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SAMETI Annual Progress Report (2021-22)  ||   SAMETI Training Calendar of the year 2022-23 (वार्षिक प्रशिक्षण कार्यक्रम: वर्ष 2022-23)
  • ATIC
  • KVK'S
  • Dr. A.K. Sharma
  • Director Extension Education/ Director SAMETI Uttarakhand
  • G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Pantnagar – 263145, Uttarakhand, India

  • Contacts
  • Phone:+91-5944-233336,234811 (O)
  • Fax: + 91-5944-233473,234671
  • E-mail: dirextedugbp[at]gmail

  • Visit Our Website

About Us

About Us

The Directorate of Extension Education is actively involved in transfer of latest technologies emerging out of research laboratories to the farmers’ fields and getting feedback for further fruitful linkages. The Directorate of Extension Education in this university started functioning in 1962 in Nainital district with a team of only three scientists. Later on, the services were extended to 16 districts of undivided Uttar Pradesh, which were further, extended to 19 districts of western plains and hill in the year 1973. Finally, the jurisdiction area of the Directorate extended to 28 districts before the formation of Uttarakhand in 2000. In newly created state of Uttarakhand, the area of responsibility of the university was all districts of Uttarakhand, which is presently limited to 9 districts (Almora, Chamoli, Champawat, Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital, Pithoragarh, Rudrapurayag and U.S. Nagar) including 3 districts of tarai/bhabhar and plains. Because of the varied agro climatic, geographical, and biophysical and socio economic conditions of the state, the work of validation and refinement of newly developed technologies and transfer of technologies has become very challenging. The Directorate of Extension Education accepted this challenge and is performing various extension activities through different units like 9 KVKs (working at grass root level), training and visit unit, SAMETI- Uttarakhand, ATIC at headquarter and extension wings of different colleges.

Our Vision:

To see Self Reliant, Healthy Rural Populous with Rich Agricultural Knowledge and Good Marketing Intelligence

Our Mission:

  • To bridge up the agricultural technology gap at grass root level
  • To educate rural people to attain/participate in development
  • To create awareness about health, hygiene, environment and bio-diversity conservation for sustainable development
  • To link farmers with newly emerging globalized world by providing them information and guidance
  • To develop a system of effective research and extension linkages
  • To generate employment in the field of agriculture and allied disciplines
  • To integrate ICTs in rural system for overall development of rural population.

  • Mandate

  • Organization of farm advisory services at the doorstep of the farmers in the state.
  • Transfer of newly agriculture related technologies using different extension methodologies.
  • Imparting trainings for capacity building of human resource.
  • Enhancing agricultural vocation in the state.
  • Mediation between researchers and farmers to develop demand driven technology for the state.
  • Providing services to the farmers of the state through a single window system.
  • Facilitation in planning, implementation, execution and monitoring of the agricultural development in the state.
  • Encouragement to work in groups at grass root level for overall development.

  • Our Units:

  • Headquarters at University
  • Agriculture Technology Information Centre (ATIC)
  • Training & Visit Unit of Headquarters
  • Translating Research for Eco-Agriculture Transformation (TREAT)
  • State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute (SAMETI), Uttarakhand
  • Nine KVKs (working at grass root level) in nine districts (Almora, Chamoli, Champawat, Dehradun, Haridwar, Pithoragarh, Nainital, Rudraprayag, U.S. Nagar) of Uttarakhand.

  • Functions and Activities:

    1. Dissemination of innovative technologies through Krishi Vigyan Kendras.
    2. Impart trainings and visit programmes at headquarters.
    3. To serve as a single window system for providing information, literature and agricultural inputs like seeds and planting material through Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC).
    4. To mediate for researchers to update them with field problems of farmers and to help them in developing "Demand Driven Technology.”
    5. To make stakeholders of district line departments instrumental in agricultural development through State Agricultural Management & Extension Training Institute, Uttarakhand (SAMETI-Uttarakhand).
    6. To develop extension literature and its distribution among farmers and extension functionaries.
    7. To organize All India Farmers’ Fair and Agro-industrial Exhibition twice in a year.

