Constitution & Bye-laws

Constitution & Bye-laws

1-Name of the Institution: Jan Jagriti Seva Samiti

2-Address of Institution:     4/285, Parvati Bagla Road, Tilak Nagar, Kanpur

3-Field Area of the Institution: All India

4-Member of society & their categories:

Founder Member: The founders of the society will be the founder member who will deposit 2000/- as a membership for the life period for the funding and activities of the society.

General Member: All the members who will deposit 100/- or any amount more than that in every financial year to continue their membership will be the General Member. Members may deposit their membership directly to the ICICI Bank (branch-Swaroop Nagar, Kanpur) Account No-099801000283.

5-Cancellation of membership:

  • After Death
  • Mental Disability
  • Being punished by court
  • Working against the constitution
  • Resignation from the membership of the association
  • Not deposit the membership fee
  • Motion of non-confidence
  • Absent from three consecutive meetings

6-Transfer of membership: The membership will be transferred to their nominees as per their will (desire) or after the death of founder member.

7-Controlling power of Institution:

  • General body
  • Executive body

8-General body

  1. All types of members will be the member of the general body of the society.
  2. Meetings:- General bodies meeting will be held once in a year, the emergency meeting can be called according to needs.
  3. Notice:- General body meeting will be called after the notice of 15 days(Along with notice, agenda of the meeting of the ‘society’ shall be circulated to the members by email or by any means of communication) emergency meeting can be called within 5 days
  4. Quorum: Quorum will be completed with more than 1/2 of the majority of General bodies members.(A member will be considered present if he can’t attend the meeting personally but attend through video conferencing at meeting time or he conveyed his message/ comment over given Agenda by any other means of communication like e-mail, Fax and post before the meeting date)
  5. Duties and authorities of the general body:                                               a)  Selection of the executive body.                                                                     b) To pass the yearly budget.                                                                                   c) To pass the annual report.                                                                                     d) They will work for the development of the society.

9-Executive Body:

  1. Executive body will be elected by the members of the general body.
  2. There will be at least one meetings of the executive body in a year; emergency meeting can be called according to need.
  3. Notice:- Executive body meeting will be called after the notice of 15 days(Along with notice, agenda of the meeting of the ‘society’ shall be circulated to the members by email) emergency meeting can be called within 5 days
  4. Quorum: Quorum will be completed with more than 1/2 of the majority members. ( member will be considered present if he can’t attend the meeting personally but attend through video conferencing/chatting  at meeting time or he conveyed his message/ comment over given Agenda by any other means of communication like e-mail, Fax and post before the meeting date)
  5. Working Period: The time period of the Executive Body will be for five years from the date of election but due to some unavoidable reason the election can’t be held in time. The president with the consent of Executive Body members will continue to hold the office for another additional six months. Meanwhile, the election will be arranged.
  6. If there are any vacancies in the executive body it will be filled with more than 1/2 majority of remaining the general body. If some office bearers resign, Asstt. of the office bearer will look after the work.
  7. Duties of the Executive body:                                                                               a)  To accept or reject the application for membership.                           b)  If there are any vacancies in the General Body, the Executive         body may select the member for the general body from the site http://jjss.co.in among twenty-five users list having the highest strength (manpower) at that time. (Considering qualification, experience and capability of leadership).                                                c)  To elect the office bearers of the executive body. (President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasures etc). Priority will be given to strength, qualification, experience and capability of leadership.    d) To consider selection, promotion and retirement of the worker.                                                                                                                                e) To collect the financial assistance and loan & donation to make the budget for the institution and look after its working.                     f) To make the Laws and bye-laws for the Institution.                             g) To make the annual details of their achievement and show it to the general body.                                                                                                           h) For any assignment, Executive Body may assign work and responsibility individually or in a group but priority will be given to the users having higher strength on site.                                                   i) The executive body may give approval for ‘upsamiti’ (sub-society) for looking after the various programs running in different areas for different objectives (sub-society members may elect President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasures and maintain their account separately).

10- Duties and authorities of the office bearers of the executive body:                                                                                                                           a) President:

  1. To preside over the meetings.
  2. To approve or post pond the dates of the meeting. The postponement can be done only after the consent of the 1/2 of the present member.
  3. To see that all the plans or properly executed by the concerning members.
  4. In case of emergency when a meeting cannot be called he can execute the work according to his powers which are given to him by the executive body.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  b) Vice-President: (Two Post) in the absence of president the vice-president will look after the work of the president.                                                                                                                          c) Secretary :
  1. To call the meeting of the General body as well as the Executive body. All the proceedings will be edited by the secretary in proceeding register and other important document will be kept with the secretary.
  2. Secretary will operate all the bank account of individually or jointly along with the treasures.
  3. Every program will run under the supervision of secretary.
  4. To look after the appointment, promotion, terminations & retirement of the workers and the staff.
  5. To make the inspection committee to the inspect all the complaints made against the staff and to make upsamiti for looking after social program held by the Executive body.
  6. To deal all correspondence on behalf of the executive body or to depute any persons to look after it.
  7. To pass the salaries, increments of the staff and other expenditure. To pass any expenditure according to sanctions by the executive body for other services.
  8. To maintain all the records of the expenditure and arrange audits jointly with auditors.
  9. Secretary may take any decision to fulfil the objects of Society.

 d) Treasurer:

  1. To pay the bills sanctioned by the secretary and maintained all the financial records of secretary.
  2. To put up all authorizes expenditure before the secretary.
  3. To pay salaries, increments of the staff and other expenditure.
  4. To maintain all the bank accounts of the institutions.
  5. To produce cash book, receipts, certificates, vouchers & other records for audit in front of the authorized auditor.
  6. To maintain all records/jointly with the secretary.

