National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP) ,
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi Project
Centre for Advanced Agricultural Science and Technology
for Climate Smart Agriculture and Water Management(CAAST - CSAWM)
Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, Tal. Rahuri, Dist. Ahmednagar 413 722

Er. Vishal Pandey

Senior Research Fellow (IDE-Smart Irrigation Project)
M. Tech. in Agricultural Engineering

Educational Qualification : 

  • Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth (Maharashtra) - India 2017-2019 --M. Tech. in Agricultural Engineering
  • Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya (Madhya Pradesh) - India 2013-2017 -- B. Tech. in Agricultural Engineering
  • School for Excellence, No. 1 Chhatarpur, M. P., India 2013 -- Certificate of Higher Secondary Education
  • School for Excellence, No. 1 Chhatarpur, M. P., India 2011  -- Certificate of High School Education


  • International Conference - International symposium on “Engineering Technology for Precision and Climate Smart agriculture”, Varanasi (India) 
  • International Conference –International Micro Irrigation Conference, International Conference of Irrigation and Drainage, Aurangabad (India) 
  • National Workshop cum Training on recent Trends and Development in Applied Geology Mining and Geo-informatics Technology in Nation Building, Satna (India)


  • Institution Duration Farm Machinery and Power -- NRFMTTI, Hisar, Haryana -- 04 Weeks
  • Basics of Remote Sensing, GIS and GNSS -- IIRS, Dehradun  -- 12 Weeks
  • Remote Sensing and GIS Application in Carbon Forestry -- IIRS, Dehradun -- 03 Weeks
  • Remote Sensing and GIS Application in Water Resource Management -- IIRS, Dehradun -- 03 Weeks
  • Assessment of Ground water and Irrigation Practices Completed Under Jaladhar Project -- BAIF, Nashik --  03 Weeks
  • Application of Soft Computing Techniques in Research -- Government College of Engineering, -- Jalgoan 01 Week



Published one article in International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Science (NAAS Rating 5.38) on “Economic Viability of Red Cabbage Production under Varying Environment and Ferti-Irrigation Regimes”


Training Participants