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Citizen's charter

I.  VISION:


To become an International Sericulture Institute Par-Excellence in Bivoltine Sericulture.


II.  MISSION:


To achieve excellence in application oriented research to transform Indian sericulture Industry from the subsistence level of production to a vibrant competitive commercial production base.

III. MANDATE:


  • Conduct scientific, technical and economic research to enhance production, productivity and quality of Indian silk
  • Development of package of practices for mulberry and silkworm rearing and its dissemination
  • Commercialization of products and Technologies
  • Transfer of Technology
  • Enhance production of import substitute silk through Transfer of Technology
  • Training
  • Strengthening institutional framework to support ongoing research and related programmes
  • Maintenance of Breeders Stock (P4 layings),
  • Publication of R&D innovations and package of practices for knowledge dissemination
  • Disease Forecasting and Forewarning
  • Collaborative Research Programmes with other R&D organizations in India and abroad
Mandate of RSRSs:
  • To identify regional specific problems in consultation with respective DOS.
  • To conduct research to find solutions to regional specific problems pertaining to sericulture industry.
  • To test verify the selected technologies developed by main institute and suggest fine tuning/modifications.
  • To conduct On - Farm Trials (OFT) of the selected technologies with selected farmers and in DOS farmers.
  • To conduct demonstrations of selected technologies through selected farmers.
  • To popularize the proven technologies through various extension methods by cluster area approach.
  • To conduct training for both gross root level extension staff of DOS and farmers on various technological aspects.
  • To conduct survey on crop yield, economics and disease and pest surveillance for forecasting/ forewarning.
  • To conduct TOT programme for DOS/NSSP once in a year.
  • To establish service center/consultancy center and also sericulture technology park at RSRSs for benefit of the sericulture farmers
Mandate of RECs and Sub-Units of RECs:
  • To conduct demonstrations of selected technologies through selected farmers.
  • To popularize the proven technologies through various extension methods by cluster area approach.
  • To Supply of inputs such as mulberry cuttings, silkworm seed, chawki worms and chemicals.
  • To conduct training for both gross root level extension staff of DOS and farmers on various technological aspects.
  • To conduct survey on crop yield, economics and disease and pest surveillance for forecasting/ forewarning.

 

IV.  OBJECTIVES AND STRATEGIES:


  • Conduct scientific, technical, economic and social research with respect to silk production.
  • Serve as a centre for collection and dissemination of information and advise on scientific, technical and economic matters concerned to sericulture industry.
  • Serve as a centre for specialized extension service to the sericulture industry.
  • Undertake training of scientific, technical and extension personnel at the managerial and operational cadres.
  • Conduct commercial research and production for effective promotion and utilization of different research findings.
  • Systematically identify the country's current and long term scientific and technological needs in the field of sericulture.
  • Develop higher levels of innovation and excellence in the field of sericulture technology.
  • Diversify and commercialise the sericulture sector in to seribuisiness.
  • Strengthen and enhance effectiveness of technology transfer and its adoption.

 

V.  ACTIVITIES / SERVICES OFFERED:


  • Research and Development
  •     Silkwork rearing
  •     Mulberry
  • Training
  •     Central Sector Schemes
  •     Integrated Skill Development Scheme
  •     Certificate courses
  •     Need based training to farmers / DOS officials
  • Extension activities
  •     Toll free communication to contact scientists by farmers
  •     Guidance to farmers in solving field problems
  •     Supply of quality mulberry cuttings and seed material
  •     Consultancy to farmers to take sericulture
  •     Training cum demo of rearing Chawki worms
  •     Transfer of Technology to field
  • Mechanisation in Sericulture
  •     Demonstration of different Sericulture machines
  •     Design and development of silkworm rearing houses for different agro-climates
  •     Training programmes on mechanization in sericulture
  •     Development of mechanized mulberry farms and silkworm rearing
  • Training cum demonstration centre
  • Chawki rearing centre
  • Biio-informatics
  • Library and Documentation
  •     Bi-monthly farmers magazine (Kannada) - Reshmevahini
  •     Publication of Half yearly journals – Indian Journal of Sericulture & Seridoc
  • Soil Testing & Soil Analysis

 

VI.  PUBLIC INFORMATION CELL


(Implementation of Right to Information Act, 2005)

For seeking information from CSRTI, Mysore under RTI Act' 2005, applications should be addressed to the Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) and the Demand Draft/ Banker Cheque/ Indian Postal Order should be drawn in favour of Director, CSRTI, Mysore. List of Central/ Assistant Public Information Officers (CPIO/APIOs) of CSRTI, Mysore is listed below.

Name, Designation & Email Unit/ Area of Work  
   
Dr. V. Sivaprasad, Dirctor
csrtimys.csb AT nic.in
Central Public Information Officer of this Institute CPIO
Dr. C.M. Kishor Kumar, Sci.-D
csrtimys.csb AT nic.in
Assistant Public Information Officer of this Institute APIO
Scientist-D & Incharge
rsrsana.csb AT nic.in
RSRS, Ananthapur & its units APIO

Scientist-D & Incharge
rsrssal.csb AT nic.in

RSRS, Salem & its units APIO
Scientist-D & Incharge
rsrskod.csb AT nic.in
RSRS, Kodathi & its units APIO
Scientist-D & Incharge
rsrscha.csb AT nic.in
RSRS, Chamarajanagar & its units APIO

 

VII.  STAKEHOLDERS / CLIENTS:


Departments concerned with sericulture development in all States of the Country

  • Non-Government Organizations (NGOs)
  • Farmers practicing sericulture
  • Silk Reelers
  • Silk Spinners
  • Entrepreneurs interested in taking up-
  • Cocoon growing
  • Silk reeling/spinning
  • Silkworm seed production
  • Manufacturers of chemicals and bio-pesticides for controlling pests and diseases of silkworms and its food plants

 

VIII.  REVIEW OF THE CHARTER:


The implementation and monitoring of the Citizen’s Charter is done by Director, CSRTI, Mysore from time to time.