11-Auditor: The auditor will audit the account of the society from time to time and will submit the audit report in the executive body.

12-Amendment processes of law & bye-laws of the institution: The amendment process of law &bye laws will be done by the 2/3 of the majority of the executive body members. The society will accept the laws& bye-laws given by the government.

13-Society funds: Society Funds will be collected/maintained by the secretary and when it exceeds Rs 40,000/- it will be deposited in the bank. The operation of account will be done under the signature of secretary.

14-Record to be maintained by the society:

  1. Membership register
  2. Proceeding register
  3. Cashbook & ledger
  4. Stock register

15-In all cases pertaining to the society the decision of secretary will be the final decision, no legal proceeding will be applicable in case of dispute.

16-Dissolution of the society and the place of the society and the release of the dissolution property will be done according to society act section 13 and 14, 1860.

17-The society will be providing services to all communities irrespective of religion, cast, color and class.

18- A charted accountant will audit all the account of the society.

19- Other matters if any which are not mentioned in the bye-laws will be governed by the society registration act 1860.
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जब जल प्रदूशण अपने खतरनाक स्तर को भी पार चुका हो और साफ संकेत दे रहा हो कि अगर नही सुधरे तो मानव सभ्यता का पेय जल के अभाव में नश्ट होना तय है। जल को प्रदूशित करने वाले उद्योगों में चमड़े के बाद वस्त्र उद्योग ही आता है जहां 01 किलो कपड़े की रंगाई धुलाई छपाई आदि के लिये 50-60 लीटर पानी खर्च करना पड़ता है। काटन कपड़े की स्कोउरिंग करते समय कास्टिक सोडा का प्रयोग किया जाता है जो कि जल को प्रदूशित करता है। कास्टिक सोडा के स्थान पर सेल्यूलेज ऐन्जाइम का प्रयोग करके जल प्रदूशण को कम किया जा सकता है।
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ऐन्जाइम को कार्य करने हेतु बहुत विषिश्ट स्थितियों की आवष्यकता नहीं होती ये सामान्य वायुमंडलीय ताप पर कार्य करते हैं। ऐन्जाइम के प्रयोग से पानी की खपत को असाधारण रूप से कम किया जा सकता है। ऐन्जाइम की खोज उन्नीसवीं षताब्दी के द्वितीय काल खण्ड में की गई और तब से लकेर आज तक विभिन्न औद्योगिक निर्माण प्रक्रियाओं में इसके नित्य नये प्रयोग सामने आ रहे है। ऐन्जायम में अन्य प्रोटीन की तरह विभिन्न अमीनो ऐसिड थ्री डाइमेनसनल संरचना में होते हैं। विभिन्न अमीनो एसिड भिन्न-भिन्न क्रम में जुड़कर विभिन्न प्रकार के ऐन्जाइम का निर्माण करते हैं। जिनके गुण एव कार्यक्षमता अलग-अलग होती है। ऐन्जाइम बहुत ही दक्ष जैव उत्प्रेरक होते हैं। ऐन्जायम को बनाने वाले मुख्य पदार्थ जानवरों, पेड़-पौधों एवं माइक्रोव्स के उत्तकों (टिषूज) से प्राप्त होते हैं।
