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Executive Summary
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Constitution and Functions
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Administration
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Finance and Accounts
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Export Development and Promotion
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Trade Information Service
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Quality Improvement
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Spices export from the country continued its momentum of growth and recorded yet again a new
peak both in quantity and value during the financial year 2011-12. The total export of spices during the
period has also crossed US$ 2.0 billion mark.
During the financial year 2011-12, a total of 5,75,270 tonnes of spices and spice products valued
`9,783.42 crore (US$ 2037.76 million) has been exported as against 5,25,750 tonnes valued `6,840.70
crore (US$ 1,502.85 million) in 2010-11, registering an increase of nine per cent in volume and 43 per
cent in rupee terms of value. The increase in dollar terms over the previous year is 36 per cent.
Compared to the spices export target of 500,000 tonnes valued `6,500.00 crore (US$1450 million)
set for the financial year 2011-12, the achievement is 115 per cent in terms of quantity and
151 per cent in rupee and 141 per cent dollar in terms of value.
In the case of cardamom (small), the export of 4,650 tonnes valued at `363.22 crore during 2011-12
is an all time record in the history of cardamom exports from the country.
During 2011-12, the production (as per midterm estimate) of cardamom (small) has also increased to
12,975 tonnes from 10,380 tonnes in 2010-11. In the case of cardamom (large), the production declined
slightly to 3,860 tonnes from 3,918 tonnes in 2010-11.
Average domestic prices of pepper, cardamom (large), chilli, coriander, cumin, tamarind, mustard,
clove, nutmeg and mace have increased whereas prices for cardamom (small), ginger, turmeric, garlic,
celery, ajwan seed, dill seed and saffron have decreased during 2011-12 compared to the previous
year. The prices of fennel and fenugreek remained almost the same.
The implementation of XI Plan schemes and its programmes were continued during the financial year
2011-12 with a financial achievement of `100.22 crore against the annual plan budget allocation of
`100.00 crore.
During 2011-12, an area of 1,965.86 hectares was brought under replantation and 1,139.50 hectares
under rejuvenation of cardamom (small). In the case of cardamom (large), 653.75 hectares was brought
under replanting and 257.98 hectares under rejuvenation. The total financial achievement is `12.94
crore.
Programmes such as providing assistance for irrigation and land development, rain water harvesting
devices, improved curing devices etc. were implemented for cardamom. In the North Eastern region,
assistance was given for cultivation of cardamom (large), ginger, Lakadong turmeric and pepper. For
other spices, assistance was given for post harvest improvement operations like supply of polythene
sheets, threshers, polishers and training to farmers. Support was also given for organic farming of
spices, promotion of IPM, setting up of vermin-compost units etc., under the scheme of ‘Export
oriented production and post harvest improvement of spices’. The total financial achievement under
the scheme was `23.70 crore.
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The new scheme for Development of pepper in Wayanad district of Kerala and North Eastern states
was sanctioned by the Ministry during October 2009 and its implementation was continued during
2011-12. Under replantation/rejuvenation programme an area of 3431.70 hectares has been covered
in Wayanad district and North Eastern states with an expenditure of `7.30 crore during 2011-12.
The Board continued the implementation of the pepper re-plantation and rejuvenation programme in
Idukki district of Kerala, under the National Horticulture Mission programme and covered an area of
5294.37 hectares during the financial year.
Under Export development and promotion of spices, programmes for adoption of hi-tech in spice
processing, setting up/upgradation of in house quality control lab, quality certification, sending business
samples abroad, printing promotional brochure, setting up common infrastructure facilities for grading,
processing, packing, warehousing etc., participation in international fairs/exhibitions etc., were
implemented with an expenditure of `45.75 crore during 2011-12.
During 2011-12, the Board participated in 20 international fairs in different countries and 21 domestic
exhibitions.
The Spices Park at Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh and Puttadi, Idukki district of Kerala has been
completed are functioning. The setting up of Spices Parks at Guntur (AP), Sivagangai (TN), Jodhpur
(Rajasthan), Kota (Rajasthan) and Guna (MP) are in progress.
The Indian Cardamom Research Institute of the Board continued its activities on crop improvement,
crop management, crop protection, biotechnology, post harvest technology and transfer of technology.
Emphasis was given on programmes like mobile agri-clinic, issuing soil health card, production and
supply of bio-agents like Trichoderma and Pseudomonas. Initiated studies on mechanization of pre and
post harvest operations in cardamom.
Establishment of the Regional office and quality evaluation laboratory at Gummidipoondi, Chennai has
been completed and inaugurated on 20.04.2012. The laboratory started the analytical work of samples
under the mandatory sampling and testing of export consignments of notified spices that are exported
through Chennai port.
