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Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar, Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal)
Pantnagar (District Udham Singh Nagar (Nainital))
Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal), India
Pin Code : 263145


Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) is a University recognised by UGC. Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) is also known as Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University (UPAU).


Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) is situated in Pantnagar of Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) is +91-5944-233473, +91-5944-233642.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) is (are) : Telephone: 233649.

email ID(s) is Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal)

Website of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) is www.gbpuat.ac.in.


Contact Details of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT, Pantnagar Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) are : Telephone: +91-5944-233320, 233350, 234260

Dr. U. P. Singh, Director, Placement and Counselling
Phone No. + 91-5944-233642 (Office) 91-5944-233379 (Residence)
e-mail: directortp@rediffmail.com

For College of Technology related placements, kindly contact:
Dr. Akhilesh Kumar, Professor, Training and Placement
College of Technology

E-mail tpc@gbpuat.ernet.in, tpc.gbpuat@indiatimes.com
Phone 05944-233624 (O), 05944-233690 (R), 09411159936 (M)

College of Basic Science and Humanities, Pantnagar


Courses

Department/Course
Agriculture
M.B.A.-Agri Business Management
M.Sc.-Developmental Communications
Ph.D-Developmental Communications

Animal Biotechnology
M.V.Sc-Animal Biotechnology Center

Animal Disease diagnostics Center
M.V.Sc-Animal Disease diagnostics Center

Animal Nutrition
M.V.Sc-Animal Nutrition
Ph. D-Animal Nutrition
Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology & Obstetrics M.V.Sc-Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Ph.D-Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology & Obstetrics

Biochemistry
M.Sc.-Botany

Chemistry
B.Sc.-Chemistry
M.Sc.-Chemistry

Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Ethics & Jurisprudence
M.V.Sc.-Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Ethics & Jurisprudence
Ph.D-Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Ethics & Jurisprudence

Engineering & Technology
B.Tech.-Civil Engineering
B.Tech.-Computer Engineering
B.Tech.-Electrical Engineering
B.Tech.-Electronics and Communication Engineering
B.Tech.-Farm Machinery & Power Engineering
B.Tech.-Mechanical Engineering
B.Tech.-Post Harvest Process & Food Engg.
B.Tech.-Production Engineering
B.Tech.-Soil & Water Conservation Engineering
M.Tech-Civil Engineering
M.Tech-Computer Engineering
M.Tech-Electrical Engineering
M.Tech-Electronics and Communication Engineering
M.Tech-Farm Machinery & Power Engineering
M.Tech-Mechanical Engineering
M.Tech-Post Harvest Process & Food Engg.
M.Tech-Production Engineering
M.Tech-Soil & Water Conservation Engineering
Ph. D-Civil Engineering
Ph.D-Electrical Engineering
Ph.D-Electronics and Communication Engineering
Ph.D-Farm Machinery & Power Engineering
Ph.D-Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D-Post Harvest Process & Food Engg.
Ph.D-Production Engineering
Ph.D-Soil & Water Conservation Engineering

Environmental Sciences
M.Sc.-Environmental Science
Ph.D-Environmental Science

Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
M.V.Sc.-Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
Ph.D-Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine

Fisheries
B.Sc.-Fisheries
M.Sc.-Acquaculture
M.Sc.-Fishery-Biology
Ph.D-Fisheries Resource Management

Genetics & Animal Breeding
M.V.Sc-Genetics & Animal Breeding

Home Science
B.Sc.-Home Science
M.Sc.-Clothing & Textile
M.Sc.-Family Resource Management
M.Sc.-Food Nutrition
M.Sc.-Human Development & Family Studies
Ph.D-Clothing and Textiles
Ph.D-Family Resource Management
Ph.D-Human Nutrition

Livestock Production & Management
M.V.Sc.-Livestock Production & Management
Ph.D-Livestock Production & Management

Livestock Products Technology
M.V.Sc-Livestock Products Technology

Maths
M.Sc.-Agricultural Statistics
M.Sc.-Computer Science
M.Sc.-Mathematics
Ph.D-Mathematics

Mech. Engg.,School of Engineering
M.Sc.-Bio Physics

Microbiology
Ph.D-Microbiology

Science
M.Sc.-Micro Biology

Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Extension
M.V.Sc-Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Extension
Ph. D-Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Extension

Veterinary Anatomy
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Anatomy

Veterinary Biochemistry
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Biochemistry
Ph. D-Veterinary Biochemistry

Veterinary Clinics
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Clinics

Veterinary Microbiology
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Microbiology

Veterinary Parasitology
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Parasitology
Ph.D-Veterinary Parasitology

Veterinary Pathology
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Pathology
Ph.D-Veterinary Pathology

Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology
Ph.D-Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology

Veterinary Public Health
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Public Health
Ph.D-Veterinary Public Health

Veterinary Surgery & Radiology
M.V.Sc-Veterinary Surgery & Radiology
Ph. D-Veterinary Surgery & Radiology


Profile of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology GBPUAT

Profile
Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology is the first agricultural university of India. It was inaguarated by the first Prime minister of India Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on the 17 th of November, 1960 as the Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University (UPAU). Later the name was changed to Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology in 1972 in memory of the great freedom fighter Govind Ballabh Pant. The University lies in the campus-town of Pantnagar in the district of Udham Singh Nagar in the state of Uttarakhand.

Academic Highlights
The University follows a Semester System.

Each academic year has 200 to 210 net instructional days.

A student has to study 5 to 7 courses per semester.

Depending on the quantum of contents of a course a credit weight (2,3, or 4
credits) is assigned to it.

Completion of a degree program requires successful study of courses as
approved by the Academic Council for the program in question.