फन्गस से ऐन्जाइम आसानी से प्राप्त किये जा सकते हैं यीस्ट से ऐन्जायम यदाकदा ही प्राप्त किये जाते हैं। बढ़ते जल प्रदूशण को नियंत्रित करने हेतु एन्जाइम का प्रयोग आवष्यक है। एमाइलेज ऐन्जाइम को वस्त्र तकनीक के डिसाइजिंग में प्रयोग करके रसायनों के प्रयोग और फिर जल प्रदूशण से बचा जा सकता है। सेल्यूलेज ऐन्जाइम का प्रयोग काॅटन के कपड़ों को मुलायम बनाने, कपड़ों पर आने वाली पिल्स को दूर करने में किया जाता हैर्। ऐन्जाइम जैव उत्प्रेरक (कैटालिस्ट) का कार्य करते हैं ये किसी रासायनिक क्रिया में प्रयोग होने वाले रासायनिक उत्प्रेरक जैसे अम्ल, क्षार तथा मेटल आदि के स्थान पर प्रयोग करके उस अभिक्रिया की गति को बढ़ाने में सहायक होते हैं ये किसी भी अभिक्रिया में सहायक तो होते है लेकिन स्वयं खर्च अथवा क्षरित नहीं होते और क्रिया पूर्ण होने पर पुनः दूसरी क्रिया में प्रयोग किये जा सकते हैं। ऐन्जाइम को छः बड़े वर्गो हाइड्रोलिक, आॅक्सीडाइजिंग, रिडयूसिंग
, सिन्थेसाइजिंग, ट्रान्सफरिंग, लिटिक तथा आइसोमेराजिंग में विभाजित किया जा सकता है। अन्र्तररश्ट्रीय बायोकेमिस्ट्री संघ द्वारा 1950 में इन्टरनेषनल कमीषन आॅन ऐन्जायम का गठन किया । ऐन्जाइम सामान्य वायुमण्डलीय दाब पर कार्य करते हैं। सामान्यतः ऐन्जायम 30-70 डिग्री सेंटीग्रेड के तापमान पर कार्य करते है। ऐन्जाइम के प्रयोग से महंगे उपकरणों तथा क्रियाओं से बचा जा सकता है। ऐन्जाइम को उनके क्रियाओं को त्वरित करने, सामान्य स्थितियों में कार्यरत रहने, प्रदूशण कारी रसायनों का विकल्प होने, निष्चिित पदार्थ पर कार्य करने, आसानी से नियंन्त्रित करने तथा वायोडिग्रेडेविल गुणों के कारण वस्त्र उद्योग में प्रयोग किया जा रहा है।
ऐन्जाइम आधारित डिसाइजिंग- स्टार्च द्वारा माढी लगाये गये काॅटन के धागों से स्टार्च को निकालने हेतु एमाइलेज नामक ऐन्जाइम का प्रयोग करके स्टार्च को सुगर, डेक्सट्रिन तथा माल्टोज में तोड़ा जाता है। ये क्रिया 30-60 डिग्री सेंटीग्रेड तथा 5.5-6.5 वीएच के मध्य होती है।
जैव स्कोउरिंग – काॅटन रेषे की सतह से सेल्यूलोज के अतिरिक्त वैक्स आदि पदार्थो को अलग करने की प्रक्रिया को वायो स्कोउरिंग कहते हैं। इस क्रिया में सामान्यतः पैक्टीनेज तथा सेल्यूलेज ऐन्जाइम प्रयोग किये जाते हैं। पैक्टीनेज ऐन्जाइम काॅटन फाइवर के क्यूटीकिल संरचना को क्षतिग्रस्त करके पैक्टिन का पाचन कर देता है और काॅटन फाइवर तथा क्यूटीकिल के बीच के बान्ड को तोड़ देता है जबकि सेल्यूजेज क्यूटीकिल संरचना की प्राथमिक भित्ति का पाचन कर क्यूटीकिल को रेषे से अलग कर देता है। ऐन्जाइम आधारित इस क्रिया की बायोलोजिकल आॅक्सीजन डिमान्ड (वीओडी) तथा केमिकल आॅक्सीजन डिमान्ड (सीओडी) 25-45 प्रतिषत जो क्षार आधारित बायोस्कोडरिंग के 100 प्रतिषत वीओडी से काफी कम होती है। इस प्रकार ऐन्जायम का प्रयोग पर्यावरण मित्र के रूप में सामने आता है।
ब्लीचिंग- काॅटन फाइवर में प्राकृतिक रूप से उपस्थित फ्लेवेनाइड के कारण हल्का पीला भूरा रंग होता है ब्लीचिंग क्रिया का उद्देष्य इन प्राकृतिक रंग उत्पन्न करने वाले पदार्थो को रंगहीन करके पूर्ण सफेद काटन प्राप्त करना होता है। इसके लिये प्रयोग किये जाने वाले पारंपरिक रसायनों से होने वाले वायु एवं जल प्रदूशण को ऐन्जाइम के प्रयोग से नियंत्रित किया जा सकता है। एमाइलोग्लूकोसाइडेजेज, पैक्टीनेज तथा गलूकोज आक्सीडेजेज ऐन्जाइम के प्रयोग से ब्लीचिंग की जा सकती है। कुछ वैज्ञानिकों ने लैकेज ऐन्जाइम की विभिन्न प्रकारों द्वारा काटन ब्लीचिंग में सफलता पाई है। इसी प्रकार ऐन्जाइम का प्रयोग अल्ट्रासाउन्ड ऊर्जा की उपस्थिति में करके अधिक सफल ब्लीचिंग की जा सकती है। कैटालेज ऐन्जाइम द्वारा परंपरागत हाइड्रोजन पर आक्साइड ब्लीचिंग पदार्थ के प्रयोग से निकले प्रदूशित जल को षोधित किया जा सकता है।
बायोपाॅलिषिंग- यह कपड़ों की साज सज्जा करने का अदभुत तरीका है। इस क्रिया के प्रयोग से काटन कपड़े की सतह को पिल (गुठ्ठी) से रहित करके अधिक साफ तथा ठंडक प्रदान करने वाला बनाया जा सकजा है इससे कपड़ा पहले से अधिक चमकदार और मुलायम हो जाता है।

