Name
:
Dr SURESH BABU PAL
Date of Birth
:
JAN 01, 1962
Designation
:
Asstt. Professor(Agricultural Ext.)
CollegeDepartment
:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Name
:
Dr ANIL KUMAR SINGH
Date of Birth
:
JULY 23, 1969
Designation
:
SCIENTIST
CollegeDepartment
:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Name
:
Dr PRIYA VASHISHTHA
Date of Birth
:
JUN 01, 1976
Designation
:
SCIENTIST(H.Sc. Extension)
CollegeDepartment
:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Name
:
DR. MAHENDRA NATH TRIPATHI
Date of Birth
:
November 20, 1963
Designation
:
Scientist (Plant Protection)
CollegeDepartment
:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Name
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Dr DHOOM SINGH
Date of Birth
:
JAN 30, 1959
Designation
:
DIRECTOR EXTENSION
CollegeDepartment
:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Name
:
Dr PERMOD KUMAR RATHI
Date of Birth
:
JAN 10, 1967
Designation
:
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR EXTENSION
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:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Name
:
Dr JITENDRA SINGH
Date of Birth
:
JAN 10, 1963
Designation
:
Associate Professor
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:
DIRECTORATE OF EXTENSION
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Directorate of Extension

S. No. Name Designation
 1.
Dr. Dhoom Singh Directorate of Extention
2.
Dr. R.B.Singh Assistant Professor
 3.
Dr. P.K. Rathi Associate Director Extension
4.
Dr. Subash Chandra Associate Director Extension
5.
Sri A.S. Dwivedi Assistant Professor
6.
Dr. Anil Kumar Singh SMS
7.
Dr. S.B. Pal Assistant Professor
1.
Training & visit Scheme

This Project is financed by the State Government with the objectives of providing  regular technical support to field staff. The main activities carried out in this project are organization of monthly work shops pre-seasonal workshop diagnostic  visits and development of suitable literature. The Directorate of Extension organized nine monthly workshops with the participation JDAs, DDAs, SOAEOs,  DAO, etc. A total of 303 officers representing six administrative division viz. Lucknow, Kanpur, Agra, Jhansi, Chitrakoot Dham, Allahabad and Scientist  participated in monthly workshops during 2002-03. Monthly workshops are strong mechanism of reviewing the progress of last month and developing strategy for  ensuing month.
Under this project three pre-seasonal workshops were also organised (Kharif,  Rabi and Zaid) during 2002-03 in order to finalize production strategy for entire crop season. A total of 544 agricultural officers attended pre seasonal workshops.
2.
Research Extension Linkage Project:
Diversified Agriculture Support Project, Uttar Pradesh (A world bank funded project) has sanctioned this project to the university in order to strengthen extension units of the university in project districts and for closer linkage of research and extension system. Following programmes are regularly organized under this project.
i. Facilitating the preparation of Strategic Research Extension Plan of various districts.
ii. Strengthening of research extension linkage by.
Organizing technological training for line department officers.
Organizing workshops on important issues.
3.
Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs)
Seventeen KVKs sponsored by Indian council of Agril Research are established in district Fatehpur, Aligarh, Raibareli, Jhansi, Mathura, Mainpuri, Daleepnagar (Kanpur Dehat), Belatal (Mahoba), Jalaun, Hamirpur, Lalitpur, Firozabad, Farrukhabad, Hardoi, Lakhimpur-kheri, Kannauj, Etawah and Banda. The KVKs have been working for imparting vocational and in service training, on farm testing of technologies & carrying out field extension programmes. The KVKs also collaborate with district level line departments and other projects like DASP, DRDA, U.P. Land Development Corporation, NGOs etc for transfer of related technologies.
During the year 2005-06, 24271 farmers and farmwomen were trained by organizing 834 on campus and off campus training programmes. 3046 extension workers of different depts. were also trained by organizing 135 programmes.
a.
KVK centres also conducted and organized 58 field days, 203 Krishak Gosthies and 11 Kisan Mela at different places. 23147 farmers, farm women and extension workers attended such programmes organized by KVKs.
b.
888 Front Line Demonstrations were laid out on different oilseeds and pulses in Kharif and Rabi.
c.
709.96 qt. of certified and foundation seeds of different crops were produced by KVKs at their own farms in Kharif-2005 and 1531.85 qt. in Rabi 2005-06 keeping in view the location specific demands of seeds in different districts.
d.
The concept of crop cafeteria has been truly adopted by each KVK. Each KVK exhibited new crop varieties and technologies facilitating the farmers to see the exhibits and select the best options on the basis of performance and suitability to their socio-economic conditions.
e.
Each KVK adopted one village of seed village and other as Bio-village for promoting the concept of seed production and organic farming at farmers’ level.
