About Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dibrugarh -

Name of KVK :

Dibrugarh

Address :

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dibrugarh, Assam Agricultural University, Romai

Post Box No. 24, P.O Lahoal, Dibrugarh  PIN 786 010

Phone :

9435846490

e-mail:

kvk_dibrugarh@aau.ac.in

Host Org :

Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat - 785 013

Year of Sanction:

2006

Year of Established:

March, 2007

Total Land:

16 ha

Total Cultivable Land:

10 ha

Under Buildings

1.5 ha

Under Demonstration Units:

0.5 ha

Under Crops:

1 ha

Orchard:

2.5 ha

Infrastructure –

Sl. No.

Name of Buildings

Source of Fund

Date of Completion

Plinth Area (Sq. m)

1

Administrative building

ICAR

05/02/2008

547

2

Farmers Hostel

ICAR

09/01/2008

305

3

Head-cum-Sr. Scientiests' Quarters (1 No.)

ICAR

19/05/2009

110

4

Scientists' Quarters ( 2 Nos.)

ICAR

20/12/2008

75 sq m each

5

Twin quarters

ICAR

07/05/2008

117

6

Supporting staff quarters

ICAR

10/09/2008

40

7

Biofertilizer unit

ICAR

25/04/2013

64.8

8

Mushroom Unit

DRDA

01/01/2012

39.69

9

Azola Unit

RKVY

 

58.58

10

Compost and Vermcompost Unit

RKVY

 

52.47

11

Semi Automatic Poly House

ICAR

16/05/2012

138.55

12

DBT-AAU satellite centre for production of biofertilizer

& biopesticide

DBT

01/08/2013

34.37

13

Fencing

ICAR

29/06/2012

678 running mtrs

 

Mandate, Aims and Objectives of the Centre:
Mandate:
- Technology Assessment and Demonstration for its Application and Capacity Development
- On-farm testing to assess the location specificity of agricultural technologies under various farming systems.
- Frontline demonstrations to establish production potential of technologies on the farmers’ fields.
- Capacity development of farmers and extension personnel to update their knowledge and skills on modern agricultural technologies.
- 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.
- Provide farm advisories using ICT and other media means on varied subjects of interest to farmers
- In addition, production of quality technological products (seeds, planting material, bio-agent, livestock) and make it available to farmers
- Organize front line activities
- Identify and document selected farm innovations and converge with ongoing schemes and programs within the mandate of KVK
Vision:
Science and technology-led growth leading to enhanced productivity, profitability and sustainability of agriculture
Mission:
Farmer-centric growth in agriculture and allied sectors through application of appropriate technologies in specific agro-ecosystem perspective
Thrust areas of ongoing research and extension activities:
1. Increasing production and productivity of rain-fed rice (quality seed)
2. Increasing production and productivity of pulses and oilseeds
3. Emphasis on of horticultural crops
4. Enhancing production, productivity and quality tea mainly of the small tea growers
5. Emphasis on Integrated nutrient, disease and pest management for sustainable agriculture
6. Enhancing production and productivity of milk, egg, meat, fish and sericulture enterprise
7. Entrepreneurship development by enhancing skill and motivation of rural unemployed youth for taking up various agro based vocations
8. Introduction of technology for reducing drudgery of farm women
Education/Awareness, vocational and other training programmes: Number of programmes conducted- for extension functionaries, rural youth, progressive farmers, farm women etc.; number of invited lectures delivered as resource person in trainings etc. organized by external agencies (since 2009)

 

KVK activities since 2008-09

Event

KVK Trainings

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Total

EF

02

06

07

09

06

08

03

07

48

RY

01

00

09

15

15

18

11

27

96

PF & FW

41

64

43

33

40

60

17

50

348

Sponsored

7

14

11

12

28

23

32

16

143

Vocational

 

 

 

 

07

05

03

02

17

Lectured delivered as resource person

9

-

-

-

21

25

-

-

54

 

Extension activities: No. of OFT, MLT, FLD, Field Day, Farmers’ Fair etc. conducted since 2009

Event

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Total

OFT

8

9

15

9

12

12

12

26

103

FLD

2

7

11

4

8

13

12

20

77

Field Day

1

3

7

2

5

6

6

10

40

Plant Health Camp

2

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

03

Diagnostic visit

 

 

 

 

 

25

33

27

85

Technology week

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

02

Awareness camp

 

3

3

5

1

10

5

03

30

Kisan Mela/ Exhibition

 

1

 

 

 

 

1

03

05

Exposure visit

 

 

 

1

2

3

1

04

11

Extension bulletin

3

2

 

 

 

4

 

08

17

Article

6

17

19

6

15

15

9

0

87

PRA

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

02

Farmer-Scientist Interaction

 

2

1

 

2

6

5

4

17

Advisory service / Bulk SMS

10

0

0

29

33

62

40

76

250

Radio talk

2

4

2

11

14

3

3

16

55

News coverage

15

0

0

0

13

6

8

10

52

TV programme

2

4

1

4

10

6

4

0

31

Special day celebration

 

 