डेनिम कपड़ांे का ऐन्जाइम से उपचार- विभिन्न प्रकार की जीन्स के बढ़ते प्रयोग के कारण डेनिम कपड़े की विष्व स्तर पर मांग बढ़ रही है। जीन्स में फैषनेवल प्रभाव बढ़ाने के लिये जगह-जगह से रंग छुड़ा कर फैन्सी बनाये जाने का प्रचलन है। इसके लिये सोडियम हाइपोक्लोराइट तथा पोटेषियम परमैगनेट केे संयोजन से बने प्यूमिक स्टोन से डेनिम को जगह-जगह रगड़कर रंग छुड़ाकर फैन्सी इफैक्ट लाया जाता है परन्तु इससे कपड़े की मजबूती कम होती है तथा चमक फीकी पड़ जाती है। कपड़े का रंग एक जगह से हटकर दूसरी जगह भी लगता है। इस क्रिया में बहुत अधिक प्यूमिक स्टोन के प्रयोग से मषीन तथा पर्यावरण दोनों पर काफी विपरीत प्रभाव पड़ता है। इस क्रिया में सेल्यूलेज ऐन्जाइम के प्रयोग से डेनिम कपड़ों पर प्रयोग होन वाली इन्डिगो डाई को विस्थापित करके फैन्सी प्रभाव लाया जाता है।
ये तो ऐन्जाइम के वो प्रयोग हैं जो अबतक ज्ञात हो सके हैं, लकिन ऐन्जाइम की संरचना और दक्षता को जानकर अनुमान लगाया जा सकता है कि इनके अभी कितने सुखद प्रयोग दुनियाॅ के समक्ष आने बाकी हैं। बढ़ते प्रदूशण के दौर में ऐन्जाइम के प्रयोग से रसायनों के प्रयोग तथा जल प्रदूशण को काफी कम किया जा सकता है। इनके प्रयोग में सबसे बड़ी बाधा इनकी ऊॅची कीमत है। भारत जैसे देष में हरित क्रान्ति, ष्वेत क्रान्ति के बाद अगर एक प्रयास ऐन्जाइम क्रान्ति पर भी कर लिया जाय तो हमारी धरती पर प्रदूशण काफी कम हो जायेगा।

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN TEXTILES-Advance Materials, Textile and process

International Conference on Advance Materials, Textile and process [ICAMTP-17]  held at UPTTI, Kanpur on 14-15 October 2017. Welcome address by Dr D.B. Shakyawar, Director UPTTI, Kanpur.

Minute to Minute Schedule
International Conference on
Advance Materials, Textiles and Processes
October 14-15, 2017

Day 1 October 14, 2017

Venue: Orchid Hall, Hotel Vijay International, Tilak Nagar, Kanpur
09.00 AM to 09.30 AM Registration
09.31 AM to 09:35 AM Call of dignitaries to take seat on dias
09:36 AM to 09:38 AM Lighting of Lamp
09:38 AM to 09:40 AM Saraswati Vandana
09:40 AM to 09:45 AM Welcome address by Dr. D. B. Shakyawar, Director UPTTI, Kanpur
09:46 AM to 09:50 AM Address by Prof. S. Mishra, Director UICT, Jalgaon
09:51 AM to 10:00 AM Address by Prof S M Ishtiaque, IIT Delhi
10:06 AM to 10:14 AM Address by Chief Guest Dr M P Agrawal, MD Shri Lakshmi Cotsyn Group of Industries
11.14 AM to 11.15 AM Release of Souvenir
10.16 AM to 10.20 AM Address by Guest of Honour Prof. Jiri Militky, University of Liberec
10:21 AM to 11:15 AM Keynote address by Prof. B. K. Behera HOD, IIT Delhi
11:14 AM to 11:15 AM National Anthem
Vote of Thanks- Prof. Mukesh Kumar Singh, UPTTI Kanpur
11:20 AM to 11:40 AM Hi- Tea

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Prof. Jiri Militky, University of Liberec
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Vote of Thanks- Prof. Mukesh Kumar Singh, UPTTI Kanpur
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Keynote address by Prof. B.K. Behera HOD, IIT Delhi
Prof. S.M. Ishtiaque, IIT Delhi
Prof. S.M. Ishtiaque, IIT Delhi

