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About the Section:

Kanpur being the oldest centre is actively engaged in research activities in Wheat & Barley with establishment of Section of Economic Botanist (Rabi Cereals) as early as 1905. This activity got further momentum with sanction of breeding for rust resistance in wheat in 1956. Later on, to strengthen the ongoing programme an All India Coordinated Wheat and Barley Improvement Project (AICWBIP) was sanctioned by ICAR New Delhi in 1970. Since then this centre has developed 40 wheat & 31 barley varieties till date for general cultivation under different agro-climatic conditions. Presently following two schemes are running in the section:

  1. Wheat Rust Control Scheme
  2. All India Coordinated Wheat & Barley Research Improvement Project.

Incharge : Dr. H.G. Prakash

Staff Position of Wheat Rust Control Scheme :

Sr. No. Name Designation Work allotted Work place Telephone
1. Dr. R.A. Yadav Agronomist (Non-Plan) Agronomy Non Plan EBR 09450129685
2. Dr. P.N. Awasthi Wheat Breeder (Non-Plan) Wheat Breeding Non Plan EBR 09451522710
3. Dr. Jagbir Singh Wheat Breeder (Non-Plan) Wheat Breeding Non Plan EBR
4. Smt. Sunita Patel Head Clerk Audit & Budget work EBR
5. Sri Ashok Kumar Singh Sr. Clerk Attach in Engineering Office Engineering office 9451219739
6. Sri Shiv Prasad Mishra Sr. Clerk Attach in Human Hospital Human Hospital 9451143279
7. Sri Netra Pal Singh Jr. Clerk Store Keeper EBR 9457358466
8. Smt. Manju Shukla Jr. Clerk Pay Bill Non Plan and Contingency EBR
9. Sri Atul Kumar Nigam Jr. Clerk Cashier EBR 9044979192
10. Sri Sandeep Dixit Jr. Clerk Pay Bill Plan and dispatch EBR 9270681737
11. Smt. Suman Sharma Jr. Clerk Attach in Home Science Home Science 9005566853
12. Sri Sant Ram Dwivedi Jr. Clerk Establishment clerk Plan and Non Plan EBR 9005576244
13. Sri Mohan Lal Sweeper Attach in State State
14. Sri Sattar Khan Lab. Attendant Field work EBR
15. Sri Babu Lal Field attendant Field work EBR 9648493963
16. Smt. Malti Watchman Attach in Comptroller Office Comptroller Officer 8795577819
17. Sri R.C. Dixit Lab. Attendant Mail Messenger EBR
18. Sri Hari Lal Peon Office Peon EBR 9791387610
19. Sri Mukhtar Ahmad Lab. Attendant Field work EBR
20. Sri Kanhaiya lal Met Field work EBR 7309438387
21. Sri Heem Singh Peon Office Peon and field work EBR
22. Sri Santosh Kumar Watchman Office open and close work EBR 8601299011
23. Smt. Sharda Devi Lab. Attendant Field work EBR
24. Sri Amresh Singh Lab. Attendant Attach in security Security Officer 8127331708
25. Sri Radha Krishna Peon Field work EBR 9956086275
26. Sri Gauri Shankar Sweeper Attach in state State 9839678011
27. Sri Shiv Bahadur Yadav Lab. Attendant Field work EBR 9792854146
28. Sri Jaichand Lab. Attendant Attach in security Security 9379624130
29. Smt. Shyamkali Peon Attach in state State 9335276988
30. Sri Sone Lal Lab. Attendant Field work EBR 8795084837
31. Smt. Gyanmati E.W.E.P. Field work EBR
32. Km Nagneen E.W.E.P. Field work EBR
Sri Ram Dulare E.W.E.P. Field work EBR

Staff Position of AICRIP (Wheat & Barley) :

