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College of Agriculture, Jabalpur
Situated in the centre of Madhya Pradesh and named after the architect of modern India, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya (JNKVV) has a constituent, College of Agriculture at Jabalpur. The city, Jabalpur is known for its cultural heritage, historical events, natural landscape and tropical forest reserve. It is one of the seven agricultural colleges of the University, established by Government of India with the assistance of Government of Madhya Pradesh, based on the recommendations of Radha Krishnan Commission (1949). The College is located about 7 km North of Jabalpur town on the National Highway No.7. The College of Agriculture was inaugurated by Pt. Ravi Shanker Shukla, the then Chief Minister on 20th July, 1955. The old building of the College is still preserved in Krishi Nagar, Adhartal, Jabalpur. The foundation stone of the new building was laid down by Dr. Kailash Nath Katju, the then Chief Minister, on 18 December 1957. The building of the College was inaugurated by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on 12 July 1961. Smt. Indira Gandhi, the then Minister for Information and Broadcasting, inaugurated the University Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, on 20th October 1964. Pt. Shree Kant Mishra was the first Principal (1955) while Dr. D.K. Mishra is the present Dean of the College. The College of Agriculture, Jabalpur has been a Herbinzer of Green R e v o l u t i o n a n d played a pivotal role in the growth and development of agricultu
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College of Agriculture, Rewa
Rewa is situated at the latitude of 24° 30 N, longitude of 80°15 E, 306.06 m above from sea level and one kilometer from NH-7. Rewa comes under Kymore Plateau and Satpura Hills Agro climatic zone IV of Madhya Pradesh. Rewa, the capital of old Vindhya Pradesh before inception of Madhya Pradesh is famous globally as homeland of “White Tiger”. College of Agriculture, Rewa is one of the oldest college started in 1952 administratively linked with Darbar College, Rewa, Foundation stone of College of Agriculture, was laid down on 21st October 1952 with the sanctioned amount of Rs. 95,000- by erstwhile Shri Kailash Nath Katju (Home Minister). It is completed in 1954 by Rs. 88500- and inaugurated by hon’ble deputy Governor Vindhya Pradesh Shri Kasturi Santhanam on 26th January 1954. Shri R.C. Sharma was the founder Principal of College of Agriculture, Rewa. Who has completed the College building by “Shramdan” of students and staff member and saved (Rs. 9500-Rs. 88500=Rs. 6500) Six thousand Five Hundred in 1954.
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College of Agriculture,Tikamgarh
Looking to the specific need of the Agro-climatic Zone VII- Bundelkhand Zone, Regional Agricultural Research Station was started by the J.N. Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur on October 20, 1981 and upgraded later on to Zonal Agricultural Research Station in 1989, then foundation of the college was laid down on 21st February, 2004, by Sushree Uma Bharti, the Ex-Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. The College of Agriculture, Tikamgarh came into existence in the academic year 2004-05. The college is situated on the Kundeshwar road, Tikamgarh which is about 56 and 100 km away from the nearest railway stations Lalitpur and Jhansi respectively and the nearest airport (160 km) is at Khajuraho.fdlanvdbvdhb
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College of Agriculture, Ganjbasoda (Vidisha)
College of Ganjbasoda is the first College of Agriculture in the state of Madhya Pradesh established in the year 2007at Tahsil place. It shoulders the responsibility to provide Bachelor degree in agriculture with intake capacity of 50. Since, establishment four batches have receive the degree. In the current year out of 36 outgoing students seven have qualified for Junior Research Fellowship. With the optimum strength of teachers, the college is also actively participated in the field of extension especially with the excellent programme of the Government of Madhya Pradesh ‘Krishi Mahotsav’. The College has started basic research on wheat, soybean and chickpea as these are the most important crops of the district. Tahsil Ganjbasoda is known for rianfed wheat with maximum number of tractors. Therefore scientists of agricultural engineering are giving focus on mechanization and soil and water conservation.
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College of Agriculture, Waraseoni (Balaghat)
Historical development background:- The College of Agriculture, Waraseoni is situated at state highway number, 4 km away from Waraseoni towards Lalbarra on Regional Agriculture Research Station (RARS). As per revenue record RARS, location is in Newargaon Village but is popularly known as Murjhad Farm because it is very near to Villege Murjhad. Geographically its altitude, Longitude and Latitude is 301.5M, 80°50’E, 21°45’N respectively. In opening of the College, H’able Minister Shri Gouri Sankarji Bisen played on important role. In joint public meeting held by Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singji Chouhan and Minister Shri Gouri Shankar Bisen at Balaghat ground, the announcement was made for opening of College of Agriculture. The action memorandum and DPR were prepared by high power committee of JNKVV in the chairmanship of Dean Faculty Dr. S.S. Tomar with the members Dr.S.D. Upadhyay, Dr. T.R. Sharma and secretary DSW, Dr. P.K. Bisen and submitted to Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. The stone foundation of College building was celebrated on 23012014, vikram samvat 2070 magh Krishna tithi 7 by H’able Chief guest Nitin Gadkari’, ex president BJP in the precious presence of H’able Vice-Chancellor, JNKVV Prof. V.S. Tomar, Jayant Maliaya, Finance Minister, M.P. Govt. Brijmohan Agrawal, Agriculture Minister Govt. of C.G., Gouri Shankar Bisen, Agriculture Minister, M.P. Govt. and other dignitaries.
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College of Agricultural Engineering, Jabalpur
The College of Agricultural Engineering was established in the Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur in the year 1967. The campus lies at JNKVV headquarter near Adhartal in Jabalpur on the National Highway NH7. It is situated in agro climatic zone IV known as Kymore Plateau and Satpura Hills.
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College of Agriculture, Powarkheda
College of Agriculture, Powarkheda
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