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Old February 13th, 2013, 06:28 PM   #61
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IT parks to come up at Mysore, Mangalore

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In an effort to help IT industry expand its presence in Tier-II cities, the Karnataka government has initiated a series of measures to improve IT infrastructure such as setting up of IT parks.

In this direction, the government has assigned this task to Karnataka State Electronics Development Corporation Limited (Keonics), the state-owned IT infrastructure facility services company.

Keonics is actively involved in establishing IT parks in Tier-II cities such as Hubli, Gulbarga, Shimoga, Mysore and Mangalore. The corporation, which has already set up an IT park in Hubli, is now setting up an IT SEZ and an IT park in the non-SEZ areas in Shimoga. Keonics has been mandated to establish and develop these two in KIADB Industrial Estate, off Shimoga-Bhadravathi highway.

The corporation is developing 1 million sft built-up area in 25 acres of land allotted for developing the IT SEZ with an estimated investment of Rs 250 crore on a public private partnership (PPP) model. Co-developers have been identified and the work is in progress in the first phase in an area of 6 acres. All necessary approvals have been obtained from the Centre and other agencies, the Economic Survey 2012-13 said.

The first phase of construction has been completed in the non-SEZ at Shimoga for a built-up area of 67,599 sft out of a total area of 100,000 sft has been completed at a cost of Rs 15.46 crore.

Keonics has also taken up an IT Park project in Gulbarga on 2 acres of land with a built-up area of 150,000 sft in three phases at an estimated cost of Rs 23.90 crore. The construction of the first phase has been completed. The corporation has offered several incentives to the local entrepreneurs, including allotting workspace at nominal rates.

The state government has also approved the proposal for establishing IT parks at Mysore and Mangalore in PPP mode. The tendering process for identifying the private partner has been initiated and the implementation of the project is expected to take off during 2013, the Economic Survey said.

Keonics is also set to play a vital role in the upcoming Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) project conceived and being developed by the central and state governments near Bangalore international airport with an initial investment of Rs 1,600 crore on over 2,100 acres in the first phase.

The project is aimed at housing an IT SEZ and an electronic hardware park among other ancillary industries along with an integrated township.
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Mysore, Feb.19- The two-day ‘Indo-Canadian Symposium on Nano-Science and Technology,’ jointly organised by the National Institute of Engineering (NIE), Mysore and McMaster University, Canada, will be inaugurated by Prof. Robert Pelton, Canada Research Chair in Interfacial Technologies and Scientific Director, SENTINEL, McMaster University at Prof. CNR Rao Rostrum, Diamond Jubilee Sports Complex, NIE here on Feb. 20 at 9.30 am.

The primary objective of this International symposium is to provide a platform for the participants from academia, research organisations and industry, who are actively involved in research on Nano-science and Technology, to present results from their ongoing work. This Symposium provides opportunities for the delegates to directly exchange new ideas and applications of Nano-science and Technology to foster business or research initiatives and to find global partners for future collaboration through their poster presentations, abstracts or full papers.

S.R.Subba Rao, Hon. President, NIE, will preside.

The proceedings of the Symposium will be released by Prof. G. U. Kulkarni, Dean - Academic, Chemistry & Physics of Materials Unit on Nano-science at JNCASR, Bangalore.

Prof. John S. Preston, Professor, Department of Engineering Physics, McMaster University, will be the guest of honour.

The Symposium features plenary talks by leading academic experts in Nano-science and Technology from McMaster University, JNCASR, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and other premier organisations. This is followed by oral presentations by research scholars working in the frontier areas like functional nanocomposites, nano-photonics and nano-electronics, advanced nano materials, synthesis of nanomaterials, nano-fluids, nano-materials for renewable energy applications and commercialisation of nanotechnology.

The Symposium has been organised in association with Ministry of Human Resources Development-World Bank’s Technical Education Quality Improvement Project (TEQIP) and Department of Science & Technology, Government of India.

The Karnataka Science and Technology Academy, Government of Karnataka, has sponsored 35 faculty members of science colleges, science teachers of engineering colleges and faculty members of medical and pharmacy colleges for the Symposium. The mega event, which is of inter-disciplinary nature, is being organised by the Centre for Nanotechnology at NIE headed by Dr. G. L. Shekar, Principal, NIE.

It may be recalled here that NIE has signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with McMaster University, Canada, to jointly work in areas of Nano-science, Energy and Water. In this regard, a few faculty members from NIE paid a visit to McMaster University and some of the well-known academicians from McMaster University have visited NIE.

One of the research students of NIE is pursuing Master’s at McMaster University and working on bio-active paper sensors developed by the SENTINEL Solutions under Prof. Robert Pelton. In fact, NIE has taken the responsibility of conducting a pilot study to test the water quality in nearby villages using these bioactive paper sensors.

As part of the academic cooperation, the first Indo-Canadian international Symposium on Nanoscience and Technology is being organised by the Centre for Nanotechnology (CNT) at NIE. The valedictory programme will be held on Feb. 21at 5.30 pm.

