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College Details

College of Agriculture, Basedi, Dholpur

College of Agriculture Baseri, Dholpur


College of agriculture  Baseri Dholpur(Raj.) Notified on 5th August 2019 vide Government of Rajasthan order No. Agri. 3@2019 Jaipur Dated 05-08-2019 and subsequent university order no. F.( )/Gen/Reg/SKNAU/20419/643 dated 07.08.2019  as a constituent college of Sri karan Narendra University, Jobner. The college is situated at village Khemri Teh.-Baseri (Dholpur) which is 5 km interior to NH 23 Bharatpur to Dholpur which is ultimately connecting Delhi, Jaipur, Gwalior, and other major cities of India. This college is about 60 km away from Bharatpur and 30 km from Dholpur City. College is a full of greenery and the Centre of Excellence Mango is also working on the college campus.

Aims & Objectives of College

  1. To provide scientific and technical knowledge and to develop entrepreneurship skills among students in agriculture.
  2. To provide value-based quality education and to make students aware of high-tech and modern agriculture. 
  3. To enhance the competitiveness among students and help the college to emerge as a center of excellence in agriculture.
  4. To prepare students for future challenges especially in the agriculture sector.

Dean Profile:-

Dr. L.R. Yadav completed his graduation in 1990, post graduation in 1993 and Ph.D.  in 2005 from Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agriculture University, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. He joined as Assistant Professor (Agronomy)  in AICRP on Sugarcane at ARS, Kota, Rajasthan in 1996.Thereafter in 2008 promoted to Associate Professor and as Professor in 2011. He worked on sugarcane, chickpea and wheat agronomy. Presently. He has worked as Associate Dean, University Head of Agronomy, Head of Agronomy Department,  Head, Department of Agricultural Engineering, Incharge, Farm & Workshop. He has served as mentor for 26 M.Sc.  and 6 Ph.D. students as major advisor and more than 70 students as advisor. He has revised UG courses according to V Deans’ Committee of ICAR of Agronomy  and Agricultural Engineering for SKNAU, Jobner in 2016 as Head.

As Principal Investigator, RKVY-02  and RKVY-24 project, successfully handled and completed the project and utilized the budget and procured many implements in College workshop  for farm mechanization and construction of farm pond for water harvesting. In RKVY-12 as Co-PI of the project,  was involved in the transfer of technology by way of field demonstrations on organic agriculture. Also handled a PVT trial on wheat. Shouldered important responsibility as Procurement officer in IDP, NAHEP project. As Course Director, organized  a ICAR sponsored winter school on “Natural farming – Agroecological approaches  under rainfed production system” during 8-28 Dec., 2022.

He has published  88 research papers, presented  60 papers in national and International  seminars. He has authored  10 folders, 5 practical manuals, 20 popular articles, developed 7 production technologies and 6 book chapters.  He has been member of  professional societies like Life member of Indian Society of Agronomy, IARI New Delhi, Life member of Indian Society of Pulses Research and Development,  IIPR, Kanpur , Life member of Annals of Experimental Agriculture & Allied Sciences, A.R.S., Durgapura, Life member of Alumni Association of SKN COA, Jobner.

He has been Chairman/Convenor/Member in professional bodies: Member, Board of Management, SKNAU, Jobner (2019-20), Member, Academic Council, SKNAU, Jobner, Member, Board of Studies, SKNAU, Jobner, External Member of Course Committee of Agronomy of MPUAT, Udaipur and SKRAU, Bikaner,  Fellow of Indian Society of Pulses Research and Development, IIPR, Kanpur in 2013, Fellow of Indian Society of Agronomy, Div. of Agronomy, IARI, New Delhi for year  2020, Councilor of Rajasthan, Indian Society of Agronomy, IARI, New Delhi (2012-14). He got  Appreciation award by Harit Kranti, national agriculture paper in the field of agricultural education in the state of Rajasthan and a  Appreciation letter  by Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, SKNAU, Jobner

Contact:
Dr. L.R. Yadav
Dean 
dean.coabaseri@sknau.ac.in

Former deans 

S.No.

