OBJECTIVES

  1. “Prof. P.V. Sukathme Memorial Lecture” programs are organized every year with an interest accrued on a corpus fund of Rs 30,000/- initiated by Dr. P.V. Sukathme, former Chief Statistician, FAO.
  2. “Prof. Y.C. Narasimhulu Memorial Endowment Lecture” is delivered by a reputed statistician during the yearly ISPS conference with a corpus amount of Rs. 75,000/- initiated by the Dept. of Statistics, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati These lectures are the regular prime attraction of the yearly ISPS Conferences.
  3. ISPS, GBM meet in 2010 in Visakhapatnam approved the establishment of ISPS Young Statistician Award for the best Research paper of the year under 35 year age group.
  4. N Gopalan cash award is initiated to the young statistician Awardee by Prof. M.N. Gopalan, the founder secretary of ISPS.

ISPS wishes to

  1. Publish its journal regularly with a tie up with a standard publisher
  2. Conduct membership drives every year to enroll young statisticians into the society by fixing targets to every executive member and senior members.
  3. Start chapters in each Indian University having Statistics department to promote its activities.
  4. Recognize more senior statisticians who have done significant work for the development of the society and statistics in India as fellow of ISPS every year.
  5. Form a screening committee with five members with 3 years duration is to be constituted to identify ISPS fellow of the year.
  6. Have an attractive and effective web site with domain name ISPS.
  7. Bring out e-news bulletin in every month with news and events.
  8. Impress upon UGC or AICTE to start a PG diploma course in Statistics / PG diploma in Six Sigma and Lean thinking under correspondence programme.
  9. Conduct short term summer / winter schools for young students in collaboration with DST, UGC, AICTE, etc and Universities.
  10. Own permanent office building for which funds can be raised through donations and accepting consultancy for major surveys and research projects from various funding agencies and Industries.
  1. “Prof. P.V. Sukathme Memorial Lecture” programs are organized every year with an interest accrued on a corpus fund of Rs 30,000/- initiated by Dr. P.V. Sukathme, former Chief Statistician, FAO.
  2. “Prof. Y.C. Narasimhulu Memorial Endowment Lecture” is delivered by a reputed statistician during the yearly ISPS conference with a corpus amount of Rs. 75,000/- initiated by the Dept. of Statistics, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati These lectures are the regular prime attraction of the yearly ISPS Conferences.
  3. ISPS, GBM meet in 2010 in Visakhapatnam approved the establishment of ISPS Young Statistician Award for the best Research paper of the year under 35 year age group.
  4. N Gopalan cash award is initiated to the young statistician Awardee by Prof. M.N. Gopalan, the founder secretary of ISPS.
  • N Gopalan cash award is initiated to the young statistician Awardee by Prof. M.N. Gopalan, the founder secretary of ISPS.
  • P.V. Sukathme Memorial Lecture was delivered by Prof. C.R.Rao and Prof. Y.C. Narashimulu memorial endoment lecture was delivered by Prof. J. S. Rao
  • The ISPS financial position continues to be strong. The audited results for 31st March, 2009 show Rs 4, 25,744/- as assets. A good number of Life members ( more than 100) have enrolled during 2008-09.
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  • 20% discount on ISPS Annual Conference fee
  • Annual Journal of ISPS
  • Announcement of ISPS news letter
  • Life Membership fee Rs 1500/- may be enhanced after 31st March, 2010.
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  • Resolved to organize Annual Workshop of ISPS for Research Scholars only on Specific focus themes.
  • Resolved to increase the executive member number from 6 to 8. Five posts to be filled by elections and 3 posts to be filled by the nomination of new EC.
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ISPS wishes to

  1. Publish its journal regularly with a tie up with a standard publisher
  2. Conduct membership drives every year to enroll young statisticians into the society by fixing targets to every executive member and senior members.
  3. Start chapters in each Indian University having Statistics department to promote its activities.
  4. Recognize more senior statisticians who have done significant work for the development of the society and statistics in India as fellow of ISPS every year.
  5. Form a screening committee with five members with 3 years duration is to be constituted to identify ISPS fellow of the year.
  6. Have an attractive and effective web site with domain name ISPS.
  7. Bring out e-news bulletin in every month with news and events.
  8. Impress upon UGC or AICTE to start a PG diploma course in Statistics / PG diploma in Six Sigma and Lean thinking under correspondence programme.
  9. Conduct short term summer / winter schools for young students in collaboration with DST, UGC, AICTE, etc and Universities.
  10. Own permanent office building for which funds can be raised through donations and accepting consultancy for major surveys and research projects from various funding agencies and Industries.
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