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Runners-up in  National Tennis Championship
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Runners-up in National Tennis Championship

R.N. Ramesh, an employee of CSIR- CFTRI, participated in All India Senior Tennis Championship in 45+ doubles  category at Narasapur (AP) recently. Ramesh, along with S. Subramanyam of Namakkal (TN), exhibited a wonderful game of play defeating former national champion  Manoj Kumar of Coimbatore (TN) and his partner  MLVN Raju of (AP) by 6-2, 2-6,…

Nominated as Member of National Experts Advisory Committee
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Nominated as Member of National Experts Advisory Committee

Dr.Renu Agrawal, former Chief Scientist and Rural Development co-ordinator, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, has been nominated as a Member of National Experts Advisory Committee (NEAC) by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, for a period of three years. NEAC will be evaluating and monitoring various programmes involving children, Children Science Congress, innovative research and…

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Free Tech Entrepreneurs meet held at CSIR-CFTRI

The CSIR- Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) in city which had released a total of 11 proven and successful technologies free of cost by publishing detailed technology dossiers on its website in 2014, had organised a Free Tech Entrepreneurs Meet at its premises this morning. The meet was organised for entrepreneurs who wanted to…

Protecting nutrition in food is a major problem faced by the country
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Protecting nutrition in food is a major problem faced by the country

CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) Mysuru, in collaboration with the Department of Women and Child Development and JSW Foundation, Bellary, has organised a two-day National Conference on ‘Malnutrition – Challenges, Success Stories and Way Forward,’ which was inaugurated at CFTRI premises in city this morning. The conference was inaugurated by Dr. C.S. Kedar, CEO,…

National Science Day celebrated at CFTRI
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National Science Day celebrated at CFTRI

“The Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) has been contributing immensely to science by inventing new technologies which will help the future generation in food conservation,” said Deputy Commissioner D. Randeep here recently. He was speaking after inaugurating the National Science Day Celebrations-2017 and a colloquium on ‘Current Food Safety and Regulatory Concerns’ at CFTRI…

Free Tech Entrepreneurs meet held at CFTRI
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Free Tech Entrepreneurs meet held at CFTRI

The CSIR- Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) in city which had released a total of 11 proven and successful technologies free of cost by publishing detailed technology dossiers on its website in 2014, had organised a Free Tech Entrepreneurs Meet at its premises this morning. The meet was organised for entrepreneurs who wanted to…

Winners of General Knowledge and Science examination
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Winners of General Knowledge and Science examination

Navodaya General Knowledge Competition and Chintana Science examination, organised by Navodaya Prakashana, Chitradurga, was held at CFTRI School in city recently, in which 217 students took part in the competition and exam.   While 14 students bagged prizes at various level in General Knowledge competition, six students bagged medals in the Chintana Science examination. The…

Fire: Trees, plants in CFTRI campus destroyed
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Fire: Trees, plants in CFTRI campus destroyed

An incident of fire destroying wooden logs, trees and plants, has been reported from Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) premises here yesterday afternoon. It is reported that workers had put fire to dry leaves and waste near the north gate of the campus, which soon spread destroying trees and plants on 1.5-acre plot in…

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