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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Textile Park - Gujarat


According to CMIE
Under the Scheme for Integrated Textile Park, Vraj Integrated Textile Park plans to set up a textile park at Kheda, Gujarat. The park, spread across an area of 57 acres, will entail an investment of Rs.1 billion. It will house a spinning unit with a yarn manufacturing capacity of 14.4 ttpa. Besides this, the park is expected to accommodate yarn dyeing, weaving, sizing and garmenting units. The park is likely to be ready by March 2015 with a delay of almost four years from its initial commissioning schedule.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

MAKING GOLD NANOPARTICLES

Gold Nanoparticles - Oral Cancer

Toxicity of Silver Nanoparticles

7 surprising facts about silver nanoparticles and health

Analysis of Exports of nano silver during last six months

India exported nano silver worth USD 923,743 with total quantity of 15,881,817. United Arab Emirates is the largest buyer of nano silver accounting for exports worth USD 524,887 followed by Bangladesh and Myanmar which imported nano silver worth USD 204,348 and USD 85,736 respectively.

Nhava Sheva Sea accounted for 73.4% of exports followed by Hyderabad and Bombay Sea which account for 11.7% and 9.3% of exports respectively.

Average price of nano silver per unit is USD 0.06 and average value per shipment is 13,584

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Analysis of Exports of nano gold

India exported nano gold worth USD 58,865 with total quantity of 895. Turkey is the largest buyer of nano gold accounting for exports worth USD 45,476 followed by Nepal and United States which imported nano gold worth USD 5,479 and USD 3,774 respectively.

Hyderabad accounted for 77.3% of exports followed by Raxaul and Tughlakabad which account for 9.3% and 7% of exports respectively.

Average price of nano gold per unit is USD 65.77 and average value per shipment is 6,541

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Detailed Import Data of nano gold during last 24 months

India imported nano gold worth USD 73,964 with total quantity of 1,011. United States is the largest supplier of nano gold accounting for imports worth USD 65,916 followed by Germany and United Arab Emirates which exported nano gold worth USD 3,105 and USD 2,042 respectively.

Delhi Air Cargo accounted for 91.1% of imports followed by Chennai Air Cargo and Bombay Air Cargo which account for 5.6% and 2.8% of imports respectively.

Average price of nano gold per unit is USD 73.16 and average value per shipment is 6,724

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Analysis of Imports of nano silver under HS Code 90189099 - last 12 months

India imported nano silver worth USD 503,797 under HS Code 90189099 with total quantity of 4,502. South Korea is the only supplier of nano silver.

Nhava Sheva Sea accounted for 72.3% of imports followed by Delhi Air Cargo and Tughlakabad which account for 16.8% and 10.9% of imports respectively.

Average price of nano silver per unit is USD 111.91 and average value per shipment is 38,754

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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Technology Transfer - offers


Outlook for chemical industry in 2014

Outlook for chemical industry in 2014; drivers of current capital cycle
Lyn Tattum, IHS Chemical Week publisher and IHS Chemical Senior Director, offers her outlook for the chemical industry in 2014.
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Food Processing Potentials in India

Biotechnology Projects

Exports of CASHEW NUTS 320

Recent Exports
India exported CASHEW NUTS 320 worth USD 85,960,657 with total quantity of 45,095,809. Netherlands is the largest buyer of CASHEW NUTS 320 accounting for exports worth USD 17,254,557 followed by Japan and Spain which imported CASHEW NUTS 320 worth USD 12,774,658 and USD 9,222,514 respectively.
Tuticorin Sea accounted for 56.6% of exports followed by Vizac Sea and Cochin Sea which account for 21.2% and 16% of exports respectively.
Average price of CASHEW NUTS 320 per unit is USD 1.91 and average value per shipment is 105,993

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Cashew Industry : AGRI EXPORT ZONE

Tamil Nadu is a major producer of Raw Cashew.
The Ministry of Commerce, Govt of India has approved to set up AEZ Cashew in Tamil Nadu. Feasibility report has been prepared.
An agreement was signed on 12.4.2005 between APEDA, GOI, Agriculture Department, GOTN for setting up an Agri Export Zone for Cashew at Cuddalore covering Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Perambalur, Pudukottai and Sivaganga Districts at a project cost of Rs 10.36 crores. Agricultural Marketing & Agri Business is the Nodal Agency .

GRAPES:Cultivation, Processing & Marketing

National Policy on Wine Industry: The concessions/incentives/subsidies grants etc. are extended to “Wine Industry” at par with Food Processing industries viz. project subsidy of Rs.50 lakhs/wine unit . Reimbursement of Rs.10 lakhs per year towards procurement of grapes grant of Rs.4 crores / wine park for creation of common facilities by the Ministry of Food processing industries, Government of India.

The 4,000 farmers in Cumbum Valley, Tamil Nadu produces 90,000 tonnes of Muscat Grapes and 10,000 tonnes of Thomson Seedless Grapes. Grapes are also grown in Theni, Dindugul, Palani and Coimbatore There is a scope for establishment of Cold storage facilities, logistics network, and processing facilities to increase the farm gate prices. In this context, Government of Tamil Nadu has approved the proposal of TIDCO for establishing a Winery and Distillery Unit in Cumbum and Nilakottai areas vide G.O.Ms. No.61 Industries (MIE 1) Department dt. 9-7-2002.

