SENIOR SCIENTIST (Agronomy)

Dr. KailashPrajapat
Scientist,
Division of Technology Evaluation and Transfer,
Central Soil Salinity Research Institute,
Karnal – 132001 (Haryana)
Tel: +91-184- 2209344,
Fax: +91-184-2290480
E-mail: kailash.prajapat@icar.gov.in; kp.agron@gmail.com
Qualifications:
M.Sc. (Ag.) Agronomy
Ph.D.(Agronomy)
Current Research area:
Agronomy
Awards:
Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) Awarded by ICAR New Delhi
Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) byICAR, New Delhi
Beast Hindi article by IARI, New Delhiduring 2012-13
Training attended:

  • 15 days (Oct. 24th –Nov. 07th , 2015) Training Programme on Advance course AsiaConservation Agriculture: Gateway for Productive and Sustainable Cropping Systems at Ludhiana.
  • 4 days (March 02- 05, 2016) Training on Recording of Data in Co-ordinated wheat and barley trials and nurseries at IIWBR, Karnal.

Publications:
1. G.L. Choudhary, K.S. Rana, R.S. Bana and K. Prajapat. 2016. Moisture conservation and zinc fertilization impacts on quality, profitability and moisture use indices of chickpea (Cicerarietinum L.) under limited moisture conditions. Legume Research, 39 (5): 734-740.
2. G.L. Choudhary, K.S. Rana, R.S. Bana, K. Prajapat and A.P. Singh. 2016. Moisture conservation and zinc fertilization impacts on system performance and soil fertility status of pearlmillet-chickpea cropping system under limited moisture conditions. Indian Jounalof Dryland Agriculture Research. & Development, 31(1): 01-08.
3. Prajapat, Kailash, Vyas, A.K. and Shiva Dhar. 2016. Root growth and productivity of wheat, chickpea and potato as influenced by nutrient management practices. International Journal Bio-resource and Stress Management7 (1): 52-59.
4. Prajapat, K., Vyas, A.K. and Shiva Dhar. 2015. Effect of cropping systems and nutrient management practices on growth, productivity, economics and nutrient uptake of soybean (Glycine max). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 85 (9): 1138–1143.
5. Prajapat, K., Vyas, A.K. and Shiva Dhar. 2014. Productivity, profitability and land-use efficiency of soybean (Glycine max)-based cropping systems under different nutrientmanagement practices. Indian Journal of Agronomy 59 (2): 229-234.