Prof. Peter Mascher, Professor and William Sinclair Chair in Optoelectronics, Associate Dean (Research and External Relations), Faculty of Engineering, McMaster University, will deliver the valedictory address.

Prof. Rajasekara Murthy, Emeritus Scientist, National Water Research Institute, Canada, will be the guest of honour. H.N.Ramathirtha, Past President and Director, NIE, will preside over the function.
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looks like Mysore is making strides in electronic manufacturing. Look at this company. However to succeed they have to beef up their dealer and service network aggressively. Proper reach is is the mantra for success.

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‘Sanction subcentre to give MSMEs a boost’

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Following the announcement of the hike in freight rates in the Railway Budget on Tuesday, which may affect transportation charges and result in fuel price increase, industrialists in the city are pinning their hopes on Thursday’s general budget for a reduction in excise and tax.

With the economy just recovering, stakeholders from the commerce and industrial sectors have said that the Union Finance Minister should not put the brakes on the gathering momentum with a fresh dose of taxes, but instead should reduce the burden to ensure faster growth.

“As far as Mysore is concerned, we want the Union government to sanction a subcentre for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to give a fillip to the sector. The subcentre would help us avail ourselves of many benefits available to MSMEs,” said Suresh Kumar Jain, general secretary, Mysore Industries Association. Stakeholders have submitted a memorandum to Minister of State for MSMEs K.H. Muniyappa in this regard.

Such a subcentre existed in the city till the 1990s but it was subsequently shifted to Bangalore.

If established, the subcentre will cater to Mysore, Mandya, Chamarajanagar, Hassan, Kodagu and Chikamagalur and will introduce skill-development activities, establishment of training institutes among others. The stakeholders have also sought a branch office of the National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) in the city as it would enable them to raise financial resources through banks for industrial activity. The NSIC helps MSMEs meet credit requirements. It has entered into an MoU with various nationalised and private banks and takes care of the documentation process, thus ensuring business credit to the entrepreneurs.

In addition, the NSIC also extends training for technology upgrading and conducts courses apart from providing technical services, according to stakeholders.

There is a consensus that because a majority of the industries in Mysore are SSIs or MSMEs, the subcentre and branch office will go a long way in propelling industrial growth.

The Union government has already cleared a packaging cluster for Mysore but funds are yet to be released. The stakeholders are hopeful that the Rs. 15 crore required for establishing the cluster would be sanctioned in the budget.

Likewise, they are anticipating clearance for general engineering cluster, printing cluster and auto clusters to give a boost to ancillary industries in Mysore.

Their other demands include renewal of credit-linked capital subsidy to all industries, which will enable industrialists to avail 15 per cent subsidy on investment and funds for industrial area development through the ASIDE.

Stakeholders also seek branch office of the National Small Industries Corporation in city

They are hopeful that Rs. 15 cr. to set up packaging cluster will be sanctioned in budget
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YKK to buy out Bhoruka Aluminium's Mysore extrusion biz

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Japanese conglomerate YKK Group is in an advanced stage of negotiations to buy out the aluminium extrusion business of Mysore-based Bhoruka Aluminium.

The world's largest manufacturer of zippers and hooks is expected to pay Rs 120 crore to acquire the business, which includes India's second-largest integrated aluminium extrusion manufacturing plant in Mysore
, said two persons familiar with the development.

"The deal may be inked as early as this weekend," said one of the persons quoted above. The transaction is understood to be executed through the $6-billion Japanese major's Singapore-based holding company YKK Holding Asia.

YKK and Bhoruka AluminiumBSE 4.35 % did not respond to e-mails on the subject. Mumbai-based Singhi Advisors is advising Bhoruka Aluminium. Bhoruka Aluminium (BAL), promoted by the TCI-Bhoruka Group, has decided to exit the extrusion business after the economic slowdown put a heavy strain on its operations.

The company, which borrowed heavily at the peak of 2007-08 to build a plant at Metagalli in Mysore, plunged into losses as the recession curtailed the demand from the real estate industry. Faced with default in loan-repayments, lenders led by SBIBSE 0.67 % had initiated a restructuring exercise in 2011 to sell the assets of the company and recover their dues.

The restructuring also involved carving out the extrusion business into a separate entity. Bhoruka Aluminium, with an annual extrusion capacity of 18,000 M, is also engaged in the agricultural business.

The company's 180-odd employees are likely to be shifted into the hived-off entity. YKK, one of the world's largest manufacturers of aluminium extrusion and architectural products, has been making consistent efforts to enter India owing to the long-term prospects seen in the real estate and automobile sectors in the country.

Though slowdown has halted the growth in the real estate sector, urban India is estimated to have a shortage of 2.65 crore houses at the end of 2012, according to the ministry of housing and urban development. A McKinsey study has estimated that by 2015, around 41% of Indian population will live on a monthly family income of Rs 7,500 to Rs 17,000.

Housing projects launched by the government and public sector are hardly affordable to this group of more than 30 crore Indians. "YKK's interest stems from the fact that the Japanese market is saturating and the consumer market in India is poised for a substantial growth.

