Welcome To Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bilaspur (C.G.)

         Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bilaspur started from 19 June 1984 and working as per mandates finalized by ICAR and the University to trained and demonstrate the farmers about improved agricultural technology to uplift their standard of living. In 1994 – 95 the total farm area of 11.20 ha was transferred from RARS, Sarkanda Farm to the KVK to establish demonstration unit. Since then, the KVK farm is producing seed of different crops to ensure the availability of good quality seed to the farmers. Currently, the area under cultivation in the KVK instructional farm is 6.82 ha. The KVK also has a dairy unit for demonstration purpose.

KVK Bilaspur         Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bilaspur was sanctioned vide letter no. F(1) (2)/84/KVK/ Dt. 30/05/1984 and established in June 19, 1984, under Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur. For the Past 34 years, KVK Bilaspur has served the district for the extension of improved agricultural technologies to the farmer's field. Hon'able Vice Chancellor of IGKV, Raipur is Dr. S. K. Patil,. who is the Youngest Vice Chancellor of the University. Director Extension Services,IGKV, Raipur is Dr. A.L. Rathore and Senior Scientist & Head of KVK, Bilaspur is Dr. Amit Kumar Shukla. 


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ICFRE (Indian Council of Forest Research & Education), Dehradun, TFRI (Tropical Forest Research Institure),Jabalpur and World Bank jointly visited village at Marwahi Block along with KVK Scientist for the selection of site & farmers for there upcoming project colaborated with KVK Bilaspur on dated 29-30 January 2019.

Celebration of Mahila Kisan Diwas on dated 15.10.2018 at Village Bhaisajhar.

Field Day on Crop Urd, Var.-Shekhar on dated 08.10.2018 at Village Gidhauri under CFLD.

poster presentation Under Swachchhata Hi Seva campaign at village Chorbhatti on dated 01.10.2018.

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Mandates/Activities

1. Assessment, refinement and demonstration of technology/ methodology/products.
2. Collaborate with the State Agricultural University, the state extension personnel in "On-farming testing", refining and documenting the technologies for developing region specific sustainable land use systems.
3. Organize trainings to update the extension personnel within the area of operation with emerging advances in agricultural research on regular basis.
4. Organize long-term vocational training courses in agriculture and allied vocations for the rural youths with emphasis on "learning by doing " for generating self-employment through institutional financing.
5. Organize front-line demonstrations in various crops to generate production data and feedback information

Activities

1. On farm testing to identify the location specificity of technologies in various farming systems
2.Frontline demonstrations to establish production potentials of newly released technologies on farmers' fields and provide feedback.
3.Training of farmers and farmwomen to update their knowledge and skills in modern agricultural technologies and training of extension personnel to orient them in the frontier areas of technology development.
4.Work as resources and knowledge centre of agricultural technology for supporting initiatives of public, private and voluntary sector for improving the agricultural economy of the district.
5.Create awareness about frontier technologies through large number of extension activities like Farmer fair, Field day, Strategic campaign, Ex-trainees meet, etc.
6.The seed and planting materials produce by the KVKs also be made available to the farmers.