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Vendor development programme on October 25

The MSME Development Institute, Chennai, in association with the Tiruchi District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association (TIDITSSIA), would conduct a State-level vendor development programme with BHEL, Tiruchi, for micro, small and medium enterprises on October 25.

The objective of the programme is to promote and develop, participation of MSMEs in the marketing development assistance and supply of products and services to central government departments and public sector enterprises, N. Kanagasabapathy, president, TIDITSSIA, said in a press release.

Vendors in steel fabrication and boiler components had scope to offer products and works such as fabrication of heavy structural columns, beams, doors, rails, stairs, pressure part machining items, heat treatment, hot dip galvanizing, ducting and bellows, blast cleaning and painting, punching, pressing and shearing. MSMEs in Tamil Nadu with Udyog Aadhaar registration can attend the programme.

The outsourcing requirements and vendor registration process of BHEL, Tiruchi, will be the focus of the programme. Presentations on marketing development assistance, public procurement policy, e-marketing and schemes for MSMEs would also form part of the event to be held at the Institution of Engineers Hall, near Ganesha Point in BHEL campus.

Participation is free but admission will be restricted to 60 persons on prior registration with MSME, Chennai, or TIDITSSIA, Tiruchi. For more details contact, N. Srinivasalu, Assistant Director, MSME-Development Institute, by dialling 9840152798 or N. Kanagasapathy, President, TIDITSSIA, by dialling 0431-2440119/9443142005

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 893080.ece


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Dalmia Cements bags Green Award

Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited, Dalmiapuram, has bagged Green Award-2016 from Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board for the second time.

The industry is the only cement plant and one among the three organisations in the State to be bestowed with the honour.

Thirty three organizations were short-listed, based on scrutiny of questionnaires from several participating units, this year.

R. A. Krishnakumar, Executive Director received the award from Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami during a function held at the Secretariat last week.

Dalmia Cements had also bagged the Energy Award from the Confederation of Indian Industry. The other awards include 5S Awards from Japanese agency ABK AOTS, Quality Circle Forum of India and Confederation of Indian Industry and 5 Star Award for Mines from Indian Bureau of Mines.

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Banana cultivation to be mechanised

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S.Uma, Director, NRCB, and other delegates taking a look at a prototype of conveyor system for transportation of banana bunches during the Foundation Day in Tiruchi recently. | Photo Credit: A. MURALITHARAN

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NRCB signs MoU with Kongunadu College of Engineering

The National Research Centre for Banana (NRCB) in Tiruchi has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kongunadu College of Engineering and Technology (KNCET), a private engineering college located at the banana-growing belt of Thottiyam in the district, to take up research projects to promote mechanisation in banana cultivation.

With India being the largest producer of banana with a production of 30 million tonnes, the NRCB has been taking various initiatives to promote banana cultivation and trade covering the entire gamut of banana supply chain in India starting from farm level production to post-harvest value addition and export.

However, India’s share in the world trade in banana is negligible. The signing of the MoU was part of the centre’s attempts to promote better cultivation practices in banana.

The agreement focuses on developing bio-sensors and imaging technology for pest detection, portable cable car conveyor system for the transportation of harvested bunches and to promote green technology through utilisation of solar power and other fields. The agreement also supports enlisting the students for internship and post graduate research programmes at NRCB.

According to scientists at NRCB, the college students with technical inputs from the centre have already developed a prototype of a conveyor system to transport harvested banana bunches in the field. However, it required certain improvements which would be taken up under the initiative.

Similarly, research will be taken up on bringing about certain improvements in solar dryers besides developing implements for paring banana suckers and other cultivation processes.

S. Uma, Director, NRCB, and PSK R. Periyasamy, Chairman, KNCET, signed the agreement on Wednesday. “We hope that the outcome of research initiatives will enhance farmers’ income,” Dr.Uma said.

Speaking on the occasion, Ezhilan, Chief Executive Officer, Greeners Agro Products India Pvt Ltd., elaborated on the way forward in export of banana using mechanisation in handling with the development of cable car conveyor, scientific post-harvest methods and packaging.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/banana-cultivation-to-be-mechanised/article19851280.ece


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A Very much needed one for Trichy

Hope and Pray that it becomes a Reality soon

If IBT comes up at Panchapur, then it will be so nice


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Institution of Engineers to hold seminar

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Tiruchi Local Centre (TLC) of The Institution of Engineers (India) has identified ‘Hybrid AC/DC power systems for effective utilisation of renewable energy’ as the topic for its national-level seminar here next month.