Monday, August 18, 2014

VLRA Battery Market - India

Very conservative estimate of the VRLA battery market size is approximately Rupees 2,500-3000 crore and is grow­ing at the rate of 20-25 percent year on year.
The fastest moving batteries in the market are 6V4.5AH and 12V7.2AH batteries, which are widely used in emergency lights and UPS
Lead and special separators used are the principal raw materials for VRLA batteries, and have significant effect on the cost of VRLA batteries; besides the cost of technology and manufacturing processes
Lead price is the major factor affecting the cost of VRLA batteries and is dependent on the London metal exchange
China has an advantage of producing lead in large quantities. It gets lead at a much cheaper quote and its labour cost is also much cheaper. So, it is in the position to pro­duce the same product for nearly half the cost

read more at primaryinfo

VRLA Battery

about Elevators

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Qualifications vs Skill Conundrum

Last week, we had advertised for "Data Entry Operator" the minimum qualification required was +2 or fresh graduates with experience in data entry. Salary range will start from Rs. 6000/- p.m.

Not surprisingly we received over 40 responses. Surprisingly, over 35 of the candidates are B.E /B.Tech / MBA / M.Com / M.Phil. We did not get any PhD (saving grace !) More than the degree, the applying candidates should be well versed in English typing and should be able to enter data within a given time without error.

I will not be writing about it if it were an isolated incident, this is now become a regular feature. When we had earlier advertised for student counselors, we were flooded with B.E /B.Tech applicants. A recent article shared by my friend in Economic Times: MBA Degree losing its sheen?  highlights this scenario - which we are witnessing almost on a daily basis. We also get hundreds of CVs applying with the subject line "I want Job" and invariably all of them are either Engineering graduates or MBA graduates.

This brings us back to the original question, Why are these graduates not able to get employment? The writing quite literally is on the wall. All you have to do is ask any of these 'so called' MBA or B.Tech graduates to write 4 lines of complete sentences in English. You will be surprised at the errors that creep in almost each word, each sentence and each line.

One can go on and on about the various reasons, but the bottom line is, young people blindly follow what their peers or parents ask them to do. After they enroll they struggle and study various theoretical subjects which has no relevance to the job market. Pathetically, students who score 90% and above fail miserably when they were asked to solve simple mathematical problems or write a meaningful sentence. I had seen MCA graduates not able to create a separate folder and save email attachments!

Unless, the colleges give impetus to developing skills in basic communication, IT skills, analytic skills and English -spoken and written, the students face a grim future. Without any employable skills, their degree is not even worth the paper it is printed on.

With these kind of fancy qualifications, they live in a fantasy world till reality strikes them.
Then they start applying for "data entry job'.










Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Interesting Debate...Food for thought !

Here is a blog I saw recently
Call to Experts in all fields to get into Digital Race..
Now is the time
.

http://rangasundara.wordpress.com
This is about Information Technology & other Functional Knowledge & Practices
Take a look and give your thoughts !

Monday, March 31, 2014

From the Sugar Platform to biofuels and biochemicals

Here is great Business Opportunity...The European Commission is launching an invitation to tender for the provision of interdisciplinary expertise with respect to the production of biofuels and biochemicals from the sugar platform over a maximum duration of 14 months. The information to be provided under this contract will facilitate the Commission, the stakeholders and national authorities to have detailed information and understanding on value chains and market potential of biofuels and biochemicals produced from sugars in the European Union and beyond...read more

Saturday, March 08, 2014

German co helps SMEs promote products in global markets

Good News for SMEs in India?
  • NürnbergMesse GmbH
  • Address: Messezentrum 1, 90471 Nürnberg, Germany
    Phone:+49 911 86060

  • ..'We have a 30 million euro corpus, out of which we may invest up to 10 million euro in India in the coming years. This will be in expanding our presence and acquiring Indian trade show companies that are profitable and have a good clientele. Our aim is to make our India subsidiary the second biggest one outside Germany,' 
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    B2B Sales & Marketing

    Tuesday, March 04, 2014

    Redmud or Bauxite residue Utilization

    Here is Technology Information...
    Bauxite residue, also referred to as ‘red mud’,is the by-product of the Bayer process – an industrial
    chemical process for refining aluminum-containing ores
    in alumina, the raw material used to
    produce aluminum metal.


    Saturday, February 08, 2014

    Home Business - Practical Training

    Practical Training in simple Web design, hosting, blogging, using Twitter & Facebook for Internet Marketing
    is offered
    Details are at
    http://thorapadi.wix.com/homebiz
    http://thorapadi.wix.com/homebiz


    Monday, January 20, 2014

    Boosting onion farmers

    Boosting onion farmers

    Onion is Universally liked food product

    Cultivation processing trading is profitable


    Wednesday, January 15, 2014

    Wednesday, January 01, 2014

    THE FUTURE OF CELLULOSE FIBRES

    Here is an interesting analysis about Cellulose...Within the next two decades the world
    population will grow by 1.4 billion and is moving up the food chain. By 2030 we will have an additional demand for food of 43 %. On the other hand arable land is limited and the cropland area per
    person will shrink. This situation will result in a food crisis.
    Also the demand for textile fibres (natural as well as man-made) will increase by 84 %. But in the future
    cotton production will be stagnant because of the limited availability of arable land.
    The experience shows that approximately one third of textile fibres have to be cellulosic fibres because of
    certain properties like absorbency and moisture management. This will result in a disproportionately high demand for man-made cellulosic fibres in the coming years.
    The substitution of cotton by man-made cellulose fibres is also a contribution to environmental production