Kisan Mobile Advisory Service

KVK Mokokchung is providing location specific advisory service on agri and allied activities in both local and english dialets through short messaging Service to all registered farmers, so far 350 registered farmers are availing this facility. Registration is free for all interested farmers of Mokokchung district and can be done by sending an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or sending a sms in the following numbers-9402343069/ 9615747236, 9436604002.

The Krishi Vigyan Kendras are grass-root technology transfers and vocational training instructions designed for bridging the gap between the available technologies at one end and their application for increased production on the other end.

MANDATE OF KVK

1.Organizing short and long-term vocational training courses in agriculture and allied vocations for the farmers and rural youth within emphasis on “Learning by doing” for higher production on farm generating self-employment.

2.Organizing training programme to update the extension personnel with emerging advances in agricultural research on regular basis.

3.Conducting on “farm testing” for identifying technologies in term of location specific sustainable land use system

4.Organising from line demonstration on various crop to generate production data and feed back information

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE KVK

1.Planning and conducting surveys of the operational areas to be inventoried and characterize physical and human resources with special reference to identifying the technological gaps and training needs of farming community.

2.Compiling all relevant recommendations/package of practices for the district to be meaningfuly utilized in the training courses and the follow-up extension programmes.

3.Planning and conducting production-oriented need-based short and long duration training courses both on the campus as well as in the villages for various target groups with priority on the weaker and the poorer section.

4.Organizing Farm Science Clubs, both in rural schools and in villages to inculcate in the younger generation a liking for and an interest in agricultural and allied sciences and for scientific farming through supervised project.

5.Developing and maintaining the campus farms and demonstration units on scientific line as the facilities for providing work experience to the trainees as also dissemination of the latest technical know how.

6.Providing practical facilities of the Kendra to the teachers and the students of Vocational agriculture of the higher secondary school.

7.Imparting some general education to rural illiterates and school dropouts in order to make not only good farmers but also better citizens

8.Providing added training facilities in the areas for home making and nutrition education for rural community. Gradually enlarging the training facilities to encompass other important areas such as home crafts and cottage industries, consistent with the requirements of the integrated rural development in collaboration with the concerned organizations. 

9.Implementing all such schemes of the ICAR and other related organizations which intend to strengthen the training and transfer of technology programme as well as follow-up extension activities of the Kendra 

10.To train young men and women (including school dropouts, farmers and farm women) in agriculture and allied aspect relating as per the needs identified based on their farming situations and farming systems. The training is designed and imparted on the principles of “Learning by doing” and “Training by Doing”.

11.To undertaken on-farm testing of the technologies developed by the state Agriculture Universities and ICAR Research Institutes on their experimental stations in agriculture and allied aspects for their local suitability and identifying the constraints, if any, so that appropriate action could taken to remove these constraints through further research or adaptive research and applications.

12.To demonstrate the technologies tested to recommended for location-specific situations to find out their potentialities in maximizing the yields/income per unit of time and area keeping view the optimum returns to the inputs and technologies under different resource conditions of different categories of farmers.

STAFF POSITION OF KVK MOKOKCHUNG

 

Sl.

No.

      Name

  Designation

  Discipline

Date of joining

      Email/Mobile No

       Photo

1

Dr. Pijush Kanti Biswas

Senior Scientist & Head

Ph.D (Horti.) ICAR (Net)

15.04.13

drpijushpckvk@gmail.com

09402343069

09615747236

 

2

Dr. Rongsensusang

Assttt .Chief Technical Officer (ACTO)

 

Vety & AH

24.05.06

Rongsen77@gmail.com

09436604002

 

 3

E. Renbomo Ngullie

Asstt.Chief Technical Officer (ACTO)

 

Horticulture

24.05.06

Ngullier8@gmail.com

09436605485

 

4

Dr. Ruopfuselhou Kehie



Asstt.Chief Technical Officer (ACTO)

Entomology

20.05.14

  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

09436609608

 

5

K. Samuel Sangtam

Asstt. Chief Technical Officer (ACTO)

Agronomy

24.05.06

 samuel_annar@yahoo.com

09856580802

 

6

Bendangjungla.I

Asstt. Chief Technical Officer (ACTO)

 

PB &G

24.05.06

 

09436605486

 

7

Royuso Nakro

Asstt. Chief Technical Officer (ACTO)

Agri. Extension

13.11.07

 09612945650

 

8

Moainla Longkumer

Technical Officer (TO)

--

24.05.06

 09856075444

 

9

I.Tangitla

Technical Officer (TO) Computer

--

24.05.06

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

09436604003

Mrs.Tangitla, Programme Asstt(Comp)

10

Ilika.V Achumi

Technical Officer (TO) Farm

--

25.07.14

 09612165507

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11

Meyatula

Office Supt-cum-Accountant

--

01.06.06

 

09856744304

 Atula

12

Imosangla

Jr. Steno-cum-Computer Operator

--

01.06.06

 09615297280

 

13

Supongmeren

Mechanics-cum-Driver

--

01.06.06

 08257009876

 Meren

14

Jongpongyanger

Mechanics-cum-Driver

--

01.03.10

 09862236420

 

15

Imkonglemla

Peon

--

01.06.06

 08974851206

 Alemla

16

C. Aotoshi

Chowkidar

--

01.03.10

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 Aotoshi

Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) is the apex body at the district level for planning and implementation of various KVK activities through the review' of the progress, identification of priority areas of activities and giving suggestions for resolving various issues. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES OF SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

1.To provide necessary guidance and leadership and developing infrastructure facilities thereby guiding the Kendra to fulfill its objectives. 

2.To consider the Annual Action Plan of the Kendra

3.To review the progress of the activities and achievement and after necessary guideline/suggestion to improved the function of the Kendra.

Click here for the SAC Members list

KVK MokokchungThe Krishi Vigyan Kendra Mokokchung was sanctioned in the year 2003 and set up in an area of 23.2 hacters of land at Yisemyong (where SARS is located) provided by the Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Nagaland. The host institute is the Directorate of Agiculture, Govt. of Nagaland.

The actual activities started functioning from the month of May 2006 after the appointment of multisisciplinary team in six disciplines viz. Agronomy, Plant Protection (Entomology), Horticulture, Genetics & Plant Breeding, Vety & AH and Agriculture extension.

The centre was officially inaugurated by Dr. C D Mayee Chairman (ASRB, New Delhi) on 26th July 2006. The foundation stone for the administrative building was laid by Shri. Neiphiu Rio Hon’ble Chief Minister of Nagaland on 25th Sep. 2007 and was inaugurated by Dr. K D Kokati Deputy Director General (Agri. Extension) ICAR New Delhi on 7th Sep 2009.

The KVK Mokokchung is located at 1150 m above msl is 17 km away form the district headquater Mokokchung. The annual rainfall is about 1100-1400 mm and is mostly received during june to September from south west monsoon.   

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