Course contents of all subjects are periodically updated and new courses are
occasionally added to the degree requirement to cope up with the challanges of
upcoming technology.

The university follows 10 point scale evaluation system.

Each student is evaluated in each course continuously throughout the semester.

Pre-Final exams and laboratory assignments account for 50%-60% of the marks
in a course.

The semester final examinations account for 40%-50% as the case may be.

If a student fails to attain a CGPA of 5.0 at the end of an academic year he/she
is dropped from the University for poor academic performance.
The University ensures individual attention to each and every student through its
advisory system. The advisory system is supplemented by a system of student counsellers.
For each group of 15 to 20 first-degree students, a teacher advisor is appointed.
At the postgraduate level, for each student, an advisory committee, consisting of 3-4 teachers is
appointed. The teacher-advisor guides, supervises and monitors the academic performance
of his advisees besides helping them in their personal problems. He also maintains a close
contact with parents/guardians of the students.
The University has introduced a programme called Liberal Education , which includes
courses on Cultural Heritage of India, Yoga, Philosophy, Practical Psychology, Global
Ecology, Population Studies, Word Power etc. The programme aims at the development of
character and personality of the students besides making them aware of the rich cultural
heritage and social problems.
The University is the first in India to introduce "Earn while You Learn Programme".

Admissions

THE INFORMATION INDICATED HEREIN ONLY FOR GENERAL GUIDANCE AND COULD BE MODIFIED/CHANGED FROM TIME TO TIME BY THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL/ BOARD OF MANAGEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY.

IF ANY DOCUMENT SUBMITTED BY THE CANDIDATE IS FOUND TO BE FALSE AT ANY STAGE DURING HIS STAY IN THE UNIVERSITY, HIS ADMISSION WILL BE CANCELLED.

All admissions in the University shall be made strictly on merit as determined on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the Competitive Entrance Examination to be conducted by the University, except the following:

Admissions to B.Tech. programmes shall be made through an Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE.

Admissions to Masters’ programme in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology shall be made through the entrance examination conducted by J.N.U., New Delhi.

Admission to Masters’ programmes in MBA/ MBA (Agribusiness)/MBA (FRSC) shall be made through CAT score, Group Discussion and Interview conducted by the University.

Admissions to M.Tech. programmes shall be made through GATE examination. The Inter-se-merit of GATE fellowship holders shall be determined based on GATE score. However, admission towards seats for Other State candidates in M.Tech. Agril Engineering majors shall be made through Entrance Examination conducted by ICAR.

Admission to MCA programme shall be made on the basis of NIMCET score.


Research
Directorate Of Experiment Station
Pantnagar Journal of Research
Research Organization and Administration
The Research Infrastructure
Salient Research Achievements
Future Thrust Areas of Research
List of Officers of Experiment Station
Details About University Research Stations
Summary of Research Projects in Operation
On going Research Projects
THE GENESIS

The Directorate of Experiment Station came into existence with the establishment of the University in November, 1960.

THE MANDATE
Coordination of all research, fundamental and applied, in the university.
Administration, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation, and processing of research projects and programmes.
Administration and monitoring of Research Centres located at the headquarters and out campuses four agro-climatic zones covering 13 districts of Uttaranchal.
Publication of research reports and highlights.
Processing of research papers for publication in national and international journals.
Production of breeder seeds and planting material of important crops, vegetables, fruits, flowers, medicinal and aromatic plants, ornamental and agro-forestry trees.

RESEARCH ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION

A Research Advisory Committee (RAC) with Vice- Chancellor as Chairman, Director Experiment Station as Member-Secretary and Deans of Colleges, Director Extension, Research Programme Coordinators, Seniormost Head of each college and Progressive Farmers as Members, advises the Vice- Chancellor regarding allocation of funds, conditions for accepting grants, and any other matter affecting the research programmes of the University.

All research in the University is conducted on approved research projects designed to investigate specific problems under the leadership of faculty member(s) located in subject-matter departments.

The research project is the basic unit used for organization, administration, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation, and processing of all research in the University. Research projects located in different subject-matter departments, but directed to the achievement of a common goal are grouped together into a Research Program in which, although the individual project leaders are responsible for research in their respective projects, they jointly plan and review their entire research work in an integrated manner. This interdisciplinary team is called as “ Research programme Committee with a senior faculty member of this team acting as “ Programme Coordinator.

Director Experiment Station along with a team of Joint Directors carries out the functions of coordination, administration, monitoring and evaluation of research in collaboration with Deans of Colleges, Area Director of Research, Programme Coordinators, and Head of Departments.

In day-to-day functioning of the Directorate, Director Experiment Station is assisted by five Joint Directors, one Research Editor, one Production Economist, one Senior Statistician, one Deputy Comptroller, one Accounts Officer, and one Administrative Officer.

A Research Advisory Committee (RAC) with Vice- Chancellor as Chairman, Director Experiment Station as Member-Secretary and Deans of Colleges and Director Extension as Member, advises the Vice- Chancellor regarding allocation of funds, conditions for accepting grants, and any other matter affecting the research programmes of the University.

All research in the university is conducted on approved research projects designed to investigate specific problems under the leadership of faculty member(s) located in subject-matter departments.

The research project is the basic unit used for organization, administration, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation, and processing of all research in the University. Research projects located in different subject-matter departments, but directed to the achievement of a common goal are grouped together into a Research Programme in which, although the individual project leaders are responsible for research in their respective projects, they jointly plan and review their entire research work in an integrated manner. This interdisciplinary team is called as “ Research programme Committee with a senior faculty member of this team acting as “ Programme Coordinator.

Director Experiment Station along with a team of Joint Directors carries out the functions of coordination, administration, monitoring and evaluation of research in collaboration with Deans of Colleges, Area Director of Research, Programme Coordinators, and Head of Departments.