Name

From

To

1

Dr. Nawab Singh

08.08.19

02.02.20

2

Dr. Udai bhan Singh

03.02.20

10.06.20

3

Dr. J P Yadav

11.06.20

22.07.21

4

Dr. B L Jat

23.07.21

09.09.21

5

Dr Udai bhan Singh

10.09.21

21.02.22

6

Dr. Dhanraj Sharma

22.02.22

18.05.22

7

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gupta

19.05.22

12.01.23

8 Dr. L.R Yadav 13.01.23 Cont.

Staff Position:

S. No.

Name of the Scientist

Designation

EmpID

Profile URL as created on AEIS Portal

1.       

Dr. L R Yadav

Dean & Professor

96/4601

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/lala3500

2.       

Dr. Arvind Kumar

Associate Professor

 

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/Arvind3510

3.       

Sh. P C Bairwa

Assistant Professor

 

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/Phool3512

4.       

Sh. Rajesh

Assistant Professor

NICUID 5324391

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/RAJESH3515

5.       

Mr. B S Meena

Assistant Professor

 

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/Bhawani3503

6.       

Dr. S K Dubey

Assistant Professor

 

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/sarvesh3508

7.       

Dr. Nidhi Tyagi

Assistant Professor

 

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/Nidhi3469

8.       

Dr. Ashish Sheera

Assistant Professor

 

https://aeis.icar.gov.in/ASHISH3497

Admission Procedure

  • Admission to B.Sc. (Hons) Ag. programme is done through JET examination conducted by one of the Agricultural Universities of Rajasthan advertised through notification.
  • The minimum eligibility for a candidate to appear in this test is that the candidate must have passed 12th of the 10+2 (Academic) scheme of examination with Agriculture/ Biology/ Mathematics group of the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan or an Examination declared equivalent to it with prescribed percentage of marks mentioned in the admission notification.
  • Admission on payment seats is given on the basis of the JET merit as supernumerary seat in the constitute college of the University.
  • A candidate must have secured at least 50% marks in the aforesaid examinations (10+2). A relaxation of 5% marks would be allowed to candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer)/SBC (Non creamy layer) category.
  • The maximum age limit is 25 years.
  • The candidate must be a bonafide resident of Rajasthan.

Intake Capacity of College:

The college has an Intake Capacity of  64 students out of which 40 seats are general and 24 seats are paid.

Presently 184 students are enrolled in B.Sc.(Hons.) Agri. Part I, Part II and Part III.

List of Research papers published by staff of COA Baseri, Dholpur


Title


Kumar, Amit; Bareth, L.S. ;Yadav, J.P.; Kaur, Manmeet and Ghaswa, Ramdhan (2019). Extent of use of Recommended Interventions of Groundnut crop among the growers in Bikaner District of Rajasthan. Ind.Res.J.Ext.Edu.19(4):8.


Yadav, Krishna; Yadav, J. P. and Bijarniya, Seeta (2019). Adoption of Drip Irrigation System by the Farmers in Jhotwara Panchayat Samiti of District Jaipur, Rajasthan. Ind. J.Ext.Edu.55 (1): 142-144.


Kumar, Amit; Bareth, L.S.;Yadav, J.P.; Kaur, Manmeet and Ghaswa, Ramdhan (2019). Extent of Adoption of Recommended Interventions of Groundnut crop among the growers in Bikaner District of Rajasthan. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 8 ( 8 ), 2254-2261.


Kumari,Asha;Yadav,J.P. and Yadav,Krishna(2019).Monetory and Non-Monetory benefits derived by the rural women from the Income Generating Activities of Self Help Group run by DWCD and NGOs in Jaipur district of Rajasthan.Ind.J.Ext.Edu.:55(4)L166-169).


Kumawat, Pushpa;Yadav, J. P. ;Nidhi and Yadav, Krishna (2020). Constraints Perceived by the beneficiaries of Agriculture Technology Management & Quality Improvement Center of SKNAU, Jobner. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.9(4):xx-xx.(1-12).


Yadav, Krishna Yadav, Dr. J. P. Kumawat Pushpa; and Yadav, Seema (2020). Appropriate Strategy to outcome the Constraints of Drip Irrigation System in PanchayatSamitteeJhotwara,District Jaipur, Rajasthan. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.9(4):xx-x(1-5).


Kansotia, Rakesh Kumar Yadav, Jagdish Prasad Ghoslya, Ajit Kumar Tanwar Nitesh Kumar and Kumawat, Naresh Kumar 2020. Relationship between Socio-Economic Traits of Women Trainees with their Income Generation by KrishiVigyan Kendra, Chomu (Jaipur) Rajasthan. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.. 9(03): 304-307.


