Agricultural Research Sub-Station, Samdari (Barmer)

ARSS Samdari Barmer  Agriculture University, Jodhpur

Agricultural Research Sub Station, Samdari, Barmer is working under the jurisdiction of Agriculture University, Jodhpur. It was established in 1998 by transfer of farm from Agriculture Department, Government of Rajasthan on basis of National Commission on Agriculture recommendation. This Sub Station was established with the objective of agricultural research and seed production in Arid Western Plain Zone (1A) of Rajasthan. ARSS- Samdari is situated on main railway line from jodhpur to Barmer and Bhiladi at about 129 km from Barmer district headquarter and 80 from Jodhpur.

  • Year of Establishment : 1998
  • Zone :
    • Zone I A (Arid Western Plains )
  • Aims and Objectives :
    • to develop cost effective technology, high yielding varieties along with addressing the conservation of natural resources of soil, water and vegetation by researches conducted at different locations under varied agro-climatic conditions.


Institutional area 0.5 ha
Farm land 28.25 ha
Administrative Building/ Block/Space 74 M2
Class Room and laboratories -
Student Hostel for men and women -
Institutional farm 18.0 ha
Green House -
Farm Power, Farm Machines and Equipment and Irrigation Infrastructure Tractor-1, Disc plough-1, Seed/fert drill-1
Facilities for sports, games, cultural and literary activities. -
Any other important facility Residential Qtrs 01 Nos (144 M2), Storage 01 (85.09 M2), Thressing floor 01 (540 M2)
Adoption of ICAR Norms and deviations, if any Yes

Staff of Research Stations

S.No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Ramdev Sutaliya Associate Professor (Agronomy)


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