Sr. No. Name Designation Work allotted Work place Telephone
1. Dr. H.G. Prakash Director A.E.S. & Incharge Incharge EBR EBR 09412156124
2. Dr. P.K. Gupta Barley Breeder (Plan) Barley Breeding Plan EBR 09415079601
3. Dr. Jitendra Kumar Wheat Entomologist (Plan) Entomology Plan EBR 09621633301
4. Dr. J.B. Khan Wheat Pathologist (Plan) Pathology Plan EBR 09415078468
5. Sri Rajvir Singh Wheat Agronomist (Plan) Agronomy Plan EBR 09450132579
6. Dr. Som Veer Singh Wheat Breeder (Plan) Wheat Breeding Plan EBR 08765568776
7. Dr. Meera Srivastava Wheat Physiologist (Plan) Physiology Plan EBR 09415483989
8. Smt. Shashi Prabha Chauhan STA Attach in Economics Economics
9. Sri Shiv Ram RA Attach with P.N. Awasthi & Pl. Pathology EBR and Pl. Pathology 9956432425
10. Dr. Charul Kanchan Lab. Tech. Lab. Work EBR
11. Sri Janardan Singh Sr. Clerk Attach in Legume Section Legume Section 9628735414
12. Sri Safeer Mohd. Khan Jr. Clerk Dispatch EBR 8960833491
13. Sri Sant Kumar Driver Attach in Human Hospital Human Hospital 9005868895
14. Sri Krishna Kumar Driver Attach in Transport Transport Office 9450128315
15. Sri Shivaji Singh Field man Attach in Dairy Dairy Office 8924098030
16. Smt. Jyoti Yadav Field man Attach with Meera Srivast. EBR 9807770863
17. Km. Jyotashna Field man Attach with Somveer Singh EBR 7408572530
18. Sri Dinesh Kumar Field man Attach with Rajvir Singh EBR 9450250440
19. Sri Pankaj Kumar Field man Attach with Somveer EBR 8808849549
20. Sri Rajesh Kumar Field man Attach with PK Gupta EBR 9695487907
21. Sri Yatindra Kr. Srivastava Field man Attach in Pl. Pathology Pl. Pathology 9792799367
22. Sri Shree Bahgwan Pal Peon Field work EBR 9794145343
23. Sri Ram Kumar Watchman Field work EBR 8174938380

Rules/ Sub rules/work policy (if any) : Nil

Seniority list of Officer/Teachers/Technical Staff:

Professor
Dr. R.A. Yadav (Agronomy) Section of Rabi Cereals
Asstt. Professor
Dr. P.N. Awasthi Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. P.K. Gupta Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. J.B. Khan Section of Rabi Cereals
Sri Rajvir Singh Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. Jagbir Singh Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. Meera Srivastava Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. Som Veer Singh Section of Rabi Cereals
Technical Staff
Smt. Shashi Prabha Chauhan Extension Department
Sri Shiv Ram Section of Rabi Cereals
Dr. Charul Kanchan Section of Rabi Cereals
Km. Jyotashna Section of Rabi Cereals
Sri Dinesh Kumar Section of Rabi Cereals
Sri Shiva Ji Singh Dairy Department
Smt. Jyoti Yadav Section of Rabi Cereals
Sri Yatindra Kr. Srivastava Plant Pathology
Sri Pankaj Kumar Section of Rabi Cereals
Sri Rajesh Kumar Section of Rabi Cereals

Mission

Ensuring food security of Uttar Pradesh as well India by enhancing the productivity and profitability of wheat and barley on an ecologically and economically sustainable mode

Mandate

  • Evaluation of coordinated material by conducting trials under different conditions.
  • Collection, maintenance and evaluation of various germplasms for different traits.
  • Development of high yielding disease (rust) resistant wheat verities for different agro-climatic conditions.
  • Evaluation and screening of different nurseries for yield, biotic and a biotic stresses.
  • To develop physiologically efficient genotypes for timely, late, very late and rainfed conditions.
  • To develop barely verities for cultivation under restrictive environments, i.e. rainfed, saline/ alkaline soils, limited irrigation, late planting and dual purpose.
  • Development of high yielding barely varieties with superior malting and brewing qualities.
  • Develop appropriate crop production procedure and technology for optimal use of resources in a sustainable manner.
  • Increase the sustainability of wheat based cropping systems.
  • Establish national and international linkages for strengthening wheat and barley improvement programmes.
  • Coordinate and organize nucleus seed and breeder seed production
  • Enhancing seed production for increased seed replacement of older varieties.

