Dr. Paramesha V.         Scientist (Agronomy)

                                                                                      

                                                                                        Address: Natural Resource Management,

                                                                ICAR - CCARI,               

                                                                Old Goa 403 402

                                                                Phone: 0832-2284678 Ext.

                                                                Fax: 0832-2285649

                                                                Email: paramesha.v@icar.gov.in

 

 

Academic background:

Ph. D. (Agronomy) from Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, 2014
M.Sc. (Agri.) (Agronomy) from University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, 2010
B.Sc. (Agri.) from University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, 2008

 

Research interests

  1. Integrated farming system for west coast plains and Ghats agro-climatic zones

  2. Integrated weed management in Rice based cropping system

  3. Soil and water conservation

Membership in professional societies     

  1.  Indian Society of Agronomy.
  2. Agricultural Research Service Scientists Forum

Research Publications

Journals

  • Hashim, M., Dhar, S., Vyas, A.K., Paramesh, V., Kumar, B. 2015. Integrated nutrient management in maize (Zea mays)-wheat (Triticum aestivum) cropping system. Indian Journal of Agronomy. 54. 352–359. 

  • Paramesh, V., Ravisankar, N., Das, B., Reddy, V.K., Singh, N.P. 2017. Energy Budgeting and sensitivity analysis of Rice (Oryza sativa) – Wheat (Triticum aestivum) cropping system in Indogangentic Plains of India. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 6. 1534–1544. 

  • Manjunath, B.L., Paramesh, V., Mahajan, G.R., Reddy, V.K., Das, B., Chakurkar, E.B., Singh, N.P. 2017. Sustainability through resource recycling, soil fertility and carbon sequestration from integrated farming systems in west coast India. The Bioscan. 12. 1875-1880.

  • Manjunath, B.L., Paramesh, V., Mahajan, G.R., Reddy, K. V, Das, B., Singh, N.P. 2018.A five years study on the selection of rice based cropping systems in Goa, for west coast region of India. Journal of Environmental Biology. 39. 393-399. 

  • Das, B., Nair, B., Reddy, V.K., Paramesh, V. 2018. Evaluation of multiple linear, neural network and penalised regression models for prediction of rice yield based on weather parameters for west coast of India. International Journal of Biometeorology. 62. 1809–1822.

  • Paramesh, V., Arunachalam, V., Nikkhah, A., Das, B., Ghnimi, S. 2018. Optimization of energy consumption and environmental impacts of arecanut production through coupled data envelopment analysis and life cycle assessment. Journal of Cleaner Production. 203, 674-684.

  • V. Paramesh, Shiva Dhar, A.K. Vyas and Anchal Dass. 2014. Studies on impact of phosphor enriched compost, chemical fertilizer and method of zinc application on yield, uptake and quality of maize (Zea mays). Indian Journal of Agronomy. 59(1):613-620.

  • V. Paramesh, C.J. Sridhara and K.S. Shashidhar. 2013. Effect of integrated nutrient management and planting geometry on root parameter and nutrient uptake of aerobic rice. Agriculture update, 8(2): 216-220.

  • V. Paramesh, C.J. Sridhara and K.S. Shashidhar. 2013. Effect of integrated nutrient management and planting geometry on growth and yield of aerobic rice. International Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 10(1):49-52.

  • V. Paramesh, C. J. Sridhara, K. S. Shashidhar. 2013. Leaf Area, Leaf Area Index and Leaf Area Duration Influenced by Integrated Nutrient Management and Planting Geometry in Aerobic Rice. Environment and Ecology, 31 (2B): 943—946.