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Hon’ble MOS, MoEFCC

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Secretary, MoEFCC

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Learning is eternal. But what we learn at what point in time is most important to us. In the changing scenario both in India and the world, bringing the positive transformation in what we learn is also critical. The traditional models of development thinking have changed owing...... Read More

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Community Reach

Institute conducts various Training, Workshop, Demonstration and Events regularly for helping the community and Stake holders

Facilities

Facilities are available for Researchers / Scientist / Scholars to carry out their Research and Development Work.

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Recent Pubications

6 Jan 2023 -7 Jan 2023

6th Monitoring and Evaluation workshop of National Mission on Himalayan Studies held at Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun, Uttarakhand.

The workshop was organized under the chairpersonship of Ms. Nameeta Prasad, Joint Secretary, MoEFCC

30 Sep 2022

संस्थान द्वारा हिन्दी भाषा के प्रचार प्रसार हेतु एक दिवसीय कार्यशाला का आयोजन किया गया

कार्यशाला के दौरान, प्रो. जे.एस. बिष्ट (विभागाध्यक्ष -हिंदी एवं शोध निदेशक, सोबन सिंह जीना विश्वविद्यालय,अल्मोड़ा) द्वारा व्याख्यान दिया गया

10 Sep 2022

Institute celebrated its 28th Annual Day on 10 Sep, 2022.

Shri Subodh Uniyal, Hon'ble Minister, Forest and Technical Education, Govt. of Uttarakhand participated in the Annual Day as Special Guest.

11 Aug 2022 -12 Aug 2022

Institute conducted its 29th Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting 2022 at Head Quarter

Meeting was hosted under the chairmanship of Dr. Eklabya Sharma

3 Aug 2022

Institute organized 1st Popular Lecture to honour the contribution of Dr. Uppeandra Dhar, Former Director, GBPNIHE

Popular Lecture was delivered by Dr. Gopal Singh Rawat, Former Director, Wildlife Institute of India

2 Aug 2022

Institute conducted its 23rd Meeting of G.B. Pant Society of Himalayan Environment and Development on 2 Aug 2022

The meeting was proceeded under dignified presence of Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Hon'ble Minister of State, Environment, Forest & Climate Change

21 Jun 2022

Institute organized a Yoga Session on the occasion of International Yoga Day 2022

A session on meditation was also organized by Sahaj Yoga Team

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Site Visit by Researchers

Assessment of plant diversity of alpine region(Byans Valley, Pithoragarh) by Research Scholars of GBPNIHE (Ht. 3700 m.)

Sampling at Rumtse, Ladakh by Research Scholars of GBPNIHE (Ht. 5200 m.)

Permafrost sampling at Warila top, Ladakh by Research Scholars of GBPNIHE (Ht. 5322 m.)

Rudraprayag Highway, Chamoli Geological field work by Research Scholars of GBPNIHE (Ht. 2800 m.)

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Our Publications

Institute publishes its Annual Reports every year.Through this report institute disseminate information regarding its research work, projects, expenditure and much more.

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Annual Reports 2019-20

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Annual Reports 2018-19

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Annual Reports 2017-18

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Several books has been published by the institute since its foundation covering major aspects of IHR - Spring Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Medicinal Plants, Climate Change, Village Model and much more

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Doubling Farmers’ Income In a Village Cluster of Uttarakhand

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Subject Expert database of Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) of Faculty of IHR -Universities (Volume I)

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Subject Expert database of Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) of Faculty of IHR -R&D Institutions (Volume II)

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Envis Himalayan Ecology - Lifestyle for Environment ( Vol. 19 (2) )

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Envis Himalayan Ecology - Birds: An integral part of our life and nature ( Vol. 19 (1) )

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Him Prabha Volume -11, 2020

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Sangju Vol. 7(II) 2020

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Envis Himalayan Ecology - Timberline ( Vol. 18 (4) )

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Institute's Timeline

  • Almora

    Foundation

    1988

  • Garhwal Regional Centre

    1988

  • Sikkim Regional Centre

    1988

  • North-East Regional Centre

    1989

  • Himachal Regional Centre

    1992

  • Montain Division

    2012

  • Ladakh Regional Centre

    2019

Head Quarters

GBPNIHE was established in 1988, the birth centenary year of Bharat Ratna Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant as an autonomous Institute of the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC), Govt. of India. The R&D activities of the Institute are multi-disciplinary in nature and revolve around 4 thematic centre namely Centre for Land & Water Resource Management, Centre for Biodiversity Consveration and Management, Centre for Socio Economic Development & Centre for Environmental Assessment & Climate Change and executed in a decentralized manner through its HQs(Kosi-Katarmal, Almora, Uttarakhand), and five regional centre, viz., Northeast RC (Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh), Sikkim RC (Pangthang, Sikkim), Garhwal RC (Srinagar Garhwal), Himachal RC (Mohal-Kullu, H.P.), Ladakh RC (Ladakh-Leh,UT) spread across the IHR, and a Mountain Division that functions from MoEF&CC, New Delhi

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Garhwal Regional Centre

Established in 1988 along with the foundation of the Institute at Srinar-Garhwal (Uttarakhand) . Garhwal Regional Centre have several priorities such as Integrated NRM strategies for sustainable tourism, Land based models using multipurpose species and community participation, Technology demonstration and training

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North-East Regional Centre

North-East Centre established was set up in the year 1989 and started functioning from Chuchuyimlang, Mokokchung in Nagaland. In 1997, the Unit was shifted to Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh and since then, the Unit has been meaningfully contributing to the cause of conservation and development of the entire NE region, which is known for its rich diversity, be it biological, socio-cultural, linguistic or ethnic. Some of the important research activities are based on People-centered land use models for shifting cultivation areas, , Indigenous knowledge systems and natural resource management options for tribal communities, Biodiversity conservation through community conserved areas, Appropriate low-cost technologies for improved livelihood

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Himachal Regional Centre

Established on 1992 at Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh state. Some of key activities of the centre are Biodiversity studies in protected areas and ex situ maintenance of medicinal plants, Carrying capacity assessment and ambient air quality monitoring, Environment impact assessment/ strategic environmental assessment of hydropower and solid waste management, Climate change vulnerability assessment

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Sikkim Regional Centre

Established in 1988 at Gangtok, Sikkim. Following are the major domain in which Sikkim Regional Centre works - Biodiversity conservation studies in Khangchendzonga Landscape and other sensitive areas with a focus on human dimension Geo-environmental assessment of land hazards and mitigation strategies, Human dimension studies in conservation areas, Biotechnological applications for conservation of Rhododendron species

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Mountain Division

Moutain Division was founded on 2012 at MoEFCC, New Delhi with major objectives such as Sustainable and integrated development of mountain ecosystems, Highlighting mountain issues and bringing mountain regions in the main stream of development, Fostering upstream and downstream linkages between regions through mutual dependence based policy and planning, Recognition and awareness regarding dependence of nonmountain ecosystems on mountains, Development of a framework of incentives for providers of ecosystem services

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Ladakh Regional Centre

Ladakh Regional Centre in among the newest regional centre of the Institute in the Indian Himalayan Region.The centre was established on December 2019 to ensure NIHE’s research and development outreach in Trans-Himalayan Landscape ofnewly created Union Territory of Ladakh.

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