Raghuwanshi, N.; Yadav, J. P.; Ghoslya, A. K.; Kumar, Vikas and Bijarnia, S. R. (2020). Knowledge of Solar Energy Technology by the Farmers of Jaipur District in Rajasthan, India. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 9(03): 660-663.


Kumawat,Pushpa;Yadav,J.P.;Rajpurohit,T.S.:Singh,S.andRaghuvanshi,N.(2020).Personal Profile of the beneficiaries of Agriculture Technology Management And Quality Improvement Centre of SKNAU,Jobner. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.9(5):xx-xx.


Krishna Yadav, J. P. Yadav, Pushpa Kumawat and Seema Yadav. 2019.Strategy to overcome the constraints of Drip Irrigation System: A Study of Panchayat Samiti, Jhotwara, District Jaipur (Rajasthan). Indian Journal of Extension Education. 55:3 (5-8)


Kumawat, Pushpa;Yadav, J. P. ;Nidhi and Yadav, Krishna (2020). Constraints Perceived by the beneficiaries of Agriculture Technology Management & Quality Improvement Center of SKNAU, Jobner. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.9(4):xx-xx.(1-12).


Yadav, Krishna Yadav, Dr. J. P. Kumawat Pushpa; and Yadav, Seema (2020). Appropriate Strategy to outcome the Constraints of Drip Irrigation System in PanchayatSamitteeJhotwara,District Jaipur, Rajasthan. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.9(4):xx-x(1-5).


Kansotia, Rakesh Kumar Yadav, Jagdish Prasad Ghoslya, Ajit Kumar Tanwar Nitesh Kumar and Kumawat, Naresh Kumar 2020. Relationship between Socio-Economic Traits of Women Trainees with their Income Generation by KrishiVigyan Kendra, Chomu (Jaipur) Rajasthan. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.. 9(03): 304-307.


Raghuwanshi, N.; Yadav, J. P.; Ghoslya, A. K.; Kumar, Vikas and Bijarnia, S. R. (2020). Knowledge of Solar Energy Technology by the Farmers of Jaipur District in Rajasthan, India. IntJ.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 9(03): 660-663.


Jitendar Singh, R.K. Bagri, S.K. Goyal and Nitin Chawla. (2019). Effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on growth, sporulation and toxin production in A. cyamopsidis. Progressive Research 14 (1): 65-67.        


Jitendra Sharma, G.S. Rathore, Shailesh Godika, S.K. Goyal and S.D. Prajapati (2019). Physiological studies of Alternaria cyamopsidis causing Alternaria blight of clusterbean. International Journal of Chemical Studies. 7 (2): 896-899.


R.K. Bagri, V.S. Yadav, J. Singh, S.K. Goyal and Nitin Chawla, R.S. Sharma and J.S. Maheria (2019). Integrated Disease management of Alternaria leaf blight in bottle gourd under semi arid conditions. International Journal of Chemical Studies 7 (2): 915-917.


R.K. Bagri, J. Singh, S.K. Goyal, Nitin Chawla, R.S. Sharma, Yogesh Sharma and Manju Kumari( 2019). Management of Cercospora leaf spot in bottle gourd by integrated means under semi arid conditions in Rajasthan.  Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 8 (3): 4447-444.


R.K. Bagri, J. Singh, S.K. Goyal, Nitin Chawla and Manju Kumari( 2019). Integrated Disease management of Downy mildew in bottle gourd ( Lagenaria siceraria (Mol.) Stand).  Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 7 (4): 315-317.


Abha Parashar, Sudesh Sharma, Prerna Dogra, Kamini Parashar and BS Tyagi. 2020. Response of malt barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) varieties to different levels of nitrogen and sulphur application under agro-climatic zone IIIa (Semi-arid eastern plain zone) of Rajasthan. International Journal of Chemical Studies. 2020; 8(4): 2059-2062 


Abha Parashar1 *, Sudesh Kumar1 , Shweta Gupta, Prerna Dogra1 and Bhudeva Singh Tyagi2. Response of malt barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) varieties to nitrogen and sulphur application under Agro-climatic zone IIIa (semi-arid eastern plain zone) of Rajasthan. Journal of Cereal Research 12(1): 55-60.


