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ICAR-CIRCOT celebrated Constitution Day

ICAR-CIRCOT celebrated Constitution Day on 26th November, 2019. On tthis occasion, Dr. P. G. Patil, Director, ICAR-CIRCOT read out the Preamble to the Constitution of India which was repeated by all staff members. Banners were displayed on the main gate of the Institute


ICAR-CIRCOT Observed Vigilance Awareness Week 2019

ICAR-CIRCOT, Mumbai observed he Vigilance Awareness Week 2019 from 28th October to 2nd November, 2019. The “Integrity Pledge” was administered to all staff members on 28th October 2019. On 2nd November 2019, a seminar was organized wherein Shri. Dnyaneshwar Raibhan Wagh, Police Inspector, O/o. The Additional Commissioner of Police, Protection & Security, Mumbai delivered a talk on “Integrity – A Way of Life” to all the staff members of the Institute. Dr. P. G. Patil, Director on his inaugural address, mentioned that corruption not only includes the dishonest / fraudulent action of an official, but also the refusal / failure to perform official work in a satisfactory way. Shri. Dnyaneshwar Wagh in his talk, cited examples from his own experience and also from mythological stories to stress the importance of Integrity in one’s personal and official life. Also, he suggested that everyone needs to lead a life like a professional, where the self-monitoring eliminates the need for an external monitoring mechanism.  Dr. A. J. Shaikh, Former Director of the Institute graced this occasion. Dr. N. Vigneshwaran, Vigilance Officer delivered the vote of thanks. 


Half-yearly Institute Research Council meeting organized

The meeting of half-yearly IRC was held under the chairmanship of Dr. P. G. Patil, Director, ICAR-CIRCOT Mumbai on 22nd October 2019. All the HoDs, Scientists and Technical staff attended this meeting. Dr. P. G. Patil in his opening remarks, emphasized the need to initiate projects using the advantages of recent methodologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning etc. in the cotton sector. Also, he mentioned about the status of surplus cotton in India (2019) and hence asked Scientists to come up with proposals to utilize the excess cotton in non-conventional areas by innovative ways. In line with the ICAR’s agenda, Director told to work on the project proposals that are innovative, inclusive, affordable to community, development oriented and disruptive in addition to helping the farming community. During the meeting, progress of the various on-going projects were discussed. This was followed by detailed presentation on the project proposals by all the Scientists of the Institute, for inclusion in the upcoming five year plan (SFC) during 2020-2025. In his closing remarks, Director insisted to conclude every projects with tangible outputs so that the technology developed can benefit all the stakeholders and enhance the income of the farmers. Dr. A.S.M. Raja, Principal Scientist & In-charge, PME welcomed all the Scientists for this half-yearly IRC and vote of thanks was delivered by Dr. N. Vigneshwaran, Principal Scientist & PME nodal officer.


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