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61st ANNUAL CONVENTION

7 - 9 SEPTEMBER 1999

OOTY (TAMIL NADU)

 

Daily Programme

7th 8th 9th

Technical Sessions

Agriculture Manufacturing Engineering Co-Products

Attendance Details

Exhibition

Delegation Fee Hotel Tariffs Payment




 

PROGRAMME

7 SEPTEMBER '99

HOTEL MONARCH, HAVELOCK ROAD, UDAGAMANDALAM, OOTY

2.00 p.m. -6.00 p.m.

Registration

6.00 p.m.

Inauguration and Awards Distribution Ceremony

7.00 p.m.

S. N. GUNDURAO MEMORIAL LECTURE:

by Mr. Mohammad Awais Qureshi. Executive Vice President. Shakarganj Sugar Mills Ltd.. Jhang. Pakistan.

9.00 p.m.

Dinner

 

8 SEPTEMBER '99

HOTEL HOLIDAY INN, GEM PARK, SHEDDON ROAD, OOTY

8.00 a.m. - 9.00 a.m.

Registration

9.00 a.m. -11.00 a.m.

PLENARY SESSION (HaIl No.2)

  1. General Guidelines for Acquiring ISO-9002 Certification by Vijendra Singh
  2. Movement for ISO 9002 Certification at Sangamner Bhag S.S.K. Ltd, Amrutnagar by S.T. Hodgar and R.K. Padalkar

.

Agriculture Session (Hall No.1)

11.00 a.m. -11.30 a.m.

Coffee

11.30 am. - 01.00 pm.

Agriculture session - contd.- (Hall No.1)

Technical session (Hall No.2)

01.00 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Lunch

02.00 p.m. - 05.00 p.m

Sessions continued (Hall No.1 & Hall No.2)

05.00 p.m. - 05.30 p.m

At Home

05.30 p.m.

Annual General Body Meeting

 

 

9 SEPTEMBER '99

HOTEL HOLIDAY INN, GEM PARK SHEDDON ROAD, OOTY

9.00 a.m. -11.00 a.m.

PLENARY SESSION (Hall No.1 & 2)

Abstracts of Papers Presented during the XXIII ISSCT Congress held in New Delhi in Feb 1999

11.00 a.m. -11.30 a.m.

Coffee

11.30 a.m. -01.00 p.m.

Sessions continued (Hall No.1 & Hall No.2)

01.00 p.m. -02.00 p.m.

Lunch

02.00 p.m. -05.00 p.m.

Sessions contlnued (Hall No.1 & Hall No.2)

05.00 p.m. -05.30 p.m.

At Home

 

TECHNICAL PAPERS

To be presented during the Convention

AGRICULTURE SESSION - 8 & 9 SEPT 1999 IN HALL No.1

1.

In Vitro MuItipIication and Field Evaluation of Sugarcane

Neeru Sood, Ranjan Srivastava & S.S. Gosal

2.

Studies on Nitrogen Economy through Intercropping of Pulses in Sugarcane

R. D. N. Verma, S. B. Singh, Jagdish Singh and R. C. Gupta

3.

Performance of Different Sugarcane Varieties in Nahar Mill Area in Punjab

R. S. Kanwar, Manoj Shrivastava & Thakur Jaipal Singh

4.

Induction of Systemic Resistance by Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria Against Red Rot Disease Caused by Colletotrichum falcatum Went in Sugarcane

R. Viswanathan & R. Samiyappan

5.

Performance of Pre-Release Sugarcane Genotypes at R.A.R.S., Anakapalle

N.V. Naidu, J.V.R. Bhupal Rao, V. Rajabapa Rao & K. Prasada Rao

6.

COS 97264 - an excellent mid season maturing variety of sugarcane

P.S. Verma, R.S. Singh, D.N. Singh and G.P. Singh

7.

Performance of Sugarcane Variety in Problem Soils

Nasir Ahmed S., Ravichandran V. K., Tamil Selvan N., Sankaran V.M., Sathyavelu A. & Giridharan S.

8.

Spatial Distribution of Egg Masses of Scirpopaga excerptalis Walker on Leaves of Sugarcane Crop

Suchita Singh, Anil Dint, D.N. Singh

9.

Assessment of Sugarcane Crop Applied with Advanced Engineering Techniques Using Satellite Remote Sensing Data

V. Venkateswara Rao, P. V. Krishna Rao & L. Venkataratnam

10.

Recent Bio - Technological Achievements in Sugarcane Breeding

Dr. P. N. R. Rao

11.

New Horizons in Sugarcane Varietal Testing in U.P

Dr. M.R.Gupta, P.R.Singh, A.K Chauhan

12.

