2nd day of NSS special camp by final year students of B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. was started at Shainpally village, Bijinapally Mandal, Nagarkurnool district on 7th September, 2019. Associate Dean, Dr. P. Raghu Rami Reddy along with staff, K. Rahul Viswakarma, Asst. Professor (Ento.), Dr. T. Yella Goud, Asst. Professor (Path.), Dr. T. Archana, Asst. Professor (Aext) & village adoption convener, J. Veeranna, Asst. Professor (Aeng.) & NSS officer, Dr. K. Charan Teja, Asst. Professor (Agro.) & NSS Programme officer, Village Sarpanch Smt. A. Avanthi, other elected representatives and AEO of the mandal Sri. Fareed Khan participated in the programme. Dr. K. Charan Teja, NSS officer briefed the gathering about the programme. He mentioned about the current growth stages of different crops in the village. Later, farmers requested recommendation for several pest problems in rice, cotton, maize and castor. Then, Associate Dean, Dr. P. Raghu Rami Reddy thoroughly explained about the nutrient management practices to be followed in cotton. He urged the farmers to reduce the over usage of complex fertilizers and pesticides in the crops. Then, he informed about the strategies to be taken for the control of pink boll worm in cotton, boll shedding and importance of foliar nutrition in cotton. He also explained about control measures for rice stem borer & blast, multiple cob or rabbit ear formation in maize and reddening in cotton plants. Sri. K. Rahul Viswakarma suggested integrated pest management practices to be followed in cotton & rice. He also requested the farmers to reduce the over usage of pesticides. Later Associate Dean inaugurated the farmers exhibition organized by the final year students. He thoroughly visited all the exhibited models prepared by the students and appreciated their efforts. More than 250 high school students and 70 farmers have utilized the opportunity and visited all the exhibit models. A field visit was also organized to the farmers to diagnose the problems present in rice and cotton crops. Er. J. Veeranna, NSS programme officer thanked all the members for participating in the programme. Finally, a rally was conducted by students and staff on Swacch Bharath to create awareness on the importance of maintaining clean and hygienic surroundings in the village.