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11:40 AM to 1:30 PM

Plenary session I: Chairman Prof. B K Behera
Co-chairman: Prof. S.A.WANI, SKUAST, Srinagar J&K
Coordinator: Prof. I P Mishra
11:36 AM to 11:55 AM Prof. Jiri Militky, University of Liberec: Recent developments in the field of technical textiles
11:56 AM to 12:15 PM Prof. S. M. Ishtiaque, IIT Delhi: Process optimization of vortex spinning system 12:16 PM to 12:35 PM Prof. Rajesh Mishra University of Liberec: Spacer knitted textiles with multifunctional applications
12:36 PM to 12:55 PM Dr. Anurag Srivastava, JD, and DMSRDE Kanpur: Technical Textiles: Defining the Road Ahead
01:00 PM to 01:20 PM Prof S Mishra, Director UICT, and NMU Maharashtra: Smart Polymers for Textile Applications
1:20 PM to 02:15 PM Lunch
Technical Session 2.15 PM to 4.00 PM                                              Technical Session 1: Orchid Hall: Technical and Medical Textiles
Chairman: Prof. S M Ishtiaque IIT Delhi
Co chairman : Prof. Prashant UPTTI Kanpur
Coordinator : Dr Neelu Kambo UPTTI Kanpur                                       02.15: to 2:30 pm
Synthesis of CNT/PVA composite and its application as spiral wound (electrodes in electrochemical process) Ajaygiri K. Goswami, UICT, Jalgaon                                                                                                                              2:30 to 2.45 pm                                                                                            Application of Ion Exchange Resin in Drug Delivery with the Help of Spray Drying Jitendra Naik, UICT, Jalgaon                                                          2:45: to 3.00 PM
Production of Bacterial Cellulose from Sugarcane molasses and different cheap dual carbon sources for the Application of Medical Textiles. Annika Singh, IBSBT, CSJMU Kanpur                                       03:00 to 3:15 PM
Parameters affecting UV protection of Textile Material; Arun Kumar Singh Gangwar                                                                                                              3.15 to 3:30 pm
Imparting UV protection in cotton fabrics using TiO2 coating, Anu Mishra IICT Bhadohi                                                                                                 3:30 to 3:45 pm
Electrospun Nanofibersandits Uses in Textile Engineering
Sandeep Patil, E-Spin Nanotech Pvt Ltd Kanpur                                      3:45 to 4:00
Antibacterial Finishing of Cellulosic Textiles from Natural Sources: S K Rajput UPTTI Kanpur
Technical Session 2: Genre Hall: Chemical Processing of Materials
Chairman: Prof. S Mishra Director UICT, Jalgaon
Co chairman : Prof. Abha Bhargava, UPTTI Kanpur
Coordinator: Dr J P Singh, UPTTI Kanpur
02.15: to 2:30 pm
Green Technology For Pashmina Shawl Manufacturing, Prof. S. A. Wani, SKUAST, Srinagar (Invited)
2:30 to 2.45 pm
Innovative instruments for testing smoothness of fabric: Dr M S Parmar, NITRA Ghaziabad
2:45: to 3.00 PM
Studies on enzyme washing of denim
A K Patra, TITS Bhiwani
03:00 to 3:15 PM
Pressure Swing Adsorption Technology : A Novel Approach for Production of Fuel Grade Ethanol
Nilesh P. Patil, UICT Jalgaon
3.15 to 3:30 pm
Green technology for carpet wool production and its chemical processing
Ajay kumar, CSWRI Avikanagar
3:30 to 3:45 pm
Process intensification of calcium stearate (CaSt) using fusion process.
Navinchandra Shimpi and Jayesh Morankar
Department of Chemistry
University of Mumbai, Santa Cruz (E) 400 098
3:45 to 4:00
Application of Taguchi based Utility theory for multi-response optimization (MRO) in machine made tufted carpets: Rajesh Verma IICT Bhadohi
Session Tea 4.00 to 4:15 pm
Technical Session 3: Orchid Hall: Environmental technology
Chairman: Dr. Anurag Srivastava, DMSRDE
Co chairman: Prof. Alok Kumar, UPTTI Kanpur
Coordinator: J K Gautam, UPTTI Kanpur                                                   4:15-4:30 PM
Eco-Friendly Dyeing Of Wool Cotton Blended Yarn By Reactive Dye: Dr. D.B Shakyawar, UPTTI Kanpur (Invited)                                  04.30: to 4.50 pm
Synthesis of High Grade Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid for Application in Textiles: G. A. Usmani (Invited)                                       04.51: to 5.05 pm
Packed Bed Adsorption Study on Phenol Removal and Its Modelling :M. I. Talib                                                                                             05.06: to 5.20 pm
Photo catalytic degradation of textile industry waste containing azo RG19 dye using reduced graphene oxide/zinc oxide nanocomposites: Rajkumar Sirsam*,                                                             05:20 to 5:35pm                                                                                                      Sapota (Manilkara zapota) Peels Based Biosorbent for Treating Lead Contaminated Textile Industries Effluent
Vishal R. Parate1                                                                                                        05.36 to 5.50 pm
Exploration of innovative bast fibres from natural resources with the help of eco-friendly approach: Tayyaba Fatma1                                    05:51 to 6.05 pm
Degumming With Microbial Protease: An Ecofriendly Approach : Shumaila Naaz
Technical Session 4: Genre Hall: Nanotechnology
Chairman: Prof Rajesh Mishra
Co chairman: Prof. Alka Ali, UPTTI Kanpur
Coordinator: Shiv Govind Prasad, UPTTI Kanpur
4:15-4:30 PM
Property investigation of ZnO NRs Impregnated PAN nano fibres using Electrospinning technique: Prof N G Shimpi, Mumbai (Invited)
04.30: to 4.50 pm
Lubricants For Spin Finish: Jyoti Srivastava
DMSRDE Kanpur
04.51: to 5.05 pm
Comfort Properties of Hand-Woven Fabrics Developed Using Cover Spun Yarn of Flax and Lyocell: Swati Sahu
05.06: to 5.20 pm
Millable Polyurethane (MPU) Nanocomposites Filled With Functionalized Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes: It’s Property Investigation
Milind Tamore and Navinchandra G. Shimpi*
Department of Chemistry, University of Mumbai, Santa Cruz (E)
05:20 to 5:35pm                                                                                                      Studies on Tensile and Frictional Properties of Wool-Cotton Union Fabrics: H C Meena, Govt Girls Polytechnic Jaipur
05.36 to 5.50 pm
Development and evaluation of intumescent clay nano coatings for fire protective applications
Ravindra G. Puri
05:51 to 6.05 pm
Effect of nonwoven areal density, depth of penetration & punch density on its strength and elongation
Vinay Kumar Chauhan & JP Singh
UPTTI Kanpur