Remote Sensing Approach for Acreage Estimation of Sugarcane Crop in Part of Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh

P. V. Krishna Rao., L Venkataratnam and V. Venkateswara Rao

13.

Comparative Quality of Cane and Natural Sugar of Cane Growth with Organic and Chemical Base

Krishna Reddiar Perumal

14.

Performance of Promising Genotypes of Sugarcane

Snehal Jashi. J.M. Repale & S.B.Jadhav

15.

Yield Targeting in Sugarcane in Maharashtra: Problems and Solutions

Dr. J.R. Kadam & Dr. N.D.Patil.

16.

Biochemical markers for quality and disease resistance : studies with an induced mutant of Sugarcane

V.K.Madan, Namita Soni, B. L. Srivastava & S.Solomon

17.

Multilocation evaluation of promising sugarcane varieties of North -West zone in Haryana

A.S.Mehla, S.N.L Srivastava, H.LSehtiya & Meher Chand

18.

Evaluation of Five Different Fungiddes on the Control of Smut in Iran

O. Kazemi

19.

Variability. Correlation and Path analysis in sugarcane

R..Hapase & J.M.Repale

20.

Evaluation of Insecticides in the management of Sugarcane Early Shoot Borer chilo in Infuscafellus snellen

K. Vidyanagalaxmi, S.Balaji & S.Gowrishanker

21.

Application of Satellite Technology in Management and Planning of Sugarcane Cultivation in Saraswati Sugar Mills, Yamunanagar

O.P. Srivastava & Amrendra Kumar

22.

Research Imperatives for the Indian Sugar Industry beyond 2000

H.N. Shahi

23.

Dynamics of Post-Harvest Sucrose Losses in Sugarcane During Late-Crushing Period

S. Solomon, H.N. Shahi, Ishwas Singh and V.K. Madan

 

 

MANUFACTURING SESSION - 8 SEPT 99 IN HALL NO.2

1.

Modification in the Design of Multijet Condenser, A Measure to Reduce Water Consumption

Chhote Lal & Kum. Bharti Shukla

2.

A Comparative Study of Two Types of V. L J. H.

Anoop Dube &Amrik Singh

3.

Study of Mud Problem in Flood Effected Cane

M. S. Shukla & N. P. Rana

4.

Effective Decolourisation of Clarified Cane Juice Chemically Modified Bagasse A Lab Study

J.D. Mane, D.L Kumbhar, A.D. Kulkarni and S.P. Phadnis

5.

Invert Syrup - A Liquid Sweetener for Mass Consumption

Mahendra Prasad, R. P. Shukla & S. Bhatt

6.

Modification in Fluidised Bed Drying And Cooling System

M. S. Shukla. N. P. Rana & S. Kumar

7.

Kinetics of Crystallization of Sugar in Pure Solution - "Effect of variation of Super Saturation Coefficient"

Dr G.M. Jenekar, Dr. P. D. Jadhav & P. G. Jadhav

8.

Quality of plantation white sugar a perspective in view of the demanding standards of user industries

Dr. (Mrs.) V.S.Keskar

9.

Spectral Studies on Colorants in Sugar

Y. K. Sethi. S.S. Srivatsa, C. L Shukla & Rajeev Mishra

10.

Simulation Study of Fuzzy Logic Based Pan Control

Dr. P. Kapur & N. V. Rajeev

11.

Syrup Clarification - A case Study

G.D. Patil. R. C. Chaudhary & M. N. Prajapati

12.

Filtrate Clarification A Need Of Time

R.K.Varma, A.K.Srivastava and Chhote Lal

13.

Auto Feed Control in 'A' Massecuite Boiling

P. P. Chaturvedi. P.K.Aggarwal and S.C.Miftal

14.

Some Experiences in C-Massecuite Curing and more regular effectiveness of Sugar Size Graders

Dr. Rajeev Kumar Sharma

15.

Configurable PC Based Controller for Pan Boiling Operations - by Agri-Electroflics Group

Dr P. Kapur & others

16.

Use of Sugar Enhancer for Bagasse Treatment, a Case Study

R.N.Phatak. l.C.Gorewara & S.Srivastava

17.

Role of Screen Size in Controlling Final Molasses Purity

J.M. Gupta, A. Bishnoi, D.K. Agarwal & M.K. Goel

18.

Poly Aluminium Chloride (PAC) as a Clarifying Agent In Place of Lead Sub Acetate for Pol Analysis: One week Trial at Daurala Sugar Works, Daurala

A.K. Gupta and R. Mishra

19.

pH-Metric and Conductometric Technique for Controlling Supply of Stale Cane

Dr. M. Prasad, L.P. Tiwari and Sudhanshu Mohan

20.

