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1 Indian Institute of Packaging Presented By, Presented To, Mr. Rajpreet Singh Pranav Mittal

2 Contents Introduction Objectives Major Roles Activities Conclusion

3 Introduction Established in the year 1966 jointly by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India and the Packaging and Allied Industries in the country The Institute was registered as a Society under the Societies Registration Act 1860, on 14th May, 1966 The Institute's endeavour is to improve the standards of packaging

4 Objectives To make Indian Institute of Packaging a World Class Centre of Excellence with Sustained Commitment from the Stake Holders To Develop Close International Relationship with Worldwide Packaging Fraternity To make India a Focal Point for Contemporary Developments in Art, Science, Technology and Engineering in the Field of Packaging

5 Continued… The objects for which the Indian Institute Of Packaging is established are To stimulate consciousness of good packaging To undertake and promote study, Research and Development in packaging and package design To recommend standards for packages, packaging materials, processes and equipment To test, evaluate and certify packages, packaging systems, packaging materials, equipment and processes To provide consultancy services on packaging problems To study packaging for export commodity wise and country wise and suggest measures to authorities concerned for effecting improvements

6 Continued… To provide short term and long term training in packaging Technology for specified personnel employed in industry, commerce and Government. To promote and stimulate action in universities and colleges, to provide education in packaging technology To analyze the implication of a sound policy on packaging on domestic production, domestic consumption and domestic prices To study methods and procedures of incentives appropriate for development of packaging To analyze the institutional framework most conducive to the promotion of packaging To study the packaging requirements with special reference to transport by road, water, rail and air To study the impact of packaging on marketing

7 Continued… To established relation and co-operate with any other agency or organization having similar objectives in India and abroad To provide and disseminate information relating to packaging To prepare, print and publish any paper or periodicals or reports To establish and maintain libraries and information services to facilitate the study of the various objects for which the Society is established To constitute regional Institutes at convenient places in India and outside to promote the objects of the society To invite representatives of Government, industry, trade and other institutions and organizations, Indian and Foreign, to deliver lectures on subjects in which the society is interested

8 Major Roles and Activities RESEARCH The objective set for the Institute was to bring about and sustain appropriate improvements in the standards of packaging particularly for exports Carries out activities covering Applied Research, Training, Information Services, Testing, Quality Control etc in the field of Packaging This has gone a long way in improving the standards of packaging in the country The institute is constantly trying to improve the standards of packaging both to the domestic needs and exports

9 Continued… Activity of the Institute today are in line with those of the premier packaging institutes in the world over o Training & Education o Consultancy & Projects o Laboratory Testing o Q.C Schemes o Exhibition & Design o Information and Publication o Library o Database & Internet Services, besides promotional activities o The Institute is closely linked with international organisations

10 Continued… TRAINING & EDUCATION 1. The Institute introduced the 2-year programme leading to a post graduate diploma in packaging, in 1985 2. The course is designed to equip candidates with all the facets of packaging activity 3. Other courses being offered by the Institute include the Distance Education Programme Correspondence Courses since 1996 (Recognized by World Packaging organization) 4. The 18-month course designed primarily for working professionals, is open to industry personnel and to students in India, the Asia-Pacific region and other countries

11 Continued… 5. A three Month Certificate Course in Packaging introduced in 1968 is conducted at the Head Office and at the Regional Centres 6. The IIP is probably, the first Packaging Institute in the world to hold a training programme exclusively for women entrepreneurs 7. Short training programmes, seminars and conferences are organised by the Head Office and the Regional Centres throughout the year in various parts of the country

12 Continued… CONSULTANCY AND PROJECTS 1.Consultancy services for package design and development and cost effective packaging are offered by the institute round the year 2.On-the-spot advisory visits, techno-economic feasibility studies and market research to study the potential for new projects are also undertaken by the IIP on a regular basis. 3.coir composite board and cushioning media for packaging applications, a joint project with the Coir Board of India, is being developed for cost- effective packaging applications

13 Continued… LABORATORIES 1.Laboratories at the Head Office and the Regional Centres extend testing facilities to industry for domestic distribution and for export 2.The IIP also issues UN certification of export packages for hazardous goods and equipment calibration standardisation certificates 3.Export packs for fresh fruits and vegetables are developed including bulk and consumer packs 4.Consumer and bulk export packs with specification details are developed for pre-cut frozen fruits and vegetables

14 Continued… EXHIBITION AND DESIGN 1.INDPACK, the annual national exhibition organised at various cities around the country 2.INDPACK International, a collaborative effort with exhibition organisers form overseas, is organised once in 2/3 years 3.The Institute also organises industry participation in international exhibitions 4.The Permanent exhibition centres in Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi offer display outlets for the products of the industries 5.Industrial designs are developed as per client's requirements

15 Continued… AWARDS 1.The biennial INDIASTAR Award is a recognition of excellence in packaging development for functional design and appeal 2.The INDIASTAR contest is also open to students under the student category 3.The PACMACHINE AWARD symbolises achievements in the field of packaging and converting machinery, material handling and testing equipment 4.Winning INDIASTAR entries can compete for the ASIASTAR and the WORLDSTAR Awards

16 Continued… INFORMATION AND PUBLICATIONS 1.PACKAGING INDIA,the official journal of the Institute, published six times a year 2.It is mailed free of cost to members of the Institute, packaging and related institutions all over the world 3.Individual subscriptions are available on request 4.Monographs and text books, seminar papers and DIRECTORIES are published periodically 5.The institute's PUBLICATIONS are available at the Head Office and the Regional Centres.

17 Quality Policy

18 IIP Head Office (Mumbai) Indian Institute of Packaging - Mumbai E-2, MIDC Area, Andheri (E), Mumbai 93 Tel: 28219803, 28219469, 28216751. Email: Website: http://www.iip-

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