04 February 2019 | News
The proposed skill development program focuses on important areas of baking and healthy baked products.
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Mysuru based CSIR-CFTRI (Central Food Technological Research Institute) is in the process of launching Skill Development Programmes (SDP) such as baking technology, food safety and analysis and in Industrial machinery for food processing industries, with an objective to train more and more young individuals and entrepreneurs who may eke out a living in this ever expanding, everlasting industry, viz., food industry.
In tune with the National Mission of transforming India as the skill capital of the world, the institute is currently running a programme to benefit the unorganised baking sector.
The proposed skill development program focuses on important areas of baking and healthy baked products. The course will be helpful to those who are interested in working in small and medium baking units across the country.
CSIR-CFTRI also conducts a 10 month course on Flour Milling at its International School of Milling Technology (ISMT). This school is one of its kind in the world and the course attracts many students from India and abroad every session.