    The Directorate of Extension Education is headed by Director Extension Education. It functions on the recommendations of Extension Advisory Committee. The Vice Chancellor is the Chairman of Extension Advisory Committee.

    The flow chart given below describes the organizational set up of the Directorate of Extension Education at the University level.

    Agriculture Technology Information Centre (ATIC):

    Established on 26th August, 2001 with the financial support of ICAR, which acts as one stop shop for the farmers and other stakeholders.


    The center is functioning with the following objectives:

  • To provide better coordination and intensive interaction between the researchers and technology users beyond individual research units of the University in contributing towards the dissemination of information.
  • To serve as a "Single Window System" with an objective to help farmers and other stakeholders such as farmer-entrepreneurs, extension workers, development agencies, Non-Government Agencies (NGOs) and private sector organizations to provide solutions for their location- specific problems in agriculture and make available all the technological information along with technology inputs and products.
  • To build up required confidence among farmers and to strengthen linkage between the University and the farmers.
  • To provide diagnostic services such as soil and water testing, plant diseases and livestock health diagnosis and advisory services accordingly.
  • To sale and distribute improved products emerging as a result of research being done at different colleges and research centres of the university like seeds, planting materials, livestock breeds, fish seed, poultry strains and processed products etc.
  • To provide overview of improved technologies through published literatures and other communication materials.
  • To overcome technology dissemination loss by providing direct access of farmers to improved expertise as well as technological products.
  • To provide an opportunity to the colleges/research centres to have resource generation through sale of their technologies and technological products.
  • Participation in state festivals and exhibitions.

  • Diagnosis and advisory service

  • Diagnosis of plant/crop/livestock problems
  • Management of field problems
  • Analysis of soil samples
  • First hand information to approaching farmers

  • Help line Service

  • The ATIC addresses queries/problems of the farmers through Kisan Helpline service (05944-234810 & 05944-235580) and Kisan Call centre (Toll free 1800 180 1551).
  • ATIC is also connected with farmers for on-line solutions through Village Resource Centre (VRC) established with the help of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

  • Publications by ATIC

    कृषि प्रौद्योगिकी सूचना केन्द्र (एटिक) पर बिक्री हेतु उपलब्ध साहित्यों की सूची

    क्र.सं. पुस्तकों का नाम दर प्रति पुस्तक (रू0) डाक खर्च + पैकिंग चार्ज अतिरिक्त (रू0) एक प्रति का कुल (रू0)
    1. पंतनगर किसान डायरी 2020-21 120.00 50.00 170.00
    2. व्यावहारिक मशरुम उत्पादन 40.00 30.00 70.00
    3. पशुओं की स्वास्थ्य रक्षा 40.00 30.00 70.00
    4. दुधारू पशुओं का प्रबन्धन 35.00 30.00 65.00
    5. फल वृक्षों की जीर्णोद्धार तकनीकी 35.00 30.00 65.00
    6. महत्वपूर्ण औषधीय एवं सगंध पौधों का कृषिकरण 30.00 30.00 60.00
    7. सब्जी एवं मसालों की खेती 30.00 30.00 60.00
    8. मछली पालन 30.00 30.00 60.00
    9. पुष्प उत्पादन 30.00 30.00 60.00
    10. पौष्टिक एवं स्वास्थ्यवर्धक व्यंजन 30.00 30.00 60.00
    11. व्यावहारिक मधुमक्खी पालन 30.00 30.00 60.00

    उपरोक्त साहित्य मँगाने हेतु प्रभारी अधिकारी, एटिक के नाम मनीआर्डर अथवा बैंक ड्राफ्ट, भारतीय स्टेट बैंक (कोड 1133)/पी.एन.बी. (कोड 4446), पंतनगर पर देय को निम्नलिखित पते पर भेजें। पोस्टल आर्डर एवं चैक स्वीकार्य नहीं हैं।

