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About Kritagya

KRI-TA-GYA explains, KRI for Krishi (Agriculture), TA for Taknik (Technology) and GYA for Gyan (Knowledge). This event will give an opportunity to the students / faculties / entrepreneurs / innovators and others to showcase their innovative approaches & technology solutions to promote farm mechanization in India. Such initiatives under NAHEP along with Agricultural Engineering. Division of ICAR will also help in enhancing the learning capabilities, innovations and disruptive solutions, employability and entrepreneurial drive in FM sector, and hence will boost the Mechanisation level in country.   Read More


  • All screening of the concept entries will be done at initial stage, followed by zonal level evaluation of screened ideas through technical presentation
  • From each zone, 3 winners will be selected for the national round
  • Zonal level winners will get mentorship support from the domain experts to better prepare for the National round
  • Winners from the zone level event, will be felicitated with Appreciation certificates


  • The zonal level winners under this round will make technical presentation before the national level committee and 3 winners will be selected as National Level winners
  • Winners from the national level event, will be felicitated with cash prize and citations with participation certificate
  • In addition to cash prizes, winners will also get an opportunity for protype fabrication of the concept at CIAE, Bhopal. Linkage opportunities with MSMEs will also be explored for technology commercialization



  • Women friendly equipment for small farm operations
  • Automatic transplanter/seeder for wetland paddy
  • Automatic weeder for new crops
  • Robotic harvesting of coconut/oil palm
  • Selective Harvesting of physiologically matured tree fruits
  • On-the-go measurement of soil qualities and precision apllication of fertilizers
  • Device for contactless determination of biotic stresses to crops
  • Harvesting of vegetables in multiple picking
  • Cotton picking for Indian conditions
  • Crop residue handling, storage and management
  • Automatic vegetable transplanter
  • Yield determination without crop cutting or crop harvesting
  • Real time detection of plant diseases and simultaneous site-specific application of pesticides
  • Solar/hybrid power tractor/prime movers for farm cultivation operation

You Can Win

1st Prize

INR 5,00,000

2nd Prize

INR 3,00,000

3rd Prize

INR 1,00,000

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National Agricultural Higher Education Project
Krishi Anusandhan Bhawan - II,
New Delhi - 110 012 INDIA



Indian Council of Agricultural Research
Krishi Bhavan, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road,
New Delhi-110 001 INDIA


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