• AIASA is a professional society of present and former students in the field of Agriculture, Veterinary, Dairy, Horticulture, Fisheries, Forestry, Home science, Sericulture, ABM and other allied sciences, registered under Societies Registration act 1860.

  • The Society was formally launched on 10th May, 2011 by the then Hon’ble Union Minister of state for Agriculture during the All India Convention on Agricultural Administrative Reforms and the website was launched by the Hon’ble Union minister of agriculture.

  • The Society was registered on 1st Dec 2011 under the Societies Registration act 1860, with the approval of Ministry of Agriculture, ICAR and Ministry of Consumer affairs. Down the course of time, the drift between the technical work force and bureaucracy has increased abysmally harming the cause of farming sector and farmers at the national and state level.

  • Policy making in agriculture has been largely limited to subsidies and loan disbursement, with negligible component of science in it. AIASA envisions a common platform where Agriculturists and Bureaucrats will work together for the Indian agriculture - with a “Right person at Right place” mode, to promote more application of science which is often left back. AIASA is established with the prime motto to bridge the drift and strengthen the voice of the agriculturalists, veterinarians, fishery experts and personnel of all allied fields at national and respective state level.

  • AIASA advocates and fights the long pending issue of creation of the All India Cadre of “Indian Agriculture Service” for appointment of right person at the right place. Grant of professional status to agriculture sector at par with other professions is also a prime demand of time for better job opportunities and career advancement of the personnel serving the primary sector.


  • To promote National Integration, Patriotism, Communal Harmony with the development of leadership among members

  • To facilitate and foster the bond between the students & professionals (Teachers, Scientists, Technical officials and Farmers).

  • Professional status to Agriculture sector and to establish Agriculture council of India (ACI) with need based administrative reforms.

  • Creation of Central/Indian Agriculture Services.

  • Granting UPSC status to ASRB for recruitment under Indian Agriculture Services.

  • To make efforts for improving the job opportunities by having specialized cadre for agriculture services in center & state.

  • Introduction of Agriculture course in CBSE, ICSE and state boards at school levels.

  • Granting Fellowship to Agricos on par with UGC, CSIR, DSTetc. fellowships.

  • To represent the students in National and International policy making body.

  • To eradicate bureaucratic interference and corruption at all the levels and strive for introducing transparent system.

  • To find out immediate solution for all problems which may jeopardize the common interest of the members by meeting, discussion and other democratic ways to the concerned authorities and act as a communicator to authorities/govt including conservation & judicious use of natural resources. 

  • To make effort and convince the higher authority for restructuring the entire agricultural administrative system/set up at par with other professions.


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  • Sensitized   the   agriculture   communities   specially   youth   by   conducting   60 workshops in various SAUs/CAUs and other institutions including National Youth Convention (1st  NYC) on ARYA on 16.1.2016 and 2nd  NYC 2017 at Raichur, 3rd NYC 2018 at AAU-Jorhat, 4th  NYC 2019 at JNKVV-Jabalpur, 5th    NYC 2020 at IGKV-Raipur

  • Supported    State    government    by    submitting    Policy    Paper    on   agriculture administrative reforms to State Government, Telangana during 2014.

  • Successful in stopping agriculture diploma courses by private colleges in Andhra Pradesh

  • DD Kisan channel launched by the GoI on the initiative of AIASA.

  • Persuaded central Government for allowing GM trials.

  • Price Stabilization fund established based on the issues raised by AIASA.

  • Successful in resolving eligibility issues of Professional agriculture graduates in Kerala during 2015.

  • Successful in enhancing Veterinary student’s internship during 2016 in the State of Gujarat.

  • Persuaded  DST  to  restore  the  eligibility  of  agriculture  degree  for  DST  INSPIRE fellowship (by grouping of divisions to ensure minimum eligibility) during 2015.

  • JRF, SRF, NTS, RAWE fellowship increased and Postdoc fellowship initiated by ICAR.

  • Two more IARI sanctioned at Jharkhand (Ranchi) & Assam on the issues raised by AIASA to have more IARI on the pattern of IITs and AIIMSs

  • Ministry  of  Finance  resolved  IBPS  issues  regarding  eligibility  of  agri  allied graduates on the Initiatives of AIASA.

  • ARYA launched

  • Successfully persuaded govt.  of Haryana  to  upgrade    pay  scale  and  grade  of Agriculture Development Officers in Haryana from Grade C to Grade A.

  • Budget of DARE/ICAR enhanced during 2016-17 budget.  AIASA raised the issues   during   Annual programme 2015-16 and thereafter with the Central Government.

  • Successful in stopping agriculture courses in distance mode in Andhra Pradesh.

  • “Professional status” granted to Agriculture and allied courses at par with medical and  engineering  vide  ICAR  Notification  dated  6th   October  2016  and  thereafter Notification issued by Ministry of Agriculture and UGC.

  • Successful in resolving vacancies issues in Agriculture Department in Karnataka during 2016.

  • KVKs employees pay anomalies taken up and some issues resolved.

  • Successful in re-conduct of AIEEA 2018 for fairness of justice.

  • Successful  in  getting  amendment  of  Rules  in  Karnataka  for  stopping  of  Private Educational   Institutions.   AIASA   delegation   had   interactive   meeting   with Agriculture Minister, Govt of Karnataka in resolving the matter.

  • Successful  in  releasing  pending  results  of  309  selected  candidates  for  ICAR Administrative Assistants.

  • Successful  in  providing  admission  to  agriculture  students  of  AAU-Jorhat  in Central  University-Nagaland  through  the  intervention  of  HRD  Ministry  during 2019.

  • Central Government approved the proposal for establishing National Council of Agricultural Higher Education for accreditation of higher education and Bill for the same will be introduced in the Parliament.

  • On the initiative of AIASA, Government agreed for creation of Indian Agriculture Service & DoPT given no objection.

  • Refund of admission fee to ICAR student in Himachal Pradesh by University.

  • Amendment in  the selections process for the post of Horticulture Development Officer in  the state of Himachal Pradesh by giving weight-age to the marks obtained in written examination..

  • Rescheduling of ICAR NET exam from 8th  January to 11th  January 2020 due to nationwide strike on 8th  January by various trade unions.

  • Success in recruitment of B.F.Sc. graduates in Assistant Director Post of Fisheries in Sikkim.

  • Success in recruitment of B.F.Sc. graduates in Village Fisheries Assistant post of Andhra Pradesh.

  • AIASA  conducted  Mock  test  series  on  the  pattern  on  ICAR  exams      throughout India for admission in PG during 2020.

  • AIASA-Fisheries Mock Test Series (for ICAR JRF) for all the fisheries colleges throughout India during 2020.

  • On  the  initiative  of  AIASA,  ICAR  is  looking  for  legal  process  for  creation  of Agriculture Council of India during 2020.

  • Revision in criteria for admission of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctorate degree programme in Agricultural Sciences in GBPUAT, Pantnagar during 2020.