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TRAINING COURSES

FOR
SERICULTURE SECTOR
IN
CENTRAL SILK BOARD




CALENDAR
2014-15











CENTRAL SILK BOARD
(Ministry of Textiles Govt. of India)
BTM Layout, Madivala, Bangalore 560 068, INDIA.


. copies
April, 2014,


Publisher
Smt. Ishita Roy, IAS, Member Secretary,
Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India,
CSB Complex, BTM Layout, 100 Ft Ring Road
Madiwala, Bangalore - 560 068


Coordinator, CSB Academic Affairs
Sri C. J. Prabhakar, Scientist-D


Compilation and Edition
Dr. K. Mohan Rao, Scientist-C,


Printing Coordination
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C O N T E N T S

Sl.No Particulars Page
1 Introduction
2 Institutes conducting Training Programmes
i) Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Mysore, Karnataka
ii) Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Berhampore, West Bengal
iii) Central Tasar Research & Training Institute, Ranchi, Jharkhand
iv) Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Pampore, J & K
* Regional Sericultural Research Station, Sahaspur, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
* Regional Sericultural Research Station, Miransahib, Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir
v) Central Muga and Eri Research & Training Institute, Lahdoigarh, Assam
vi) Central Silk Technological Research Institute, Bangalore, Karnataka
vii) Muga Silkworm Seed Organisation, Central Silk Board, Guwahati, Assam
viii) Silkworm Seed Technology Laboratory, Kodathi, Bangalore, Karnataka
ix) Basic Tasar Silkworm Seed Organisation, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
x) Training Division under Corporate and Enterprise Development Cell,
Central Silk Board, Bangalore




Introduction

Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India is endowed with the overall
responsibility of developing the silk industry in the country. Research and Training are the key functions of
its major Research Institutes and Regional Stations. Besides, they conduct various training programmes for
the development of human resources. These programmes are well designed to meet the specific needs of
each sector to provide latest information on technologies and the skills to extension personnel and
stakeholders for ensuring effective transfer.

These institutes possess the required facilities for research & training programmes supported by well
equipped laboratories, libraries, class rooms, hostels and qualified faculty. The training courses cover all the
topics from cultivation of silkworm food plants, raising of cocoon crops to production and processing of
yarn and fabric - both mulberry and non-mulberry (Vanya) sericulture. They include regular Post-Graduate
Diploma Course (Mulberry and Non-Mulberry) down to Capsule Courses and other Development Training
Programmes under different schemes. Tailor-made Training Courses on specific subjects are also organized
on specific requests from States. Besides, the Training Division of the CSB Headquarters organizes certain
Specialized Training Programmes for the benefit of various stakeholders. Some of the training programmes
are conducted at their Regional Research Stations too.

The Training Programmes at CSR&TI, Mysore and Training Division of CSB Headquarters confer
to ISO 9001:2008 standards. The course of Post-Graduate Diploma in Sericulture (Mulberry) at CSR&TI,
Berhampore (West Bengal) is affiliated to the University of Kalyani, Kalyani, West Bengal. And, the course
of Post-Graduate Diploma in Sericulture (Non-Mulberry) at CTR&TI, Ranchi (Jharkhand) is affiliated to
Ranchi University, Ranchi, Jharkhand. The details of the Training Programmes conducted by various
Institutes of the Central Silk Board during the year 2014-15 are enumerated below:

Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Mysore, Karnataka

Address Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Central Silk Board, Srirampuram,
Manandavadi Road, Mysore South, MYSORE 570 008, Karnataka.

Contact
Persons
Dr. V.Sivaprasad, Director;
Phone : 0821-2362757
Fax: 0821-2362845
Email : csrtimys.csb@nic.in

Dr S D Sharma, Scientist-D;
Principal Coordinator & Head, Training Division:
Ph : 0821- 2362992
Email:sdsharma_csb@yahoo.co.in
PABX - 0821-2362406 Email : trg.csrtimys.csb@nic.in Website : www.csrtimys.res.in

I Certificate Courses
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content


Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka

Course Coordinator : Sri C Parameshwara and Dr S D Sharma
1. Intensive
Bivoltine
Training

1
(One)
21-7-14 to 24-8-14
(35 Days)
10 1200 Importance of Bivoltine Sericulture,
Production of quality leaves through
improved Cultivation Packages,
Disinfection and Hygiene in Bivoltine
Silkworm Rearing, Rearing
Technology Package, Management of
Diseases and Pests in Mulberry and
Silkworm


II. Management Development Programme (MDP) *

a) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh
Course Coordinators : Dr S D Sharma and Dr R S Katiyar
1 Refresher
Course
(for
DOS/CSB
Officials)
2
(Two)
14-7-14 to 18-7-14
10-2-15 to 14-2-15
(5 Days)
15 --
Soil Fertility Management, Mulberry
varieties, Package of Practices,
Vermin-Compost, Silkworm Breeds,
Mulberry and Silkworm Crop
Protection and Mechanization in
Sericulture

b) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinator : Dr R S Katiyar and Dr S N Pallavi
2 Chawki
Rearing
(for CSB/DOS
Technical
Staff)
2
(Two)
22-09-14 to 29-09-14
22-01-15 to 29-01-15
(8 Days)
15 --
Chawki Silkworm Rearing,
Disinfection and Hygiene,
Organisation of Commercial CRC,
Maintenance of Chawki Garden, Pest
and Disease Control

c) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr S N Pallavi and Dr V N Sudha
3 Integrated Pest
and Disease
Management
1
(One)
17-06-14 to 21-06-14
(5 Days)
10 --
Disinfection, Selection of
disinfectants, Estimation, Preparation,
Disinfection of Rearing House,
Silkworm Diseases and Their
Management, Hygiene, Bed
Disinfectants, Mulberry Diseases and
Their Management, Mulberry Pests-
Tukra & Leaf Roller and Their
Management, Silkworm Pests:
Uzifly, IPM to control Uzifly

d) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinator : Dr Satish Verma and Sri C Parameshwara
4 Mechanization
in Sericulture;
Maintenance
of Equipment
1
(One)
18-11-14 to 21-11-14
(5 Days)
10 --
Introduction to Mechanisation in
Sericulture, Mulberry Plantation for
Mechanised Sericulture, Operation &
Maintenance of CRC Equipment and
Machines, Equipment for Inter-
Cultural Operations.

e) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Sri C Parameswara and Dr S D Sharma
5 Late age
Silkworm
Rearing

1
(One)
18-09-14 to 27-09-14
(10 Days)
10 --
Late-age Rearing Shoot Rearing
Technology, Disinfection & Hygiene
Maintenance, Pest & Disease Control,
Spinning and Mounting Technology
etc.

f) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr S N Pallavi and Dr S D Sharma
6 Extension
Management
1
(One)
15-12-14 to 19-12 14
(5 Days)
10 -- Extension Programme Planning &
Management, PRA Tehniques, Role of
NGOs, SHGs, Quality Clubs, Motivation &
Leadesrship, Adoption & Diffusion of
Innovations.



III. Technology Upgradation Programme for Farmers (TUP) *

a) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr R S Katiyar and Sri C Parameshwara
1 Chawki
Rearing
(for
Farmers)
9
(Nine)
19-06-14 to 26-06-14
21-07-14 to 28-07-14
18-08-14 to 25-08-14
01-09-14 to 08-09-14
27-10-14 to 03-11-14
20-11-14 to 28-11-14
01-01-15 to 08-01-15
12-02-14 to 19-02-15
16-03-15 to 23-03-15
(8 Days)
15 --
Chawki Silkworm Rearing,
Disinfection and Hygiene,
Organisation of Commercial CRC,
Maintenance of Chawki Garden, Pest
and Disease Control

b) Sponsored by DOS, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh
Course Coordinators : Dr S D Sharma , Dr R S Katiyar, Dr S N Pallavi and Sri C Parameswara
2 Late Are
Silkworm
Rearing (for
farmers)
3
(Three)
07-08-14 to 16-08-2014
12-12-14 to 21-12-2014
26-03-15 to 04-04-2015
(10 Days)

15 --
Late Age Rearing - Shoot Rearing
Technology, Disinfection & Hygiene
Maintenance, Pest and Disease
Control, Spinning and Mounting
Technology etc.

c) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Sri C Parameswara and Dr R S Katiyar
3 Mulberry
cultivation
and Organic
Farming
4
(Four)
19-05-14 to 23-05-14
14-07-14 to 18-07-14
10-11-14 to 14-11-14
02-02-15 to 06-02-15
(5 Days)
15 --
Preparation of nursery, Raising of
saplings, Pit and trench plantation,
Package of practices, Mulberry pest
and disease management,
Composting and vermin-composting,
Growing green manuring crops, Bio-
fertilizers Azotobacter,
Azospirullum, VAM, Phosphate
Solubilizing Micro-organisms /
Bacteria (PSM / PSB),

d) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr S N Pallavi and Sri C Parameshwara
4 Integrated Pest
and Disease
Management

4
(Four)
14-07-14 to 18-07-14
22-09-14 to 26-09-14
01-12-14 to 05-12-14
24-03-15 to 28-03-15
(5 Days)

10 --
Disinfection, Selection of
disinfectants, Estimation, Preparation,
Disinfection of rearing house,
Silkworm diseases and management
of hygiene, Bed disinfectants,
Mulberry diseases and their
management, Mulberry pests Tukra
and Leaf Roller and their
management, Silkworm pests, Uzi
Fly, IPM to control Uzi Fly

e) Sponsored by DOS, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr Satish Verma and Sri C Parameshwara
5 Mechanisation
in Sericulture
and
Maintenance
of equipment
2
(Two)
23-06-14 to 27-06-14
10-11-14 to 14-11-14
(4 Days)

10 --
Introduction to mechanisation in
sericulture, Mulberry plantation for
mechanised sericulture, Operation
and maintenance of CRC equipment
and Machines for intercultural
operations.


IV. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) *

a) Nominations by units of DOS/CSB, Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Sri C Parameswara and Dr S D Sharma
1. Commercial
Chawki
Rearing
4
(Four)
31-07-14 to 14-08-14
06-10-14 to 20-10-14
10-12-14 to 24-12-14
22-01-15 to 05-02-15
23-02-14 to 09-03-15
CSRTI, Mysore
(15 Days)
15 -- Commercial Chawki Silkworm Rearing,
Disinfection & Hygiene, Organisation of
Commercial CRC, Maintenance of Chawki
Garden, Pest & Disease Control, Managerial
Inputs including HRD and Preparation of
Project for Financial Assistance.

b) Nominations by units of DOS/CSB, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr R S Katiyar, Sri C Parameshwara, Sri Sathyanarayana Raju, Dr Chikkanna, Dr
Mallikarjuna and Dr K L Rajanna
3 Mulberry
Cultivation
and Seed
Multiplication
4
(Four)
14-07-14 to 28-07-14
RSRS, Ananthapur
14-07-14 to 28-07-14
RSRS. Salem (TN)
14-07-14 to 28-07-14
RSRS, Kodathi
14-07-14 to 28-07-14
RSRS, Chamarajanagar
10-11-14 to 24-11-14
CSRTI, Mysore
(15 Days)
15 -- Preparation of Bio-formulations like Raksha,
Nursery Guard, Bionema, Compomix,
Chetak etc) used for the Control of Root
Diseases of Mulberry, Composting and
Vermi-Composting Techniques for
Conversion of Seri-waste in to value added
manure, Managerial inputs including HRD
and Preparation of Project for Financial
Assistance.

d) Nominations by units of DOS/CSB, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Sri C Parameshwara, Dr R S Katiyar, Dr Chikkanna, Sri Sathyanarayana Raju and Dr K L
Rajanna.
4 Quality
Bivoltine
Cocoon
Production
4
(Four)
11-08-14 to 25-08-14
RSRS, Salem
14-08-14 to 28-08-14
RSRS, Kodathi
14-08-14 to 28-08-14
RSRS, Ananthapur
16-08-14 to 30-08-14
CSRTI, Mysore
27-10-14 to 10-11-14
CSRTI, Mysore
(15 Days)
15 -- Incubation of eggs, Black boxing, hatching,
Chawki rearing, Late age rearing, silkworm
disease and pest management, disinfection
and hygiene, mounting, spinning
harvesting, cocoon assessment.
Transporting and marketing

e) Sponsored by DOS, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Course Coordinators : Dr S N Pallavi, Dr S D Sharma, Sri Sathyanarayana Raju, Dr K L Rajanna and Dr
Mallikarjuna
5 Cocoon
Handicrafts
4
(Four)
01-09-14 to 15-09-14
RSRS, Ananthapur
01-09-14 to 15-09-14
RSRS, Kodathi
08-09-14 to 22-09-14
RSRS, Salem
08-12-14 to 22-12-14
RSRS, Chamarajanagar
28-12-14 to 09-01-15
CSRTI, Mysore
(15 Days)
15 -- Selection of Cut Cocoons, Selection of
Dyes, Preparation of Dye for Colouring the
Cocoon, Cutting of Cocoons,

