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ICAR-CII Industry Meet New Delhi 23 May 2011

ICAR PPP - ICAR CII MEETING 23 MAY 2011

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Page 1: ICAR PPP - ICAR CII MEETING 23 MAY 2011

ICAR-CII Industry MeetNew Delhi

23 May 2011

Page 2: ICAR PPP - ICAR CII MEETING 23 MAY 2011

Rainbow Revolution

Horticulture

Livestock

Dairy & Poultry

Aquaculture

Agri-tourism

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Risk Reduction Strategy

Ecological: Farming Systems Soil and Water

Conservation….

Financial : Funding, Risk Transfer. Insurance…

Social: Safety Nets, Food for Work…

Techno-legal: Warning Systems, Regulation/Coding…

Agriculture in 21st Century: New Paradigms

Integrate the concepts & practices of natural ecosystem into the

agricultural practices.

Reduce wasteful inputs, optimize material inputs and increase biotic and

landscape diversity.

Reducing Risk

Reducing Costof

CultivationImpartingEco-

integrity

Enhancing Farm

Income

Knowledge

Intensive

Sustainable Agriculture

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Accelerating Agricultural Growth Recommendation of the MTR of XI Plan

Success of Bt cotton and hybrid maize (PPP)Leading agri-companies to establish a top-notch Centre of Excellence (CoE) for agri-technology, extension, and agri-business managementIndia as a regional hub for technology generation and diffusionInnovative models of PPP in extension and seed multiplication

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ICAR - Industry Meet – 28-29 July, 2010

Concerted outreach efforts and interaction with industry

Attended by more than 160 industry representatives and entrepreneurs

Action taken on recommendations resulting into forging new relationships in public-private partnerships

Many individual and farmer entrepreneurships improving horizontal expansion of ICAR technologies

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IPR and Technology Commercialization

Items2010-

11Total

Patent Application Filed 64 481

Patent Application Granted 10 58

Plant Varieties Application Submitted

41787

(2007-11)

Plant Varieties Registered by PPV&FR

44188

(2007-10)

Copy Rights 2 19

Trade Marks 5 15

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National Agricultural Research System

45 Research Institutes

4 Deemed Universities

6 National Bureaux

17 National Research Centres

25 Directorates/ Project Directorates

61All India Coordinated Research Projects

17 Network Projects

50 State Agricultural Universities (including one Deemed University Status)

01 Central Agricultural University

589 Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs)

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ATMC/ ICAR Hqrs./

CTMC

5 ZTMCs &BPD Units

95 ITMUs

Institutional Mechanism for IP Management

Top-to-BottomDecisionDirectionExecutionGuidance

Bottom-Up ApproachCollective Consultative Decision MakingOutsourcing

Facilitation for Business Planning and Incubation

Convergence of NAIP, IPTM, DKMA, ARIS, ATIC, Extension

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Commercialization of Products/Technologies:

ICAR Technology Incubators and Business Planning & Development

Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izzatnagar (North-II)

Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi (North-I),

Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology, Mumbai (West),

Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Kochi (South)

National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibres Technology, Kolkata (East),

Anand Agricultural University, Anand;

Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi;

Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar;

Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur; and

Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore.

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Methodologies and approaches for technology application and transfer

Farming systems in NEH

Expert Systems in Agriculture

Farmer-to-Farmer Extension

Knowledge Management in

Agriculture

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Innovations developed across the country in the form of publication “Farm Innovators – 2010” for the benefit of various stakeholders

Agritech Interventions ‘Harbingers of Prosperity’

National Farm Innovators’ Meet,

Mysore, 11-12 November, 2010

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‘Primary Agriculture to Secondary Agriculture’

Banana Fibre use; Fabric ` 1000/m

‘Maize magic’

Agri-Entrepreneurship

Value chains being developed

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AGRINDIAICAR Company

Seed & Planting Material

Farm Implements & Machinery

Diagnostics & Vaccines

Value Added Products

Professional Services & Turnkey Projects

Overseas Operations

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CROP % Loss,Minimum

% Loss, Maximum

Cereals 3.9(Sorghum)

6.0(Wheat)

Pulses 4.3(Chickpea)

6.1(Blackgram)

Oil Seeds 2.8(Cottonseed)

10.1(Groundnut)

Fruits 5.8(Sapota)

18.0(Guava)

Vegetables 6.8(Cabbage)

12.5(Tomato)

Spices, Condiments & Plantation Crops

3.9(Black Pepper)

7.4(Turmeric)

Livestock Produce 0.8(Milk)

6.9(Inland Fish)

Post Harvest Loss Estimates (including on-farm & handling losses)

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Commercial Minituber Production from Net House

CPRI, Modipuram

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Annual production: 2,40,000 flowers

Av. sale price per flower : ` 2/-

Av. cost of production/flower: ` 1/-

Net profit : ` 2,40,000/- per annum

= ` 20,000/- per month

Economics of 100 sq meter greenhouse

Output per batch20,000

seedlings

Average number of batches per year 5

Total output per annum 1,00,000

Average cost of raising one seedling 20 paise

Average cost of seedling 50 paise

Net return ` 30,000

Protected Cultivation

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Potato Peel (a waste) as Dietary Fibre

CPRI, Shimla

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SDAU, Sardarkrushinagar

Seed Processing Units reach Villages

Mobile Seed Processing Unit for Seed Spices

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Food Products from Rice Bran

IICPT, Thanjavur

Braffins

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Sweet sorghum bio-fuel sectorPilot study with Sagar sugars, Chittoor (AP)

20 distilleries mostly based in Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra

Alfa-lavel and Praj industries, Pune

Grain sorghum potable alcohol sectorAll India Distilleries Association

Kedia group (MP), Seagram, Maharashtra

Sorghum

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UAS, Dharwad

Health Foods from Millet

s

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Soy Products

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Coffee from

Prosopis

juliflora

CAZRI, Jodhpur

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Tamarind Processing in Bastar Area

180 Families could earn ` 10-12 thousand (50% higher than before intervention)

Current business- Middlemen- Low profit

Group procurement, processing & marketing-

increased profit

ImpactBRGF sanctioned ` 14.5 Lac for further

value addition in form of candy, sauce,

etc.

