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Central Soil Salinity Research Institute (CSSRI) is a premier research institute dedicated to pursue interdisciplinary research on salinity/ alkalinity management and use of poor quality irrigation waters in different agro-ecological zones of the country. The Govt. of India constituted an Indo-American Team to assist the Indian Council of Agricultural Research to develop a comprehensive water management programme for the country. As a follow up of these recommendations, it was decided to establish the Central Soil Salinity Research Institute under Fourth Plan period. The Institute started functioning at Hisar (Haryana) on 1st March, 1969. Later on, it was decided to shift this Institute to Karnal during October, 1969. In February 1970, the Central Rice Research Station, Canning Town, West Bengal was transferred to CSSRI, Karnal to conduct research on problems of coastal salinity. Another Regional Research Station for carrying out research on problems of inland salinity prevailing in the black soil region of western parts of the country started functioning at Anand (Gujarat) from February, 1989. Soil and Crop Management Technology Evaluation and Transfer Crop Improvement AICRP (SWS) Irrigation and Drainage Engineering Researchers Dr. R.K. Yadav (Head) Designation: Principal Scientist Dr. Ranbir Singh Designation: Principal Scientist Dr. Parveen Kumar Designation: Principal Scientis Dr. A. K. Mandal Designation: Principal Scientist Dr. A. K. Rai Designation: Principal Scientist
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Central Soil Salinity Research Institute that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.
Rakesh K Singh, Mostafa Ahmadizadeh and Naireen A Vispo