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Pallavi Singh

Assistant Professor, Agricultural Sciences

pallavi@sharda.ac.in

About

Pallavi Singh is a trained agriculture research professional with 6.5 years of experience in climate change adaptation in sustainable crop production including soil health, greenhouse gas emission estimation, crop growth, and crop model yield simulation.

Experience
  • 6.5 years
Qualification
  • Ph.D. (degree awaited) IIT Kharagpur. West Bengal.
  • M.Tech. in Agricultural Systems and Management, IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal
Award & Recognition

  • 2017 Indian Institute of Technology Best Academic Conference ASABE 2017, USA  with full financial assistance
  • 2015 Selected with partial fellowship in United Nations University training course on Climate Change Adaptation Approaches and Applications, Srilanka.
  • Qualified Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Exam, 2011

Research

  • Singh, P., Swain, D.K., Bhadoria, P.B.S. et al. Effect of Planting System and Elevated CO2 Environment on Soil NH4+–N and NO3–N Content and Yield of Hybrid Rice in Subtropical India. Int. J. Plant Prod. 13, 141–153 (2019).
  •  Kumar, K.A., Swain, D.K., Pallavi et al. Effect of organic and inorganic nutrient management on soil nutrient dynamics and productivity of rice-chickpea system in lateritic soil. Org. Agr. 8, 15–28 (2018).
  • Pallavi Singh and Dillip Kumar Swain (2017).Planting time adaptation to avoid temperature stress at sensitive rice growth stages in subtropical India. 2017 Annual International Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. Spokane, USA
  • Pallavi Singh and Dillip Kumar Swain (2016). Hybrid yield response to elevated CO2 under different nitrogen management in direct seeding and transplanting system. 4th International Agronomy Congress on Agronomy for sustainable management of natural resources, environment, energy and livelihood security to achieve zero hunger challenge. New Delhi

Certifications

  • March 30- April 3, 2015- "Climate change downscaling approaches and applications Course1- Downscaling methods" ,conducted by United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, Japan developed under the framework of University Network for Climate and Ecosystems Adaptation Research (Un-CECAR) in Colombo, Srilanka
  • April 6- April 10, 2015. "Climate change downscaling approaches and applications Course 2- Session B: Impacts on rice production", conducted by United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, Japan developed under the framework of University Network for Climate and Ecosystems Adaptation Research (UN-CECAR) in Colombo, Srilanka
  • July 14, 2015 to August 5, 2015. The post graduate courses on "Building resilience to climate change Course I: Science, impacts and vulnerability and Course II: Approaches to adaptation", by the authority of the University Network for Climate and Ecosystems Change
  • MHRD TEQIP-II sponsored short term course on "Data Analytics with SAS", organized by Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.
  • "Introduction to Python", conducted by IEEE student branch and URJA, School of Energy Science and Engineering student club, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Area of Interest

  • Soil Sciences
  • Crop modeling and simulation
  • Crop production