Dr. Sabha Jeet
Plant Sciences and Agrotechnology Division (PSA)
CSIR – Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine,Canal Road, Jammu – 180001
Major specialization is Agronomy (Crop Production and Crop Ecology). I have >9 years experience in the field of research and development and expertise in the field of high value Medicinal and Aromatic plants, Biotic and abiotic stress signals on secondary metabolites in medicinal and aromatic plants., Weed management, Integrated Nutrient Management, Organic Farming, Conservation Agriculture for sustaining crop productivity and soil health, Farm Planning and management, Agro-technology development on high value Medicinal and Aromatic plants (MAPs) and other industrially important economic plants. The agro-technology developed at laboratory scale is completely transferring to farmer’s field in societal development programme. I am handling projects as Principle Investigator/Co-PI on Medicinal and Aromatic plants funded by DBT, DST Govt. of India and CSIR. Presently, working as Scientist C and having additional responsibility as Scientist-In-charge, Field Station, Chatha, Jammu. I have more than 30 research paper in reputed National and International Journal.
|Ph.D.||Agronomy||Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P.).||2012|
|M.Sc.||Agronomy||Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (Punjab).||2008|
|B.Sc.||Agricultural Sciences||Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agricultural Science & Technology, Kanpur (U.P.).||2005|
|Scientist C||27-06-2016 – Present||CSIR-IIIM, Jammu|
|Scientist (Subject Matter Specialist- Agronomy)||12-04- 2012 to 25-06-2016||ICAR- KVK, Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour, Bhagalpur, (Bihar).|
|Marketing and Recovery Officer (MRO)||16-04-2007 to 21-04-2007||State Bank of Patiala|
Area of Expertise
- Biotic and abiotic stress signals on secondary metabolites in Medicinal and Aromatic plants.
- Agro-technology development and production potential on high value Medicinal and Aromatic plants (MAPs).
- Crop production, Weed Science, Resource Conservation Technologies (RCTs) and Integrated Nutrient Management.
- Farm Planning & management and technology transfer as extension activities.
- CSIR-Aroma mission (HCP007).
- CSIR-Phytopharmaceuticals mission (HCP0011)
- CIPA- Herbal Drug development product (Sun Pharma Pvt.Ltd.)
- Project Rural prosperity through medicinal and aromatic plants (CSIR)
- Development and standardization of Bio-resource pool at IIIM experimental farms (CSIR)
- Introduction, demonstration, improvement and cultivation of economically important plants (CSIR)
- Field demonstration of region specific Medicinal & Aromatic plants genotypes of CSIR for socio-economic upliftment of masses in J&K regions” J&K Aroma Arogya Gram (JAAG).
- Fast Track Translation Projects “Agro-technology transfer and Thymol Crystal from Jammu” (CSIR)
- Sustained cultivation of Phalsa (Grewia asiatica L.) in rain-fed Shivalik belt of J&K.Monarda
- Demonstration of Cultivation, Processing and Value Addition of Selected Aromatic Crops in Bundelkhand region, DBT sponsored (GAP 2172).
- Product development based on thymol-rich Jammu monarda, DBT sponsored (GAP 2156).
- Development and Standardization of Bio-resource pool at IIIM Experimental Farm, Chatha, Jammu (MLP-2010)
|Rahul,V.P. Kapoor, B. Sarkar, S. and Sabha Jeet||Seasonal incidence of Ocimum tingid bug, Cochlochila bullita Stal (Heteroptera: Tingidae) on three different species of Ocimum viz. Ocimum basilicum L., Ocimum sanctum L. and Ocimum kilimandscharicum Guerke, 9(4): 3138-3144 (2020).||Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry (India)|
|Sabha Jeet, Tabassum,S. Kumar, R and Dev, C. M.||Yield and economics of aerobic direct seeded upland rice (Oryza sativa L.) as affected by different weed control measures under rice-wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) system, 16(1): 88-93 (2020).||Journal of Crop and Weed (India)
|Sabha Jeet, Tabassum, S., Kumar, R., Dev, C. M. & Namgial, T.||Productivity and profitability of lentil (lens esculenta L.) as affected by different herbicides in rainfed tal region, Bihar, India, 3, 7–12 (2020).||International Journal of Agricultural Science and Research (India)|
|Sabha Jeet, Singh, J.P. and Kumar, R.||Production potential and nutrient uptake of quality protein maize hybrid as influenced by nitrogen and sulphur fertilization, 4 (1) 27-30 (2017).||Journal of AgriSearch (India)|
|Tabassum, S., Sabha Jeet, Kumar, R., Dev, C.M., P. Kumar and Rehana||Effect of organic manure and zinc fertilization on zinc transformation and bio fortification of crops in Vertisols of central India, 6 (8): 221-231(2014).||Journal of Agricultural Science, Canadian Center of Science and Education (Canada).|
|Sabha Jeet, Singh, J.P., Kumar, R. and Om, H.||Response of nitrogen and sulphur levels on productivity and profitability of QPM hybrid (Zea mays L.) under dryland condition of eastern Uttar Pradesh, 84 (5): 589-94 (2014).||Indian Journal of Agricultural Science (India)|
|Sabha Jeet, Singh, J.P., Kumar, R., Prasad, R.K., Kumar, P. Kumari, A. and Prakash, P.||Effect of nitrogen and Sulphur levels yield, economics and quality of QPM hybrids under dryland condition of eastern Uttar Pradesh, India., 4 (9): 31-38 (2012).||Journal of Agricultural Science, Canadian Center of Science and Education (Canada).|
|Sabha Jeet, Saini, K.S. Kumar, R. and Kumari, A.||Effect of seed rates and nitrogen levels in relation to crop residue management on growth and yield of Soybean and Wheat in bed planted Soybean (Glycine max)- Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) system, 28 (3): 1553-1557 (2010).||Environment & Ecology (India)|
|Sabha Jeet, Singh, S., Kumar, R. and Kumari, A.,||Yield and Physio-chemical properties of soil as affected by seeding rates and nitrogen levels in relation to crop residue management on bed planted Soybean (Glycine max)- Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) system, 2010, 28 (3B): 2063-2067.||Environment & Ecology (India)|
|Sabha Jeet, Kler, D.S., Kumar, R. and Kumari, A.||Response of seed rates and nitrogen levels in relation to crop residue management on microenvironment of bed planted Soybean (Glycine max)- Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) system, Environment & Ecology, 2010, 28 (3): 1571-1576.||Environment & Ecology (India)|
Awards and Honours
- Ultra International Team Award in 2018 awarded by EOAI at the International Congress & Expo-2018. This prestigious award received by CSIR-IIIM Director on behalf of all CSIR-IIIM Jammu Team Members working under the project of CSIR-Aroma Mission. This award contains a citation and cash award of Rs.1,00,000/-was given to the team for its contribution in implementing the mission and the Aroma Industry.
- Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) 2010 conducted by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
- National Fellowship in 2009 during the Ph. D. programme in BHU funded by University Grand Commission (UGC).
- Secured 12th rank in All India Entrance Examination (AIEE) in 2005 conducted by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Agronomy discipline.