 

Achievements 

      Wheat Variety

 

S.N0. Varieties Year Condition Productivity (q/ha)
1. C-13(Awnless) 1916 All condition
2. C-46 1920 All condition
3. C-13(Awned) 1929 All condition
4. Padova I 1930 All condition
5. Padova II 1930 All condition
6. K019-3 1935 Rainfed condition
7. K021 1935 Rainfed condition
8. K025 1935 Rainfed condition
9. K053 1956 All condition
10. K054 1956 All condition
11. K068 1963 Limited Irrigation (TS) 15-18
12. K065 1964 Limited Irrigation (TS) 15-18
13. Kundan (K0101) 1969 Timely and late sown, irrigated 18-20
14. K0816 1973 Late sown, irrigated 20-25
15. K0852 1973 Timely sown, irrigated 20-25
16. Bithoor (KML7406) 1978 Timely sown, irrigated 40-42
17. K Poorvi (K 7410) 1979 Timely sown, irrigated 35-45
18. K072(K7229) 1983 Rainfed, timely sown 20-25
19. K078(K7827) 1983 Rainfed, timely sown 20-25
20. Sangam(K7915) 1983 Timely sonw, irrigated 35-40
21. Triveni(K8020) 1987 Late sown, irrigated 30-35
22. Magahar (K8027) 1989 Rainfed, timely sown 25-35
23. K088(K8804) 1993 Timely sown irrigated 50-55
24. Indra (K8962) 1996 Rainfed, timely sown 30-35
25. Deva(K9107) 1996 Timely sown, irrigated 45-50
26. Ujiyaar(K9006) 1998 Timely sown, irrigated 45-50
27. Gomti(K9465) 1998 Rainfed, late sown 30-35
28. Atal (K9644) 2000 Raifed, timely sown 35-40
29. Halna (K7903) 2002 Late/very late sown, irrigated 35-40
30. Gangotri (K9162) 2002 Late sown, irrigated 40-45
31. Prasad (K8434) 2002 Saline/alkaline condition 40-45
32. Unnat Halna (K9423) 2005 Late/very late sown, irrigated 40-45
33. Naina (K9533) 2006 Late sown, irrigated 40-45
34. Mandakini (K9351) 2006 Rainfed, timely sown 30-35
35. Shatabdi (K0307) 2007 Timely sown, irrigated 60-65
36. Sona (KD9851) 2009 Timely sown (Bundelkhand) 30-35
37. Mahi ( K0402) 2009 Timely sown, irrigated 60-65
38. Golden Halna (K0424) 2010 Late/very late sown, irrigated  35-45
39. Mamta (K06067 2014 Timely sown, irrigated 55-60
40. K1006 2014 Timely sown, irrigated  55-60

 

      

 

 

 

 

    Landmark Achievements in Wheat

  • K9107 (Deva): Only wheat variety having 14.0% protein with average yield potential 45-50 q/ha and total crop duration range between 125-130 days.

 

  • K0307 (Shatabdi): Variety for high yield (55-60 q/ha), matured between 120-125 days and have good chapatti quality for timely sown irrigated condition (15-30 November).
  • K0607 (Mamta): A heat tolerant variety for timely sown irrigated condition, matured between 120-125 days and yielded 55-60q/ha.

 

  • K0402 (Mahi): Variety for high yielding (55-60 q/ha) for timely sown irrigated condition (15-30 November) and mature between 120-125 days.

 

  • K1006: Variety having Zn- 49.2 ppm and Fe – 45.4 ppm with yield potential 55-60q/ha which mature 125-130 days.

 

  • K9465 (Gomti): Varieties for late sown rainfed condition (15-25 December) with average yield potential 25-30 q/ha and crop duration is range between 110-115 days.

 

  • K8434 (Prasad): Variety possessing maximum salt tolerance, timely sown cultivation, matured between 120-125 days and yield potential about 40-45 q/ha.

 

  • K7903 (Halna): Only variety for late and very late sown irrigated condition (15 Dec. to 10 Jan.) having high terminal heat tolerance with yield potential 25-30 q/ha. It is matured between 90-100 days.