Demand for aluminium extrusion products are also expected to rise as aluminium is increasingly replacing other metals such as copper and steel," said an analyst, who tracks aluminium industry in a Mumbai-based institutional brokerage firm, who does not want to be quoted.

"With aluminium producers such as HindalcoBSE 0.54 % and Sterlite ramping up their capacities, it is easy to source raw material and convert them to attractive products," he added.
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The $6-billion Japanese giant YKK AP has acquired the aluminium extrusions business of Bhoruka Aluminium (BAL), part of TCI-Bhoruka, in a slump sale, said people directly briefed on the matter. Mysore-based Bhoruka is India's second largest commercial extrusions firm after Jindal Aluminium.

The deal is part of BAL's efforts to pare debts after it become a non-performing asset (NPA) to lender State Bank of India. YKK has executed the buy through its Singapore-headquartered holding company YKK Holdings Asia.

BAL's extrusions business caters to the construction, automotive and industrial sectors in the country.

YKK is expected to pay around Rs 120 crore to buy out the unit. Investment bank Singhi Advisors were sole advisors to the transaction.

YKK Group is a significant player in the global aluminium products and a worldwide leader in zipper business. The deal is expected to be announced later this week.

BAL, with aluminium production capacity of 18,000 MT per annum, had borrowed heavily in the years prior to the 2008 global meltdown to increase its production base. The economic crisis and the subsequent crash in the Indian construction market saw the company finding it tough to service the debt,and turned an NPA in 2011. However, lenders and creditors of BAL agreed on a restructuring settlement with the company's board, wherein the company's aluminium extrusions business with approximately Rs 120 crore as liabilities would be hived off.
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DFRL dishes out 11 new menus for armed forces

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MYSORE: The Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL), which is involved in developing food products for the Army and paramilitary forces has dished out 11 new menus on Thursday.

D N Reddy, chairman, Recruitment and Assessment Centre, released the newly-developed food products during an oration programme which was part of DFRL's golden jubilee celebrations.

Speaking on topic "Agro-based food processing technologies in the country, Reddy said the sector is being identified as a high priority industry in India. Technology available in the country in the agro food processing equipment sector is not much advanced when compared to developed countries.

In India, the major thrust in research and development in the agri food sector has been on the development. They are put forward by CFTRI, IARI, DRDL, Post Harvest Technology Centre (PHTC,IIT Kharagpur) and DFRL. These laboratories have been fairly successful in developing innovative equipment in the food processing sectors, he said.

An array of food products and technologies developed by the DFRL cater to the requirements of the armed forces. The products released on Thursday include ready to eat protein rich mutton bar. This is a rich source of vitamin-B and minerals. The Muskmelon Shrikhand is value for its health benefits apart form its appetizing flavour. The Soy Curd which provides balanced nutrition has 83 per cent less saturated fat. The idli-sambar which is a traditional Indian delicacy, is dried and capable of reconstituting by mere mixing with hot water.

The other products include instant porridge/rice kheer, crunchy hot and sweet carbohydrate bars which contains ranger of nutritiens, vitamins as well as sufficient protein and fat to keep the body functioning.

"Army men find it difficult to carry heavy loads of food to last the duration of operations. Ready to eat food products have less weight and provides the basic energy that they require, according to director, DFRL Mysore Harsh Vardhana Batra. The food would ensure satiety while addressing energy needs.
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DFRL teams up with Karnataka horti dept for value-added tomato products

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Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL), Mysore, in association with the Karnataka department of horticulture has embarked on a project to help tomato farmers to realise appropriate value for their produce by taking up manufacture of value-added products from tomato. This includes methods to preserve puree, ready-to-serve beverage, green and red tomato chutneys, tomato curry paste, tomato sambhar / rasam pastes, dehydrated tomato powder, intermediate moisture tomato slices, and tomato sauce.

A total number of three workshops were carried out so far in Chikballapur, Chintamani and Sidlagatta in collaboration with state horticulture department under the supervision of deputy director of horticulture, Chikballapur district.

Nearly 350 tomato farmers, rural entrepreneurs, rural women and SHGs were trained as delegates in tomato processing towards the manufacture of specific tomato products as highlighted before. The feedback on the workshops was extremely encouraging and the state horticulture department is upon the task for establishing necessary backward and forward linkages in marketing and funding of projects by the marketing and financial bodies.

"At present, tomato farmers are facing much agony as the produce during the glut season is not fetching adequate price and the farmers often resort to not harvesting their crop or to throw away the produce as even the transportation costs are not realised due to the lack of appropriate post-harvest management of tomato," stated a source at DFRL.

DFRL scientific teams started making use of a mobile processing unit which can be transported into rural areas for the purpose of value addition and the demos / workshops were carried out in make-shift accommodations.

Nearly 350 tomato farmers, rural entrepreneurs, rural women and SHGs were trained as delegates in tomato processing towards the manufacture of specific tomato products as highlighted before. The feedback on the workshops was extremely encouraging and the state horticulture department is upon the task for establishing necessary backward and forward linkages in marketing and funding of projects by the marketing and financial bodies, according to DFRL.
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