INSTITUTES

INSTITUTIONS OF DISTRICT SAHARANPUR

CENTRAL PULP & PAPER RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CPPRI)

An Autonomous Organization under Deptt. of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India

For further information contact on the following address :-

DIRECTOR
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI)
Post Office Box No.- 174, Paper Mill Road
Himmat Nagar, Saharanpur – 247001 (U.P.)
Telephone Office :- 0132-729398, 727227 (Direct)
Fax Office :- 0132-727387
Email: director[at]cppri[dot]org[dot]in
Website: www.cppri.org.in

THE INDIAN PULP AND PAPER TECHNICAL ASSOCIATION (IPPTA)
C.P.P.R.I. Campus, P.O. Box No. – 47, SAHARANPUR – 247001 (UP)

Introduction

IPPTA, The Indian Pulp & Paper Technical Association, born in 1964, is a family of professionals from the Pulp & Paper, Newsprint and Allied industry. The first Seminar, conducted by IPPTA, was held in the Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 11th & 12th April, 1964.

 

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SAHARANPUR CAMPUS, SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur Campus, formerly known as the School of Paper Technology was established by the Government of India in 1964, with an aid from the Royal Swedish Government. This School was managed by a Society created by U.P. Government until its merger with the then University of Roorkee in 1978. Saharanpur Campus is well planned and developing Campus acquiring 25 acres of land with the distance of around 50 kms from the Roorkee campus. The Saharanpur campus has three departments viz. Department of Paper Technology, Department of Polymer and Process engineering and Department of Applied Sciences and Engineering on March 1, 2012.to know more click here
Presently the Institute is conducting the following academic programmes:

PROGRAMMES  DURATION QUALIFICATION REQUIRED
Ph.D. M.Sc.(PP), M.Sc.(Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
M.Tech.(Pulp and Paper) 1 and ½ year B.Tech.(PP), Chem.E., Mech. Eng.
B.Tech (Pulp & Paper) 4 Years  10+2

HORTICULTURE RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTRE

Company Garden Saharanpur is one of the many institutions which was established around the mughal times. According to the District Gazetteer Intazam-Ud-Ullah was the first founder of this Garden. After remaining in the control of Marathas it was acquired by East India Company by the end of 1817 and was headed by District Surgeon. In the initial years main emphasis was laid in the developement of medicinal and eco-friendly plants and herbs. Various Section are carring out different important tasks within this centre prominent among which are Horticulture section, Cold Storage Section, Chemical Section, Biochemical and Radio Tracer Section, Fruit Preservation Section and Micro Biology Section etc. All these section are carring out commendable research work on the developement of horticulture and floriculture in saharanpur.

POST AND TELEGRAPH TRAINING CENTRE

After independence Post and Telegraph department felt the need of a centre where the employees of its department could receive proper training for the smooth functioning of the P & T Department. As a consequence of great efforts and active leadership of the then Transport, Civil aviation and Communication minister Shri Rafi Ahmad Kidwai P & T training Centre was established in Saharanpur in April 1951. This Centre was established keeping in view the following objectives :-

To impart knowledge for improving the efficiency of its employees.
Information about the changing role of public servants.
To make them aware of their role in the new environment.
To create awareness about service and accountability.

Among the various training courses being carried out by the centre are Induction Training (for Postal Assistance, Sorting Assistance, Signallers, Inspectors of post offices, Post Masters etc) and In Service Training (for lower Selection Grade Supervisors saving banks, postal assistants, PSS group B Officers etc)

SOIL CONSERVATION TRAINING CENTRE MUZAFFARABAD (SAHARANPUR)

This centre was established at Muzaffarbad in 1956. It is carring out prominent work in the field of Agronomy, Crop Sciences and Land Information, Soil Testing, Testings of Deficiency in soil and fertilisers and providing information and suggestions about type of crop to be sown. This Centre has a weather observatory, Soil Laboratary, Exhibition Section and well equipped library.