Faculty Research Project:
Project Applied: USERC
Status: Presentation has been done result awaited
Duration : 03 year
Total Estimated Budget : 10,06,700/- (Rupees Ten Lacs Six Thousand Seven Hundred Only)
Name of P.I. : Dr. Pashupati Nath, Assistant Professor (CSAS), University of Engineering and Technology Roorkee
Name of Co – P.I. (1) : Dr. Induja Mishra, Assistant Professor (CSAS), University of Engineering and Technology Roorkee
Name of Co – P.I. (2) : Prof. (Dr.) Manisha Phaugat, HoD (CSAS), University of Engineering and Technology Roorkee
Project Applied: DBT
Status: Waiting for presentation
Duration : 03 year
Total Estimated Budget : 65,00000/- (Rupees sixty-five Lacs Only)
Name of P.I. : Dr. Manisha, Professor (CSAS),University of Engineering and Technology Roorkee
Name of Co – P.I. (1) : Dr. Pashupatinath, Assistant Professor (CSAS), University of Engineering and Technology Roorkee
Name of Co – P.I. (2) :Dr.Santosh Kumar, Assistant Professor(CSE),
College of Engineering Roorkee
Team: – Krishna Kr Singh, Abhijit, Saurav
Abstract: The purpose of digital farming system is to collect and interpret data, and to give the best recommendations possible to farmers (or other stakeholders), in terms of water, soil and nutrition management. These tools and services improve our overall crop nutrition solutions by supporting the farmer with in-time and precise application.
Team:- Aavesh Kumar, Aakash Kumar, Aman Lodhi, Anand Kumar, Avinash Kumar, Abhishek
Abstract: Recirculating aquaculture and aqua-ponics system is an integrated fish and plant production technology mainly comprising of two subsystems viz “Aquaculture” and “hydroponics.” This system is useful for rearing fish and plant in indoor tank in a controlled environment. The fish tank is connected to the soil free plant beds, and eco-friendly bacteria (Azotobacter) convert the fish excreta in the water into available nutrient for the plants, creating a symbiotic relationship. It is a way to grow fishes and vegetables in integrated and self sustained system. Farmers only feed the fishes and fish excreta will create nutrition for plants so there is no need to use fertilizers. There is no need to use of fertilizers because the fish provide rich nutrient for plants. In this system the use of water is 1/10 in comparison of natural planting. Plants grow fast because they get nutrient substances from the fish waste. Water is used in recirculating system and it will also reduce the consumption of water.
Team:- Pragati, Bhavika, Rahul, Rakib, Riya, Ritik
Abstract:The benefits and goals of integrated farming aim at enhancing productivity per unit area, profitability, proper waste management, soil health management, livelihood improvement, fight against deforestation and overall environmental safety.
Team: – Animesh Raj, Saurav Singh, Sandeep Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Roshan Jeena.
Abstract: During the winter season, it is extremely difficult to grow tomato capsicum, cucurbits, French bean, amaranth, etc. in open field conditions, however various types of protected structures have been developed for growing some high-value crops continuously by protecting the excessive cold condition, but the cost of developing the structure is too high i.e. – 50 lakh rupee for 1-acre land. Similarly, this structure will also provide favorable environmental conditions to the plants at a very low cost.
Note: This project was also selected for presented at UBA Tech4seva event organized by IIT Roorkee.
Under Graduates Project Details:
|Sr. No.||Name of the Student||Guide||Title of the Project|
|1)||Animesh Raj, Saurav Singh, Sandeep Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Roshan Jeena||Dr. Pashupati Nath||Digital Farming|
|2)||Aavesh Kumar, Aakash Kumar, Aman Lodhi, Anand Kumar, Avinash Kumar, Abhishek||Dr. Induja Mishra||Recirculating Aquaculture and Aquaponics System|
|3)||Priyanshu, Riya, Neetu||Dr. Induja Mishra||Agrofarmer: A Friend of Farmers|
|4)||Pragati, Ritik, Bhavika, Rakib||Dr. Induja Mishra||An Integrated and Fully Organic System|
|5)||Animesh Raj, Saurav Singh, Sandeep Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Roshan Jeen||Dr. Pashupati Nath||Cultivation under Low Budget Protected Structure|
|6)||Animesh Raj, Ankita, Saurabh, Manoj, Sandeep, Simran||Dr. Pankaj Kumar||Semi-automated sprayer|
|7)||Unnati, Aditi, Tannu Sharma||Dr. Jagatpal||Mix farming|
|8)||Ankita, Animesh, Sandeep, Saurav, Manoj||Dr. Ravi Mishra||Mushroom Cultivation|
|9)||Animesh, Saurav, Manoj, Sandeep||Dr. Deep Gupta||Hydroponics|
|10)||Rakib, Riya, Bhavika, Rahul, Pragati||Dr. Manisha Phaugat||Integrated Farming System|
|11)||Gushan, Anjali, Tanu Sharma||Dr. Ravi Mishra||Smart Ferti-drill|
|12)||Avinash, Harshita, Shruti. Smita, Bhavya||Dr. Jagatpal||Aqua hydroponics|
|13)||Murad, Sumit, Priyanka, Vishal, Shristi||Dr. Manisha Phaugat, Dr. Pashupati Nath||Agro tourism A way forward|
|14)||Gaurav Nayal, Arav Vishal, Avish, Kushagra, Abhishek||Dr. Induja Mishra, Mr. Himanshu Tiwari||Solar Energy Application in Drip irrigation|
|15)||Bhavika Ritik, Pragati, Rakib, Riya, Priyanshu||Dr. Induja Mishra, Er. Gaurav||Integrated Terrace Farming|
|16)||Harshita, Shruti, Smita, T R Ravivardhanam||Dr. Pashupati Nath, Dr. Manisha Phaugat||Protected Cultivation with Solar Irrigation|
|17)||Taufiqu, Sanjay, Rishab, Pryas, Anuradha||Dr. Induja Mishra, Dr. Manisha Phaugat||Affordable solar dryer System|
|18)||Harshita, Vishal, Rahul, Vasu, Rahul, Neetu||Dr. Induja Mishra, Dr. Manisha Phaugat||High-Tech Polyhouse with IFS|