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Session ‐ VIII Session

Session ‐ VIII Session on Annual Oilseed Scheme Chairman : Dr. J. S. Sandhu Assistant Director General (Seeds), ICAR, New Delhi Co‐Chairman : Dr. A.P. Singh Dy. Commissioner, (TMOP) ISOPOM, DAC, GOI Rapporters : Dr. (Mrs.) M. S. Uma, UAS, Bangalore : Dr. P. Ravishankar, UAS, Bangalore th At the outset, ADG (Seeds) gave brief account of Annual Oilseed Scheme started during 9 plan, and its th objective. While reviewing its contribution till 11 plan, ADG (Seeds) suggested to monitor the progress of AOS and present its status and place it before DAC. 1. Dr. S. Natarajan Sr. Scientist, DSR, Mau presented the progress made under this scheme since 2004 till date. He also presented the problems of the centres and financial deficits being encountered by the centres. 2. On continuation of the scheme, the PD, DSR, Mau expressed that if the scheme is closed, the skilled man power will be displaced and we may feel shortfall of even the breeder seeds in these corps. ADG (Seeds) also supplemented the view and emphasized the continuation of the scheme. Dr. R.K.Chowdhury, Ex PC, NSP opined that this scheme was started to strengthen oilseed production and to solve specific problems. The same problems still to be addressed and hence reduction of manpower will deter the progress of these crops and hence the Govt. may think of financial assistance through any other means. Many other participants stressed upon the importance of the scheme and supported the continuation of the scheme. 3. Dr. A.P. Singh, Dy. Commissioner, (TMOP) responding to problems, insisted upon to take up the issue with Secretary, Govt. of India along with the progress till date and to modify the scheme along with training component and maintenance breeding. 4. ADG (Seeds) suggested PD, DSR, Mau to review the progress annually, to submit the progress to the GOI for the past period; a proposal shall be prepared and kept for discussion for the mode of operation and shall define the targets and deliverables and to review the scheme rigorously. ADG (Seeds) suggested to redraft the proposal like a new scheme and place it for discussion at Govt. level. 5. Finally, PD, DSR, Mau conveyed sincere thank to the Chairman, Co‐Chairman and all the participants for their active participation. 72 Proceedings 2012‐13

Session ‐ IX Plenary Session Chairman : Dr. Swapan K. Dutta DDG (CS) ICAR, New Delhi Co‐Chairman : Dr. A.M. Sheikh Vice Chancellor, AAU, Anand Rapporters : Dr. D. Khare, Professor, JNKVV, Jabalpur : Dr. Vijayakumar, H.P, Scientist, DSR, Mau Date: 16.04.2012 Time: 01.30 P.M. The session started with welcome address by Dr. S. Rajendra Prasad, Director, Directorate of Seed Research, ICAR Mau. Recommendations of various sessions were presented by respective rapporterur. The proceedings of inaugural session was presented by Dr. S.R. Dhua, CRRI, Cuttack; Discipline wise presentation of progress report by Dr. M.S. Bhale, JNKVV, Jabalpur; Inter project linkage by Dr. Rakesh Seth, IARI, Karnal; Important issues in seed research by Arun Kumar M.B., IARI New Delhi; Review of breeder seed production by Dr. J. Shanthala, UAS, Bangalore and Seed stakeholders‐scientist interaction by Dr. Geeta Bassi, PAU, Ludhiana. Technical prorgramme of 2012‐2013 and recommendations form 2011‐2012 were presented by respective Project PI's i.e., Seed Production and Certification by Dr. Vilas A. Tonapi; Seed Physiology, Storage and Testing Dr. S.N. Sharma; Seed Pathology Dr. (Mrs.) K. Vishunavat; Seed Entomology Dr. A. Bera and Seed Processing Dr. R.T. Kausal. Important issues emmerged are as follows: Feasibility of SRI in seed production of hybrid and their parents has to be worked out with special reference to economics that include financial assistance provided by government on SRI, seed productivity and its quality before submission of recommendation. Number of varieties in seed multiplication chain may be reduced by awareness prorgramme on availability of alternate new varieties. Before submission of indent, state government should consult with the state agricultural university for replacement of old varieties. Denotification of old varieties with average performance in next CVRC meeting. Enhancement of seed replacement rate of pulses and oil seed with critical monitoring of multiplication rate in each class of seed. Support on research from private sector in PPP mode. Establishment of Referral Seed Testing Laboratory at each zone with central Lab at DSR Mau to work on DNA finger printing of varieties from public and private sector. Reduction in cost of seed production with special reference to Egyptian clover as in Egypt. Rapid mass scale seed production prorgramme on forage and fodder crops has to be launched. Experiments on vegetable crops have to be addressed only in PPP mode. Identification of area for production of hybrid seed and their parents has to be intensified with involvement of centres where the crop is not cultivated commercially. In the experiments proposed in seed physiology, testing and storage available technologies on coating and packaging at international level should be incorporated. In experiments on seed pathology emphasis must be given on scanning of diseases in seed by available machines. The XXVII Annual Group meet AICRP‐ National Seed Project (Crops) 2012 ended with vote of thanks proposed by Dr. S. Rajendra Prasad, Project Director, Directorate of Seed Research, Mau and Dr. R.N. Pandey, Nodal Officer (Seed) Anand. Proceedings 2012‐13 73

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