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Fundamental Geoscience

Mission IV: Multidisciplinary Geosciences

Fundamental Geosciences and Research
Multidisciplinary Geosciences - Reports

Fundamental Geoscience involves carrying out researches in principal branches of fundamental Geoscience viz., Petrology, Palaeontology and Geochronology & Isotope Geology and allied earth science related subjects with an aim to better understand and appreciate the earth processes. These research activities are primarily carried out at three National Centres of Excellence in Geoscience Researches (NCEGR) operating from Kolkata, Faridabad and Bangalore along with regional laboratories. These fundamental research studies go hand in hand with GSI's core activities of mapping and mineral search, & disaster management.
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VC for review meeting of Chemical Division
08/07/2020Download (475.36 KB)
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Web application and database of Rock Textures in GSI
02/06/2020Download (298.08 KB)
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Circular inviting contribution for atlas on structures and textures proposed to be published online
06/04/2020Download
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Minutes of the meeting between GSI and IMD
17/03/2020Download (244.59 KB)
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Approved nomination of officers to attend training at NIFM, Faridabad
05/03/2020Download (1.56 MB)
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Appreciation letter to GSI from Directorate of Revenue Intelligence
03/03/2020Download (1.25 MB)
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Note on the Meeting between Dr. S. Raju, ADG & NMH-IV and Chief Secretary, Andaman & Nicobar Administration on 13/02/2020
02/03/2020Download (480.98 KB)
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First record of the Torquirhynchia: An asymmetric rhynchonellid brachiopod from the upper part of the Kioto Formation, Tethyan Sequence of Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India
28/02/2020Download (635.31 KB)
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Circular on Monthly review meeting of Chemical Divisions through video conferencing on 20.02.2020
17/02/2020Download (217.42 KB)
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Nomination of officers to attend training at NIFM, Faridabad
26/12/2019Download (558.21 KB)
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