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Complete particulars of this Institute including its functions, duties, organisationsal structure, training programmes, extension network, etc. is given in Institute's website "www.csrtimys.res.in".

The powers and duties of CSRTI officers and employees are as defined by Central Silk Board and as such there is no seperate powers & duties for CSRTI and its sub-units.

RESEARCH SIDE:
Procedure followed in decision making process is as shown below.
 
The Channel of supervision: Director - Scientist-E - Scientist-D - Scientist-C - Scientist-B.
 
ADMINISTRATIVE SIDE:
ACCOUNTS/AUDIT: Annual Action Plan is prepared and forwarded to Central Silk Board, Bangalore for approval. Grants are obtained for various expenses from Central Silk Board, Bangalore. Expenditure are incurred in accordance with Annual Action Plan. Monthly accounts and annual accounts are forwarded to Central Silk Board, Bangalore as a testimony of utilization of funds. Annual accounts, purchase proposals etc., are audited by the Internal audit, Central Silk Board, Bangalore and A.G. who furnishes true and fair certificate. 
 
ADMINISTRATION: All receipts are put-up by concerned case workers subject wise to their supervisor viz., Superintendent. The files are examined, suggested and forwarded by the Supdt. to the Sectional heads viz., Assistant Director (Administration & Accounts ). All such files are then categorized in accordance with delegation of powers at the level of Section Officer and accordingly disposed. Files requiring sanction / approval of the level of Divisional head and Head of office are then segregated and sent to Divisional Head viz., Deputy Director (A & A). Such files scrutinized and separated according to delegation of powers to the Divisional Head & Head of office. The files which can be disposed at Deputy Director ( A & A) level are accordingly disposed but remaining files / cases are referred to Head of office. Accordingly the accountability has been fixed at different points of disposal.
 
STORE PURCHASE PROCEDURE: Procedure for store purchase as mentioned in G.F.R., are being followed scrupulously and as per the guide lines issued by Central Silk Board and Central Vigilance Commission from time to time.
 
RESEARCH SIDE:
Need based research projects in mulberry sericulture are initially formulated by respective scientists from different fields and placed for discussion in Research Council (RC). Once the Research Council approves such projects, it is forwarded to concerned referees in respective field for obtaining their views. The views/suggestions of the referees incorporated in the final proposal of research projects are then placed before the Research Advisory Committee(RAC) for discussion. Once the RAC approves the project it is forwarded to central office for financial approval and project coding for implementation. Extension programme is implemented as per approved Annual action plan.
 
ADMINISTRATIVE SIDE:
CSRTI and its sub-units has adopted/ followed the rules and mannuals of Government of India i.e. FRSR, GFRs etc. as in Central Silk Board. Moreover, Central Silk Board has its own act called CSB Act, 1948 and CSB Rules, 1955. In addition to that, Labour norms, discharge of various functions, norms for employment are set by Central Silk Board. Repairs and maintenance of vehicles are made following the procedure laid down under G.F.R. Repair of buildings are entrusted to CPWD. Procurement, awards of contracts are lined up based on the provision of G.F.R. and also followed the guidelines of Central Silk Board as issued from time to time. Sanction of Study Leave is considered following CCS (Leave) Rules, 1965 and this is sanctioned by the Member Secretary, Central Silk Board, Bangalore depending upon its merit.
 
RESEARCH/ TECHNICAL SIDE:
  1. The progress of research work/projects are recorded/documented and preserved. Besides, News letters and Annual reports of the institute are published and circulated for information and kept for record purpose.
  2. Research findings are regularly published in scientific and technical journals by the scientists.
  3. The recommendations/suggestions/guidance provided by RCC/RAC/RC are documented, circulated among scientists and other technical staff for compliance.
  4. The Institute publishes hand books, manuals, handouts seminar proceedings and other technical documents for Seciculturists.
     
ADMINISTRATIVE SIDE:
  1. The Institute and its sub-units are adopting the rules adopted by Central Silk Board such as FRSR, GFR, CCS(CCA) Rules, CCS (Conduct) Rules, CCS (Leave) Rules, Rension Rules, GPF Rules, General Rules, T.A. Rules, LTC Rules, Rules for Children Education allowance, House building advance, Recruitment rules, etc.
  2. As far as Time scale Farm Workers are concerned the rules framed by Central Silk Board is followed.
  3. Specific instructions / orders issued by Central Silk Board from time to time in the matters related to general administration, technical work, stores purchases and vigilance are followed.
  4. Records pertaining to administration, assets are maintained by the administration Section and audited by Internal Audit and AG Audit.
     
AT INSTITUTE LEVEL:
  1. Documents of regular correspondences, office notes, orders, memorandums, reports, vouchers, bills, vehicles, land, etc.
  2. Registers like dead stock, assets, consumable, stationery, quotation, advance payment, bill, EMD/SD, accession, log books of vehicles and machines, attendance of all grades, service register of all staff and TSFWs, etc.
  3. Proceedings/ minutes of RC, RAC and other meetings. In addition to above, all CSRTI Publications.
     
