Infrastructure



List of Equipments

  1. Hot air oven
  2. Moisture box
  3. Moisture meter
  4. Tube auger
  5. Bucket auger
  6. Seed germinator
  7. Conductivity meter
  8. pH meter
  9. Water bath
  10. Shaker
  11. Chlorophyll meter
  12. Drip and sprinkler system
  13. Sprayer
  14. Spring balance 50Kg
  15. Spring balance 10Kg
  16. Top pan balance 1 kg capacity
  17. Toppan balance 2 kg capacity
  18. Meter scale
  19. Tape
  20. Brix meter
  21. Rain gauge
  22. Tensiometer
  23. Barometer
  24. Binocular microscope
  25. Insect box
  26. Insect collection nets
  27. Stereomicroscope
  28. Electronic balance
  29. Soxhlet extraction apparatus
  30. Bee keeping equipment
  31. Oven
  32. Patters tower
  33. Sprayers
  34. Light traps
  35. Fumigation chamber
  36. pH meter
  37. Heating mantle
  38. Shaking incubator
  39. Laminar flow
  40. Water bath
  41. Oven
  42. Microscope
  43. Binocular microscope
  44. Electronic moisture meter
  45. Electronic balance
  46. Seed germinator
  47. Automatic seed/grain counter
  48. Magnetic stirrer
  49. Bod incubator
  50. Distillation unit
  51. Autoclave
  52. Hot water bath
  53. Micro oven
  54. Centrifuge
  55. Refrigerator
  56. Hot plate with magnetic capsule
  57. Protein electrophoresis unit
  58. Hot air oven
  59. Bod incubator
  60. Fluorescence microscope
  61. Cooling centrifuge
  62. Growth chamber
  63. Distillation assembly
  64. Hand refractometer
  65. Digital refractometer
  66. Electronic weighing balance
  67. Pan Balance (1kg & 10 kg capacity each)
  68. Deep freezer
  69. Fruit crusher
  70. Grinding and Mixing Machine
  71. Distillation assembly
  72. Seed germinator
  73. Grafting and budding knife
  74. Secateurs
  75. Saw
  76. Loppers
  77. Microscope
  78. Polyhouse
  79. Mist chamber
  80. Refrigerator
  81. Muffle furnace
  82. Weighing balance
  83. Water bath
  84. Fruit penetrometer
  85. Pulper
  86. Juice extractor
  87. Crown corking machine
  88. Spectrophotometer
  89. Microwave oven
  90. Baking oven
  91. Sieve shaker
  92. Poly pouch sealer
  93. Crusher
  94. Masala grinder
  95. Dehydrator
  96. Vacuum pump
  97. Hot plate
  98. Vortex shaker
  99. Flame photometer
  100. Nitrogen Distillation unit
  101. Bod Incubator
  102. Electronic Top pan balance (0.1 gm capacity)
  103. Electronic Top pan balance (1 mg capacity)
  104. pH meter
  105. EC meter
  106. Flame photometer
  107. Visible spectrophotometer
  108. Hot plate
  109. Distilled water unit
  110. Water bath
  111. Rotary shaker
  112. Binocular microscope
  113. Bod incubator
  114. Autoclave
  115. Laminar Air Flow
  116. Microwave oven
  117. Digestion block
  118. Hydrometer
  119. Infiltrometer
  120. Hydraulic conductivity meter
  121. Atterberg’s Limits meter
  122. Nitrogen Analyzer
  123. Colorimeter
  124. Moisture Indication
  125. Water Quality Testing Kit
  126. Thermometer maximum
  127. Thermometer minimum
  128. Digital anemometer
  129. Cup anemometer
  130. Pan evaporimeter
  131. Soil thermometer
  132. Rain gauge
  133. Self-recording Rain gauge
  134. Sunshine recorder
  135. Stevensons screen
  136. Thermograph
  137. Hygrograph
  138. Soil heat flux plate
  139. GPS
  140. AWS(optional)
  141. Solar pyranometer
  142. Lysimeter (optional)
  143. Lux meter
  144. Microscope compound with photo display arrangement
  145. Stereo binocular microscope
  146. Sample Processing Board (Dry preservation of samples)
  147. Wet preservation Jars
  148. Autoclave
  149. Oven
  150. Deep fridge
  151. Centrifuge(3000rpm)
  152. Refrigerator
  153. Water bath
  154. Electronic balance
  155. Weighing machine
  156. Incubator
  157. Occular meter
  158. Stage micrometer
  159. Camera lucida
  160. Hand and electric centrifuge
  161. Analytical balance
  162. Hot air oven
  163. Micro Kjeldahl N Digestion and distillation Apparatus
  164. Soxhlet unit for fat estimation
  165. Hot plate, fibertech.
  166. Vacuum pump
  167. Willy mill grinder
  168. Platform balance (100kgcap)
  169. Gerber centrifuge unit(for milk fat testing)
  170. Milk analyzer(automatic)
  171. Crude fiber estimation unit
  172. Distilled water unit
  173. 5000/6500 feed and forage analyzer
  174. Lactometer
  175. Incubator cum hatcher
  176. Brooder machine
  177. Feeder
  178. Waterer
  179. Egg candling machine
  180. Debeaker
  181. Vaccinator
  182. Milking bucket
  183. Milking can
  184. Animal and bird identification tools
  185. Chaff cutter
  186. Lactometer
  187. Castrator
  188. Shearer
  189. Electric dehorner
  190. Common medication device
  191. Cattle crate
  192. Milking machine
  193. Artificial vagina
  194. Working models of MB plough, disc plough and indigenous plough
  195. Working models of different harrows
  196. Seed drill
  197. Different types of threshing drum
  198. Working models of reaper and movers
  199. Different types of sprayers and duster
  200. Cut model of CI & SI engine
  201. Cut model of tractor

