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AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT

Introduction about the Department of Agriculture & Organization Structure :

The Department of Agriculture is one of the oldest departments in the state which started in the year 1913. The main aim of the department is to achieve sustainable food production, there by increasing the socio-economic status of the farming community.

The department aims at transferring the latest technology evolved at Agricultural Universities to the farming community. Agriculture assistant, the basic level extension worker in the department is placed at Grama Panchayath level to drive home the new technology to the farmers and ensure the adoption to the maximum extent possible.

Tumakuru district falls under agriculture zone 4 (Central dry zone), zone 5(Eastern dry zone) and zone 6 (Southern dry zone). The Zone 4 consists of 6 taluks namely Chikkanayakanahali, Tiptur, Koratagere, Sira, Madhugiri and Pavagada. The Zone 5 consists of Gubbi and Tumakuru taluks and the Zone 6 consists of Kunigal and Turuvekere taluks. The Annual average rainfall of the district is 593.0 mm. The South west monsoon starts normally from 1st week of June and Peak precipitation will occur during September.

In the district, Kharif is the main cropping season. Ragi and Groundnut are the major crops which occupy about 70% of the cultivable area followed by Paddy, Maize and Red gram. The Total normal Kharif area under agricultural crops is 5.00 lakh hectares. Around 0.15 lakh hectares is covered during Rabi and 0.30 lakh hectares during Summer season. The production is over and above the requirements of the district with regard to cereals. (3.87 lakh tons) but Tumakuru falls behind in meeting the requirement of pulses and oil seeds 0.306 and 1.06 lakh tons respectively.

Organization Structure

Objectives & Vision :

Vision of the department; To increase the production & productivity of the agricultural crops by which the farming community will get the increased income and ensure food security to the population.

The Objectives of the department are :

  1. Transfer of new technology evolved at Agricultural Universities to the farming community.
  2. Supply of agricultural inputs.
  3. Monitoring the quality of the inputs supplied to farmers.
  4. Implementation of programmes of the department.

Programmes and Schemes Highlights :

State Sector Schemes

  • Supply of Seeds : (S-02)
  • Certified/ quality seed will be distributed based on seed replacement guidelines, for each season and crop, under subsidized rates in co-ordination with various seed supplying agencies. Certified/ Truthful labeled seeds are distributed to all the categories of the farmers and the seeds of higher cost like Cotton, Sunflower and Maize are distributed only to the small and marginal farmers, subject to maximum of 2 hectares.

Plant Protection (state) Isecticide control Laboratory : (S-06

Grants under this scheme is provided for supply of biopesticides, bio-agents and grain storage bins to farmer at 50%subsidy, besides meeting the expenditure for drawal of samples of seeds / fertilizer and chemicals and to initiate legal action in respect of substandard samples . Seed treatment campaigns and trainings on safe use of chemicals will be organisesed.

Krishi Melas and Exhibitions : (S-07)

Under the scheme, progressive farmers/ farm women will be taken to exhibitions and Krishi mela at KVK’s and Research farms, V.C.Farm, Mandya, so as to provide them an opportunity to observe the latest technologies in agriculture and allied sectors and to encourage them to adopt  feasible technologies in their fields.

Exhibitions are organized at Sree Siddaganga mutt, Tumakuru, to provide an opportunity to farmers of the district to observe the performance of different varieties of various crops and also to be aware of programmes and developments in agriculture and related sectors for their overall improvement.

  • Farm Information : (S-07)
  • Technical information on control  of pests and diseases, crop insurance and details of any new scheme/ programme will be publicized to the farming community through local/ State News papers, hand bills and posters, besides displaying them at all RSK’s of the district.
 
 

District Agricultural Tarining Center:(S-08 & S-09)

The scheme envisages for training Farmers / Farm women in agricultural and allied activities. Traveling allowance, daily allowance, lodging expenses, and the expenses for educational tours and honorarium for trainers are provided under this scheme. However it also makes provision for training materials. The schemes helps to upgrade the technical knowledge of farming community and thereby increase in productivity.

Special component and Tribal sub-plan : (S-08 & S-09)

The scheme aims at increasing per acre yield in the lands of scheduled caste and scheduled tribe families and to uplift them.  Scheme envisages the distribution of plant protection equipments, pump sets, diesel/kerosene engines, hi-tech equipments, storage bins etc., at 75% subsidy and demonstration inputs at 100% subsidy.

