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Advance Research & Instrumentation Facility


Advance Research and Instrumentation Facility aims at extending advanced research in different disciplines of science and to cultivate the instrumentation culture among researchers, scientists, teachers and post-graduate students. The main objective behind this facility is to promotion/application and use of advance research for development. Presently ARIF provided by CEBT and QAL division.

The Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology (CEBT) is having full fledged laboratory with advance instrumentation like DNA Sequencer, Polymerase Chain Reacting (PCR), Gel Documentation System, Electrophoresis etc.

Quality Assurance Laboratory (QAL) is equipped with sophisticated analytical equipments essential for carrying out specific investigations from the research point of view. The equipments available at QAL are Gas Chromatograph, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, High Performance Liquid Chromatograph etc.

 



Introduction and Objective


Biotechnology is one of the fastest growing multi-disciplinary branches of science. The past couple of decades have witnessed a “Biotechnology Boom” worldwide in the form of development of a wide range of new products including antibiotics, recombinant and synthetics vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, microbial proteins, recombinant hormones and development of valuable transgenic and cloned animals. Genetic engineering and Human Genome project, propelled by Bioinformatics has opened new vistas of Genomics, Proteomics & Pharmaco-genomics research for healthcare, involving Gene Therapy and Stem Cell research. Looking at the tremendous importance of biotechnology for sustainable use and its wide application in biosciences, medical sciences and other fields, a Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology (CEBT) has been established at the MPCST in 2008. The laboratory is well equipped and is also ISO (9001:2008) certified. 



Centre for Excellence In Biotechnology


Biotechnology is one of the fastest growing multi-disciplinary branches of science. The past couple of decades have witnessed a “Biotechnology Boom” worldwide in the form of development of a wide range of new products including antibiotics, recombinant and synthetics vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, microbial proteins, recombinant hormones and development of valuable transgenic and cloned animals. Genetic engineering and Human Genome project, propelled by Bioinformatics has opened new vistas of Genomics, Proteomics & Pharmaco-genomics research for healthcare, involving Gene Therapy and Stem Cell research. Looking at the tremendous importance of biotechnology for sustainable use and its wide application in biosciences, medical sciences and other fields, a Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology (CEBT) has been established at the MPCST in 2008. The laboratory is well equipped and is also ISO (9001:2008) certified. 



Objective


·   Human resource development programs for the teachers, students and the researchers in universities and other S&T institutions for their skill up-gradation.

·         To develop and promote R&D projects for application of biotechnology for ensuring sustainable use of natural resources of the state.

·  To work for developing appropriate linkages and policies for promoting application of biotechnology in various sectors to ensure value addition and sustainable development of natural resources in the state.

·         Undertake R&D in various branches of biotechnology and its applications in different areas.

·         To Explore the natural resources of Madhya Pradesh, their conservation and management for the benefit of human health and society with the application of biotechnology,  and also for the future prospects, 

·   To promote Research and Development on all aspects of molecular biology, leading to improvements in agriculture, healthcare and the environment and also with development of molecular markers for authentication of plants, animals and microbes and its quality control with the limited facilities available in the Madhya Pradesh.

 

 



Facilities for R & D


Major Thrust areas for R&D at CEBT

  • Agro-biotechnology including animal husbandry and veterinary science.
  • Biotechnology for processing and value addition of agro & forestry based products and other natural resources of M.P.
  • Biotechnology interventions in organic cultivation based products.
  • Biotechnology for diagnostics, pharma, healthcare and drinking water.
  • Bio-energy and biotechnology based industries. 
  • Biotechnology for environment management.

 

R&D & Academic Programmes

  • Dissertation & project work to B. Tech., M. Tech. M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. students.
  • Facilities for scientists may pursue their research work (2-6 months) at the Centre.
  • Refresher courses for universities/college teachers 15 to 21 days.
  • Training programs on molecular biology, microbiology and HPTLC for 3-7 days.
  • Analyses facilities to the researchers working in the area of biotechnology/applied research. 