The quality evaluation laboratories of the Board located at Kochi, Mumbai, Guntur and Chennai analyzed
a total of 71,457 samples during 2011-12 for various parameters like pesticide residues, aflatoxin,
illegal dyes in chilli and chilli products and turmeric powder.
During the period under report, the Official Language section extended all sorts of assistance to the
Board to formulate schemes and programmes useful for the effective implementation of the Official
Language policy of the Government and carried out various programmes in line with the Annual
Programme as well as instructions and orders with regard to the use of Hindi for office purpose,
issued by the Department of Official Language, Ministry of Home Affairs. All these efforts were well
appreciated by the Ministry, Town Official Language Implementation Committee, Regional
Implementation Office and other concerned agencies.
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1. CONSTITUTION AND FUNCTIONS
Constitution of Spices Board
The Spices Board Act, 1986, (No.10 of 1986) enacted by Parliament provide for the constitution of a
Board for the development of export of spices and for the control of cardamom industry including
control of cultivation of cardamom and matters connected therewith. The Central Government by
notification in the official gazette constituted the Spices Board, which came into being on 26.2.1987.
The Spices Board consists of:
(a) Chairman;
(b) Three members of Parliament of whom two shall be from among elected by the House of the
People and one from among those elected by the Council of States;
(c) Three members to represent the Ministries of the Central Government dealing with:
(i) Commerce;
(ii) Agriculture; and
(iii) Finance;
(d) Seven members to represent the growers of spices;
(e) Ten members to represent the exporters of spices;
(f) Three members to represent major spice producing States;
(g) Four members one each to represent:
(i) The Planning Commission;
(ii) The Indian Institute of Packaging, Mumbai;
(iii) The Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore;
(iv) Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut;
(h) One member to represent spices labour interests.
(The list of members of Spices Board during the year is at Annex-I)
Functions of the Board
The Spices Board Act, 1986, has assigned the following functions to the Spices Board.
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The Board may (i)
Develop, promote and regulate export of spices;
(ii)
Grant certificate for export of spices;
(iii)
Undertake programmes and projects for promotion of export of spices;
(iv)
Assist and encourage studies and research, for improvement of processing, quality techniques
of grading and packaging of spices;
(v)
Strive towards stabilization of prices of spices for export;
(vi)
Evolve suitable quality standards and introduce certification of quality through “Quality Marking”
of spices for export;
(vii) Control quality of spices for export;
(viii) Give licenses, subject to such terms and conditions as may be prescribed, to the manufacturers
of spices for export;
(ix)
Market any spice, if it considers necessary in the interest of promotion of export;
(x)
Provide warehousing facilities abroad for spices;
(xi)
Collect statistics with regard to spices for compilation and publication;
(xii) Import with prior approval of the Central Government any spice for sale; and
(xiii) Advise the Central Government on matters relating to import and export of spices.
The Board may also –
(i)
Promote co-operative effort among growers of cardamom;
(ii)
Ensure remunerative returns to growers of cardamom;
(iii)
Provide financial or other assistance for improved methods of cultivation and processing of
cardamom, for replanting cardamom and for extension of cardamom growing areas;
(iv)
Regulate the sale of cardamom and stabilization of the prices of cardamom;
(v)
Provide training in cardamom testing and fixing grade standards of cardamom;
(vi)
Increase the consumption of cardamom and carry on propaganda for that purpose;
(vii) Register and license brokers (including auctioneers) of cardamom and persons engaged in the
business of cardamom;
(viii) Improve the marketing of cardamom;
(ix)
Collect statistics from growers, dealers and such other persons as may be prescribed on any
matter relating to the cardamom industry, publish statistics so collected or portions thereof,
extracts there from;
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(x)
Secure better working conditions and the provision and improvement of amenities and incentives
for workers; and
(xi)
Undertake, assist or encourage scientific, technological and economic research.
