November 13, 2011 admin

Soya training concludes at CIPHET

Ludhiana – A valedictory function was today organized at Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and technology (CIPHET), on the completion of three-day training programme on soyamilk and tofu. The programme was aimed at development of entrepreneurship and self employment in the youth.
Speaking on the occasion, Director CIPHET Dr R.K Gupta said, “Soyabean milk has lot of potential in the market and health conscious segment of people are now adopting soya based products.” He assured the participants of the training programme that scientists of institute would always at their disposal for any difficulty in product development. 
Emphasizing on maintenance of quality, Head Transfer of Technology Division Dr Deepak Raj Rai, said that food safety standards and norms of  the government for product development should be followed. “No harmful chemical should be used, otherwise product would not succeed in long term,” he said, advising the participants.
 Senior Scientists Dr Sangeeta Chopra, said that nutritional benefits in the soya products are quite higher. She also took the feedback from the participants of the trainining programme. 17-year-old Rajat Bansal, a participant from Fatehbad district of Haryana, said that training had given him enough confidence to start venture. “We will soon launch products under brand name of Mr Growth,” he said with confidence in his voice. Dr Devinder Dhingra, Senior Scientist, was also present on the occasion.

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