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About Department

A research unit for the improvement of vegetable crops in Uttar Pradesh was established by State Government at Alambagh, Lucknow during 1951. After a short span of three years this research unit was shifted from Lucknow to Kalyanpur, Kanpur in 1954 under the supervision and administrative control of Late Dr. Y. R. Mehta, Horticulturist, U.P. Govt.. Subsequently in the year 1962, the vegetable research scheme was strengthened with the creation of a post of Economic Botanist (Vegetables). Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Dehi granted permission to start research work at CSAUA&T, Kalyanpur as a sub – centre under AICRP Vegetables w.e.f. 1971-72. In the beginning most of the vegetable crops like Brinjal, Pea, Tomato, Chilli, Okra, Cauliflower, French bean, Radish, Cucurbits, Onion and Garlic were the part of the programmes. Under AICRP (Vegetable crops), major emphasis was given on varietal improvement, standardization of improved production technologies and vegetable seed production programme. Government of India has also sanctioned a project on “Breeder Seed Production of Vegetable crops” Recognizing the importance role of this centre in vegetable seed production programme, ICAR sanctioned a project on vegetable breeder seed production to this university as a new centre during 2010-11under AICRP- NSP which later on merged with main project i.e. AICRP (V.C.). In the year 2008-09 a major breakthrough was witnessed as ICAR granted main centre status to Kalyanpur for doing research on onion and garlic under All India Network Research Project on Onion & Garlic and potato under AICRP on potato. Till today more than 55 high yielding varieties of different vegetable crops have been developed and released for general cultivation by State/Central Variety Release Committee. Besides this, more than seventy two different recommendations have been made on improved vegetable production and plant protection technologies for the benefit of farmers’ of the State. To popularize the cultivation of seed spices in the state as well as to achieve the aim of self-reliance in spices production at national level, quality seed production of high yielding varieties and the development programmes like technology transfer through FLDs, seminar/ workshops and farmers training are also being undertaken by the department with the financial assistance from Directorate of Arecanut and Spices Development, Calicut, Kerala.

This vegetables research section was upgraded as department of Vegetable Science during 2002-03 and started giving degree in M.Sc. and Ph.D. (Agriculture) in Vegetable Science and this continued till 2011-12. After words from academic session 2016-17, admission of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students was again initiated and now the degree is being awarded as M.Sc. (Horticulture) Vegetable Science and Ph.D. (Horticulture) Vegetable Science under the college of Horticulture. Both farm and instructional facilities are available for undertaking the quality research and imparting quality education to the postgraduate students. This department has distinction to be identified as “Centre of Excellence on Vegetables” in the year 2018 by Department of Agricultural Education and Research, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh.

In order to promote the use of green energy i.e. energy which does not pollute the environment and is renewable in nature, department of vegetable science has taken the lead in the university. During March 2021 online solar panel of 50 KW capacity has been installed on the roof of department’s building which has become now functional and started supplying solar energy. Besides this all the fields of vegetable research farm has been connected with underground irrigation pipeline in order to enhance the water use efficiency and minimize the water losses.

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Mission –

To contribute significantly towards achieving the nutritional and livelihood security of India through the development of sustainable, economically viable and environmentally safe technologies of vegetables production.

Mandate :

  • Imparting quality education to UG and  PG students on the fundamentals of Vegetable Science and latest technological interventions to enhance the vegetables production and productivity 
  • Guiding and training postgraduate students and research scholars for their thesis  research work.
  • Collection, evaluation, documentation and maintenance of different vegetable’s germplasm.
  • Carry out basic and strategic research on vegetable for development of new varieties.
  • Development of superior, disease and insect-pest resistant high yielding varieties/hybrid of major vegetable crops.
  • Standardization and demonstration of advanced production and protection technologies.
  • Production and distribution of high quality vegetable breeder seeds and planting materials.
  • Dissemination and promotion of technologies for sustainable management of vegetable and their resources.