  • Compensation for Farmers suicide : (S-11)

A compensation of Rs.5.00 lakh will be paid to the immediate survivor of the family in case any of the farmers commits suicide, due to his inability to repay the loan taken from money lending Government institutions Survivors should submit the required documents pertaining to the loan in order to get the compensation.

 

Krishi Prashasthi scheme : (S-11)

Scheme aims to recognize and award farmers doing outstanding work in increasing agricultural production and to initiate healthy competitive spirit among the farmers. Prizes are given to farmers who achieve record yields in the crops offered for competition at state/district and taluk level each year.

Organic Farming : (S-12)

Organic farming is one of the integrated agricultural production programmes where in we use locally available raw materials to increase the soil fertility and achieving sustainability. Apart from this, organic farming mission programme provides 50% subsidy to organic input and organic materials required for organic crop production.

Processing of Agricultural produce : (S-13) To enable the farmers to get better returns for their produce farmers are encouraged to process the produce and take up value addition. 50% subsidy to generl farmers and 90% subsidy to SC ST farmers (subject to maximum limitation). will be provided for purchasing processing/value adding implements / equipments.

  • Farm Mechanization : (S-13)
  • The Scheme reduces risks of scarcity of agricultural labour and enables timely implementation of agricultural activities and also helps to reduce time of operation. It ensures adoption of mechanization among farming community by distribution of hi-tech agricultural implements, diesel pump sets, tractors, power tillers and mechanized plant protection equipments at 50% subsidy. (subject to maximum limitation)
 
Enrichment of Soil Fertility : The Scheme envisages increasing soil fertility by providing organic manure crops seeds, like sunhemp etc., supplying by fertilizers, vemi compost, City compost, Agrigold and Micronutrients, at 50% subsidy rates to general farmers and 75% subsidy to SC ST farmers subject to maximum limit. Scheme also aids in construction of bio digester units, vermi compost units, thereby helping in increasing organic carbon content in the soil and to make available all other nutrients in the soil for plant up take.

Bhoochetana : (S-14) Scheme envisages increasing the yield of major rainfed crops of the district by 20% through adoption of agricultural technologies, application of major and micronutrients based on soil analysis and taking up inercrops and mixed cropping. Techniques and Technologies are widely published & Facilitators are engaged to motivate fellow farmers to adopt the technologies properly and at right time. Micronutrients are supplied at 50% & 90% subsidy, subject to maximum limit.

Bhoo Samruddhi: Bhoosamruddhi scheme is taken up as an innovative scheme implemented in association with consortium of CGIAR institutions namely ICRISAT, ILRI, IRRI, SIMMYT, IWMI, AVRDC, IFPRI & Agriculture Universities & KVK's to operationalize action research scaling-up model in partnership with line departments in the State of Karnataka to increase crop yields by 20 per cent and farmers incomes by 25% in four years.

Scheme would help to establish sites of learning of integrated participatory research for development to benefit small and marginal farmers in irrigated and rainfed agriculture areas.

Under this scheme the capacity of agricultural related development agencies in the state are developed for enhancing the pmpact of the development programs through science-led support systems.

  • Compensation for snake bite death cases : (S-17)
This scheme provides compensation of Rs.1.00 lakh to the immediate survivor of the family of farmers who die due to snake bite / fall from trees / fire accident while engaged in agricultural activities.

PMKSY (erst while IWMP: (S-17)

 The major objective of PMKSY is to achieve convergence of investments in irrigation at the field level, expand cultivable area under assured irrigation, improve on-farm water use efficiency to reduce wastage of water, enhance the adoption of precision-irrigation and other water saving technologies. The main objectives are to restore the ecological balance by harnessing, conserving and developing degraded natural resources such as soil, vegetative cover and water.  The outcomes are prevention of soil run-off, regeneration of natural vegetation, rain water harvesting and recharging of the ground water table.  This enables multi-cropping and the introduction of diverse agro-based activities, which help to provide sustainable livelihoods to the people residing in the watershed area. 

  • Krishi Bhagya : (S-20)

    Krishi bhagya is the government of Karnataka flagship scheme supporting formers to make a farm pond with polythene lining (to prevent percolation loss, install pump (for lifting collected water) Sprinkler irrigation system (for efficient water utilization) and grow high value agriculture and horticulture crops.

  • In District 70% of farmers depend on rain for their crops and rainfall fields do not have any form of assured irrigation during dry spell. This intervention former to harvest surplus rain water.

