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National Funded Research Projects

  1. Intellectual property management transfer/commercialization of agricultural technologies. (Parveen Kumar, D.S. Bundela, R.K. Singh, Jogendra Singh and Anshuman Singh)
  2. Guidance on identification of problem areas and Design and evaluation of subsurface drainage projects Haryana. (D.K. Sharma, S.K. Kamra (PI), Anil R. Chinchmalatpure, R.S. Tripathi, R.L. Meena and S.K. Gupta)
  3. National project on transgenic in Crops. (Functional Genomics component) salinity tolerance in rice. (S.L. Krishnamurthy and P.C. Sharma) - NRCPB, New Delhi
  4. Establishment of National Database on rice. (S.L. Krishnamurthy and Jogendra Singh) - DBT, New Delhi
  5. DBT India-IRRI Network project “From QTL to variety: Market assisted breeding of abiotic stress tolerant rice varieties with major QTLs for drought, submergence and salt tolerance”. (P.C. Sharma and S.L. Krishnamurthy)
  6. Stress tolerant rice for poor farmers in Africa and south Asia under BMGF project (STRASA Phase 3). (D.K. Sharma, Krishnamurthy S.L, P.C. Sharma, B. Maji, D. Burman, S.K. Sarangi, S. Mandal, Vinay Kumar Mishra and Y.P. Singh)- BMGF
  7. Improved irrigation, groundwater and multiple water use technologies for enhancing water productivity in North West India (S.K. Kamra, Satyendra Kumar, Ranbir Singh, S.K. Singh, Bhaskar Narjary and D.K. Sharma)
  8. Microbial bioremediation of wastewater for heavy metals. (P.K. Joshi)
  9. National project on transgenics in Crops. (Functional Genomics component) salinity tolerance in rice. (S.L. Krishnamurthy and S.K. Sharma)
  10. Improvement of wheat for salt tolerance using molecular approach. ( P.C. Sharma and Arvind Kumar)
  11. Utilization of fly ash for increasing crop productivity by improving hydro-physical behaviour of sodic soils of Uttar Pradesh. (V.K. Mishra, T. Damodaran, S.K. Jha and Shefali Srivastava) – DST, NEW Delhi
  12. Multilocation evaluation of bread wheat germplasm (Neeraj Kulshreshtha)
  13. Control of waterlogging and salinity through agroforestry interventions. (S.K. Chaudhari, C.B. Pandey and Anil Chinchmalatpure)
  14. Carbon sequestration potential in plantation forestry and agricultural land uses for mitigating climate change and increasing crop productivity on Gangetic basin. (C.B. Pandey, S.K. Chaudhari and Parveen Kumar).
  15. Understanding the adaptation mechanism of wild forage halophytes in the extreme saline-sodic Kachchh plains for enhancing feed resources. [(Ashwani Kumar (CPI), Arvind Kumar, Devi Dayal, Shamsudheen Mangalaseery and J.P. Singh)] - NFBSFARA, ICAR, New Delhi
  16. Collaborative project on “Improving crop and water productivity in Indira Gandhi Canal Command Area”. (D.S Bundela, CPI) - ICAR-ICARDA
  17. Holistic approach for improving livelihood security through livestock based farming system in Barabanki and Raebareli district of U.P. (T. Damodaran, D.K. Sharma and V.K. Mishra)
  18. Groundwater resource management to mitigate the impact of climate change in Punjab and Haryana. (Satyendra Kumar, S.K. Kamra, Bhasker Narjary and R.K. Yadav) - NICRA, ICAR, New Delhi
  19. Assessment of municipal solid waste in conjunction with chemical amendments of harnessing productivity potential of salt affected soils. (Y.P. Singh, Sanjay Arora and Vinay Kumar Mishra) -UPCAR
 

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Dr. Raju, R., Scientist (Agricultural Economics) awarded for Best Paper Presentation (Male) in the memory of Shri. Bhau Punaji Hile Memorial Award in the 2nd International Conference of Agricultural Economics-2017 of Maharashtra Society of Agricultural Economics (MSAE) held during 10-11th February 2017 at MPKV, Rahuri (Maharashtra)


Dr. Sanjay Arora, Principal Scientist awarded prestigious `J.S. Bali award 2016' at 1st Asian Conference, Raipur


Dr. D.K.Sharma Principal Scientist & Ex. Director awarded Gold Medal by Indian Society of Agronomy during the 4th International Agronomy Congress 2016 for his outstanding contribution in the field of salt-affected soils and use of poor quality waters


Dr V.K Mishra Head ,ICAR-Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Regional Research Station, Lucknow received Dr M.S Swaminathan Award for his significant contribution in management of sodic soil in Uttar Pradesh


Mr. Arijit Barman has been awarded a `Best Poster Award' in International Conference sponsored by Indian Society of Soil Science & Land Use Planning, Nagpur held on 10-13, November, 2016


Dr. P.C. Sharma joined as Director of Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal on 7th October 2016


Dr Subhasis Mandal awarded Lal Bahadur Shastri Outstanding Young Scientist Award of ICAR for the year 2015


Dr. Ajay Kumar Bhardwaj has been awarded “Lal Bahadur Shastri Outstanding Young Scientist Award” of ICAR for 2015. He bagged the award for Natural Resource Management and Agricultural Engineering


CSSRI got the `Certification of Registration ISO 9001:2008'


 

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