NIRJAFT

TRAINING

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Demonstration and Training
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The institute conducts various field demonstrations at the farmers level for popularization, awareness and transfer of field worthy technologies to jute growers on different occasions.
Large scale mill trials are conducted at different jute mill to demonstrate the laboratory technologies.
Training programmes on grading of raw jute are regularly conducted for extension workers, marketing people, Govt. personnel etc.
 


Entrepreneurship Development Programme
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Special training programmes on the technologies available for commercialization are organized for technology transfer to new entrepreneurs.
For effective and fast dissemination of technologies, research findings and creating awareness among the prospective entrepreneurs the institute organizes seminars at various locations in jute growing sectors.
 


Training programme conducted By NIRJAFT
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  • Grading of raw jute and allied fibres
  • High yielding mushroom production using bio gas residual slurry
  • Hand made paper from jute/ jute stick
  • Particle board from jute stick
  • Bleaching and dyeing of jute fibre, yarn and fabric
  • Improvement in quality and processibility of jute by fungal culture at industrial level
  • Improvement in quality of jute by mixed bacterial culture at farmers level
  • Spinning of jute yarn in small scale spinning system
  • Development of jute nonwoven products
  • Technology of manufacturing jute synthetic blended yarn
  • Jute hand bag/ shopping bag
  • Jute handicrafts
  • Eco friendly jute retting technology
  • Jute composite by hand lay -up techniques
  • Jute chappals/ sandals
  • Jute jewellery
 

 

Training Conducted on NIRJAFT Technologies
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Training programme

Duration

No of Participants

2007-2008

1

Accelerated retting of jute and ribboning

July 17-19, 2007

26

2

Bleaching and dyeing of jute

March 10-15, 2008

09

2008-2009

1

Mushroom Cultivation from jute waste

June 23-28, 2008

10

2

Handmade Paper from Jute

July 22-28, 2008

08

3

Bleaching and dyeing of jute

October 20-25, 2008

08

4

Handmade Paper from agrowaste

Dec 15-20, 2008

14

5

Bleaching and dyeing of jute fabric

January 5-14, 2009

13

6

Handmade Paper from Jute

March 2-11, 2009

10

7

Reactive dyeing of jute fabric

March 23-28, 2009

06

8

Eco-friendly reactive dyeing of jute fabric

March 23-30, 2009

05

2009-2010

1

Mushroom cultivation

June 22-27, 2009

12

2

Quality improvement of jute fibre

August 26-28, 2009

33

3

Quality improvement of jute fibre

Sep 15-17, 2009

31

2010-2011

1

Handmade Paper from Jute

August 23-28, 2010

18

2

Bleaching and dyeing of jute fabric

Sep 27-Oct 4, 2010

07

3

Jute stick particle board

Nov 22-27, 2010

10

4

Jute stick particle board

Nov 29-Dec 4, 2010

15

5

Improved Jute Retting Technology

July 26-30, 2010

20

6

Weaving of jute based ornamental fabrics in handloom

Sep 27-Oct 1, 2010

22

2011-2012

1

Weaving of jute based ornamental fabric in handloom (in West Bengal)

May 3-7, 2011

23

2

Weaving of jute based ornamental fabric in handloom (in Auranachal Pradesh).

June 20-24, 2011

20

3

Extraction and utilization of Banana fibre

Jun 27-Jul 2, 2011

30

4

Improved technologies for production and quality management of jute fibres

July 25-30, 2011

18

5

Jute-based entrepreneur development on jute stick particle board production

July 1-6, 2011

11

6

Weaving of jute based ornamental fabric in handloom

August 23-29, 2011

21

7

Jute based entrepreneur development on handmade paper from jute waste

September 5-9, 2011

19

8

Ecofriendly bleaching and dyeing of jute

October 17-21, 2011

17

9

Weaving of ornamental jute fabric on handloom (in village Kutey, Ranchi)

Nov 16-20, 2011

20

10

Weaving of ornamental jute fabric on handloom (in village Jagannathpur, Orissa)

Dec 20-24, 2011

20

11

Designing of ornamental jute fabric

March 26-30, 2012

22

 

Training Calendar for the Year

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SL. No.

Topics

Duration (Days)

Min. No. of Participants (per batch)

Period

Fees per Candidates (Rs.)

1

Training on Grading of Raw Jute & Allied Fibres

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

2

Training on Handmade Paper from Jute/ Jute Stick

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

3

Training on Particle Board from Jute Stick

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

4

Training on Bleaching / Dyeing of Jute Fibre

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

5

Training on Improvement in Quality of jute by Mixed Culture at Farmer Level

6

10

Jul. to Sept.

800

6

Training on Spinning jute yarn in small scale spinning system

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

7

Training on Development of Non-Woven Products

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

8

Training on Technology of Manufacturing Jute Synthetic Blended Yarn

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

9

Training on Jute Hand Bags

12

10

Jan. to Dec.

1,200

10

Training on Jute Handicrafts

12

10

Jan. to Dec.

1,200

11

Training on Chemical & Dry Retting Techniques

6

10

June to Aug.

800

12

Training on Jute Composite By Handlay Up Techniques

6

10

Jan. to Dec.

800

** Interested Participants may note Advertisement in News Papers / Karma Santhan.

 

Training fees : One week course Rs. 800/- (Rupees eight hundred only),
Two week course Rs. 1,200/- (Rupees one thousand two hundred only)
Hostel facilities available against a payment of Rs. 50.00 (Rupees fifty only) per day.

For details contact:
Dr. S.B. Roy,
Principal Scientist,
ICAR-National Institute of Research on Jute & Allied Fibre Technology (NIRJAFT),
12, Regent Park, Kolkata,
West Bengal. India.
PIN - 700 040.
Phone: +91-9433156187.
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Venue :
ICAR-National Institute of Research on Jute & Allied Fibre Technology (NIRJAFT)
12, Regent Park, Kolkata,
West Bengal. India.
PIN - 700 040.
Phone: +91-33-2421 2115/16/ 17,
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