M.Sc. : ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi
Ph.D : ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi
PG School, Faculty Disciplines : Agricultural Physics
No. of Students Guided : - M.Sc : 6
Ph.D : 0
Publications (Top 10 Publications having NAAS rating 6 and above with first or corresponding author only) :
- Manikandan, N. , Das D. K*., Mukherjee, J., Sehgal,V. K. , Krishnan, P. (2019). Extreme temperature and rainfall events in National Capital Region of India (New Delhi) in the recent decades and its possible impacts. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 137(3-4): 1703-13. (NAAS =8.36).
- Das, D. K.; Trivedi, T.P. and Srivastava, C. P. (2001). Simple rule to predict Helicoverpa armigera attack at Andhra Pradesh. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 71(6):421-3. (NAAS = 6.25)
- Goyal, A., Das, D.K*., Sehgal, V.K., Vashisth, A., Datta, S.P., Mukherjee, J., Pradhan, S., Singh, J. and Singh, R. (2018). Effect of row direction and cultivar on micrometeorological and biophysical parameters of oil seed Brassica. Journal of Agrometeorology 20(Spl. Issue-I): 85-91. (NAAS = 6.64).
- Goyal, A., Das, D.K*., Sehgal, V.K., Vashisth, A., Mukherjee, J. (2017). Effect of micrometeorological parameters on aphid and white rust epidemiology under different row directions in oilseed Brassic. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 87 (10): 1398�1403. (NAAS = 6.25 ).
- Das, D.K., Pradhan, S., Sehgal, V. K., Sahoo, R. N., Gupta, V. K. and Singh, R. (2013). Spectral reflectance characteristics of healthy and yellow mosaic virus infected soybean (Glycine max L.) leaves in semiarid environment. Journal of Agrometeorology 15(1): 36-38. (NAAS = 6.64 )
- Das, D. K.; Bandyopadhyay, S.K.; Nathan, K.K.; Das, T.K.; Sinha, A.K. and Kushwaha, S. (2002). Thermal requirement and growth of late sown summer mung (Vigna radiata L. Welczek) at various phenological stages. Journal of Agrometeorology 4(1): 33-8. (NAAS = 6.64 )
Patent / Technologies / Methodologies / System etc. (Upto Five) :
- GeoPestDSS: A weatherbased decision support system on GIS platform for forewarning and management of insect pests and diseases of mustard at Delhi-NCR.
- Better interception of photosynthetically radiation and disease suppression by mustard cultivars by changing crop row direction.
- Debranching of mustard crop for disease suppression and yield improvement through improvement of crop microclimate.
- A simple rule to predict Helicoverpa armigera population on crops of Deccan plateau using rainfall data.
- First use of AquaCrop model to simulate the growth and yield of Indian mustard cultivars.