The two-day event on November 24 and 25 that will form part of the National Convention of Electrical Engineers, is expected to witness interaction amongst over 300 industry experts, academicians, practising engineers, researchers and consultants for sharing of experiences and identifying emerging technologies for research and development in Electrical Engineering, Program Convenor S. Dharmalingam, Past Chairman, TLC,IEI and retired General Manager, BHEL, Trichy, said in a press release.

BHEL, Tiruchirappalli, and the National Institute of Technology-Tiruchi are associated with the event to be conducted on the Institute premises. A technical exhibition will also be conducted as part of the programme.

More details of the event are available in the websites: www.ieitiruchi.org and www.nitt.edu.

Details will be provided over phone: 0431-2554285, as well. The Convenor (9443342066) and Co-Convenor N. Kumaresan, Associate Professor, Department of EEE, NIT-T (9443329322) can also be contacted for further information.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/institution-of-engineers-to-hold-seminar/article19794659.ece


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NSIC Trichy conducts Special Vendor Development Program for SC-ST Entrepreneurs

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Eyeing at facilitating awareness among the Medium and Small Enterprises of the region, the National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) recently conducted a day long Special Vendor Development Program for SC and ST entrepreneurs.

The branch office organized the program in collaboration with Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Tamil Nadu.

The main focus of the program was to impart knowledge of the different NSIC Schemes.

Also sessions focussing on different themes including Public Procurement Policy, vendor registration procedure of BHEL, HAPP, Southern railway (GOLDERN ROCK), were conducted.

The entrepreneurs were also trained on obtaining UAM Registration as well as registering themselves on the MSME database.

During the inaugural session of the workshop, Vidya Sagar Singh, General Manager, South III , Chennai, NSIC informed about the various programs and schemes that his office offers.

Different industry bodies including DICCI, Tiruchirappalli District Tiny & Small Scale Industries Association, Trichy (TDTSSIA) as well as officials from BHEL and HAPP Trichy were a part of the event.

Addressing the entrepreneurs, DarmaLingam DGM, BHEL explained the about vendor registration procedure Of Bharath Heavy Electrical limited (BHEL). He also distributed the required application forms to the participating medium and small enterprises during the event. (KNN/ DA)



source: http://knnindia.co.in/news/newsdetails/sectors/nsic-trichy-conducts-special-vendor-development-program-for-sc-st-entrepreneurs


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BHEL's Trichy Ancillary Units seek rehabilitation package from lenders


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Engineering ancillary units around the Bharat Heavy Electricals factory in Trichy -beset by mounting losses and debt -are seeking a rehabilitation package from lenders that will allow them to bid for their share of orders from the public sector unit that is seeing a steady rise in business in recent months.

n a memorandum to the finance ministry, seen by ET, the small units have requested a cluster rehabilitation programme.

It entails moratorium on principal repayment on term loans for 18 months, additional working capital for executing orders, and stalling loan recovery action by the banks.

"What we need is a helping hand from the banks. Just as the situation brightens up, we are hoping we will not be curtailed by their actions," said Ashok Sundaresan S, president of BHEL Small and Medium Enterprises Association, Trichy .


Nearly all of the 500 units clustered around the Trichy plant are small-scale units, taking orders of welding, machining, fabrication and other engineering work for over four decades. Several units have been declared sick and about a hundred are in danger of being declared as "non-performing".

However, the improved order book posi tion for BHEL announced by its managing director Atul Sobti at the company's annual general meeting last week has buoyed the spirits of the beleaguered ancillaries who expect a turnaround in their fortunes as well. Sobti said BHEL ended fiscal 2016-17 with an enhanced order book of Rs 1.05 lakh crore for execution in the current fiscal and beyond



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Training in garment manufacturing

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The MSME Development Institute, Chennai, and Tiruchi District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association will conduct an entrepreneurship skill development programme in garments manufacturing in Tiruchi from October 3.

The 30-day camp is open to candidates in the age group of 25 to 35 with a minimum qualification of a pass in SSLC. Preference will be given to candidates from backward and SC communities and women.

The programme will cover types of threads, stitches and finishes, types of fabric, measurement charts, pattern-making, cutting and stitching. Interested persons can apply with two passport size photographs at the TIDITSSIA office at Ariyamangalam in the city.

For more details, dial 0431-2440119 or 2440114, a press release said.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/training-in-garment-manufacturing/article19760057.ece


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