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The Food Processing Incubation Centre to provide Training to Entreprenurs

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The Food Processing Incubation-cum-Training Centre, established by the Department of Agricultural Marketing and Agribusiness at Anbil Dharmalingam Agricultural College and Research Institute at Navalur Kuttappattu, will impart skill-based entrepreneurship development training in food processing.

It will offer training on preparation of value-added products from fruits (ready-to-serve beverages, squash, cordial, jam, jelly and fruit bar), vegetables (dehydrated vegetables, minimal processing and pickles), cereals and millet based processing (ready-to-cook products and convenience foods), bakery products and masala powder and products.

The centre will also extend incubation facility to farmers and entrepreneurs for value-addition activities under nominal charges, P. Pandiyarajan, Dean (in-charge) of the institute, said in a press release.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/food-processing-centre-offers-skill-training/article19521266.ece


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:07 am 
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Increase in women applicants for entrepreneurial scheme in Trichy

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BHEL to reduce dependence on power sector

Working towards diversification

Think-tanks and cross-functional teams in BHEL Tiruchi Complex are working on a war footing towards diversification into new businesses to reduce its dependence on power sector.

As diversification calls for a much more flexible, agile and pro-active approach, resources are being re-organised and re-deployed in line with corporate initiatives aimed at execution, consolidation and simplification, R. Rajamanohar, Executive Director, BHEL, Tiruchi, said in his Independence Day address on Tuesday.

Top goals

Meeting commitments to customers through effective project management, prompt cash collection, cost-effective design, highly-productive work culture, and stringent controls on expenditure constitute the top priorities.

Timely completion of all projects, including the largest-ever export project in Maitree in Bangladesh, is critical to the image of the company, Mr. Rajamanohar said, adding there was steady progress in the initiative to enhance the manufacturing capacity for nuclear steam generators.

The Tiruchi Complex, comprising the High Pressure Boiler Plant and the Seamless Steel Tube Plant in Tiruchi, the Power Plant Piping Unit at Thirumayam and the Piping Centre at Chennai, are fully geared to tap the growing business potential in the nuclear power sector.

They are also eqipped to meet the anticipated huge demand for supply of specialised emission control systems and equipment to enable existing and upcoming coal-based power plants in the country to meet the more stringent emission norms announced by the Government recently.

Plans have also been made for LPG or LNG conversion of existing producer gas plants used for heat treatment, as part of green initiatives.

Development of indigenous technology for the setting up of India’s first power plant based on Advanced Ultra Supercritical technology will be a significant landmark towards more environment-friendly use of coal.

A guard of honour was presented by the BHEL security, NCC, home guards, traffic wardens, Fire Services teams and students of 12 campuses.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 500538.ece


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Special Steel Colums and Roofing Structures for Hyderabad Metro are supplied by a Trichy Industry


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Chief Minister, K. Chandrashekhar Rao has instructed Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) and L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Limited (L&TMRHL) to complete Miyapur to Ameerpet (13km) and Ameerpet to Nagole (17 km) sections of the metro rail project by November.

In view of the anticipated November inauguration of these two metro rail sections by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, the HMRL officials have doubled-up efforts to complete the stretch within the time.

In this connection, on Sunday, HMRL Managing Director, N.V.S. Reddy inspected Ameerpet interchange station, which is a vital station that connects corridor-I (Miyapur-LB Nagar) and Corridor-III (Nagole-Raidurg).

Spread over 2 lakh square feet, the Ameerpet Metro station is one of the biggest metro stations in India with several special features. The Metro Corridor III is at a lower level and Corridor I passes over the Ameerpet station at a higher level.

Since time the Metro station has massive heights with the platform level of Corridor-I being at 92 ft height and the roof level at 112 ft, special steel columns and roofing structures are being done by a specialist agency from Trichy, according to a press release.

Already 800 skilled workers and engineers are working round the clock at Ameerpet interchange station. The columns and the roof structure resemble the ones which are in modern airports, HMRL officials said. The main area of the entire station is being done up with jaguar brown granite flooring and on both sides it has 16 lifts, 12 escalators and 12 staircases.

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source: https://telanganatoday.com/metro-officials-hyderabad-speed-project-works


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 9:36 pm 
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Textile sector has good scope in Tiruchi’

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Visitors at the exhibition being held in Tiruchi.Photo: M. Srinath

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A three-day buyer-seller meet and powerloom textiles expo opens in city

The industry and trade bodies should come forward to chalk out a plan for fostering industrial growth, especially in the textile sector, in Tiruchi district and work towards achieving the goals within a specific time frame, Collector K. Rajamani said here on Thursday.


Inaugurating a three-day Buyer-Seller Meet and Powerloom Textiles Expo, organised jointly by the Regional Office of the Textile Commissioner, Coimbatore, and Powerloom Development and Export Promotion Council (PDEXCIL) in the city, Mr. Rajamani said that Tiruchi, with its strategic location and facilities, offered good scope for industrial development.

Mr. Rajamani pointed out that with places such as Tiruppur facing problems such as over crowding and congestion, entrepreneurs could be persuaded to locate their new units for expansion in Tiruchi district. He suggested that a camp could be held, with the approval of the government, in Tiruppur to attract investments to Tiruchi.

T. L. Balakumar, Deputy Director and Officer-in-charge, Regional Office of Textile Commissioner, Coimbatore, said although there were some looms at Manamedu near Musiri in Tiruchi, the district had largely lagged behind in the growth of textiles manufacturing sector.

