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Mundkur Memorial Award- Awardees

   S.No.

Year

Name

Title of lecture

  1.  

1963

Dr. J.F. Dastur

A rambling· talk on Mycology and Mycologists in India

  1.  

1964

Dr. M.J. Narasimhan                 

Study of heteroecious life cycles of rusts in India

  1.  

1966

Dr. K.D. Bagchee

Forest pathology in Jammu & Kashmir

  1.  

1967

Dr. R.K. Saksena 

The soil fungi-a biological appraisal

  1.  

1968

Dr. P.R. White 

Tissue culture in the service of plant pathology

  1.  

1969

Dr. S.N. Dasgupta 

Changing concepts of phytopathogenicity

  1.  

1970

Dr. R.N. Tandon

Certain problems of post harvest diseases of fruits and vegetables

  1.  

1971

Dr. P.R. Mehta

Role of fungicides in modernising agriculture in India

  1.  

1972

Dr. M.J. Thirumulachar

Yeasts and yeast phases of fungi pathogenic tohumans, animals and plants

  1.  

1973

Dr. S.P. Raychaudhuri

Seed pathology in relation to plant quarantineand seed industry of india

  1.  

1974

Dr. R. Prasada

Some experiences as a plant pathologist

  1.  

1975

Dr. R.S. Vasudeva

A lecture in memory of Professor Bhalchandra Bhavanishankar Mundkur

  1.  

1976

Dr. S. Sinha

Expanding horizon of microbial aerobiology

  1.  

1977

Dr. H. K. Saksena

Reminiscences and observations on the growth of plant pathology in India

  1.  

1978

Dr. M.S. Pavgi

some notable contributions to studies in mycology

  1.  

1979

Dr. M.R.S. Iyengar

Antibiotics in plant disease control-an overview of trendsand needs

  1.  

1980

Dr. B.L. Chona

Red rot of sugarcane and sugar industry-a review

  1.  

1981

Dr. Abrar M. Khan

certain biotic factors influencing pathogenicity in nematodes

  1.  

1982

Dr. H.C. Govindu

Green revolution-its impact on plant diseases with special reference to cereals and millets

  1.  

1983

Dr. D.N. Srivastava

Fifty years of Plant Pathology in India -  Current research priorities

  1.  

1984

Dr. C.V. Subramanian

Fusaria and fusarioses -  a century of progress

  1.  

1985

Dr. B.M. Gupta

Development in antiviral chemotherapeutic research

  1.  

1986

Dr. K.S. Bilgrami

Fungal toxins-their dimensions and definitions

  1.  

1987

Dr. K.S. Bhargava

Education and training of a plant virologist

  1.  

1988

Dr. G. Rangaswami

Soil-plant-microbe inter-relationships

  1.  

1989

Dr. A.P. Misra

Recent trends of researches in graminicolous Helminthosporia

  1.  

1990

Dr. Kishan Singh

Red rot of sugarcane in India and its management

  1.  

1991

Dr. Anupam Varma

Biology of whitefly transmitted geminivirus in India

  1.  

1992

Dr. J.P. Varma

Emerging problems in plant bacteriology

  1.  

1993

Dr. S.M. Paul Khurana

Immunogidiagonsis of plant viruses with special reference to viruses

  1.  

1994

Dr. M.M. Payak

Cytology, Life Cycles and Spore Development Indian Rust Fungi (Urediniomycetes)

  1.  

1995

Dr. C.D. Mayee

Current status and future approaches for management of groundnut diseases in India

  1.  

1996

Dr. Dinesh Kumar

Synecological microbe activation 

  1.  

1997

Dr. V.N. Pathak

Post-harvest Fruit Pathology - Present Status and Future Possibilities

  1.  

1998

Dr. G.S. Shekhawat

Diseases and pest management in potato- An Indian experience 

  1.  

1999

Dr. P.K. Koshy

Root (wilt) disease of coconut

  1.  

2000

Dr. K.H. Anahosur

Integrated management of potato Sclerotium wilt caused by Sclerotium rolfsii

  1.  

2001

Dr. S.S. Chahal

Epidemiology and management of two cereal bunts

  1.  

2002

Dr. Y.R. Sarma

Phytophthoras of Horticultural/Plantation Crops with specific reference to Black Pepper Phytophthora and Disease Management

  1.  

2003

Dr. V. Raghunathan

Could not delivered

  1. .

2004

Dr. H. Shekara Shetty

Genetic diversity in Sclerospora graminicola –The incitant of pearl millet downy mildew disease

  1.  

2005

Dr. M.N. Khare

Lentil Rust: Biology, Epidemiology and Management

  1.  

2006

Dr. K.N. Bhagbati

Present scenario of virus and virus like diseases of crop plants

  1.  

2007

Dr. G. Bagyanarayana

The diversity of rust fungi of India - An overview

  1.  

2008

Dr. C. Manoharachary

Biodiversity, taxonomy, conservation, ecologyand utilization of freshwater aquatic fungifrom India

  1.  

2009

Dr. R.K. Khetarpal

Regulatory Plant Pathology in India and its Role in Ensuring Agricultural Biosecurity

  1.  

2010

Dr. K. Murlidharan

How do we precisely estimate yield losses inflicted by plant diseases?

  1.  

2011

Dr. V. Prakasam

Current scenario of mushroom research in India

  1.  

2012

Dr. R.K. Jain

Molecular Diagnostics-Need of the Hour

  1.  

2013

Dr. T.R. Sharma

Decoding plant genomes for mining disease resistance genes

  1.  

2014

Dr. M.K. Reddy

Phylogeography and molecular evolution of begomoviruses infecting okra

  1.  

2015

Dr. H.B. Singh

Seed biopriming: A Comprehensive Approach towards Agricultural Sustainability

  1.  

2016

Dr. S.V. Ngachan

Diversity of plant pathogens and hyperparasites in northeast India

  1.  

2017

Dr. P.K. Chakrabarty

Strategic Management of Plant Diseases to Ensure Crop Biosecurity

  1.  

2018

Dr. M.R. Khan