National Research Centre on Equines [NRCE] was established at Hisar in the year 1986. It is a premier institute established under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research for conducting research on equine health and production. The institute also has a sub-campus at Bikaner, Rajasthan taht was created during 1989 for conducting researches for improving the technologies for optimization of reproduction and work performance of the equines. The Centre has the responsibility on generation of technologies for augmenting equine performance in order to uplift the socio-economic status of poor equine owners. The mission of the institute is to work for the overall welfare of equines, to be responsible for providing best services to the nation’s equine keepers besides researching in the frontier areas of science and technology for its application in improvement of equine health and production. The ICAR-NRCE has landmark achievements in the development of diagnostics and prophylactics for major equine diseases. It offers various graduate courses and training in the field.
Facts and Figures ofNational Research Centre on Equines [NRCE]-
Year of Establishment
Director of the Institute
Dr.. B.N. Tripathi
Institutes Under National Research Centre on Equines [NRCE]
Total Faculty Members
How to Reach
2 kms away from Sirsa Railway Station
Why to JoinNational Research Centre on Equines [NRCE]?
Research Programmes- Currently, the Centre is undertaking 24 research projects in leading areas of equine health and production including 9 externally funded projects for research on surveillance and monitoring of important equine diseases and aims at development of effective, affordable and preferably field based diagnostics against major equine diseases threatening equine health and production in India.
International Exposure- The Centre is in process of attaining OIE International Reference Laboratory status in the field of equine piroplasmosis, equine influenza and glanders by the process of twinning with international laboratories in Japan, UK and Germany.