A few words about us

KVK Ambala is a project of the Indian Council for Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

In Ambala District of Haryana State in northern India, the project is being implemented by SCHE, a non-profit organisation registered under the Societies Act.

Established in 1996, KVK Ambala is now a premier centre that seeks to improve the productivity and incomes of farmers and landless labour – and promotes the overall development of the 482 villages in the district.

KVK Ambala works in close coordination with the State Government of Haryana, district administration, village councils – and with State agricultural universities, federal research organisations, micro-credit institutions and other NGOs.

 Success Stories
Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Tepla, Ambala came into operation in the year 1996 under the administrative control
 
 Our Awards  
Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Tepla, Ambala came into operation in the year 1996 under the administrative control
 
 Current Events

Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting will be organised on 7.9.2018 at 11.00 A.M