Preparation of different Types of flowers,
Arrangement of flowers in vases,
Preparation of garlands, Preparation of
greeting cards, Wall plates,
* Dates for ISDS training are tentative and subject to change.
V. Need Based Training Programmes
The need based training programmes shall be conducted based on the request made to the Director, CSRTI, Mysore with subject,
duration and number of trainees.
Note : The participants are requested to confirm their participation in the programme well in advance.
Training Programmes of Nested Units of CSRTI, Mysore
FARMERS TRAINING PROGRAMME UNDER CSS-2109 (TUP) FOR 2014-15
CENTRE : RSRS CHAMARAJANAGAGRA (KARNATAKA)
Sl.
No
Name of the Course Batches Month/Year Farmers Course co-ordinators
1 Organic farming I August, 2014 15 Dr. K. Srikantaswamy
II October, 2014 15
2 Silkworm reraing management I August, 2014 15 Dr. R. Meenal
II November, 2014 15
3 Tree plantation and soil
moisture
conservation practices
I September, 2014 15 Dr. K. Srikantaswamy
II December, 2014 15
III January, 2015 15
4 Silkworm crop protection I September, 2014 15 Dr. R. Meenal
II December, 2014 15
TOTAL 9 135
UNITS UNDER THE CONTROL OF RSRS, CHAMRAJANAGARA
1. REC-SUB UNIT, KINAKAHALLI
1 Silkworm rearaing
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. K. C. Mahalingappa
2 Organic farming I October, 2014 15 Mr. K. C. Mahalingappa
3 Silkworm crop protection I December, 2014 15 Mr. K. C. Mahalingappa
TOTAL 3 45
CENTRE : RSRS, SALEM (TAMILNADU)
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I June, 2014 15 Dr. J. Ravikumar
II November, 2014 15
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I July, 2014 15 MR. S. Rajakumar
II December, 2014 15
3 Mulberry crop protection I August, 2014 15 Mr. R. Vijayakumar
II December, 2014 15
4 Silkworm crop protection I September, 2014 15 Mr. S. Rajakumar
II January, 2015 15
5 Soil fertility management I October, 2014 15 Dr. J. Ravikumar
II February, 2015 15
TOTAL 10 150
UNITS UNDER THE CONTROL OF RSRS, SALEM
1. REC,GOBICHETTIPALAYAM
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I June, 2014 15 Dr. N. Dhahira Beevi
II November, 2014 15
2 Disinfection &disease I July, 2014 15 Mr. A. Mani
management
II December, 2014 15 Mr.T. Thirunavukarasu
3 Mulberry crop protection I August, 2014 15 Mr. A. Mani
II December, 2014 15 Dr. N. Dhahira Beevi
4 Silkworm crop protection I September,2014 15 Mr. A. Mani
II January, 2015 15 Mr. T. Thirunavukarasu
5 Soil fertility management I October, 2014 15 Dr. N. Dhahira Beevi
II February, 2015 15 Mr. T. Thirunavukarasu
TOTAL 10 150
2. REC, SAMAYANALLUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I June, 2014 15 Mr. A.G.K. Daniel
II November, 2014 15 Mr. T. Sivasubramanian
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I July, 2014 15 Mr. T. Sivasubramanian
II December, 2014 15 Mr. A.G.K. Daniel
3 Mulberry crop protection I August, 2014 15 Mr. A.G.K. Daniel
II December, 2014 15 Mr. T. Sivasubramanian
4 Silkworm crop protection I September,2014 15 Mr. T. Sivasubramanian
II January, 2015 15 Mr. A.G.K. Daniel
5 Soil fertility management I October, 2014 15 Mr. A.G.K. Daniel
II February, 2015 15 Mr. T. Sivasubramanian
TOTAL 10 150
3. REC, SRIVILLIPUTTUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I June, 2014 15 Mr. B. Mohan
II November, 2014 15 Dr. N. Sakthivel
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I July, 2014 15 Dr. N. Sakthivel
II December, 2014 15 Mr. B. Mohan
3 Mulberry crop protection I August, 2014 15 Mr. B. Mohan
II December, 2014 15 Dr. N. Sakthivel
4 Silkworm crop Protection I September,2014 15 Dr. N. Sakthivel
II January, 2015 15 Mr. B. Mohan
5 Soil fertility management I October, 2014 15 Mr. B. Mohan
II February, 2015 15 Dr. N. Sakthivel
TOTAL 10 150
4. REC, PALAKKAD (KERALA)
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I June, 2014 15 Smt. K. Sarala
II November, 2014 15 Smt. M. Siamala
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I July, 2014 15 Smt. M. Siamala
II December, 2014 15 Smt. K. Sarala
3 Mulberry crop protection I August, 2014 15 Smt. K. Sarala
II December, 2014 15 Smt. M. Siamala
4 Silkworm Crop Protection I September,2014 15 Smt. M. Siamala
II January, 2015 15 Smt. K. Sarala
5 Soil fertility management I October, 2014 15 Smt. K. Sarala
II February, 2015 15 Smt. M. Siamala
TOTAL 10 150
5. REC, UDUMALAIPETTAI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I June, 2014 15 Dr. P.Samuthiravelu
II November, 2014 15
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I July, 2014 15 Dr. Chandrasekaran
II December, 2014 15
3 Mulberry crop protection I August, 2014 15 Smt. G. Punithavathi
II December, 2014 15
III February, 2015 15 Dr. P.Samuthiravelu
4 Silkworm crop Protection I September,2014 15 Dr. C.M.Babu
II January, 2015 15
III February, 2015 15 Smt. G. Punithavathi
5 Soil fertility management I October, 2014 15 Shri. R. Anbazhagan
II February, 2015 15
TOTAL 12 180
6. REC, KRISHNAGIRI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. S.Masilamani
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I June, 2014 15 Dr. S.Masilamani
II January, 2015 15
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. S.Balasaraswathi
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. S.Balasaraswathi
5 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Dr. S.Masilamani
TOTAL 6 90
7. REC- SU, AVINASHI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. A.M. Babu
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I June, 2014 15 Dr. A.M. Babu
II January, 2015 15
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. Isac Joseph
II November, 2014 15 Dr. A.M. Babu
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. Isac Joseph
5 Soil fertility management I December, 2014 15 Dr. Isac Joseph
TOTAL 7 105
8. REC- SU, KALPETTA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Smt. P.V. Soudamini
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I June, 2014 15 Smt. P.V. Soudamini
3 I July, 2014 15 Smt. P.V. Soudamini
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Smt. P.V. Soudamini
5 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Smt. P.V. Soudamini
TOTAL 5 75
9. REC- SU, TRICHY
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr.N.G.Selvaraju
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I June, 2014 15 Mr.N.G.Selvaraju
3 I July, 2014 15 Mr.N.G.Selvaraju
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr.N.G.Selvaraju
5 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Mr.N.G.Selvaraju
TOTAL 5 75
10. REC- SU, VANIYAMBADI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. O.K.Gopinath
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I June, 2014 15 Mr. O.K.Gopinath
3 I July, 2014 15 Mr. O.K.Gopinath
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. O.K.Gopinath
5 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Mr. O.K.Gopinath
TOTAL 5 75
11. REC- SU, BERIGAI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. Y. Humayun Sharief
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I June, 2014 15 Mr. Y. Humayun Sharief
3 I July, 2014 15 Mr. Y. Humayun Sharief
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. Y. Humayun Sharief
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Mr. Y. Humayun Sharief
TOTAL 5 75
FARMERS TRAINING PROGRAMME UNDERCSS-2109 TUP
UNITS UNDER THE CONTROL OF CSRTI, MYSORE
1. REC, BARAMATI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I January, 2015 15 Mr. Ramprakash
2 Disinfection & silkworm
disease management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. Ramprakash
II October, 2014 15
3 Mulberry cultivation and pest I September, 2014 15 Mr. Ramprakash
management
II November, 2014 15
4 Soil fertility management I December, 2014 15 Mr. Ramprakash
TOTAL 6 90
2. REC, AMRAVATI
1 Silkworm rearing and disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Mr. R. V. Kushwaha
II November, 2014 15
2 Mulberry cultivation and
disease management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. R. V. Kushwaha
II September, 2014 15
TOTAL 4 60
3. REC- SU, Maddur
1 Silkworm rearing and disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Dr. V. B. Mathur
II November, 2014 15
2 Mulberry cultivation and
disease management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. V. B. Mathur
TOTAL 3 45
4. REC- SU, SHIVAMOGGA
1 Silkworm rearing and disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Dr. H. Jayaram
2 Mulberry cultivation and
disease management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. H. Jayaram
TOTAL 2 30
5. REC, HOSHANGABAD (M.P.)
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I January, 2015 15 Mr.R K. Khare
2 Disinfection &disease
management
I November, 2014 15 Mr.R K. Khare
3 I August, 2014 15 Mr.R K. Khare
4 Silkworm rearing and disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Mr.R K. Khare
5 Soil fertility management I December, 2014 15 Mr.R K. Khare
TOTAL 5 75
6. REC, PARBHANI
1 Mulberry Cultivation and pest
management
I October, 2014 15 Mr. A .Karande
2 Disinfection & silkworm
disease management
I November, 2014 15 Mr. A .Karande
TOTAL 2 30
7. REC-SU,AURANGABAD
1 Disinfection &disease
management
I November, 2014 15 Dr. Rahul Singh
2 Silkworm rearing & disease
Management
I October, 2014 15 Dr. Rahul Singh
3 Mulberry cultivation and
disease management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Rahul Singh
4 Soil fertility management I December, 2014 15 Dr. Rahul Singh
TOTAL 4 60
8. REC- SU, JALANA
1 Disinfection &disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Dr. K. B. Rajput
2 Silkworm rearing & disease
Management
I November, 2014 15 Dr. K. B. Rajput
3 Mulberry cultivation and
disease management
I December, 2014 15 Dr. K. B. Rajput
4 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Dr. K. B. Rajput
5 Integrated nutrient
management
I February, 2015 15 Dr. K. B. Rajput
TOTAL 5 75
9. REC- SU, BURHANPUR (M. P.)
1 Silkworm rearing and disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Dr. P. Shukla
2 Mulberry cultivation and pests
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. P. Shukla
3 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Dr. P. Shukla
TOTAL 3 45
10. REC- SU, OSMANBAD
1 Silkworm rearing and disease
management
I October, 2014 15 Dr. A. P. Bagde
2 Mulberry cultivation and pests
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. A. P. Bagde
3 Soil fertility management I January, 2015 15 Dr. A. P. Bagde
TOTAL 3 45
CENTRE : RSRS, ANANTHAPUR (ANDHRA PRADESH)
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 DR. Subramanya Reddy
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I July, 2014 15 Dr. N. Shivarami Reddy
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. M. Raghupathi
4 Silkworm crop Protection I October, 2014 15 Mr.V. Arumugam
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Mr. M. A. Shanthan Babu
TOTAL 5 75
UNITS UNDER THE CONTROL OF RSRS, ANANTAPUR
1. REC, MADAKASIRA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Kashi Reddy
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. Kashi Reddy
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. Kashi Reddy
4 Silkworm crop Protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. Kashi Reddy
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. Kashi Reddy
TOTAL 5 75
2. REC, RAYACHOTI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Vidyan Mala
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. Vidyan Mala
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. Vidyan Mala
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. Vidyan Mala
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. Vidyan Mala
TOTAL 5 75
3. REC, VIKARABAD
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. B. N. Murthy
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. B. N. Murthy
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. B. N. Murthy
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. B. N. Murthy
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. B. N. Murthy
TOTAL 5 75
4. REC, V. KOTA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. T. Mogili
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. T. Mogili
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. T. Mogili
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. T. Mogili
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. T. Mogili
TOTAL 5 75
5. REC, ELURU
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. M. V. Rao
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. M. V. Rao
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. M. V. Rao
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. M. V. Rao
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. M. V. Rao
TOTAL 5 75
6. REC, KALYANDURGAM
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. B. Vijaya Naidu
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. B. Vijaya Naidu
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. B. Vijaya Naidu
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. B. Vijaya Naidu
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. B. Vijaya Naidu
TOTAL 5 75
7. REC- SU, BIDAR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Eshwar
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. Eshwar
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. Eshwar
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. Eshwar
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. Eshwar
TOTAL 5 75
8. REC- SU, PENUKONDA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. A. Venugopal
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. A. Venugopal
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. A. Venugopal
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. A. Venugopal
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. A. Venugopal
TOTAL 5 75
9. CPC, HINDUPUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. M. P. Reddy
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. M. P. Reddy
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. M. P. Reddy
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. M. P. Reddy
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. M. P. Reddy
TOTAL 5 75
10. REC- CPC, PALMANER
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. G. V. Prasad
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. G. V. Prasad
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. G. V. Prasad
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. G. V. Prasad
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. G. V. Prasad
TOTAL 5 75
11. REC- SU, GIDDALUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. N. B. Chowdary
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. N. B. Chowdary
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. N. B. Chowdary
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. N. B. Chowdary
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. N. B. Chowdary
TOTAL 5 75
12. REC- SU, SURYA PET
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. P. Srinivasulu Reddy
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. P. Srinivasulu Reddy
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. P. Srinivasulu Reddy
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. P. Srinivasulu Reddy
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. P. Srinivasulu Reddy
TOTAL 5 75
13. REC- SU, CHEBROLU
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. T.V.S. Srinivasa Rao
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. T.V.S. Srinivasa Rao
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. T.V.S. Srinivasa Rao
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. T.V.S. Srinivasa Rao
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. T.V.S. Srinivasa Rao
TOTAL 5 75
14. REC- SU, ATMAKUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. P. Venkataramana
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. P. Venkataramana
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. P. Venkataramana
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. P. Venkataramana
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. P. Venkataramana
TOTAL 5 75
15. REC- SU, METAPALLY
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. B .V. Sanjeeva Rao
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. B .V. Sanjeeva Rao
3 Mulberry crop protection I July, 2014 15 Dr. B .V. Sanjeeva Rao
4 Silkworm crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. B .V. Sanjeeva Rao
5 Soil fertility management I November, 2014 15 Dr. B .V. Sanjeeva Rao
TOTAL 5 75
CENTRE : RSRS, KODATHI, BANGALORE (KARNATAKA)
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Ambika
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. P. Sudhakar Rao
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. K. L. Philomena
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. Shivashankar
TOTAL 4 60
UNITS UNDER THE CONTROL OF RSRS, KODATHI, BANGALORE
1. REC, BIDERAGUPPE
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr V Laxmanan
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr V Laxmanan
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr V Laxmanan
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Dr V Laxmanan
TOTAL 4 60
2. REC, CHITRADURGA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. Umesh
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. Umesh
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. Umesh
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. Umesh
TOTAL 4 60
3. REC, MADIVALA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Morison
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. Morison
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. Morison
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Dr. Morison
TOTAL 4 60
4. REC-SU, KOPPAL
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. Sanath Kumar
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. Sanath Kumar
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. Sanath Kumar
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. Sanath Kumar
TOTAL 4 60
5. REC-SU, KANAKPURA
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. M. R. Subramaniyam
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. M. R. Subramaniyam
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. M. R. Subramaniyam
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Dr. M. R. Subramaniyam
TOTAL 4 60
6. REC-SU, TUMKUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. K. Vedavyasa
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. K. Vedavyasa
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. K. Vedavyasa
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. K. Vedavyasa
TOTAL 4 60
7. REC-SU, RANIBENNUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. M. K .Raghunath
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. M. K .Raghunath
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. M. K .Raghunath
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Dr. M. K .Raghunath
TOTAL 4 60
8. REC- SU, KUDALIGI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Dr. Raveendra mattighatti
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Dr. Raveendra mattighatti
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Dr. Raveendra mattighatti
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Dr. Raveendra mattighatti
TOTAL 4 60
9. REC-SU, SHIRAHATTI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. A. A. Shariff
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. A. A. Shariff
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. A. A. Shariff
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. A. A. Shariff
TOTAL 4 60
10. REC-SU, BIJAPUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. S. B. Arjune
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. S. B. Arjune
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. S. B. Arjune
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. S. B. Arjune
TOTAL 4 60
11. REC-SU, JAMKHANDI
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. G. M. Shivakumar
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. G. M. Shivakumar
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. G. M. Shivakumar
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. G. M. Shivakumar
TOTAL 4 60