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Nutraceuticals from ginger-extract and

powder

Natural Remedies - Bangalore

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Packaging technology developed to make it possible to keep the freshness of the flowers up to 72 hours

The technology is being used to export jasmine flowers from villages near by Coimbatore to Dubai markets in 24 hours

Impact

The improvement in value chain enhanced the income of flower growing farmers besides providing employment to transporters and exporters. It could be used for exporting other flowers as well

Export of Jasmine and Dry Flowers

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Value addition: Wine production from damaged

pomegranate fruits

AFPL, Bangalore

Page 28: ICAR PPP - ICAR CII MEETING 23 MAY 2011

IPC-53 IPC-75 IPC-126

Food-grade Nutraceuticals from selected Vegetable Species

IARI, New Delhi

Anthocynanin extracted from

carrots added to guava juice

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About 7400 tonnes of fibre extracted with 20 raspador units installed

Total net income earned by farmers: ` 3,47,800/-

Employment generated (man days): 2,960

Income earned by laborers: ` 2,07,200/-

Value Chain for Banana Pseudostem (Gujarat)

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Axial flow cotton pre-cleaner

Axial flow pre-cleaner for seed cotton for use in the production catchment

Cotton Technology

Village level ring frame

Micro processor based ring frame for yarn making in rural areas

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Jute geo-textiles

River bank stabilization using jute geo-textiles

Road pavement with jute geo-textile

Diversified use of Natural Fibres

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Eco-holi and textile colours

from vegetable sources

Surface Painting of

idols, handicrafts

Low cost & safe eco-holi powders

ANGRAU, Hyderabad

1,264 shades of Natural Dyes

for Textiles from 10 sources

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TNAU, Coimbatore

Agro forestry goes industrialBriquetting technology of plantation and match wood

industrial residues

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Raised bed planter

Savings in seed and fertiliser

15% as compared to conventional

Savings in irrigation water

25% as compared to conventional

Annual benefit ` 90,000/unit

Estimated monetary benefit to the nation

` 180 crores/annum

Zero-till drillSaving in tillage cost ` 2,000-3,000/ha

Estimated monetary benefit to the nation

` 900 crores/annum

Yield increase 5-6%

Farm Mechanisation

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Ergonomic/Gender-friendly tools and equipment

High Women workforce in agriculture – both production and processing

Reducing drudgery and mainstreaming

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US President visits

ICAR Exhibits6th November, 2010

US President Mr. Barack Obama took keen interest in ICAR tools and implements

President operated some of the tools such as maize sheller and groundnut decorticator

Termed these as ‘Appropriate Technologies’

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Solar tunnel drier

Drying time2-3 days as compared to 10-12 days in open

Savings in energy

6,000 kWh/annum/unit

Renewable energy

Solid state biogas plant

Increase in gas yield

20% as compared to conventional plant

Reduction in water requirement

80%

Economic Benefit

` 4,000/plant/annum

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Low Power - Low Cost Universal Testing MachinesPower 10W(1kW) to 100W(2kW) for static (fatigue)

(Commercial ones: 2kW(15kW) to 3 kW(30kW) for static (fatigue)Uninterrupted testing facilitated, irrespective of Power disruptions

2. Single Knob to control Oil Injection rate through Diesel pump

3. Single knob for controlling Oil Injection by Compressed Air

Static & Fatigue(Cyclic) Testing

Off-the-shelf Hyundai Accent Diesel pump

Compression - Tension Mode Selection Runs on

Compressed Air as UPS

UTM for Bamboo

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Omega-3 rich eggs by feeding linseed based poultry feed

BAIF, Pune

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Immunobiologicals and diagnostic kits and reagents for diseases of livestock and

poultry

Detection of Adulteration in Milk

Dot-ELISA kit for Brucella

Sandwich Elisa Kit for FMD virus

Page 41: ICAR PPP - ICAR CII MEETING 23 MAY 2011

Micro-well chip inhibition biosensor for off line analysis of pesticide residues (10ng/L) in milk

AB

C

A. Chemically functionalized chip

B. Binding of pesticide to biomolecule

C. Real image obtained for on chip samples for blanks vs inhibited samples

Blank

Inhibited

(BITS, Pilani & NDRI, Karnal)

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Fish Harvest & Post-harvest

Improved fishing crafts and gearsIndustrial products

Collagen chitosan filmAbsorbable surgical suturesHigh gel strength agar from sea weedsSqualene from shark liver oil

Food productsCurry in pouches“Fishcurre”A variety of ready-to-cook and ready-to-eat products

Page 43: ICAR PPP - ICAR CII MEETING 23 MAY 2011

A Value Chain on Oceanic Tuna

Animal and fish from tuna fish processing waste – ‘Silo feed’

Enabling islanders with ‘waste to wealth’

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Way Forward ...

XII Plan formulations

Quality Assurance/Regulatory dimensions

Business Enterprises

Education to Entrepreneurship (eg. Chairs)

Joint Overseas Initiatives

Joint Working Groups (eg. ICAR-ABLE)

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THANK YOU