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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
JUNAGADH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, MORBI  (GUJARAT)

Year of Establishment :  

ICAR KVK 2016, Letter no. F.No. A.Extn.13-1/2016-AE-l, Dated Octomber,2016.

1. Photos of current main buildings :

2. Location : Google map image, Area (ha)

Total land with KVK (in ha) :26.00 ha

3. 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
4. District Profile:
4.1 Basic information Of Morbi District:
Sr. No.
Details
Morbi
 
Nickname(s):
Paris of Saurashtra
1
Total geographical area 
481958 ha.
2
Forest land
26058 ha.
3
Net Sown Area
309369 ha
4
Gross Cropped Area
329654 ha
5
Net Irrigated Area
111661 ha
6
Average annual rainfall
673 mm.
7
Soil type
 Black & Loamy, Salty, Rocky, Shallow Sandy loam
8
Major Crop
Groundnut
Cotton
Wheat
Cumin
Sesame
Vegetables
9
Other Crop
Chick pea
Garlic
Onion
Chilly
10
Numberof Talukas
5 (Five),
Morbi
Maliya
Tankara
Halvad
Wankaner
 
Total number of villages Villeges
407
 
Total population
10.08      lakh  (2016-17)
5. Faculty Information : (Name, Designation, Specialization/Discipline, Contact & E-mail ID passport size photograph)
Sl.
No.
Sanctioned post
Name of the
incumbent
Designation
Specialization
/Discipline
Contact No.
Email ID
Passport Size Photograph
1
In Charge
Senior Scientist
& Head and
Subject Matter Specialist
D.A.Saradava
Scientist
(Plant Pro.)
M.Sc.
(Agricultural
Entomology)
9426784628
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2
Subject Matter Specialist
Dr.Hemangi D.Mehta
Scientist
(Home Science)
M.Sc.
(Home Science),
Ph.D.
(Women
Empowerment)
9712533511
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Website Address :
3
Subject Matter Specialist
Dr. Ami Haji Sipai
Scientist
(Soil Science)
M.Sc.
(Agriculture &
Soil Science),
Ph.D.
(Soil Science)
9925337989
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4
Subject Matter Specialist
3 Post Vacant
 
 
 
 
5
Farm Manager/T-4
Vinuji Thakor
Agriculture
Officer
B.Sc.
(Agriculture)
8155049089
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6
Program Assistant 
(computer)
/T-4
1 Post Vacant
7
Program Assistant
(lab technican)
/T-4
Gamansinh Zala
Agriculture
Officer
B.Sc.
(Agriculture)
8780953478
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8
Assistant
Niraj Vaidya
Head Clark
B.Sc.
9377748176
-
 
9
Stenographer grade III
1 Post Vacant
10
Driver/T-1
2 Post Vacant
11
Skilled Support Staff
2 Post Vacant
6.Programmes :-  (OFT, FLD, Training, Ext. activities, Others) (April to March) Year : 2020
6.1 Front Line Demonstration:
FLD on oilseed crops
Crop
Thematic
Area
Technology
Demonstrated
Variety
No. of Farmer
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)
H
L
A
Groundnut
New
Variety
Popularized New
Variety GJG-22
GJG-22
10
4.0
15.3
13.6
14.7
13.2
11.7%
61900
85700
23800
1.38
60900
77100
16200
1.26
FLD on Other crops
Crop
Thematic Area
Name of the techno
-logy
No. of
Farmer
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
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
H
L
A
Cotton
IPM
Management of Pink
Ball Warm through MDP
10
4.0
17.80
13.70
15.60
13.2
15.2
46200
77520
31320
1.68
42500
67320
24820
1.59
Cumin
IDM
Management of Wilt
through Trichoderma
10
4.0
14.20
11.30
12.30
10.81
11.4
43950
162473
118523
3.69
42600
145935
103335
3.40
Chick-pea
New Variety
Popularized New
Variety GJG-5
10
4.0
14.50
10.60
11.18
9.57
16.8
37300
55900
18000
1.5
36300
47850
11550
1.3
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularized New
Variety GHB-538
10
4.0
36.00
33.50
34.75
35.7
-2.6
44700
90325
45625
2.02
42850
96875
54025
2.26
* Economics to be worked out based total cost of production per unit area and not on critical inputs alone.
** BCR= GROSS RETURN/GROSS COST
6.2 Information about OFT to be conducted
Results of On Farm Trial
Crop/ enterprise
Farming situation
Problem definition
Title
of OFT
No. of
trials
Technology  Assessed
Parameters
of
assessment
Data on the parameter
Results of assessment
Feedback
from the farmer
Any refinement needed
Justification for refinement
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Ground
nut
Nourth Saurashtra
Agro-climatic
Zone
Heavy infestation
of white
grub in ground nut
Management of White
Grub in
Groundnut crop
10
management
of white grub in
Groundnut
(1) yield
(2) percentage
of infected
plant
T1  ,  T2  ,  T3
percentage of  infected plant
6.0%  , 2.0%   , 3.8%
 
