Department of Agricultural Economics and Statistics

 

glass_43   About Department
glass_43   Academic Programmes
glass_43   Infrastructure
glass_43   Mandate
glass_43   Faculty
glass_43   Co-curricular Activities
glass_43   Research Activities and Achievements(including projects)
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About Department

The Department of Agricultural Economics and Statistics was established in 1970. The major functions of the department are post-graduate teaching, research and extension activities. Post-graduation is the main activity. The total number of intake capacity of student per year in M.Sc. and Ph.D. is 20 and 3 students, respectively.

Historical Perspective

During the seventies, the emphasis shifted to resource productivity, labour employment and farm mechanization, risk management and marketing efficiency. In the eighties, emphasis further shifted to technological changes, yield gap and constraints analysis, input and output marketing, price policy and subsidy issues, farm capital requirements, agricultural development and regional imbalances and management of resources. In the nineties, emphasis further shifted to total agricultural factor productivity, agricultural research investment, technology evaluation and impact assessment, food and nutrition policy. In the year 2000,   prespective of the research programme of the department broadened to input-output markets, post-harvest losses and international trade. Currently socio-economic policy research on technology assessment, demand supply scenarios, development of indicators for measurement of sustainability and sharing of global markets are the priority area of research.

 

Academic Programmes

M.Sc. (Agril. Economics)2 years : Intake Capacity: 18

Ph.D.(Agril. Economics):    3 years : Intake Capacity: 03

M.Sc. Courses

 . Core Courses (Total Credits: 21)

. Minor Courses (Total Credits: 09)

. Supporting Courses (Total Credits: 06)

. Research Courses (Total Credits: 20)

. Seminar Courses (Total Credits: 01)

Details of Course work proposed for M.Sc. Student
Sr. No. Course No. Course Title Credits
    Major Courses 14+7=21
1 AG.ECON-501 Micro Economic Theory And Application 2+0
2 AG.ECON-502 Macro Economics And Policy 2+0
3 AG.ECON-505 Agricultural Marketing & Price Analysis 2+1
4 AG.ECON-506 Research Methodology For Social Sciences 1+1
5 AG.ECON-503 Evolution of Economic Thought 1+0
6 AG.ECON-504 Agricultural Production Economics 1+1
7 AG.ECON-507 Econometrics 2+1
8 AG.ECON-509 Agricultural Finance And Project Management 2+1
9 AG.ECON-508 Linear Programming 1+1
10 AG.ECON-591 Seminar 0+1
11 AG ECON-599 Research Work 0+20
    Minor Courses 6+3=09
12 AG.ECON-517 Computer Applications For Agricultural Economics 2+1
13 EXT-503 Diffusion And Adoption of Innovations 2+1
14 EXTN-507 Human Resource Development 2+1
     Supporting Courses 12+7=19
  STAT-511 Statistical Methods For Applied Sciences 2+1
  STAT-513* General Statistical Methods and Research Methodology 1+1
  STAT-501 Mathematical  Methods  For  Applied Sciences 3+0
  STAT-507* Design of experiment for plant Protection 2+1
  STAT-508* Design of experiment for Animal Science 2+1
  STAT-512* Experimental Design 2+1
  STAT-531* Data analysis using Statistical packages 0+2
  —- Non Credit Compulsory Courses 3+3
  PGS-501** Library and Information Services 0+1
  PGS-504** Basic Concept in Laboratory Techniques 0+1
  PGS-502** Technical Writing and communication skills 0+1
  PGS-503** Intellectual Property & its Management in Agriculture 1+0
  PGS-506** Disaster Management 1+0
  PGS-505** Agricultural Research ethics and rural Development Programme 1+0

*Offer for other discipline , **offer by other discipline    Major-21, Minor-09, Supporting-06, NCCC-06 = Total 42