1

1

1

0

1

02

6

Soil Health Card Distribution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1250

1250

 

Laboratory facilities:  01 No.
Laboratory Instruments available are Horizontal Laminar air flow, Rotary shaker, Portable pH meter, Digital balance (5kg),
BOD incubator, Vertical autoclave, Hot air oven ( 1 no of each item)
Farm Production as on 2015-16

SN

Name of the Product

Qty

Gross income

1

PSB

941 pkts (each 200 gm)

14040.00

2

Azospirillum

426  pkts (each 200 gm)

7020.00

3

Azotobacter

505 pkts (each 200 gm)

7740.00

4

Rhizobium

0.25 qt

1875.00

5

Enriched compost

50 pkts(1 kg Each)

1000.00

6

Vermicompost

8.74 qt

3752.00

7

Compost

10.2 qt

-

8

Azolla  (Azola caroliniana)

7.223qt

150.00

9

Bioveer (Trichoderma viride)

2510 pkts (25.1 qt)

2,00,800.00

 

 

Total

2,36,377.00

 

Schemes –

Scheme

Activity

Initiation date

Funding agency

RKVY

Technology showcasing of winter rice

 

Director of Research, AAU, Jorhat

RKVY

Foundation seed production of black gram

2014-15

Director of Research, AAU, Jorhat

PPV and FR

Awareness programme

2015-16

PPV and FR

 

Hybrid vegetable production and Mushroom production

2015-16

IIHR, Bengaluru

TSP

Improved potato cultivation under post

 flood situation (under TSP)

2015-16

Director of Research, AAU, Jorhat

 

Research Projects: Ongoing research programmes are:
1. Technology Demonstration Component (TDC) of NICRA (National Initiatives on Climate Resilient Agriculture) – Continuation from 2011-12 till date.
2. Production of biopesticides and biofertilizers under DBT-funded AAU satellite centre – Continuation from 2012-13.
3. Certified seed production of winter rice under technology Showcasing Programme.
Completed projects are: List out the completed projects for which Final Project Reports have been submitted (since 2009)
1. Farmers Participatory Action Research Programme (FPARP-II) – Soil Moisture Conservation using mulching.
2. Foundation seed production of black gram (IPU-94-1)
Future strategies and role of the KVK for development of agriculture in the state:
Short term Plan: Science and technology-led growth leading to enhanced productivity, profitability and sustainability of agriculture.
Long term Plan: Farmer-centric growth in agriculture and allied sectors through application of time driven appropriate technologies in specific agro-ecosystem perspective. 

About Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dibrugarh -

Name of KVK :

Dibrugarh

Address :

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dibrugarh, Assam Agricultural University, Romai

Post Box No. 24, P.O Lahoal, Dibrugarh  PIN 786 010

Phone :

9435846490

e-mail:

kvk_dibrugarh@aau.ac.in

Host Org :

Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat - 785 013

Year of Sanction:

2006

Year of Established:

March, 2007

Total Land:

16 ha

Total Cultivable Land:

10 ha

Under Buildings

1.5 ha

Under Demonstration Units:

0.5 ha

Under Crops:

1 ha

Orchard:

2.5 ha

 

Infrastructure –

Sl. No.

Name of Buildings

Source of Fund

Date of Completion

Plinth Area (Sq. m)

1

Administrative building

ICAR

05/02/2008

547

2

Farmers Hostel

ICAR

09/01/2008

305

3

Head-cum-Sr. Scientiests' Quarters (1 No.)

ICAR

19/05/2009

110

4

Scientists' Quarters ( 2 Nos.)

ICAR

20/12/2008

75 sq m each

5

Twin quarters

ICAR

07/05/2008

117

6

Supporting staff quarters

ICAR

10/09/2008

40

7

Biofertilizer unit

ICAR

25/04/2013

64.8

8

Mushroom Unit

DRDA

01/01/2012

39.69

9

Azola Unit

RKVY

 

58.58

10

Compost and Vermcompost Unit

RKVY

 

52.47

11

Semi Automatic Poly House

ICAR

16/05/2012

138.55

12

DBT-AAU satellite centre for production of biofertilizer

& biopesticide

DBT

01/08/2013

34.37

13

Fencing

ICAR

29/06/2012

678 running mtrs

 

