Academics

Projects


Short term trainings

CMPR permits M. Sc students from various academic institutions to carry out short-term training for a minimum period of one month (summer training) and maximum 6 months in various disciplines.

M. Sc / M.Phil Projects

CMPR permits students from various academic institutions at the M. Sc and M. Phil level to carry out dissertation and project work in various disciplines.

Subjects and Terms and Conditions are mentioned in the Overview.

Eligibility

Students who have secured >60% marks in just previous examination (2nd / 3rd semester in semester system or 1st year in annual system) are eligible for M.Sc. project work and those who have first class M. Sc. degree are eligible for M. Phil project work.

Selection criteria

Based on the marks obtained in the qualifying examination and the area of interest subject to the number of vacancies available with each scientist. Allotment to individual scientists will therefore depend on their consent and vacancies available with them.

Fee structure

Duration of training

Plant tissue culture

Molecular biology

Plant Systematics/ Pharmacognosy/ Agri. Extension

Phytochemistry

1 month (summer training only)

7,500

15,000

5,000

7,500

3 months (Projects/training)

15,000

25,000

7,500

15,000

6 months (Projects/training)

20,000

40,000

15,000

30,000

How to Apply

Candidates possessing eligibility may send their application in the prescribed format for short-term training programme and  M. Sc project work in various disciplines (available under ‘Downloads’) to the Project Director, through the Head of the Department or Principal of the college along with attested copies of marks list, clearly indicating the subject and period of the training required. Applications can be submitted by E-mail either as a scanned copy to trainingcmpr@gmail.com or by post to the Project Director. Last date for receipt of application is 15th January (for project to be carried out during April-June) and 15th October (for project to be carried out during January-March) of every year.

The selected candidates will only be informed.

For more details contact


Project Director

Centre for Medicinal Plants Research (CMPR)

Arya Vaidya Sala, Changuvetty, Kottakkal

Malappuram – 676 503, Kerala, India

Phone: 0483 2806200, 2806211

Email: trainingcmpr@gmail.com

  • "The Centre for Medicinal Plants Research functions as a pioneer institute in the area of research, education, conservation and popularisation of Ayurvedic medicinal plants."

  • "The Centre for Medicinal Plants Research functions as a pioneer institute in the area of research, education, conservation and popularisation of Ayurvedic medicinal plants."

  • "The Centre for Medicinal Plants Research functions as a pioneer institute in the area of research, education, conservation and popularisation of Ayurvedic medicinal plants."