Ph.D. Courses

  • Core Courses (Total Credits 20 )
  • Minor courses (Total Credits 09)
  • Supporting Courses (Total Credits 08 )
  • Research (Total Credits 45)
  • Seminar (Total Credits 02 )
Details of Course work proposed in Ph.D. Student
Sr. No. Course No. Course Title Credits
    Core Courses 12+08= 20
1 AG.ECON-601 Advanced Micro-Economic Analysis 1+1
2 AG.ECON-602 Advanced Macro-Economic Analysis 2+0
3 AG.ECON-605 Quantitative Development Policy Analysis 1+1
4 AG.ECON-606 Advanced Agricultural Marketing And Price Analysis 2+1
5 AG.ECON-603 Advanced Econometrics 2+1
6 AG.ECON-604 Advanced Production Economics 2+1
7 AG.ECON-609 Environmental Economics 2+1
8 AG.ECON-691 Doctoral Seminar 0+1
9 AG.ECON-692 Doctoral Seminar 0+1
10   Research Work 0+45
    Minor courses 6+3=9
11 EXTN-603 Advanced In Training Technology 2+1
12 EXT – 604 Organisational Development 2+1
13 EXT – 605 Advanced Instructional Technology 2+1
    Supporting Courses 6+2=08
14 STAT – 601 Advanced Statistical Methods 2+1
15 STAT -602 Advanced Mathematics For Economics 2+0
16 STAT- 604* Genetical Statistics 2+1
17 STAT-605* Design of Experiment for Plant Sciences 2+1
18 STAT-607 Multivariate Analysis 2+1
    Non- credit compulsory courses(NCCC) 0+4
19 PGS  501 Library and information Services 0+1
20 PGS 504 Basic concept in laboratory Technique 0+1
21 PGS 502 Technical writing and communication Skill 0+1
22 PGS 503 Intellectual Property and its management in Agriculture 0+1
    Grand Total 20+09+08+04= 41

*Offer for other discipline

Topic of Educational Research:

M .Sc

Sr. No. Name of Scholar Title of Thesis Name of Guide Year of Submission
1 Torane  Jaipal Sanjay Marketable And Marketed Surplus Of Selected Cereals In Amravati District. Dr.S.C. Nagpure 2013
2 Surve Subhash Dharmaji Economic Evaluation Of Pulse Processing Unit. Shri G.B.Malthane 2013
3 Gore Nitisha Hirachsnd Crop Diversification In Akola District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2013
4 Gawande Mamta Dewaji Dynamics Of Cropping Pattern In Buldhana District. Dr. S.J.Kakde 2013
5 Bhaskar Komal Rambhau Export Performance Of Selected Vegetables And Spices In India. Dr. B.N. Ganvir 2013
6 Tarange Vijay Tukaram Economics Of Production And Marketing Of Pomegranate In Buldhana District. Shri G.B.Malthane 2013
7 Kulkarni Akhilesh Ramesh Economics Of Production And Marketing Of Pomegranate In Washim District. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2013
8 Khandre Rupali Pandurang Impact Assessment Of Recommended Technologies Pea In Vidarbha Region. Dr.S .J.Kakde 2013
9 Nikhade Priyanka Arvind Economics Of Production And Marketing Of Banana In Akola  District Dr.B.N. Ganvir 2013
10 Matode Swapnil Dinkarrao Temporal Changes In Economics Of Production Of Major  Crops In Akola   District Dr.S .J.Kakde 2013
11 Tayade Lochan Ashok Economics Of Production And Marketing Of Green Chilli  In Akola District.

 

Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2013
12 Omaid s/o Najmuddin Impact Of Technologies On Cotton Production In Vidarbha Region Of Maharashtra. Dr.B.N. Ganvir 2013
13 Atla Jyoti Sukaru Economic Analysis Of Production And Marketing Of Garlic In Akola District. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2013
14 Patil Sudip PraKash “Food Security With Reference To Supply Gap Of Major Food Grains In Akola District.” Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2013
15 Jadhav Madhuri Rajaram Economic Analysis Of Onion Seed Production And Marketing In Akola District. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2013
16 Dahake Vaibhav Vitthalrao Economic Analysis Of Broiler Production ii wardha District. Dr.B.N. Ganvir 2013
17 Miss Ghevade Aditi Suryakant Income,Expenditure and Saving pattern of small farmers in Akola district. Shri. G.B. Malthane 2013
18 Patil Harish Ananda Technical Efficiency in Wheat production of Amravati Division. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2013
19 Rade  Ganeshkumar  Dilipkumar Technical Efficiency in Gram production of Amravati Division. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2013
20 Sujoy Hazari Economic Of Production And Marketing Of Soyabean   In Akola District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2014
21 Monalisha Gurung Labour Input Behaviour In Selected Crops. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2014
22 Bihade Dharti Panjabrao DynamicS Of Districtwise Economic Growth In Amravati Division. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2014
23 Wankhade Shital Digambar Economic Analysis Of Production And Marketing Of Cauliflower   In Washim District. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2014
24 Dhore Gajanan Anna Economic Analysis Of Production And Marketing Of Watermelon   In Buldhana District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2014
25 Dharanguttikar Amarsingh  Arvind Economic Analysis Of Milk Production And Disposal  In Akola District. Dr.S.J.Kakde 2014
26 Matte Rupali Nanaji Economic Analysis Of Production And Marketing Of Marigold Flower In Akola District    Dr.A.S.Tingre 2014
27 Bavaskar Vilas Vikram Economic Analysis Of Production And Marketing Of Cabbgage In Akola District.   Dr.A.S.Tingre 2014
28 Mohod Manoj Sahebrao Economics of Crop Insurance Scheme For Gram In Akola District Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2014
29 Kamble Gaurav Dattatray Determinants Of Overdues In Agriculture.

 

