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Faculty Name Dr RAJESH KUMAR PANDEY
Father Name
Designation Assistant Professor
Department Name INSTITUTE OF BASIC SCIENCE (DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY)
Total Experience (Years) 15
Research Experience (Years) 9
Date Of Joining 21/10/2013
Brief Information B Sc Zoology, Botany, Chemistry 1998, M Sc Botany 2000, Ph D Botany (Plant Pathology) 2009, ASRB NET (Plant Pathology)
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Number Of Research Paper 32
Number Of Research Student 2

Reviewer/Editor :

  1. PLOS ONE
    URL: www.plosone.org
  2. Biocontrol Science and Technology
    URL: www.tandfonline.com
  3. Pedosphere
    URL: www.journals.elsevier.com/pedosphere

Specialization :

  1. Plant Pathology, Mycology, Nematology, Microbial Biotechnology, IPR, Fermentation Technology, Formulation Technology, Crop Protection

Qualification :

S.No Qualification University Year
1 Ph D Through Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi and submitted to CCS University Meerut 2009
2 ASRB-NET (Plant Pathology) www.asrb.org.in 2015
3 M Sc (Botany) Dr RML Avdh University Faizabad 2000
4 B Sc (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry) DDU Gorakhpur University Gorakhpur 1998

Technical Area:

  1. Plant Pathology, Mycology, Plant Physiology, Reproduction and Development, Genetics, Ecology-II

Faculty Research Area :

S.No No of Patent WorkShop Seminar Coference
1 5 12 26 International

Project Name:

  1. I served as Co-Principal Investigator in two external funded: Project No. 1. “Training through demonstration on eco-friendly integrated management of major soil borne fungal and root knot nematode diseases infecting vegetables and pulses” DBT, New Delhi sponsored project (letter No. - BT/PR8895/SPD/24/238/2007) cost of project-11.67/- lakhs.
  2. Project No. 2. “Transfer of IPM technology package to farmers’ fields through training and demonstration against insect pests wilt fungus and root-knot nematode diseases infecting tomato and cowpea” TIFAC-DST sponsored project (etter No. T/TVM/Agri (APD)/2008, dated 21.3.2008). Total cost of project Rs. 33.50/- lakhs.

Recent Book:

  1. By virtue of my research contribution, I have shared 32 research papers published in National & Internationally repute Journals, out which:
  2. Nematicidal prenylated flavanones from Phyllanthus niruri. Phytochemistry.69(3):759-764
  3. Management of root knot nematode on tomato ...... and Trichoderma harzianum. Journal of Environmental science and Health Part-B, 44(3)237–240
  4. Management of disease complex ....... and Farm Yard Manure. Journal of Environmental science and Health Part-B, 42 (8) 899-904
  5. Integrated application of ........infecting tomato plants. Journal of Zhejiang University Science (B) 7(11): 873-875
  6. Management of root ................ and Trichoderma harzianum. Indian Phytopathology 59 (2): 82-86
  7. Bacillus subtilis: An ..... Pigeon Pea (C. cajan Millsp). The Procee of the Nat. Academy of Sciences, Section B-Biol. Sciences 75 (IV): 234-237
  8. Management ............. VA-Mycorrhiza on chickpea. International Newsletters of Chickpea and Pigeonpea, ICRISAT, 12: 32-34
  9. Influence of ......... microflora of chickpea rhizosphere. Indian Journal of Pulses Research. 18 (2):263-264
  10. Effect of different bioformulations of Paecilomyces lilacinus-181 ........ infecting tomato. Indian Journal of Agriculture Sciences. 81 (3): 261–267
  11. Integrated management of collar rot of lentil caused by Sclerotium rolfsii. International Journal of Plant Protection. 5 (2): 386-390
  12. First report of brown leaf spot ..... C. lunata (W) infecting Indian spinach (Basella rubra L.) from India. Indian Phytopathology, 64 (2): 207
  13. Studies on integrated........Bacillus subtilis and fungicides. Indian Phytopathology. 69 (4): 356-368
  14. Efficacy of different levels of T. viride......in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Annals of plant protection sciences, 11(1): 101-103
  15. Bio-control activity of P. lilacinum........tomato caused by M. incognita. Biocontrol Science and Technology 23(12):1469-1489

Award Name :

