2
885
0
885
Method Demonstrations
23
684
89
773
Celebration of important days
7
238
59
297
Special day celebration
6
997
96
1093
Exposure visits
3
82
0
82
Lecture Deliver
228
32540
1437
33977
Implement/Crop Demonstration
38
1485
121
1606
Night Meeting
4
454
40
494
Farmer shibir/crop/shibir
6
273
8
281
Collaborative training
11
810
19
829
Others (pl. specify)
26
245
7
252
Total
1308
96592
4224
100816
Details of other extension programmes
Particulars
Number
Electronic Media (CD./DVD)
 
Extension Literature distributed
15329
News paper coverage
10
Popular articles
9
Radio Talks
0
TV Talks
0
Animal health amps (Number of animals treated)
184
Advisory through Mobile
9245
Others (pl. specify)
 
Total
24774
9.  Publications :  (Literature, Success story/ Case study, Reports, Newsletters)
A.   KVK News Letter ((Date of start, Periodicity, number of copies distributed etc.)
Date of start  : January -2016
Periodicity    : Jan to Mar, 2016
                          April to June, 2016
                          July to Sept., 2016
Number of copies distributed : e-news letter
B. Literature developed/published        
Item
Title
Authors name
Number of copies
Research papers
Impact Assessment of Front Line Demonstrations of IPM in Bt. Cotton.
Gujarat Journal of Extension Education – 2018 (Special Issue)
Dr. P. S. Gorfad, Dr. K. P. Baraiya and Dr. A. M. Parakhia
 
 
Susceptibility of wheat cultivars against termite.
Gujarat Agricultural Universities Research Journal, 42 (2) : 87-89.  (ISSN: 0250-5193).
Gadhiya VC and Borad PK (2017).
 
Popular articles
Jamin Ane Panini Chakachanini Agtyata Ane Namuno Levani Padhdhti.
Jal Jivan 10(4) : 10-13(April-May, 2017)
Lakhani SH, Gadhiya VC, Baraiya AK,  Baraiya K P  and Dangar RM
 
 
Kerinu Processing Ane Temathi Banati Vividh Vangio.
Krushi jivan  49(10):25-28(May-2017)
Baraiya AK, Baraiya K P, Gadhiya VC and Lakhani SH
 
 
Jeeruna Pakmaa Rog Vyavasthapan. Krushi Vigyan, 43 (10) : 30-31.(Nov-17)
Gadhiya VC, Baraiya K P
 
 
Alsiyanu Khatar Banavavani Rit Ane Teni Agtyata. Krushi Vigyan, 43 (12) : 28-30.(Jan-18)
Lakhani SH, Gadhiya VC, Baraiya AK and Baraiya K P
 
 
Vruksha Vavo – Khetar ane Dhartine Samrudhdha Banavo.
Krushi Jeevan49(11), Vadodara,
June -2017
Dr. P. S. Gorfad
 
 
Unalu Bajrani Vaignanik Kheti – Krushi – Jivan ne Sang.
Krushi Jeevan50(08),Vadodara,
March  -2018
Dr. P. S. Gorfad
 
 
Jeeru Ma Dekhayel Molo Ane Thrips Nu Sankalit Niyantran. Bhoomi News (Gujarati daily news paper): Date: 07.12.2016.
Gadhiya VC, Baraiya KP and Lakhani SH
 
 
Jaivik Khatarono Upyog.
Jal Jivan, 2 (10) : 10-12.
Lakhani SH, Gadhiya VC and Dangar RM
 
 
Kharekhma Pratham Vakhat Nondhayel Falmakhi. Aajkaal (Gujarati daily news paper): Date: 02.10.2017.
Gadhiya VC, Baraiya KP and Lakhani SH
 
Leaflets/folders
Magfalima Sankalit Jivat Vyavsthapan
Baraiya KP, Gadhiya VC and Parakhiya AM
10000
 
Kapasni Gulabi Eyal Ane Tenu Sankalit Vyavsthapan
Gadhiya VC, Baraiya KP and Parakhiya AM
10000
 
Jamin Ane Panini Chakachanini Agtyata Ane Namuno Levani Padhdhti.
Lakhani SH, Baraiya KP and Parakhiya AM
10000
Success story    
Use of Pen Culture technique in Fish Farming-
Asharafmiya Habibmiya Saiyad
Dr. J.N. Thaker,  Dr. P. S. Gorfad , Dr. V. C. Gadhiya& Dr. K. P. Baraiya
 
 
Organic cultivation of Lemon- Nakum Mohanbhai Aanandbhai
Shri S. H. Lakhani, Dr. V. C. Gadhiya, Dr. K. P. Baraiya& Smt. A. K. Baraiya
 
 
Organic Pomegranate Production-
Altafbhai Bodubhai Sama
Dr. V. C. Gadhiya, S. H. Lakhani, Dr. J. N. Thakar and Dr. K. P. Baraiya
 
 
Honey bee farming-
Buddh Dhirajlal Jivandas
Dr. V. C. Gadhiya, S. H. Lakhani and Dr. K. P. Baraiya
 
 
The Fruits (Income) are Very Sweet of Bitter Gourd- Marvaniya Mukeshbhai Tapubhai
Dr. P. S. Gorfad Dr. J.N. Thaker, Dr. K. P. Baraiya
 
10.  Gallery : (Photo, Video regarding OFT,FLD, other Extension Activities etc)

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11. Recognition, Rewards
12. Visitors  :
 
Name
Designation
Date
Smt. Pratibhaben Kanakhara
Mayer, Jamnagar Municipal Corporation.
6th August, 2017
Shri R. J. Makadiya (IAS)
Collector,  Jamnagar
6th August, 2017
Shri M. A. Pandya
District Development Officer, Jamnagar
6th August, 2017
Su.Shri. Poonamben Maadam
Hon’ble Member of Parliament (Loksabha) (Jamnagar)
25th August, 2017
Shri Meghjibhai Chavada
Hon’ble MLAs of Gujarat
25th August, 2017
Dr. V. P. Chovatiya,
 
Director of Research, JAU, Junagadh
25th August, 2017
Dr. A. M. Parakhia
Director of Extension Education, JAU, Junagadh
3rd October, 2017
Dr. A. R. Pathak
Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, JAU, Junagadh
17th December, 2017
Dr. V. P. Chovatiya,
 
Director of Research, JAU, Junagadh
17th December, 2017
Dr. A. R. Pathak
Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, JAU, Junagadh
20th February, 2018
13. KVK in Media : (scanned copy of matter published in Newspaper/ journals)
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14. 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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