Dr.S.C. Nagpure 2014
30 Waghmare Swapnil Balu Economic Analysis Of Production And Marketing Of  Dry  Chilli  In  Akola  District  Dr.A.S.Tingre 2014
31 Pisal Mayur Sandeep Economics Of Production And Marketing Of Turmeric in Amravati District. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2014
32 Bhoge Vivek  Dnyaneshwarrao Economic Analysis Of Sustainability Of Farming In Amravati District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2014
33 Dhindale Nilehs   Vishvanath Profitability Of Goat Farming In Western Vidarbha. Dr.S.J.Kakde 2014
34 Jawale Nilesh Sitaram Credit Gap In Crop loan In Bhuldhana District. Dr.S.C.Nagpure 2014
35 Giri Ganesh Bhagwat Impact Of Techonologies On Kharif Jowar Production In Bhuladhana District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2014
36 Mane Rajesh Kumar Impact of minimum support price on agriculture crops -a study in Amravati division. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2014
37 Machale Shivraj Kisan Impact of mechanization on crops productivity in Akola district. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2015
38 Gawande Gaurav wasudev Economics of production and marketing of Ginger in Amravati Division. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2015
39 Rathod Rita Prakash Economic Analysis of Production and Marketing of Kagzi Lime in Akola District Dr.S.C.Nagpure 2015
40 Namrata Shantaram Tale Economics of Production and Marketing of Muskmelon in Akola District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2015
41 Kalpande Sagar Balkrishana Export Performance of Cotton in India Dr.S.C.Nagpure 2015
42 Sonkusare Darshana Rambaroshe Export Performance of Livestock Production in India. Dr.S.C.Nagpure 2015
43 Miss Pawar  Poonam Ashok Analysis Price Behaviour of Soyabean in Amravati Division. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2015
44 Bane Varsha Gunaji . Analysis of Land Use Dyanamics in Amravati District. Dr.S.N Suryawanshi 2015
45 Shelke Mangesh Vinayakrao Analysis of Price Behaviour of Gram in Amravati Division. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2015
46 Tupatkar Ashwini Sanjay          Analysis of Price Behaviour of Red Gram in Amravati Division. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2015
47 Barsagade Babita Anandrao Economic Analysis of Paddy Processing in Gondia District. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2015
48 Chaudhari Valmik Appa Econamics of Production and Marketing of Panpimpiri. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2015
49 Kale Balasaheb Nehru Econamics of Production and Marketing of Tomato in Akola District. Dr.S.J.Kakde 2015
50 Doifole Nilesh Tejrao Economics of Production and Marketing of Rabi Jowar in Buldhana Disrtict Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2015
51 Doifole Abhijit Shivaji Nutritional Food Security in Akola Ditrict Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2015
52 Thakare Raju Vitthal Economic Analysis Of Production and Marketing of Guar Crop in  Amravati District Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2015
53 Borse Bhagyshree Chileeya Economics Of farming Systems in Akola District Dr.S.J.Kakde 2015
54 Sonaje Sagar Dilip Growth and Instability  of soybean in Amravati division Dr.S.J.Kakde 2015
55 Chormale Poonam Kailashrao Economic analysis of Cheakpea in Yavatmal District Dr.A.S.Tingre 2015
56 Sonone Vaibhav Gulabrao Impact of Climate change on yield of Sorghum and Paddy Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2016
57 Alexander Eric Manohar Role of Institutional Credit in Agriculture in Akola District Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2016
58 Kadam Kalyanirajan Yashwant Price Analysis of Turmeric for major markets of  Maharashtra Dr.A.S.Tingre 2016
59 Rasakar Kshitija Suresh Price analysis of Maize for major markets of Maharastra Dr.A.S.Tingre 2016
60 Bahele Poonam Gunilal Price analysis of Green Gram for major markets of Amravati division. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2016
61 Ambekar Jagdish Ramdas Export Performance of fish and fish Products in India. Dr .S.C. Nagpure 2016
62 Pandhare Megha Purushottam Behaviour of Arrival and Prices of Onion in Maharashtra. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2016
63 Khandangale Dehananjay Pralhad Performance of National Agricultural Insurance Scheme: Special reference to gram. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2016
64 Tutan Sutradhar Import and Export performance of natural rubber in India. Dr.S.C. Nagpure 2016
65 Korra Vijaya Lakshmi Dynamics of cropping pattern and crop diversification in Amravati Division of Maharashtra. Dr.S.C. Nagpure 2016
66 Sadar Ayodhya Vithoba Price analysis of red chilli for major markets of Maharashtra. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2016
67 Phate Yogesh Sudhakar Behaviour of arrival and Prices of Black gram. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2016
68 Kiran Dhawane Marketable and Marketed surplus of major cereals and pulses in Amravati district . Dr.S.C. Nagpure 2016
69 Sukhadeve Priyanka  Radheshyam Economics of Production and marketing of Lythyrus and Lineseed in Bhandara District. Dr.S.N Suryawanshi 2016
70 Wankhade Jeevankala Suresh Analysis of price Behaviour and marketing practices of Ajwain. Dr.S.C. Nagpure 2016
71 Telang Swapnil Ramesh Economics Of Production And Marketing Of Banana In Washim District Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2016
72 Ku Lande Sukanya Shudhir Export and Import performance of Sugar in India Dr .S.C. Nagpure 2017
73 Ku Manwar Madhuri Khushal Structural Changes in cropping Pattern in Selected Tahsils of Wardha District. Dr .S.C. Nagpure 2017
74 Mahesh C.S. Export Performance of Termeric in India. Dr .S.C. Nagpure 2017
75 Ku. Gupta Pallavi Laximinarayan  Crop Diversification in Selected Tahsils of Nagpur  District -Microlevel Analysis Dr .S.C. Nagpure 2017
76 Ku. Bawane Snehal Dipak Export and Import performance of Banana in India Dr .S.C. Nagpure 2017
77 Ku. Kale Sushmita Dilip Structural Changes in cropping Pattern in Selected Tahsils of Amravati District. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2017
78 Ku Sangade Shubhangi Sopan Price Behaviour of Paddy in Eastern Vidarbha Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2017
79 Ku.Ragade Reshma Dattatraya Price Behaviour of Wheat  in Maharashtra Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2017
80 Ku. Bindu .S  Behaviour of arrival and prices of Brinjal in Maharashtra. Dr.V.K.Khobarkar 2017
81 Sarnaik Rajan Yashwantrao Crop Diversification in Selected Tahsils of Buldhana   District -Microlevel Analysis Dr .R.G. Deshmukh 2017
82 Waghode Pravin Digambar Structural Changes in cropping Pattern in Selected Tahsils of Buldhana District. Dr .R.G. Deshmukh 2017
83 Ku.Sharab Gayatri Price Analysis of Garlic for major markets of Maharashtra. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2017
84 Waghmode Anada Tanaji Structural Changes in cropping Pattern in Selected Tahsils of Yavatmal   District. Dr.A.S.Tingre 2017
85 Bajar Ravi Gajanan Crop Diversification in Selected Tahsils of  Yavatmal   District -Microlevel Analysis Dr.A.S.Tingre 2017