List of high yielding vegetable varieties developed and released

S. No. Crops Varieties/Hybrids
1. Brinjal Kalyanpur Type-3, Azad B-1, Azad B-2, Azad B-3, Azad Kranti   and  Azad Hybrid
2. Tomato Kalyanpur Angoorlata, Kalyanpur Type-1, Azad T-2, Azad T-3,
Azad T-5, Azad T-6, Azad T-8, KTH-1(Hybrid)  and  KTH-2 (Hybrid)
3. Pea Azad P-1, Azad P-2,  Azad P-3, Azad P-4   and  Azad P-5
4. Okra Azad Bhindi -1, Azad Bhindi -2, Azad Bhindi -3 (Azad Krishna)-Red coloured Capsules  and  Azad Bhindi-4 (Azad Mohini)
5. Chilli Azad Mirch-1, Azad Achar Mirch-2, KCH-3 (Hybrid),
6. Sponge gourd Kalyanpur Hari Chikni, Azad Torai Chikni-1
And  Azad Torai -2
7. Bottle gourd Kalyanpur Long Green, Azad Harit,  Azad  Nutan   and  Azad Sankar Lauki-1 (Hybrid)
8. Bitter gourd Kalyanpur Baramasi(Long fruited)  and  Kalyan Sona
9. Pumpkin Azad Pumpkin-1
10. Cucumber Kalyanpur Green
11. Sem Type-2, Rajni, and  Azad Sem-1
12. Rajmah Azad Rajmah-1
13. Lobia 5269
14. Onion Kalyanpur Red Round
15. Radish Kalyanpur No.-1
16. Turmeric Azad Haldi-1
17. Colocasia Azad Arvi-1
18. Coriander Azad Dhania-1  and  Azad Dhania-2
19. Fennel Azad Saunf-1
20. Fenugreek Azad Methi-1 & Azad Methi-2 (Azad Arunima)
21. Ajwain Azad Ajwain -1
22. Nigella Azad Kalaunji -1
23. Zimikand Azad Suran-1

Technology developed and recommended:  A total number of 19 improved production and protection technologies have been developed and recommended for  its adoption  as per details enumerated below:

S. No. Details of Technology
1. The maximum pod yield (69.68 q/ha) with C:B ratio (1.97) was registered with the application of vermicompost @ 5 t/ha + VAM + Pseudomonas + Trichoderma + Azotobactor in organic farming trial on cowpea. Hence, this treatment is recommended for organic cultivation of cowpea under Kalyanpur condition. (33rd Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at IIVR, Varanasi during 21-24 May, 2015)
2. Application of vermicompost @ 2.5 t/ha + half recommended NPK through chemical fertilizers recorded significantly higher green pod yield (83.56 q/ha) of garden pea with B:C ratio of 3.07. Hence, it is recommended for cultivation under Agro-climatic Zone- IV. (34th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at IARI, New Delhi during 10-13 May, 2016)
3. Maximum fruit yield as well as net return was recorded in cropping  sequence of okra (77.67 q/ha with C:B ratio 1: 2.52), tomato (227.40 q/ha with C:B ratio 1: 2.58) and cowpea (69.54 q/ha with C:B ratio of 1: 2.30) with the application of vermicompost @ 5 t/ha + VAM + Pseudomonas + Trichoderma  + Azaotobactor. Hence, for the above cropping  sequence these organic inputs are recommended for the Agro-climatic Zone- IV. (34th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at IARI, New Delhi during 10-13 May, 2016)
4. Maximum green leaves yield of Amaranths (172.63 q/ha) along with benefit cost ratio 2.86 was noticed with the application of vermicompost @ 5 t/ha + PSB + Azospirillum @ 5 kg/ha each. Hence, it is recommended for amaranth production under Agro-climatic Zone- IV. (34th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at IARI, New Delhi during 10-13 May, 2016).  
5. The organic package for coriander-radish sequence consists of growing coriander cv. Pant Haritima and radish cv. Japanese White with the application of 100 % recommended dose of nitrogen through vermicompost + IIHR microbial consortium @ 12.5 kg/ha was found suitable for realizing optimum yield and highest B:C ratio. Hence, it is recommended for agro-climatic condition of Zone- IV. (35th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at IIHR, Bangalore during 24-27 June, 2017)
6. Based on three years experiment at Kanpur it was concluded that higher seed yield of Okra (15.69 q/ha) was obtained with the application of Azospirillum + Recommended dose of NPK treatment at Kalyanpur condition. (35th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at IIHR, Bangalore during 24-27 June, 2017)
7. In Okra cv. Arka Anamika, pre-emergence application of pendimethalin @ 6ml/L + one hand weeding at 35 days after sowing was found suitable for maximum fruit yield (81.26 q/ha) with highest C:B ratio (2.48). Hence, it is recommended for weed control in the  agro-climatic condition of Zone IV. (36th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at RARI, Jaipur during 18-21 May, 2018)
8. Seed coating with carbendazim @ 2 g/kg seed + Imidacloprid @ 2ml/kg seed + micro nutrient mixture @ 20 g/kg seed in tomato cv. T-6 recorded the maximum seed germination (92%), and vigour under Kalyanpur condition. CD and CV of pooled data is 1.05 (at 5%) & 5.78. Hence, it is recommended for tomato.(36th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at RARI, Jaipur during 18-21 May, 2018)
9. Three hand weeding at 20, 40 and 60 days after sowing in vegetable pea cv. Azad Pea-3 recorded highest seed weight, seed yield (15.95 q/ha)and quality attributes with cost benefit ratio of 1:2.48 under Kanpur condition. (36th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at RARI, Jaipur during 18-21 May, 2018)
10. Integrated nutrient management package for French bean cv. Azad Rajmah-1 with the application of 75% NPK through inorganic source + 25% N through vermicompost was found suitable for realizing optimum green pod yield (77.08 q/ha) and highest B:C ratio (2.67). Hence, it is recommended for agro-climatic condition of Zone- IV. (37th Group Meeting of AICRP on Vegetable Crops held at TNAU, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu during 22-25 June, 2019)
11 Prophylactic spray (at the time of canopy closure) of mancozeb @ 0.25 % followed by cymoxanil + mancozeb @ 0.3% at the time of disease appearance and one more spray with mancozeb @ 0.25 % after 8-10 days of second spray is recommended for the management of potato late blight in Kanpur region of Uttar Pradesh. (Department of Agriculture/Horticulture, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and AICRP (Potato) Kanpur Centre-2018-19.
12 Application of ZN @ 1.5 kg/ha in potato for Kanpur condition may be recommended (Department of Agriculture/Horticulture, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and AICRP (Potato) Kanpur Centre-2016-17.
13 In Kanpur areas of Uttar Pradesh there is a serious problem of common scab and farmers are not following tuber seed treatment practice developed by ICAR-CPRI, Shimla for the management of common scab. Therefore, it was decided that Kanpur center will demonstrate recommended technology at farmers field (five FLDs) on management of common scab using tuber seed treatment with boric acid (3%) in nearby areas. (AICRP Center, Kanpur)
14 Metribuzin @ 0.75 kg/ha either as pre-emergence or as post–emergence at 10% plant emergence was equally effective and comparable to manual hand weeding to control the weeds in potato across the locations. Hence, application of metribuzin @ 0.75 kg/ha either as pre-emergence or as post–emergence at 10% plant emergence can be recommended for effective weed control in potato Kanpur (Department of Agriculture/Horticulture, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and AICRP (Potato) Kanpur Centre.
15 Prophylactic spray of mancozeb @ 0.2%, followed by second spray of (fenamidone + mancoozeb) 0.3% after seven days  and a third spry with mancozeb @ 0.2% after 7 days of the second spray is recommended for the control of late blight in West Bengal and Eastern Uttar Pradesh under moderate disease pressure. (Department of Agriculture/Horticulture, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and AICRP (Potato) Kanpur Centre.
16 Bio-fumigation by incorporating one month old Indian Mustard crop (Seed rate 5 kg/ha) just before the planting of potato crop is recommended for management of black scurf and common scab in Central and Eastern Uttar Pradesh. (Department of Agriculture/Horticulture, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and AICRP (Potato) Kanpur Center.
17 At Kanpur drenching of Fenamidone + Mancozeb @ 0.25% in the nursery may be recommended in Chilli variety G-4.
18 At Kalyanpur integrated management module comprising of seed treatment with Captan 50%wp (2g/kg) + drenching with fosetyl aI 80% wp @ 0.1% immediately after germination + spray with copper hydroxide 77%wp (2g/l) at 3-4 leaf stage in nursery and main field treatment (Seedling dip with 0.1% (Carbendazim 12%+ Mancozeb 63% WP) + spray with Acephate 75% WP @ 1.5 g/l on 10 days after transplanting + spray with Fipronil 5% SC@ 1.5 ml/l on 20 DAT +spray  with Copper hydroxide 77%WP (2.0g/l) on 25 DAT + spray  Imidacloprid 70% WG @ 2g/15L on 40 DAT + spray with Fenamidone 10% + Mancozeb 50% WDG (0.25) two to three times from 45 DAT at 10 days interval was found most effective in the management of tomato diseases damping off (5.8%), early blight (1.4%), mosaic (2.2%), Fusarim wilt (4.3%) with collar rot (1.7%) late blight (9.5%), early blight (8.6%), mosaic (5.4%), Fusarium wilt (5.5%), collar rot (4.4%) with BC ratio of 4.0 may be recommended.
19 At Kalyanpur spraying with mixture of ferrous Sulphate @ 0.2%, calcium nitrate@ 0.2% and boron @ 0.1%, gave maximum seed yield (122.45 kg/ha) with highest BC ratio (2.35) in Chilli var. Azad Mirch-1 Hence, it is recommended for Kanpur (zone-IV) conditions.