AT SUB-UNITS (RSRSs) LEVEL:
  1. Documents of regular correspondences, office notes, orders, memorandums, reports, vouchers, bills, vehicles, land, etc.
  2. Registers like dead stock, assets, consumable, stationery, quotation, advance payment, bill, EMD/SD, accession, log books of vehicles and machines, attendance of all grades, service register of all staff and TSFWs, etc.
  3. Proceedings/ minutes of RRAC and other unit level meetings.
     
The Institute/ Sub-unit organizes the following public interactive events for the sake of the sericultural farmers and to address their field problems. Their need(s)/ demand(s) if any, will be taken care during future R&D policy formulations.
  • Krishi Mela
  • Seminars & Workshops
  • Field day
  • Exhibition-cum-Demonstration
     
AT INSTITUTE LEVEL:
The research monitoring is done by the RESEARCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE (RAC) & RESEARCH COUNCIL (RC) in this Institute and it is not open to public. However the minutes of these meetings are accessible to public. There are few other Committees which are mainly related with office administration.
 
a) RESEARCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE (RAC): To review the progress of on-going projects, technologies under trial/ demonstration/ commercialization, training, new project under formulation etc. and to suggest guidelines in priority areas. The Committee has been constituted under the Chairmanship of an external expert. The Committee meets once in 6 months. The present Committee was constituted in 2014 for a period of 3 years.
 
COMPOSITION OF RESEARCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE (RAC)
No. Name Designation Address
 
1.
Prof. S. R. Niranjana
Professor & Hon'ble VC
Chairman
GulburgaUniversity, Jnana Ganga
Kalaburagi - 585 106, Karnataka
2.
Dr. Chandrasekharaiah
Director (Rtd.), APSSRDI
Member
Kathriguppe, BSK III Stage
Bengaluru - 560 085, Karnataka
3.
Dr. A. Ramesh Sundar
Principal Scientist
Member
Plant Pathology, Sugarcane Breeding Institute (ICAR)
Coiambatore - 641 007, Tamil Nadu
4.
Prof. Ranganathan Ramani
Director (Rtd.)  (IINRG) 
Member
2A, Visakha, Doshi Nakshatra 1, 
Old SBI Colony, West Tambaram, Chennai 600 045 
5.
Prof. K.C. Narayana Swamy
Department of Sericulture
Member
University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS)
GKVK, Bengaluru - 560 065, Karnataka
6. Dr. K.P. Chinnaswamy,
Professor & Head
Member Dept. of Sericulture, University of Agricultural Sciences,
GKVK, Bangalore
7. Commissioner of Sericulture, 
Govt. of Karnataka
Member 5th Floor, M. S. Building, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Veedhi,
Bengaluru - 560 001, Karnataka
8. Director of Sericulture,
Govt. of Tamilnadu
Member
Department of Sericulture, Nethaji Nagar, Hasthampatty
Salem - 636 007, Tamil Nadu
9. Commissioner of Sericulture,
Govt. of Andhra Pradesh
Member
TTPC Building, First Floor, Old Market Yard
Chuttugunta (Besides Mini Rythu Bazar)
Guntur - 522 007, Andhra Pradesh
10. Commissioner of Sericulture,
Govt. of Telungana
Member
Road No. 72, Prashasan Nagar, Adjacent to Water Tank,
Jubilee Hills,  
Hyderabad - 500 033, Telangana
11. Director of Sericulture,
Govt. of Maharastra
Member New Administrative Building, No.2, B-Wing,  VI Floor,
Civil Lane,  Nagpur – 440 010. Maharashtra
12. The Commissioner,
Govt. of Kerala
Member Commissionerate of Rural Development, LMS Compound,
Vikas Bhavan,  Thiruvananthapuram-695 033,  Kerala
13. The Commissioner,
Govt. of Madhaya Pradesh
Member Directorate of Sericulture, Lower Basement,
Satpura Bhavan, Bhopal – 461 004, Madhya Pradesh
14. Director (Technical),
Central Silk Board
Member P.B. No. 6825, CSB Complex, BTM Layout,Hosur Road, Madivala,
Bangalore-560 068.
15. Director, CSTRI Member Ist Floor, CSB Complex, BTM Layout,Hosur Road, Madivala,
Bangalore-560 068.
16. Director, CSR&TI Member-Convenor Manandawadi Road, Srirampura, Mysore-570008.
17.
Two Farmers/ Stakeholders nominated by respective State Department of Sericulture
Note: The Scientists and Head of Sub-units of CSRTI will be invitees.


b) OTHER COMMITTEES:  The following committees constituted with in-house Chairperson & members mainly for smooth office administration.

