Agricultural exports from India grew 18 per cent to $21 billion in the April-October 2017-18 period compared to just 5 per cent in 2016-17 as per the Govt. statistics. Indian Govt. wants to boost exports by identifying new markets and niche products and very soon the ‘Agricultural Export Policy’ will be announced. Export of Agricultural produce must touch around $60 billion by 2020 (double from the 2015 level) to help double farmers’ income. Exports can be increased largely by focusing on value addition and bringing down wastage through pre and post-harvest Processing. The Indian food industry is poised for huge growth, increasing its contribution to world food trade every year due to its immense potential for value addition, particularly within the food processing industry.
MCCIA receives a lot of enquiries about ‘Agri-Food Export’ from the beginners and new entrepreneurs, who wants to understand how to successfully Export Agricultural Commodities and Processed Food Products. Considering this need, MCCIA has planned a Seminar on ‘Opportunities in Agri-Food Exports’.
Topic/Content: Opportunity Areas, Sanitary & Phyto Sanitary (SPS) Certification for Export of Agriculture Commodities, Plant Quarantine Regulations, International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC), Quality Parameters for Agriculture Exports, Documentation for Export, Requirement of Advance Certification for Agriculture and Horticulture Commodities including Organic Certification, HACCP, Global GAP, Residue Analysis Report (MRL), Agmark etc. Online Certification Procedure through PQIS and various NETs to fulfill the requirement of Importing Countries. Medium of instruction: PPT will be in English and the Talk will be in Marathi.
For Whom: The programme is designed for the existing as well as the new Agri Exporters, Progressive Farmers who want to enter in the Exports of Agriculture Commodities, Food Processing Units, Grower-Exporters, Export Houses, Deemed Exporters, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Advisors, Business Service Providers, Students of Agri. & Food Science and related stake holders.
Faculty: Mr. Govind Hande, M.Sc. (Agri.) a Sr. Technical Officer and State Authority for Phyto Sanitary Certification for Agri Exports, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Maharashtra who has more than 30 years experience in various Agri Export Certifications, Quality Regulation for Agri Exports and APEDA’s Procedural Compliance etc.
The details of the seminar are as follows:
Day & Date : Friday, 18th May 2018
Time : 3.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. (Pls. reach the venue by 3.15 p.m.)
Venue : MCCIA Building, Plot No. P-86 MIDC, Ahmednagar 414 111
Fees : Rs. 600 + Rs. 108 GST = Rs. 708/- (per person for MCCIA Member, Number required)
: Rs. 800 + Rs. 144 GST = Rs. 944/- (per person for Non- Member)
(Please carry exact amount/change)
Registration: Prior Registration is necessary. Rush your entries. Due to the limited seats, registration will be accepted on first-come-first-serve basis. Register your name preferably online on www.mcciapune.com (Events Section) or send your nominations by Email to Mr. Vilas Kulkarni, Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org , (M:9863056198) Office-Tel. 0241-2777837, MCCIA Building, Plot No. P-86, Near MIDC Office and Post Office, MIDC, Ahmednagar - 414111. Please mention Name of Person, Name of Company, and Contact Number & Email ID in your email. On the spot registration will not be accepted. MCCIA reserves the right of admission. Late & Free entry will not be allowed; No Refund Policy. Last Date for Registration – 17th May 2018. On the Spot or Telephonic registrations will not be accepted.