In day-to-day functioning of the Directorate, Director Experiment Station is assisted by five Joint Directors, one Chief Editor, one Production Economist, one Senior Statistician, one Deputy Comptroller, one Accounts Officer, and one Administrative Officer.

THE RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE

Main Campus Research Centres

Crop Research Centre
Instructional Dairy Farm
Horticulture Research Centre
Instructional Poultry Farm
Seed Production Centre
Pantnagar Centre for Plant Genetic Resources
Fish Seed Hatchery and Instructional Fish Farm
Vegetable Research Centre
Mushroom Research & Training Centre
Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Research & Development Centre
Agroforestry Research Centre
Organic Farming Research Centre
Model Floriculture Centre
Sugarcane Seed Production Centre
Research Laboratories located in subject matter departments at main campus, Pantnagar.
Off-Campus Research Centers

Hill Campus Ranichauri, Tehri
Three Research Sub-Stations: Kanatal, Gaza and Dunda

Research Station, Majhera, Nainital
Research Station, Sui-Lohaghat, Champawat
Research & Testing Station, Pauri
Sugarcane Research Centre, Kashipur
Veer Chandra Singh Garhwali College of Horticulture, Bharsar, Pauri
Tea Research Centre, Kausani, Bageshwar
Institute of Biotechnology, Patwadangar, Nainital
Horticulture Research Centres

Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Chaubatia, Ranikhet, Almora
Vegetable Research and Extension Centre, Gagar, Nainital
Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Jeolikote, Nainital
Dr. Shankar Lal Shah, Vegetable Research and Extension Centre, Matela, Almora
Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Gaina/ Aunchaoli, Pithoragarh
Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Srinagar
Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Dunda, Uttarkashi
Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Nagau, Chakrata, Dehradun
Horticulture Research and Extension Centre, Dhakrani, Herbertpur, Dehradun
Horticulture Research Sub Centre, Kotdwar, Pauri


SALIENT RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENTS

The University has made significant achievements on agricultural research front and released a number of technologies for adoption by farmers and other end users. Some of the achievements are given below:

Release of 211 varieties of field crops, vegetables, fruits, flowers, agroforestry trees etc., of which many varieties are recommended for hill agriculture.

Technology for mushroom production and processing and transfer of technology to more than 1000 farmers (mostly BPL) in a year.

Development and Commercialization of Trichoderma harzianum and Gliocladium virens for biological control of diseases in soybean, chickpea, etc.

Production and marketing of Pant zero-till ferti-seed drill for direct sowing of wheat immediately after rice harvesting and thereby a saving of Rs. 3500/ha itself. Marketing of over 500 Pant zero-till drills to over 11 States by the University itself. Now manufactured by more than 95 manufacturers of Punjab (45), Haryana (37), U. P.(9), Uttaranchal (3), Bihar (1).

Production and marketing of hill implements such as Pauri nasuda, danala, damala, wheel hoes, hand and foot operated paddy threshers, winnowing fan etc. through Research and Testing Centre (Pauri Garhwal) and Department of Farm Machinery and Power Engineering.

Development of technologies for enzyme treatment of pulses and oil seeds for enhanced recovery of dal (6-8%) and oil (2.5%)

Development of kit for detection of urea adulteration in milk

Production of frozen semen of highly productive crossbreed cattle and murrah buffaloes

Collection and densification of loose paddy and wheat straw after combining, as an alternate to field burning, and ammonia (urea) treatment of baled straw on a treatment plant designed and developed in the university as nutritive livestock feed.

Diagnosis kit for detection of pregnancy in cattle and buffalo on 20th day of breeding.

Biological, immunological and physico-chemical characterization of four cytotoxins of Salmonella for the first time

Development of novel, safe and patent toxoid vaccine against Salmonellosis in poultry. The vaccine has been patented in Germany, USA and India. The vaccine has been put to field trials

Development of technique of artificial aeration and showering system in breeding pond for successful spawning of carps even without rains and monsoon

Directorate Of Communication
The Background

G. B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology has the privilege of having the first centre of communication within any State Agriculture University in India. Although the Communication Centre was created in 1970, its roots can be traced back to the first decade Communication function had earlier been carried out by several different units scattered throughout the University. The journey towards communication centre was started with realization of need for communication for fulfillment of teaching, research and education mission of the first agricultural university. The generous grant from Ford Foundation helped in procurement of equipments, getting overseas training and consultant services. University remodeled one wing of the College of Agriculture for the Communication Centre and administratively reorganized some of it personnel to provide the initial staff. Subsequently, new positions were added and people were recruited to fill them. Some land marks in the journey towards communication centre are as below :

1961 Appointment of two artists signaled beginning of audiovisual service

1965 Appointment of oilman and procurement of utility printer represented beginning of university press

1967 Information and publication section was started in Extension Directorate

1968 The first magazine for Farmers and Extension personnel “Kisan Bharti” was launched

1969 Plan to bring the communication activities of the University together under one umbrella was conceptualized in collaboration with Ford Foundation

1970 The beginning of historic unit called Communication Centre, first of its kind in the country

Communication was recognized as an important input for development to disseminate and create dialogue among different stakeholders about the technologies and issues of agriculture, environment and sustainable development. G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, established a Communication Centre with the help and support from ICAR and UNDP. A humble beginning was made with establishment of radio studio and procurement of television equipments. Over the years the Centre has flowered into a full-fledged Directorate. The Directorate now has well developed infrastructure of radio programme production, video production, photography and audio visual media. It operates in close collaboration with well trained faculty members and technical personnel of the Department of Agricultural Communication. In past it was supported by UNDP/FAO/ICAR funds for international training of faculty in communication, visit of international experts to develop curriculum and initiation of Master’s and doctoral programmes in Agricultural Communication at the College of Agriculture.