Quality Sugar Production (A Review and Process Modification)

K.N. Agarwal

 

ENGINEERING SESSION - 8 & 9 SEPT 1999 IN HALL No. 2

1.

Vibration in Rotating Machinery in Sugar Industry

K.R. Patil

2.

New Concept In Cane Feed Control

M. K. Biswas & Sanjay Tripathi

3.

Comparative Design Aspects in Relation to Pan Performance

Chhote Lal, P.P. Singb and Km. Bharti Shukla

4.

A Novel Way to Improve Overall Heat transfer Coefficient in Heat Exchangers

R.K.Verma. Chhote Lal & R.S. Kushwaha

5.

Waste Heat Recovery - An Application of Pinch Technology in Sugar Industry

Vinod Kumar Malik. T. P. Singh & C. G. Mane

6.

Erection & Commissioning of Boilers

M. Ramesh Babu and V. Sivaram

7.

Energy Conservation at Daurala Sugar Works

S.P.Jain

8.

Stainless Steel for Sugar Plant Applications

K.R. Ananthanarayanan

9.

Electrical Energy Audit of Hydrostatic Mill Drive Case Studies

S.D. Borude, A.P. Lad

10.

Mill Power Measuring Device

S.A. Kate, M.N. Awatade and A.D. Shaligram

 

 

CO-PRODUCTS SESSION - 9 SEPT 1999 IN HALL No. 2

1.

Production of Poor Man's LPG from Pressmud

P. Thangamuthu

2.

A Novel method of Colour Removal from Post Methanation Distillery Effluent

V.S. Dhamankar

3.

A Novel process for Invert Sugar and High Fructose Syrup from Sugarcane

J.K. Gehlawat

4.

Environmental Pollution Control in Sugar Mill

Amitabh P.C S., N.K. Sharma & A.S. Paras

5.

Performance of Biomethanation Process for Reduction of Pollution Load in Spentwash at Different Distilleries

P.U. Patil and V.S. Dhamankar

6.

An Efficacious Protocol of Wax Extraction from Filter Cake of Sugar Industry and its Chemical Analysis

Gurinder Singh Buttar. Swarn Singh Parmar & Kamaljit Singh

7.

Management Functions, Behaviour and Decision-Making in a Sugar Factory and Their Effects on Sugar Industry as a whole, Technical Concepts for Top, Middle and Operating Management Levels

Dr. Rajeev Kumar Sharma

8.

Operation and Maintenance of Sugar Mill Effluent Treatment Plant

N. Gunasekaran, J. Gurugovind and Dr. S. Arockiasamy

9.

Biomethanation Process in Pollution Abatement and Energy Recovery in Distilleries

Gurpal Singh. B. Chatterjee, K.A. Prabhu and Luckshendra Kumar

10.

Fermentative Production of Alcohol from Deteriorated Sugar

Santosh Kumar & P. K. Agrawal

11.

Sugar Industry - Energy Scenario

Mydur Anand

12.

Bagasse Cogeneration Without Fossil Fuels What Needs to be Done

K. Ramakrishnan

 

 

 

DELEGATION FEE

1.

Members of the Association

Rs. 700.00

2.

Non-Members

Rs.1200.00

3.

Post Convention tour

Rs. 200.00

 

 

EXHIBITION

Sugar Expo '99 on 8th & 9th Sept.'99 is also being organised at Hotel Holiday Inn, Gem Park, Sheddon Road, Ooty. Space for commercial display of approx. ten stalls of 3 x 3 meters each has been arranged at a tariff of Rs.15,000 /stall.

 

ACCOMPANYING SPOUSE PROGRAMME

Exciting accompanying spouse programmes have been arranged which will be free of cost.

 

HOTELS & JOURNEY RESERVATIONS:

The details are as under:

NO.

NAME OF THE HOTEL

SINGLE ROOM

DOUBLE ROOM

1.

Hotel Holiday Inn

(Inclusive of breakfast. tea with cookies)

2050.00

2350.00

2.

Hotel The Welcomgroup Sullivan Court

(Inclusive of bed tea with cookies & breakfast & transport to Hotel Holiday Inn)

2050.00

2350.00

3.

Hotel the Monarch

(Inclusive of breakfast)

1500.00

1900.00

4.

Hotel Charing Cross

Single/Double

450.00

Luxury 650.00

Deluxe: 850.00

5.

Hotel Tamil Nadu

500.00

Dlx.Dbl 650.00

Cottages 775.00

6.

Hotel Dasprakash

550.00

Dlx.Dbl 650.00

 

 

FLIGHTS/TRAINS DETAILS

The flights/train connections to Ooty can be obtained on request from the STAI office.

 

PAYMENT

Please remit one day's advance of the hotel accommodation along with delegation fee immediately by DD in favour of the STAI, New Delhi.


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