Institutional Database Bangladesh

Institute’s Name and Address

Contact e-mail Ids

Mandates/Research Areas

Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC), New Airport Road, Farmgate, Dhaka 1215,

Establish or assist in establishing research institutes, research centres, experimental stations, libraries and information centres, museums, herbaria, plant introduction centres and germplasm banks.

Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute BARI, Joydebpur,
Gazipur 1701,

Research on different aspects of horticultural crops through research centres, plant tissue culture

Bangladesh Agricultural University Campus (BAU),
Mymensingh 2202,

Plant production and protection, animal production and health, fishery and aquaculture, forestry and agroforestry,   animal and plant biotechnology.

Bangladesh Forest Research Institute (BFRI), PO Box 273, Sholoshahar,
Chittagong 4000,

Forestry and agroforestry, plant molecular biology and genetics.

Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA), P.O. Box. No. 4,
Mymemsingh 2200,

Research adopting nuclear techniques, evolution of new varieties of crops, control of disease and insect and management of pest, plant biotechnology, and molecular characterization of pathogens.

Bangladesh Jute Research Institute (BJRI), Manik Mia Avenue, Dhaka 1207,

Agricultural, technological and economic research on jute and allied fibers, plant biotechnology.

Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI), Joydebpur, Gazipur 1701,

Research on all aspects of rice, rice biotechnology.

Bangladesh Sericulture Research and Training Institute (BSRTI), Baliapukur,
Rajshahi 6100,

Technologies that would lead to significant increase in silk production, in vitro cloning, micropropagation and conservation of genetic resources of mulberry through in vitro gene bank.

Bangladesh Sugarcane Research Institute (BSRI), Ishurdi 6620, Pabna,

Development of crops/plants for the production of sugar, gur and syrup, transgenic plants.

Bangladesh Tea Research Institute (BTRI), Srimongal, Moulvibazar,


Producing high yielding and quality clones of tea, establishment of bi-and polyclonal seed orchards, conservation of genetic resources of tea, biotechnological applications.

Published on: 2010-06-18 (1783 reads)
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