Our Mandate

-To disseminate information for the farmers through different mass media

The major emphasis of the existing information service of the Centre is to disseminate information through radio, television and publications. The advances made in the field of information and communication technologies call for our attention toward their application to reach the unreached

-To provide distance learning opportunities

Open and Distance learning provide immense scope a education in far flung areas. The premier agricultural university can not restrict itself within the campus.

-To organize training in communication

A vast machinery of field functionaries is engaged in development work today. This includes workers directly involved in agricultural information and communication work. These field functionaries have not fully succeeded in producing the desired results because of their out-dated approach and technique.

-To conduct researches on communication for development

The sooner this is done, the greater would be the benefit as it would server as a model for other centres.

-To provide audiovisual services for teaching and research

This is needed to support the academic mission of the university.

Faculty and Officers:

The Directorate of Communication works hand in glove with the Department of Agricultural Communication situated in the College of Agriculture in order to harness the strength of both academic and practice. The faculty members have been trained in different specializations of communication both in India and abroad. There exists a pool of talents and technical infra structure in the Directorate of Communication to apply them in the field. Thus all the faculty members of the Department of Agricultural Communication are involved in different media production activities.

Directorate of Extension

The Directorate of Extension started functioning in 1962 with a team of three in Nainital district. Later on, the services were extended to 16 districts of UP which was further extended to 19 districts of western plains and hills in 1973. This increased to 20 with the formation of Ghaziabad district. Finally, the area jurisdiction of the University consisted of 28 districts before the formation of Uttaranchal. After formation of the new state of Uttaranchal the area of responsibility of the University is limited to 11 districts of hills and 2 districts of Tarai Bhabhar and plains. The extension activities comprise organizing field demonstrations, trainings, meetings, site seeing, kisan mela and advisory services supported with print media and other mass communication means.

The national demonstration programme, financially sponsored by the ICAR, was started in two districts in 1970 and one ORP on Resource Development on Watershed Basis was launched during 1985-86 in Bareilly. The ICAR also sanctioned the Lab to Land programme as a part of the Silver Jubilee celebration of the ICAR. All these programmes were merged into Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs) in 1992. First KVK was sanctioned in 1983 for the district of Tehri Garhwal. In 1992-94 seven more KVKs, one each for Rampur, Badaun, Bijnor, Saharanpur, Ghaziabad, Shahjahanpur and Champawat, were sanctioned. Two KVKs, one each located in Meerut and Muzaffarnagar districts, managed by NGOs, were transferred to the University in 1998. Thus a total of 10 KVKs and 14 KGKs were functioning in 24 districts. Now in Uttaranchal, out of 13 districts, extension units are working in 9 districts which include 2 KVKs at Ranichauri and Lohaghat and 7 KGKs at Dehradun, Pauri, Chamoli, Uttarkashi, Hardwar, Almora and Udham Singh Nagar. The State Government has also sanctioned establishment of KGK for Rudraprayag district and the ICAR under NATP has sanctioned a scheme for remandating the Zonal Research Centre at Majhera (Nainital), to perform the function of KVK for Nainital district. Thus, 11 districts of Uttaranchal have one or the other unit of extension system of the University.

The Directorate of Extension was started initially in the College of Agriculture. At present, it is functioning in a building shared by the Directorate of Experiment Station. The KGKs have not been provided with any facilities for office and mobility.

Salient Achievements

Till March 2001, the area of responsibility of the University was spread over 28 districts of Uttar Pradesh representing 12 districts of hills and 16 of plain for Extension Education. Various extension programmes were undertaken in these districts for dissemination of scientific information to the farmers and others related with agriculture. Salient achievements are as follows:

Under National Model Watershed Project, a watershed in Aonla tehsil of Bareilly district was successfully developed during 1986-1992. This work was adjudged the best work of its kind and given a national award by KRIBHCO in 1988 and by the National Productivity Council of India (1990).

Various demonstrations, namely, varietal, maximum production, weed control, vegetable crops, fruit crops, agricultural implements and front line demonstrations (FLDs) have been very successful in training grassroot personnel as well as farmers.

The Directorate of Extension is conducting a course based distance education programme in 17 subject matter areas in Hindi for the farmers, rural school dropouts and unemployed rural youth. Viewing the change in the scenario of agriculture, contents of these courses have been revised.

During 1996-97, visits of 38 teams involving 669 persons were conducted by the Directorate through Kisan Sewa Kendra. In 1997-98, 55 teams consisting of a total of 1,504 farmers, students, officers and foreigners and during 1998-99, 60 teams consisting of about 2,200 persons visited the camp.

For large-scale dissemination of technology, two All-India Farmers’ Fairs, one each in kharif (October) and rabi (March) season, are organized for 4 days at the University’s main campus, Pantnagar. These fairs have been a trend setter and most of the Universities now organise similar fairs.

Outside stations, namely, Modipuram, Bulandshahr and Majhera also organize one-day Kisan Diwas twice in a year. The farmers are provided seeds of different crops, saplings of fruit trees and extension literature (folders) on different aspects of agriculture.

University scientists have adopted 109 villages for agricultural development. The technical programmes to solve the problems of the villages have been prepared.

The Directorate of Extension has published 55 folders or leaflets after thorough revision on different aspects of agriculture including package of practices of important crops, plant protection measures, agriculture implements, fruits and vegetables, veterinary sciences and other related aspects. Four new folders on agroforestry, sericulture, zero tillage and food requirements for diabetic patients have also been added and more than 4 lakh copies of these folders were distributed to the farmers, extension personnel and other visitors.

