Welcome to NSI

The Nematological Society of India (NSI) was established in 1969 (Reg. No. S/6065 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860), and its registered office is located at the Division of Nematology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, 110012, India. In order to further the science of nematology in all areas, the NSI encourages and supports nematological research, education, and extension in India. It also spreads information about nematology and how it can be used by publishing periodicals and other similar materials on a regular basis. Finally, it holds conventions to bring members and other scientists from India and other countries closer together, while also highlighting and advising authors. The NSI has been nurturing science and the scientific community ever since its inception. The Society’s flagship journal, the Indian Journal of Nematology, started in 1971, gives scientists the opportunity to publish their research papers and popularize Indian science across the world.
The NSI is also a member of the International Federation for Nematological Societies (IFNS). The President and the General Secretary of Society are the Councillors of IFNS.

The Indian Journal of Nematology has been continuously published since 1971 and is a bi-annual publication of the Society committed to promoting the growth and development of the science of nematology.
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The Society has been organizing National Symposia/Conferences almost every alternate year, followed by a General Body meeting at leading centres of Nematology in different parts of India.
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Division of Nematology, LBS Centre, IARI, Pusa Campus, New Delhi-110012 Email: nematologicalsociety@yahoo.com
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OUR TEAM

Save crops from the ravages of nematodes
Dr Anil Sirohi

Dr Anil Sirohi

President
We work together to save crops
Dr Bhabesh Bhagawati

Dr Bhabesh Bhagawati

Vice President
We work together to tackle nematode problems in crops
Dr Matiyar Rahaman Khan

Dr Matiyar Rahaman Khan

General Secretary
We work together to find solutions and save beneficial nematodes in soil

Regd. No. S/6065 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860

We care for all types of nematodes, whether they are beneficial or harmful

53

IJN Volumes

2762

Articles published

3386

Total Citations

300

NSI Members