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Events


34th IPFT Foundation day Celebrations

The IPFT has celebrated its 34th Foundation Day on 31st May 2024. Dr. USN Murty, Director, NIPER Guwahati was the chief guest and guest of honours, Dr DS Reddy, Director, CSIR-IICT; Prof Achanta Venugopal, CSIR-NPL; Prof S K Mehta, Vice Chancellor, University of Ladakh; Shri Kuldeep Singh, CMD, HIL and Dr. Ramdev, UNIDO were attended the foundation celebrations. The Ex-IPFT directors, Smt. Neelkamal Darbari, IAS, Dr. S. K Raza and Dr. Jitender Kumar apart from Industry representatives, delegates from academic institutions and IPFT staff and students. The dignitaries have emphasised importance of biopesticides and sustainable agriculture and lauded the efforts of IPFT to meet the agrochemical industry needs in this direction. During the celebrations, the IPFT has released the revamped edition of its magazine (e-patrika) "कृषि रसायन दिग्दर्शिका". The Hon’ble Chief Guest and other distinguished guests has inaugurated the “Advanced Equipment Facility” at IPFT. Dr. Mohana Krishna Reddy Mudiam, Director IPFT has illustrated the achievements of IPFT since last 33 years. The celebration ended with two key note talks by Dr Venkat Mohan and Dr. Thallada Bhasker and felicitation to the Ex-IPFT Directors and Employees along with other distinguished guests. The IPFT and IIP Dehradun has exchanged MoU to pursue collaborative research efforts to develop bio-formulations through biomass utilisation.


Industry Interaction Meet on “Formulations development and regulatory aspects for generation of pesticide registration data” at 11th, March 2024 in Bharuch, Gujarat.



Industry Interaction Meet on “Formulations development and regulatory aspects for generation of pesticide registration data” at 8th, March 2024 in Mumbai.



Industry Interaction Meet on “Formulations development and regulatory aspects for generation of pesticide registration data” at 29th February, 2024 in New Delhi.



Farmer Awareness Program

Farmer Awareness Program on 21.03.2024 at Sairang, District Aizawl, Mizoram



Farmer Awareness Program on 20.03.2024 at NEHU, Tura campus, Meghalaya



Farmer Awareness Program on KVK Barpeta at 27.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on BH College, Barpeta at 26.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Leh at 12.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Kargil at 14.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Hulsoor, Bidar Karnataka at 15.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Humnabad, Maniknagar at 14.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Eluru at 09.02.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Jabalpur at 23.01.2024



Farmer Awareness Program on Bhograi, Jaleshwar Udisha at 17.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Olmaera, Odisha at 19.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Guntur at 12.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Shri kalahashti, Tirupati, Telangana at 10.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Badhua, Hindauncity Rajasthan at 02.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Wazirpur, Gangapur City Rajasthan at 01.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Wazirpur, Gangapur City Rajasthan at 01.12.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Biswaha Haryana at 19.11.2023



Farmer Awareness Program on Rewasa, Mahendra Garh Haryana at 18.11.2023



Mini Symposium

Occurrence, Fate, Transport and Biotransformation of Agrochemicals and other contaminants: Integration of Metabolomics with Exposomes.



IUPAC CONFERENCE

 IUPAC International Conference on Agrochemicals Protecting Crops, Health and Natural Environment – Discovery and development of synthetic and natural products for health and pests management was held during 7-10 January, 2020, New Delhi, India. The conference was jointly organised by IPFT, ICAR, DCPC and SPSA. The conference provided a platform to scientists of different disciplines, industries and stakeholders to discuss latest trends and discoveries in the field of agrochemicals and phyto-medicines, deliberate on important issues of agricultural research, and present views as policy inputs to the planners, decision/opinion makers at various levels. 

The conference comprised of a number of plenary and keynote lectures by the world’s leading scientists, reviewing the principal theme areas of the conference. Besides new compounds, new concepts and newer uses, the conference covered other traditional areas of research such as pest diseases management, invasive pests, weed and resistance management, exploring biodiversity for botanical and bio-pesticides, genetically modified crops, nutraceuticals, as well as research on effect on human health, risk management, ecotoxicology, and remediation strategies. The conference attracted over 265 participants coming mainly from India but also from both developed and developing countries such as Japan, Sudan, USA Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Afghanistan, etc. and included around 150 young scientists. 

The scientific programme was supplemented by an exhibition of scientific equipments and laboratory supplies. The conference was spread over 4 days and had 11 plenary lectures, 36 invited lectures and 61 oral presentations in 24 sessions besides 44 poster presentations in 3 different sessions by the different participants from India and abroad. A total of 20 delegates from 10 different countries such as USA, Australia, Japan, Switzerland, Venezuela, Afghanistan and Sudan were also present during the conference. The inaugural session was covered by Delhi Doordarshan Kisan, Official Agriculture Channel of India, and was telecast on 9th January 2020. Each day of the conference started with a plenary session and over the four days eleven plenary lectures were given covering various aspects of the research and development of agrochemicals, integrated pest management, nutraceuticals and medicinal plants. 

The plenary lectures were delivered by scientists coming not only from India but also from Australia, USA, Japan and Switzerland. The plenary sessions were followed by concurrent session at which a total of 36 invited lectures and 61 oral presentations were given covering topics such as pesticide residues, crop pests and diseases, exploring biodiversity for biopesticides and phytomedicines, genetically modified crops, pesticide resistance management, integrated pest management and nanotechnology. All the staff and scientific staff of the institute actively participated for the successful organising of the conference total 23 papers and posters were presented by research scholars and scientific staff of the Institute.