Agronomy Lab

Agronomy labs are indispensable facilities at the forefront of agricultural research and innovation. These laboratories serve as vital hubs for conducting experiments aimed at optimizing crop production and soil management practices. Researchers utilize agronomy labs to explore a wide range of topics, from studying the physiological responses of plants to environmental stressors to developing more resilient crop varieties through breeding techniques. Soil analysis conducted in these labs provides essential insights into nutrient levels, pH balance, and soil structure, guiding farmers in making informed decisions about fertilization and irrigation strategies. Additionally, agronomy labs play a crucial role in advancing sustainable farming methods by investigating techniques to minimize environmental impact and enhance resource efficiency. Overall, agronomy labs serve as catalysts for progress in agriculture, driving advancements that contribute to global food security and environmental sustainability.

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Agricultural Economics Lab

Agricultural economics serves as the cornerstone for understanding the intricate interactions between economic principles and agricultural systems. It provides invaluable insights into the allocation of resources, production decisions, and market dynamics within the agricultural sector. Through rigorous analysis, it guides farmers, policymakers, and stakeholders in optimizing production efficiency, mitigating risks, and ensuring food security. Moreover, agricultural economics informs the development of policies and strategies aimed at addressing challenges such as market volatility, resource scarcity, and sustainability concerns. Its interdisciplinary approach fosters a deeper understanding of the complex relationships between agriculture, the economy, and society, ultimately contributing to the resilience and prosperity of rural communities worldwide.

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Agriculture Extension Lab

Agricultural extension labs serve as vital conduits for disseminating knowledge, technology, and best practices to farmers and rural communities. These labs facilitate hands-on training, demonstrations, and workshops on modern agricultural techniques, pest management, and sustainable practices. By bridging the gap between research institutions and farmers, extension labs empower agricultural stakeholders with up-to-date information and innovative solutions to enhance productivity and livelihoods. They play a crucial role in promoting adoption of new technologies, improving crop yields, and fostering economic development in rural areas. Through collaborative efforts with farmers and local organizations, agricultural extension labs contribute significantly to building resilient and thriving agricultural systems, addressing challenges, and promoting sustainable agriculture for future generations.

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Entomology Lab

Entomology labs are essential hubs for studying insect biology, behavior, and management strategies. By conducting research on insect pests and beneficial species, these labs contribute to developing sustainable pest control methods. They provide critical support to agriculture, forestry, and public health sectors by identifying threats, studying disease vectors, and enhancing integrated pest management practices. Through their work, entomology labs play a crucial role in safeguarding crops, ecosystems, and human health from the impacts of insect-related issues

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Genetics & Plant Breeding Lab

Genetics and Plant Breeding labs are instrumental in advancing agricultural productivity and sustainability. These labs utilize cutting-edge technologies to study plant genomes, traits, and hereditary patterns, facilitating the development of improved crop varieties. By employing selective breeding techniques and genetic manipulation, they enhance traits such as yield, disease resistance, and nutritional value, contributing to food security and resilience in changing climates. Through their research and innovation, Genetics and Plant Breeding labs play a pivotal role in addressing global challenges in agriculture while ensuring the continued evolution and adaptation of crop species for future generations

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Horticulture Lab

Horticulture labs serve as essential hubs for research, experimentation, and innovation in the cultivation of fruits, vegetables, ornamental plants, and landscaping materials. These facilities conduct studies on plant physiology, propagation techniques, and crop management practices to optimize yield, quality, and resource efficiency. Through their work, horticulture labs contribute to developing resilient plant varieties, sustainable production methods, and strategies for pest and disease management, thereby supporting the horticultural industry and enhancing urban and rural landscapes. By bridging scientific knowledge with practical applications, these labs play a critical role in advancing horticultural practices to meet the demands of a growing population while preserving environmental integrity.

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Food Science & Technology Lab

Food Science & Technology labs are crucial for ensuring the safety, quality, and innovation of food products. These facilities conduct research on food composition, processing methods, and preservation techniques to enhance nutritional value, shelf-life, and consumer satisfaction. By applying scientific principles, they contribute to the development of new food products, improvement of existing ones, and adherence to regulatory standards, thereby safeguarding public health and promoting food security.