12. CDC, Y. N. HOSAKOTE
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. Papaiah
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. Papaiah
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. Papaiah
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. Papaiah
TOTAL 4 60
13. REC- SU, SHAHAPUR
1 Integrated nutrient
management
I August, 2014 15 Mr. B. M. Krishnappa
2 Disinfection & disease
management
I September, 2014 15 Mr. B. M. Krishnappa
3 Mulberry crop protection I October, 2014 15 Mr. B. M. Krishnappa
4 Silkworm crop protection I November, 2014 15 Mr. B. M. Krishnappa
TOTAL 4 60



Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Berhampore, West Bengal

Address Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Central Silk Board,
BERHAMPORE-742 101, Murshidabad Dist. (West Bengal)
Contact
Persons
Dr. S. Nirmal Kumar, Director :
03482- 253967 / 251046
Email : csrtiber@gmail.com
Dr Mrinal Kumar Ghosh, Principal Coordinator,
Training Division
Phone: 03482- 253963;
Email : csrtiber@rediffmail.com; zakirayub@yahoo.com
EPBX- 03482- 253962 / 963 / 964 / 260646 Fax: 251233 /224689 Website : www.csrtiber.res.in

I Structured Course :
Sl.
No
Course Batch Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs)
Course Content

1. Post-Graduate
Diploma in
Sericulture
(Mulberry)
1
(One)
1-7-2014 to
30-9-2015

(Jul. 2014
to Sep. 15)
(15 mths)
30

*
Introductory Sericulture, Mulberry Cultivation,
Mulberry & Silkworm Crop Protection,
Mulberry Physiology, Mulberry & Silkworm
Breeding and Genetics, Silkworm Anatomy &
Physiology, Silkworm Seed Production,
Rearing and Post-Cocoon Technologies,
Extension Management, Economics &
Statistics, Hands on Computer and Marketing

Note : * Course Fee : Rs.5,000/- (DOS sponsored), Rs, 7,500/- (NGOs) and Rs. 10,000/-(Private)
No. of Seats : 30 seats [15 for DOS and NGO sponsored + 15 open pool] on convertible basis
Eligibility : B.Sc with Sericulture, Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry or Agriculture as optional
subjects with an aggregate of 45% marks (40% in case of SC & ST).

II Capsule Courses:
A. Management Development Programme (MDP)
Target Group : Scientists/ Officers /Technical staff of CSB and DOS of Eastern & NE States

Sl.
No
Course Batch Schedule & Duration Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Refresher
course
1
(One)
22-09-14 to 26-09-14
(5 Days)
20 150

2 Refresher
course
1
(One)
10-11-14 to 14-11-14
(5 Days)
20 150

Modern package and practices
for mulberry cultivation and
silkworm rearing.

B. Skill Upgradation Programme (SUP)
Target Group : Farmers of Eastern and North-eastern states
Sl.
No
Course Batch Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Mulberry
varieties,
cultivation
techniques and
vermi-
composting
2
(Two)
1-07-14 to 15-07-14
and
18-08-14 to 22-08-14
(5 Days)
20 150 Mulberry distribution, Selection of
mulberry variety, Method of raising
cuttings, saplings, Leaf quality and
quantity, Recommended varieties, Types of
soil, Propagation, Planting System, Use of
bio-fertilizers, Package of practices, Green
manure, PGR, Vermi-compost preparation
and its application in field etc

2 Chawki
silkworm
2
(Two)
07-07-14 to 16-07-14
and
20 150
Concept of chawki silkworm rearing,
package of practices of chawki garden,


rearing 08-12-14 to 17-12-14
(10 Days)
modern techniques for chawki rearing,
concept of cooperative CRC, rearing
methods,l care during moult,
requirement of environmental
conditions in rearing house and its
manipulation, certification and
distribution of chawki worms.

3 Integrated
disease and
pest
management-
components
and concept.
2
(Two)
25-08-14 to 29-08-14
and
05-01-15 to 09-01-15
(5 Days)
20 150
Prevalence of diseases and pests of
mulberry and silkworms, symptoms,
control measures and economics.

III. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
Target Group : Farmers of Eastern and North-eastern states

Sl.
No
Course Batch Schedule & Duration Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Mulberry
cultivation
8
(Eight)
12-05-14 to 26-05-14,
21-7-14 to 04-08-14,
18-08-14 to 01-09-14,
01-09-14 to 15-09-14
and
13-10-14 to 27-10-14.
(15 Days)
15 Nil
Mulberry distribution, selection of
mulberry variety, method of raising
cuttings, saplings, leaf quality and
quantity, recommended varieties,
types of soil, propagation, planting
system, use of bio-fertiliser, package
of practices, green manure and PGR
etc.

2 Commercial
silkworm
rearing
8
(Eight)
02-06-14 to 16-06-14,
01-09-14 to 15-09-14,
15-09-14 to 29-09-14,
10-1114 to 24-11-14
and
16-02-15 to 02-03-15.
(15 Days)
15 Nil
Shoot rearing technique, moulting and
mounting care, cocooning structure,
cocoon sorting and assessment.
3 Cocoon
reeling and
spinning
4
(Four)
01-07-14 to 15-07-14,
21-07-14 to 04-08-14,
17-11-14 to 01-12-14
and
11-02-2015 to 25-02-2015
(15 Days)
15 Nil
Need for adoption of improved
technologies, spinning of silk waste,
model problems and solution, role of
water on cocoon cooking and reeling,
introduction of different government
schemes including CPP and its post-
cocoon components, practice on
reeling, re-reeling, lacing, skeining,
booking, reeling economics, general
concept on health and precaution
during reeling, cocoon marketing rules
and acts, method of price fixation etc.





Central Tasar Research and Training Institute, Ranchi, Jharkhand

Address Central Tasar Research and Training Institute, Central Silk Board, Piska Nagri,
Ranchi-834 303. (Jharkhand)
Contact Persons Dr Alok Sahay,
Director
Phone : 0651- 2775815
Fax : 0651- 2775629
Dr A H Naqvi, Scientist-D
Principal Coordinator & Head, Training Division
Phone: 0651- 2775841
Email : ctrtitrg@gmail.com
Website: www.ctrtiranchi.co.in

I Structured Course :
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.) *
Course Content

1. Post-Graduate
Diploma in
Sericulture
(Non -Mulberry)

[Affiliated to
Ranchi Univ.
Ranchi]
1 July 2014
September
2015
(15 months)
20 10,000/- Non- Mulberry Host Plant Morphology,
Improvement, Cultivation and Protection;
Silkworm Morphology, Physiology, Breeding
and Genetics, Rearing; Seed Production and
Protection, Post-cocoon Technology,
Extension, Economics, Statistics and
Sericulture Management.
* Course Fee : 50% concession for DOS /NGO sponsored candidates.
Eligibility : Graduate in Biological Sciences (Botany/Zoology/Sericulture/Agriculture) from a recognized University.
Experience in Sericulture is desirable
Age limit: Below 40 years for Govt/NGO sponsored candidates and 30 years for open seats on the date of commencement
of the course.

II Capsule Courses:
A. Training Programmes under Enterprise Promotion and Training Component
(XII Plan R&D Central Sector Scheme Training Initiatives)
Sl
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats /
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

I Management Development Programme (MDP)

Target Group : Technical/Field Staff of CSB & DOS
Programme Location : CTRTI, Ranchi
1 Tasar Silkworm Seed
Production and Rearing
Technology

1
(One)
June/ July
2014
(6 Days)
25 CSB
Sponsor
ed


Model Grainage Concepts; Disinfection;
Seed Cocoon Selection & Preservation;
Grainage Operations; Mother Moth
Examination, Egg washing &
Disinfection. Host Plant Maintenance;
Chawki Garden; Young & Late Age
Rearing of Tasar Silkworm; Management
of Silkworm Diseases, Pests and
Predators.
II Skill Up-gradation Programme (SUP)
Target Group : Farmers, Unemployed Youth and Rural Women from Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh,
West Bengal and Maharashtra
Programme Location : CTRTI, Ranchi and its nested units RTRSs / RECs
1 Host Plant Maintenance,
Silkworm Seed Production
& Rearing Technology
20
(Twenty)
June 2014 -
March 2015
(5 Days)
25 CSB
Spons
ored


Nursery Raising & Maintenance of Tasar
Host Plants, Economic Plantation, Inter-
cropping, Seed Cocoon Sorting &
Preservation; Mother Moth Examination;
Egg Washing, Disinfection &
Transportation; Young & Late-Age
Rearing of Tasar Silkworm; Management
of Silkworm Diseases; Pests & Predators.


2 Tasar Silkworm Seed
Production Technology
2
(Two)
June /July/
August /
September
2014
(6 Days)
25 CSB
Spons
ored

Model Grainage House, Disinfection &
Hygiene in Grainage House, Seed
Cocoon Sorting & Preservation, Laying
Preparation, Mother Moth Examination,
Egg Washing, Disinfection &
Transportation
3 Tasar Silkworm Rearing
and Disease Management
Technology
1
(One)
September -
October
2014
(6 Days)
25 CSB
Spons
ored

Hygiene Maintenance; Host Plant
Maintenance; Chawki Garden; Young &
Late Age Rearing; Management of
Silkworm Diseases; Pests & Predators
4 Tasar Silk Reeling and
Spinning Technology
2
(Two)
November /
Dec 2014 /
January /
February 15
(6 Days)
25 CSB
Spons
ored

Sorting, Storage & Cooking of Tasar Silk
Cocoons; Techniques and Operations of
Machines for Reeling, Twisting,
Spinning, Dyeing, Weaving and Silk
Waste Utilisation.
B. Skill Seeding and Upgradation of Skills in Sericulture Sector
[Integrated Skill Development Scheme, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India]

Programme Locations : CTRTI, Ranchi and its nested units - RTRSs / RECs

Target Group : Trainers / Faculty from CSB and DOSs and Farmers / Unemployed Youth / Progressive
Women Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh
Sl
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Trainers Training in Tasar
Culture
2
(Two)
Nov/Dec 14
and
Jan/Feb 15
(15 days)

25 MOT/
CSB
Spons
ored

Non-Mulberry Host Plant Raising and
Maintenance, Silkworm Ecorace
Conservation, Rearing and Protection,
Seed Organisation, Post-Cocoon
Technologies, Extension and other
Developmental Activities.

2 Tasar Silkworm Rearing
Technology
7
(Seven)
July/ Aug/
Sep / Oct/
Nov 2014
(15 days)

25 MOT/
CSB
Spons
ored

Host Plant Maintenance, Chawki Garden,
Young & Late Age Rearing of Tasar
Silkworm, Management of Silkworm
Diseases, Pests and Predators.