  1. 1. I got Best Paper Presentation in the seminar on Traditional/indigenous practices for pest management of major crops” presided over the “Dr. J. C. Edward Memorial Award” during Nov. 17-18, 2008 organized by Allahabad Agricultural Institute-Deemed University, Allahabad and Indian Phyto-pathological Society, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi
  2. 2. Horned with Young Scientist Award in the seminar on “Innovative and Modern Technologies for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development” on 19-20 October 2013 organized by Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development Allahabad at Vigyan Parishad University of Allahabad Campus
  3. 1. I attended and presented project proposal in Brain Storming on “Utilization of natural resources available in Bundelkhand Region” sponsored by NSTD, Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi at Bundelkhand University Jhansi, during 10-11 March 2016
  4. 2. I attended a training programme on “Faculty Development Programme” organized by Bundelkhand University Jhansi, during 1-7 Sept, 2015.
  5. 3. I attended a winter school training course on “Exploiting the Potential of Underutilized Vegetables for Nutritional security and Economic prosperity” in Department of Vegetable Science, College of Horticulture & Forestry, CAU, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh during 1-21st October, 2014 sponsored by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi.
  6. 4. I attended a model training course on “Beneficial soil nematode biodiversity for managing insect pests and promoting agricultural sustainability” under the Broad area: Eco-friendly management practices” in Division of Nematology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute-Deemed University, New Delhi-110012 sponsored by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi during 18th -25th February 2014.
  7. 5. I am attended a National CAFT training on “Understanding of the mechanism of host-pathogen-bio-agent interaction and sustainable management strategy for threatening crop diseases” sponsored by ICAR, Govt. of India, New Delhi in Division of Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi held on during 24 Sept- 14 October, 2013
  8. 6. I attended a National training on 'Project formulation, risk assessment, scientific report writing and presentation' in Division of Agricultural Engineering, Indian Agricultural Research Institute-Deemed University, New Delhi sponsored by National Agricultural Innovation Project, New Delhi during 12-16 March 2013
  9. 7. I attended a national training on “Extraction and Analysis of Nutraceuticals from Vegetables, Fruits and Non Food Crops” Division of Agricultural Chemicals, Indian Agricultural Research Institute-Deemed University, New Delhi sponsored by National Agricultural Innovation Project, New Delhi during November 22-24, 2012
  10. 8. I attended a model training course on “Nematode Problems in Field and Horticultural Crop and their Management” in Division of Nematology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute-Deemed University, New Delhi sponsored by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi during 3-10 November 2011
  11. 9. I attended a training programme on “Production and Quality Control of Organic Inputs” in Amity Institute of Organic Agriculture, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida sponsored by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, during 14 May-23 May 2008
  12. 10. I attended a Computer Certificate Course on “Computer application” in JSS, Basti sponsored by Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, New Delhi during 6 month in 2001
  13. 11. I attended a training programme on “Bee Keeping” in Govt. Bee Keeping, Horticultural Experiment and Training Center sponsored by UPCAR, Lucknow during 2 April-16 May 1997
  14. 1. Rajesh Kumar Pandey orally presented a paper on “Studies on integrated management of vascular wilt disease of chickpea crop caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri through fungal biocontrol agents, Glomus fasciculatum, Bacillus subtilis and fungicides” in 6th International Conference on “Plant, Pathogens and People” challenges in Plant Pathology to Benefit Humankind, organized by Indian Phytopathological Society New Delhi during 23-27 February 2016.
  15. 2. Rajesh Kumar Pandey and Pratibha Pandey presented a poster paper on “Studies on management of Anthracnose and Dieback disease causedColletotrichum capsici infecting chilli (Capsicium annuum) crop through pellet based fungal biocontrol agents and fungicide” in National Conference on Horticultural in North East region, organized by College of Horticulture and Forestry, Central Agricultural University, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh during 16-18 January 2016.
  16. 3. Rajesh Kumar Pandey and BK Goswami orally presented a paper on “Development of bioformulations of potential isolates of Paecilomyces lilacinus characterized by biochemical and molecular analysis” in National Seminar on Traditional/indigenous practices for pest management of major crops, organized by Department of Plant Protection, Allahabad Agricultural Institute – Deemed University Allahabad and Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi during 17-18 December 2008.
