Slideshow | A cause for celebration: The “Village Gold” bio-product shop supported by the Bose Institute’s ST-Bio-Technology Programme – West Bengal


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The inauguration of our “Village Gold” bio-product shop took place on 6th February, 2016 in the presence of several dignitaries including Mr. Olaf Iversen (Consul General, Federal Republic of Germany, Kolkata), Mr. Suban Roy Chowdhury and Prof. Gautam Chakraborty (Bose Institute, Kolkata).

The trainees demonstrated how some of the bio-products are made.

The special attractions of the ‘Village Gold’ shop are bio-products like Muringa biscuits and powder; pickle, jam and jelly from papaya; chilly, mustard and mushrooms; and also village handicrafts like brooms and art items made from low cost materials.

We thank Bose Institute for all their support.

Pintu Ghosh (Supervisor, ST-Bio-technology programme, Ghosaldanga) with Dr. Boro Baski & Team, Ghosaldanga Bishnubati Adibasi Trust

Source and photo credit: Ghosaldanga Bishnubati Adibasi Trust © 2016 by email 18-2-16

The Bose Institute has served the nation for the past 85 years through its pursuit of advancement of knowledge in science and technology and by developing highly competent and able scientific manpower for the country. The institute has its staff highly qualified and experienced scientists devoted to original and path breaking research in the field of Plant Sciences, Molecular Biology, Structural Biology, Biomedical and Biotechnology.

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Registration under Trust Registration Act 1982
P.O. Sattore, Dist. Birbhum
West Bengal-731 236
India

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