National Sugar Institute, Kanpur, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Government of India for following Courses invites applications from eligible candidates who wish to seek admission for the academic session 2020-21.
|Application Fee –For all candidates except SC/ST||Rs. 1500/-|
|Application Fee – for SC /ST Candidates||Rs. 1000/-|
|Application fee to be sent in the form of DD drawn in favour of||“Director, National Sugar Institute” payable at Kanpur|
|On- line submission of application forms||From 20th March 2020 – For Indian candidates |
From 17th February 2020 – For foreign category candidates
|Last date for submission of on-line Applications||4th May 2020 (5:00 PM) – For Indian candidates |
4th April 2020 (5.00 PM)- For foreign category candidates
|Last date for receipt of downloaded printout of duly filled & signed online application forms at NSI Kanpur by hand or by post (For Indian candidates)||15th May 2020 (5:00 PM)- – For Indian candidates|
|SL. No||Course offered||Eligibility||No. of Seats||Mode of Selection|
|1.||P.G. Diploma Course of Associateship of National Sugar Institute in Sugar Technology [ANSI (ST)]||B.Sc. with Chemistry. Physics & Mathematics or Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical. Engineering.||66||Admission Test|
|2.||P.G. Diploma Course of Associateship of National Sugar Institute in Sugar Engineering [ANSI (SE)||Bachelor’s Degree or A.M.I.E (from The Institutions of Engineers, India) in Mechanical / Production / Electrical./ Electrical & Electronics||33||Admission Test|
|3.||P. G. Diploma Course in Industrial Fermentation and Alcohol Technology[DIFAT]||B.Sc. with Chemistry / Applied Chemistry./ Industrial Chemistry/BioChemistry as one of the subject or B.Tech. in Bio-Technology./ Chemical Engg. or Bio-Chemical Engg.||39||Admission Test|
|4.||P.G. Diploma Course in Sugarcane Productivity & Maturity Management [ DSPMM]||B.Sc / B.Sc. Agriculture||20||Admission Test|
|5.||P.G. Diploma Course in Industrial Instrumentation & Process Automation [DIIPA]||Bachelor’s Degree or A.M.I.E (from The Institutions of Engineers, India) in Electronics & Instrumentation/Electronics/Instrumentation/ Electrical & Electronics/ Applied Electronics & Instrumentation/Electronics & Communication/Instrumentation & Control.||17||Admission Test|
|6.||P. G. Diploma Course in Quality Control And Environmental Science [DQCES]||B.Sc. with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Zoology, Botany, Chemistry / B.Sc. with Environmental Science/B.Sc. (Bio-Technology) or / B.Tech. (Bio-Technology).||22||Admission Test|
|7.||Sugar Boiling Certificate Course [SBCC]||Matriculate/ High School with Science/ Agriculture Exp:- One season (of minimum 90 days) experience of pan-operation in a vacuum pan sugar factory along with nomination||63||Admission Test|
|8.||Sugar Engineering Certificate Course.[SECC]||Diploma in Mechanical / Production / Electrical./ Electrical & Electronics from a recognized Technical School/Polytechnic||17||Admission Test|
|9.||Certificate Course in Quality Control [CCQC]||12th Standard in Science (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)||22||Admission Test|
|10.||F.N.S.I. in Sugar Technology or Sugar Chemistry||ANSI (Sugar Tech) for FNSI in Sugar Technology or Sugar Chemistry, ANSI (Sugar Engg.) for FNSI in Sugar Engg. & DIFAT for FNSI in Fermentation Technology. Application for F.N.S.I. in Sugar Technology & Sugar Engineering should be sponsored by a sugar factory for carrying out the research pertaining to this course. Similarly, application for F.N.S.I. in Fermentation Technology should be sponsored by a distillery or brewery industry for carrying out the research work pertaining to this course. Unsponsored applications would be rejected.||As per require ment||Personal |
|11.||F.N.S.I. in Sugar Engineering||Same as F.N.S.I. in Sugar Technology or Sugar Chemistry||As per require ment|| Personal |
|12.||F.N.S.I. in Fermentation Technology||Same as F.N.S.I. in Sugar Technology or Sugar Chemistry||As per require ment||Personal |
- For courses at Sl. No 1, 2, 3, 4,5,6,8 & 9 above, final year appearing candidates may also apply.
Interested Candidates Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply Online.
It was the Indian Sugar Committee appointed by the Government of India in 1920 that first recommended the establishment of an all India institute for research in sugar technology.
The need for a central sugar research institute was also emphasized by the Royal Commission in Agriculture in 1928 and the Tariff Board in 1930.