Twenty Five students have been awarded with degree in M.Sc. (Horticulture) - Vegetable Science and 02 students with Ph.D. (Horticulture) - Vegetable Science.

     

Students qualified in SRF/NET/ARS Examination:

Name of the student Id. No. Degree Name of qualified examination Year
Durgesh Kumar HR0-345/19 Ph.D. NET 2019
Virendra Kumar HR0-346/19 Ph.D. NET 2019
Arun Kr. Verma HR-0280/18 Ph.D. NET 2019
Mahendra Kr. Yadav HR-0288/18 Ph.D. NET 2018
Ravish Kumar HR-0281/18 Ph.D. NET 2018
Saurabh Dixit HR-0282/18 Ph.D. NET 2020
Satyendra Kumar  HR-0236/17 M.Sc. NET 2018
Banke Lal HR- 0234/17 Ph.D. NET 2018

Extension Activities:

  • Display of vegetable varieties every year during University Kisan Mela, Flower show at Raj Bhawan, Lucknow and IIT Kanpur.
  • FLD on vegetables and seed spices conducted every year at different villages of the adjoining districts.
  • Farmers training organized in different locations under different running schemes of this section.
  • District level seminars organized  under seed spices scheme.
  • Advisory services to the farmer’s issued regularly on the important topics.
 
S. No. Activities / Programmes undertaken Achievements (No.)
(2015 to 2020) 
1 Practicing Farmer &  Farm Women  training  organized 162
2 Rural Youth  training  organized    32
3 Radio Talks broadcast and T.V. shows telecast 102
4 Farmers Fair & Agriculture Exhibition Organized 16
5 Field days organized 178
6 Exposure visits arranged 22
7 FLDs/demonstrations were conducted 460
8 Sight Seeing  organized 58
9 Group discussion  organized 108
10 Farmers-Scientist interface organized 38
11 Participation as an expert or subject specialist  in Training, Goshthi, Conference, Field day, Seminar, Kisan Mela, Exposure visit etc. at various levels organized by line department and other agencies.    412
12 Farm advisory services at on and off campus  232 
13 Newspaper coverage 238

 Externally funded projects handled during last five years

Title of the project Year Funding agency Achievement s
Establishment of Potato Research Centre at Kalyanpur 2015-17 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   Infrastructures have been developed.
Bio-efficacy on evaluation of poly-4 (polyhalite) in Onion for enhanced yield and potassium use efficiency 2018-19 Sirius Minerals Plc, North Yorkshire, U.K. Modules for potassium nutrient application in onion have been developed.   
Participatory Vegetable Seed Production to Enhance Vegetable Production in U.P. 2015-2018 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   5000 quintal of foundation quality seed of different vegetables was produced.
Organic farming technology dissemination and diffusion on vegetable growers fields 2017-2020 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   300 vermi production units were established.
Establishment and popularization of improved varieties /hybrids of vegetable and their agro techniques to enhance vegetable production in U.P. 2017-2018 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   Farmers promotional programmes were organized for the purpose.
Strengthening of vegetable research station, Kalyanpur, Kanpur 2017-2019 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   Infrastructures have been established.
Centre of Advanced Agricultural Science & Technology on Nutritional Crops 2017-2020 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   Renovation work completed and research & HRD programmes are going on.
Establishment of Centre of Excellence for Vegetables 2017-2020 RKVY, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of U.P.   Seedling rising and R&D programme is going on.