  • Krishi Abhiyaan:
    Krishi Abhiyaan  scheme is implemented as a single window system to disseminate agriculture & allied line department’s information’s in improving productivity at farm level.

  • The main objectives of the scheme are Coordinating efforts to disseminate total integrated farming system information, Disseminating technology in improving productivity, Scientists & Farmers interaction.

  • Three main components under the scheme are IFS, Agriculture Exhibition & Farmers interaction Mobile unit containing display units covers all gram Panchayats on 1st & 2nd day & culminating on 3rd day at Hobli level with Exhibition & Farmers Scientist interactions.
 

District Sector Schemes

Micro Irrigation : (D-01)

The Scheme envisages minimum use of available water and to get maximum productivity per unit of water. Under this scheme, drip and sprinkler units are provided to farmers at 90% subsidy.

Raitha Samparka Kendra : (D-03)

Raitha Samparka Kendra is the basic unit of agriculture department, situated at hobli level. An Agriculture officer heads the Raitha SamparkaKendra. This scheme provides funds for conducting local need based demonstrations. Funds are provided for office expenses.

District Agricultural Training Centre : (D-03)

The scheme envisages for training Farmers / Farm women in agricultural and allied activities. Traveling allowance, daily allowance, lodging expenses, and the expenses for educational tours and honorarium for trainers are provided under this scheme. However it also makes provision for training materials. The schemes helps to upgrade the technical knowledge of farming community and thereby increase in productivity.

  • Farm Mechanization : (D-06)
  • The Scheme reduces risks of scarcity of agricultural labour and enables timely implementation of agricultural activities and also helps to reduce time of operation. It ensures adoption of mechanization among farming community by distribution of hi-tech agricultural implements, diesel pump sets, tractors, power tillers and mechanized plant protection equipments at 50% subsidy. (subject to maximum limitation)
 

 

Post Harvest Technology : (D-06) : The scheme envisages the supply of HDP sheets for safe and clean handling of agriculture produce.

Organic Fertilizers : (D-07)

To improve soil productivity and to reduce the ill effects of using chemical fertilizers and plant protection chemicals and to achieve sustainability in farm yields. ‘Agrigold’> or ‘Vermicompost’ is supplied at 50% subsidy under this scheme.

Plant Protection: (D-08) : The scheme aims at controlling insects and pests by using suitable insecticides and pesticides provided at subsidized rates (50%) there by increasing the production, besides distribution of plant protection equipments at 50% subsidy

Agricultural Fairs and Exhibition : (D-09)

Under the scheme, progressive farmers/ farm women will be taken to exhibitions and Krishi mela at KVK’s and Research farms, and University of Agriculture Sciences, so as to provide them an opportunity to observe the latest technologies in agriculture and allied sectors and to encourage them to adopt  feasible technologies in their fields.

Exhibitions are organized at Sree Siddaganga mutt, Tumakuru, to provide an opportunity to farmers of the district to observe the performance of different varieties of various crops and also to be aware of programmes and developments in agriculture and related sectors for their overall improvement.

Central Sponsored Schemes

 

National Mission on oil Seeds & Oil Palm (NMOOP):

The Scheme aims at increasing the production of oil seeds giving various inputs to oil seed growers. It ensures subsidy for distribution of certified / truthful label seeds and also incentives for production of certified / foundation seeds. Demonstration like large scale demonstrations, Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Nutrient Management are being conducted by providing inputs at 50% subsidy to growers. It also ensures the distribution of irrigation equipments, agricultural implements, p.p.equipments, and p.p.chemicals, micro nutrients and organic manures at 50% subsidy. Further, it ensures giving training to oil seed growers about recent technologies in the field.

National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA)

Sustaining agricultural productivity depends on quality and availability of natural resources like soil and water.  NMSA will cater to key dimensions of “water use efficiency”, Nutrient management and livelihood diversification through adoption of sustainable development pathway by progressively shifting to environmental friendly technologies, adoption energy efficient equipments, conservation of  natural resources, integrated farming etc.
The main objective of the scheme is to make agriculture more productive, sustainable, remunerative and climate resilience  by promoting  location specific integrated / composite farming systems.
To conserve natural resources through appropriate soil & moisture conservation messures.
To optimise utilization of water resource through efficient water management, to expand coverage for achieving “More crop per drop” etc.

