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Latest Issue, December 2023

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A multi location trial was conducted across the highlands of Southwestern (SW) Ethiopia from 2020 to 2022 during main cropping seasons to evaluate grain yield and yield related traits of food barley varieties across the different locations to identify and recommend high yielding and stable food barley varieties to farmers for large scale planting using AMMI and GGE biplot models. A total of eight food barley varieties were obtained from the Sinana Agricultural Research Center (SARC) for use in this study. Varieties were evaluated in three environments, over three growing seasons. The experiments were conducted at Dedo, Yem and Gechi districts of SW part of Ethiopia during the main cropping seasons. The experiment was laid out in RCBD with three replications. The experimental plot for each variety consisted of six rows of 2.5m length and rows were spaced 20cm apart. Spacing between rows, plots and replications 25cm, 30cm and 1m respectively. Data for all relevant agronomic traits were collected, but only plot yield data converted to t/ha was subjected to statistical analysis. The combined ANOVA showed highly significant differences (P<0.001) among E, G and GEI for grain yield. The environmental variance was more accountable (68.2%) to the total variance as compared to the genetic variance (3.16%) and the interaction variance (19.13%) for grain yield. Dedo 2022 was the highest yielding (4.1 t/ha) while Gechi 2022 was the lowest yielding (1.5 t/ha) environment. The mean grain yield of the varieties across eight environments was 3 t/ha. The GGE biplot identified two barley growing mega-environments. The first mega environment consisted of environments E5, E8, E1 with a vertex genotype T4.E6, E4, E3, E2 and E7 were found in the second mega environment with the winning genotype of T8. It was also noted that no mega-environments fell into sectors where genotype T2 and T7 were the vertex genotypes, did not fit in any of the mega-environments. According to both AMMI and GGE biplot analysis, food barley varieties T3, T7 and T5 were found to be benchmarks/ideal genotypes and could be used as checks to evaluate the performance of other genotypes and also can be recommended for wider cultivation in the highland environments of Southwestern Ethiopia.


Twelve bread wheat varieties were evaluated across three environments during two main cropping seasons (2021 and 2022) at the highlands of Southwestern part of Ethiopia. The objectives of the study were to estimate the magnitude and nature of GEI for grain yield and to determine yield stability of wheat varieties in the highland areas of southwestern part of Ethiopia. The study was conducted using a randomized complete block design with three replications. The result of the combined ANOVA for grain yield revealed highly significant (P≤0.001) difference among environment (E) genotype (G) and GEI. Environment explained 77.6% of the total variation, whereas G and GEI explained 3.87% and 10.57% of the total variation, respectively. The magnitude of the environment was many times greater than the genotype, implying that most of the variation in grain yield was due to the environment. Based on the combined ANOVA over locations, the mean grain yield of environments ranged from 2tha-1 at Gechi 2021 to 5.8t ha-1 at Dedo2022. The highest yield was harvested from variety Danda’a (4.6t ha-1), while the lowest was from Ogolocho (3.5t ha-1) and the average grain yield of varieties was 3.8t ha-1. Based on the GGE biplot analysis different wheat growing environments were grouped into three mega-environments. The first mega environment includes Gechi 2022, the second mega environment includes Dedo 2022, Gechi 2021 and Yem 2021 and third mega environment includes Yem 2022 and Dedo 2021 with the winner varieties of Ogolocho, Daka and Danda’a respectively. Even though, the wheat variety ETBW9089 not winner variety in the mega-environmnet, but showed consistent performance across locations. Variety Danda’a and ETBW9089 can be recommended for wider cultivation due to better grain yield and stability performance across the test environments in the highlands of southwestern areas of Ethiopia.


Libraries are essential to expanding our knowledge. Libraries function in a digital world these days. E-resources contribute to the growth of knowledge. OPACs facilitate easy access to library resources. Electronic resources have the potential to significantly influence our future as technology develops further. A standardized questionnaire was employed by the researcher to collect data from the faculty members and students. 136 valid responses were received out of 167 surveys that were distributed, yielding an 81% response rate. In this investigation, a random sample method was applied. The obtained data was examined using Excel software. Of the sample size used in this study, 89 (65.4%) are students and 47 (34.6%) are faculty members. The majority of the faculty members and students are aware about the e-resources 101(74.3%). Majority of the faculty members and students are used e-learning materials for their needs and purposes 95(69.9%). Majority of the faculty members and students are used e-resources to keep their knowledge in the current situations 32(23.5%). The majority of the faculty members and students are used the e-resources in daily basis 69(50.7%). The majority of the faculty members and students are fully satisfied while using the e-resources 70 (51.4%). The research paper clearly deals with the Utilization and Awareness of Electronic Resources among the Faculty Members and Students in the KSR Institute for Engineering and Technology, Tiruchengode: A Case Study.


“Gender discrimination”, rather I would say awareness for society. This is a very sensitive topic. As a citizen of our nation we always have that urge to be responsible and to behave in a beholden manner in each and every matter that has been inter-connected or co-related with the values and sensitivity of our society, in which we live. This research paper is a small contribution to pinpoint the significance of ‘Gender’. When we say ‘Gender’ it covers all types of people including ‘Males’, ‘Females’, ‘Transgender’, ‘Lesbians’ and ‘Gays’. One need to understand and eradicate those gaps by stop differenciating between the categories as mentioned above. The prime objective of vanishing this practice is to start providing equal rights and opportunities to all genders. Owing with the same motive, let’s see various other unknown facts wherein gender discrimination were on the hike.
Gender Misandry, can be cause due to many reasons. One such reason is related to the communication. Most of the individuals face this issue because of the communication gap that they have amongst their parents and them. During the growing process of a child, it’s a prime rationale of their parents to first make them understand about the concept ‘Sex education’. It’s a two way process. ‘Males’ should be guided in that appropriate manner and so as the female. Also, because here we are discussing about all the category of gender, we cannot forget to mention the LGBTQ communities. They are a part of society and yes they should be treated with all such equal opportunities.


Dr.M.Ganesamoorthy, Dr.A.M.Venkatachalam, P.Selvakamal, C.Anneruth

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