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About CAFT Training
Power-rich foods (soybeans, shree anna, etc.) are significant due to their exceptional nutrient profiles and health benefits. The changing lifestyle and consumer demands have resulted in a booming food industry, with the increasing adoption of innovative processing technologies for nutrient-dense foods. Their potential to address malnutrition and mitigate lifestyle- related diseases makes them an emerging source of income generation. Therefore, the objective of this training is to provide necessary knowledge in the field of advanced processing and value-addition trends in power-rich foods.
Topics to be covered
The course content includes lectures, demonstrations, hands-on practical and visits related to topics listed below: Overview of power rich (soybean & shree anna) foods including processing technologies, and nutritional benefits. Industrial perspectives for processing power rich foods.
Mechanization and advanced technology applications in power rich food with special emphasize on soybean and millets. Packaging and storage interventions in power rich foods.
Food safety and regulations: FSSAI (Requirements and certification) and IPR related issues in Food.
Degree of Master in Agricultural engineering/ Food Engineering/ Post-Harvest Technology/ Food technology/Food Science and allied disciplines with working knowledge of Computers. The training programme is open to Scientists/Teachers/Subject Matter Specialists/ Professionals of ICAR Institutes/CAUS/SAUS/KVKS involved in research, development and extension programme. A maximum of 25 participants will be selected. One to two participants may be sponsored from each Institute/ Organization.

Last date to apply: 10th Dec 2023

Communication to participants: 18th Dec 2023

Commencement of training :31st Jan 2024
Boarding and Lodging & Travel
Free lodging and boarding will be provided to the participants as per the approved ICAR norms. The Institute has a furnished guesthouse/ hostel with dining, recreation and medical facilities in the campus. Please note that, no accommodation will be provided to the family members or guests of the participants in the guest house. Participants will be paid to and fro travel fare through the shortest route from their respective institution to ICAR-CIAE, Bhopal and restricted up to AC-II class train fare or bus as the case may be. If any participant chooses to travel by air, he/she may do so, but their claim shall be restricted to AC-II class train fare. No air fare will be provided. TA shall be paid on production of tickets by the participant.
How to Reach CIAE
Bhopal is well connected by air, rail and road. Pre-paid auto rickshaw and taxi can be availed at railway station to reach ICAR-CIAE Bhopal campus. The Institute campus is located on Berasia Road and is 7 km from Bhopal Railway Station, 15 km from Inter State Bus Terminus and 12 km from Raja Bhoj Airport.

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