Laxman Prasad Balai, Navab Singh, .D.R.Sharma, Madho Singh and S.M. Meena (2020) Evaluation of Cluster  Frontline Demonstrations on  Production , Productivity, Profitability, Adoption and Horizontal Spread of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum Linn ) in Dholpur  District of Rajasthan, India. Int .J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 9(11) 3402-3413


Laxman Prasad Balai, Navab Singh, D.R.Sharma, and S.M. Meena (2020) Assesment of technological gap and performance of management of common scab of potato. Internet. .J. Plant protect 13 (2) 143-147


Ravi Kumar Meena, M.L. Meena, R.K. Yadav, M.A Khan, OP Shakyawal, 2020. Impact of different residue management on Carbon dynamics in Rice


 Meena R.K., Meena B.L., Khan M.A., Sharma Y.K., Meena M.L. and Verma K.C.2020. Biology and chemistry of rhizosphere; their role in nutrient mobilisation. International journal of microbiology research.12(7) pp


Lalita , Lokender Kashyap* , Ved Praksah Yadav , Anil Jakhar , Ankush Rautand Sahshank Sharma.2021 Sustainable management of brinjal shoot and fruit borer- a review, AMA, ISSN: 00845841 Volume 51, Issue 03, August, 2021.


Vijay Laxmi Yadav, VP Yadav, Ganesh Narayan Yadav and Saroj Kumari Yadav ,2021 , Contingent crop planning for aberrant weather conditions in dryland agriculture, The Pharma Innovation Journal 2021; SP-10(8): 1223-1226.


Ved Prakash Yadav*, Neelam Chaudhary , Suman Devi3 and Lalita,2021, Eco-Friendly Fab ric Pro duc tion through Col oured Fibres of Sig nif i cant Cot ton, Frontiers in Crop Improvement Vol 9 : 321-330 (Special Issue-I August 2021) Print ISSN : 2393-8234 Online ISSN : 2454-6011

Facilities or Infrastructure:

Presently   College is running in the building handed over by Centre of Excellence, khernri, Baseri (Dholpur) . We have submitted a master plan for the constriction of academic, administrative, Boys & Girls Hostel Buildings. The campus is very beautiful  and full greenery. It creates a picturesque view and natural environment is available here. The following facilities are available at the campus. 

  • Class Room: The classes of BSc. (Hons.) Ag. are being conducted in the building of Centre of Excellence Mango, khernri, Baseri (Dholpur). Well furnished big halls are available for conducting the classes.
  • Land: A total of 30.0 ha land had been alloted at Centre of Excellence mango, Khemri Teh- Baseri (Dholpur) . Out of 30 ha land 3 ha mango orchard of various varieties is already planted and rest 27 ha land is to be developed. However we have started seed production programme  at small scale .
  • Accommodation facilities: College is presently having an administration block, staff rooms for teaching and non-teaching staff and a separate room for convenience of girl students.
  • Basic Amenities: RO drinking water and lavatory facility for both boys and girls are available in the college.
  • Seminar Hall: A Well furnished seminar hall of big size with seating capacity of 60 students is available which is being used for celebration of different events and programmes of college.
  • Library Facilities: As this college is newly opened, so library facilities are under developing stage, however sufficient books are available as per course curriculum.
  • Sports Facilities: This College is providing the playground facilities of Kabbadi, Volleyball, Badminton and atheletics.
  • NSS: The College of Agriculture Baseri, Dholpur foresees the active participation of undergraduate students in National Service Scheme (NSS), started by Department of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Human Resources Development, New Delhi, The basic purpose of this scheme is to develop responsibility through social services and realization of work. It helps to inculcate self-discipline and control of mind and body for making students a responsible citizen. NSS activities are a mandatory part of B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. degree program.
  • Extracurricular activities: The college from its inception has regularly organized vivid student activities, for all-around development of the students. The college believes in endorsement of professionalism and ethics among students by imparting value based education for holistic development of the students. The resources spared by the college and the hard work and enthusiasm of the students have paid-off in the form of the whole hearted involvement and participation of the students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities regularly organized at the college and university level.
  • Celebration of special days of national importance: The College organizes different activities regularly on important National days to bring about awareness and inspiration among students. They form an integral part of the course curriculum for an all-round development of the students and faculty members.
  • Advisory system for students: Student advisory an integral part of UG programme in which about 10 students are allotted to a teacher. For this 7th period of every Friday has been earmarked for advisors specially to interact with the students, so that their academic as well as day to day problems may be tackled without any delay.
  • Glimpse of Events and Press coverage

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