 

Testing Facility & Their Rates

  • DNA Sequencing Rs. 400/- per samples for R&D samples.
  •  Bacterial load in water samples @ Rs. 100 /- per sample.
  • Soil, herbal drugs & cosmetic samples (bacterial & fungal load) @ Rs. 175 /- per sample.
  • Antimicrobial testing @ Rs. 35/- per sample/ per organism.
  •  Photo microscopy @ Rs. 30 /- per slide.
  • Microbial fermentation study @ Rs. 4000/- per strain/enzyme or product.
  • Lyophilization of microbial cultures Rs. 150/- per vial preparation.
  • RAPD-PCR molecular work (plants, bacterial, fungal and animals) Rs. 4000/- per seven samples with 4 RAPD primers.
  • Karyotyping analysis (Rs. 1,000/-per species, photography extra @Rs. 30/- snap).
  • HPTLC analysis of commercial samples (@Rs. 4500/- for 10 samples) & agriculture farmers/R&D samples (Rs. 2500/- for 10 samples).Laboratory Facilities
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Major Equipments available in Biotechnology Laboratory

v  Gel Documentation System (Alpha Innotech, USA), DNA Sequencer (3500 Genetic Analyzer, Applied Biosystems, USA), HPTLC (Linomet-V, ADC-II, Scanner-III, CAMAG, Switzerland), Fluorescence Microscope (Zesis, Carl Zeiss, Germany), Thermal Cycler PCR (ep-Gradient-S, Eppendorf, Germany & Corbett research, Australia), Deep Freezer -86 0C (U 410-86,New Brunswick, USA), CO2 incubator (Galaxy B+ 170-400P,Scientech, India), Bacteriological Incubator (BD154,Labotech, India), Laminar Air Flow (Elie, Elite, India), Binocular Microscope (Galen, Leica Galen III, Germany), Inverted Microscope (CH2, Olympus CH-2, India), Phase Contrast microscope (MLXi, Magnus MLXi, India), Lyophilizer (Lyodel, Delvac, India), UV-Vis Spectrophotometer (SL-159, Elico/SL159, India), ELISA (Sunrise Basic Tecan, Tecan, Switzerland), Centrifuge (J2-21, Beckman /J2-21,U.S.A), Dry Bath (SLM-DB-120, Genei, India), pH meter (780 metrom, Metrohm, Germany), Centrifuge (MPW-351R, MPW, Poland), Refrigerated Incubator Shaker (Innova-4230, Innova-4230,USA), Laminar Flow Bench (SE113,Scientech, India), Microtome Automatic Yorco (YSI-118, York, India), Milli-Q Water Purification (Synthesis-8, Millipore, India). 

 



Future Plans


 

 

  • Whole genome sequencing/next generation sequencing of selected animals of the Madhya Pradesh.
  • Establishment of gene bank for endangered species of Madhya Pradesh conservation purposes special reference to conservation priorities.
  • Pharmacological studies of selected medicinal plants and their toxicity studies.
  • Conservation genetics and molecular identification of micro-organisms, plants and animals using various molecular tools.
  • Genetic diversity, DNA fingerprinting, genetic profiling, DNA sequencing, etc.
  • Rapid propagation of high yielding plant by plants tissue culture and their molecular profiling.
  • Preparation of microbial consortium for important microbes of the Madhya Pradesh from hot springs etc. 

 



Projects -Current-Ongoing-Completed


 Current Projects (Internal Assignments)

v    Development of DNA barcoding and SCAR markers for important animal species of India using mtcox1 gene for authentication and identification of ambiguous samples.

v    Molecular phylogeny and characterization of selected animals species of Madhya Pradesh using variable and conserved gene profiling.

v         Healthcare studies of tribal populations of Madhya Pradesh using advance molecular approaches.

v      Preparation of microbial consortium and molecular studies of important microbes with reference to gene profiling.

v     Studies on genetic diversity and conservation of germplasm of economically important medicinal plants of Madhya Pradesh & Preparation of database of medicinal plants species.

v    HPTLC based characterization of selected medicinal plants of Madhya Pradesh and estimation of their medicinal properties.

