Government Institutes

The government of Madhya Pradesh has set up several Government institutes in the city of Jabalpur. Research based studies are conducted in the popular Jabalpur Government institutes.

The State Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur works under the aegis of the Forest Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh. The institute is dedicated to formulating research-based methods for conservation and preservation of the forest regions in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

The National Research Center for Weed Science, Jabalpur was set up in 1989. The institute was established as a nodal center that works under the aegis of the ICAR. The institute is dedicated to the study of methods for management of weeds. This Government institute at Jabalpur is also responsible for coordinating the activities of the All India Coordinated Research Program (AICRP) on Weed Control.

Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur is another premier government institutes in Jabalpur. The institute was established in April 1988 under the aegis of the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education. Situated on the banks of Gour River, the institute is dedicated to research based study of the tropical forest of central India.

The government of Madhya Pradesh has supported the functions of the government institutes of Jabalpur. It has also aided in the growth of infrastructure of the institutes to facilitate them in their research and study.

The following are the links to the Government institutes in Jabalpur:

Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012



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