    उपरोक्त साहित्यों को ऑनलाइन के माध्यम से ATIC Revolving Fund ।A/c No. 10773372317, भारतीय स्टेट बैंक, पंतनगर, IFSC Code- SBIN0001133, में भुगतान करके भी मँगाया जा सकता है। भुगतान करने के पश्चात् व्हाट्सएप नम्बर 7817005216 पर सम्पर्क करें।

    सम्पर्क सूत्र:

    प्रभारी अधिकारी
    कृशि प्रौद्योगिकी सूचना केन्द्र (एटिक)
    गोविन्द बल्लभ पंत कृशि एवं प्रौद्योगिक विश्वविद्यालय
    पंतनगर-263145, जिला-ऊधम सिंह नगर (उत्तराखण्ड)
    फोन-05944-234810, 235580, फैक्स-05944-233473
    मो. 7579174120, 7817005216, ई-मेलः

    Krishi Vigyan Kendras:

    The first Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) as a grass root-level unit of extension education & technology transfer funded by ICAR under the jurisdiction of G. B. Pant Univ. of Agri. and Tech., Pantnagar was established in 1984 at the Hill Campus, Ranichauri (Tehri Garhwal). Consequently, during 1994 to 1998, a total of 11 KVKs were established at different districts of Utter Pradesh. Out of these, only two KVKs (KVK, Tehri and Champawat) remained with this University at the time of formation of Uttarakhand in 2000. During year 2004, ICAR allotted 09 new KVKs to University. Presently, out of 13 KVKs in Uttarakhand, 9 are working under the aegis of this university except in district Uttarkashi, Bageshwar, Tehri Garhwal and Pauri Garhwal. In addition of above 09 KVKs, two additional KVKs one at Joshimath (District Chamoli) and other at Munshyari (District Pithoragarh) are also proposed and will be established soon.

    SN KVK District Establishment Year Address
    1. Matela Almora February 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Matela Distt -Almora, 263601
    2. Gwaldam Chamoli February 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Gwaldam, Distt.-Chamoli-246441
    3. Lohaghat Champawat October 1994 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Sui, P.O. Galchaura, Lohaghat Champawat-262504
    4. Dhakrani Dehradun June 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Dhakrani,Herbertpur Distt.-Dehradun 248001
    5. Dhanauri Haridwar February 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Dhanauri Distt.- Haridwar-249404
    6. Gaina- Aincholi Pithoragarh June 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Gaina- Aincholi, Distt.-Pithoragarh
    7. Jakhdhar Rudraprayag February 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Jakhdhar Via-Guptakashi Distt.- Rudraprayag-246439
    8. Jeolikote Nainital June 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jeolikote, Distt.-Nainital Nainital
    9. Kashipur U.S. Nagar June 2004 Krishi Vigyan Kendra Kashipur Distt. U.S. Nagar

    Mandate of KVKs:

    1. Collaborate with the Subject Matter Specialists of the State Agricultural Universities/Scientists of the National Agriculture Research Project (NARP), National Agricultural Extension Project (NAEP) and the State Extension Personnel in “on-farm testing”, refining and documenting technologies for developing region-specific sustainable land use systems.
    2. Organize training to update the Extension Personnel with emerging advances in agricultural research on regular basis.
    3. Organize long-term vocational training courses in agriculture and allied vocation for the rural youths with emphasis on “learning by doing” for generating self-employment through institutional financing.
    4. Organize front-line demonstrations in various crops to generate production data and get feedback information.
    5. Production and sale of quality seeds and planting materials.

