The Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany is situated in Lucknow. The institute was founded in the year 1946 and is an outcome of the vision of ace paleobotanist Birbal Sahni who has various achievement to his credit.
The Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany is situated in Lucknow. The institute was founded in the year 1946 and is an outcome of the vision of ace paleobotanist
Birbal Sahni who has various achievement to his credit. Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany also called BSIP is an autonomous institution. The institute is under the direct control of Department of science and technology, Government of India. Here at the institute fundamental and applied aspects of the fossil research are studied at length.
As far as aims and objectives of this organization are concerned this premier institution in India focusses on palaeobotanical researches in a combination of plants and earth. To conduct this researches the institute is equipped with modern instrumentation, and state of the art laboratories. On certain research topics the institute does have national and international collaboration to achieve the goals and objective of this institute.
Birbal Sahni institute of Paleobotany takes pain to conduct a research on palaeobotany with its botanical and geological aspects. In the course of research other aspects of paleoboatany that includes fossil fuels, vegetational dynamics, climatic modelling, In addition to this the institute is also devoted to spread the knowledge of paleobotany and making it popular to the universities and educational institutions across the country.
Due to these feature the Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany remains in news very now and often.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed in the presence of Prime Ministers of India and France during the visit Shri Narendra Modi to France, for establishing an Institute for frontier Marine Science & Technology Research in the five years.