Day 2 October 15, 2017

Plenary session-II Placement Hall UPTTI Kanpur
Chairman: Dr. R K Singh, Retd. Adl Director DMSRDE, Kanpur
Co chairman: Arun Kumar Singh Gangwar 8953911070
Coordinator: Dr M K Singh-II, 9415439723
09:30 AM to 9.50AM
Prof. Rajesh Mishra
09:51 AM to 10.10 AM
Prof. Jiri Militky
10:11 AM to 10:30 PM
Hybridization of Fibers as Reinforcement in Polymeric Composites: Prof. Shishir Sinha, IIT Roorkee
10:31 PM to 10:50 PM
Characterization of Materials: Prof. Gautama IIT Kanpur
10:51 PM to 11:05 PM
Superhydrophobic surfaces: Dr Kantesh Balani IIT Kanpur
Session Tea 11.05 am to 11.15
Technical Session
Technical Session 5: Placement Cell: Fibres and Textiles
Chairman: Prof. Jiri Militky
Cochairman: Dr. Mahendra Uttam
Coordinator: Shri. S K Rajput                                                                           11.15: to 11.35 am
Surface modification of UHMWPE: Prof. Alok Kumar, UPTTI, Kanpur (Invited)

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Cosmetotextiles: Mukesh Kumar Singh,                                  UPTTI Kanpur (Invited)

11.50 to 12.05 pm                                                                                            Technical textiles for camouflage and stealth: K K Gupta, DMSRDE Kanpur                                                                                                                                      12:05 pm to 12:20 pm
Study on the static & dynamic strength
Electromagnetic absorption behavior of 3D
and weavability of polyester/viscose blended spun yarns Dr. B. R. Das, DMSRDE Kanpur                                                                                          12.21 pm  to 12.35 pm
Studies on Composite Nonwoven Filter for Pre-filtration of Textile Effluents Dr. JP Singh, UPTTI Kanpur                                                          12.35 pm-12.50 p.m
Analysis of Compression Behavior of Warp Knitted Spacer Fabric with Cylindrical Surface : M.K.Datta, NITRA Ghaziabad                        12.50 pm to 01.05 pm
Comparative Analysis of Aroma Retention on Silk and Cotton Fabric: Shivani Srivastava, Allahabad University                                  01.06 pm to 1.20 pm
Application of electro coagulation in waste water treatment: Dr Vilas S Patil, UICT Jalgaon
Technical Session 6: IIC Hall:
Fabric Technology
Chairman: Prof. G. A. Usmani
Cochairman: Prof. Pramod Kumar
Coordinator: Dr Devendra Prasad
11.15: to 11.35 am
0D, 1D, 2D and 3D Nanomaterials: Synthesis & functionalization: Kingsuk Mukhopadhyay (Invited)
11.35am: to 11.50 am
Detailed Account on Composite Polymeric Nanofibers Webs for Promising Filtration Applications: Debmalya Roy, DMSRDE Kanpur
11.50 am to 12.05 pm
Studies on the Properties and performance of woven velour printed terry fabrics
Sanjeev Kumar Ram, UPTTI Kanpur
12:05pm  to 12:20pm
woven conductive fabrics in C band frequency region
Dharmendra Nath Pandey, UPTTI Kanpur
12.21 pm to 12.35 pm
Modeling of Compressional Behaviour of Tibetan Hand Knotted Wool Carpets using Response Surface Methodology
Shravan Kr Gupta, IICT Bhadohi
12.35 pm-12.50 p.m
Study on Influence of Structural Parameters on Performance Properties of Cut Pile: Alok Daulta
12.50 pm to 01.05 pm
Advanced Developments in Khadi with Changing Fashion: Shruti Gupta, Deepali Rastogi, Delhi University
01.06 pm to 1.20 pm
Fashion forecasting and garment designing process for winter wear through pure sheep wool and blended wool fabrics, Asma Khan, The IIS University, Jaipur.
Coordinator: Prof. Prashant
Teacher-Students Interaction meet: Dr Ivana Petrocova for Students Exchange
Program between University of Liberec, Czeck Republic and UPTTI Kanpur
Lunch 1.50 to 2.50 PM
Valedictory Session 2.50 pm to 3.50 PM
3.50 pm to 4.15 pm Conclusion by Session Chairman along with session coordinator
4.15 pm to 4.25 pm Valedictory Address by Dr D B Shakyawar
4.25 pm to 4.35 pm Valedictory Address by Dr S Mishra
4.36 pm to 4.40 pm Vote of Thanks: Prof. M K Singh
4.41 pm to 4.42 pm National AnthemIMG_20171015_150831
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All Honorable presenters are requested to keep slides maximum 30-35 slides and finish your presentation within prescribed time limit.
Poster Session: 12.30PM to 2.30PM (Orchid Hall-8th Floor and Genre Hall-9th Floor )

Technical Posters
Date: 14-10-2017
Venue: Hotel Vijay International, Tilak Nagar, Kanpur
(Orchit Hall and Genre Hall)
S. No                                         Title & Author
1
Improving dyeability of cotton fabric for vat dyes
Anil Kumar1 and Devendra Prasad2
1Department of Chemistry, Sahu Jain P.G. College, Najibabad, India-246763
2 Department of Physics,. Uttar Pradesh textile Technology Institute, Kanpur, India
2
Applications of natural dyes in textile Industry: A review
Archana R. Chavhan
Department of Food Technology, University Institute of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, India
3
Application of Biotechnology in textile industry: A Review
Ashwini B. Bangar
Department of Food Technology, University Institute of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, India
4
Quality Evaluation of Pashmina and Pashmina Blended Knitwears
Asif H Sofi; Sarfaraz A Wani; DB Shakyawar*; V K Malhotra*;
M A Pal; Sayar Beigh; Tahir Nazir; Heena Jalal and Sadiya Sajad
Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, India
*UP Textile Technology Institute Kanpur, India
5
Preparation of Free Surface Electro spun Polyamide 6/Graphene oxide Nanofibers for Air and Water Filtration
Chetan Mahajan, Satyendra Mishra*
UICT, Jalgaon, Maharashtra
6
Disposable Anti-Odour Finished Toilet Seat Covers
Divyansha Sharma, Chanchal, Mahak Wadhwa
Department of Fabric and Apparel Science, Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi
7
Jute as an emerging geotextile
Jyotsna Lal and Dr Shweta Chand
Associate Professors in Chemistry Department, Christ Church College, Kanpur
8
Development of superoleophobic Cotton along with super hydrophobic property
Garima Yadav, Anurag Srivastava, , Abha Bhargav, Alka Ali, Priyanka Katiyar
UPTTI Kanpur
9
Cdo-Tio2 Nanocomposites As A Photocatalyst For Degradation Of Reactive Green-19 Azo Dye Under Visible Radiation
Gaurav Zope, Prapti Chaudhari, Satyendra Mishra
UICT, North Maharashtra University, India
10
Synthesis And Characterization of Modified Nanophotocatalyst And Study Its Photocataytic Degradation
Gayatri B Lomate1, Navinchandra Shimpi2, Satyendra Mishra*1
1. UICT, North Maharashtra University,
2. Department of Chemistry, University of Mumbai,
11
Producing Turkey Red Oil for Textile Industry Application
H. V. Patil1, R. D. Kulkarni2, S. Mishra3, P. D. Meshram4
1,3,4University Institute of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon
2Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai
12
Preparation of nanocrstal for bioavailability enhancement of candesartan cilexitile
Jayesh Patil*, Anil Mali, Gokul Khairnar, Rahul Rajput, Jitendra Naik
University Institute of Chemical Technology,
North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, 425001
13
Removal of Dye from Textile wastewater by Adsorption Method: A Review
Jiya Lal Maurya, Department of Chemistry, BND College Kanpur
14
Antibacterial finishing of cellulosic textiles from natural sources
S K Rajput, UPTTI Kanpur
15
Bacterial Degradation of Textile Dyes
Manish Singh Rajput, Aayushi Tiwari, Kumari Priyanka
Department of Biotechnology, Dr Ambedkar Institute of Technology for handicapped Kanpur
16
Application of Biotechnology in Textile Industry
Manish Singh Rajput, Aditya Sharma, Arohi Srivastava, Asfia Ahmad
Department of Biotechnology, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology for Handicapped, Kanpur
17
Effect of Chemical Structure on Ultra-Violet protection of Textile,
Shiv Govind Prasad, UPTTI Kanpur
18
Application of Enzymes for Textile Fibre Processing: A Review
Chaitanya S. Rathod
Department of Food Technology, University Institute of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, India
19
Ultrasound Assisted Microemulsion Polymerization For The Synthesis of Monodispersed [email protected] Core Shell Nanoparticles and their Composite with Silicon Rubber (Nano )
Mujahid Khan, Navinchandra G. Shimpi*
Department of Chemistry, University of Mumbai, Santa Cruz (E)
20
Process intensification of calcium stearate (CaSt) using fusion process
Navinchandra Shimpi and Jayesh Morankar
Department of Chemistry
University of Mumbai, Santa Cruz (E) 400 098
21
Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymeric Composition: Automobile Sector
Neelam Baliyan
Department of Chemistry, Sahu Jain P.G. College, Bijnor
22
Application of Modified Starches as Textile Sizing Agents: A Review
Pavankumar R. More, M.I. Talib and V.R. Parate
Department of Food Technology, UICT, Jalgaon, Maharashtra
23
Waste water treatment in textile industry using membrane technology: An Overview
Pratima Singh
DAV College, Kanpur
24
Nanotechnology: An Overview In Textiles
Renu Rastogi
Department of chemistry, Brahmanand P.G.College, Kanpur
25
Effect of carbon fiber in automotive: Aerospace
Sachin Tiwari, Priyanka Gupta &Yogita Agrawal
SVITT, Indore, India
26
Uses of Textiles in Agriculture
Sachin Tiwari, Suresh Prajapati, Yogita Agrawal &Tanveer Malik
SVITT, Indore, India
27
Utilization Of Corn To Textile
Snehal Ravindra Kale
M.tech (Food Technology) University Institute of Chemical Technology,
North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon
28
Starch Used As Finishing Agent In Textile Industry
Snehal.K.Bade
Department of Food Technology, University Institute of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra
Univerisity, Jalgaon , India
29
Metabolomics of Polyphenolic Compounds
Sumitra Maurya, Chemistry Department, Brahmanand P. G. College, Kanpur
30
Biotechnology for the Textile Waste Management
Susmita Bajpai, Department of Chemistry, Brahmanand P.G College, Kanpur
31
Fashion forecasting: An Insight into Demand & Supply
Swati Pant
Assistant Professor, Amity School of Fashion Technology,
Amity University, Lucknow
32
Synthesis of nanomaterials and its applications in Textile Industry
Sunil M. Badgujar, Nitish D. Galande, Mahendra L. Bari, Jitendra S. Narkhede, Tushar D. Deshpande, Ujwal D. Patil*
University Institute of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, 425001
33
Water Hyacinth: A Weed to Worth
Tanushree* and Sabina Sethi**
34
Functionalisation by Novel Method on Textile
Arunabh Agnihori ,
Dept. of Textile Technology, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
35
Evaluation of comfort through Manikin
Ashutosh Yadav, Akanksha Bansal, Harichand Pailwar, Devendra Prasad, J P Singh
UP Textile Technology Institute Kanpur
36
Applications and Future of Nanotechnology in Smart Textiles
Neelu Kambo & Manu Gupta
UP Textile Technology Institute Kanpur
37
Vibrant Hues From Peanut SkinRitu Pandey
Shweta Patel,                                                  Ritu Pandey,                                          Priyanka Chaudhary Abha Bhargava*, S. K. Rajput*
CSA U of Agriculture and Technology, UPTTI Kanpur*