    Specific objectives of KVKs in Uttarakhand:

  • Increasing crop productivity by adopting improved production technology i.e. use of high yielding varieties, use of balance dose of fertilizers including compost and bio-fertilizers, adopting appropriate measures of plant protection, use of agricultural implements etc.
  • Testing and evaluation of various technologies under complex, diverse and risk prone agriculture system of hilly areas.
  • Organize vocational training programme on horticulture and nursery management, bee keeping, small animals (angora rabbits), mushroom cultivation, dairy, poultry, off-season vegetable crops, medicinal and aromatic plants, craft work, sericulture, post-harvest management & value addition of food crops and other relevant areas.
  • Getting first hand scientific feedback from the field and passing it on to research system.
  • Providing training support to state development department.
  • Popularization of concept of “Diversification of agriculture” to make small and marginal holdings more profitable.
  • Increasing livestock productivity through improvement in breeds of cattle and buffaloes.
  • Increasing green fodder availability and improving nutritional status.
  • Popularization of low draft improved agriculture implements.
  • To develop production technology for spices, medicinal and aromatic plants.
  • Improving economic level of villagers/farmers by introducing seed production programme of European vegetables/varieties and cultivation of low volume high value crops.

  • Activities of KVKs:

    Basic activities carried out at KVKs of the University are:
    1. Trainings
    2. FLD on Oilseeds and Pulses
    3. FLD on other than oilseeds and Pulses
    4. OFTs
    5. Other Extension Activities


    S.No. Name of KVK Name of Programme Coordinator/Officer Incharge Address Contact No. E-mail
    Almora Dr. S.S. Singh
    Programme Coordinator
    KVK, Matela (Kosi), Distt.- Almora-263643 9761969696, 8475001596 kvkalmora[at]gmail[dot]com
    Chamoli Sri Anil Panwar
    Officer In-charge
    KVK, Gwaldam, Distt.- Chamoli-246441 8474924343, 9411188970 kvkchamoli[at]rediffmail[dot]com
    Champawat Dr. M.P. Singh
    Officer In-charge
    KVK, Lohaghat, P.O.- Gulchora, Distt.-Champawat-262524 9412925543 officerinchargekvklohaghat[at]gmail[dot]com
    Dehradun Dr. A.K. Sharma
    Programme Coordinator
    KVK, Dhakrani, P.O.- Herbertpur, Distt.-Dehradun-248142 8475002277 kvkdehradun[at]gmail[dot]com
    Haridwar Dr. Purushottam Kumar
    Officer In-charge
    KVK, Dhanauri, Distt.- Haridwar-247667 9411177299, 8475002233 kvkharidwar[at]gmail[dot]com
    Nainital Dr. V.K. Doharey
    Programme Coordinator
    KVK, Jeolikote, Distt.- Nainital-263135 7500241504, 9412966838 kvknainital[at]rediffmail[dot]com, vijaydoharey[at]gmail[dot]com
    Pithoragarh Dr. G.S. Bisht
    Officer In-charge
    KVK, Gaina Aincholi, Distt.-Pithouragarh-262530 9412344527 kvkpithoragarh[at]yahoo[dot]com
    Rurdraprayag Dr. Sanjay Sachan
    Officer In-charge
    KVK, Jakhdhar, Via Guptkashi, Distt.-Rudra Prayag-246439 9450410994 kvkjakh[at]rediffmail[dot]com
    Udham Singh Nagar Dr. J. Kwatra
    Programme Coordinator
    Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Sugarcane Research & KVK, Bajpur Road, Kashipur, Distt.-Udham Singh Nagar-244713 7500241509 kvkkashipur[at]gmail[dot]com

    Projects Initiated

    1. Farmer FIRST (Farm Innovation Resources Science Technology) Running at Department of Agricultural Extension and Communication, College of Agriculture, Pantnagar funded by ICAR amounting Rs. 17.50lakh

    2. ARYA Running at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Haridwar and Nainital funded by ICAR amounting Rs. 2.79 lakh

    3. District Agromet Unit (DAMU) running at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Almora, Nainital and Pithoragarh funded by ICAR amounting Rs. 14.34 lakh

    4. NICRA running at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Champawat funded by ICAR amounting Rs. 5.47 lakh

    5. United Nation Environment Programme running at Headquarter funded by UN amounting Rs. 8.29 lakh

    6. State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute (SAMETI), Uttarakhand

    7. Cluster Front Line Demonstration (CFLD) on Pulses Running at all Krishi Vigyan Kendras

    8. Cluster Front Line Demonstration (CFLD) on Oilseed Running at all Krishi Vigyan Kendras

    9. Skill Development Courses

    10. Swachhta Action Plan

    11. ATMA

    12. Honey Mission


    State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute (SAMETI)