Diversification and intensification of agriculture has been initiated in the 2 districts of Uttaranchal viz., Nainital and Dehradun under UPDASP. Crop production and related technologies like animal husbandry, fisheries, sericulture, beekeeping, mushroom production, vegetable and fruit production, etc. are being demonstrated, analysed and evaluated at farmers’ fields.

Strengthening and intensification of Veterinary Extension has been done by organizing clinical camps, kisan gosthies, etc. in which vaccination, deworming and parasiticidal sprays to control internal and external parasites and infectious diseases are arranged.

The expert teams also visit for disease investigation and control of an outbreak of diseases like FMD, HS, BQ, Anthrax, RD, MD, etc in livestock.

The training unit of the Directorate of Extension organized short and medium-term institutional training courses at Pantnagar for the benefit of different categories of Government officers, bank personnel, SMS, farmers, retiring defence personnel, farmers for Doon Valley Water-shed Management Project, tribals etc.

The trainings have also been organized to generate self-employment opportunities for rural youth on beekeeping, mushroom production, livestock management, poultry keeping, piggery etc.

One international training programme for the officers of Nepal Government on Seed Production Technology was also organized.

KVKs established by the University have taken up extension activities as per mandate of these institutions.

Contact Information

Dr. K. P. Singh
Director Extension
G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology
Pantnagar - 263145
Uttarakhand
India
Phone:+91-5944-233336(Office)
2233412(Resi.)

Fax:+91-5944-233473
e-mail: de@gbpuat.ernet.in

Library
INTRODUCTION

Established in the year 1960, since then it continues to make progress in its programme to face the challenges of information explosion by adopting information technology. The University Library of G. B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology is providing quality services to the students, teachers & research scholars, supporting teaching research and extension programmes of the university

COLLECTION

University Library has a highly specialised collection of 3.7 Lakh documents in the field of Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences, Animal Husbandry, Home Science, Fisheries, Basic Sciences, Humanities, Technology & other allied subjects. The collection includes Books, Theses, Periodicals, Standards, Reprints, Maps, Toposheets, Globes, Microfilms, Microfiches, Records, Tapes & CD-ROMs. The collection grows at an average rate of 4000 Volumes per year.

MEMBERSHIP

Students, teachers, & other staff of the university are eligible for the membership of the University Library. Library membership is also available to outsiders as "Special Guest Membership" against a security deposit of Rs.500 per book and a local guarantor.

SERVICES

The library provides following services:
Reference & Information
Rental Text Book/Book Bank Scheme
CD-ROM Based Bibliographical Search
Indian Agricultural Index
Reprography
Inter Library Loan / Resource Sharing

On-line Full Text e-journals
OPAC (On-line public access catalogue)
User Education
Rental Text Book Scheme
In this scheme UG/PG students are given textbooks for the semester on rental basis @ Rs. 10 per Book Rental collection has 50,000 multiple copies of the textbooks

Book Bank Scheme
In this scheme SC/ST students are given prescribed textbooks free of charge for a semester.

Reprography

Photocopying Service is available to users @ Rs. 0.50 per page

Overnight Issue
Urgently required books/magazines are issued for overnight

CIRCULATION

The following categories of members are entitled for borrowing publications from the Library as per the details given below
Member Category No. of Books Issue Period
Students UG 04 Books 15 Days
Students PG 07 Books 15 Days
Teachers 10 Books 01 Month/Semester
Other Staff 02-05 Books 15 Days

Overdue Charges: Rs. 0.50 per book per day, Rs. 0.50 per book per hour for overnight issue

CD-ROM DATABASES (Bibliographic)

Documentation Section of the University Library provides CD-ROM Database search facility .The following Databases are available in the Library

AGRICOLA - 1970 -1995.
AGRIS - 1975-Contd.
BIOSIS - 2003-Contd.
CAB - 1973-Contd.
COMPENDEX - 1990-Contd.
FSTA - 1969-Contd.

ADMINISTRATION

Library Advisory Committee (LAC)

LAC is an statutory body which decides the plans & policies for the Library. LAC consists of following members
Vice-chancellor : Chairman

Deans/Directors/ Heads of Departments/
Comptroller : Members
University Librarian : Secretary

Organisational Structure
University Librarian Dr. S.P. Jain

Assistant Librarian
Smt. Arundhati Kaushik
Dr. Dinesh Pratap Singh
Dr. Sunil Goria
Shri Kamal Prakash Saxena
Smt. Poonam Singh
Shri Jagdambika Prasad
Smt. Hema Haldwa
Shri Ram Prasad
Smt. Suman Lata Yadav
Smt. Chanda Arya
Dr. Shivpal Singh Kushwah

CONTACT INFORMATION
Dr. S.P. Jain, University Librarian
G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology
Pantngar - 263145 Dist. US Nagar, Uttarakhand, India

Phone : + 91-5944-233557 (Off.), + 91-5944-233450 ( Resi.)
Fax : + 91-5944-233473,
e-mail : lib@gbpuat.ernet.in

Campus Life

The University has an impressive and pollution free campus with an elegant network of roads, guest houses, colleges, schools, hostels, residences, research stations, and farm land.

This is a purely residential University. The University provides residential facility to all the students and employees in the the main campus itself except for College of Forestry and Hill Agriculture. The College of Forestry and Hill Agriculture is located at Ranichauri, Pauri Garhwal (Hill Campus).

Some Of the Facilities available in the campus are:



Hostel Facility: About 3000 students are lodged in 22 hostels each of which is provided with

Cafetaria
Common rooms with color TV
Hostel Library
Music Room
Indoor games
Outdoor courts for basketball, badminton, volleyball and tennis
Incoming telephone service.
The food services in each hostel is on no profit no loss basis and is run by cooperative
management through a students food committe.