yield
1562 kg/ ha      1739 kg/ ha
1674 kg/ ha
10.2 percentage higher yield  received over farmer practice in T2 where as 7.1 percentage
Higher in T3 over farmer practice.
 
seed treatment with chlorpyriphos
is very
effective to reduce the damage of white grub
infestation
Nil
Nil
Contd..
Technology Assessed
Source of Technology
Production
Please give the unit (kg/ha, t/ha, lit/animal, nuts/palm,nuts/palm/year)
Net Return
(Profit) in Rs. / unit
BC Ratio
13
14
15
16
17
18
Sowing of groundnut without Seed treatment. Farmers adopt drenching of Chlorpyriphos or Quinalphos @ 6 lit/ha with irrigation at initiation of pest incidence. (Farmers practice)
-
1562
kg/ ha
17200/-
1.28
Seed treatment with Chlorpyriphos  or Quinalphos @ 25 ml/kg seed.(GAU Reco.)
Gujarat Agriculture University
1739
kg/ ha
24300/-
1.38
Application of Metarhizium anisoplii @ 5 kg/ha with 300 kg/ha castor cake at time of sowing.
Junagadh Agricultural University
1674
kg/ ha
21050/-
1.33
C2. Details of each On Farm Trial for assessment to be furnished in the following format separately as per the following details
1
Title of Technology Assessed:
Management of white grub in ground nut crop
2
Problem Definition:
Heavy infestation of white grub in ground nut
3
Details of technologies selected for assessment:
Seed treatment with chlorpyriphos 20 EC
4
Source of technology:
Gujarat Agriculture University
5
Production system and thematic area:
Intigrated pest management
6
Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
-
7
Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring Techniques:
Matrix scoring is 8 out of 10 done by farmer
8
Final recommendation for micro level situation:
  Sowing of groundnut with the seed treatment of chlorpyriphos 20 E.C. 25 ml/ kg seed to minimise the damage of  white  Grub
9
Constraints identified and feedback for research:
-
10
Process of farmer’s participation and their reaction:
Seed treatment is the best and cheapest method for management of white grub
Results of Technologies Assessed
Results of On Farm Trial
Crop/ enterprise
 
Farming situation
Problem definition
Title of OFT
No. of
trials
Technology  Assessed
Parameters of assessment
Data on the parameter
Results of assessment
Feedback from the farmer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Cumin
Cotton-cumin
Ground nut- cumin
Heavy incidence of wilt disease in cumin
Use of trichodarma for wilt disease management in cumin
10
wilt management through Trichodarma treatment
(1) yield
(2)Percentage of  wilted plant
percentage of  wilted/ plant
T1 – 14.3 %
T2 – 5.6 %
T3 – 3.7 %
yield
T1 – 1113 kg/ ha
T2 – 1247 kg/ ha
T3 – 1300 kg/ha
 
12.0 percent higher yield obtain in T2 and 16.8 percent higher in T3 than farmer practice.
Trichodarma with compost two application 1st  at time of sowing and 2nd  25 DAS sowing is very effective to control the wilt disease
Contd..
Any refinement needed
Justification for refinement
Technology Assessed
Source of Technology
Production
Please give the unit (kg/ha, t/ha, lit/animal, nuts/palm, nuts/palm/year)
Net Return (Profit)
in Rs. / unit
BC Ratio
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Nil
Nil
 
