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Indian Pest Control Association

IPCA Membership process

Application process:

  1. Applicants must fill out the prescribed Application Form, attach the following documents and submit it to IPCA Office :
    1. Affidavit
    2. Copies of Certificates of Academic and Technical qualifications of technical personnel for IPCA reference
    3. Proof of employment of personnel with duration and Training in Pest Control undergone
    4. Copy of Insecticides License or Bank Statement as proof of existence of the firm/ company (duration in Pest Control Operation). In case of partnership firm, copy of Partnership Deed, duly attested, is to be submitted
    5. One Passport-sized photograph of Proprietor and Technical personnel.
  2. The Application Form should be sponsored by 2 Members who have been in the pest control business for at least two years and who do not have any dues pending and at least one of them should be from your zone.
  3. After Completed Application form is received by IPCA office, verification shall be carried out by nominated Member/s, who will return the verification form to the IPCA office.
  4. Subsequent to successful verification, applications will be put up in the Managing Committee meeting for final approval.

Fees structure table:

Entrance Fee 11,800.00 8,260.00 500.00
Annual Fee 7,080.00 5,900.00 250.00

Qualifications / Requirements :

Please confirm that you fulfill and will comply with the following qualifications / requirements before clicking the <Proceed> button :

  • A Degree in Science from a recognized college or university and training in Entomology or other Sciences principally related to the practices of pest control from a Government Recognised Institution i.e. CFTRI - Mysore, NIPHM - Hyderabad, IGMRI – Hapur.

  • One year practical experience as a proprietor, partner/director of the firm or company or having in its employment, a person with a Degree in Science from a recognised college or university and training in entomology or other sciences principally related to the practices of Pest Control, from a Government-recognised Institution as referred above.

  • One year’s practical experience with the same firm or company and always have such a person with them to retain active membership.

  • Should hold a valid licence under applicable laws for undertaking commercial pest control operations.

  • Submit an affidavit / undertaking of having fulfilled the membership requirements of the Association by complying with clause 5.1(a) and 5.2(b) of the Constitution.