N. Kanagasabapathy, president, Tiruchi District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association, said there was good scope for growth in the textile sector and already looms in Musiri and ready-made garment manufacturing units in Puthanatham were functioning successfully.

A. K. Hussain of Tiruchi Textile and Readymade Garments Association, urged officials of the Ministry of Textiles to sensitise people in the industry on the various schemes implemented by the government for the growth of the textile sector.

The three-day exhibition, featuring 25 stalls put up by textile manufacturers, will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. till Saturday.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/call-to-tap-potential-for-growth-of-textile-sector-in-tiruchi/article19468967.ece


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PonR meets Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal sir for the Rejuvenation and Revival of “Tiruchirapalli Engineering & Technology Cluster (TREAT)”

courtesy: Rani Muralidaran Madam and PonR's Official Twitter page

TREAT Website: http://treatcluster.inhttp://treatcluster.in


Dear P. radha krishnaaaaaaaaaaaa, You don't know hindi language or English language, the minister you met don't know tamil language, what would you have spoken to Piyush goyal????? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Like a postman, whatever the Trichy industrialists gave as letter, you submitted to Piyush..... and telling i have done, how it is justifiable????


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WEAT to hold programme for entrepreneurs

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To help them learn market dynamics

Women Entrepreneurs Association of Tamil Nadu (WEAT) has invited applications from interested men, women and transgenders for its three-day management development programme for entrepreneurs running micro, tiny and medium enterprises.

A WEAT press release said the programme, to be held from August 29 to 31, will enable entrepreneurs to have better understanding of market dynamics, the change in policies such as GST, adapting to changes, and retaining market.

As factors such as stiff competition from large-scale corporates, lack of innovation, and poor profit margin have made sustenance a struggle for small-scale entrepreneurs, the programme envisages exposing the participants to the methods of entrepreneurship sustainability and developing managerial ability, ways to sustain in market and gain profit, and understand the change in policies of the Government, the release said.

Any enterprise in manufacturing, service and business areas who are not able to take forward and struggle to understand the management of enterprise can apply for this programme, it said.

Also, the WEAT will arrange for identity cards for sellers of handicrafts products so as to create opportunities for them to put up stalls across the country. Those interested in manufacturing minor millet-based value-added products, bakery items, herbal sanitary napkins, and artificial jewels will be facilitated to start their enterprises.

Aspiring participants can register in person for the MDP with the WEAT at 135 B. Block, St. Paul’s Complex, Bharathiar Salai,Tiruchi, Ph. 0431-4200040, 9600779081 and 948785806, the release said.


source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/weat-to-hold-programme-for-entrepreneurs/article19461056.ece


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Now, automated fire combat operation at IOCL terminal

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HVLR monitors capable of delivering 3,750 litres of foam solution per minute

Use of automated HVLR (High Volume Range) monitors, suitable for high-volume applications from a safe distance ensuring safety of personnel, was demonstrated during a safety drill at the Pipeline Terminal of Indian Oil Corporation Limited at Vazhavandankottai here on Wednesday.

In the mock drill, led by Senior Terminal Manager R. Sujatha, which lasted for about half an hour, the employees, formed into teams for combat, manning control room and undertaking rescue operations, were on their feet to ‘control’ the heat impact.

The operation was carried out in an area encompassing two storage tanks of 3,455 kilolitres each. The HVLR ensured horizontal throw of water to a 60-metre distance and vertical throw to the extent of 25 metres and above, with easy maneuverability. The demonstration depicted simultaneous ‘control' of fire with jet at one storage tank, and cooling of the other close by with spray.

The HVLR monitors installed to combat full surface tank fires is capable of delivering 3,750 litres of foam solution per minute. The automated long range monitors were controlled from a safe distance by the personnel.

Right from entry to exit, all processes in the 'Tap of Point' Pipeline Terminal were automated and conducted with minimal or no human intervention, Ms.Sujatha explained, detailing the safety features.

The Terminal in a 65-acre area with a total storage capacity (gross) of 37,685 kilolitres was equipped with top loading points at each of the TLF (Tank Lorry Filler) gantries. The loading at TLF is regulated at the Control Room with passwords and master card. The TLF bays are equipped with online ethanol doping and online additive dosing for the branded fuels, and the Over Fill Detecting System in the batch controller unit integrated with alarm system detects the excess flow.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/now-automated-fire-combat-operation-at-iocl-terminal/article19461041.ece


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PonR meets Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal sir for the Rejuvenation and Revival of “Tiruchirapalli Engineering & Technology Cluster (TREAT)”

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TREAT Website: http://treatcluster.inhttp://treatcluster.in


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‘New integrated textile policy soon

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Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Monday said the government will formulate a new integrated textile policy for the State. Speaking at the National Hand Tex 2017 event to mark the third National Handloom Day, the Chief Minister made the announcement. He further said that the Ahimsa brand of silk sarees will be introduced in Co-Optex showrooms as per customers’ demands, and efforts are being taken to manufacture organically dyed cotton sarees in Dindigul, Vadambacheri in Coimbatore, and Manamedu in Tiruchi districts.

The Chief Minister said the handloom industry in the State was just behind agriculture in terms of providing employment. He also listed out various measures taken by the Tamil Nadu government for the welfare of handloom and powerloom weavers.

He added that the government had increased free power supply to handloom weaver from 100 units for two months to 200 units. About 964 out of 1,156 handloom weavers’ cooperatives were making profits as a result of the various schemes rolled out, he said.




source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/new-integrated-textile-policy-soon/article19449417.ece


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