Sowing without use of Trichodarma. But they use fungicides viz., Carbendazim, Hexaconazole, Difenconazole,  Tebuconazole, Propiiconazole, , etc after initiation of diseases. (Farmers practices.)
-
1113
kg/ ha
62800/-
3.50
 
 
Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha with organic manure @1000 kg / ha at the time of sowing.. (Recommended practices.) 
Gujarat Agriculture University
1247
kg/ ha
78005/-
3.80
 
 
Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure @1000 kg / ha at the time of sowing and second application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure by broadcasting method at 15 days after germination. (Intervention).
Gujarat Agriculture University
1300
kg/ ha
79925/-
3.87
C2. Details of each On Farm Trial for assessment to be furnished in the following format separately as per the following details
1
Title of Technology Assessed:
Use of trichoderma for wilt disease management.
2
Problem Definition:
Heavy incidence of wilt disease in cumin effecting yield loss up to 9 to 20 percent.
3
Details of technologies selected for assessment:
Application of trichoderma with compost
4
Source of technology:
Junagadh Agriculture University, Junagadh
5
Production system and thematic area:
Intigrated disease management
6
Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
-
7
Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring Techniques:
7 out of 10 scoring
8
Final recommendation for micro level situation:
Application of trichoderma 5 kg/ ha with compost @ 1000 kg/ ha at time of sowing and second application  is DAS
9
Constraints identified and feedback for research:
Nil
10
Process of farmer’s participation and their reaction:
Trichoderma application gave good result in supressing the wilt disease and increase yield.

RESULT OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT

A reduce the malnutrition problem in preschool children (1 to 5 yr)

Definition of Malnutrition : The world Health Organized (WHO) Defines malnutrition as the cellular imbalance between the  supply of nutrients

and energy and the body’s demand . To ensure growth , maintenance and specific functions.

Title of Technology
Treatment
No. of  Trial
Result
Percentage
 of weight up
Remarks
MALNUTRITION
IN CHILDREN
1)To Study the effect  high calorie and protein diet on the growth of preschool children
2)To reduce the malnutrition in children
3)To reduce the high malnutrition in children
1. Use of mixture of Dalia Dal+ Jiggery +
Groundnut seed , Amla juice , Banana ,
Soybean chips (per child 100 gram & juice 50 ml)
- 8 children
(1.5-5 years)
 
- 6 months
Duration
 
- Every Month                Body Weight (WHO- New Body mass index   chart,  male & female)
17 % up
Only Special Disease
Affected
2.      Use of  Rise , Pigeon Pea, Green grams, Chickpea, Pomegranate, Banana, Potato, Tomato (per child 100 gram & fruit 50 gram)
55% up
Malnutrition affected
3.      Use of wheat flour + Ghee + Jaggery or  Til, Milk, Carrots, Rise, Pigeon Pea, Green grams, Potato, Tomato and Green Vegetables or Pomegranate. (per child 100 gram & fruit 50 gram)
69% up
High
Malnutrition affected

RESULT

1) Technology Option1 is not effective of malnutrition child Measurements of   Weight  so they only disease affected food.

2) Technology Option2 is effective malnutrition child but not very effective of High Malnutrition Child Measurements of 

    Weight.

3) Technology Option is 3 is very effective of malnutrition & high malnutrition child growth rate.