 

Ongoing Projects (External Funded Projects)

1.    Title: Development of SCAR-DNA Markers for Identification and Authentication of Mahseer Tor (declared as State Fish of Madhya Pradesh) and their Phylogenetic Position through MTCOX1 gene”. Funding Agency: DST-SERB, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 10.80 Lakhs. Duration: Two Years (2015-2017).  PI: Dr. R.K. Garg, Joint Project Director, MPCOST, Bhopal.

 

2.     Title: “Mapping of High Fluoride Concentration Areas and Prevalence of Dental Fluorosis among Primary and Secondary Schools Children’s of District Sheopur (A scheduled tribe district), Madhya Pradesh”. Funding Agency: DST-NRMS Division, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 20.00 Lakhs. Duration: Two Years (2015-17). PI: Dr. R.K. Garg, Joint Project Director, MPCOST, Bhopal.

Completed Projects (Outside Sanctioned Projects)

Title: Next Generation Sequencing (NGS): A Discussion Forum towards Whole Genome Sequencing and Library Preparation (3 days workshop). Funding Agency: DST-SERB, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 1.00 Lakhs. Duration: 03 days workshop (2016).  PI/Coordinator: Dr. R.K. Garg, Joint Project Director, MPCOST, Bhopal.

Title: Molecular cloning, DNA sequencing and Sequences Analyses” organized from 15th September to 5th October, 2015 for universities and colleges facilities. Funding Agency: DBT, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 3.25 Lakhs. Duration: 21 days Refresher Course (2015).  PI/Coordinator: Dr. R.K. Garg, Joint Project Director, MPCOST, Bhopal.

Title: Exploration of Molecular Phylogeny and DNA Sequence Analyses for Taxonomy, Biological Diversity and Diseases Parental Association Findings” from 26-28 June, 2014. Funding Agency: DST-SERB, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 0.75 Lakhs. Duration: 03 days workshop (2014).  PI/Coordinator: Dr. R.K. Garg, Joint Project Director, MPCOST, Bhopal.

Title: Establishment of Human Herbal Health Care Garden (HHHCG). Funding Agency: NMPB, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 5.00 Lakhs. Duration: Two Years (2009-2011). PI: Dr. Rajesh Sharma.

Title: Molecular Techniques in Species Identification Biodiversity conservation and Phylogenetics” from 10th to 30th January, 2013 for universities and colleges facilities. Funding Agency: DBT, GOI, New Delhi. Sanctioned Amount: 2.50 Lakhs. Duration: 21 days Refresher Course (2013).  PI/Coordinator: Dr. R.K. Garg, Joint Project Director, MPCOST, Bhopal.



Publication and Development


 Sequenced Gene Published/ Deposited in NCBI, USA

  1. 05 DNA Sequences of MTCOX1 gene, partial CDS of MT-DNA for Puntius ticto (Hamilton, 1822), August, 2016|Garg et al. (2016) has been deposited/submitted in NCBI, USA for development of DNA barcodes database.
  1. 05 DNA Sequences of MTCYTOB gene, partial CDS of MT-DNA for Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822), 3rd May 2016|Garg et al. (2016) has been deposited/submitted in NCBI, USA for estimation and analyses of genetic variability and phylogentic positions among the taxonomic groups.
  1. 08 DNA gene sequences MTCYTOB gene, partial cds; MT-DNA for Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822), 18th February, 2014|Garg et al. (2014) has been deposited in NCBI, USA for estimation of gene diversity and gene flow among Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822) isolates Fish Federation Pond, Bhopal.
  1. 03 DNA Sequences for development of species-specific SCAR markers for identification of five medicinal species of Ocimum has been deposited in NCBI, USA FJ948429: gi|227808646|gb|FJ948429.1|[227808646] 2nd May, 2009. P.K. Sairkar, N. Vijay, Garg R.K., N. Silawat, S. Chouhan and N.N. Mehrotra.

 

DNA Barcodes developed and available on www.boldsystems.org,  NCBI, USA

1.      15 DNA barcodes developed using MTCOX1 gene conserved sequences for Tor tor, Puntius ticto, Puntius sarana for Authentication and Identified of un-identified biological samples and available on www.boldsystems.org,  NCBI, USA for identification and phylogentic positioning of the species.

