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The much awaited website is live now

Chander Mohan
Chander Mohan

The Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding has launched its own website during the 9th Executive Council meeting, which was held on 6th October 2017. The website was inaugurated by Dr. J. S. Sandhu, President, ISGPB. The other esteemed ISGPB members in the meeting were Dr. K. P. Vishwanatha, Vice President, Dr. S.M.S. Tomar, Editor, Dr. Sanjay Singh, Secretary, Dr. P.K. Singh, Treasurer, Dr. Naveen Singh, Councilor North Zone, Dr. N.S. Barua, Councilor, East Zone, and Dr. M.P. Deshmukh, Councilor, West Zone. The website can be easily accessed at www.isgpb.org. This is an accomplishment of the past year's agenda of the Executive Council meeting. This is one of the significant achievements and Krishi Jagran convey our heartiest congratulate all the members of this prestigious society.

Dr. J S Sindhu accessing the website

Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding, the oldest and most prestigious registered society of practicising Geneticists and Plant Breeders from public and private institutions and the students pursuing Genetics and Plant Breeding disciplines, has a vital role to play in fostering the progress of Science of Genetics and Plant Breeding in the country. The Society has continually expanded and has now on its roll, more than 2000 members from India and abroad which include more than 900 Life Members. Society has 45 foreign members and 14 Honorary Fellows. The society was founded 60 years ago and has been keeping itself abreast with the latest research in the area of Genetics and Plant Breeding by encouraging active integration among its members through topical seminar/symposia to bring about the awareness among its members and the public at large.

The Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding is a periodical for the publication of records of original research in all branches of genetics, plant breeding, and cytology, including human genetics, molecular biology and biotechnology, and other cognate sciences of sufficient importance and of such a character as to be of primary interest to the geneticist and plant breeders.

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