3 Tasar Silk Reeling and
Spinning Technology
4
(Four)
Aug /Nov14
and
Jan/Feb 15
(30 days)
25 MOT/
CSB
Spons
ored

Sorting, Storing and Cooking of Tasar
Silk Cocoons, Techniques and Operations
of Machinery for Reeling, Twisting,
Spinning, Dyeing, Weaving and Silk
Waste Utilisation

4 Entrepreneurship
Development in Tasar
culture.
3
(Three)
Jun/Sep/Dec.
2014
(15 days)
25 MOT/
CSB
Spons
ored

Motivation, Leadership Development,
Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Creation,
Establishment of Tasar Grainage, Chawki
Rearing Centre, Reeling, Spinning and
Weaving Units, Economics of Cocoon
Production, Project Preparation, Seri-
Business Centres, Self Help Groups,
Accounts and Book Keeping.

Note: The training programmes shall be organized with the support from CSB/MOT subject to the
continuation of Central Sector and Integrated Skill Development Schemes. Otherwise, the programmes shall
be conducted on cost basis to be borne by the sponsoring agencies or participants themselves.

C. Ad-hoc Training Programmes: The ad-hoc/need based training programmes will be conducted on the
basis of specific requests from various agencies and stakeholders.





Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Pampore, Jammu & Kashmir

Address Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Pampore, Central Silk Board,
JammuSrinagar, National Highway 44, Gallandar, Pampore 192 121 (Jammu & Kashmir)

Contact
Persons
Dr K A Sahaf, Director
Phone : 01933-222839
Sri Shakeel Ahmad, Scientist-B, Training Coordinator
Phone : 01933-223176/ 293865; Mobile: 09419007011
Email : shakeel0410@hotmail.com
Fax : 01933-223579 Email : csrtipam.csb@nic.in and csrtippr@bsnl.in

I Capsule Courses:

Sl.
No.
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Disinfection
Methods
3
(Three)
09.04.14 to 10.04.14
04.08.14 to 05.08.14
10.11.14 to 11.11.14
(02 days)
5-10 150 Importance of Disinfection in Silkworm
Rearing, Methods of Disinfection and
Procedure for Preparation of Disinfectants
and their application.
2 Silkworm
Disease
Management
2
(Two)
21.04.14 to 25.04.14
13.10.14 to 17.10.14
(05 days)
5-10 150 Various Diseases of Silkworm- Pebrine,
Flacherie, Grasserie and Muscardine and
their Symptoms, Life Cycle & Management
Practices.
3 Chawki
Rearing
Techniques
2
(Two)
01.05.14 to 10.05.14
18.08.14 to 27.08.14
(10 days)

5-10 200 Organization of CRCs, Aspects /
Importance of Chawki Rearing, Methods of
Chawki Rearing viz., Polythene Sheet
Rearing, Maintenance of Chawki Garden
for Production of Quality Leaves.
4 Intensive
Bivoltine
Training
1
(One)
18.08.14 to 01.10.14
(45 days)



5-10 300 Importance / Scope of Bivoltine Silk
Production, Package of Practices for
Bivoltine Rearing Technology viz.,
Chawki/Late Age Rearing, Importance of
Disinfection and Hygiene in Bivoltine
Rearing, Disease and Pest Management.
5 Mulberry
Cultivation
Techniques
3
(Three)




21.07.14 to 25.07.14
16.02.15 to 20.02.15
16.03.15 to 20.03.15
(5 days)


5-10




150




Selection of Mulberry Varieties, Nursery
Raising, Mulberry Propagation, Planting
Techniques, Improved Package of Practices
for Quality Leaf Production, Diseases &
Pests of Mulberry and their Management
Practices.

II

Adhoc Courses :
1 Soil Moisture
Conservation
1
(One)
15.12.14 to 20.12.14
(6 days)
5-10 150 Types of Soils in J&K, Properties of Soils,
Soils suitable for Mulberry Cultivation,
Manures and Fertilizers, Role of Major and
Minor Elements, Deficiency Symptoms,
Water Requirement and Soil Moisture
Conservation

2 Mother Moth
Examination
5
(Five)
Aug./ Sept., 2014
(5 days)
5-10 150 Procedure for mother moth examination,
identifications of diseases, use of
microscope and identifications of spores on
permanent slides.

3 Mulberry
Cultivation
Techniques
(for Farmers)
2
(Two)
Feb / March, 2015
(5 days)
10 Nil Selection of Mulberry Varieties, Nursery
Raising, Mulberry Propagation, Planting
Techniques, Improved Package of Practices
for quality Leaf Production, Diseases &
Pests and their Management Practices




III Specialised Training Programmes:

Sl
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
No of
Trainees
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Extension
Communication
and Motivation
3
(Three)
June 2014
(Pampore)
August, 2014
(Sahaspur/Jamm/
Ghumarwin)
15
per
batch
Nil Extension Communication,
Management, Skill Development,
Motivation Techniques.

IV Training Programme for Farmers through Farmer Field Schools (FFS) :

a) FFS (Tral)
Sl
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Course Content

1 Disinfection
Techniques
1
(One)
16.04.2014
(1day)
Preparation of various disinfectants, usage, importance of
disinfection.
2 Young Age
Silkworm Rearing
1
(One)
15.05.2014
(1day)
Young age silkworm rearing, disinfection, organization of
commercial CRC and maintenance of Chawkei garden.
3 Late Age Silkworm
Rearing
1
(One)
22.05.2014
( 1 day)
Shoot rearing technology, leaf preservation, spacing, care
during moult
4 Use of Bed
Disinfectants
1
(One)
24.05.2014
(1 day)
Different bed disinfectants, schedule of their application,
precautions.
5 Silkworm Disease
Management
1
(One)
29.05.2014
(1 day)
Common silkworm diseases, preventive measures for control of
silkworm diseases.
6 Late age Silkworm
Rearing
01
(One)
05.06.2014
(1 day)
Shoot rearing technology, leaf preservation, spacing, care during
moult
7 Mounting Techniques 1
(One)
09.06.2014
(1 day)
Mounting techniques, use of different mounting materials/
mountages.
8 Cocoon Harvesting,
Sorting and Drying
1
(One)
18.06.2014
(1 day)
Cocoon harvesting & sorting, cocoon drying and preservation.
9 Summer Crop in
Kashmir
1
(One)
28.06.2014
(1 day)
Tips for successful rearings during summer season, preservation
of leaf.
10 Mulberry Tree
Cultivation in
Kashmir Valley
1
(One)
06.11.2014
(1 day)
Selection of mulberry varieties, nursery raising, propagation,
planting techniques and improved package of practices for
quality leaf production.

b) FFS (Bandipora)
Sl
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Course Content

1 Disinfection
Techniques
1
(One)
16.04.2014
(1day)
Preparation of various disinfectants, usage, importance of
disinfection.
2
Young age rearing
1
(One)
15.05.2014
(1day)
Young age silkworm rearing, disinfection, organization of
commercial CRC and maintenance of Chawkei garden.
3
Late age rearing
1
(One)
22.05.2014
( 1 day)
Shoot rearing technology, leaf preservation, spacing, care
during moult
4
Use of bed disinfectants
1
(One)
24.05.2014
(1 day)
Different bed disinfectants, schedule of their application,
precautions.
5 Silkworm disease
management
1
(One)
29.05.2014
(1 day)
Common silkworm diseases, preventive measures for control of
silkworm diseases.
6
Mounting techniques
1
(One)
10.06.2014
(1 day)
Mounting techniques, use of different mounting materials/
mountages.
7 Cocoon harvesting,
sorting & drying
1
(One)
20.06.2014
(1 day)
Cocoon harvesting & sorting, cocoon drying and preservation.
8 Summer crop in
Kashmir
1
(One)
28.06.2014
(1 day)
Tips for successful rearings during summer season, preservation
of leaf.
9
Late age Rearing
1
(One)
05.06.2014
(1 day)
Shoot rearing technology, leaf preservation, spacing, care during
moult
10 Mulberry Tree
Cultivation in Kashmir
Valley
1
(One)
06.11.2014
(1 day)
Selection of mulberry varieties, nursery raising, propagation,
planting techniques and improved package of practices for
quality leaf production.



V. Skill Development Programmes (Under ISDS Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India) :
Nodal Officer / Coordinator : Sri Shakeel Ahmad, Scientist-B, Mobile: 09419007011

Venue / Months Sl
No
Course/
Programme
Duration
(Days)
No. of
Batches CSR&TI,
Pampore
RSRS, Jammu
RSRS,
Sahaspur
RSRS,
Ghumarwin
1 Trainers
Training
Programme
15 02
(Two)

May, 2014 April, 2014 -- --

2
Disinfection &
Hygiene

10

08
(Eight)
June. 2014
September,2014

May, 2014
August,2014

May, 2014
August,2014

May, 2014
August,2014

3 Young age
commercial
silkworm
rearing

15

08
(Eight)

May, 2014
August,2014

April, 2014
February, 2015
April, 2014
February, 2015
April, 2014
February, 2015
4 Recycling of
Sericulture
Waste
10 08
(Eight)
July, 2014
October, 2014
June, 2014
September, 2014
June, 2014
September, 2014
June, 2014
September, 2014
5 Cocoon
Handicrafts
10 04
(Four)
October, 2014 November, 2014 November, 2014 November, 2014

6
Kissan Nursery

05

05
(Five)
February, 2015 December, 2014 December, 2014
December, 2014
( 2 Batches)

* The training programmes shall be organized with the support of CSB/MOT subject to the continuation of Central Sector and
ISDS Schemes.

VI. Certificate in Sericulture Course (CIS):

Duration Name of
Programme
Code Eligibility Age
Limit Min Max
Fee *
(Rs.)
Medium of
Instructions **
Certificate in
Sericulture
CIS 10
th
Pass
Non - 10
th
pass with
2 years experience
No Bar
No Bar
6 months
6 months

2 yrs
2 yrs

3500
3500

English and Hindi

* To be deposited with the Regional Centre, IGNOU, Srinagar/Jammu, J&K.
**. The course is under development in other regional languages.

Programme Study Centres under CSRTI, Pampore (Jammu & Kashmir) : Recognized as Centres for Excellence.

Programme Study Centre : 1276 P
CSR&TI, Pampore (J & K)
Programme Study Centre : 1289 P
RSRS, Jammu (J & K)
Programme In-Charge : Mr. Shakeel Ahmad, Scientist-B
Ph : 01933293865; Mobile: 09419007011
E.Mail : ignou1276@yahoo.com
Programme In-Charge : Dr M K Tayal, Scientist-C
Ph : Mobile : 09205019257
Note: Course Fee of Rs. 3500/- to be deposited with the Regional Centre, IGNOU, Srinagar / Jammu, J&K.


Regional Sericultural Research Station, Jammu (Jammu & Kashmir)
(under Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Pampore, J&K)

Address Regional Sericultural Research Station, Central Silk Board, CSB Complex,
Miran Sahib, JAMMU-181 101, (JAMMU & KASHMIR)
Dr Anil Dhar, Scientist D
Phone: 01923-263353/263523
Training Coordinator: Dr M K Tayal, Scientist-C :
Phone: 01923263523/353
Contact Persons
Fax:01923-263339 Email : rsrsjmu@gmail.com; rsrsjam.csb@nic.in

I Capsule Courses :
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee (Rs.)
Course Contents

1 Mulberry
Cultivation
Techniques
02
(Two)
01.07.14 to 05.07.14
02.12.14 to 06.12.14
(05 days)
5-10 150
Selection, planting & maintenance
of mulberry varieties suitable to


Jammu conditions. Nursery raising
techniques. Improvement of leaf
quality through cultivation package.
Protection against diseases & pests.
2 Disinfection
Methods
02
(Two)
05.08.14 to 06.08.14
17.02.15 to 18.02.15
(02 days)
5-10 150
Importance of disinfection and
common disinfectants. Disinfection
methods. Required concentration of
different disinfectants and their
preparation. Evaluation of quantity
of disinfectant/ solution.
3 Intensive
Bivoltine
Training
01
(One)
21.08.14 to 04.10.14
(45 days)
15-20 300
Importance of bivoltine sericulture,
importance of disinfection and
hygiene in bivoltine silkworm
rearing, rearing technology package,
management of silkworm diseases
etc.
4 Chawki
Rearing
Techniques
02
(Two)
10.09.14 to 19.09.14
10.03.15 to 19.03.15
(10 days)
5-10 200
Importance of young age silkworm
rearing, their requirements,
concepts, extra care during chawki
in terms of hygrothermic conditions
in the chawki room etc.
5 Silkworm
Disease
Manage-
ment
02
(Two)
30.09.14 to 04.10.14
24.03.15 to 28.03.15
(5 days)
5-10 150
Diseases in silkworm crops.
Identification of various silkworm
diseases, symptoms, prevention and
control measures etc.

II

Adhoc Courses :
1 Soil and
Moisture
conservation
02
(Two)
14.07.14 to
19.07.14
15.12.14 to
20.12.14 (6 days)
5 - 10 300.00
Soil profile and texture. Soils
suitable for mulberry cultivation,
soil sampling. Importance of soil
testing. Nutrient management,
Manuring in mulberry, Fertilizer
utility. Measures for soil moisture
conservation etc.

III Training Programme under Farmers Field School:

FFS, NOWSHERA
Sl
No.
Course Batches Schedule/
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course Content
1 Late Age Rearing 1
(One)
04.04.14 to 08.04.14
(5 days)
15-20
Shoot rearing technology, leaf
preservation, spacing, moulting care.
2 Silkworm Disease
Management
1
(One)
04.04.14 to 08.04.14
(5 days)
15-20
Common silkworm diseases, preventive
measures for control of silkworm
diseases.
3 Use of Bed
Disinfectants
1
(One)
04.04.14 to 05.04.14
(2 days)
15-20
Different bed-disinfectants, schedule of
their application, precaution, hygiene
maintenance.
4 Mounting
Techniques
1
(One)
18.04.14 to 19.04.14
(2 days)
15-20
Mounting techniques, use of different
mounting materials / mountages.
5 Cocoon
Harvesting, Sorting
& Drying
1
(One)
18.04.14 to 19.04.14
(2 days)
15-20
Cocoon harvesting and sorting, cocoon
drying and preservation.
6 Plantation Raising
during Monsoon
1
(One)
02.07.14 to 03.07.14
(2 days)
15-20
Tips for successful mulberry plantation


during monsoon season
7 Autumn rearing in
sub-tropics
1
(One)
08.09.14 to 12.09.14
(5 days)
15-20
Tips for successful rearing during
autumn season, preservation of leaf,
maintenance of temperature and
humidity
8 Mulberry
cultivation
01
(One)
02.12.14 to 06.12.14
(5 days)
15-20
Selection of mulberry varieties, nursery
raising, propagation, planting techniques
and improved package of practices for
quality leaf production.
9 Mulberry tree
raising in terraces
01
(One)
05.12.14 to 06.12.14
(2 days)
15-20
Package of practices for mulberry tree
cultivation, suitable mulberry varieties.
10 Disinfection
Techniques
01
(One)
16.03.15 to 17.03.15
(2 days)
15-20
Preparation of various disinfectants,
usage, importance of disinfection.
11 Young age rearing 01
(One)
17.03.15 to 21.03.15
(5 days)
15-20
Young age silkworm rearing and
organization of commercial CRC and
maintenance of Chawki garden

FFS, SUJANPUR (PUNJAB)
Sl
No.
Course Batches Schedule/
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course Content
1 Mounting
techniques
01
(One)
02.04.14 to 03.04.14
(2 days)
15-20
Mounting techniques, use of different
mounting materials / mountages.
2 Cocoon harvesting,
sorting & drying
01
(One)
02.04.14 to 03.04.14
(2 days)
15-20
Cocoon harvesting and sorting, cocoon
drying and preservation.
3 Plantation raising
during monsoon
01
(One)
07.07.14 to 08.07.14
(2 days)
15-20
Tips for successful mulberry plantation
during monsoon season
4 Autumn rearing in
sub-tropics
01
(One)
02.09.14 to 06.09.14
(5 days)
15-20
Tips for successful rearing during
autumn season, preservation of leaf,
maintenance of temperature and
humidity
5 Mulberry
cultivation
01
(One)
04.12.14 to 08.12.14
(5 days)
15-20
Selection of mulberry varieties, nursery
raising, propagation, planting techniques
and improved package of practices for
quality leaf production.
6 Mulberry tree
raising in terraces
01
(One)
04.12.14 to 05.12.14
(2 days)
15-20
Package of practices for mulberry tree
cultivation, suitable mulberry varieties.
7 Disinfection
Techniques
01
(One)
26.02.15 to 27.02.15
(2 days)
15-20
Preparation of various disinfectants,
usage, importance of disinfection.
8 Young age rearing 01
(One)
10.03.15 to 14.03.15
(5 days)
15-20
Young age silkworm rearing and
organization of commercial CRC and
maintenance of chawki garden
9 Late age rearing 01
(One)
23.03.15 to 27.03.15
(5 days)
15-20
Shoot rearing technology, leaf
preservation, spacing, moulting care.
10 Silkworm disease
management
01
(One)
23.03.15 to 27.03.15
(5 days)
15-20
Common silkworm diseases, preventive
measures for control of silkworm
diseases.
11 Use of bed-
disinfectants
01
(One)
23.03.15 to 24.03.15
(2 days)
15-20
Different bed-disinfectants, schedule of
their application, precaution, hygiene
maintenance.






Regional Sericultural Research Station, Sahaspur, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
(under Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Pampore, J & K)

Address Regional Sericultural Research Station, Central Silk Board, Laxmipur, P.O. Sahaspur,
Dehradun-248 197 (Uttarakhand)
Contact Person Dr P K Singh, Scientist-D
Phone : 0135-2697582
Training Coordinator: Shri K R Maurya, Scientist-C;
Phone: 0135-2697582
Fax : 0135-2697383 Email : rsrsddn@gmail.com

I Capsule Courses :

Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee (Rs.)
Course Content

1 Disinfection 01
(One)
August, 2014
(02days)
5 - 10 250
Importance of disinfectant and Hygiene
in Bivoltine Sericulture, disinfection and
its preparation methods/theory/practical
both
2 Mulberry
cultivation
techniques
01
(One)
December,2014
(05 days)
5 - 10 250
Selection, Planting& Maintenance of
Mulberry Varieties suitable to Northern
Region, Nursery Raising, Cultivation
Package and Protection of Mulberry
from Diseases & Pests.
3 Intensive
Bivoltine
silkworm
rearing
01
(One)
September,
2014
(45days)
5 - 10 300
Importance of Bivoltine Sericulture,
Production of Quality Leaves, Improved
Cultivation Package, Disinfection and
Hygiene, Rearing Technology Package
Disease and Pest Management in
Mulberry and Silkworm.
4 Pest and
Disease
Managemen
t
01
(One)
September,
2014
(05 days)
5 - 10 250 Pests and Diseases in Mulberry and Silkworm,
Identification of casual Organisms and
Symptoms, Prevention and Control Measures.
5 Chawki
Rearing
Technology


01
(One)
September,
2014
(10 days)

5 - 10 250 Importance of Young Age Silkworm Rearing
,their Requirement ,Concept and organization
of Commercial Chawki Rearing Centre,
Maintenance of Exclusive Chawki Garden with
Cultivation and Package to grow robust
silkworm.
6 Skill
development
Programme
01
(One)
-- -- -- Exposure to newer methods and techniques for
updating knowledge and skill
7 Refresher
Course for
Bivoltine
Sericulture
02
(Two)
September,
2014
and
March, 2015
5 - 10 250 Current advances in mulberry cultivation and
silkworm rearing, disease management for
successful crops in north western India

II Training Programme under Farmers Field School :

FFS (RSRS, SAHASPUR; REC GORAKHPUR , UP & UNA, HP

Sl
No.
Course Batches Schedule/
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course Content
1 Raising of
plantation during
monsoon season
01
(One)
01-07-14 to 02- 07.14
(02 days)
25-30
Tips for successful mulberry plantation
during monsoon season
2 Autumn Rearing 01 02-09-14 to 06-09-14
(5 days)
25-30 Tips for successful rearing during autumn


(One) season, preservation of leaf, maintenance of
temperature and humidity.
3 Mulberry
Cultivation
01
(One)
02-12-14 to 06-12-14
(5 days)
25-30 Selection of mulberry varieties, nursery raising,
propagation, planting techniques and improved
package of practices for quality leaf
production.
4 Mulberry Tree
Raising
01
(One)
02-12-14 to 06-12-14
(5 days)
25-30 Package of practices for mulberry tree
cultivation. Suitable mulberry varieties.
5 Disinfection
Techniques
01
(One)
13 -02-15 to 14 -02-15
(02 days)
25-30 Preparation of various disinfectants, usage &
importance of disinfection.
6 Young Age
Rearing
01
(One)
04-03-15 to 08-03-15
(5 days)
25-30 Young age silkworm rearing and organization
of commercial CRC and maintenance of
chawki rearing.
7 Late Age
Rearing
01
(One)
11-03-15 to 15-03-15
(5 days)
25-30 Rearing technology, leaf preservation spacing,
mounting care
8 Silkworm
Disease
management
01
(One)
11-03-15 to 15-03-15
(5 days)
25-30 Common silkworm diseases, preventive
measures for control of silkworm diseases.
9 Use of Bed-
disinfectants
01
(One)
18-03-15 to 19-03-15
(02 days)
25-30 Different bed-disinfectants, schedule of their
application, precaution, hygiene maintenance.
10 Mounting
techniques
01
(One)
20-03-15 to 21-03-15
(02 days)
25-30 Mounting techniques, use of different mounting
materials/mountages.
11 Cocoon
harvesting,
sorting & drying
01
(One)
22-03-15 to 23-03-15
(02 days)
25-30 Cocoon harvesting and sorting, cocoon drying,
preservation and transportation.

Regional Sericultural Research Station, Ghumarwin, Himachal Pradesh
(under Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Pampore, J & K)
Address Regional Sericultural Research Station, Central Silk Board, Ghumarwin (Himachal
Pradesh)
Dr. R.K.Dingra, Scientist-C; 09418090294 Contact Person
email : rsrsghumarwin@gmail.com; rajiv_dhingra29@yahoo.co.in

I Capsule Courses :
Sl.
No
Course Batches
Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content
1 Mulberry
Cultivation
Techniques
02
(Two)
02.07.14 to 06.07.14
03.12.14 to 07.12.14
(05 days)
5 to 10 150 Selection, planting & maintenance of
mulberry varieties suitable to Jammu
conditions. Nursery raising techniques.
Improvement of leaf quality through
cultivation package. Protection against
diseases & pests.
2 Disinfection
Methods
02
(Two)
05.08.14 to 06.08.14
17.02.15 to 18.02.15
(02 days)
5 to 10 150 Importance of disinfection and common
disinfectants. Disinfection methods.
Required concentration of different
disinfectants and their preparation.
Evaluation of quantity of disinfectant/
solution.
3 Intensive
Bivoltine Training
01
(One)
21.08.14 to 04.10.14
(45 days)
15 to
20
300 Importance of bivoltine sericulture,
importance of disinfection and hygiene in
bivoltine silkworm rearing, rearing
technology package, management of
silkworm diseases etc.
4 Chawki Rearing
techniques
02
(Two)
10.09.14 to 19.09.14
10.03.15 to 19.03.15
(10 days)
5 to 10 200 Importance of young age silkworm rearing,
their requirements, concepts, extra care
during chawki in terms of hygrothermic
conditions in the chawki room etc.
5 Silkworm disease
management
02
(Two)
03.10.14 to 07.10.14
24.03.15 to 28.03.15
( 5 days)
5 to
10
150 Diseases in silkworm crops. Identification of
various silkworm diseases, symptoms,
prevention and control measures etc.


Certificate in Sericulture (CIS) Course (Part-Time)
under School of Agriculture, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
in collaboration with Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India

About the Course:
The course of Certificate in Sericulture is a coordinated programme of Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi
and Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India aiming to impart scientific knowledge and entrepreneurial skills to the
farmers and technicians involved in mulberry cultivation and cocoon production through silkworm rearing in a Open Distance
Learning Mode. This course is open to both male and female candidates. The teaching-learning process is through self-
instructional learning materials, based on the academic credit system. Self-study, assistance and service are aided by facilities
provided at the IGNOU Programme Study Centres established at different parts of the country. Since Sericulture is wide spread
throughout the country, efforts have been taken for translating the course into 9 (Nine) regional languages for facilitating all the
regions of the country. Presently the course is available in English and Hindi. The said course shall also be available in Bengali
and Malayalam shortly. As of now, 500 candidates have registered under the course from different parts of the country since from
inception fulfilling beyond the target. More Study Centres are in the offing for UP, Bihar, Delhi and North Central Region.

Salient Features :
The salient features of the programme are;
Focuses on operational areas of Sericulture.
Course designed and prepared by professional experts in the field of Sericulture.
Learning is through student-centered multimedia learning materials.
Strong student support services.
Opportunity to interact with leading experts through teleconferencing.

Objectives:
The objective is to strengthen human resource for Sericulture through the intervention of Open Distance Learning (ODL). The
course aims to infuse knowledge and skills in the field of sericulture to the interested persons particularly those already employed
in the profession / entrepreneurs and who cannot opt to afford a full time course.

The specific objectives of the course are:
To prepare the rural youth/farmers for accepting sericulture as profit making enterprise.
To impart knowledge and technical skills in various aspects of sericulture
To create awareness about the opportunities and employment in sericulture
Course Details:
Name of the Course: Certificate in Sericulture (Code: CIS)
Schedule of the Course: January and July (6 months).
Duration of the Course: A candidate can complete the course within 6 months or 2 Years at the maximum
Medium of Instruction: English and Hindi
Number of Batches : 2 (Two)
Seats per Batch: 15-30
Course Fee : Rs. 3500/- (Rupees Three Thousand Five Hundred) Only.
50% Discount for rural candidates and BPL Category of Urban areas
Course Content: BLP:001 : Introduction to Sericulture BLP:003 : Silkworm Rearing
BLP:002 : Host Plant Cultivation BLP:004 : Crop Protection
Eligibility for Admission : 10th Pass / Non 10
th
Pass with two years experience. The experience certificate should be obtained
from the Extension Officials of the Department of Sericulture / Agriculture / Extension / Recognized
NGOs/ Industry.
Age Limit : Age no bar.
Student Support Activities:
Learning Material : The printed study material is sent to the students/candidates by post.
Audio-Visual Learning Aids: The learning package also contains audio and video films produced by the University.
These programmes can be heard/ viewed at the study centre during specific sessions, or purchased for use at home.
Counseling: Sessions for counseling are held according to a schedule drawn by the study centre coordinator usually
during week-ends.
TV Counselling and Tele-conferencing: Through Gyan Darshan Channels and EduSat. One Gyan Darshan channel is
available on DTH platform.
Additional Information:
Additional information about the programme and the admission details are available at IGNOU web site www.ignou.ac.in and
IGNOU Regional Centres.

For further details, please contact: Dr P Vijayakumar, Programme Coordinator (CIS), School of Agriculture, G-Block, Zakir
Hussain Bhawan, Academic Complex, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi 110 068 (India); Phone: 91-11-29533166; Telefax:
91-11-29533167; Email: pvkumar@ignou.ac.in; soa@ignou.ac.in; Website: www.ignou.ac.in


Central Muga and Eri Research & Training Institute, Lahdoigarh, Assam
Address Central Muga and Eri Research & Training Institute, Central Silk Board, PB No. 131, Jorhat, Lahdoigarh
-785 700, (Assam)
Dr K Giridhar, Director ; Ph: 0376-2335528 ; Mobile : 09435052535 ; Fax : 0376-2335528 ;
Email: cmerti@rediffmail.com
Training Coordinator : Sri D Mech, Scientist-D ; Ph: 0376 2922412; Cell: 09435727513
Contact Persons
ISDS Coordinator : Sri P K Handique, Scientist-D, Cell: 09435353693

I. Capsule Courses :
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
and
Duration
Seats
/
Batch
Course
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

Peripatetic Training on Muga Culture
CMERTI,Lahdoigarh 16 50
RMRS, Boko 8 50
REC, Coochbehar 4 50
REC, Lakhimpur 3 50
1
REC, Tura 3
May 2014
to
Feb. 2015
(2 days each)

50



Nil
Raising and Management of Muga Host
Plants & Muga Silkworm Rearing
Technology.
Peripatetic Training on Eri Culture
CMERTI,Lahdoigarh 16 50
RERS, Mendipathar 3 50
RERS, Shadnagar 3 50
REC, Kokrajhar 3 50
REC, Fatehpur 3 50
2
REC, Mangaldoi 3

May, 2014
to
Feb. 2015
(2 days each)
50



Nil
Raising and Management of Eri Host
Plants & Eri Silkworm Rearing
Technology.
Peripatetic Training on
Muga Post-Cocoon Technology
3
CMERTI, Lahdoigarh 8
May 2014 to
Feb. 2015
(1 Week each)

50

Nil
Stifling and Sorting of Cocoons, Cooking,
Reeling in Improved Machine (BANI and
MRTM), Re-Reeling and Lacing.
Peripatetic Training on
Eri Post-Cocoon Technology
4
CMERTI, Lahdoigarh 8
Jul/Aug/Oct 14
& Jan. 2015
(1 Wk each)

50

Nil
Stifling of Cocoon, Cocoon Sorting,
Cooking and Spinning Technology
Training on Muga Culture
[DOS Staff / NGO]
5
CMERTI, Lahdoigarh 1 (One)
Oct-Nov 2014
(1 Week each)
25 3000 * Raising of Host Plants and Management,
Muga Silkworm Rearing;Seed Production
Technologies; Pest & Disease
Management of Host Plants &
Silkworms.
Training on Eri Culture
[DOS Staff / NGO]
6
CMERTI, Lahdoigarh 4
Aug-Sep, 2014
(1 Week each)
25 3000 * Raising of Host Plants and Management,
Eri Silkworm Rearing and Seed
Production Technologies, Pest & Disease
Management of Host Plants and
Silkworm
* Cost on Hostel accommodation, food, training materials etc will be borne by sponsoring agencies.

II. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Muga Culture at
CMERTI,
Lahdoigarh
(Pre-cocoon)

3

Jul-Aug,
2014
(15 Days)

15

*
Raising of Host Plants and Management, Muga
Silkworm Rearing and Seed Production
Technologies. Pest & Disease Management of
Host Plants & Silkworms.
2 Eri Culture
CMERTI,
Lahdoigarh
(Pre-cocoon)

4

Oct-Dec,
2014
(15 Days)

15

*
Raising of Host Plants and Management, Eri
Silkworm Rearing and Silkworm Seed
Production Technologies. Pest & Disease
Management of Host Plants & Silkworms
3 Muga Reeling
CMERTI,
Lahdoigarh

3

Jul-Aug,
2014
(15 Days)

15

*
Stifling of cocoons, Cocoon Sorting, Cooking,
Reeling on Improved Machine (Bani and
MRTM), Re-reeling and Lacing.
4 Eri Spinning
CMERTI,
Lahdoigarh

3
Oct-Dec,
2014
(15 Days)

15

*
Stifling of Cocoons, Cocoon Sorting, Improved
Cooking and Spinning Technology
*As per the budgetary provisions of ISDS programme





Muga Silkworm Seed Organisation (MSSO),
Central Silk Board, Guwahati, Assam

Address Muga Silkworm Seed Organisation (MSSO), Central Silk Board, Bhanphool Nagar Path,
Basistha Road, P.O: Assam Sachivalaya, Guwahati - 781006, Assam.

Contact
Persons
Project Leader:
Dr P. Jayaprakash, Scientist-D & Head,
Phone : 0361-2229774
Email : p_jayaprakash@hotmail.com
Principal Coordinator:
Dr B K Singh, Scientist-D
Phone : 0361- 2229707
Email:bijoykumars87@gmail.com

PABX - 0361-2229707 Email: msdp2004@gmail.com ; mssoguw.csb@nic.in
Fax: 0361-2229708

I. Training Programmes under ISDS Project:
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Muga Seed
Quality
Improvement
1
(One)

15 Days

20


Nil
Target Group: Existing Private Muga
Seed Producers
Qualitative production of Muga seed.

2 Eri Seed Quality
Improvement
2
(Two)


15 Days
14+10


Nil
Target Group: Existing and New Private
Eri Seed Producers
Qualitative production of Eri seed.

3 Trainers
Training
Programme
1
(One)

15 Days

20

Nil
Qualitative improvement of Muga seed.
4 Eri Basic Seed
Production
1
(One)


15 Days

25

Nil
Qualitative Eri Seed Cocoon Production
.

II. Need Based Training Programmes:
Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Quality
Management
(Muga)
1
(One)

15 Days

25

Nil
Target Group: Muga Seed Rearers
Muga Seed Quality Management.
2 Quality
Management
(Eri)
1
(One)

7 Days

25


Nil
Target Group: Eri Seed Rearers
Eri Seed Quality Management.







Central Silk Technological Research Institute, Bangalore, Karnataka

Address Central Silk Technological Research Institute, Central Silk Board, CSB Complex, BTM Layout, Madivala,
Bangalore- 560 068.
Contact
Persons
Sri M K Ghosh, Director In-Charge & Scientist-D
Ph: 080-26685238 and Fax : 080-26680435
Sri S N Mishra, Scientist-C & Head, Training Division:
Ph: 080-26282207/ 26282316
Website: www.cstri.res.in and www.csb.gov.in Email: cstritraining@yahoo.in and cstriban.csb@nic.in

I Certificate / Capsule Courses
(Basic level of inputs for beginners and refreshing group Level I)
Sl.No Course Batches Schedule & Duration Course Fee (Rs.)
1 Designing on Dobby & Jacquard 1
(One)
2-6-2014 to 13-6-2014
(11 Days)
800
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Woven Designs, Dobby and Jacquard Shedding, their Operations, Design Cards, Cutting, Mounting, Jacquard Harness, Card
Lacing, Design Making on Graph Sheet, Design Conversion into Cards by Card Punching, Weaving of Design on Fabric,
Introduction to Designing on CATD /

2 Comprehensive physical and chemical testing
methods of textile materials
(New)

2
(Two)
16-6-2014 to 27-6-2014
29-12-2014 to 09-1-2015
(10 Days)
1000
Course Content (Thory and Practical) :

Chemical Test Methods: Identification of fibers, wash fastness of dyed materials, Light fastness, Rubbing
fastness in wet and dry conditions, Perspiration fastness, norms of perspiration fastness, Fastness testing
methods and instruments, Primary and secondary fabric blend analysis, Dry cleaning fastness, methods of
cleaning, fabric shrinkage, importance of water in dyeing and printing and its influence on fastness, Colour
matching, Computer colour matching, Measurement of whiteness index, Colour strength.

Physical Test Methods:
Linier density of yarn (Yarn number), Twist in single spun yarn, Twist direct counting, Yarn crimp & Yarn
take up in Woven fabrics, Tensile properties, Breaking force, Elongation of fabrics (Strip method), Fabric
stiffness, Fabric piling resistance, Air permeability.
3 Product Design, Development and
Diversification and possibilities for Silk
2
(Two)
07-7-2014 to 18-7-2014
12-1-2015 to 23-1-2015
(10 Days)
500
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Silk yarn and fabric degumming, Silk yarn and fabric bleaching, Recipe and methods of silk dyeing using
Acid, Metal complex, Reactive and natural dyes, Dos and donts of dyeing, Silk Printing styles-
Direct,discharge and Resist styles, Printing tools and devices, Quality control, Screen development, Dos
and donts of printing, Mechanical finishing, Chemical finishing, Model project report preparation,
Entrepreneurial aspects, Environmental pollution and Social responsibility.

4 Quality Raw Silk Production by adopting
Multi-end Reeling/Automatic Silk Reeling
Technology
1
(One)
10-11-2014 to 21-11-2014
(11 Days)

1000



Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Mulberry cocoon quality testing, Drying, Storage, Sorting, Cocoon Mixing, Cooking, Brushing, End
Groping, Reeling contrivances, Permeation, Re-reeling, Knotting practice, Silk bundling, Packing,
Importance of water quality in reeling, Raw silk testing and ISA and BIS classification, Introduction to
Automatic silk reeling technology, Model project report for multi-end and automatic reeling,
Entrepreneurial aspects, Machinery maintenance including Boiler, Environmental precautions and
Production calculation.

5 Silk Machinery Maintenance

1
(One)
1-12-2014 to 12-12-2014
(10 Days)
500
Course Content (Thory and Practical) :
General-Periodical Maintenance, Routine, Preventive Break down, Lubricants & their Applications,
General Oiling, Greasing & Overhauling, Speed Calculations, Power Transmission Specific Maintenance
aspects of Boilers, Multi-end Reeling & Re-reeling Machines, Weaving Preparatory Machines like
Winding, Doubling, Twisting, Sectional Warping & Pirn Winding Machines, Silk Weaving Power Looms
& their Maintenance, Silk Wet Processing Machinery,Hydro-extractors, Stentering, Decotising,
Calendaring and Humidifying Machines.

6 Silk Dyeing, Printing and Process Control 1
(One)
2-2-2015 to 13-2-2015
(11 Days)
1000
Course Content (Thory and Practicals) :
Indian silk industry, Demand and supply of silk, silk industry structure, competence of India in global silk,
varieties of silk and textile industry production, physical and chemical properties and aesthetic properties
of silk, types of silk in market, silk technology and flow chart of silk activities, silk applications for
medical, industrial and sports etc, surface ornamentation on fabric, dyeing and printing handworks etc,
knitting and non-woven fabrics, role of textile laboratory and by-product utilization.


II. Need Based Adhoc / Special Courses
(Higher Level of Inputs for Industry, Academic and Professional Level II)

CSTRI, Bangalore organizes and conducts the following courses on specific request from industry
stakeholders, viz., State governments, NGOs, Progressive industrial entrepreneurs, New entrants, College
students etc. These course shall be charged as per the course content, duration and number of participants.

Sl.No. Name of the Course Batches Course Fee /Person
(Amount in Rupees)
1 Silk Technology

DD 4000 / 8000
(Non Residential / Residential)
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Varieties of Silk - Mulberry, Tasar, Muga & Eri, Introduction to Silk Technology, Silk Reeling
Technology, Testing & Grading of Cocoons & Raw Silk, Preparatory - Silk Winding Doubling, Twisting
Weaving on Handloom, Power Loom & Rapier Loom, Silk Wet Processing - Degumming, Bleaching,
Dyeing, Printing & Finishing, World Silk Scenario & Indias position, Demand & Opportunities.

2 Silk Weaving Technology

DD 4000 / 8000
(Non Residential / Residential)
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Preparatory Process in Weaving, Weaving Process, Warping, Pirn Winding, Primary & Secondary
Motions, Different Types of Sheds & Shedding, Picking & Beat-up Mechanisms, Stop Motions, Selvedges,
Fabric Structure: Different Types of Weaves, Designs, Fabric Quality, Fabric Defects, Silk Products: Its
Cluster & Types of Fabric like Crepe, Chiffon, Georgette, Tabby, Taffeta, Soft Silk, Dupion, Organza etc.
Guidelines for Production of Quality Fabrics, Production Calculation, Model Project Report Preparation
for Handlooms, Power Looms & Rapier Looms



3 Silk Twisting Technology DD 4000 / 8000
(Non Residential / Residential)
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Types of silk yarn, types of twisted yarns, selection of raw material, quality testing soaking-winding,
doubling, twisting, twist setting, handling of silk, speed settings and production calculations, management
of twisting unit, dos and donts, trials on production of warp(organzine) and weft (tram) twisted yarn,
introduction to TFO, making of crepe, chiffon and george yarns, maintenance of machinery, model project
report preparation.

4 BIS & ISA Methods of Raw Silk Testing and
Grading
DD 4000 / 8000
(Non Residential / Residential)
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Objects of Testing, Yarn Classification, Moisture Absorption in raw silk , Raw Silk Quality Tests, Visual
Examination, Tactual Examination-Winding, Si\e, Serigraph (Tenacity & Elongation), Seriplane
(Evenness, Cleanness and Neratness0, Cohesion Tests, Grading of Raw Silk as per ISA & BIS Standards,
Grading Tables, Knotting Practices & its relevance of Anti-dumping duty on Imported Raw Silk of 2A
Grades and below.

5 Non-mulberry Silk Reeling and Spinning
Technology and Process Control
DD 4000 / 8000
(Non Residential / Residential)
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Post-cocoon technology in Tasar, Muga & Eri, viz., Reeling, Preparatory Weaving & Wet Processing, Cocoon Drying, Storage
& Sorting, different Cooking Methods, Brushing & End Groping, Reeling on Charka & Motorised Reeling-cum-Twisting
Machine & Spinning of Katia & Ghicha Tasar Silk Yarns, Degumming & Spinning of Eri cocoons on Motorised Spinning
Machine & Takli, Counts of Various Spun Yarns, Testing of Reeled & Spun Yarns and Model Project Report Preparation
6 Power Loom Setting and Maintenance

DD 4000 / 8000
(Non Residential / Residential)
Course Content (Theory and Practical) :
Study of Fasteners, Hard Tools, Study of different parts of loom, Loom Setting, Primary, Secondary & Auxiliary Motions in a
Loom, Dismantling and Assembling of Power loom, Lubricants, Fast ans slow moving parts, Fine tuning & Weaving trials


Nomination:
1. Capsule Training Programmes: Interested institutions or candidates for capsule trainings may
send their nominations to the institute by Post/Fax/Email etc along with the stipulated course fee in
the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, CSTRI, Bangalore or deposit by Cash against
receipt. Seats may also be reserved by contacting Training Division over phone: 080-
26282324/26282316 on all working days (Monday to Friday) between 9.45 am to 5.30 pm) and send
the course fee within the reasonable time. The State Sericulture departments may send their
nominations to the Institute along with the stipulated course fee (50% discount is allowed on course
fee for DOS officials) in advance.
2. Need based adhoc/special courses: The sponsoring agencies or a group of candidates may send
their proposal with their specific training requirement and period (dates). Meanwhile, the estimated
training course fee shall be intimated to the agency and training shall commence once the stipulated
course fee is remitted to the Institute.
Admission: admission into the training courses shall be made on first come first served basis only.
Intimation regarding admission of the nominee to the programme shall be communicated as soon as possible
after receipt of nominations along with the course fee.

Persons/Batch: Minimum 5 candidates and maximum 25.

Venue: All training programmes shall be conducted at the Training Division, Room No. 306, 3
rd
floor,
CSTRI, CSB, BTM Lay Out, Madiwala, Bangalore 560 068 from 9.30 am to 5.45 pm.

Certificate: The certification of participation shall be issued to each of the successful candidates on the last
day of completion of the training programme.



Accommodation: Trainees may avail accommodation at CSTRI Hostel at a nominal charge of Rs. 50
(Rupees Fifty) Only per bed in a double bed accommodation on sharing basis.

III. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) : CSTRI, Bangalore is also implementing GOI
sponsored ISDS in post-cocoon technologies to meet the dynamic needs of the industry and meet the
objectives like increase in employability, raise income level and quality life, expand resource base, motivate
youth/women in technological skills to narrow down skill gap and create avenues for investments. There are
20 different post-cocoon technological training programmes identified by the institute to meet the needs of
the industry, which are related to silk reeling, silk spinning, weaving, wet processing, handicraft making,
knitting and 3-months certificate course in weaving and wet processing.
For further details, interested organizations and stakeholders may please write to Director, CSTRI, CSB,
Bangalore-560 068.

Silkworm Seed Technology Laboratory, Kodathi, Bangalore, Karnataka

Address Silkworm Seed Technology Laboratory, Central Silk Board, Carmelram Post. Sarjapur Road,
Kodathi, Bangalore East 560 035, Karnataka, India
Scientist-D & Head : Dr Ravindra Singh, Phone: 080 -28439598 ; Fax :080-28440494,
Mobile: 07259618447 ; E.mail: sstlbng@yahoo.com
Contact
Persons
Training In-Charge : Sri T Jayappa, Scientist-D, 080-22712117 / 28439297 / 28440492;
Mobile : 09900840038

I. Structured Course :
Sl.
No
Course* Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Fee **
(Rs.)
Course Content

1 Short Term
Course in
Silkworm Seed
Technology


1
(One)
Nov. 2014
To
Jan. 2015
(3 months)


10 1500


All aspects of Mulberry Cultivation
Practices for Seed Crop Rearing.
Silkworm Diseases and Control
Measures, Pebrine Disease Monitoring,
Survey, Surveillance and Management,
Silkworm Rearing Technology, Seed
Organization, Seed Area, Cocoon
Assessment, Determination of Pupation
Rate and Melting Percentage, Seed
Production Technique, Loose Egg
Production, Demonstration of
Equipment, Preservation Schedule and
Duration of Egg Preservation, Embryo
Isolation and Identification Technique.
* Course will be conducted only on special request from DoSs subject to fulfillment of minimum strength.
** 50% concession on course fee for DOS sponsored candidates, ie., Rs. 750/- per candidate


Commencement of the Course : From 1
st
November, 2014.
Eligibility : The candidate should have a basic degree in Natural Sciences with adequate coverage of Botany
and Zoology or Sericulture.
Selection CSB sends communication to all DOSs and other organizations, which sponsor the candidates
Procedure: for the course. The concerned DOSs shall select the candidates through screening tests and
sponsor them to the course.



II. Capsule Courses :

Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee*
(Rs.)
Course Content


Course Coordinator: Sri T. Jayappa, Scientist-C
1. Monitoring of
Silkworm
Diseases and
Pests
1
(One)
May,
2014
(4 days )
10 700
Monitoring of Silkworm Diseases and Pests
in Seed Crop, Pebrine Disease, Disinfection
and Hygiene, Silkworm Pests, Integrated
Methods of Uzi Fly Control and Preventive
Measures.
2. Late Age Seed
Crop Rearing,
Mounting and
Spinning
1
(One)
June,
2014
(10 days)
10 300
Ground Plan for Seed Crop Rearing,
Management of Mulberry Garden for Seed
Crop Rearing, Disinfection & Hygiene,
Environmental Factors, Shoot Rearing
Practices, Mounting and Spinning, Harvest
and Post- Harvest Care and Cocoon
Transportation.
3. Seed
Production
Technique and
Grainage
Management
(for Staff of
DOS and
NSSO)
1
(One)
July, 2014
(6 days )
10 500
Planning and Assessment for Large Scale
Seed Production, Infrastructure &
Equipment, Disinfection and Hygiene, Seed
Cocoon Harvesting, and Procurement,
Assessment and Transportation, Sex
Separation, Cocoon Preservation, Impact of
Temperature and Relative Humidity,
Synchronization of Moths for Preparation of
Hybrids, Loose/Sheet Eggs, Procedure,
Advantages, Mother Moth Examination,
Egg Handling Techniques, Incubation and
Hatching of dfls.
4 Seed
Production
Techniques
and Grainage
Management
(For LSPs)**
1
(One)
August,
2014
(6 days )
20 Nil
Planning for DFLs Production, Disinfection
and Hygiene in Grainages, Seed Cocoon
Quality, Care During Processing of
Cocoons, Loose Egg Production
Techniques, Mother Moth Examination,
Egg Handling Techni-ques, Handling of
Pierced Cocoons.
5. Egg Handling
Techniques

1
(One)
September
2014
(6 days)
10 500
Structure and Composition of Silkworm
Egg, Influence of Environmental Factors
during Hatching and Embryonic Growth,
Importance of Voltinism in Commercial
Silkworms, Factors Influencing Voltinism,
Embryo Isolation and Identification, Stages
for Effective Egg Handling, Acid
Treatment, Chilling Schedules Short &
Long Term, Hibernation Schedules,
Preservation Techniques for Multi and
Cross-Breed Eggs.
6. Artificial
Hatching
Methods
1
(One)
October,
2014
(2 days)
10 200
Acid Treatment for Bivoltine Silkworm
Eggs, Common Acid Treatment, Chilling &
Acid Treatment, Different Preservation
Schedules & Durations for Bivoltine


Silkworm Eggs.
7. Quality
Silkworm
Seed Cocoon
Production -
Planning and
Management
1
(One)
October
2014
(3 days)
10 250
Planning for Seed Cocoon Production,
Management of Mulberry Garden,
Monitoring & Management of Seed Crop,
Role of Embryonic Growth and
Development in Success of Silkworm
Rearing, Incubation, Black Boxing, Rearing
Practices, Advantages, Silkworm Pests and
Diseases, Ideal Environmental Conditions
and Methods for Mounting and Successful
Harvest, Processsing and Assessment of
Seed Cocoons, Cocoon Transportation, Care
and Marketing.
8 Pebrine
Detection in
Silkworm

3
(Three)
June/
Septmber/
December
2014
(3 days
each)
10

250
Collection of Samples, Testing Methods-
Crushing, Filtering and Centrifugation,
Microscopic Examination, Identification of
Pebrine Spores, Recording of Test Results,
Waste Disposal, Importance of Pebrine
Disease Monitoring and its Control.
9. Chawki
Rearing of
Seed Crop
1
(One)
January,
2015
(8 days)
8 600
Ground Plan for Chawki Rearing,
Management of Mulberry Garden for
Chawki Rearing, Disinfection & Hygiene,
Environmental Factors, Incubation, Black
Boxing and Brushing, Chawki Rearing
Techniques and Transportation of Chawki
Larvae.

* 50% concession on course fee for DOS sponsored candidates.
** No course fee shall be charged for the training programme indicated at Sl. No. 4.
No course fee will be charged for NSSO/CSB officials

III. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)

Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee
Course Content


Course Coordinator: Sri T. Jayappa, Scientist-D
1 Silkworm Seed
Crop Rearing


2
(Two)
September, 2014
and
December, 2014
(30 days each)
40
(20+20)
NA
To Develop / Enhance the Skill and
Potential of New and Existing Seed
Farmers for the Production of
Quality Seed Cocoons.
Target Group : Silkworm Seed Rearers, Persons already involved in silkworm rearing activities, Persons
who intend to take up sericulture and silkworm rearing activities after the training, School dropouts
attaining the age of 14 and above and Unemployed youth attaining the age of 14 and above.

2 Silkworm Seed
Production
Techniques and
Grainage
1
(One)
June, 2014
(15 days)
20 Nil
To Improve the Technical Know-
how of the Seed Producers for the
Production of Quality Silkworm
Eggs
Target Group : Silkworm Seed Producers or Persons already working in Grainages, Persons who intend to
take up seed production as profession after the training, School dropouts attaining the age of 14 and above,
Unemployed youth attaining the age of 14 and above and Persons from Sericulture families.




IV. Central Silk Board (Amendment) Act-2006

Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule
&
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee
Course Content


Course Coordinator: Sri T. Jayappa, Scientist-D
1 Silkworm
Seed
Production &
Grainage
Management
(New RSPs)
2
(Two)
July &
October, 2014
(3 months)
25 1500
Planning for DFL production,
Disinfection and Hygience in
Grainages, Seed Cocoon Quality,
Care during Processing of Cocoons,
Loose Egg Production Techniques,
Mother Moth Examination, Egg
Handling Techniques, Handling of
Pierced Cocoons.



Basic Tasar Silkworm Seed Organization, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh

Address Basic Tasar Silkworm Seed Organization, Central Silk Board, Satyam Commercial Complex, PB No.15,
Link Road, BILASPUR-495 001, Chhattisgarh
Contact Person Dr R K Mishra, Director, Phone: 07752- 237265 / 400378 / 233128 /232983 / 232973
Fax : 07752-233748 /232983 Email: btssobil.csb@nic.in

Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Seats/
Batch
Course
Fee (Rs.)
Course Content

1. Grainage Operation
(At BSMTCs/
CTSSS)
1 week




Nil Maintenance of hygiene in Grainage,
Disinfection, Cocoon Garland
Preparation & Hanging, Maintenance
of Abiotic Conditions, Selection of
Female Moths, Oviposition, Mother
Moth Examination, Egg Washing,
Drying, Incubation, Testing, Transport
2. Tasar Silkworm
Rearing
(At BSMTCs/
CTSSS)
2-3 weeks

Nil Chawki Rearing under Nylon Net,
Worm Transfer during, Late Age
Rearing, Spinning and Harvesting,
Control Measures of Various Diseases,
Pests and Predators.
3 Moth Examination
(At BSMTCs/
CTSSS)
1 week

Nil Maintenance of Microscope, Smear
Preparation, Identifi-cation of Pebrine
Spores, Polyhedral Bodies, Bacteria
etc., Maintenance of Hygienic
Conditions.
4 Raising of Nursery,
Establishment of
New Plantation,
Maintenance of
Plantation
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Nil Collection of Seeds, Soaking, Heap
Making, Germination of Seed,
Application of Fertilizers and Manures,
Training and Pruning of food plants
and Control Measures of Pests
Skill Enhancement
Training Program
(At BSM&TC
/CTSSS)

A Moth Tester 15 Days
B Grainage Helper 15 Days
5
C Seed Rearer
I, II, III
Tasar
Silkworm
Seed
Rearing &
Grainage
Season
30 Days
As per
Action
Plan
2014-15
Stipendar
y Training
Practical Training on Moth Testing,
Grainage Activities and Seed Crop
Rearing.



6. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
No. of Batches: 63 in 21 BSMTSCs.
Duration of Training: 20 Days
Target Group: DOS/NGO officials and farmers
Nature of Training: Stipendary.

Course Content on Topics;
1. Tasar Seed Cocoon Production: Tasar Silkworm Seed Rearing-Application of New Technology in Tasar Rearing, Host
Plant and Chawki Garden Maintenance. Chawki Rearing under Nylon Net, Silkworm Transfer, Duration of Moulting, Late Age
Rearing, Spinning and Harvesting, Control measures of various disease pests and predators

2. Tasar Seed Production: Model Grainage House, Disinfection and Hygience in grainage house, Seed Cocoon Soring and
Preservation, Dfl preparation, Mother moth examination, Egg washing, Disinfection and Transportation.

3. Tasar Silkworm Disease Containment: Hygience maintenance in host plants and chawki garden, Prevention and control of
the silkworm and host plant disease, Maintenance of microscope, smear preparation, Identification of Pebrine, Polyhedral
bodies.

Note:
Sl. Nos.1 to 4: Transportation, lodging and boarding will be arranged by the sponsoring agencies/candidates.
Sl. Nos.2 to 6: Transportation, lodging and boarding will be arranged by CSB.

Training Division
[An ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certified Training Wing]
Central Silk Board, BTM Lay Out, Madiwala, Bangalore 560 068

Address Training Division, Central Silk Board, CSB Complex, BTM Layout, Madiwala,
Bangalore 560 068
Contact Person Principal Training Coordinator : Dr Priya Ranjan, Scientist-D
Phone: 080 26282223; Fax : 080 26681511; Email: training.csb@nic.in

The following programmes are region and sector specific and ensure technical as well as
managerial and motivational inputs. They aim at transforming the individuals and preparing them to take up
viable sericulture based business activities. The Entrepreneurship Development Programmes cater to the
specific needs (with pre and post-cocoon themes) of identified prospective entrepreneurs. Bankers
Training Programme sensitize and update the base of commercial and industrial bankers and finance
officers with sericulture knowledge in the field of recent developments in sericulture front and other viable
business options. Technology Up-gradation Programmes ensure the transfer of technology, aiming to fulfill
the needs of entrepreneurs to upgrade and modernize the technologies and skill set. Other in-house Skill
Development Programmes aim at overall development of silk industry.

Sl.
No
Course Batches Schedule &
Duration
Location of Training
Programme
1 Entrepreneurship Development
Programme
Eligibility: Existing &
potential/prospective entrepreneurs
1 (One) September
2014
Odisha

2 Technology Up-gradation
Programme
Eligibility: All farmers/stakeholders
2 (Two) July-Aug., 2014 Karnataka &
North-East
3 Competency Development
Programme
Eligibility: CSBs in-house
participants
4 (Four) July/Aug. 2014
September, 2014
December, 2014
Ranchi, Bilaspur
Berhampore, Dehradun
4 Resource Development Programme
Eligibility: Project implementing
5 (Five) July, Oct. 2014
Nov. 14 & Feb.
Pune, Bangalore,
Ranchi, Patna and


officials from States, NGOs & CSB 15 Agartala
5 Bankers Sensitization Programme
Eligibility: CSBs in-house
participants
1(One) December,2014 Bangalore/
Guwahati
6 Specialized Management Training
Eligibility: CSBs in-house
participants
4 (Four) Open Open
7 Workshop by Eminent Speakers
Eligibility: Officers / officials from
DOS & CSB.
3 (Three) June, Oct. 2014
February, 2015
Bangalore/
Mysore/Ranchi
8 Management Development
Programme
Eligibility: Officers / officials from
DOS & CSB.
2 (Two) Open Open
9 Foundation Training Programme
Eligibility: New entrants in CSB
2 (Two) Jan / Feb. 2015 Bangalore / Hyderabad

Training initiative under Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)

Planning Commission in India had envisioned that if India has to sustain the economic growth and
progress, we must attain a target of skill seeding of desired skills and up-gradation of skills to the tune of
500 million people in India by 2022.

Realizing this, there was a compelling need to launch a world class skill development initiative in Mission
mode that will address the challenges of imparting the skills required by the growing economy. As such,
the Ministry of Textiles, GoI during the XI plan period has launched a focused skill development initiative
entitled Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) with a primary objective to minimize the gap
between existing and required skilled manpower in Textile sector.

Accordingly, on getting clearance from Govt. of India, Central Silk Board has launched during 2011-12 a
comprehensive project with support from Govt. of India under the umbrella of Integrated Skill Development
Scheme (ISDS) to train around 35000 industry stakeholders in a span of five years. The basic objectives of
CSB ISDS project are:

I. To motivate and impart training to unemployed youth/women in technical & technological skills of
sericulture sector for increasing employability in silk industry
II. To upgrade skill-set for boosting income levels and create avenues for investments & employment
generation in sericulture & allied sectors.

III. To develop master trainers by updating the knowledge & skill on technological advancement and
state-of-the art technologies in Sericulture

Central Silk Board has been implementing a comprehensive scheme with focus on Skill Seeding and Skill
Up-gradation funded under Ministry of Textiles flagship initiative - Integrated Skill Development Scheme
(ISDS). The scheme covers 34,553 beneficiaries in five years with a project outlay of Rs. 39.77 Cr shared
by Govt. of India (Rs. 34.18 Cr - 85.95%) and Central Silk Board (Rs. 5.58 Cr-14.05%)..

CSB implements the scheme through its nine R&D institutes covering all the prominent Seri-
clusters/pockets of India in all sericulture sectors and joined hands with M/s PRADAN - an NGO partner for
assistance in implementing the scheme in Tasar sector:

1. Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Mysore, Karnataka (0821-2362992)
2. Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Pampore, J&K (01933-293865)
3. Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Berhampore, WB (03482-243689)
4. Silkworm Seed Technological Laboratory, Kodathi, Bangalore, Katnataka (080-28440492)
5. Central Silk Technological Research Institute, Bangalore, Karnataka (080-26688831)
6. Central Tasar Research & Training Institute, Ranchi, Jharkhand (0651-2775815)


7. Basic Tasar Silkworm Seed Organization, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh (07752-237265)
8. Muga Silkworm Seed Organization, Guwahati, Assam (0361-2229774/707)
9. Central Muga-Eri Research & Training. Institute, Lahdoigarh, Assam (0376-2335528)
10. BTSSO, Bilaspur-PRADAN, Deoghar (Sh Shamshad Alam -09431548080)
11. CTR&TI, Ranchi-PRADAN, Deoghar (Sh Shamshad Alam-09431548080)

The scheme covers 66 different courses from all the silk sectors (viz. Mulberry, Eri, Tasar & Muga) and
their related activities falling on the Silk value-chain (from nursery raising, plantation development, silkworm
seed production to quality cocoon production and silk reeling, spinning, weaving to dyeing, printing,
designing, finishing etc.). These courses are conducted for one week to 3 months duration depending on
their nature & inputs.

Integrated Skill Development Scheme
CENTRAL SILK BOARD, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India

Details of courses offered by CSB under ISDS during 2014-15
Sl
No.
Name of the Institute and Courses
Duration
(Days)
Batch size
1 CSR&TI, MYSORE (KAR)
1 Commercial chawki rearing 15 15
2
Trading in sericultural inputs, hiring equipment /machinery &
consultancy
15 15
3 Mulberry cultivation and its seed multiplication 15 15
4 Quality Bi-voltine cocoon production 15 15

5 Cocoon handicrafts 15 15
2 CSR&TI, BERHAMPORE (WB)
1 Mulberry cultivation 15 15
2 Commercial silkworm rearing 15 15
3 Cocoon Handicrafts 15 15
4 Cocoon Reeling & Spinning 15 15

5 Skill updating of Extension Agents 15 15
3 SSTL BANGALORE (KAR)
1 Silkworm Seed Crop Rearing Training Programme 30 20

2
Seed Production Techniques And Grainage Management
Training Programme
15 20
4 CSTRI, BANGALORE (KAR)
1 Integrated Training on Raw Silk Reeling Technology 15 25
2
Intensive Skill development training programme in Vanya
cocoon reeling and spinning.
15 25
3 Integrated Training on Handloom Silk weaving 20 25
4 Integrated weaving Training on Power loom & Rapier loom 15 15
5
Creative Designing and basics of Dobby and Jacquard
designing
20 25
6 Creative Designing for weaving using CATD 15 20
7
Loom Settings and Maintenance of Power loom and Rapier
loom
20 25
8 Dobby & Jacquard installation and Harness building 20 25
9
Intensive Training in silk dyeing, printing, colour fastness &
Computer Colour Matching
15 15
10
Intensive Training for Operators of Decatizing Machine,
Calender Machine, Stenter & Jigger Machines
20 15
11
Standard Testing Methods for yarn and Fabric to ensure quality
including fabric defects
15 25

12
Fundamentals of product costing, overhead cost management,
10 25


industrial inter-relation skills (For entrepreneurs)
13 3 months Certificate course in Wet Processing of Silk. 90 25
14 3 months Certificate course in Silk Weaving. 90 25
15 Trainer's Training Programme 15 25
16 Training in Silk Handicraft Making 5 25
17 Silk Machinery Maintenance - Reeling, Boiler and Twisting 15 25
18 Silk Twisting Technology 15 15
19 Operatives Training on Automatic Reeling Machine 30 50

20 Training on Silk knitting 15 15
5(i) BTSSO, BILASPUR (CG)
1 Tasar Seed Production 20 15
2 Tasar seed cocoon production 20 15
3 Disease containment 20 15
5(ii) BTSSO, BILASPUR--PRADAN (BH& JH)
1 Bi-voltine Tasar Seed Cocoon Production 10 25
2 Commercial Tasar Seed Production 15 25
3 Basic Tasar Seed Production 15 15
4 Disease Monitoring & Control 15 25

5 Development of Community Resource Persons 20 25
6 CSR&TI, PAMPORE (J&K)
1 Hygiene & Disinfection 10 20
2 Young Age Commercial Silkworm Rearing 15 20
3 Re-Cycling Of Sericulture Waste 10 20
4 Cocoon Handicrafts 10 20
5 Kissan Nurseries 5 20

6 Trainers Training Programme 15 20
7(i) CTR&TI RANCHI (JH)
1 Trainers Training in Tasar Culture 15 25
2 Tasar Silk Reeling and Spinning Technology 30 25
3 Tasar Silkworm Rearing Technology 15 25

4 Entrepreneurship Development in Tasar Culture 15 25
7(ii) CTR&TI RANCHI--PRADAN (BH & JH)
1 Bi-voltineTasar Silkworm Rearing Technology 7 25
2 Tasar Silk Reeling Technology 15 25
3 Tasar Silk Spinning Technology 15 25
8 CMERTI, JORHAT (Assam)
1 Muga Silkworm Rearing 15 15
2 Muga cocoon reeling 15 15
3 Eri silkworm rearing 15 15

4 Eri cocoon spinning 15 15
9 MSSO, GUWHATI (Assam)
1
Training to existing pvt. Muga seed producers on quality
improvement
15 20
2
Trainers' Training Programe for DOS staff on quality muga
seed production
15 20
3 Training to Basic eri seed cocoon producer ( ASR) 15 25
4 Training to new eri seed producers ( Private) 15 10

5
Training to existing pvt. Eri seed producers on quality
improvement
15 20
Eligibility: Any Indian national interested in skill seeding and skill enhancement in sericulture / silk
sector can attend the skill training under the scheme conducted by Central Silk Board. He/She
should be above 14 years of age and should have passed Class V.



General Information
Fees:
For all structured PGDS courses, the fee per candidate is Rs. 10000/- only. 50% concession shall be
granted to the DOS sponsored candidates. 25% concession shall be granted to the candidates sponsored
by NGOs. No concession shall be granted to the open/private candidates.
For all other Structured Courses, 50% concession shall be granted to the candidates deputed by DOSs
and NGOs. However, NGO sponsored candidates shall pay the full course fee for all Capsule Courses.
Adhoc Courses
Customized and Need Based Training Programs are conducted as per the requests of the sponsoring
agencies. It is on actual cost fixed by the concerned institutes and hence, no concession is extended for
Adhoc Courses.
Hostel Facility:
The institutes have good facilities for boarding and lodging. Separate hostels for ladies and gents are
available. They are equipped with furnished rooms besides dining hall, kitchen and visitors room etc. A
Physician regularly visits the hostels and attends the medical / health problems of the inmates. The
hostels are also provided with indoor and out door games/sports.
Accommodation Tariff at the Institutes Hostel is as follows:
a] PGDS Students at CSRTI, Berhampore / CTRTI, Ranchi : Rs.15/- per person / day
b] Farmers Rs.15/- per person / day
c] Overseas Candidates Rs.200/- per person /day.
Food : On equal sharing basis.
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