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Nominated to National Committees
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Nominated to National Committees

Mysuru: Dr. Renu Agrawal, former Chief Scientist, Rural Program Coordinator and Advisor at CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, has been nominated as an expert member in two National Committees of Ministry of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, New Delhi, for a period of three years from May 2019 to 2022. These are “Technical Interventions for Addressing…

Bags Inner Wheel Excellence Award
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Bags Inner Wheel Excellence Award

Dr. Renu  Agrawal, former Chief Scientist of CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, was conferred ‘Reflections Inner Wheel Excellence Award’ in recognition of  her invaluable services to the underprivileged section of the society. The award was given to her by National President of  Association of Inner Wheel Clubs in India, Smita Pingale in the presence of Association Secretary Padma…

Book on Agri Wastes
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Book on Agri Wastes

The book on Utilisation of agricultural waste for the production of high-valued products, authored by Dr. Renu Agrawal, formerly of CFTRI,  was released at a function of Raithra Mitra Producers Company and Sugarcane Growers Association at Chetan Gardens, Mysuru, recently by Agriculture Scientist Dr. Vasanth Kumar Thimakapura and Association President Kurubur Shanthakumar as others look…

Book talk: Wealth from waste
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Book talk: Wealth from waste

Title :  Utilisation of  agricultural waste for the production of high-valued products Author : Dr. Renu Agrawal Pages : 140+XIV Price : INR 2,700.00 Publisher : New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi Considering the references, numbering 480, cited it in the concluding section of the publication over 40 pages as well as information and data…

Nominated to National Expert Advisory Committee
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Nominated to National Expert Advisory Committee

Mysuru: Dr. Renu Agrawal, Ex-Chief Scientist, Rural Development Co-ordinator, Project Advisor, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, has been nominated for National Expert Advisory Committee for Augmenting Writing Skills for Articulating Research (AWSAR) award for three years. This new initiative of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, will be a bridge between research and communication which will…

Nominated to Indo-US Fellowship Selection Panel
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Nominated to Indo-US Fellowship Selection Panel

Mysuru:  Karamveer Chakra Dr. Renu Agrawal, former Chief Scientist, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, has been nominated to National WISTEMM Selection Committee by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science and Technology, for a period of three years. In 2014, DST brought all the women-centric schemes and programmes under one ambit named KIRAN (Knowledge Involvement…

Electrolyte Analyser machine donated to Asha Kirana
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Electrolyte Analyser machine donated to Asha Kirana

Dr. Renu Agrawal, ex-Chief Scientist & Rural Coordinator from CFTRI Mysuru, has donated Electrolyte Analyser machine to Asha Kirana Hospital Lab with the able support and representation by Inner Wheel Club of Mysore Midtown and CSIR Pensioners Welfare Association. Jayashri M. Urs, District Chairman, Chaitra Mohan, President, Sheela M. Urs, Geetha Krishna from Inner Wheel…

Bags ‘Abdul Kalam Life-Time Achievement Award’
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Bags ‘Abdul Kalam Life-Time Achievement Award’

Mysuru: Dr. Renu Agrawal, former Chief Scientist and Rural Programme Coordinator of CFTRI, has received the prestigious ‘Abdul Kalam Life-Time Achievement Award’ from International Institute of Social and Economic Reforms. The award was given to her by chief guests – Film Director T.N. Seetharam and actress Bhavani Prakash – in the presence of Union Minister D.V….

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