    To meet the requirement of capacity building, a large number of training activities are needed in the areas of technical as well as human resource management in Agriculture, SAMETI is a State level institution which is autonomous with greater flexibility in structure and functioning and are responsible for organizing need based training programmes for the project implementation functionaries of different line departments as well as the farming community. This can be achieved through linkages with other technical and management institutions in the State to support desired training input. 'SAMETI' has to function with the technical guidance of the National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management.

    SAMETI-Uttarakhand was established in September, 2005 under ‘Support to Extension Reform Programme with the financial support of Govt. of India and registered under Society Act 1860 on August 30, 2006. It is headed by Director Extension Education, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (Uttarakhand).

    SAMETI BackGround

    In order to successfully combat a large scale frequent pest and disease outbreak, which has become a common feature in the State, a training centre in Plant Protection has been established as Plant Protection Training Centre (PPTC) in 1965 with a view to build a cadre of well informed and competent technical personnel for effectively tackling crop pests and diseases. The Institute was renamed as State Institute of Plant Protection and Pest Surveillance (SIPP& PS), with a view to emphasis on Pest Surveillance. The centre has been progressively developed into full pledged State level "Agricultural Staff Training Institute" (ASTI) by merging the Soil Conservation Training Centre (SCTC) at Hyderabad during 1989. Again in the year 1999, the Institute was upgraded and converted as an autonomous body as State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute (SAMETI) under National Agricultural Technology Project (NATP) of World Bank and will be the nodal agency for the Agricultural Technology Management Agencies (ATMAs) of the entire State.


    1. To Develop systematic linkage between State, Regional and International Institution of outstanding accomplishment in the field of Agricultural Extension Management.
    2. To gain insight into Agricultural Extension Management System and Policies together with problems and constraints at each step and stage.
    3. To identify, appreciate and develop modern management tools, techniques in problem solving approaches utilizing the mechanism of personal management, resource management, input management and finally the conflict management at the organization level.
    4. To develop skill on organizing need based field programme for training and re-training of senior and field level functionaries for executing extension programme.
    5. To conduct programme oriented researches in the area of Agricultural Extension Management as a sequel to provide feedback to training programme. Such kind and types of researches will generally be undertaken on the recommendation and issues emanating from training and vice-versa.
    6. To serve as repository of ideas and develop information, regional communication and documentation service etc. in regard to the subject of Agricultural Extension Management.
    7. To forge linkage with national and regional institution under suggested programme of institutional collaboration and employment of consultants.

    Key functions of SAMETI-Uttarakhand

    1. To provide capacity building support in extension management related areas to the extension functionaries both from public and private sectors.
    2. To provide need based consultancy services in the areas like project planning, appraisal, implementation etc.
    3. To develop and promote the application of management tools for improving the effectiveness of agricultural extension services through better management of human and material resources.
    4. To organize need based training programmes for middle level and grass-root level agricultural extension functionaries.
    5. To develop modules on management, communication, Participatory Methodologies etc, as a sequel to the feedback from training programmes.

    Trainings Organized:

    S.No. Year No. of Training No. of Participants
    2005-06 01 50
    2006-07 16 240
    2007-08 20 345
    2008-09 08 124
    2009-10 15 267
    2010-11 12 195
    2011-12 11 189
    2012-13 18 338
    2013-14 17 360
    2014-15 22 423
    2015-16 21 389
    2016-17 11 204
    2017-18 21 402
    2018-19 06 120
    2019-20 25 412
    2020-21 19 592
    2021-22 21 1117
    Total 264 5767

