Nematological Society of India
Member Society of the IFNS

The Nematological Society of India (NSI) was established in 1969. Presently, the Society has almost 400 members in India and abroad. Drs. D.J. Raski, A.R. Seshadri, Gopal Swarup, C.L. Sethi and M.S. Jairajpuri are Honorary Fellows of the NSI.

IFNS Councilor
Dr. Pankaj Nema
Dr. Pankaj Singh
Principal Scientist and General secretary (NSI)
Room No. 332, Molecular Nematology Laboratory
Division of Nematology
New Delhi – 110 012. (INDIA)
Tel: +91 011-25846626
Mobile: 09868843554
President and IFNS Councilor
Dr. Bansa Singh
Dr. Bansa Singh
Principal Scientist and Head, Division of Crop Protection at Indian Institute of Pulses Research
KANPUR (Uttar Pradesh), India.


A biennial symposium is held by NSI.

The Nematological Society of India is organizing the “National Conference on Innovations in Nematological Research for Agricultural Sustainability – Challenges and A Roadmap Ahead” during 23 -25 February, 2010, at the Department of Nematology, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India.
For details, see the linked brochure, and also visit the NSI website:  http://nematology.in

The Nematological Society of India organised the symposium on ‘Nematology in 21st Century: Emerging Paradigms’ at Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, Assam, India during 22-23 November 2007.


The Indian Journal of Nematology (ISSN 0303-6960) was launched in 1971 and is published twice yearly by the society. It has recently undergone a revamp in layout style.


Annual membership and subscription rates:

The membership fee (for bonafide researchers from India) is Rs. 600 per year + Rs 50 for one time registration. The journal is sent free to members in good standing. For others the annual subscription is Rs. 3000 within India. Overseas Subscription charges are US $ 200 + postage (for print) and US$ 250 + postage (for online+print). Subscription for ICAR Institutes, SAU Libraries and Non-profit organizations of India is Rs. 2000 per year.