Medical Facilities: The University has a well equipped Hospital which is easily accessible to all the people of the university. Services of ayurvedic and homeopahtic doctors is also available in the campus.

Indoor ward facilities: The University hospital has indoor facilities on the male as well as female wings where the University students are kept under observation for a short period. Those needing prolonged hospitalization are referred to Clara Swain Hospital, Bareilly for the needful as per University rules. Emergency services are available round the clock.

Investigation facilities: The facility of pathological investigation as well as X-ray are available at the University hospital/College of Veterinary Science.

Ambulance facilities: Facilities of an ambulance is also available for transportation of seriously ill students from their hostel to the Hospital on the request of warden concerned and for transportation to an outside hospital, if necessary.

Prophylactic Measures: Immunization and vaccinations are performed every Saturday, D.D.T. spray is arranged during the summers, through the team from the Malaria department.

Shopping Centers: The campus has a well developed main marketing center and three small marketing centers adjacent to the residential areas in the campus.

Guest Houses: The University has two well equipped guest houses:

International Guest House
Lambert Square Guest House (Fully Air Conditioned).
A farmer s hostel for housing farmer s (coming for training, visits, farmers fairs etc.) is also attached with the International Guest House.

Schools: The University campus has three intermediate schools (including one English medium school) and seven primary schools to cater to the needs of different localities.

Residential Colonies: The University has a large number of quarters for the employees in the campus itself. Also, there are a number of labour colonies in different blocks of the university farm.

Welfare Centers: Five community centers are available at different locations to organize social and family celebrations of the campus.

Student Welfare: The department of student welfare coordinates all activities of students and arranges their stay on the campus.

Extra-Curricular Activities: Extra-Curricular activities such as literary, cultural, social, film, hobbies and N.C.C. etc. are organized through Sanskritik Chetna Parishad at University level and college wise through 9 professional societies, 4 activity clubs and 10 hobby clubs/projects besides hostel level activities. Arts and Crafts, Music, Dance, Folk Songs and Drama events besides other personality development professional competitions and contests.

Games and Sports : Games and sports activities are organised through 17 games & sports clubs. The University provides sufficient games and sports material to all the hostels as well as University level teams. Sufficient number of hostel games courts and central play grounds in addition to full fledged stadium, adequately equipped gymnasium, physical fitness centre and a swimming pool exist for athletic as well as sports and games events.

Faculties/Departments
* Agriculture
* Agribusiness Management
* Basic Sciences & Humanities
* Fishery Sciences
* Hill Agriculture & Forestry
* Home Science
* Technology
* Veterinary & Animal Sciences
* Faculty of Horticulture (V.C.S.G. College of Horticulture)
* Faculty of Post Graduate Studies

Directorate of Placement & Counselling
G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology was the first Agricultural University to establish a full-fledged Directorate of Placement and Counselling to advise and prepare the students in getting suitable jobs. On an average, 650 and 300 students take degrees in graduate and post-graduate programmes, respectively every year in 133 disciplines.
These graduates and post-graduates are well trained and equipped to manage various jobs in development departments, academic institutions, nationalized banks, industries and other corporate sectors.
The Directorate of Placement and Counselling is headed by a Director with the help of a Joint Director who are assisted by two Assistant Directors. Enough secretariat and technical assistance is available to manage the various activities of the Directorate.
The main aim of the Directorate is to provide effective day to day guidance to the students for purposeful placement on one hand and to introduce them to prospective employers through campus interviews on the other hand.

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE UNIVERSITY
Multi faculty University
Quality Education
Latest Equipments
State of the art labs.
Emphasis on practical work
No place for indiscipline
Advisory System for each student
Peaceful atmosphere for study
Fully residential
Lush green campus

Organisations are welcome to make a pre-placement talk/visit, which provides an opportunity for the organization to showcase their corporate requirement and job profiles.
The candidates are available for placement in the following fields of specialization major wise:
Ph.D. programmes
riculture Major
Agricultural Economics
Agronomy
Agro meteorology
Agricultural Extension & Communication
Entomology
Genetics & Plant Breeding
Horticulture
Horticulture (Floriculture and Landscaping)
Plant Pathology
Seed Science & Technology
Soil Science
Vegetable Science
Engineering Major
Electrical Engineering
Electronics & Communication Engg.
Farm Machinery & Power Engg.
Hydraulic Engg.
Irrigation & Drainage Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Process & Food Engg.
Production Engg.
Soil & Water Conservation Engg.
me Science Majors
Human Nutrition
Clothing & Textiles
Family Resource Management

Fisheries Science Major
Fisheries Resource Management

Science Majors
Agricultural Chemicals
Biochemistry
Environmental Science
Food Technology
Mathematics
Microbiology
Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
Physics
Plant Physiology

Veterinary Science Majors
Vety. Public Health
Vety. Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
Vety. Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Livestock Prod. & Management
Vety. Medicine
Vety. Microbiology & Immunology
Vety. Pathology
Vety. Pharmacology
Vety. Physiology
Poultry Science
Vety. Surgery & Radiology
Vety. Biochemistry
Genetics & Animal Breeding
Animal Nutrition
Vety. Anatomy
Vety. Parasitology
Animal Science (Animal Breeding)
Animal Science (Animal Nutrition)
Animal Science (Dairy Husbandry)
Animal Science (Poultry Husbandry)

B. Master programmes
Agriculture Majors
Agronomy
Agro forestry
Agricultural Extension & Communication
Agricultural Economics
Agro meteorology
Entomology
Genetics & Plant Breeding
Horticulture
Horticulture (Floriculture and Landscaping)
Plant Pathology
Soil Science
Vegetable Science