  17. 4. Rajesh Kumar Pandey and BK Goswami orally presented a paper on “Cost effective management of root knot nematode and root rot fungal disease of tomato crops....sustainability of tropical agriculture” in International Tropical Ecology Congress 2007, organized by HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal), India and International Society for Tropical Ecology during 2-5 December 2007
  18. 5. Rajesh Kumar Pandey and BK Goswami orally presented a paper on “Disease incidence on Guava (Psidium guajava L) orchard Allahabad caused by Complex Etiology of wilt fungus and root knot nematode” in International Conference on Agricultural Heritage of Asia, organized by Asian Agri-History Foundation, 47, ICRISAT Colony, Secunderabad India during 6-8 December 2004
  19. 6. Rajesh Kumar Pandey and BK Goswami orally presented a paper on “Eco-friendly integrated management of wilt disease of pigeonpea caused by Fusarium udum through biocontrol agents, fungicides and organic amendments under field condition” in National Seminar on Biotechnological approaches towards the integrated management of crop diseases, organized by Department of Botany, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, M.S. India during 30th-31st of July 2004.
  20. 7. Rajesh Kumar Pandey orally presented a paper on “Effect of different levels of VAM fungus on root knot nematode and its rhizosphere microflora” in 5th National symposium on Biocontrol agents for sustainable management of pests, organized by Department of Plant pathology, GB Pant University of Agricultural and Technology, Pant Nagar, Uttarakhand in association of Society of Plant Protection Sciences New Delhi India during 18-20 December 2003
  21. 8. Rajesh Kumar Pandey orally presented a paper on “Efficacy of different levels of Trichoderma viride against root knot nematode in chickpea” in 4th Indian Agricultural Scientists and Farmers Congress, organized by Ch Charan Singh University Meerut and Bioved Research and Communication Centre, Allahabad, at CCS University Meerut India during 16-17 Feb 2002
  22. 9. Rajesh Kumar Pandey orally presented a paper on “Studies on mycotoxic effect of leaf spot disease caused by Alternaria alternata on Broadbean (Vicia faba) and their management through fungicides under field conditions” in National Symposium on “Eco-Friendly Approaches for Plant Disease Management: Recent Trends and Opportunities” organized by Indian Phytopathological Society Mid Eastern Zone, New Delhi and IIPR Kanpur during 29-30 December 2016 at ICAR-IIPR Kanpur.
  23. 10. Rajesh Kumar Pandey orally presented a paper on “Biological MANAGEMENT OF DRY ROOT ROT (Rhizoctonia bataticola) OF CHICKPEA BY Trichoderma” in National Seminar on “Innovative and Modern Technologies for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development” on 19-20 October 2013 organized by Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development Allahabad at Vigyan Parishad University of Allahabad Campus
  24. 1. Rajesh Kumar Pandey, delivered a lecture to research scholar of Ph D course work conducted by Bundelkhand University Jhansi during 2015 on “Development of formulation of Bio-control agents for the integrated management of Plant Disease”
  25. 2. Rajesh Kumar Pandey, delivered a lecture to research scholar of Ph D course work conducted by Bundelkhand University Jhansi during 2016 on Extraction of secondary metabolites from fungal bio-control agents and its estimation through GC-MS
  26. 3. Rajesh Kumar Pandey, served as Reporter in technical session-II and member of poster evaluation committee for assessment of the rank of posters for selecting best poster presentation award in technical session–III of national symposium “Eco-Friendly Approaches for Plant Disease Management: Recent Trends and Opportunities” organized by Indian Phytopathological Society Mid Eastern Zone, New Delhi and IIPR Kanpur during 29-30 December 2016 at ICAR-IIPR Kanpur
  27. 1. Radio Talk at All India Radio of Allahabad in “Krishi Jagat” on “Hari Khad k liye sanai va daicha ki keti” date of recording 25.04.2003 and broadcasted on 28.04.2003 at 6.05 AM
  28. 2. Radio Talk at All India Radio of Allahabad in “Krishi Jagat” on “Nebu vargeye paodho me lag ne wale rogo ki rok tham hetu upai ” date of recording 10.09.2002 and broadcasted on 12.09.2002 at 6.05 AM
  29. 11. Rajesh Kumar Pandey attended a international seminar on “Enhancing awareness of the threat of root lesion nematode in India” organized by Centre for Crop Health, University of Southern Queensland, Australia at NSC NAAS complex New Delhi on 03 Feb 2017.
  30. 12. I attended a international workshop on “Enhancing awareness of the threat of root lesion nematode in India” organized by Centre for Crop Health, University of Southern Queensland, Australia at JNKVV Jabalpur MP during 6-10 Feb 2017.
  31. 13. 1. Rajesh Kumar Pandey orally presented a paper on “Studies on effect of fungal biocontrol agents, Trichoderma harzianum, T. viride, T. virens, eight strains of Paecilomyces lilacinus and Aspergillus niger (AN-27) on root lesion nematode caused by Pratylenchus thornei on chickpea (Cicer arietnum L.) under field conditions” in National Symposium on “Issues and Challenges in Ecological Sciences-2017 (ICES-2017” under the technical session on “Microbial Ecology” during Feb 23-25, 2017 organized by Department of Botany-Cnetre of Advanced study in Botany, BHU, Varanasi-284128, UP
  32. 3. I got Best Poster Paper Presentation in the national symposium on “Issues and Challenges in Ecological Sciences-2017 (ICES-2017” during Feb 23-25, 2017 organized by Department of Botany-Cnetre of Advanced study in Botany, BHU, Varanasi-284128, UP