  • Soil Health Mission :

Soil health centre located in the district head quarters, analyze the soil samples collected from the lands of farmers throughout the district for major and micronutrients. Recommendations are made based on the analysis report, so as to enable the farmers to apply optimum quantity of required nutrients to get maximum yield. Soil health cards will be issued to all farmers..Assistance to farmers to replenish the soil by deficient nutrients will be given. Water samples are also analyzed to test the quality of irrigation water and appropriate recommendations are made accordingly.

  • National Mission On  Food Processing (NMFP)

The NMFP Programmes main objective is to promote facilities for post harvest operations including setting up  of food processing industries to undertake decentralization of schemes in order to take in to account the requirements suitable to the local needs. 
To augment the capacity of working to upscale their operations through capital infusion, technology transfer, skill up gradation and hand holding.  To support established self help groups working in food processing sector to facilitate them to  achieve SME status.  Capacity development and skill up gradation through institutional training to ensure sustainable employment opportunities to the people and also to reduce the gap in requirement and availability of skilled man power in food processing sector etc.

  • Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojane (RKVY)

RKVY  aims at achieving and sustaining desired annual growth during 12th Plan period by ensuring holistic development of agriculture and allied sectors.  The main objective of the scheme are to incentevize the states so as to increase public investment in agriculture and allied sectors.  To provide flexibility and autonomy to states in the  process of planning and executing agriculture and allied schemes.  To ensure preparation of Agriculture plans for the districts and the states based on agro climatic condition, availability of technology and natural resources.  To ensure the local needs / crop / priorities are better reflected in agriculture plans of the state.  To achieve goal of reducing the yield gaps in important crops through focus interventions etc.

  • Farm Mechanization :

The Scheme reduces risks of scarcity of agricultural labour and enables timely operations of agricultural activities and also helps to reduce time of operation. It ensures adoption of mechanization among farming community by distribution of hi-tech agricultural implements, diesel pump sets, tractors, power tillers and mechanized plant protection equipments at 50% to general farmers and 90% subsidy to SC ST farmers (subject to maximum limitation).

  • Enrichment of Soil Fertility :

Karnataka Seed Mission :
Certified/ quality seed will be distributed based on seed replacement guidelines, for each season and crop, under subsidized rates in co-ordination with various seed supplying agencies. Certified/ Truthful labeled seeds are distributed to all the categories of the farmers, subject to maximum of 2 hectares.

  • Bhoochetana Scheme :

Scheme envisages increasing the yield of major rainfed crops of the district by 20% through adoption of agricultural technologies, application of major and micro nutrients based on soil analysis and taking up of inter crops and mixed cropping. Techniques and Technologies are widely published through pamphlets, street plays and wall paintings. Facilitators are engaged to motivate fellow farmers to adopt the technologies properly and at  right time. Micronutrients are supplied at 50% subsidy, subject to maximum limit.

  • National Food Security Mission :

The main objective of this scheme is to increase production of pulses and coarse cereals through area expansion and productivity enhancement in a sustainable manner, restoring soil fertility and productivity at the individual farm level and enhancing farm level economy i.e. farm profits to restore confidence amongst the farmers. It allows the distribution of certified seeds at 50% subsidy.  Inputs for demonstration, I.P.M. demonstration, I.N.M. demonstration are subsidized to the extent of 50% to encourage higher yields by adopting new technologies. Further, organic fertilizers, micronutrients, agricultural implements, p.p.equipments, conveyance pipe, diesel/ kerosene pump sets are distributed at 50% subsidy.

  • ATMA :

Agricultural Technology Management Agency aims at making extension system farmer driven and farmer accountable by disseminating technology to farmers through new institutional arrangements to operationalize the extension reforms on a participatory mode.  the scheme focus on

  • Encouraging multi agency extension strategies involving public / private extension service providers. 
  • Ensuring an integrated, broad based extension delivery mechanism consistent with farming system approach with a focus on bottom up planning process.
  • Adopting group approach to extension inline with the identified needs and requirements of the farmers in the farm of CIG’s and FIG’s and consolidate them as farmers producer organisations;
  • Facilitating convergence of farmers centric programmes in planning, execution and implementation
  • Addressing gender concerns by mobilizing farm women into groups and providing training to them.

ATMA is an autonomous institution set up at district level to ensure delivery of extension services to farmers.  ATMA Governing Board is the apex body of ATMA which provides overall policy direction.  ATMA Management Committee is the executive body looking after implementation of the scheme.

