Division of Social Sciences and Training
Agricultural Extension Education
Achievements (during the Period of 2019-2023)
- Development of e-Extension models to reach the unreached for soil salinity knowledge management in India: The development of video scripts for creation of videos was done and selection of e-extension channels was taken care for dissemination of video series. The video production work as well as editing work has been completed for different episodes of Lavaneeya Mitti Samachar of ICAR-CSSRI, Karnal.
- Sensitizing farmers to the benefits of converting waste into wealth through climate smart agriculture practices (CSAPs) in rice-wheat system of Haryana: Development of Statements for awareness scale to measure the level of knowledge improved due to project interventions was done at ICAR-CSSRI, Karnal..
- Impact assessment of salt tolerant wheat variety KRL210 in salt affected regions: Preparation of schedules for the data collection was done and planning for survey, Conducted field visits to Gudda farm to assess the impact of CSSRI technologies. Collection of secondary data was carried out at ICAR-CSSRI, Karnal.
- Member in formation of CSSRI Navya Mahila Self help group at Buddenpur Village, Haryana through ICAR-CSSRI, Karnal.
- Development of database and program modules for horticultural crops: The cultivation database has been redeveloped in Kannada language to cater the needs of local farmers at ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru
- Assessment of horticultural-based farming system for enhancing profitability of small and marginal farmers: To enhance the profitability of small and marginal farmers by integrated farming systems through horticultural interventions in two districts of Karnataka viz., Kolar and Ramanagara, demonstration was undertaken in each district eight villages (4 treatments + 4 controls) were selected and 48 demonstration technologies were introduced from ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru
- Capacity Analysis of Selected FPOs and promotion of Horticultural Technologies through FPOs has been taken up through ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru.
- Organized Online Discussion Meeting of ICAR Task Force Committee for Agro Climatic Zone X by ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru as a Co-Nodal officer for TFC
Research Papers (Best 10/High Impact)
- Ramya H R., M.C.A. Devi., Naveena N., & S. Subhash. (2019). Perception of Farmers towards Integrated Farming Systems in Select Agro-climatic Zones of Karnataka: A Methodological Approach. Indian Journal of Extension Education. Vol. 55, No. 4, 2019 (31-36).
- Ramya H R., M.C.A. Devi., Naveena N., & S. Subhash. (2021). Constraints Analysis in Integrated Farming System in Select Agro-Climatic Zones of Karnataka State. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.10(03): 1220-1234. https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2021.1003.149
- Ramya, H.R., P.V. Satya Gopal., S.V. Prasad., & Raja, L. (2017). Characteristics Determining the Livelihood Security of the Tribal Farmers. International Journal of Current Microbiology & Applied Sciences, ISSN: 2319-7706. Volume 6 Number 7 (2017) pp. 4462-4470. https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2017.607.465
- R. Venkattkumar., C. Vasanthi., V.K. Jayaraghavendra Rao., G.A. Atheequlla., & H.R. Ramya. (2023). Organizational Capacity Assessment of Community-based Organizations – A Theoretical Orientation. Indian Res. J. Ext. Edu. 23 (1), January-March, 2023. Pp-1-5 Online published : 01.01.2023. https://doi.org/10.54986/irjee/2023/Jan_mar/1-5
- Ramya H R., P. V. Satya Gopal., V. Sailaja., & S.V. Prasad. (2018). Livelihood System Analysis of Tribal Farmers. Multilogic in Science. An International Indexed, Journal in Science & Agriculture. Volume VIII, Issue XXV. Pp: 94-101.
- Ramya H R., P. V. Satya Gopa.l, V. Sailaja., & S.V. Prasad. (2017). Strategy For Improving The Livelihood Security Of Tribal Farmers in High Altitude Tribal Zone Of Karnataka State. Bull. Env. Pharmacol. Life Sci., Vol 6 Special issue  2017: 443-449. URL:http://www.bepls.com
- Ramya H R., P. V. Satya Gopa.l, V. Sailaja., & S.V. Prasad. (2016). Personal, Socio-Economic & Psychological Characteristics of the Tribal Farmers. Andhra Pradesh Journal of Agril.Sci: Vol 2(2):140-145.
- Ramya H R., P. V. Satya Gopa.l, V. Sailaja., & S.V. Prasad. (2016). Problems & Suggestions as Perceived by the Tribal Farmers towards their Livelihood Security. J. Res. ANGRAU 44(1&2): 79-82.
- R. Venkattkumar., & Ramya H.R. (2023). Capacity building for self-reliant Horticulture: Status & Strategies. Souvenir, National Horticulture Fair -2023. Innovative Horticulture for Self-Reliance. Published by Director, ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru.
- Ramya H R., V.K. Jayaraghavendra Rao., K. Sai Maheshwari., Sushrirekha Das., and Uday Kumar G. (2023). Livelihood Opportunities in Horticulture: Promoting Women Hortipreneurs [E-book] Hyderabad: IIHR, Bengaluru & National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, Hyderabad, India. ISBN: 978-93-91668-78-5. Director General, National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE), Hyderabad, and printed at MANAGE, Hyderabad as e-publication. https://www.manage.gov.in/publications/eBooks/Livelihood%20Opportunities....
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- C. Aswathy, Ana Raj, Shanthanu, Khrienguno, H. R. Ramya, Bharat S Sontakki and Nagasree (2020). Institutional linkages and community partnerships for climate resilient Agriculture. Pp: 569-582. ISBN No. : 978-81-943090-7-9. Book on Climate Change and Indian Agriculture: Challenges and Adaptation strategies by ICAR-NAARM, Hyderabad, 2020.
- Ramya. H. R. (2023). Indian Horticulture scenario and Livelihood Opportunities in horticulture: An Emphasis to women. Pp: 6-22. ISBN No. : 978-93-91668-78-5. Livelihood Opportunities in Horticulture: Promoting Women Hortipreneurs. e-book by MANAGE, Hyderabad & ICAR-IIHR, Bengaluru. https://www.manage.gov.in/publications/eBooks/Livelihood%20Opportunities...
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