The Vegetable section, Kalyanpur, has been the premier vegetable research  station of the state and has contributed enormously to the welfare of vegetable  growers. Presently research work on most of the vegetable  crops is being carried out by the competent faculties  with the support  of All India Coordinated Research Project and All India Network Research Project, DASD and non-plan grants. This research section on vegetables was upgraded as department of Vegetable Science during 2002-03 and started giving degree in M.Sc. and Ph.D. (Agriculture) in Vegetable Science and this continued till 2011-12. After words from academic session 2016-17, admission of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students was again initiated and now the degree is being awarded as M.Sc. (Horticulture) Vegetable Science and Ph.D. (Horticulture) Vegetable Science under the college of Horticulture. Both farm and instructional facilities are available for undertaking the quality research and imparting quality education to the postgraduate students. In addition to practical’s, hands on training are also provided to students for the protective cultivation of Vegetables in poly houses and the storage of Onion and Garlic.  

 This department has distinction to be identified as “Centre of Excellence on Vegetables” in the year 2018 by  DARE, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh.
In order to promote the use of green energy i.e. energy which does not pollute the environment and is renewable in nature, department of vegetable science has taken the lead in the university. During March 2021 online solar panel of 50 KW capacity has been installed on the roof of department’s building which has become now functional and started supplying solar energy. Besides this all the fields of vegetable research farm has been connected with underground irrigation pipeline in order to enhance the water use efficiency and minimize the water losses.

Details of farm facilities

  • A labeled and connected with roads   24 ha. Land area
  • 15.6 ha cultivated Land
  • 1.36 ha nursery & Garden
  • 1.0 ha Polyhouse
  • 01 Tractor
  • 02 Tube bell (15HP)
  • One Harrow
  • Two Cultivator
  • One Rotavetor
  • Threshing Floor- 14 m radius
  • Underground irrigation pipeline
  • Solar lamps

Details of workshop facilities

  •  NA

Details of instructional facilities

  • Poly house- 04 units (440 sq. meter each) 
  • Net house- 01 unit (20 X 13.5 meter)  
  • Go down- 01 (13 X 8.5 meter)
  • Pre-cool chamber-01 unit  (200 sq. meter)
  • Hardening chamber – 01 unit  (200 sq. meter)
  • Onion garlic storage- 01 unit (10.5 X 4.5 meter) 
  • Vermi-compost production unit
  • Laboratory and classroom  - 01 each (6.50 X 8.30 meter)
  • Conference room – 01 unit

List of equipment’s in laboratories 

  • Thermo hygrograph
  • Kjeldhal distillation set
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Flame photometer
  • Digital balance
  • Plastic crates
  • Generator set                    
  • Auto clean machine         
  • Hot Plate              
  • Glass ware dryer  
  • Mechanical shaker            
  • Electronic balance            
  • pH meter              
  •      Laminar air flow               
  • Air purifier
  • Microscope                       
Poly house- (440 sq. meter each) Net house- (20 X 13.5 meter)
Go down/store room Hardening chamber (200 sq. meter)
Pre-cool chamber (200 sq. meter) Onion garlic storage-  (10.5 X 4.5 meter)
Vermi-compost production unit 50 KW. Online solar system
Conference room Laboratory and classroom
50 KW. Online solar system Insect proof net house
Poly house with fan pad system Naturally Ventilated Polyhouse (Soil less media)
Underground irrigation pipeline General view

Teaching Activities

The department offers various undergraduate and postgraduate courses of vegetable science. The M.Sc. and Ph.D. students of the department usually study minor in Genetics and Plant Breeding, Entomology and Seed science & Technology in addition to Agricultural Statistics and Economics as supporting ones. The department has adopted course curricula recommended by 5th ICAR Deans’ Committee at UG level from 2016-17 academic session, while the course curricula for postgraduate degree are as per the recommendations of National Core Group. About 8-10 students in M. Sc. programme and 4-6 students in Ph.D. programme are being admitted through Combined Agriculture and Technology Entrance Tests (CATET) every year including  ICAR quota (NTS / JRF/ SRF) and foreign students nomination.