Engineering Majors
Agril. Engineering (Farm Machinery & Power Engg.)
Agril. Engineering (Food Biotech. Engg.)
Agril. Engineering (Irrigation & Drainage Engineering)
Agril. Engineering (Process & Food Engineering)
Agril. Engineering (Soil & Water Conservation Engg.)
Design & Production Engineering
Electrical Energy System
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Hydraulic Engineering
Structural Engineering
Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering
Thermal Science

Fisheries Science Majors
Aquaculture
Fishery Biology

Home Science Majors
Clothing & Textiles
Family Resource Management
Foods & Nutrition
Human Development & Family Studies

Science Majors
Agril. Chemicals
Agril. Statistics
Biochemistry
Biophysics
Botany
Computer Science
Environmental Science
Food Technology
Mathematics
Microbiology
Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
Plant Physiology
Physics

Veterinary Science Majors
Vety. Anatomy
Vety. Economics
Vety. Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Vety. Microbiology & Immunology
Vety. Public Health
Vety. Surgery & Radiology
Vety. Biochemistry
Vety. Medicine
Vety. Parasitology
Vety. Pathology
Vety. Pharmacology & Toxicology
Vety. Physiology
Vety. Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
Vety. And Animal Husbandry Extension
Livestock Products Technology
Livestock Production & Management
Poultry Science
Animal Nutrition
Genetics & Animal Breeding
Animal Biotechnology
Animal Breeding
Animal Nutrition
Dairy Husbandry
Poultry Husbandry

M.Sc. Ag. Programme at Hill Campus, Ranichauri
Horticulture
Vegetable Science
Seed Science & Technology

M.B.A. Programme at College of Agribusiness Management
MBA (Agribusiness)
MBA ( for Engineering Students)

M.C.A. Programme at College of Technology
MCA

C. Undergraduate Programmes
B.Sc.Agriculture
B.Sc. Forestry
B.Sc.Home Science
B.V.Sc. & AH
B.F.Sc.
B.Sc. Horticulture
B.Sc. (Food Tech)
B.Tech. Agril. Engg.
B.Tech. Civil Engg.
B.Tech. Computer Engg.
B.Tech. Electrical Engg.
B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engg.
B.Tech. Mechanical Engg.
B.Tech. Production Engg.
B.Tech. Information Technology
Diploma in Commercial Horticulture Management

Besides recruitment related activities, companies are welcome to visit our facilities and meet faculty members for exploring new areas of collaborative research and consultancy projects.

The Directorate of Placement and Counselling will be pleased to coordinate with the organizations for the following assistance:
· Liaison with students before the visit
· Display of organizations publicity material
· Announcement of the avenues
· Collection of resumes from the students and forwarding them to organizations
· Delivery of companys communication to the students concerned
· Arrangements for pre-placement talks, written test, group discussions and personal interviews
· Audio Visual facilities for pre-placement talk

We look forward to the visit of interested organizations to G.B.Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, District Udham Singh Nagar (Uttaranchal) for mutual, beneficial interactions.
PROCEDURE
Prospective employers intimate the Director about their human resource requirements from various disciplines of the University. The Directorate, thereupon sends biodata of interested students to the prospective employers. A mutually agreed date for holding interviews either at the university campus or employers’ head-quarters is fixed and the candidates are directed accordingly. For interviews held at Pantnagar, the University provides free boarding and lodging facilities to the members of the Selection Committee in the University. Arrangement for pre-placement talk, written test, group discussions, personal interviews etc. are also made by the Directorate.
ACHIEVEMENTS
During the last 5 years, the Directorate contacted more than 4238 prospective employers. Above 192 campus/outside interviews were held and about 955 students were selected through the Directorate of Placement and Counselling. The Directorate arranged mock interviews and several career guidance lectures during this period. Every College have its own Placement Brochure. A central level Information Brochure specifically designed for prospective employers has also been prepared.

For visiting employers a Pre-placement Talk Hall fully air-conditioned with a capacity of eighty seats and modern equipment is available, where employers brief the students about their organization through LCD Projector. Multi media facilities are available.

LIST OF OUR MAJOR RECRUITERS /EMPLOYERS
Larsen & Toubro Mumbai
Sriram Fertilizer & Chemicals, New Delhi
Mahindra & Mahindra, Mumbai
Tata Consultancy Ltd., New Delhi
Nestle India Ltd., Mumbai
Frigorifico Allana Ltd., Sahibabad
Animal Breeding Centre, Rae Bareli
AMUL Dairy, Anand (Gujarat)
PRADAN, New Delhi
Proagro Seed Co. Ltd., Gurgaon
Triveni Engg. & Industries Ltd., New Delhi
Shriram Honda, New Delhi
Escorts Ltd., Faridabad
ITC Limited, Hyderabad
Syndicate Bank, Mumbai
State Bank of India, Mumbai
Dena Bank, Mumbai
Bank of India, Mumbai
Canara Bank, Bangalore
Reliance Industries Limited

Colleges at Campus
The University has the following colleges at its main campus at Pantnagar:

College of Agriculture
College of Technology (http://gbpuat-tech.ac.in)
College of Veterinary Sciences
College of Home Sciences
College of Basic Sciences and Humanities
College of Fisheries
College of Agri-Business Management (CABM, Pantngar @ www.gbpuat.ac.in/acads/cabm/index)

History
GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology was established in 1960 as the first agricultural university of India by the first Prime Minister of India Pt Jawaharlal Nehru. Later, in 1972, the University was rechristened as Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology to honor the contributions of Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant, the then Chief Minister of UP.