 

  • Unnat Halna (K9423): Only variety for late and very late sown irrigated condition (15 Dec. to 10 Jan.) with shattering resistance having potential 25-30 q/ha and mature between 90-100 days.
  • Ujiyar (K9006): Wheat variety for timely sown irrigated condition (15-25 November) with yield potential 55-60 q/ha and crop duration range between 125-130 days.

 

  • Naina (K9533): Only variety for late sown irrigated condition (15 dec.to 25 dec.) having yield potential 30-35 q/ha and crop duration range between 100-110 days.

 

  • K 1317: developed for rainfed unirrigated timely sown condition of Eastern & Central Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Assam, crop matures in 120-128 days, average yield 27.13 Q/ha and yield potential 54.2 Q/ha, grain contain 43.05 PPM Iron and 38.3 PPM Zinc and resistant to all diseases The variety released by Central Sub-Committee on Crop Standards, Notification and Release of Varieties for Agricultural Crops held on 09-10 .07.2017

      Barley Varieties

  • K1149 (Geetanjali): A huskless barley variety good for human consumption. The variety is recommended for rainfed condition and gives about 25-27 q/ha grain yield.

 

  • K551(Ritambhara): A high yielding barley variety good for malt quality, resistant to rust and blight diseases. This variety gives 40-45 q/ha grain yield under timely sown irrigated condition.

 

  • K125 (Azad): A high yielding barley variety for dual purpose (feed and fodder), tolerance to alkaline/ saline stress with average grain yield of 22-25 q/ha.

 

  • K560 (Haritma): A barley variety for rainfed condition, resistant to rust and blight diseases, matures in 115-120 days with an average 30-32 q/ha .

 

  • Jagrati (K287): A barley variety for timely sown Irrigated condition matures in 134-137 days. This variety gives 35-42 q/ha average grain .

 

  • Lakhan (K226): A barley variety for rainfed condition, matures in 130-135 days possessed 28-30 q/ha average grain yield.

 

  • Manjula (K329): A barley variety for irrigated late condition matures in 110-115 days. This variety gives 30-35 q/ha average grain yield.

 

  • Narmada (K603): A barley variety for rain fed condition, resistant to rust and blight diseases and matures in 115-120 days with grain yield of 30-35 q/ha.

 

  • Pragati (K508): A barley variety for timely sown irrigated condition matures in 135-139 days. This variety gives 38-42 q/ha average grain yield.

 

  • Prakhar (K1005): A barley variety for timely sown irrigated condition, resistant to all three rusts, smut and left blight diseases, matures in 130-135 days which gives 42-45 q/ha grain yield and.

 

 

Contribution of wheat varieties released by CSA at national for specific purpose

 

Bread wheat: K 8804, K 9107, K 8962, K 9465,K 0307, K 8027 and K 9644

Biodiversity and genetic resources

The Germplasm Resource at the Section of rabi cereals maintains local collections, identified donors from trials and nurseries, genetic and exotic selections for their utilization in the breeding programme.

 

 

Strategy to deploy new genes for rust registrant

 

The CSA University has strategy of replacing the rust susceptible varieties with new improved types. As an alternative to the ruling variety of 90’s, alternate varieties K 9107 has been recommended  for the NEPZ region.

 

Tolerance against abiotic stress

 Heat stress

Wheat is sown late on considerable area in north-western and north-eastern plains of India due to high cropping intensity and delayed harvest of previous crop especially in potato dominant cropping system. As a result, the crop gets exposed to higher ambient temperatures at the time of grain filling, which cause significant reduction in productivity. Studies conducted with advanced wheat genotypes have helped in characterizing the environments in terms of weather parameters and also in terms of plant responses.

  • It has been conclusively shown that biomass production is a key factor in high grain

yield performance under late sown high temperature environments.

  • KI induced leaf senescence can be used to assess variability in stem reserve utilization

if used in low concentration and avoiding spikes during spray.

  • Efficient partitioning of assimilates, more number of tillers and number of grains/spike

Contribute to superiority, Halna, improved Halna that can be used as source of heat tolerance.