List of Research Publication (Last Five Years)

1.   Garg R.K., Dhanaxi Chaturvedi, Batav N., R. Sharma and Singh RK (2014). Genetic divergence and gene flow in three populations of Notopterus notopterus (Pallas, 1769), Madhya Pradesh. Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology, 2(04), 033-037 (DOI: 10.7324/JABB.2014.2406).

 

2.   R.K. Garg (2014). Intellectual Property Rights and its Role in Biodiversity Conservation at Local and Global Consideration. In: Intellectual Rights and Their Importance in Research, Business and Industry (Eds: R.P. Singh and V.S. Tomar), Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, PP165.

 

3.   R.K. Garg, N. Batav and R.K. Singh (2014). Gene flow and estimation of loss of genetic assortments in cultured and wild genotypes of Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822), M.P., India. The Scitech, 1(1): 3-7.

 

4.   R.K. Garg, P. Sairkar, S. Chouhan, N. Batav, N. Silawat, R. Sharma, R.K. Singh, N.N. Mehrotra (2014). Characterization of genetic variance within and among five populations of Sperata seenghala (Skyes, 1839) revealed by random amplified polymorphic DNA markers. J. Genet. Eng. & Biotech., 12(1): 7-14, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jgeb.2013.11.001).

 

5.   R.K. Garg, N. Batav, N. Silawat and R.K. Singh (2014). Isolation and identification of pathogenic microbes from tomato puree and their delineation of distinctness by molecular techniques. Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology, 1(04), 024-031.

 

6.   N. Silawat, N. Batav, S. Chouhan, P. Sairkar, R.K. Garg and R.K. Singh (2013). Fungal Flora of Vermicompost and Organic Manure: A case Study of Molecular Diversity of Mucor racemosus using RAPD Analysis. Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia (2013), 10(2): 509-514.

 

7.   R.K. Garg, N. Batav and R.K. Singh (2013). Identification of genetic polymorphism in Mystus cavasius (Hamilton-Buchanan, 1822) from Gandhisagar reservoir and Bansagar reservoir, Madhya Pradesh, India. The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology, 66: 93-100 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jobaz.2013.06.001).

 

8.   N. Silawat, N. Batav, S. Chouhan, P. Sairkar, R.K. Garg and R.K. Singh (2013). Fungal Flora of Vermicompost and Organic Manure: A case Study of Molecular Diversity of Mucor racemosus using RAPD Analysis. Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia (2013), 10(2): 509-514. 

9.   Sairkar, Pramod Neetu Vijay, Nitin Batav, N. Silawat, R.K. Garg, Shweta Chouhan, Rajesh Sharma  and N.N. Mehrotra (2013). Genetic Variability in Two Economically Important Medicinal Plants of Madhya Pradesh, India and Using RAPD Markers. Asian J. Exp. Biol. Sci., 4(1): 36-43.

 

10.  Sairkar P, Vijay N, Silawat N, Garg RK, Chouhan S, Batav N, Sharma R, Mehrotra NN (2012). Inter-species Association of Ocimum Genus as Revealed through Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Fingerprinting. Sci. Secure J. Biotech., 1(1): 1-8. 

11.  Garg R.K., Nitin Batav and R. Sharma (2012). Genotoxicity assessment using micronucleus assays in Sperata seenghala at in-situ level from Lower Lake and Shahpura Lake, Bhopal. Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 6(4): 1040-1043.

12.  Anita Tilwari , Sonam Paliya, Ashok Saxena, A.N. Tikle, Madhulika Singh, (2015) Genetic Divergence and Character Association of seed yield and component traits of Lentils (Lens Culinaris), Advances in Bioresearch , Volume  6 (2): : 53-59

13.  Anita Tilwari, Kanchan Tamrakar, Rajesh Sharma (2013). Use of RAPD for assessing genetic diversity of Ocimum sanctum (Krishna Tulsi) from different environments of Central India. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research 7(24): 1800-1808, (IF- 0.59)

14.  Anita Tilwari, Deepak Chouhan, Rajesh Sharma (2013) RAPD analysis of microbial community diversity in soil affected by industrial pollutants: With reference to Mandideep Industrial area, African Journal of Microbiology Research 7 (30) : 3933-3942. (IF- 0.58)