4. Krishi Gyan Kendra (KGKs)
Krishi Gyan Kendra are established in 9 distts. viz. Farrukhabad, Jalaun, Hamirpur, Firozabad, Hardoi, Lakhimpur Khiri, Unnao, Sitapur and Etah to disseminate agricultural technologies KGKs are running with the financial assistance of Govt. of U.P. The salient achievements of KGKs for the year 2005-06 is given below :
a.
12428 farmers, farm women and rural youths were trained in different aspects of crop production & livestock management by organizing 147 training programmes.
b.
167 demonstrations were laid out on farmer’s fields on cereals, pulses, oilseeds and vegetable crops.
c. 7927 farmers, farm women and extension workers attended 16 field days.
d.
Each centre has adopted one village as Seed Village for creating awareness about quality seed production and the other village as Bio-Village for making farmers aware about organic farming.
5. Farmer’s Technical Training
Three days technical training programme are being organised in all the 28 districts of area jurisdiction of CSAU with the objectives of improving skills of at least one farmer from each village in the area of crop & livestock management. The trained farmers would work later on as contact farmers between the village & the university. 2850 farmers were trained by organizing 30 training programmes during 2005-2006.
6. District Level Subject Matter Specialists
One subject matter specialist for each district has been posted by the university in Agra, Sitapur, Lucknow and Aligarh. They are collaborating in different extension programmes being carried out by deptt. of Agril. & line deptts. along with carrying out different extension programmes at their own.
7. Kisan Mela / Exhibition:
i.
Two All India Kisan Mela and Agricultural Industrial Exhibitions were organized during 3-6 Oct., 2005 and 3-6 March, 2006 at the Kanpur campus of the university. More than 35000 farmers visited each Kisan Mela. The highlights of the fair were technological displays made by faculty of Agriculture, Home Science and Agricultural Engineering of the university. About 100-110 agencies and firms engaged in agril. input, implements machinery and feed management participated & put up stalls for exhibiting their products in both farmers’ fairs.
ii.
These two fairs were also visited by agricultural entrepreneur, Minister of Agriculture, U.P.; State Home Minister, Govt. of India; DG, UPCAR; Agriculture Production Commissioner; Commissioner, Kanpur divisions and District Magistrates of Kanpur division. The quality seed to the tune of Rs. 12.00 lakhs in October fair and Rs. 4.50 lakh in March fair was purchased by farmer.
iii.
Thus, Kisan mela and Agricultural industrial exhibition proved a major source of transmitting innovative technologies to the farmers. Visit of university farms arranged during farmer’s fair provided on opportunity to the farmers to practically see the technologies in field and have interaction with concerned scientists. Krishak Goshthies & Cultural Programmes organized on each day of the fair, were other highlights attracting large number of farmers.
8. Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC)
Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC) sponsored by Indian council of Agriculture Research, New Delhi, has been established at the main gate of the university to provide services through a single window concept to the farmer’s and other clientele by a team of multidisciplinary experts. The main objectives of all is to provide diagnostic advisory and input related services to the farmers. Information regarding weather and marketing and sale of seeds, seedlings, mushroom span, etc, are other major activities performed by ATIC. The progress of ATIC for the year 2005-06 are as follows.
i. This centre was visited by 4525 farmers for obtaining advice and inputs like seed, bio fertilizers, planting materials, milk products etc.
ii 97 soil samples and 105 seed samples were tested during 2005-06.
iii. Household products, dairy products and farm machinery were also sold from ATIC.
iv. Publications like Krishak Bharti, Periodical literature etc. were brought out in large quantity and distributed to farmers.
9. Krishak Help Line Service/Kisan Call center
The University has started “Krishak Help Line Service” for providing on line advice to the farming community with the financial support of Mandi Parishad. Its working hours are 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. daily on every working day of the university. This cell has been established in the ATIC building and it operates with the presence of a team of experts of various disciplines during working hours. Experts are available to answer the questions of farmers on toll free phone No. 18001805122. 1675 queries of farmers and other were solved during 2005-06.
Kisan Call center unit established with the financial support of GOI. The service is available toll free No. 1551 for the farmers for asking questions from university experts during working days between 10.00 AM to 17.00 PM. 1170 queries of farmers and other were solved during 2005-06.
10. Agriculture Information Bureau:
In order to provide information support to farmers and other entrepreneurs and also to make efficient and effective linkage with various institutions / organizations / agencies the university established an Agril Information Bureau. It brought out monthly magazine “Krishak Bharti” and quarterly University News Letter.
15,000 copies of monthly magazine ‘Krishak Bharti’ were printed and circulated by the bureau among farmers and other subscribers 1500 copies of the CSAU News (News letter) were also circulated to State Agricultural Universities, ICAR Institutions and organization in the country and abroad.