6.3. FRONTLINE DEMONSTRATION
Follow-up for results of FLDs implemented during previous years
List of technologies demonstrated during previous year and popularized during 2018-19 and recommended for large scale adoption in the district 
Sr.
No
Crop/
Enterprise
Variety
Thematic
Area*
Technology Demonstration
Horizontal spread of technology
No. of villa.
No. of farmer
Area
in ha
1
Groundnut
GJG – 22
New Variety
Popularized New Variety GJG-22
6
10
4.0
2
Cotton
Bt. Cotton
IPM
Management of Pink Ball Warm through MDP
4
10
4.0
3
Cumin
GC - 4
IDM
Management of Wilt through Trichoderma
4
10
4.0
4
Chickpea
GG - 5
New Variety
Popularized New Variety GG-5
4
10
4.0
5
Pearl millet
GHB - 538
New Variety
Popularized New Variety GHB-538
4
10
4.0
Details of FLDs implemented during 2018-19 (Information is to be furnished in the following three tables for each category i.e. cereals, horticultural crops, oilseeds, pulses, cotton and commercial crops.)
No.
Crop
Thematic area
Technology Demonstrated
Season
and
year
Area (ha)
No. of farmers/
demonstrations
Reasons for shortfall in achievement
Proposed
Actual
SC/ST
Others
Total
1
Groundnut
New Variety
Popularized New Variety GJG-22
Kharif -
2019
4.0
4.0
-
10
10
-
2
Cotton
IPM
Management of Pink Ball Warm through MDP
Kharif -
2019
4.0
4.0
1
9
10
-
3
Cumin
IDM
Management of Wilt through Trichoderma
Rabi -
2019
4.0
4.0
2
8
10
-
4
Chickpea
New Variety
Popularized New Variety GG-5
Rabi -
2019
4.0
4.0
1
9
10
-
5
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularized New Variety GHB-538
Kharif -
2019
4.0
4.0
-
10
10
-
Details of farming situation
Crop
Season
Farming
Situation
(RF/Irrigated)
Soil
Type
Status of soil
Previous
crop
Sowing
date
Harvest
date
Seasonal
rainfall
(mm)
No. of
rainy
days
N
P
K
Groundnut
Kharif
RF
Medium Black
Low
Low
High
Cotton
20th to 25th June
12th Oct.
222 mm
6
Cotton
Kharif
RF
Medium Black
Low
Low
High
Cotton
25th to 27th June
15th Dec.
222 mm
6
Cumin
Rabi
Irrigated
Medium Black
Low
Low
High
Groundnut
5th Nov.
5th March
-
-
Chickpea
Rabi
Irrigated
Medium Black
Low
Low
High
Groundnut / Sesame early cotton
20th Nov.
10th March
-
-
Pearl millet
Summer
Irrigated
Medium Black
Low
Low
High
Cotton
20th Feb.
19th May
-
-
*L – low   M – Medium   H – High
Technical Feedback on the demonstrated technologies
No.
Feed Back
1.
GJG-22 Groundnut variety is high yielding.
2.
Trichoderma harzianium is very useful to suppress the wilt disease in cumin.
3.
Pheromone trap is very useful for mass trapping of pink ball warm moth in cotton crop.
4.
GG-5 chickpea variety is high yielding as well as disease resistant compare to GG-2, GJG-3.
Farmers’ reactions on specific technologies
No.
Feed Back
1.
Farmers and Farm Women is very happy with establishment of to the KVK at Morbi.
2.
Pink ball warm problem in cotton.
3.
Para wilting in cotton crop.
4.
White grub problem in ground nut crop.
5.
Sucking pest particularly thrips problem in cotton, onion chilly and garlic crop.
6.
Falls army worm in Maize.
6.4. Training Programmes
Farmers’ Training including sponsored training programmes (on campus)
Thematic Area
No. of
Courses
No. of Participants
Others
SC/ST
Grand
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
I Crop Production
Integrated Farming
1
27
00
27
02
00
02
29
II Horticulture
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
IV Livestock Production & Management
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
V Home Science/Women empowerment
Value addition
2
00
97
97
00
23
23
120
Income generation activities for
empowerment of rural Women 
1
00
24
24
00
01
01
25
Rural Crafts
1
00
13
13
00
17
17
30
Women and child care
1
00
23
23
00
04
04
27
VI Agril. Engineering
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
VII Plant Protection
Integrated Pest Management
3
86
00
86
18
00
18
114
VIII Fisheries
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
IX Production of Inputs at site
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
X Capacity Building & Group Dynamics
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
XI Agro-forestry
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
TOTAL
9
113
157
270
20
45
65
335

Farmers’ Training including sponsored training programmes (off campus)