Ph. D

Sr. No Name of Scholar Title of Thesis Name of Guide Year of Submission
1 Kadam Mahesh Mahad Comparative Analysis of Public and Private food grain warehousing in Vidarbha Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2014  
2 Chopde Kavita Digamber Economic Analysis of self help groups with special reference to microfinance. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2014
3 Lamtule Jayshing Arun Impact of Export and import under WTO Regime on Cotton. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2016
4 Borkar Amit Narayan  Economic Analysis of small and marginal farmers in Vidarbha. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2016
5 Makesar Arvind  Deorao Technical Efficiency of major kharif and rabi crops in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra. Dr.S.J.Kakde 2016
6 Rathod Vinod Jasu Effect of regional resource imbalances on cost of production in Maharashtra. Dr. S.J.Kakde 2017
7 Patil Ranjit Sambhaji Performance of Agricultural inputs Subsidies in Vidarbha. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2017                     
8 Bhondhare Vishnu Omprakash Women Empowerment in Selected Agro Based Industries in Vidarbha. Dr.R.G.Deshmukh 2017

Infrastructure

The department has separate identity among all other disciplines. The faculty of Agricultural Economics and Statistics including Agribusiness Management make the single department. Department has well furnished class rooms, the seminar hall, staff amenities, computer lab, etc.

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Mandate

The twin objectives of the Department are teaching and conducting research at undergraduate and post graduate level .The basic objectives of the department are:

  1. To impart instructional programme at under graduate and post graduate level in Agricultural Economics and Statistics.
  2. To conduct research in Agricultural Economics and Statistics considering the thrust area.
  3. To organize short term training programme for farmers in frontier areas of agricultural Economics like Agri -Business training programme & Market Intelligence.
  4. To conduct bench mark surveys and assess the impact of technologies on farm economy.
  5. Undertaking and guiding extension education programme.

Co-Curricular Activities

The department students takes part in the inter college as well as inter university sports tournaments. Educational tours are organised for department students to study the agricultural aspects in other parts of the country.

Research Activities

The Department undertakes the research programmes considering the thrust areas of the subjects with emerging challenges and changing agricultural research dimensionalities.

Research themes identified

Recent emphasis of the department will be on:

  1. Economics of Production, marketing and finance in agriculture.
  2. Research on contract farming & Group farming.
  3. Market intelligence.
  4. Risk management in agriculture.
  5. Agri-business management.
  6. Value chain of Agril. Commodities.
  7. Agri. Business.
  1. i) Thrust area

Thrust Areas of Research

Current research trends suggest focusing on the following areas:

  • Technology policy
  1. Impact of Agricultural research
  2. Interaction of crop-livestock Enterprises-Farming systems
  • Trends of Agricultural Productivity and growth.
  • Sustainable Agriculture Systems
  1. Climate change and its impact on Agriculture.
  • Markets & Trends
  1. Marketing & price behavior of agricultural commodities, market co-integration, price volatility, value chain of Agril. Commodities.
  • Institutional Change
  1. Risk Management in Agriculture.
  2. Agricultural credit management and insurance.
  • Agriculture Growth and Modeling
  1. Income diversification and inequality.Acceleration of Agriculture growth