    Success Stories in Booklet Form : 12

    S.No. Title of Success Story
    कृषि विविधिकरण से बढ़ता-आर्थिक सशक्तिकरण
    सफलता की कुंजी-मत्स्य पालन
    उन्नत प्रजातियों के प्रयोग व यंत्रीकरण से बढ़ती खुशहाली
    सब्जी उत्पादन द्वारा धन उत्पादन
    मशरूम उत्पादन तकनीक अपनायी-घर में खुशिया लायी
    सब्जी उत्पादन में दिखायी-समृद्धि की राह
    सब्जी उत्पादन तथा पशुपालन आधारित समंवित कृषि प्रणाली द्वारा प्रगति के पथ पर
    उन्नति की राह दिखाता-मशरूम व बेमौसमी सब्जी उत्पादन
    बेमौसमी सब्जी उत्पादन द्वारा आय संवर्धन
    सब्जी व दुग्ध उत्पादन-सतत् आय का साधन
    प्रगति की राह दिखाती-जैविक खेती
    समन्वित कृषि प्रणाली से बढ़ती आर्थिक एवं सामाजिक प्रतिष्ठा

    D- Diploma in Agricultural Extension Services for Input Dealers (DAESI) :

    Agri-Input Dealers in the country are a prime source of farm information to the farming community, besides the supply of inputs and credit. However, majority of these dealers do not have formal agricultural education. In order to build their technical competency in agriculture and to facilitate them to serve the farmers better and to act as para extension professionals, National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE) has launched a self-financed “One-year Diploma in Agricultural Extension Services for Input Dealers (DAESI) Program” during the year 2003 with a course fee of Rs.20,000.00. Due to positive impact of the program, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India has decided to implement this program for Input dealers in all the states of the country. The program is implemented by MANAGE through State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institutes (SAMETIs). The technical information is delivered through Contact Classes by Agricultural Experts and Practitioners at district level on Sundays or Market holidays for 48 days including field visits.

    As far as SAMETI-Uttarakhand is concern, the institute has successfully organized two batches of diploma course in which 69 input dealers have been trained. Presently, another batch is going on in which 40 dealers are enrolled.

    E- Post Graduate Diploma in Agricultural Extension Management (PGDAEM):

    Transforming subsistence agriculture into profitable agriculture is a great challenge before the extension functionaries in India. It is a well known fact that farmers’ need for the latest knowledge has risen as the focus shifted from subsistence to profitable agriculture, where as, the knowledge of the public extension functionaries has not enhanced adequately due to their engagement in multifarious activities and lack of opportunities for knowledge and skill up gradation. As a result, the knowledge gap between the challenges ahead and existing capabilities among extension functionaries has been widened.

    In order to bridge this ever increasing gap in knowledge, a Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Agricultural Extension Management (PGDAEM) at MANAGE has been launched for the agricultural extension functionaries. It is expected that the diploma would create a professional cadre of farm advisors in the country who eventually would take forward the agenda of agricultural extension.

    National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE) has launched this course in the year 2007-08 especially for the public extension functionaries in distance learning mode.

    As far as SAMETI-Uttarakhand is concern, Fifty four (54) Extension Officers have been completed the diploma course in 09 years/batches.

    F- Pant Prasar Sandesh Magzine:

    Directorate of Extension Education/SAMETI-Uttarakhand, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) is publishing quarterly Hindi magzine “Pant Prasar Sandesh” since last 15 years. The magzine is quite popular among farming community, comprises of forthcoming agricultural activities, training programmes to be organized by Directorate, new technology/success stories and major achievements of Krishi Vigyan Kendras in the last quarter. The magzine has four issues in each year.

    SAMETI Annual Progress Report (2021-22)    Click Here

    Training and Visit Unit

    The Directorate of Extension has a separate unit to conduct the short and medium term training programmes throughout the year for farmers, farm women, rural youths, school drop-outs and other stake holders. The University has good infrastructure to organize different training programmes.

