A simple and quick way to connect with your fellow passouts across the world.
See what other Alumni have to say about this network!
Being an RA makes more sense, when you have the active network on internet and an
Alumni Network social platform offers a great ladder, to advance professional network, learn
from your passed out Alumni and be a part of various events, on research going on in
different part of the world.
Alumni Network offers exclusive opportunity, to meet distant alumni virtually and get
connected globally, at the same platform. In addition, to an increase in my contact list
expansion of professional network, I am able to collaborate well with the ongoing research
and development in Indian agricultural universities.
It’s great to have a platform like, “Alumni Network”, for communication and collaboration
between fellow Alumni. Being a part of this feels great and event notifications, brings a good
opportunity, to interact well with faculty’s students & placement officers, in the close social
Creating an engaged, supportive alumni network is crucial to an institution’s success. If communication stops once graduates leave an institution, their understanding of the university will become stale. Instead, they should be kept informed so they can remain engaged and keep abreast on the progress of the university.
Good alumni relationships bring many benefits to both the institution and the alumni. Here we speak to HE professionals who work in Alumni Relations about the benefits of maintaining an engaged alumni network and how the market is changing.
The journey of Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), popularly known as Pusa Institute, began in 1905 at Pusa (Bihar) with the generous grant of 30,000 pounds from an American philanthropist, Mr. Henry Phipps. The institute was then known as Agricultural Research Institute (ARI) which functioned with five departments, namely Agriculture, Cattle Breeding, Chemistry, Economic Botany and Mycology. Bacteriology unit was added in 1907. The name of ARI was changed to Imperial Institute of Agricultural Research in 1911 and, in 1919 it was renamed as Imperial Agricultural Research Institute. Following a devastating earth quake on 15th January 1934, the institute was shifted to Delhi on 29th July 1936. Post independence, the institute has been renamed as Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI).