Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Industrial Visit of College students to SRRC Mannavanur in Kodaikanal

News items appeared in CSWRI web page

Kodaikanal, Mannavanur SRRC news appeared in CSWRI web page.

Pls view:

22.  http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=439

23.  http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=440

24.  http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=443

25.  http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=470

26.  http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=480

27.  http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=496

Pls post your comments.

Dr A S Rajendiran

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Celebration of International Yoga Day at Southern Regional Research Centre, Mannavanur (Kodaikanal-3)

Southern Regional Research Centre (SRRC, ICAR-CSWRI), Mannavanur, celebrated 3rd International Yoga Day on 21st June 2017. Besides the nine regular staff of SRRC, the highlight of this event is that a team from the Govt. Higher Secondary school, Mannavanur, was also actively participated. The team from the said school consisted of 35 boys, 53 girls, seven men & three women teachers and the team was led by Mr.S.Muruganantham, the Head Master of the school. Mr.Nagendran, Ex-DRO of Dindigul was the chief guest for this occasion. At the outset, Dr.A.S.Rajendiran, Officer Incharge of the centre proposed the welcome address and spelled out the outline of the program. Theoretical aspects on the importance of the Yoga in the day to day activities of human life were narrated by the Scientific and Technical staff of SRRC.   The practical aspects of the Yoga were demonstrated by Dr.P.K.Mallick, Senior Scientist of the centre.  Surya Namaskar was the first item among the practical aspects of Yoga and it was followed by various Aasanas.  Finally, the event was end with the breathing exercises including the Pranayama. The participants of both SRRC and the school were actively participated and perfectly performed various Aasanas with full of enthusiasm. Further, all the participants had given the assurance that   they would be certainly performing Yoga on every day of their routine life owing to the beneficial effects of Yoga learnt by them on this wonderful Yoga day.

Source:   http://www.cswri.res.in/newsDetails.asp?newsID=443

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Training cum Exposure visit of Paravets from Odisha state under National Livestock Mission to Southern Regional Research Centre, Mannavanur


First of its kind, Odisha state has facilitated  Three days training cum exposure visit of Paravets from Odisha state on “Sheep Husbandry Practices”  at Southern Regional Research Centre (SRRC, ICAR-CSWRI),Mannavanur , Kodaikanal, for the period from 14th June 2017 to 16th June 2017. The highlight of this training is that seven were women among the ten participants and the crew was led by Sh. Prafulla Kumar Panda, DEO, CDVO, Balangir District, Odisha. At the outset, Dr. P. K. Mallick, Senior Scientist, proposed the welcome address and explained the out sketch of the program in brevity.  Dr. A. S. Rajendiran, Officer In-charge of the centre briefed about the imperativeness of Small Ruminant Production in Livelihood of rural masses and highlighted the various technologies being developed by ICAR-CSWRI. Theoretical aspects on Sheep breeds, Selection methods, Breeding, Health, Nutrition and value addition of Sheep by products and ToT were narrated to the crew. All the participants  especially the women had shown very much eagerness in  gaining the knowledge in different managemental practices pertaining to Sheep husbandry such as wool shearing, hoof trimming & tattooing and they had been enlightened about the essentiality of elevated slatted housing, controlled breeding, vaccination and deworming. Finally, the crew had a visit to adopted villages of the centre and observed the day to day farm activities being followed by Sheep farmers inhabitating Madurai and Dindigul districts of Tamil Nadu. The said training was co-ordinated by Dr. S. M. K. Thirumaran, Scientist.