The GB Pant University is recognised as a landmark in the history of agricultural universities in the India. It laid a perfect example of partnership between India and the United States. The setting up of the university brought a revolutionary change in the field of agricultural education, research and extension. The main campus is located in Udham Singh Nagar taking care of the entire Uttaranchal representing plains, Tarai, Bhabar and hill areas.

Educational Streams
GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology is known for its disciplines in the fields of Horticulture and related Agricultural departments. The University has also started a programme called Liberal Education, which includes courses on Cultural Heritage of India, Yoga, Philosophy, Practical Psychology, Global Ecology, Population Studies, etc. These programmes have been started to enhance the development of character and personality of the students besides making them aware of the rich cultural heritage and social problems.

Facilities
There are approximately 22 hostels including seven hostels for female students and one for married students with separate arrangements for post-graduate and undergraduate students. All the students of the University are required to stay in the hostels. Basic amenities like a common room, internet, music room, indoor games room and a library, courts for Volley Ball and other outdoor games have been provided at most of the hostels.

A full fledged University hospital is there to provide round the clock medical service to the students and staff members. The Student Welfare activities scheme takes care of activities related to professional societies, Liberal Education, Physical Education, NSS and NCC. The University Library provides quality services to the students, teachers and research scholars, supporting teaching research and extension programmes of the university.

Introduction
Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology was established with an aim to reach the remotest of the remote areas and to cater to the needs of Tarai region by the Government of India on November 17th, 1960.

Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology (GBPUA&T or "Pantnagar") is the first agricultural university of India. It was inaguarated by the first Prime minister of India Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on 17 November, 1960 as the Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University (UPAU). Later the name was changed to Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology in 1972 in memory of the great freedom fighter Govind Ballabh Pant. The University lies in the campus-town of Pantnagar in the district of Udham Singh Nagar in the state of Uttarakhand.

The university has made a mark in imparting higher education in the field of agriculture by merging it with technological studies.

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Profile of Vice Chancellor Dr. B.S. Bisht

Coordinator of Krishi Vigyan Kendra in north Zone at Ludhiana, and Assistant Director General (Human Resource Development) of ICAR at New Delhi.

He was born in village Timali of Almora district on 15 June, 1951 and had his primary and middle level education in Schools near his village. Later he studied at Almora. He did his graduation and post graduation from GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar and was University Merit Scholar for three years. He completed PG Programme in Management in the year 1982 from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and was Ponds (India) Industrial Merit Scholar awardee for academic excellence. Later, he obtained doctoral degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

Dr. Bisht has been instrumental in developing two national level research institutes and several of the All India Research Schemes. He has also guided about 100 students for their masters and Ph.D. thesis work in various Universities. He has been on the Board of CBSE, has served many important Committees of the Bureau of Indian Standards, Board of AICTE, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Kerala Agricultural University, Maharana Pratap University, Udaipur, National Horticultural Research & Development Foundation, and Universities at Nausari and Anand. He has also been an expert member for Project Approval Committee of the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India. At ICAR for about seven years, he was responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring human resource development programmes towards academic excellence and R&D.



NEWS and NOTICES

CONFERENCES, TRAININGS & WORKSHOPS

VII Annual Conference of Indian Association of Veterinary Public Health Specialists and International Symposium on “Food Safety, Quality Assurance and Global Trade: Concerns and Strategies” by Department of Veterinary Public Health in collaboration with Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA (November 7-9, 2008)
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Training course on “Water Conservation and Utilization for Improving Agriculture Production” is to be organized from in Department of Agronomy, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology (5 - 25 November , 2008)

10 days ICAR sponsored Short Course on “Recent Trends in Seed & Nursery Management in Temperate Forestry” organized by Department of Forestry, College of Forestry and Hill Agriculture, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Hill Campus, Ranichauri, Tehri Garhwal (3 - 12 December , 2008)

Centre of Advanced Studies in Plant Pathology is organizing an ICAR sponsored 21-day training programme on “Recent Advances in Plant Disease Management” from December 13, 2008 to January 02, 2009.

Training program on Relevance of Information Communication Technology in Education (TP-RICTE-2008) from December 2-8, 2008.

Winter school on Integration of Molecular and Classical Techniques of Plant Breeding for Enhancing crop productivity from Feb. 3-23, 2009.



How To Reach


Pantnagar is about 250 kilometers from Delhi, 360 kilometers from Lucknow, 90 kilometers from Moradabad, 75 kilometers from Bareilly and 65 kilometers from Nainital by road. It is connected to the rest of world by the Delhi Nainital National Highway and the Bareilly Nainital Highway. A large number of state and interstate buses fly on these roads. Pantnagar Railway Station, on the Lucknow, Bareilly, Lalkuan section of North East railways, is about 4 km east of the University administrative building. Haldi road Railway station, on the Delhi Rampur Kathgodam section of northern and north eastern railways is about 3 kilometers west of the University Administrative buildings.



Persons coming from Delhi may board the Ranikhet Express and get down at Haldi Road Station where the University bus will be available for Internal transport. Else, they can travel by any bus plying towards Haldwani via Moradabad Rampur and Rudrapur, and get down at Phoolbagh, two kms west of the Administrative Building.



Persons coming from Lucknow may board the Nainital Express and get down at Pantnagar Station where University bus will be available for internal transport. Else, they can travel by any bus plying towards Haldwani via Bareilly and get down at Nagla, near Pantnagar Station.



Persons coming from Agra may board the Kumaon Express and get down at Pantnagar Station.



Persons from far east may reach Haldi Road station by Howarah Kathgodam Express.

A civil airport situated near Haldi road railway station 3 Kilometers west of University Administrative building where private or chartered aircrafts may land.


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