भा.कृ.अ.प. झारखण्ड - भारतीय कृषि अनुसंधान संस्थान झारखण्ड | ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute Jharkhand

Welcome to

ICAR-IARI
JHARKHAND

The present campus of the Institute is spread over an area of 1000 acres of land in village Gauria Karma. It is located about 35 km (21.75 miles) south-west of Koderma Railway Station and about 100 km (62 miles) south-west of Gaya International Airport at Sherghati Rd, Gaya, Bihar 823004. The location stands at 24.280 N and 85.360 E, the height above mean sea level being 387.51 metres (1271.36 feet). It is situated at 45 km away from ICAR NRRI, Central Rainfed Upland Rice Research Station. The climate is Tropical with the avg. annual high temperature of 30.2ºC (86.36ºF) and annual low temperature of 21.14ºC (70.05ºF). Average annual precipitation is 54.08mm (2.13in) with warmest month of May (39.25ºC/102.65ºF), coldest month of January (12.86ºC/ 55.15ºF), wettest month of August (168.7mm/6.64in) and driest month of November (1.58mm / 0.06in). ICAR-IARI Jharkhand is running its academic programme as PG outreach institute under Post Graduate School, IARI New Delhi from 2015-16. The Institute is running its academicprogramme with 14 disciplines. The institute is having facility of smart and virtual classroom for attending online classes, library, study room with computer facility, laboratories, dedicated FOSU unit, large agri-cum-horticulture farm area, outdoor game facility, guest house etc. The institute is soon to be capable of accommodating undergraduate and postgraduate students in under construction boys (174 rooms) and girls (150 rooms) hostels. 
  •  Staff Quarters 
  •  Hostel 
  •  Guest House

Staff Quarters

Residential quarters are maintained within campus for Director, Scientists, Administrative and technical Staffs.

Quarter Type

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Director's residence

1

Type VI

2

Type V

2

Type IV

4

Type III

8

Type II

8

 

Hostel

IARI is a fully residential campus for the students. Institute has two hostels one for Boys (Kadamb Hostel) and one for Girls (Mahua Hostel). These are spacious, well furnished hostels. Apart from hygienic foods, hostels provide recreational facilities including TVs, indoor games, reading rooms etc. Each hostel has its own wardens, a member of faculty who administers the hostels. Students who are given admission in the hostel are required to join the mess. The mess offers simple meals at moderate rates which may vary from time to time depending on the cost of the meals served. Hostel residents are expected to observe the rules and regulations prescribed for them as well as all the requirements of corporate life and the social norms that living together demands. Failure to observe discipline or violation of rules may make a student liable to disciplinary action which may result in the withdrawal of hostel facilities besides other action which the Institute may deem fit to take against him/her.

Master of Halls of Residences: Dr Pankaj Kumar Sinha, Contact no.7903379125, 9278914348; Email: pk.manvotkarsh@gmail.com

 Incharge Boys hostel: Dr Santosh Kumar; Contact no.6306687472, Email: santosh.kumar10@icar.gov.in,  saan503@gmail.com

Incharge Girls hostel: Dr Anima Mahato, Contact no.9670086398, Email: anima.mahato87@gmail.com

Guest House


Main Gate Entrance

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Way to Admin Building

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Admin Building

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Guest House

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Residential Qtrs Type-II

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Farm Building

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