Centre for High Altitude Biology at Ribling
Scientist
Biodiversity Conservation and Management, Ecology
Ph.D.

ICAR-NET Forestry-2003,2007,Researcher (sponsored by World Pheasant Association, New Delhi), JRF/SRF (sponsored by MOEF&CC New Delhi), Research Associate (sponsored by ICAR-NAIP New Delhi, & CSIR 12th FYP New Delhi) 

In nature, rapid decrease in the populations of RET  and economically important medicinal and aromatic plant species were recorded.  Under continuous increasing demand and lesser supply to the pharmaceutical industries, it is our priority concern to initiate ex-situ conservation and cultivation practices not much attempted so far from the Cold Desert areas in India.  

·   Ecological studies of high altitude important targeted species, populations and ecosystems

·   Introduction/Domestication of important plant bioresources (RET and economically important plant) in the farmers field/CeHAB farm of high altitude region in the Cold desert area of Himachal Pradesh

 

·Conservatory (Field Gene-bank, In-situ and Ex-situ conservation) of high altitude plants; mass multiplication with a mission target to convert  RET plants into Non-RET, and their value addition 

Research Team:

·      Mr. Mohit Kashyap (Project Assistant-II), Mr. Priyabrat (Project Assistant -I), Mr. Anuj Kaushik (Project Assistant-I), All field staffs at CeHAB

·      All visiting faculties staff (Scientist, Technical, Non-technical) of CSIR-IHBT Palampur to CeHAB Ribling, Lahaul-Spiti (HP) India

pan>Introduction/Domestication of important plant bioresources (RET and economically important plant) in the farmers field/CeHAB farm of high altitude region in the Cold desert area of Himachal Pradesh

 

 

·Conservatory (Field Gene-bank, In-situ and Ex-situ conservation) of high altitude plants; mass multiplication with a mission target to convert  RET plants into Non-RET, and their value addition 

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