 

Who is who in the Department

  • Joint Director of Agriculture is the Head of the Department at District level, incharge of implementation and monitoring the Agriculture department programmes.
  • Deuty Director of Agriculture-I and II:  He/She is the head of the crop production and watershed development programmes at the sub divisional level and shall work under the direct administrative and technical supervision of the district Joint Director of Agriculture.
  • Assistant Director of Agriculture (HQ) will assist the Joint Director of Agriculture in implementation and monitoring the Agriculture department programmes at district level.
  • Assistant Director of Agriculture (SMS) will assist the Joint Director of Agriculture in implementation and monitoring the Agriculture department programmes, besides quality control aspects of Agricultural inputs in the district.
  • Assistant Director of Agriculture (FW) will assist the Joint Director of Agriculture in implementation of Farm women oriented programmes of the district.
  • Assistant Director of Agriculture (Vigilence) will assist the Joint Director of Agriculture in implementation and monitoring the Agriculture department programmes, besides quality control aspects of Agricultural inputs in the district. Responsible for ensuring the quality control of agricultural inputs as per the FCO 1985, Seed Acts-1966, Seed Control Orders-1983, Insecticide Act-1968 and their timely availability.
  • Assistant Director of Agriculture (M&E) will assist the Joint Director of Agriculture in implementation and monitoring the Agriculture department programmes, Assisting the Joint Director of Agriculture  in planning, implementation of
    agriculture and watershed development programmes in the district as per the Government policies and that of Zilla Panchayath.
  • Assistant Director of Agriculture at Taluk level is the head of the department at taluk level, who is responsible for the implementation and supervision of agricultural development programmes.
  • Agricultural officer heads Raitha Samparka Kendra which is the basic unit of the department at Hobli level. All the development programmes, benefits and the transfer of technologies of the department will be carried out through RSK.  Assistant Agriculture officers will assist Agriculture Officer in implementing the departmental programmes.

4(1)(b) – RTI Act Public Information Officers and Assistant Public Information Officers list

Sl. No

Public Information  Office

Public Information Officer

Assistant Public Information Officer

1

Joint Director of Agriculture

Assistant Director of Agriculture (HQ)

Administrative Officer

2

Deputy Director of Agriculture, I & II

Agricultural officer (Technical Assistant)

Administrative Assistant

3

All Assistant Director of Agriculture, Tumakuru District

Agricultural officer (Technical Assistant)

Superintendent

4

All Agricultural Officers, RSK level

Agricultural Officer, RSK level

Assistant Agricultural officer/ Agricultural Assistant

Department District Office Address :

The Joint Director of Agriculture,
Tumakuru District,
Adjacent to Court Compound,
Tumakuru – 572101.

Any Other Information pertaining to the Department of Agriculture :

JOINT DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE, TUMAKURU DISTRICT

SI.No

Officers/ Employees Name

Designation

Mobile No

1

V.D.Roopadevi

Joint Director of Agriculture I/C

8277932802

2

Deepashree G.

Asst. Director of Agriculture [HQA]

8277932803

3

K.Ramalingaiah

Asst. Director of Agriculture [SMS]

8277932804

4

Latha B.

Asst. Director of Agriculture [FW]

8277932805

5

Y.Ashwathanarayana

Agriculture Officer

8277932806

6

Dinesh B.

Agriculture Officer

8277932807

7

Ashajyothi S.S.

Agriculture Officer

8277932808

8

Prabhavathi D.A.

Adm.Officer

8710064426

9

Vani N.S.

Steno

9742000652

10

Ramamurthy B.V.

Steno

9663074957

11

Prathibha D.R.

First Division Asst

8907355816

12

Lakshmibai, T.R.

First Division Asst

9620999209

13

Mahamad Aleem ulla

First Division Asst

 

14

Manasaganga G.

Second Division Asst

9008546888

15

B.N.Lakshmi prasanna kumar

Second Division Asst

9844664112

16

Renukamma

Typist

0816-2278474

17

A.R.Prasutha

Typist

9880685141

18

N.Lakshminarayanaraju

Bainder

9845373487

19

Malleshkumar R.

Driver

9448100623

20

Govindaiah

Driver

 

I.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE-1, TUMKUR

 

1

 RAMESH.N

Deputy Director Of Agriculture

0816-2279094

8277932801

2

CHIDANANDASWAMY B S

Agriculture Officer

8277932810

3

 S.K.Ravi

Agriculture Officer

8277932809

4

 B T KRISHNAPPA

Agriculture Asst.