Recommendations/Varieties /Patents

S N Recommendations Name of PI &Co-PI Year
1  Ajwaine crop is a promising profitable cash crop based on three years average per hectare cost and returns to the Ajwaine growers hence it is recommended that farmers should incorporate  Ajwaine crops in rabi cropping pattern in Vidarbha region.(2012-13) S.C.Nagpure-PI R.G.Deshmukh-Co- PI S.M.Ghawade  -Co- PI

 

2012-13
2 The farmers who adopted recommended technologies of Tur Production, they have saved Rs. 500/- to Rs. 600/- per qtl and it increases the net profit. So it is recommended that farmers should adopt all the recommended technologies for Tur production developed by the University. (2014) S.J.Kakde- PI

B.N.Ganvir-Co-PI

Devyanee K.Nemade

             -Co- PI

Vanita K.Khobarkar

              –  Co- PI

2014-15
3 In order to minimise the price risk and to protect the price security of farming community and also to stabilise the acreage under Redgram (Pigeonpea) and Green gram of Maharashtra state which are the volatile commodities in terms of market prices, it is recommended that long term procurement policy should be adopted to maintain price stability throughout the year at least for major markets of the state.(2015) A.S.Tingre- PI R.G.Deshmukh-Co- PI

R.K.Kolhe        -Co- PI

A.A.Bhopale    -Co- PI

2014-15
4 In order to minimise the price risk and to protect the price security of farming community and also to stabilise the acreage under Chickpea and Blackgram of Maharashtra state which are the volatile commodities in terms of market prices, it is recommended that long term procurement policy should be adopted to maintain price stability throughout the year at least for major markets of the state. (2016) A.S.Tingre-PI R.G.Deshmukh-Co- PI

R.K.Kolhe        -Co- PI

A.A.Bhopale    -Co- PI

2015-16
5 Considering the factors of market distance, per quintal marketing cost including transportation , producer share in consumers rupees and marketing efficiency of selected market for ajwain product, Neemuch market (MP) was observed highest in marketing efficiency and producer share in consumer rupees i.e. 3.88 and 79.52, respectively followed by Unjha market(Gujarat) i.e.3.70 and 78.45, respectively and Bhilwara market (Rajasthan) i,e, 3.35 and 77.00, respectively, Shegaon market(MS) i.e.3.25 and 76.45, respectively and Kurnool market (AP) i,e, 3.15 and 75.92, respectively, therefore it is recommended that,  farmers should sale their produce to Neemuch market (Madyapredesh), Unjha market (Gujrat) and Bhilwara market Rajasthan as compare to local market to gain better market margin to the farmer. S.C.Nagpure-PI R.G.Deshmukh-Co- PI S.M.Ghawade  -Co- PI

A.A.Bhopale    -Co- PI

2015-16
6 Maize appeared to be one of the important emerging crop in the Buldhana district and it became additional crop in the cropping pattern of the district. Therefore, it is recommended that to allocate more area invariably under the cultivation of maize crop by providing high yielding varieties and introducing improved technology through university. N.V.Shende-PI B.N.Ganvir-Co-PI R.G.Deshmukh-Co- PI

 

2015-16
7 In Eastern Vidarbha district lathyrus crop required low inputs with high B:C ratio in marginal and small size of holding farmers in rainfed cultivation during rabi season as a relay crop. Therefore, it is recommended to develop high yielding varieties of lathyrus and suggest the suitable improved technology by university for increasing the production of lathyrus which helps to improve the economical condition of marginal and small farmers in rainfed area.

 

PI- Dr. B.N.Ganvir

Co-Pi-

Dr. N.V.Shende,

Dr. U.T.Dangore

Dr. N.T.Bagde

Shri P.D.Deshmukh

2016-17

Extension Activities

Participation of Department in National Programme

Programmes Activities Date
Swach Bharat Abhiyan Cleanliness of office Premises 26/01/2018
 

 

Publications

 

Contact Information

Head
Deptt.of Agril. Econ.& Statistics
Dr.P.D.K.V.,Akola- 444 104 (Maharashtra)
Phone No: 0724- 2256070
Email Id: bnganvir@gmail.com


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