BISA provides South Asian agricultural students and scientists an efficient and effective platform to develop their capacities in diversified research fields.
Regular trainings are organized for students, scientists, and farmers in India on aspects ranging from breeding techniques to crop insurance, from state-of-the-art knowledge and exposure to emerging climate-resilient technologies.
The data collected on various traits, including genetic gain for grain yield and resistance to other biotic and abiotic stresses, is shared with all wheat-growing countries of South Asia to enable them to plan an efficient breeding program.
Genomic prediction evaluation for grain yield and other traits done at BISA through the support of the Global Wheat Program of CIMMYT are extended to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal since 2020.
A real-time crop yield monitoring system developed through BISA was established in Nepal in partnership with the Government of Nepal and the World Food Program.