Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute

Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ কৃষি গবেষণা ইনস্টিটিউট) is an autonomous organization under the Ministry of agriculture, that conducts research on all crops except rice, jute, sugarcane, and tea for which there are separate institutes. The central research station of the institute is at Joydebpur about 35 kilometres (22 mi) north of Dhaka.

Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute
Established1976 (1976)[1]
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Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute traces its origins to Dhaka farm which was established in 1908. Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute was established in 1976 as an autonomous research institute.[2] The research compound of the central station is spread over 176 hectares of land of which 126 hectares are experiment fields. The institute has established six regional research stations in six regions of Bangladesh to develop new technologies. These research stations are located at Ishwardi, Jamalpur, Jessore, Hathazari, Rahmatpur, and Akbarpur. It also has 28 research stations including three hill research stations (Khagrachari, Ramgarh and Raikhali). Besides these, BARI has seven crop research centers, four of which are at the central research station at Joydebpur.[3]

Constituent agricultural collegesEdit

Corps research centreEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c d "Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute". Banglapedia. Retrieved 21 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Background". Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute. Retrieved 3 August 2019.
  3. ^ "Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI)". Bangladesh National Portal.

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Coordinates: 24°22′09″N 88°39′42″E / 24.369122°N 88.661750°E / 24.369122; 88.661750