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Dr. Y. Subbaiah
M.Sc.(Ag.);Ph.D.,PGDHRM
Principal ScientistContact Address:
Agricultural Extension, ICAR- Central Tobacco Research Institute, Rajahmundry- 533105
Phone (Mobile): 9440128203
Email Address: yruvasubaiah@yahoo.com
Employment Record

·         Principal Scientist (Agricultural Extension) & OIC (Seminar Halls),  2015- till date.

·         Principal Scientist & Nodal Officer,  Pulses Seed Hub of CTRI,  2016- till date.

·         Principal Scientist & Officer-in-charge  Agricultural Extension,  2012-2014.

·         Principal Scientist ( Agricultural Extension)-  Since 01-01- 2009

·         Programme Coordinator, KVK of CTRI.  2005-2009

·         Senior Scientist (Agricultural Extension) .  2002-2008

·         Core Team Leader of ICAR Pilot Project ‘’ TAR  through IVLP”.  1996 -99.

·         Training Organiser,  KVK of CTRI. 1995-1997

·         Scientist (Agricultural Extension).  1993-1998

Area of Interest Technology Assessment and Demonstration; Decision Support Systems; Technology Adoption and Impact analysis; Farmer- Extension- Research feedback studies
Publications
  1. Hema Baliwada, D. Damodar Reddy, S. Kasturi Krishna, Y. Subbaiah and N. Aruna Kumari (2018) Socio Economic Impact of Flue Cured Tobacco in NLS of A.P. Ind. Journal. of Extn. Education ,   54(1):65-71
  2. Sarala K, K. Prabhakararao, P venkateswarlu, Y. Subbaiah , TGK Murthy, AVSR Swamy, D. Damodar reddy and C. Chandrasekhar Rao (2017) Tobios-6: A Promising Tobacco soma clone for Northern Light Soils of Andhra Pradesh, Tobacco research,  43(2): 93-99
  3. Y. Subbaiah and D. Damodar Reddy ( 2015) Small Holder Family Farming of FCV tobacco in Karnataka- a socio economic evaluation, Tobacco research,  41(2):72-76
  4. Ravishankar H, Y. Subbaiah and T.G.K Murthy (2015) Decision Support system for Transfer of Technology in FCV tobacco production, International Journal of Applied Research on Information Technology and Computing.   6(2): 94-99
  5. Siva Raju K, D. Damodar Reddy, C. Chandrasekhar Rao and Y. Subbaiah ( 2015) Effect of Nitrogen and Leaf Position on Quality Constituents of Lanka Tobacco (Nicotiana tabaccum.L) grown in Andhra Pradesh, Tobacco research,  41(2): 55-61
  6. Murthy TGK., U. Sreedhar, K. Siva Raju , P.V. Venugopala Rao, K.Sarala, S. Kasturi Krishna, Y. Subbaiah , D. Damodar Reddy and K. Santi Nandivelu (2014) TBST-2, A high yielding multiple resistant FCV tobacco line for traditional black soils of Andhra Pradesh, Tobacco research,  40(2): 73-78
  7. Siva Raju K., D. Damodar Reddy, R.K Ghosh and Y. Subbaiah (2014) Neutral volatile aroma constituents of Lanka tobacco ( nicotiana tabacum L.) in relation to nitrogen supply and leaf Position, Tobacco research,  40(2): 83-90
  8. Subbaiah, Y. (2011). Evaluation of tobacco farmers’ portal. Agricultural Extension Review XXII(1):  24-28.
  9. Ravishankar, H., Subbaiah, Y., Sudhakar, R. (2009).  A data base management system for vocational training programmes. Agricultural Extension Review XX(4): 14-17.
  10. Naidu SK, Subbaiah, Y., K. Suman Kalyani and S. Nageswara Rao ( 2009) ,Constraints in adoption of recommended practices among FCV tobacco farmers of AP .Tobacco research,  35(1&.2):: 27-30
Awards/Honors
  • KVK of CTRI has been adjudged as the best KVK in zone- V, ICAR (2006).Certificate awarded to(Me) Programme Coordinator of KVK
  • Best Paper award in National Seminar organised by MSEE-2002
  • Best Paper award in National Conference on Tobacco -2005
  • Member –Technology Advisory Committee of DRDA, East Godavari District
  • Member – Management  Committees of NFSM and ATMA, East Godavari District
  • Received Gold Medals for having secured highest OGPA  of 9.18/10.00 in M.Sc (Ag) (Extension Education) and 9.01/ 10.00 in Ph.D (Extension Education). ANGRAU, Hyderabad
  • Editorial Board member, ISTS
  • Joint Secretary, ISTS