Course No. Course title Credit hours
Under Graduate Courses – B. Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture
VSC-221 Spices and condiments 3
VSC-222 Precision farming and protected cultivation 3
VSC-311 Breeding of vegetable, tuber and spices  3
VSC-312 Potato and tuber crops 2
VSC-321 Seed production of vegetable, tuber & spices 3
HEL-422 Protected cultivation of high value horticultural crops 10(0+10)
HOR-211 Production technology  of vegetable and spices 2
ELP-427 Organic crop production technology 10(0+10)
M.Sc. Horticulture, Vegetable Science
Major
VGS 501 Production technology of cool season vegetable crops  3(2+1)
VGS 503 Breeding of Vegetables 3(2+1)
VGS 512 Experimental design 3(2+1)
 VGS-502 Production Tech. of warm Season Vegetable Crops 3(2+1)
VGS-504 Growth and Development of Vegetable Crops 3(2+1)
VGS-505 Seed Production Tech. of Vegetable Crops 3(2+1)
VGS-507 Production Tech. of Under Exploited Vegetable Crops 2(1+1)
VGS - 508 Organic Vegetable Production Technology 2(1+1)
VGS-509 Fundamentals of Processing of Vegetables 2(1+1)
VGS-506 Breeding  of Vegetables 3(2+1)
VGS-591 Master seminar 1(1+0)
VGS-599 Master research 20
 Minor
GPB-503 Principals of plant breeding 3(2+1)
SST-507 Seed quality testing 3(2+1)
ENT-510 Principal of pest management Vegetable Crops 2(1+1)
  Total credit hours 56
Ph.D. Vegetable Science
Major
VGS-601 Advances in Vegetable Production 3(2+1)
VGS-602 Advances in breeding of Vegetable  3(2+1)
VGS-603 Protected Cultivation of Vegetable Crops 2(1+1)
VGS-604 Biotechnology of vegetable crops 3(2+1)
VGS-605 Seed Production Tech. of Vegetable Crops 3(2+1)
VGS-606 Production Technology of Under-exploited Veg. Crops 2(1+1)
VGS-691 Seminar 1
VGS-699 Ph.D. Research work 45
Minor and supporting
ENT-607 Advances in biological control 2(1+1)
ENT-609 Plant nematode relationship 2(1+1)
GPB-603 Hetrosis Breeding 3(2+1)
AES-605 Agriculture statistics 3(2+1)
GPB-606 Plant genetic resource 2(1+1)
AES-602 Agriculture production economics 3(2+1)
  Total credit hours 77
Name : Dr. P.K. Singh
Date of Birth : 01.03.1965
Designation : Professor and Sectional Head
College Department : Vegetable Science, Kalyanpur
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Name : Dr. Ram Batuk Singh
Date of Birth : 15.01.1966
Designation : Assistant Professor
CollegeDepartment : College / Department Vegetable Science, Kalyanpur
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Name : DR. AJAY KUMAR DUBEY
Date of Birth : 03-08-1959
Designation : ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (PROFESSOR SCALE- Since 18.01.2005)
CollegeDepartment : College of Agriculture/Horticulture Department of Vegetable Science, Kalyanpur, Kanpur
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Name : Dr. RAJIV
Date of Birth : 15-07-1969
Designation : Vegetable Agronomist
CollegeDepartment : College of Agriculture Department of Vegetable Science
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 Faculty :
Name : Dr M.R. Dabbas
Date of Birth : 05-02-1959
Designation : Assistant Professor ( Plant Pathology)
College Department : College of Agriculture Department of Vegetable Science
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Name : Dr. SANJIVE KUMAR SINGH
Date of Birth : 25-12-1966
Designation : Assistant Professor
CollegeDepartment : College of Horticulture Department of Vegetable Science
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Name : Dr. D.P. Singh
Date of Birth : 12-04-1964
Designation : Sr. Scientist (Veg. Seeds)
College Department : Vegetable Section, Kalyanpur
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Organization and Staff Position  :

The organization and staff position of the vegetable sciences for conducting vegetable research on various aspects is given in the following table :
S.N. Name Designation Photo
1. Dr. P.K Singh Professor and Sectional Head  
2. Dr. D.P. Singh Associate Professor  
3. Dr. M.R. Dabbas Assistant Professor  
4. Dr. P.K.Tiwari Assistant Professor  
5. Dr. I.N.Shukla Assistant Professor  
6. Dr. Sanjeev Kr. Singh Assistant Professor  
7. Dr. Ramesh Singh Virologist
8. Dr. Rajiv Agronomist
9. Sri. U.C. Mishra Agronomist  
S. No.> Technical staff
1. Dr.V.K.Yadav Staff
2. Sri. N.S. Kushwaha Staff
3. Sri. S.D. Dutta Statistician