Dr. Ghanshyam T. Patle

Dr. Ghanshyam T. Patle

Assistant Professor
College of Agricultural Engineering & Post Harvest Technology
Central Agricultural University, Imphal, Manipur (INDIA)

Dr. Ghanshyam T. Patle (b. 11th June, 1977) Assistant Professor, College of Agricultural Engineering & Post Harvest Technology under Central Agricultural University, Imphal completed his B. Tech. (1998) and M. Tech. (2000) degree in Agricultural Engineering from Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola (MS). His specialization for M. Tech. was in Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. He obtained his Ph.D. Degree with specialization in Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (SWCE) from Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi in 2014 and stood first position in the Division of Agricultural Engineering. He started his service carrier as Training Assistant in January 2001 from the Farm Machinery Training & Testing Institute, Hisar under Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture Govt. of India and worked there for 6(six) years in the capacity of Senior Training Assistant and Technical Assistant till February 2007. He tested number of agricultural machines (about 50) including combine harvesters, straw reapers, petrol and diesel engines, rotavators/, seed drill, plant protection equipment, irrigation pumps and other animal and power operated farm machines/equipment. He also imparted trainings on operation, repair and maintenance of tractors, engines and other farm machines and trained about 250 trainees of different fields. He also assisted in the modification of Indian Standards. He joined Central Agricultural University, Imphal in the capacity of Assistant Professor in 2007 and working in its college of Agriculture Engineering & Post Harvest Technology, Gangtok (Sikkim). He is involved in teaching (U.G. & P.G.), research and extension education activities of the college. He is having 15 years of experience in the profession of agricultural engineering. He successfully completed two research projects and supervised 03 (three) B. Tech. students. To his credit he has got 14 research papers in reputed national and international journals, 21 research papers in the national and international proceedings, 12 popular articles, 4 extension booklets, 4 technical reports and 1 book chapter. He has successfully demonstrated the feasibility of gravity fed drip irrigation system on terraced land of Sikkim. He has organized many training programs for the farmers, extension functionaries and officers and delivered several lectures on natural resource management and modern irrigation techniques in the training programs. Besides professional positions, he acted as warden, technical officer and chairman/member of several colleges level committees. He is a life member of many professional societies and associated with them.


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