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Dr. MUKESH SEHGAL Dr Mukesh Sehgal

Ph.D. (Nematology)

Principal Scientist (Nematology)

Email: Mukesh[dot]Sehgal[at]icar[dot]gov[dot]in; msehgalncipm[at]aol[dot]com

Telephone: 011-25840952

Mobile No.: +919810636677

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Top 10 Research Papers:
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Jeswani, M.D. and Kalra Naveen 2001. Management of Insect,disease and nematode pests of rice and wheat in the Indo-Gangetic plains. J. Crop.Prod.4 (1)-167-226.
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Das, S., Chander Subhash, Gupta, N.C and Kalra Naveen 2006. Climate studies and insect pests: implications for Indian Context. Outlook on Agriculture 35(1): 33-40.
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Ravindra H, Narsimhamurthy H. B, Pawan AS and Shruti S A 2015. A novel approach for the management of root-knot nematode by using acacia compost and bio-agents in tomato field. African Journal of Microbiology Research 9:145-149.
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Luckose, C and Jain R.K 2014. A successful adaptable integrated management technology against root-knot nematode Meloidogyne arenaria in farmers’ participatory approach. Indian Journal of Nematology 44(1):101-102.
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Somasekekhra, Y., Ravichandra, N. G., Ravindra, H. and Sardana H.R. 2012. An outbreak of rice root knot nematode, Meloidogyne graminicola In Shivamogga, Karnataka, India. Indian Journal of Nematology, 42 (1): 102.
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Somasekhara, Y, Ravichandra, N.G., Ravindra, H and Sardana, H.R.2012. An Outbreak of Rice-Root Knot Nematode, Meloidogyne graminicola In Shivamogga, Karnataka, India. Indian Journal of Nematology 42 (1): 102.
  • Sehgal Mukesh, Yadav S.M., Yadav Yashpal 2011: Dissemination and Adoption of an Integrated Nematode Management Package for Chickpea Production in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Indian Journal of Nematology 41(2) 134- 136.
  • Sehgal Mukesh and Kalra Naveen 2010. Distribution and Risk Analysis of Rice-Root knot Nematode, Hirschmanniella oryzae in India. Indian Journal of Nematology. 40, (1): 27-32.
  • Sehgal Mukesh 2010. Distribution of Ditylenchus angustus and a Simple Thumb Rule for Determine the Population Intensity in India. Indian Journal of Nematology. 40, (1):127-132.
  • Best Scientist Award 2022
  • Eminent Scientist Award 2022
  • Indian Icon Award 2022
  • Bhartiya Gyan Ratna Award 2022
  • Outstanding Scientist Award 2022
  • Honarary Fellowship of SBER, Tripura
  • Fellow of Nematological Society of India
  • Fellow of Plant Protection Sciences, New Delhi
  • Fellow of BRCC, Allahabad, UP
  • Prof. Ram Singh Nath Award, IARI, New Delhi
  • Senior I.A.R.I. Fellowship - 1987-91
  • Junior I.A.R.I. Fellowship - 1985-87
  • P.Maheshwari Memorial Award - 1984, Delhi University, Delhi
  • Book Award - 1982-83, Ministry of Telecommunications
  • Best Poster presentation Award - 2011, NSI
  • Best Oral Presentation - Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala, Haryana
  • Best Oral Paper - IDP-NAHEP, Central Agricultural University, Imphal
  • Best Poster Presentation - Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala, Haryana
  • Best Oral Paper - Dr. Ram Avatar Shiksha Samiti & ICAR-CAZRI, RRS, Pali, Marwad, Rajasthan
  • Society of Biotic and Environmental Research
  • Nematological Society of India
  • Society of Plant Protection Sciences
  • Bioved Research Society
  • Soil Ecology and Biology
  • Entomological Society of India
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