Externally Funded Projects at CRRI, Cuttack

Sl.No.
Title
PI
Objective
Duration
Brief highlights
Total outlay
1
Multilocation evaluation of rice germplasm (NBPFR project)
HN Subudhi
2.8.13-1.8.15
105000
2
Multilocation evaluation of rice germplasm (NBPFR project)
A Mukherjee
2.8.13-1.8.15
75000
3
National Seed Project (Crops)
RK Sahu, U dhua
1.4.98-31.3.2017
315,000
4
Revolving fund scheme for breeder seed production
RK Sahu
27.3.98- Continuing
5,00,000(Refunded)+10,00,000
5
Front line Demonstration under Macro-Management scheme of Ministry of Agriculture ? New High Yielding Varieties
VD Shukla
1.6.00- Continuing
125,000
6
From QTL to Variety: Marker Assisted Breeding of Abiotic Stress Tolerant Rice Varieties with Major QTLs for Drought, Submergence and Salt Tolerance
JN Reddy, ON Singh, DP Singh, RK Sarkar, P Swain, NP Mandal, BC Marndi
29.9.2010-31.3.2015
21970000
7
Marker - assisted back crossing for transfer of durable bacterial blight resistance into elite deep water rice varieties
SK Pradhan, L Behera, GJN Rao, SK Das
29..10.2010 - 28.10.2015
4,878,000
8
Diversity of osmotolerant and biochemical strains of endophytic microorganisms of rice
Supriya Sahu (TK Dangar)
(i) Characterization of PGPB endophytes of rice cultivars of different ecologies. (ii)?Characterization of endophytes for pest and disease control potential. (iii) Characterization of endophytes for stress tolerant potential. (iv) Molecular analysis of uncultivable endophytes.
3.3.2011-29.2.16
(i) Characterized diverse endophytic, epiphytic and rhizophytic microbial communities of 3 wild, 2 hybrid and 3 high yielding rice genotypes. (ii) Assessed polyvalent PGP functions of the phytonic microbes. (iii) Characterized the potent phytonic PGPB
375600
9
Genetic Diversity of farmers? rice varieties collected from different parts of the State of Odisha,India
L Behera, U Dhua
March, 2012- March, 2015
22 25 000
10
Ploidy regulated expression of genes involved in mega-gametophyte development, apomixis and its component traits
MJ Baig, P Swain
13.8.2012-12.8.2015
1808000
11
Improvement of locally adapted rice cultivars of North East Hill region against BLB through marker assisted backcrossing
JN Reddy, MK Kar
4.12.2012- December 2015
7 20 000
12
Using wild ancestor plants to make rice more resilient to increasingly unpredictable water availability
SK Das, P Swain, L Behera, B Sadangi
3.12.2012-3.12.2016
132.272 lakh
13
Hastening the transfer of tolerance to drought from O. nivara into cultivated rice through anther culture approach
LK Bose
18.7.13-17.7.21
30 23 200 (Rs.10 00 000)
14
Functional genomics of osmotolerant microbes of coastal saline rice ecosystem
Sonali Acharya (TK Dangar)
(i) Functional genomics, proteomics and metabolomics of stress tolerance of selected microbes of saline rice ecologies. (ii) Cloning and expression of selected stress tolerant genes. (iii) Functional evaluation of the selected genes (clones) in diverse stresses. (iv) Identification and validation of microbial model system for energy efficient osmotolerance.
June 13- May 18
(i) More than 100 salt tolerant phytonic toxin and inhibitor microbes have been characterized. (ii) More than 45 endophytic, endophytic and rhizophytic bacteria have been identified. (iii) oxin and inhibitors of the 35 potent bacteria have been identified. (iv) Virulence of the potent toxin and inhibitor producing microbes have been confirmed.
250400 (12 months)
15
Utilization of fly ash on amelioration and source of nutrients to rice-based cropping system in eastern India
Sanghamitra Maharana (AK Nayak)
June 13- May 18
279200 (12 months)
16
Front line demonstration 2013-2014
NC Rath
4.6.2014-
3 00 000
17
Multi location evaluation of rice germplasm
Hazaribagh
2013-2014
70000
18
CRRI-NCIPM collaborative project on development and validation of IPM module for rice
SD Mohapatra, S Lenka, J Berliner, K Saikia, KB Pun, T Singh
Nov. 2013- Oct. 2016
16 89 000
19
DNA marker based pyramiding and study of interactions among QTLs for higher grain number in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Gayatri Gouda (T Mohapatra)
March 2014- March 2019
250400 (12 months)
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