15.  Anita Tilwari, N.P. Shukla, P. Uma Devi  (2013). Comparative Study of Alcoholic And Aqueous Extracts Oftribulus Terrestris On Specific And Non Specific Immune Responses In Wistar Rats: An In Vivo Study. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 5, Suppl 3: 83-87

16.  Faizah Bt. Harun, Syed Mohsin Syed Sahil Jamalullail, Khoo Boon Yin, Zulkhairi Othman, Anita Tilwari, and Prabha Balaram (2012) Autophagic Cell Death is induced by Acetone and Ethyl Acetate Extracts from Eupatorium Odoratum in Vitro: Effects on MCF-7 and Vero Cell Lines. The Scientific world Journal, Article ID 439479, 9 pages. (IF- 1.69)

17.  Anita Tilwari, Shukla NP,  Uma Devi P  (2011). Effect of five medicinal plants used in Indian system of medicines on immune function in Wistar rats. African Journal of Biotehnology, African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 10 (73), pp. 16637-16645. (IF- 0.56)

18.  Anita Tilwari et al., (2011) Immunomodulatory activity of the aqueous extract of seeds of Abrus precatoprius linn (Jequirity). Iranian journal of immunology, 8(2):96-103. (IF- 0.39)

19.  Anita Tilwari et al., (2011). Immunomodulatory Effect of Fractions of Saponins from Tribulus Terrestris on Non-Specific Immunity Using In Vitro Phagocytosis. Int J of Drug Discovery and Herbal Research. 1(4): 202-207

20.  Anita Tilwari, Faizah Harun., Khoo, B. Y., Prabha Balaram., An international Symposium on Sustainability Science and Management. (2010). Euphorbia Hirta inhibits cell growth and induces apoptosis in human cervical cancer cell line (HeLa): Proceedings.

BOOK PUBLISHED

Anita Tilwari: Genetic Diversity of Medicinal Plant Using RAPD Markers, Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co KYear: 01/02/2012 ISBN: 9783846582558



Quality Assurance Laboratory


Introduction

Quality Assurance Laboratory (QAL) an ISO 9001-2008 certified, has been functioning under M. P. Council of Science and Technology since 1987 to benefit the State by extending analytical services mainly in the areas of Bioscience, Chemical science, Agriculture, Health and Environment. The analytical equipment is essential for carrying out specific investigations for research purpose keeping the view in mind at present Quality Assurance Laboratory is well equipped and functional to provide Instrumental and analytical facility and back up support of R&D services under the following objectives to scientific community of the State.



Objective


  • To provide analytical services for sample analysis for quality check (water, soil, food and Agri- produce, herbal drugs and products) and instrument facilities for characterization of the samples.
  • To organize training programme and Laboratory visit.
  • To extend analytical facilities for Project / Dissertation / Internship / Ph. D experimental work for M. Sc. / M. Pharma / M. Phil / B. Tech / M. Tech for 1-6 months.


Facilities for R & D


Following working areas available in the Laboratory

  • Determination of concentrations of elements in sample in PPM/PPB level.
  • Chromatographic separation of organic compounds, isolations, identification by external standard method.
  • Compositions of organic compounds using external standards.
  • Synthesis and characterisation.
  • On line process monitoring.
  • Structure identification and quality control.
  • Spectrophotometric determinations of concentrations of solutions in UV & visual range.
  • Water & Soil Testing
  • Food and Agri-produce
  • Herbal Drugs
  • Synthetic Drugs and Cosmetics


Projects




Prof. T.S Murthy Station of S & T


Introduction:-

Prof. T.S.Murthy Station of Science & Technology was setup during the year 1995-96 at obaidullaganj, District Raisen and is spread over 14 acres of land area. Station is having a plant tissue culture laboratory alongwith a medicinal garden as well as biodiversity conservation park. More than 200 species of aromatic and medicinal plants are conserved in the medicinal park. In the campus two big ponds are developed for ground water recharging alongwith green house & moist chamber & one good Distillation unit was setup for oil extraction from aromatic & medicinal plants. Organic farming practice was adapted since last 5 year in the campus. Use of any chemical fertilizers and pesticides is totally banned& successfully doing vermicompost production from organic garbage of campus and achieved self dependency toward fertilizer requirements of station. After getting another 10 acres of land from government, now campus spread over 24 acres of land, with the setup of well equipped rural technology centre along with spacious training hostel.



