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CPPS, TNAU - About the Centre
The Centre for Plant Protection Studies (CPPS) was established in April, 1984 in TNAU to coordinate and strengthen teaching, research and extension activities in Plant Protection and Sericulture. Departments of Agricultural Entomology, Plant Pathology, Plant Nematology and Sericulture are the constituents of this Directorate.
1 To offer education in Plant protection and the related aspects keeping in view of the changing global scenarios in agriculture and allied subjects
2 To develop cost effective, ecologically sustainable plant protection measures for agricultural, horticultural and forestry and sericigenous crops
3 To facilitate for the effective transfer of plant protection technologies to the stake holders
4 To facilitate development of entrepreneurship among the stake holders in bio-pesticides.
CENTRE OF ADVANCED FACULTY TRAINING ON
FUNCTIONAL INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT
at the Department of Agricultural Entomology,
Centre for Plant Protection Studies
adu Agricultural University, Coimbatore - 641 003
Visit the website, http://iasri.res.in/cbp/
which is the website of Capacity building Programme of Agricultural Education Division, ICAR. Create a login id and register fo
r the above CAFT course online.
Contact: Dr. S. Kuttalam, Professor and Head
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
INNOVATIVE INSECT MANAGEMENT APPROACHES FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRO ECOSYSTEM (IIMASAE)
January 27-30, 2015,
VENUE: AC & RI, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Recently concluded event
National Symposium on "Emerging Trends in Eco-friendly Insect Pest Management" Jan 22-24, 2014 at TNAU
Centre for Plant Protection Studies (i/c)