Welcome To Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Beed-I

The KVK has excelled in bringing the modern technological packages at the farmers doorstep with the help of various instructional units.The KVK today has sufficient resources to impart training skills for not only the farmers but also the rural youth. The training schedule typically incorporates the existing needs and problems of the farmers for making a positive impact. The training are conducted both at the on-campus and off-campus locations. It invariably emphasizes on providing both the short term as well as long durational courses specifically to impart practical orientation to these courses.

Deendayal Research Institute, Krishi Vigyan Kendra has established enviable record of quality & accomplishment i 05n last two and half decades. KVK is well positioned to build upon this proud legacy and is poised to take advantage of the opportunity to innovate and bring unique perspective to all our activities. Our inspiration comes from the luminaries of society, education and research both from India and abroad. KVK aspires to attain admirable place among well known agricultural institutions of India. Certainly, we will be at the forefront of knowledge dissemination, with the highest quality research and extension to deliver our programs. We also place equal emphasis on research and knowledge creation which will attract young and energetic rural youth whose curiosity and skill will spearhead this objective. .KVK is committed to nurturing youth and entrepreneurs who will empower their organizations in the emerging economy. At the same time the KVK remains deeply rooted to the region and the nation. An underlying priority is to instill a sense of commitment as managers to have a socially responsible impact in our farmers. We will also sensitize them about this challenging task. We will take every needful step to expend their knowledge to give them an understanding of how difficult and challenging this often can be; and to expand their knowledge and their intellectual horizons so they emerge transformed and prepared to have an impact on the world of business and society at large.

Announcement

Best Presentation Award 2019-20

Nutri-Cereals Farmers’ Mela organized

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11th November, 2019, Beed, Maharashtra Dr. Ashok Dhawan, Vice Chancellor, Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani inaugurated the “Nutri-Cereals Farmers’ Mela” at ICAR-Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Beed - 1 today. He urged for focusing on to promote the advanced climate smart technologies. He opined for incorporating the coarse grains in the existing cropping pattern. Dr. Dhawan accentuated on promoting the Nutri Cereals processing and value-addition among the farmers to enhance their income. Dr. Dhawan also felicitated the Progressive Farmers, Producers of Nutri-Cereals, viz., Shri Kerba Vharkate and Smt. Aprana Yeske during the occasion. Shri Atul Jain, General Secretary, Deendayal Research Institute, New Delhi highlighted the coarse cereals’ importance in the fast changing climatic conditions and rainfall variations. Dr. Lakhan Singh, Director, ICAR-Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute, Pune briefed about the Project “Nutri-sensitive Agricultural Resources and Innovations (NARI)” that is being implemented at each Krishi Vigyan Kendra for ensuring the nutritional security. He also urged for utilizing the various mediums like farming system nutrition model, nutrition garden at each household, nutrition garden at each school, quiz competition in schools, display of problem with solutions at common places through wall paintings, hoardings, flex-banners, wall newspapers, etc., to create wide awareness among the villagers. The Senior Officials of various ICAR Institutes were also present during the occasion. At total of 569 farmers including 85 farm women of different villages participated in the programme.

"The KVK has been doing tremendous work for this farmers in remote villages. The innovations being pursued in this area of sericulture, integrated farming, drip irrigation, raised bed & transfer of economic activities with support of KVK Beed will bring prosperity in the area . I wish all the success to the team KVK. Diagnostics & Bio based fertilizers need further strengthening"
Dr. A.K.Singh
DDG, ICAR, New Delhi
"The Demonstration unit at KVK, Ambajogai was visited and found very informative and educative focus being given on Skill development, is appreciable. The campus is very neat and clean. Initiation taken for doubling farmers income through diversification like Sericulture, rose cultivation, pulses and other crops, raising by using resource conservation technologies are again intensifying"
Dr. Lakhan Singh
Director, ATARI, Pune-VIII

Aims & Objectives of Host Institute

  • To increasing the yield of crop, milk fruits and vegetables of farmers up to 25-30% with available natural resources.
  • Training of Rural youths for income generation through various activities.
  • Emphasis on sustainable agriculture (Organic Agriculture)
  • Subsistence forming through 1, 1.5 and 2.5 acre model as a profitable one.
  • Preparation of village wise soil health card of adopted villages.
  • To increase socio-economic status of the farmers through front line demonstrations.
  • To increase the productivity of live stocks through breed improvement.
  • Women empowerment through various activities.

Mandates & Activities of KVK

The mandate of KVK is Technology Assessment and Demonstration for its Application and Capacity Development.


  • To implement the mandate effectively, the following activities are envisaged for each KVK.
  • 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

Events

February  15, 2019

Farmers Participated : 900

Dr. Vijay Bhatkar visited KVK Stall

Farmers Participated : 1200

Guava Orchards Plot 

Visit at KVK Ambajogai

128000

Farmers Outreach

150

ON FARM TRAIL

490

FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATIONS

2633

TRAINING PROGRAMS

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