Thematic Area
No. of
Courses
No. of Participants
Others
SC/ST
Grand
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
I Crop Production
Integrated Farming
1
16
20
36
00
00
00
36
Integrated Crop Management
1
30
00
30
05
00
05
35
II Horticulture
a) Vegetable Crops
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
b) Fruits
Cultivation of Fruit
1
20
00
20
02
00
02
22
c) Ornamental Plants
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
d) Plantation crops
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
e) Tuber crops
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
f) Spices
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
g) Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
Soil fertility management
1
31
00
31
04
00
04
35
IV Livestock Production & Management
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
V Home Science/Women empowerment
Income generation activities for
empowerment of rural Women 
2
10
29
39
07
30
37
76
Rural Crafts
1
00
25
25
00
02
02
27
Women and child care
3
13
63
76
00
26
26
102
VI Agril. Engineering
Installation and maintenance of micro
irrigation systems
1
33
00
33
03
00
03
36
VII Plant Protection
Integrated Pest Management
4
124
00
124
06
00
06
130
Integrated Disease Management
3
98
00
98
08
00
08
106
Bio-control of pests and diseases
3
102
00
102
02
00
02
104
VIII Fisheries
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
IX Production of Inputs at site
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
X Capacity Building & Group Dynamics
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
XI Agro-forestry
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
TOTAL
21
477
137
614
37
58
95
709
Farmers’ Training including sponsored training programmes (On + Off campus)
Thematic Area
No. of
Courses
No. of Participants
Others
SC/ST
Grand
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
I Crop Production
Integrated Farming
2
57
00
57
07
00
07
64
Integrated Crop Management
1
16
20
36
00
00
00
36
II Horticulture
a) Vegetable Crops
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
b) Fruits
Cultivation of Fruit
1
20
00
20
02
00
02
22
c) Ornamental Plants
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
d) Plantation crops
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
e) Tuber crops
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
f) Spices
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
g) Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
Soil fertility management
1
31
00
31
04
00
04
35
IV Livestock Production & Management
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
V Home Science/Women empowerment
Value addition
2
00
97
97
00
23
23
120
Income generation activities for
empowerment of rural Women 
3
10
53
63
07
31
38
101
Rural Crafts
2
00
38
38
00
19
19
57
Women and child care
4
13
86
99
00
30
30
129
VI Agril. Engineering
Installation and maintenance of micro
irrigation systems
1
33
00
33
03
00
03
36
VII Plant Protection
Integrated Pest Management
7
210
00
210
24
00
24
234
Integrated Disease Management
3
98
00
98
08
00
08
106
Bio-control of pests and diseases
3
102
00
102
02
00
02
104
VIII Fisheries
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
IX Production of Inputs at site
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
X Capacity Building & Group Dynamics
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
XI Agro-forestry
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
TOTAL
30
590
294
884
57
103
160
1044
Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training (on campus)
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand
Total
M
F
T
M
F
T
Any other (pl. specify)
Integrated Pest Management
1
25
00
25
00
00
00
25
TOTAL
1
25
00
25
00
00
00
25
Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training (off campus)
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand
Total
M
F
T
M
F
T
Any other (pl. specify)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training (On + Off campus)
 