Seed dynamics

For quicker replacement of old, disease susceptible or otherwise uneconomical varieties, the university has developed a strategy to distribute small quantity of newly identified varieties.  New developed varieties K 1006, K 1317 were distributed to farmers of Bundelkhan and central Uttar Pradesh. Variety K 1317 is high demanding variety under restricted irrigation condition of U.P. and M.P.

 Wheat quality

CSA University has been committed to develop high quality wheat in India. Wheat variety K-68 developed in 1963 and K-65 during 1964 were the most popular traditional tall varieties well known fro their attractive grain colour and chapatti making quality.Promising varieties have also been identified for individual quality parameters like protein content, sedimentation value, extraction rate, wet/dry gluten, gluten index, beta-carotene, iron, zinc, copper and manganese etc., which can be used in the breeding programme for the improvement of wheat quality.

Success stories of departmental achievements :

Wheat

K9107 (Deva): Only wheat variety having 14.0% protein, recommended for cultivation under timely sown irrigated condition (15-25 November) with average yield potential 45-50q/ha and total crop duration range between 125-130 days.
K1317: Wheat Variety “K1317” has been identified for release by Varietal Identification Committee on dated August 22, 2016. Variety K1317 is recommended for North Eastern Plains Zone under rainfed timely sown condition. It has shown yield potential of about 28-32 q/ha with medium maturity (120-128 days) and better chapatti quality (8.05%) This variety is resistant to all major diseases.
K1006: Only wheat variety for timely sown irrigated condition (15-25 November) having Zn – 49.2 ppm and Fe – 45.4 ppm with yield potential 55-60 q/ha. and crop duration range between 125-130 days.
K0307 (Shatabdi): Variety for high yield (55-60 q/ha) and good chapati quality for timely sown irrigated condition (15-30 November) and crop duration range between 120-125 days.
K0607 (Mamta): Variety for high yield (55-60 q/ha) and heat tolerant variety for timely sown irrigated condition (15-30 November) and crop duration range between 120-125 days.
K0402 (Mahi): Variety for high yielding (55-60 q/ha) for timely sown irrigated condition (15-30 November) and crop duration range between 120-125 days.
K9465 (Gomti): Varieties for late sown rainfed condition (15-25 December) with average yield potential 25-30 q/ha and crop duration is range between 110-115 days.
K8434 (Prasad): Variety possessing maximum salt tolerance and yield potential about 40-45 q/ha for salinity /Alkalinity condition under timely sown cultivation (15-25 November) and crop duration range between 120-125 days.
K7903 (Halna): Only variety for late and very late sown irrigated condition (15 Dec. to 10 Jan.) having high terminal heat tolerance with yield potential 25-30q/ha. and crop duration range between 90-100 days
Unnat Halna (K9423): Only variety for late and very late sown irrigated condition (15 Dec. to 10 Jan.) with shattering resistance having potential 25-30q/ha and crop duration range between 90-100 days.
Ujiyar (K9006): Wheat variety for timely sown irrigated condition (15-25 November) with yield potential 55-60 q/ha. and crop duration range between 125-130 days.
Naina (K9533): Only variety for late sown irrigated condition (15 Dec. to 25 Dec.) having yield potential 30-35q/ha. and crop duration range between 100-110 days.

Barley

Prakhar (K1055): A barley variety for timely sown irrigated condition. The variety gives 42-45 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 130-135 days. The variety is resistant to all three rusts, smut and leaf blight diseases.
K1149 (Geetanjali): A huskless barley variety good for human consumption. The variety is recommended for rainfed condition and gives about 25-27 q/ha grain yield.
K551 (Ritambhara): A high yielding barley variety good for malt quality. The variety gives 40-45 q/ha grain yield under timely sown irrigated condition. The variety is resistant to rust and blight diseases.
K125 (Azad): A high yielding barley variety for dual purpose (feed and fodder). The variety is also recommended for alkaline/saline soils. Average grain yield of the variety is 22-25q/ha.
K560 (Haritma): A barley variety for rainfed condition. The variety gives 30-32 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 115-120 days. The variety is resistant to rust and blight diseases.
Jagrati (K287): A barley variety for timely sown Irrigated condition. The variety gives 35-42 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 134-137 days.
Lakhan (K226): A barley variety for rainfed condition. The variety gives 28-30 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 130-135 days.
Manjula (K329): A barley variety for Irrigated Late Sown Condition. The variety gives 30-35 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 110-115 days.
Narmada (K603): A barley variety for rainfed condition. The variety gives 30-35 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 115-120 days. The variety is resistant to rust and blight diseases.
Pragati (K508): A barley variety for timely sown irrigated condition. The variety gives 38-42 q/ha average grain yield and matures in 135-139 days.
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Varietal Development

