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Old August 26th, 2013, 10:26 AM
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Default Re: Central Food Technological Research Institute Mysore Karnataka India

Central Food Technological Research Institute, (CFTRI) is one of the 40 national research laboratories under the aegis of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). It was opened on 21 October 1950

Technologies Available for Commercial Exploitation
Animal products
Beverage products
Cereal products
Convenience foods
Bakery products
Microbiology & fermentation & bio-technology products
Plantation & spice products
Protein & speciality products
Food machinery
Fruit & vegetable products

Short Term Training Programmes
Laboratory animal techniques, ethics and welfare
Plant cell biotechnology for high value metabolites
Food safety and standards act - requirements of food business
Sensory analysis and consumer science: a newer perspective for reaching the consumer better
Mass and IR Spectrometer in food analysis
Baking science and technology
Techno-economic aspects of meat and fish processing
Basics in flour Milling and quality evaluation of flour
Essentials of packaging technology for distribution & marketing of food products
Advanced techniques in Molecular microbiology
Science of chocolate and sugar confectionery
Technologies for processing of fruits and vegetables into value added products
Good manufacturing practices in food industries,Hotels and Catering establishments to ensure microbial safety
Business opportunities in the food industry
Post harvest technologies of fresh fruits and vegetables for commercial trade
Science & Technology of Tea, Coffee, Cocoa
Indian snack and breakfast foods technology: towards reaching the consumer with quality and safety attributes
Advances in protein structure function relationship
Microbial quality analysis for food and water
HPLC and GC: Operational, preventive and corrective measures
Strain improvement for secondary microbial metabolite production
Instrumental Techniques in food safety and analysis
Science & Technology of spices & their processing
Sensory analysis of aroma and flavor of food ingredients and packaged foods
Quality control and safety aspects of alcoholic beverages
Fumigation, prophylaxis and pest management techniques for stored products
Insights into the analysis of pesticide residues

Details of Training fee per Participant:

Participants residing in India
Training fee is Rs. 14,000/- [15 working days]
Training fee is Rs. 9,000/- [10 working days]
Training fee is Rs. 6,000/- [05 working days]
Training fee is Rs. 4,000/- [03 - 04 working days]

Central Food Technological Research Institute
K.R.S. Road, Near Akashvani Circle,
Yadavagiri, Mysore, KA 570020 ‎
Ph: 0821 251 4760 ‎


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