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand
Total
M
F
T
M
F
T
Integrated Pest Management
1
25
00
25
00
00
00
25
TOTAL
1
25
00
25
00
00
00
25
6.5. Extension Programmes
Activities
No. of
programmes
No. of farmers
No. of Extension Personnel
TOTAL
Advisory Services
02
31
03
34
Diagnostic visits
01
06
01
07
Field Day
03
75
02
77
Group discussions
20
305
25
330
Kisan Ghosthi
16
205
13
218
Film Show
09
472
17
489
Kisan Mela
06
5586
50
5636
Exhibition
06
5586
52
5638
Scientists' visit to farmers field
03
25
04
29
Celebration of important days
08
858
19
877
Special day celebration
03
172
16
188
Others (pl. specify)
98
12019
318
12337
Total
175
25340
520
25860
Details of other extension programmes
Particulars
Number
Beneficiary
Electronic Media (CD./DVD)
0
0
Extension Literature Publish
0
0
News paper coverage
16
653000
Popular articles
36
1368000
Radio Talks
3
-
TV Talks
1
-
Animal health camps (Number of animals treated)
0
0
Others (pl. specify)
0
0
Total
56
2021000
 7.Literature developed/published        
Item
Title
Authors name
Number
Research papers
-
-
-
Technical reports
-
-
-
News letters
Kishan Samman Nidhi Yojna
Divya Bhaskar
Dt.25/02/2019
D. A. Saradava
&
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
60000 + Online
International Women Empowerment Day
Sanj Samachar ,
Sandesh &
Morbi Updates
Dt.10/03/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
50000 + Online
10000 + Online
Online
Seminar - Morbi ma Daudi Vhora Mahilao mate Rojgarlaxi Margdarshak
Sanj Samachar ,
Dt.09/07/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
50000 + Online
Kheti ni Jamin Ghatvi Chintajanak Chhe
Sanj Samachar
Dt.07/08/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
50000 + Online
KVK , Morbi ma Pashu rog ange na Programme nu Sidhu Prasaran
Divya Bhashkar
Dt.12/09/2019
D. A. Saradava
60000 + Online
Inauguration  of Farmer Hostel by KVK , JAU , Morbi
 Divya Bhashkar
Sanj Samachar
Morbi Updates
Morbi Today
Dt.01/10/2019
D. A. Saradava
&
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
60000 + Online
50000 + Online
Online
Online
Khedut Shibir
Wankaner Updates
Dt.10/11/2019
D. A. Saradava
Online
Technical bulletins
-
-
-
Popular articles
Adarsh Sendriy Khatar ane Svachchha Bharat
Sanjog News
Dt.06/05/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000+ Online
Aaj na Samaya ma Hathlathor ni Upayogita
Sanjog News
Dt.20/05/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000+ Online
Khedut na Dikra Dikri Agriculture Subject ma Career banave
Sanjog News
Dt.03/06/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Bharat Desh na PM Modi Sir a Bhim App 30/12/2016 na Roj Lonch
Sanjog News
Dt.10/06/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Pashupalan ma Mahilao nu shreshth Yogdan
Sanjog News
Dt.17/06/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Anaj no Sangrah ane Jalavani karva mate Bahenoye dhyan ma rakhvani babto
Sanjog News
Dt.24/06/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
“Sakar vina Molo Kansar
Nari vina Suno Sansar
Sanjog News
Dt.01/07/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Gir gay no Gujarat rajya ma Dudh harifai ma Pratham No.
Sanjog News
Dt.08/07/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Ful no Aushdhiy Upayog
Sanjog News
Dt.15/07/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Binfaldrup kharaba vistaro nu sachu Sonu RATANJYOT
Sanjog News
Dt.22/07/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Svachchha ane Gunavttavala Dudh vishe jano
Sanjog News
Dt.29/07/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Saune Priy Ambo
Sanjog News
Dt.05/08/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Shakbhaji Pakomanthi rojinda aavak melvo
Sanjog News
Dt.12/08/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Sargava ma Multivitamin na Guno
Sanjog News
Dt.19/08/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Khedut ne Pak Mulyavruddhi karva mate Processing Unit banavva mate 10 Lac sudhini sahay
Sanjog News
Dt.02/09/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Sasu-Vahu na Sankalp thi Pashupalan ma Siddhi melvi
Sanjog News
Dt.09/09/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Pension Yojna for Indian Farmer
Sanjog News
Dt.16/09/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Gun nidhi Shreefal
Sanjog News
Dt.23/09/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Svachchha Bharat Abhiyan dvara Aadarsh Sendriy Khatar(Part – 1)
Sanjog News
Dt.30/09/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Svachchha Bharat Abhiyan dvara Aadarsh Sendriy Khatar(Part – 2)
Sanjog News
Dt.07/10/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Dadam ek Uttam Fal
Sanjog News
Dt.14/10/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Nabli Jamin mate Aelovera
Sanjog News
Dt.21/10/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Cumin (Part – 1)
Sanjog News
Dt.04/11/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Cumin (Part – 1)
Sanjog News
Dt.11/11/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Scientific Farming of Chickpea
Sanjog News
Dt.18/11/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Alasi na Sevan thi Cancer jevi Bimar thi Bachi Shakay(Part – 1)
Sanjog News
Dt.25/11/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Alasi na Sevan thi Cancer jevi Bimar thi Bachi Shakay(Part – 2)
Sanjog News
Dt.02/12/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Pink Ball Warm Management in Cotton(Part – 1)
Sanjog News
Dt.09/12/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Pink Ball Warm Management in Cotton(Part – 2)
Sanjog News
Dt.16/12/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Seeds and their Efficient Use
Sanjog News
Dt.23/12/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Kheti no Juna ma Juno Dushman RANTID
Sanjog News
Dt.30/12/2019
Dr. Hemangi D. Mehta
38000 + Online
Extension literature
-
-
-
Others (Pl. specify)
-
-
-
TOTAL
52
-
2021000+ Online
7.1. Success Stories
7.2.Details of HRD activities attended by KVK staff during year
Name of the  staff
Designation
National Webinar/International Webinar/Training/Work shop
Institute where attended
Dates
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Recent Extension Approaches For Effective Transfer Of Technology
Govt. Of India
Extension Education Institute- Anand Agricultural University Anand
07/01/2020 to 09/01/2020
Dr.A.H.Sipai
SMS
Recent Extension Approaches For Effective Transfer Of Technology
Govt. Of India
Extension Education Institute- Anand Agricultural University Anand
07/01/2020 to 09/01/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Role Of Higher Education Institutions in post COVID - 19
ONLINE WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC- Surat, Gujarat - India
29/04/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Research Ethics and E content of Academic
ONLINE WEBINAR Shree S.P.Patel College Affiliated to
Shri Govind Guru University - Godhra
01/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Make in India
ONLINE WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC- Surat, Gujarat - India
14/05/2020
D.A.Saradava
SMS
Art of Parenting and Child Care
NATIONAL WEBINAR
Children’s University , Gandhinagar
19/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Art of Parenting and Child Care
NATIONAL WEBINAR
Children’s University , Gandhinagar
 
