Dr. Nand Ram - Lingaya's Vidyapeeth
Dr. Nand Ram

Dr. Nand Ram

Professor of Practice – Soil Science (Agri)

School of Agriculture

Dr. Nand Ram stands as distinguished Professor realms of academia and research, boasting over four decades of illustrious experience. Presently, he holds the prestigious position of Professor of Practice in School of Agriculture at the esteemed Lingayas Vidyapeeth in Faridabad. His academic credentials are truly remarkable, having first division throughout his academic career and obtained Ph.D. in Soil Science from prestigious G. B. Pant Univ. of  Agri. & Tech. (GBPUAT) Pantnagar and Post doctorate from State University Ghent,
Belgium under Indo-Belgian Cultural Relations Program. He participated in a training course on Simulation modelling under Rice-Wheat System at International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Manila, Philippines. His field of specialization are Soil Fertility Evaluation, Maintenance of Soil Health by Integrated Nutrient Management and Heavy Metal Soil Pollution.

He worked at GBPUAT Pantnagar on various positions and retired as Prof. & Head, Soil Science. He was Visiting Scientist at Godollo Agricultural University, Hungary under Indo- Hungarian Cultural Exchange Program. He worked as Prof. under World Bank Program at two Ethiopian Universities of Mekele and Hawassa. He was Coordinator P. G. at A.K.S. University, Satna, M.P., and Dean Agriculture at M.V.N.Univ. Palwal. He was the Project Leader of All India Coordinated Research Project on Long-Term Fertilizer Experiments and Co-Project Leader of Soil Test Crop Response project as well as Incharge, Soil Testing Lab.
GBPUAT Pantnagar.

He published 5 books & Bulletins, 76 research papers in national and International journals of repute, 39 technical articles in agricultural magazines; presented 19 research papers in seminars/conferences. His 12 radio talks were broadcasted from All India Radio, Rampur and 3 T.V.talks live telecasted from Krishi Door Darshan, Delhi. He advised 4 Ph.D., 16 M.Sc.  Ag. students for thesis research, and organized 3 farmers day/conferences. He studied French in Belgium for 18 months and taught French language under Liberal
Education Program/Hotel Management for 12 years at GBPUAT Pantnagar, Rohilkhand Univ. Bareilly as well as IIHM Faridabad and Hawassa Univ. Ethiopia.

1. Nand Ram (1995). Long Term Effects of Fertilizers on Crop Production and Soil Properties in a Mollisol. Tech. Res. Bull. 124, Directorate of Expeiment Station, G. B .Pant Univ. of Agri. & Tech., Pantnagar, India.

2. Nand Ram, Sachan, R. S., Singh, K., Ram, B., Mishra, B., Chhabra, S. D. and Jain,M.K. (1989). Soil Testing and Fertilizer Use (Hindi). Agri. Correspondence Course Series-10, Directorate of Extension, G. B. Pant Univ.of Agri. & Tech, Pantnagar,India.

3. Sachan, R. S., Nand Ram and Upadhyay, R. M. (1986). Practical Soil Testing and Fertilizer Management (Hindi).Scientific and Technical TerminologyCommission Ministry of Human Resource Development,Govt. of India, New Delhi.

4. Sachan, R. S. and Nand Ram (1981).Soil Testing and Fertility Management .- A Practical Manual. Pantnagar Society of Soil Science, G. B. Pant Univ. of Agri. & Tech., Pantnagar, India.

5. Ghildyal, B. P., Sachan, R. S.and Nand Ram (1975). How to get maximum profit from fertilities (Hindi). Extension Bull. J – 11. Agri. Extension Service, G. B. Pant Univ. of Agri. & Tech.,Pantnagar. India.

Research Papers Published:

1. Dinku Dessalegn, Sheleme Beyene, Nand Ram, Fran Walley and Tekleab S. Gala (2014). Effects of topography and land use on soil characteristics along the toposequence of Ele watershed in southern Ethiopia. Catena 115:47-54.

2. Nand Ram. Turcsanyi, G. and Fuleky G.(2012). Comparison of bio- and mineral – solids for the mobility of heavy metals in a Hungarian mine spoil. Carp. J. Earth Environ. Sci. 7 (1):185-192

3.Sime, T. and Nand Ram (2012) Impact of long-term integrated nutrient nutrient management on the availability of Ca, Mg and S macronutrients and their removal by wheat on a mollisol in North India. Acta Agronomica Hungarica, 60(2), 151-156.DOI: 10.1556/AAgr.60.2012

4. Titab Das, Shri Ram and Nand Ram (2011).Effect of long term application inorganic fertilizers and manures on yields, nutrient uptake and grain quality of wheat unde rice-wheat cropping system in a mollisol.Pantnagar J. Res. 9(2) :214-220.

5.Singh, A. P. Nand Ram and Veer Singh (2010). Impact of 3-decades of fertilizer use on the availability of DTPA – extractable micronutrients and its comparison with other extractants on a mollisol of North India. Environ Ecol. 28(1B): 523-529.

6.Agarwal. M., Nand Ram and Shri Ram. (2010). Long-term effect of inorganic fertilizers and manure on physical and chemical properties of soil after 35 years of continuous cropping of rice-wheat. Pantnagar J. Res. 8 (1):76-80

7.Praveen Singh, Nand Ram and Ramesh Chandra (2009) Impact of long-trm use of fertilizers and manures on the microbial population in rice-wheat-cowpea system.

8..Shri Ram, Nand Ram and Titab Das (2009). Effect of continuous cropping and organic and inorganic nutrients on physical properties of mollisol and their relation with available nutrients. Ann. Pl. Soil Res. 11(2):69-72.

9.Das, D. K. and Nand Ram (2007). Properties of humic and Fulvic acids under the  long- term use of fertilizers in a rice-wheat-cowpea system on a mollisol. Acta  Agron. Hungaricae 55(3): 293-298

10.Veer Singh and Nand Ram (2007). Relationships of available micronutrients with chemical properties and their uptake by rice-wheat-cowpea system in a mollisol. J.Soils Crop 17(2):  191-197.

11. Room Singh, Nand Ram and Peeyush Mishra (2007). Economics of fertilizer  use under continuous rice-wheat cropping in a Mollisol. Pantnagar J. Res. 5(1):76-80.

1. Sime, Tsega and Nand Ram (2008). Availability and uptake of secondary nutrients by wheat under long-term fertilizer use in a mollisol. Proceedings of National seminar on Policy intervention for promotion of balanced fertilizer use and integrated nutrient management. CSKHPKV,Palampur pp 167-169.

2. Singh ,P., Nand Ram and Ramesh Chandra (2006) Microbial counts under long-term use of fertilizers in rice-wheat-cowpea system. Presented at 2nd International Rice Congress held at New Delhi.

3. Behera, S.K and Nand Ram (2004) Quality of shallow water table as affected by long-term use of fertilizers. Presented at 70th Annual Convention of the Indian Society Soil Science, held at Hydrabad, India

4. Dwivedi, M. K. and Nand Ram (2002). Effect of 17 years of continuous cropping and fertilization on response and use efficiency of N by rice and wheatin a mollisol. Presented at the 89th Indian Science Congress, held at Lucknow, India, Jan. 3-7.

5. Verma, R.K. and Nand Ram (2001). Impact of 20 years of fertilizer use on soil fertility and response of wheat to N, P and K. Presented at the “International Symposium on Importance of Potassium on Nutrient Management for Sustainable Crop Production in India” held at New Delhi, India, Dec.3-5.

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