9449649360

5

 THIMMA SHETTY J

Superintendent

9901280040

6

 GOPALAKRISHNA

First Division Asst

9986216930

7

 VIJAYANARASIMHA T.K.

First Division Asst

9972411113

8

 MURTHY BS

Secondt Division Asst

9620709270

9

FARHAN AHAMED.F

Secondt Division Asst

9481489867

10

 SANNAIAH

Group ‘D’

7411832675

 

II.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE-1, TUMKUR

 

1

 RAMESH.N

Deputy Director Of Agriculture

0816-2279094

8277932801

2

CHIDANANDASWAMY B S

Agriculture Officer

8277932810

3

 S.K.Ravi

Agriculture Officer

8277932809

4

 B T KRISHNAPPA

Agriculture Asst.

9449649360

5

 THIMMA SHETTY J

Superintendent

9901280040

6

 GOPALAKRISHNA

First Division Asst

9986216930

7

 VIJAYANARASIMHA T.K.

First Division Asst

9972411113

8

 MURTHY BS

Secondt Division Asst

9620709270

9

FARHAN AHAMED.F

Secondt Division Asst

9481489867

10

 SANNAIAH

Group ‘D’

7411832675

III.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE-2,  MADHUGIRI

 

 

1

Roopadevi V.D

Deputy Director Of Agriculture-2

8277932802

2

S.E.Raveendranatha Kumar

Administarive Assistant

9448268037

3

Puttarangappa

Technical Officer-1

8277932908

4

D.R.Hanumantharaju

Technical Officer-2

8277932811

5

N.Prabhashankar

superintendent

9972298800

6

T.Lakshmana

First Division Assistant

7829471156

7

B.V.Swamy

Second Division Assistant

9739679942

8

N.Manjulamma

Second Division Assistant

7829519426

9

M.Bharathi

Typist

8904740504

10

Ganganna

D Group

8884761021

11

Rameshbabu

D Group

9845607189

 

IV.

Asst. Director of Agriculture , Tumkur

 

1

 H L Chandrakumar

Assistant Director of Agriculture

8277932924

2

G S Sujatha

 Agriculture officer (TA-1)Tumkur

8277932925

3

Devarajaiah G K

Superintendent

0816-2273159

4

Vacant

First Division Assistant

 

5

D K Chandankumar

Second Division Assistant

0816-2273159

6

Basavaraju

Second Division Assistant

0816-2273159

7

Rudranamma

Tracer

0816-2273159

8

N S Supriya

Typist

0816-2273159

10

R Jayalakshmi

D Group

0816-2273159

11

Kumudavathi

D Group

0816-2273159

13

C R Girija

Agriculture officer

8277932930

14

Ramananjaiah

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932934

15

C Chandrashekar

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932935

16

M S Javaraiah

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932936

17

Ravindranath

Agriculture officer

82779329

18

Narasimhamurthy G M

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932955

19

D C Sowndarya

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932954

20

K T Siddaramaiah

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932957

21

B Eraiah

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932956

22

B C Arun

Agriculture officer

8277932809

23

M Siddagangaiah

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932951

24

Syed Zia ull Hasan

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932953

25

G Govindaiah

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932952

26

B N Shoba

Agriculture officer

8277932931

27

M G Asha

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932945

28

P B Samagar

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932946

29

C H Roopa

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932947

30

R V Thejavardan

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932937

31

L Sudhadevi

Agriculture officer

8277932930

32

T Rukmini

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932948

33

S Srikantappa

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932949

34

N Chandrakumar

Agriculture officer

8277932928

35

G Nagaraja

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932938

36

K T Basanna

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932941

37

S P Adapad

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932940

38

M M Mangalor

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932944

39

N Kumar

Assistant  Agriculture officer

8277932943

 

V.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture Gubbi

 