19/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Make in India
ONLINE WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC- Surat, Gujarat – India
21/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
વર્તમાન મહામારીના સમયમાં મહિલાઓની સામાજિક જવાબદારી અને પ્રતિનિધિત્વ
ONLINE WEBINAR
Shree Govind Guru University , Godhra
22/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Role of Banking during COVID – 19
ONLINE WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC- Surat, Gujarat – India
24/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
તેજસ્વી બાળક : તેજસ્વી ભારત (ગર્ભસંસ્કાર)
NATIONAL WEBINAR
Children’s University , Gandhinagar
26/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Bringing Happiness to Life
ONLINE WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC- Surat, Gujarat – India
28/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
This is My Aim
 
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
30/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
વાંચનયજ્ઞ
NATIONAL WEBINAR
Children’s University , Gandhinagar
31/05/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Online  E- Learning Platform
NATIONAL WEBINAR
M.M. Ghodasara Mahila Arts & Commerce College
02/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Post Covid Scenario and Atmanirbhar Bharat
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
03/06/2020
D.A.Saradava
SMS
Post Covid Scenario and Atmanirbhar Bharat
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
03/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
CoViD 19 – Science from Nature
International Webinar
Bhakta Kavi Narsinh Mehta University, Junagadh
05/06/2020
D.A.Saradava
SMS
Every Child : A Probability , Every Parent : A Teacher
NATIONAL WEBINAR
Children’s University , Gandhinagar
05/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Selection of Scholarly Journals, Web Visibility and Academic identity
NATIONAL WEBINAR
Seshadripuram First Grade College- PG Department Of Commerce & Management - Bengalure
06/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
How to Get Fastest Promotion Highest Increment
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
07/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
Youth and Nation
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
09/06/2020
D.A.Saradava
SMS
Youth and Nation
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
09/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
“Post COVID – 19 Agribusiness Challenges and Opportunities”
National Webinar
Junagadh Agricultural University
Junagadh
13- 14/06/2020
D.A.Saradava
SMS
“Post COVID – 19 Agribusiness Challenges and Opportunities”
National Webinar
Junagadh Agricultural University
Junagadh
13- 14/06/2020
Dr.A.H.Sipai
SMS
“Post COVID – 19 Agribusiness Challenges and Opportunities”
National Webinar
Junagadh Agricultural University
Junagadh
13- 14/06/2020
Dr.H.D.Mehta
SMS
“Youth Empowerment and Nation Building”
NATIONAL WEBINAR
J.Z.Shah Arts & H.P.Desai Commers , Amroli – Surat in collaboration with IQAC
16/06/2020
8.Action plan
Click here to see the Action Plan (January – 2020 to February – 2020)
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