Objective


  • To develop Research & Technological development model of aromatic medicinal plants for their integrated development and give foremost position to our state towards this direction.
  • To develop protocols of commercially important plants through plant tissue culture technique.
  • Conservation, Propagation & popularization of aromatic & medicinal plants.
  • To develop integrated research & development technology of organic farming and to encourage it in the state through demonstration of their models.
  • To establish Botanical biodiversity conservation park and to setup its model.
  • Development of low cost rural technologies and to organize various training programmes for students, farmers, and women’s especially rural youths for their employment generation.


Facilities for R & D


Well established tissue culture laboratory includes Glassware washing,Glassware preparation,Media preparation, Inoculation and Culture Room and established field station spread over 24 acres of land where vermicompost pits along with NADEP and other facilities for bio-fertilizer and bio-pesticide production.

Instruments available: Autoclave, Hot air oven, pH meter, Electric Balance, Laminar Air Flow, Culture Rack, A.C., Distillation Unit, Freeze, BOD Incubator Shaker.



Biodiversity Conservation & Tissue Culture Division


  • To develop Research & Technological development model of aromatic medicinal plants for their integrated development and give foremost position to our state towards this direction.
  • To develop protocols of commercially important plants through plant tissue culture technique.
  • Conservation, Propagation & popularization of aromatic & medicinal plants of M.P. state which are going to be extent.
  • To establish Botanical biodiversity conservation park and to setup its model.
  • To impart training to Students, researcher, university/college professors and other related R&D staff of Institutions and Entrepreneurs along with to provide facilities for their internship work as well as dissertation work in tissue culture field. Its ultimate goal is to develop human resource in tissue culture field for the present and future needs of the state.
  • To popularize and increase awareness among students, farmers and common man towards Biodiversity conservation.
  • To give Consultancy and guidance towards biodiversity conservation as well as to setup tissue culture lab.


Organic Farming & Livelihood Generation Division


  • To develop Research & Technological development model of organic farming system for its integrated development in the state and give foremost position to our state.
  • To impart training to farmers, students, researchers, university/college professors and other related R&D staff of Institutions and Entrepreneurs.
  • Its ultimate goal is to popularize and increase awareness regarding long-term benefits of Organic farming system to people and the environment among farmers, students and common man as well as to encourage farmers to adopt organic farming practice.
  • To give Consultancy and guidance towards organic farming system as well as to setup model organic farm along with market to farmers for organic produces.
  • To impart training and guidance to SC/ST, tribal’s, BPL, youth of semi-urban area and villages and other villagers of state to set up their own livelihood with low cost technology and optimum utilization of village resources along with marketing of finished products.
  • Rural employment generation to stop migration of youth from villages to nearby cities.
  • Women empowerment.


Projects/Programmes


Corporate social responsibility (CSR) Project of Hindustan copper limited Govt. of India at malanjkhand copper Project in malanjkhand, Balaghat district (M.P.)

Under this CSR project M.P. Council of Science & Technology is doing various livelihood work along with imparting trainings on jute & bamboo items making, Dona pattal making, Potato chips making, Vermicompost production and Mushroom production to villagers of 4 villages namely Pendrapani , Suji ,Balgaon and Bhutna villages where population is mostly SC/ST and tribal (baiga).Council is also providing market for their finished products hence ensuring their income. Also Council is also supporting other scientific tasks like watershed management survey as well as soil testing etc.

Science popularization in the field of Agriculture

Under this project Council is promoting awareness among farmers of various districts of M.P. towards organic farming, drip irrigation, soil testing, grain storage, encouragement to use bio-fertilizer and bio-insecticides, food processing, horticulture etc. by organizing workshops.

3-5 days training to farmers and students along with facility for 1-2 months internship work as well as 4-6 months dissertation work for students and research scholars under subject expert is available in the field of organic farming system.

3-5 days and 15 to one month rural livelihood generation trainings on various fields of livelihood with the input of low cost technologies under the supervision of subject experts /master trainers.