Mandate, Aims and Objectives of the Centre:
Mandate:
- Technology Assessment and Demonstration for its Application and Capacity Development
- On-farm testing to assess the location specificity of agricultural technologies under various farming systems.
- Frontline demonstrations to establish production potential of technologies on the farmers’ fields.
- Capacity development of farmers and extension personnel to update their knowledge and skills on modern agricultural technologies.
- 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.
- Provide farm advisories using ICT and other media means on varied subjects of interest to farmers
- In addition, production of quality technological products (seeds, planting material, bio-agent, livestock) and make it available to farmers
- Organize front line activities
- Identify and document selected farm innovations and converge with ongoing schemes and programs within the mandate of KVK
Vision:
Science and technology-led growth leading to enhanced productivity, profitability and sustainability of agriculture
Mission:
Farmer-centric growth in agriculture and allied sectors through application of appropriate technologies in specific agro-ecosystem perspective
Thrust areas of ongoing research and extension activities:
1. Increasing production and productivity of rain-fed rice (quality seed)
2. Increasing production and productivity of pulses and oilseeds
3. Emphasis on of horticultural crops
4. Enhancing production, productivity and quality tea mainly of the small tea growers
5. Emphasis on Integrated nutrient, disease and pest management for sustainable agriculture
6. Enhancing production and productivity of milk, egg, meat, fish and sericulture enterprise
7. Entrepreneurship development by enhancing skill and motivation of rural unemployed youth for taking up various agro based vocations
8. Introduction of technology for reducing drudgery of farm women
Education/Awareness, vocational and other training programmes: Number of programmes conducted- for extension functionaries, rural youth, progressive farmers, farm women etc.; number of invited lectures delivered as resource person in trainings etc. organized by external agencies (since 2009)

 

KVK activities since 2008-09

Event

KVK Trainings

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Total

EF

02

06

07

09

06

08

03

07

48

RY

01

00

09

15

15

18

11

27

96

PF & FW

41

64

43

33

40

60

17

50

348

Sponsored

7

14

11

12

28

23

32

16

143

Vocational

 

 

 

 

07

05

03

02

17

Lectured delivered as resource person

9

-

-

-

21

25

-

-

54

 

Extension activities: No. of OFT, MLT, FLD, Field Day, Farmers’ Fair etc. conducted since 2009

Event

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Total

OFT

8

9

15

9

12

12

12

26

103

FLD

2

7

11

4

8

13

12

20

77

Field Day

1

3

7

2

5

6

6

10

40

Plant Health Camp

2

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

03

Diagnostic visit

 

 

 

 

 

25

33

27

85

Technology week

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

02

Awareness camp

 

3

3

5

1

10

5

03

30

Kisan Mela/ Exhibition

 

1

 

 

 

 

1

03

05

Exposure visit

 

 

 

1

2

3

1

04

11

Extension bulletin

3

2

 

 

 

4

 

08

17

Article

6

17

19

6

15

15

9

0

87

PRA

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

02

Farmer-Scientist Interaction

 

2

1

 

2

6

5

4

17

Advisory service / Bulk SMS

10

0

0

29

33

62

40

76

250

Radio talk

2

4

2

11

14

3

3

16

55

News coverage

15

0

0

0

13

6

8

10

52

TV programme

2

4

1

4

10

6

4

0

31

Special day celebration

 

 

1

1

1

0

1

02

6

Soil Health Card Distribution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1250

1250

 

Laboratory facilities:  01 No.
Laboratory Instruments available are Horizontal Laminar air flow, Rotary shaker, Portable pH meter, Digital balance (5kg),
BOD incubator, Vertical autoclave, Hot air oven ( 1 no of each item)
Farm Production as on 2015-16

SN

Name of the Product

Qty

Gross income

1

PSB

941 pkts (each 200 gm)

14040.00

2

Azospirillum

426  pkts (each 200 gm)

7020.00

3

Azotobacter

505 pkts (each 200 gm)

7740.00

4

Rhizobium

0.25 qt

1875.00

5

Enriched compost

50 pkts(1 kg Each)

1000.00

6

Vermicompost

8.74 qt

3752.00

7

Compost

10.2 qt

-

8

Azolla  (Azola caroliniana)

7.223qt

150.00

9

Bioveer (Trichoderma viride)

2510 pkts (25.1 qt)

2,00,800.00

 

 

Total

2,36,377.00

 

Schemes –

Scheme

Activity

Date/ Month of initiation

Funding agency

RKVY

Technology showcasing of winter rice

 

Director of Research, AAU, Jorhat

RKVY

Foundation seed production of black gram

2014-15

Director of Research, AAU, Jorhat

PPV and FR

Awareness programme

2015-16

PPV and FR

 

Hybrid vegetable production and Mushroom production

2015-16

IIHR, Bengaluru

TSP

Improved potato cultivation under post

 flood situation (under TSP)

2015-16

Director of Research, AAU, Jorhat

 

Research Projects: Ongoing research programmes are:
1. Technology Demonstration Component (TDC) of NICRA (National Initiatives on Climate Resilient Agriculture) – Continuation from 2011-12 till date.
2. Production of biopesticides and biofertilizers under DBT-funded AAU satellite centre – Continuation from 2012-13.
3. Certified seed production of winter rice under technology Showcasing Programme.
Completed projects are: List out the completed projects for which Final Project Reports have been submitted (since 2009)
1. Farmers Participatory Action Research Programme (FPARP-II) – Soil Moisture Conservation using mulching.
2. Foundation seed production of black gram (IPU-94-1)
Future strategies and role of the KVK for development of agriculture in the state:
Short term Plan: Science and technology-led growth leading to enhanced productivity, profitability and sustainability of agriculture.
Long term Plan: Farmer-centric growth in agriculture and allied sectors through application of time driven appropriate technologies in specific agro-ecosystem perspective.