Wheat

Sr. No. VARIETIES YEAR OF RELEASE Sr. No. VARIETIES YEAR OF RELEASE
1. C13 1916 21. TRIVENI (K 8020) 1987
2. C 46 1920 22. MAGHAR (K 8027) 1989
3. C 13 1929 23. K 88 (K 8804) 1993
4. PADOVA Ist 1930 24. INDRA (K 8962) 1996
5. PADOVA IInd 1930 25. DEVA (K 9107) 1996
6. K 19-3 1935 26. UJIYAR (K 9006) 1998
7. K 21 1935 27. GOMTI (K 9465) 1998
8. K 25 1935 28. ATAL (K 9644) 2000
9. K 53 1956 29. HALNA (K 7903) 2002
10. K 54 1956 30. GANGOTRI (K 9162) 2002
11. K 68 1963 31. PRASAD (K 8434) 2002
12. K 65 1964 32. Unnat HALNA (K 9423) 2005
13. KUNDAN (K 0101) 1969 33. NAINA (K 9533) 2006
14. K 816 1973 34. MANDAKINI (K 9351) 2006
15. K 852 1973 35. SHATABDI (K 0307) 2007
16. BITHOOR (KML 7406) 1978 36. SONA (KD 9851) 2009
17. K POORVI (K 7410) 1979 37. MAHI (K 0402) 2009
18. K 72 (K. 7229) 1983 38. Mamta (K0607) 2011
19. K 78 (7827) 1983 39. K 1006 2013
20. SANGAM (K 7915) 1983 40 K1317 2016

Barley

Sr. No. VARIETIES YEAR OF RELEASE Sr. No. VARIETIES YEAR OF RELEASE
1. C 251 1937 17. K 141 1981
2. K 12 1958 18. K. 318 1982
3. K 14 1958 19. LAKHAN (K 226) 1983
4. CN 292 1958 20. JAGRITI (K 287) 1983
5. CN 294 1958 21. K 341 1984
6. K 18 1964 22. K 370 1984
7. K 19 1964 23. MANJULA (K 329) 1988
8. K 24 1967 24. K 1155 1988
9. JYOTI (K 572/10) 1969 25. GEETANJALI (K 1149) 1991
10. AMBER (K 71) 1969 26. PRAGATI (K 508) 1996
11. VIJAYA 1972 27. PREETI (K 409) 1997
12. AZAD (K 125) 1976 28. HARITIMA (K 560) 1997
13. K 169 1977 29. RITAMBHARA (K 551) 1997
14. K 252 1978 30. NARMADA (K 603) 2000
15. K 253 1978 31. ARCHANA (K 713) 2004
16. K 257 1980 32 PRAKHAR (K 1055 ) 2016

Reports of departmental programs/Schemes : Nil

Important Statistics Data related to departments : Nil

Proceeding of meeting related to departments : Nil

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Tender and Quotations related information : Nil

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Name
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Dr. Ram Ashish Yadav
Date of Birth
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01/01/1962
Designation
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Professor (Agronomy)
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College of Agriculture
Section of Rabi Cereals
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Dr. (Mrs.) Meera Srivastava
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23/05/1957
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Asstt. Professor/ Wheat Physiologist
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College of Agriculture
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Dr. Javed Bahar Khan
Date of Birth
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17/04/1962
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Asstt. Professor/ Wheat Pathologist
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College of Agriculture
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