From 80 TPM to 1000 TPM with snarl free yarns.
The continuous filament yarn also requires a small amount of twist in order to avoid the fraying of filaments and to increase abrasion resistance. However, twisting the continuous filament yarn reduces the strength of the yarn. Yarn is often ply-twisted in a direction opposite to a single yarn twist to improve evenness, strength, elongation, bulkiness, luster and abrasion resistance, and to reduce twist liveliness, hairiness and variation in strength.
Twisted yarn can be made of two, three, four, or more plies, or may be used as singles without plying.
ICAR-CIFE conducts various types of training programs ranging from 3-7 days short term programs to 6-12 months long term programs for various client groups, be it fishers, farmers, entrepreneurs, faculty, industry representatives, students, research scholars, etc. The training programs are conducted at CIFE, Mumbai as well as at four regional centres located at Kolkata, Kakinada (A.P.), Rohtak (Haryana) and Powerkheda (M.P).
Application: Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the respective Scientist-In-Charge / Course Coordinators directly by email or phone during the office hours (10 am to 5 pm) on working days. Application can also be sent by post addressed to the respective Scientist-In-Charge or the Training Coordinator.
The Application (sent by email or post) shall contain name of training program you plan to attend, your name, address, contactdetails (phone/mobile number or email), qualification and the reason for attending a particular program.
Eligibility: No special qualification or prior knowledge is required to attend most of the program. Anyone who can read and write, and has an interest to learn is eligible to attend most of the training programs.
Medium: The medium of instruction will be in English and Hindi in general. However, we customise the course delivery as per the background of the participants. For instance, Marathi, Bengali and Telugu will be used in Mumbai, Kolkata and Kakinada Centres respectively in addition to English and Hindi.
Course Fees: Rs.500/person/program for programs that are less than 3 days in duration and Rs.1000/person for programs that are 4-10 days duration need to be paid. The payment can be made at the venue on the first day of the program either in cash or DD made in favour of ICAR Unit – CIFE.
Other charges: Accommodation (for outstation candidates) and food charges will be extra and are to be borne by the participants as per the expenditure incurred. Dormitory accommodation would cost Rs.50- 75/day while food charges would be about Rs.250- 300/day.
For further details, please contact Dr. S.N. Ojha, Head (acting), FEES Division at email@example.com or Dr. Dr. S.K. Pandey, CTO / Training Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Sr. No.||Title||Dates||No. of days||No. of participants|
|1.||Application of Fish Taxonomy and Tools for Identification of Fishes||20-26 November, 2019||7||25|
|2.||SciCom for Smart Scholars||05-11 December,2019||7||26|
|3.||Breeding, Culture & Health Management of Ornamental fishes||27 June – 01 July,2019||5||28|
|4.||Fish Nutrition and Feeding Strategies||16-22 July, 2019||7||22|
|5.||Mithe Pani mein Machli Palan||21-27 August, 2019||7||28|
|6.||Mithe Pani mein Machli Palan||12-18 September,2019||7||26|
|7.||Management of Soil, Water and Fish Diseases in Aquaculture||15-21 October,2019||7||30|
|8.||Mithe Pani mein Machli Palan||07 -13 November,2019||7||26|
|9.||Mithe Pani mein Machli Palan||19-25 November,2019||7||26|
|10.||Mithe Pani mein Machli Palan||10-16 December,2019||7||26|
|11.||Fish and Prawn Culture||23-29 April, 2019||7||30|
|12.||Fish and Prawn Culture||21-27 May, 2019||7||30|
|13.||Fish and Prawn Culture Vaishali, Bihar||24-30 December, 2019||7||25|
|14.||Fish and Prawn Culture||24-30 January, 2020||7||24|
|15.||Magur Breeding and Hatchery Management||01-06 July, 2019||6||22|
|16.||Carp Breeding and Hatchery Management||08-13 July, 2019||6||21|
|17.||Freshwater Prawn (M. rosenbergii) Seed Rearing and Culture||15-20 July, 2019||6||24|
|18.||Carp Culture Practices and Recent Advances||22-27 July, 2019||6||22|
|19.||Fish and Prawn Culture||22 Sep -01 October,2019||10||20|
|20.||Fish and Prawn Culture||09-18 December,2019||10||20|