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The IASRI (Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute) is an institute under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) with the mandate for developing new techniques for the design of agricultural experiments as well as to analyze data in agriculture. The institute is affiliated with and is located in the campus of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, a deemed university, at Pusa in New Delhi. The institute specializes in statistical techniques for animal and plant breeding. You can also become a part of this institute by getting all the necessary information related to IASRI recruitment on this page.
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Gov Job Technical Assistant
Post Name Technical Assistant No. of Vacancy 09 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs.2800 - Educational Qualification Bachelor s Degree in Agriculture or B.Sc. in Statistics Mathematical Statistics Bio 8208Statistics or B.A. in Statistics or Bachelor s Degree in Statistics or equivalent from a recognized university OR Bachelor s Degree in Agriculture or B.Sc. in Computer Applications Bachelor of Computer Applications Computer Science B. Tech in Computer Science Computer Application Information technology or equivalent qualification form a recognized university OR Bachelor s Degree in Library Science Library Information Science or equivalent qualification from a recognized university. Age Relaxation SC ST Candidates 5 Years BC Candidates 3 Years PWD Candidates 10 Years Selection Process......
Gov Job Lower Division Clerk
Post Name Lower Division Clerk No. of Vacancy 08 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5200-20200 - Grade Pay Rs.1900 - Educational Qualification 12th Class or equivalent qualifications from a recognized Board or University and A typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi on computer. Nationality Indian Age Relaxation SC ST Candidates 5 Years BC Candidates 3 Years PWD Candidates 10 Years Job Location New Delhi Selection Process Selection will be based on Written Test. Application Fee Un-Reserved UR Other Backward Class OBC candidates have to Pay Rs.500 -and Scheduled Castes SC Scheduled Tribes ST , Person with Disability PwD Women candidates are exempted from application fee. How to Apply IASRI Vacancy Interested Candidate may apply Online through the website http recruitment.iasri.res.in on......
The IASRI Institute specializes in statistical techniques for plant and animal breeding. Way back in 1930, the Imperial Council of Agricultural Research [now IASRI] had established a statistical unit to assist the State Departments of Animal Husbandry and Agriculture in planning their experiments conducted, analysis of the experimental data, interpretation of results and present advice on the formulation of the technical programmes of the Council. The unit conducted research on reliable methods for collecting yield statistics of principal food crops. In 1940, this unit was headed by Dr. P. V. Sukhatme, a Statistician who had studied in London with Jerzy Neyman, a Polish American statistician and mathematician who had spent most of his professional career at the University of California in Berkeley.
Later in 1945, ongoing research in sampling and statistics were initiated and hence, this unit was rendered as the main Statistical Branch. Through its continuous and dedicated work in the field of research and analysis, the branch gained international recognition as a centre for research and training in the field of Agricultural Statistics. Later, in 1949, the branch became the ‘Statistical Wing’ of the ‘Indian Council of Agricultural Research or ICAR’ and in 1952; it further expanded in space and technology at the recommendations of Dr. Frank Yates and Dr. D. J. Finney who were then the Food and Agricultural Organisation [FAO] experts. In 1955, the entire wing was moved to the Pusa campus and on 2nd July of 1959, the unit was renamed as the Institute of Agricultural Research Statistics or IARS.
In 1964, an MOU [Memorandum of Understanding] was signed between the IARS and the Indian Agricultural Research Institute [IARI] and thereafter courses in M. Sc. and Ph. D. degrees were offered to students in this Institute. It was one of those few Institutes to house an IBM 1620 Model - II Electronic Computer. Later, in 1970, it was conferred as a fully fledged institute under the umbrella of ICAR and on 1st January 1978, it was again renamed as the ‘Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute or IASRI’. This Institute installed a third generation computer Burroughs B-4700 system in 1977 in its new building and between 1991 and 1995, all its old computers were replaced by new networked PC systems.