CFTRI Mysore Flour Milling Technology Admission
The CFTRI Mysore Flour Milling Technology Admission has invited applicants for admission in a 12 months regular international course in Flour Milling Technology at International School of Milling Technology (ISMT) scheduled for the year 2014 – 2015. This advertisement has already been published on its official website- cftri.com. All interested aspirants are therefore requested to read the following details carefully and send their applications within or on 2nd July, 2014 i.e. the last day for receipt of applications.
All aspirants need to be qualified with a Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in the discipline of Technology, Engineering, Science or equivalent. However, aspirants appearing for final year exams may also apply and submit the mark sheets by 2nd July, 2014.
Enthusiastic candidates, accomplishing the aforesaid requisites for admission in this programme, may download the Admission forms via its official web portal- cftri.com. However, aspirants can also obtain the same by sending a request letter for the application form and the prospectus to the Institute. If downloaded from authorized portal, applicants must fill this form precisely and send it along with a crossed Demand Draft/ IPO of Rs.500/- in favour of “The Director, CFTRI, Mysore”, within 2nd July, 2014 at the below given address:-
Mysore-570 020, India
The admission of qualified applicants would be based on their attainment in the qualifying degree or diploma exam. Weightage may be given for experience in flour milling or sponsorship by flour milling industry for limited seats. If required, a skill test / interview will be conducted by CSIR-CFTRI, at Mysore. It is a compulsion for all applicants to appear in this admission exam. Candidates, who do not qualify this Admission Test, would not be entitled for admission in their preferred course.
The Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) is a revolutionary organization in Research and Development in the field of Food science and Technology and Human Resource Development. As a part of human resource development, an International School of Milling Technology was established as a joint Indo-Swiss venture and Roller Flour Millers’ Federation of India project during 1981 to serve the requirements of Indian flour milling industry and other developing countries with regard to training in flour milling technology.