COMPOSITION OF OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE (OLIC)
NO. NAME & Designation   Division / sECTION
 
1. Director, CSRTI, Mysore Chairman, OLIC  
2. Dr. Satish Verma, Scientist-E Member Sericulture Engg.
3. Dr. B.T. Srinivas, Scientist-D Member FMS
4. Sh. K. Rajasekhar, Scientist-D Member Training Division
5. Dr. Somaprakash,  Scientist-D Member SEEM Division
6. Dr. Vineet Kumar,  Scientist-D Member PMCE
7. Dr. Mary Josepha, Scientist-D Member Silkworm Crop Protection
8. Dr. C.M. Kishore Kumar, Scientist-D Member BBL
9. Dr. S. Purushotham Member RTI
10. Dr. J.B. Narendra Kumar, Scientist-D Member PML
11. Dr. Mandira Murthy, Scientist-D Member Bolecular Biology II
12. Sh. M.N. Chandrashekhar, Sci-D Member Reeling
13. Dr. P.M. Prateesh Kumar, Scientist-D Member Mulberry Pathology
14. Sh. K.B. Chandrashekar, Scientist-D Member MBL
15. Dr. Gandhi Doss,  Scientist-D Member MBG
16. Dr. P.C. Shantha, Scientist-D Member TVDC
17. Dr. Sihayen Sen, Scientist-C Member SSC
18. Dr. V. K. Yadav,  Scientist-C Member Agronomy
19. Sh. V. Ganesan, DD(C) Member Computer Cenre
20. Sh. B.Y. Talwar, LIO Member Library
21. Sri Dheeraj Kumar, DD(F) Member Accounts Section
22. Dr.G.S. Aruna Kumar, Scientist-B Member Molecular Biology
23. Dr.Y. Thiruppataiah, Scientist-B Member SW Physiology
24. Dr. Tanmay Sarkar, Scientist-B Member Host Plant Improvement
25. Ms. Joycy Rani,  Scientist-B Member SEEM
26. Dr. Vaijayanthy, Scientist-B Member Mulberry Physiology
27. Smt. B. Giijamma, AD(A & A) Member Accounts Section
28. Sh. H.K. Rama Rao, AD(A & A) Member Store Section
29. Sh. B.S. Vishwanath, AD(A & A) Member Establishment
30. Sh. S.K. Upadhyaay, DD(OL) Member Convener Hindi Section

AT SUB-UNITS (RSRSs) LEVEL:

The research monitoring at RSRSs level is done by the REGIONAL RESEARCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE (RRAC). This Committee under the Chairmanship of Concerned DOS will guide, monitor and evaluate the research and extension work of RSRSs as also extension units. The meeting is conducted once in 6 months. The present Committee was constituted in November, 2007 for a period of 3 years. There are few other committees like purchase review, quarters allottment, maintenance, library, etc. which are mainly related with office administration of respective RSRS.

Approved Budget Estimates for 2015-16
No. Budget Head Amount (in Lakh .)
   
1. Non - Plan 4691.70
2. Plan 344.46
TOTAL 5036.16

 

The Centrally Sponsored Programme namely Cluster Promotion Programme (CPP) is one of the important Schemes implemented by CSB in collaboration with State Department. The CPP is a unique and effective tool for transfer of technologies in the field devolved by the research institutes of Central Silk Board during XII Plan. Under this Institute 107 clusters were initiated in southern states and Madhya Pradesh.  The details are as follows.
 
No.StateNo. of Clusters
  
1.Karnataka46
2.Tamil nadu28
3.Andhra Pradesh17
4.Maharastra9
5.Kerala2
6.Madhya Pradesh5
TOTAL107
 
Each cluster covers about 250 farmers with  land holding of minimum 0.05 Ha. Full details of the sharing pattern & its beneficiaries followed under CPP are available at Central Silk Board website.
 

More than 80% of this Institute technologies are commercially exploited and few of them patented also.  For full information about Technologies, its commercialization & Pattenting details refer the concered pages on this website.

No.dETAILSdESCRIPTION
  
1CSRTI Website
(www.csrtimys.res.in)
Contains all the information on the functioning and activities of CSRTI, Mysore.
2Bibliographical database on SericultureBibliographical reference of all sericulture related research articles.
3Technology Demonstration CDsDemonstration of all technologies of this Institute in Video CDs.

 

No.Facility availableDescription
  
1.LibraryMore than 10,000 books and around 100 national & international journels related to sericulture for reference.
2.Farmers' Advisory CentreProviding first hand information on new technologies and on the spot solutions to the problems faced by the farmers.
3.KioskProvide vital information on sericulture technologies, cocoon and raw silk prices, etc. for the farmers in English and Kannada.
4.Technological MuseumDisplay of all technologies developed by the Institute. 
5.Audio-Visual TheaterTo play the technological VCDs for farmers. 
6.Seri consultancy servicesFor Large Scale/ Corpoate/ Contract Sericulture Farming. 

 

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.

No. Name & Designation  Area of Work Contact Details   Officer Senior to the CPIO and first Appellate Authority
   
1. Dr. V. Sivaprasad, Director Overall Incharge   +91 821 2362757
  csrtimys.csb AT nic.in
CPIO
CEO & Member Secretary, 
Central Silk Board,
Bangalore. 
  +91 80 26680190
  ms.csb AT nic.in
2. Dr. Kishore Kumar, Scientist-D All issues related to Technical, Research, Budget, accounts, bills &  audit, Establishment, Store Purchase, legal, labout and others   +91 821 2362757
  csrtimys.csb AT nic.in
APIO