Dr. Manik Lal Roy

Scientist

Agricultural Extension


RESEARCH AREAS



Climate variability and jute based cropping system, Impact assessment of CRIJAF technologies, Technology adoption and diffusion.


CONTACTS



Tel: +91-33-25353786
Mobile:

E-mail Address:
Manik.Roy@icar.gov.in
mail.manik.r@gmail.com

PROJECTS

  1. Climate variability vis-à-vis jute based cropping system-An appraisal based on farmers’ perspective, (In House Project)
  2. A study on farmers’ perception regarding plant protection management practices in jute based crop sequence of West Bengal, (In House Project)
  3. Impact assessment of CRIJAF technologies in Jute-ICARE areas of West Bengal, (In House Project)
  4. Improvement of soil carbon stocks and farm productivity through integrated cropland management practices in jute cultivation areas (A farmer’s participatory research), (In House Project)
  5. NFSM (CC)Jute, (MoAg & FW sponsored)

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

  1. Best Oral Presentation Award at International Extension Education Congress on Education, Research and Services organized by Department of Extension Education ,IAS, BHU during January 27-30, 2016
  2. Best Poster Presentation Award at National Symposium on “Hill Agriculture in Perspective (HAP-2016)” held at GBPUAT, Pantnagar during February 26-28, 2016
  3. “Certificate of Appreciation” in International Extension Education Conference-2016 held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi during 27-30 January, 2016 for contribution as Co-Chairperson
  4. Received a “Letter of Appreciation” by the Department of Agriculture, Government of Kerala for conducting the Exposure Visit of a team of 13 Officers of the Department of Agriculture, Government of Kerala at Hawalbagh Experimental Farm of ICAR-VPKAS, Almora on November 30, 2015
  5. ICAR SRF, JRF and B.Sc (Ag) Hons. Gold Medalist
10 IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS

  1. Roy, M.L., Chandra Nirmal, Kharbikar, H.L., Jethi Renu and Joshi Pratibha (2014) A Study on Adoption of Improved Farm Practices by Hill Farmers of Almora District in Uttrakhand. Indian Journal of Extension Education,50 (3&4):8-12
  2. Roy, M.L., Chandra, N., Mukherjee, A., Jethi, R. and Joshi, K. (2018) Extent of Use of ICT Tools by Hill Farmers and Associated Social Factors. Indian Research Journal of Extension Education,18 (3):27-31
  3. Chandra, N., Roy, M.L., Mukherjee, A., Jethi, R. and Joshi, K. (2018) A study of migration pattern in Kumaun hills and associated socio-economic factors. Journal of Community Mobilization and Sustainable Development, 13(1):107-112
  4. Chandra, N., Roy, M.L., Mukherjee, A., Jethi, R., Joshi, P. and Kharbikar, H.L. (2018) Information and Communication Technology for Dissemination of Agricultural Information in Hills: A Critical Overview. Indian Journal of Extension Education, 54 (3): 19-25
  5. Kumar, S., Roy, M.L., Shamna, A. and Gotyal, B.S. (2018) A scale to measure attitude of farmers’ towards Plant protection management practices. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 7 (2):723-727
  6. Chandra, N., Kharbikar, H. L., Roy, M.L. and Mukherjee, A. (2017) Evaluation of various irrigation methods and improved water conservation practices in hills of Uttarakhand in India. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture, 35(3): 567-574
  7. Kumar S., Shamna A., Roy M.L. and Jha, S.K. (2017) Impact of herbicide application on fibre yield of jute (Corchorus spp.) in West Bengal. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 6(2):1360-66
  8. Jethi, R., Joshi, P., Chandra, N., Roy, M.L. and Joshi, K. (2018) Investigation of nutritional and health status of Indian rural hill farm women. Journal of Community Mobilization and Sustainable Development, 13(1):169-176
  9. Singh, A.K., Jha, S.K., Majumdar, B., Roy, M.L., Sarkar, S. and Ghorai, A.K.(2019) Impacts of climate smart jute farming on resource use efficiency, productivity and economic benefits in rural Eastern India. Outlook on Agriculture, 48(1): 75-82. DOI:10.1177/0030727019829488
  10. Mukherjee, A., Joshi, K., Pal, R. S., Atheequlla, G.A., Roy, M. L. and Chandra, N. (2018) Scientific health benefits of Namakeen Chai/Jya (salted tea): A traditional tea beverage of Bhotiya tribal community in higher altitudes of Uttarakhand. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 17 (2):365-369