    प्रशिक्षण कार्यक्रम परिचयः

    गोविन्द बल्लभ पंत कृषि एवं प्रौद्योगिक विष्वविद्यालय, पंतनगर के प्रसार शिक्षा निदेशालय के अन्तर्गत प्रशिक्षण एंव भ्रमण इकाई में प्रशिक्षण कार्यक्रमों का नियोजन, प्रबन्धन एवं संचालन किया जाता है। प्रशिक्षण कार्यक्रमों का आयोजन प्रसार कार्यकर्ताओं, अधिकारियों, प्रशासनिक अधिकारियों, कृषि निवेश संस्था के कर्मचारियों, जलागम प्रबन्ध परियोजना के कर्मचारियों एवं लाभार्थियों, गैर सरकारी स्वयंसेवी संस्थाओं के लाभार्थियो, कृषकों, कृषक महिलाओं एवं बेरोजगार युवक-युवतियों आदि के लिए किया जाता है।

    प्रशिक्षण का मुख्य उद्देश्य प्रसार कर्मियों तथा अधिकारियों के व्यावहारिक तकनीकी ज्ञान एवं कार्यदक्षता में निरन्तर वृद्धि करना है, जिससे कार्य निष्पादन में निरन्तर सुधार हो सके तथा कृषि एवं पशुपालन में बदलती हुई परिस्थितियों के सन्दर्भ में क्षमता का विकास कर उनके दायित्वों के निर्वहन हेतु सक्षम बनाया जा सके। साथ ही विभिन्न परिस्थितियों में कार्य कर रही संस्थाओं, उद्यमियों तथा किसानों के तकनीकी ज्ञान में वृद्धि के साथ-साथ उत्पादन एवं गुणवत्ता में सुधार लाया जा सके।

    प्रशिक्षण का आयोजन विभिन्न विभागों, संस्थाओं तथा संगठनों की मांग के अनुरूप किया जाता है। ये प्रशिक्षण विभिन्न महाविद्यायों-यथा कृषि महाविद्यालय, पशुचिकित्सा एवं पशुपालन महाविद्यालय, गृह विज्ञान महाविद्यालय, विज्ञान एवं मानविकी महाविद्यालय, प्रौद्योगिकी महाविद्यालय, मत्स्य विज्ञान महाविद्यालय तथा कृषि व्यवसाय प्रबन्धन महाविद्यालय के वैज्ञानिकों के सहयोग से वर्ष भर आयोजित किये जाते हैं।

    अनुसंधान प्रक्षेत्रः
    प्रशिक्षण अवधि में प्रशिक्षणार्थियों को विभिन्न महाविद्यालयों की प्रयोगशालाओं, सूचना केन्द्रों के साथ-साथ मुख्य परिसर में स्थित फसल अनुसंधान केन्द्र, बीज उत्पादन केन्द्र, सब्जी अनुसंधान केन्द्र, उद्यान अनुसंधान केन्द्र, मशरूम अनुसंधान केन्द्र, आदर्श पुष्प विज्ञान केन्द्र, औषधीय एवं सगन्ध पौध अनुसंधान एवं विकास केन्द्र, मत्स्य अनुसंधान केन्द्र, शैक्षणिक डेयरी फार्म, शैक्षणिक कुक्कुट फार्म के साथ-साथ बीज विधायन संयन्त्र आदि का भी भ्रमण कराया जाता है, जिससे विभिन्न केन्द्रों पर हो रहे अनुसंधान कार्यक्रमों से प्रशिक्षणार्थी अवगत हो सकें, साथ ही इन केन्द्रों से प्राप्त सुविधाओं का भविष्य में लाभ उठा सकें।

    Glimpses of Training & Visit unit

    Translating Research for Eco-Agriculture Transformation (TREAT)

    An ecosystem resilient model is the need of the day for safe food and human health. An effort is being made in the vicinity of SAMETI guest house for showcasing vegetable based integrated farming model cum training unit named as TREAT established for demonstration and training purposes. This unit is being established with the concept of chemical free produce linking with the “HEALTH IS WEALTH” concept. Income generation from a small piece of land is also a targeted mandate of this unit. It’s is a self-sustained unit having maximum farmers’ friendly technologies. Vegetable production, poultry, goatery, fisheries, protected cultivation unit etc. are demonstrated in an integrated mode.

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