In order to promote Research and Developmental activities of World’s oldest, longest and strongest natural fibre crop i.e., Ramie in the country as a whole and North Eastern States in particular, the Indian Central Jute Committee in April, 1960 established Ramie Research Station at Village Kamargaon, P.O. Sorbhog, (earlier in Kamrup District) under the Jute Agriculture Research Institute (JARI), Kolkata (WB). In 1966 JARI was taken over by Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) and in 1990 Jute Agriculture Research Institute (JARI) was renamed as Central Research Institute for Jute and Allied Fibres (CRIJAF). Ramie Research Station is a central government research and development station of Central Research Institute for Jute and Allied Fibre with its headquarter at Barrackpore, Kolkata, W.B. Total area under RRS in 69.02 ha. consisting three farms. It situated about 140 kms from Guwahati Air Port, 40 kms for district head quarter at Barpeta and 50 kms from New Bongaigaon Rly Station.