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IAAT - Membership

Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy

Membership

Membership of the Association shall be open to all those who are interested in Angiosperm Taxonomy

To become a member of the IAAT, send a duly filled membership form along with the Demand Draft or online payment

receipt to the address below, either by surface mail or email

To join as a member of IAAT, write to:

Prof. Santhosh Nampy,

Secretary,

Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy,

Department of Botany,

Calicut University,

PIN: 673635, INDIA

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Dr. P. Sunoj Kumar,

Treasurer,

Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy,

Department of Botany,

Calicut University,

PIN: 673635, INDIA

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Membership rates
 
India
Foreign

Life member

Rs. 8000/- USD 1000/-
Ordinary member Rs. 1000/- USD 100/-

Demand Draft may be drawn on State Bank of India, Calicut University (Code No. 70200) in favour of The Treasurer, IAAT, Department of Botany, University of Calicut, Calicut University P.O. – 673 635, Kerala, India. Bank transfer to IAAT account can also be done: SB A/c. No.: 67061057674, IFSC Code: SBIN0070200, SWIFT Code: SBININBB392, MICR Code: 673002912, State Bank of India, Calicut University (Branch Code: 70200).

 

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