1

Chikkapaiah

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932869

2

H.M.Kalleshprasad

Agriculture Officer

8277932881

3

N.Narasimhaiah

Agriculture Officer

8277932875

4

Jagannathgowda

Agriculture Officer

8277932877

5

S.J.Nanjappa

Agriculture Officer

8277932880

6

Shalini

Agriculture Officer

8722067195

7

Sreedhar

Agriculture Officer

8277932870

8

Shivanna

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932871

9

P.R.Ashokan

Asst.Agriculture Officer

08131-222244

10

Nanjegowda

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932872

11

S.B.Siddeshwaraiah

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932883

12

A.B.Huchappa

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932873

13

N.Gangadharaiah

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932876

14

Basavaraj kumar

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932878

15

S.N.Basavaraju

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932879

16

S.Shivkumar

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932884

17

Prakash

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932874

18

T.Sunandha

SUPERINTENDENT

9945344846

19

D.Shivkumar

Secon Division Assistant

9901705818

20

Mohamad Shahabudeen

Tracer

8867281157

21

Servamangala

D GROUP

9945766290

22

R.Bharath

D GROUP

8884221951

VI.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture Turuvekere

 

1

D.Hanumantharayappa

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932848

2

R.Ramgappa

Agriculture Officer

8277932849

3

H.N.Radhamani

Agriculture Officer[F.W]

 

4

Mahamad Haneef

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932860

5

D.Puttaswamy

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932854

6

A.R.Girish

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932853

7

Ramamurthy

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932851

8

chennaveeregowda

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932852

9

R.Nataraju

Asst.Agriculture Officer

8277932850

10

G.R.Srinath

SUPERINTENDENT

9448662847

11

Krishnamurthy

First Division Asst

9591568411

14

R.Narayanappa

Driver

9008547191

15

Halamma

D GROUP

9611985506

16

Jayamma

D GROUP

8453847279

 

VII.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture Sira Taluk,

 

1

NAGARAJA.H

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE

8277932885

2

VEERANNA GOWDA.B

SUPERINTENDENT

9449684855

3

DAYANANDA T.A

First Division Asst

9844856500

4

RAVEESH KUMAR K.C

Second Division Asst

9731405382

6

NAYEEM UNNISSA

SENIOR TYPIST

8105585505

7

GOVINDARAJU.R

D GROUP

9742655512

8

OBLANARSHIMAIAH.D

D GROUP

8453393326

9

SUSHEELAMMA.P

D GROUP

8884931612

10

RAJALAKSHMI.M

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932890

11

NATARAJU K.S

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932886

12

NARSHIMAIAH M.G

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932889

13

RAJU T.R

AGRICULTURE OFFICER

9632412094

14

NAGARAJU G.P

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932891

15

RANGANATHAPPA

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932892

16

SEEBINARSHIMAIAH.K

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932893

17

KRISHNANAIAK. K

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932894

18

MANJUNATH P.L

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932895

19

SURESH NARYANA NELLUR

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932896

20

STAYANARAYANA H.G

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932887

21

BVALAKRISHNA R

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932897

22

MYLRALINGAIAH

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932899

23

GOVINDAIAH K

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932898

24

MAHADEVAPPA S.M

ASSISTANT AGRICULTURE OFFICER

8277932891

25

SANNATHIMMAIAH

D GROUP

9964484959

VIII.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, Koratagere

 

1

Ramahanumaiah

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932900

2

Somashekar. T.N

Agriculture Officer

8277932901

3

Noor Azam

Agriculture Officer

8277932902

4

Vibha N

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932907

5

Kamanna.G.A

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932903

6

Anjana. G

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932904

7

Eshwarachar

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932905

8

Mahmad Nazimulla

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932906

9

Shivaprakash.B

Superintendent

9449302323

10

Sreenivas.B.T

Second Division Asst

8971443138

11

Sneharani.M

Typist

7090884004

12

Rangaswamy.U

D-Group

8722744244

13

Sangameshwara.N

D-Group

9964753823

14

Gangarathanamma.Y

D-Group

8150019107

IX.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, Madhugiri

 

1

Sri Parusharam

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932915

2

M.P, Chethana

 

Agriculture Officer

8277932916

3

N. Vijayamurthy

Agriculture Officer

8277932920

4

H. Kavitha

Agriculture Officer

8277949721

5

K.T. Kumar

Agriculture Officer

8277932919

6

M.S. Rajashekaraih

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932922

7

Riyaz Ahmad

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932917

8

Shivaramaiah

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932921

9

N. Sunilkumar

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932918

10

Madhupal P.Q

Superitident

9900722149

11

Jabeen taj

Second Division Asst

8951496020

12

Mahesh N

Second Division Asst

891172348

13

M. Kamalamma

Tipist

9482244775

14

Lakshmidevi

D Group

9945811405

15

Saheeda Farwin S

D Group

9008733084

X.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, Kunigal

 