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Soil Science Lab

Soil Science labs are essential for understanding soil composition, fertility, and health, providing insights critical for sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation. These labs conduct analyses to assess soil properties such as pH, nutrient levels, and microbial activity, guiding fertilization strategies and land management practices. By studying soil erosion, contamination, and remediation techniques, they contribute to mitigating environmental degradation and preserving natural resources. Through their research and expertise, Soil Science labs play a pivotal role in ensuring the long-term productivity of agricultural lands, promoting ecosystem resilience, and supporting global efforts towards sustainable development.

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Agrometeorology Lab

Agrometeorology labs serve as essential centers for studying the dynamic relationship between weather patterns and agricultural systems. These facilities analyze meteorological data to provide farmers with tailored insights and recommendations for optimizing crop management practices, irrigation scheduling, and pest control strategies. By integrating meteorological information into agricultural decision-making, agrometeorology labs contribute significantly to improving crop yield, resource efficiency, and resilience against climate-related challenges.

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Plant Pathology Lab

Plant Pathology labs are instrumental in safeguarding global food security by studying plant diseases and developing strategies for disease management. Through research, diagnosis, and monitoring of pathogens, these labs contribute to the prevention and control of plant diseases, ultimately enhancing crop yield and quality. By advancing our understanding of pathogen biology and host-pathogen interactions, Plant Pathology labs play a critical role in supporting sustainable agricultural practices and mitigating economic losses due to crop diseases.

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Animal Sciences Lab

Animal Science labs are essential for advancing knowledge and innovation in livestock production, health, and welfare. These facilities conduct research on genetics, nutrition, reproduction, and disease management to improve animal productivity and well-being. By studying animal physiology and behavior, Animal Science labs contribute to the development of sustainable farming practices and the enhancement of animal health and production efficiency.

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Dairy and Poultry Lab

Dairy and Poultry labs are pivotal for ensuring the quality, safety, and efficiency of dairy and poultry production. These labs conduct research on feed formulation, genetics, disease management, and processing techniques to optimize production outcomes. By developing innovative solutions for enhancing animal health, nutrition, and product quality, Dairy and Poultry labs play a crucial role in supporting the dairy and poultry industries, promoting food security, and meeting consumer demands for safe and nutritious dairy and poultry products.

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Agriculture Engineering Lab

Agricultural Engineering labs are essential hubs for developing innovative technologies and solutions to address challenges in agricultural production and resource management. These facilities focus on designing and implementing machinery, irrigation systems, and infrastructure to improve efficiency, reduce labor, and conserve resources. By integrating engineering principles with agricultural practices, Agriculture Engineering labs play a crucial role in advancing sustainable farming methods, enhancing productivity, and ensuring the resilience of agricultural systems in the face of climate change and growing food demand.

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There are nine instructional farm units including one Integral Krishi Vikas Kendra (IKVK) running under the umbrella of the IIAST. These farms are used for crop production, research, and experimentation. Overall, it plays a crucial role in advancing Agricultural knowledge practices and training the next generation of Agricultural professionals. At IKVK various awareness programs are regularly organized on several emerging issues for the farmers of the adjoining villages and to help them to incorporate the current scientific advances and technology tools in their day to day operations.


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Mushroom units are vital for cultivating and researching mushrooms, contributing to food security and nutrition diversification. These facilities specialize in controlled environments, optimizing conditions for mushroom growth and ensuring consistent production of high-quality mushrooms for commercial and research purposes.


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Vermicompost units are essential for converting organic waste into nutrient-rich compost using earthworms, promoting sustainable waste management and soil fertility. These facilities employ vermicomposting techniques to efficiently break down organic materials, producing high-quality compost that enhances soil health and supports plant growth.


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NADEP and Azolla units play crucial roles in sustainable agriculture by producing organic fertilizers and nitrogen-fixing plants like Azolla. These units enhance soil fertility, reduce dependency on chemical fertilizers, and promote eco-friendly farming practices, contributing to agricultural productivity and environmental conservation.


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Automatic weather stations provide real-time meteorological data essential for accurate weather forecasting and agricultural decision-making. These stations monitor parameters such as temperature, humidity, rainfall, and wind speed, enabling farmers to optimize planting, irrigation, and pest management practices based on current weather conditions.


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Hydroponics systems offer a soil-less method for cultivating plants, maximizing space efficiency and water conservation in agriculture. By providing precise control over nutrient delivery and environmental conditions, hydroponics enables year-round production of high-quality crops in diverse settings, from urban environments to arid regions


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Biogas plants utilize organic waste to produce renewable energy in the form of biogas, reducing dependence on fossil fuels and mitigating environmental pollution. These facilities also generate organic fertilizer as a byproduct, promoting sustainable agriculture and waste management practices


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Agricultural museums preserve the history, culture, and innovations of agriculture, educating visitors about farming practices and their evolution over time. They serve as valuable resources for research, outreach, and public engagement, fostering appreciation for the importance of agriculture in society.


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Herbal gardens showcase diverse medicinal and aromatic plants, promoting education, research, and the conservation of traditional herbal remedies. They serve as living laboratories for studying plant properties, fostering awareness of natural medicine, and supporting sustainable healthcare practices.


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