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Dr. G. Pratibha

Principal Scientist (Agronomy) & OIC, GRF

Education : Ph.D. in Agronomy
Major research areas : Agroforestry, medicinal, dye yielding plants, mitigation of climate change through resource conservation, and conservation agriculture
E-mail : g.pratibha@icar.gov.in

Experience profile
  • Joined as Scientist through ARS on 10.11.1993
  • Scientist (S1) - CRIDA, Hyderabad 23.06.1995 to 31.10.1998
  • Scientist Sr. Scale - CRIDA, Hyderabad 01.11.1998 to 09.11.2002
  • Senior Scientist - CRIDA, Hyderabad 10.11.2002 to 31.12.2008
  • Principal Scientist - CRIDA, Hyderabad 01.01.2009 to till date
  • Awarded HEH Nizams Gold Medal for securing first rank in M.Sc.(Ag.) during 1986-88
  • Awarded Senior fellowship by CSIR in 1989, for prosecuting Ph.D.
  • NUFFIC fellow ship for undergoing training at International Agricultural Center, Wageningen, The Netherlands
  • Fulbright Nehru Environment leadership Programme for executing project entitled "Life cycle analysis and Environmental impact assessment of conservation agricultural strategies”
  • Fellowship from USEIF and CIES to participate in The SCA Regional Fulbright Alumni Conference. Adapting to Change: Fulbrighters perspectives on South and Central Asian Socities at Nepal and present a paper Conservation agriculture – A new paradigm for climate change mitigation in rainfed Indian agriculture.
  • Best Poster for paper on “SRI for enhancing the land productivity in rainfed rice based farming systems’ in National Symposium on System for Rice Intensification, organized by Directorate of Rice Research and ANGRAU during 17-18, November, 2006.
  • Best Paper presentation for ‘Production potential of indigo as dye crop in SAT regions” National Seminar on Production processing and marketing of MAPDs organized by NMPB and UAS Dharwad at Arabhavi Feb 21-22 2007 pp 22-23, 2008
  • Best paper for “Effect of open air drying, LPG based drier and pretreatments on the quality of Indian gooseberry (aonla)”. Journal Food Science Technology 47(5): 541-548, 2010.