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Functional Garments for Male Patients With Limb Fracture
Archana Singh1, Ekta Verma2, Ekta Sharma3 & KumkumYadav4
1 .Asstt. Prof, 3. Research Scholar & 4 .Research Scholar,, Dept. of Textiles & Clothing, College of Community Science C.S.A.U.A.&T., Kanpur
2.Asstt. Prof,, Dept. of Textiles & Clothing, College of Community Science S.H.I.A.T.S, Allahabad
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Production of cis, cis-muconic acid: An intermediate for Bio-nylon synthesis
Zainab Mahmood and Lalit K. Singh*
Department of Biochemical Engineering, School of Chemical Technology
Harcourt Butler Technical University, Kanpur-208002 (U.P.) India
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Fabric Engineering for Dermatological Safety
Indra Prakash Mishra and Mukesh Kumar Singh, M K Singh-II
UPTTI, Kanpur
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Pigmentation and Dyeing of Fabrics, Deepti Shikha & Rita Awasthi
Department of Chemistry, Brahmanand P.G. College, Kanpur
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Biotechnology: A Renewable Resource in Textile Industries Sanjay Kumar Awasthi, Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities, IILM-CET, Greater Noida
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Value addition of bhang (Cannabis sativa) fibre for handloom furnishing fabrics: A move towards rural development
Amrita Singh , Manisha Gahlot*
Institute of Home Science, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (U.P.)
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Impact of textile industrial waste on water bodies
Reema Sonker and Kalpana Singh*
Department of Zoology, University of Lucknow, Lucknow-226 007
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A review on Natural Fiber Reinforced Composite for Automotive Application
Jitendra Kumar Gautam, I P Mishra, J P Singh, Pramod Kumar
U.P. Textile Technology Institute Kanpur
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Ecological Impact of Silk Textile Industry
Kalpana Singh* and Jaipal
Department of Zoology, University of Lucknow, Lucknow-226 007
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Utilization of Plant Material for Antimicrobial Finish on Cotton Fabric
Kirti Saxena*, Nargis Fatima**, Ekta Sharma**
*M.Sc Student, SHUATS, Allahabad
**Assistant Professor, Textiles and Apparel Designing, SHUATS, Allahabad, India. 211007
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Importance of Polymer Coated Textiles in Everyday Life
Alka Gupta, Department of Chemistry, Brahmanand P.G. College, Kanpur
49 Sustainable Potentiality of Biomimetic Textiles Rita Awasthi and Deepti Shikha, Department of Chemistry, Brahmanand P.G. College, Kanpur
50 3 D Woven Textile structure reinforced concrete: A sustainable building material Ashok Kumar Srivastava, IIT Delhi
51 THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC BEHAVIUOR OF NON WOVEN MATERIALS Manish Kumar Singh, D B Shakayar, Kamal Kumar & Mukesh Kumar Singh, Uttar Pradesh Textile Technology Institute, Kanpur-208001, India