1

G.S.Indudharamurthy

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932830

2

H.S.Hemanthakumar

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932841

3

H.G.Rajesh

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932845

4

R.Ranganath

Agriculture Officer

8277932831

5

H.K.Shivalingaiah

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932834

6

K.Shivashankaraiah

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932833

7

A.G.Ravikumar

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932835

8

L.Nataraju

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932836

9

S.A.Bagalakoti

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932837

10

S.G.Kiran

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932844

11

C.Narasimharaju

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932846

12

N.Aruni

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932830

13

R.Purushotham

Asst. Agriculture Officer

-

14

S.Narasimharaju

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932840

15

H.M.Harish

Agriculture Officer

8277932832

16

R.Sheshagiri

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932839

17

B.S.Santhoshkumar

Superitident

7411846309

18

M.N.Ramesh

Second Division Asst

9449458066

19

G.P.Roopa

Second Division Asst

7090157194

20

T.Meenakumari

Typist

8147318088

21

Prakash

Driver

9901059111

22

H.T.Leelamma

Group ‘D’

9591464991

23

N.Shivkumar

Group ‘D’

-

 

XI.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, Chikkanayakanahalli

1

Honnadase Gowda .H.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932855

2

Shashikumara

Agriculture Officer

8277932856

3

C.N. Somashekaraiah

Agriculture Officer

8277932857

4

K.B. Umashankar

Agriculture Officer

8277932858

5

H.R. Nagaraj

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932859

6

Mohamed Haneef

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932860

7

D. Ningaiah

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932861

8

Mallikarjun M.E

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932862

9

 Somashekaraiah

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932863

10

Mohan kumar .M.R

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932864

11

Karibasavaiah .K.B

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932865

12

Nurulla

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932866

13

Thippeswamy .K.T

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932867

14

Ranganath .S.K.

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932868

15

Basavaraju .S.N.

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932847

16

Gurumurthy .R.

Superitident

08133 267140

17

Umesh .G.

First Division Asst

08133 267140

18

Anil kumar .C.N

Second Division Asst

08133 267140

19

Veena .S.

Second Division Asst

8133 267140

20

Kamalamma

D group

8133 267140

21

Lakshmamma

D group

8133 267140

XII.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, Tiptur

 

1

B.G.Jayappa,

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932812

2

Sudhakar.S.

Agricultural Officer

8277932813

3

Channakeshavamurthy.H.

Agricultural Officer

8277932825

4

K.M.Rajanna

Agricultural Officer

8277932815

5

Savitha.M.G.

Agricultural Officer

8277932821

6

J.Kiran

Agricultural Officer

8277932818

7

V.N.Shivaswamy

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932826

8

Shanmukha shetty 

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932827

9

T.S.Vinutha

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932822

10

R.Roopashree

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932823

11

R.S.Eshwaraiah

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932824

12

M.Channabasavaiah 

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932819

13

Lohith Kumar.N.C.

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932820

14

B.J.Ramesh

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932817

15

H.Maruthi 

Assistant Agricultural Officer

8277932816

16

Mahamad Anwar

Tracer

8277932814

17

Savitha.G.C.

Superintendent

8197022495

18

C.R.Sharadamma

First Division Asst

9535360492

19

S.C.Leelavathi

Second Division Asst

9900224326

XIII.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, DATC, Chikkanahalli

1

Bhagyamma

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932958

2

B.M.Nalini

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932959

3

N.Suma

Agriculture Officer

8277932960

4

Habeba thabsum

Agriculture Officer

8277932961

5

D.Nanjaiah

Agriculture Officer

8277932962

6

Srinivasa

Superitident

9844228151

7

J.Aritagrase

First Division Asst

9738580765

XIIII.

Assistant Director Of Agriculture, Pavagada

 

 

1

Puttarangappa

Assistant Director Of Agriculture

8277932908

2

Y.V.Praveen

Agriculture Officer

8277932909

3

B.Yashodamma

Agriculture Officer

9591987436

6

K.Chandan

Second Division Asst

9900525856

13

R.N.Mohan

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932910

14

B.Mallikarjunappa

Asst. Agriculture Officer

-

15

M.Sannarangaiah

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932912

16

R.Ramanjanappa

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932913

17

P.N.Jagannath

Asst. Agriculture Officer

8277932843

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