Spices under the purview of the Board
The following 52 spices are listed in the Schedule of Spices Board Act:
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Cardamom
19
Kokkam
36
Hyssop
2
Pepper
20
Mint
37
Juniper berry
3
Chilli
21
Mustard
38
Bayleaf
4
Ginger
22
Parsley
39
Lovage
5
Turmeric
23
Pomegranate seed
40
Marjoram
6
Coriander
24
Saffron
41
Nutmeg
7
Cumin
25
Vanilla
42
Mace
8
Fennel
26
Tejpat
43
Basil
9
Fenugreek
27
Pepper long
44
Poppy seed
10
Celery
28
Star anise
45
All-Spice
11
Aniseed
29
Sweet flag
46
Rosemary
12
Bishops weed
30
Greater Galanga
47
Sage
13
Caraway
31
Horse-radish
48
Savory
14
Dill
32
Caper
49
Thyme
15
Cinnamon
33
Clove
50
Oregano
16
Cassia
34
Asafoetida
51
Tarragon
17
Garlic
35
Cambodge
52
Tamarind
18
Curry leaf
[In any form including curry powders, spice oils, oleoresins and other mixtures where spice content is
predominant]
The Board has three statutory committees as under:
(i) Executive Committee
(ii) Research & Development Committee for Cardamom
(iii) Market Development Committee for Spices
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2. ADMINISTRATION
Personnel of the Board
Shri V.J. Kurian, IAS continued as Chairman of the Board upto 31st May, 2011 and got relieved on
completion of the five year term in the Board. Subsequently, Smt.Sheela Thomas, IAS, Chairperson,
Rubber Board was holding the additional charge of Office of Chairman, Spices Board from 1st June to
4th July, 2011. Dr. A.Jayathilak, IAS has taken over charge as Chairman, Spices Board in the forenoon
of 4th July, 2011. Shri P.M. Sureshkumar continued as Secretary and held the additional charge of
Director (Marketing) during the period under report. Dr. J. Thomas, Director (Research) continued
in the post and also held the additional charge of Director (Development) upto 26.05.2011 and
consequent on his deputation to Rubber Board as Rubber Production Commissioner, Dr.
M.R.Sudharshan, Scientist-D held the additional charge of Director (Research) w.e.f. 03.08.2011. Shri
S. Siddaramappa has been appointed as Director (Development) w.e.f. 27.05.2011. Shri K.C. Babu
continued in the post of Director (Finance) during the period under report.
As on 31st March 2012, the staff strength of Spices Board was 503 consisting of 101 Group A, 154
Group B, 242 Group C and six departmental canteen employees.
Reservation for SC/ST/OBC in appointments and promotions
The Board is properly implementing the post-based reservation roster for SC/ST/OBC. The instructions
issued by the Government from time to time in this regard are also strictly adhered to. As on 31st
March 2012 there were 254 employees belong to SC/ST and OBC categories.
The Board is also maintaining reservation roster for persons with disabilities.
Welfare of women
During the period under report, the total strength of women employees in the Board in Group A, B,
C and D categories were 131. The grievances of women employees are timely and properly attended
to. A women officer of the Board has been appointed as “Women Welfare Officer” to sort out the
difficulties/problems, if any, or to bring them to the notice of the higher authorities along with suggestions
for possible solutions.
Meetings of the Board
During the period under report, three meetings of the Board were convened on 30th May 2011,
15th November 2011 and 9th February 2012.
Offices of the Board
The Head office of the Board is located at Kochi in Kerala. The following offices of the Board functioned
during 2011-12.
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Marketing
Spices Board is having its Marketing offices at Mumbai, Chennai, Tuticorin, Bodinayakanur, Guntur,
Bangalore, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chhindwara, Guna, Kolkatta, Guwahati and Rangpo.
Development
Regional offices are at Nedumkandam, Puttady, Kalpetta, Saklespur, Guntur, Warangal, Gangtok,
Guwahati, Jodhpur and Lucknow.
Zonal offices are at Nedumkandam, Vandanmettu (Puttady), Kumily, Kattappana, Rajakumari, Poopara,
Cheruthoni, Sulthan Bathetry, Chickmagalore, Madikeri, Shimoga, Agarthala, Aizwal, Itanagar, Jorethang,
Kalimpong, Mangan and Tadong.
Forty nine Field offices are functioning in the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and North
Eastern Region.
The Board is also maintaining five departmental nurseries in Karnataka state.
Research
Indian Cardamom Research Institute (ICRI) at Myladumpara (Kerala) and the Regional Research Stations
in Saklespur (Karnataka), Tadong (Sikkim) continued its functioning.
Spices Park
Spices Park established at Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh and Puttadi in Idukki District, Kerala are
functioning.
Quality evaluation laboratories
Quality Evaluation Laboratories are functioning at Kochi (Kerala), Mumbai (Maharashtra) and Guntur
(Andra Pradesh). The Board has also established and inaugurated the Quality evaluation laboratory at
Gummidipoondi, Chennai on 20.04.11 and started functioning from September 2011 onwards.
e-Auction centres
Electronic Auction Centres at Bodinayakanur (Tamil Nadu), Puttady (Idukki, Kerala) continued its
operations.
Induction programme
In order to make acquaint with the Board’s objectives, activities and mission to the new recruits in the
Board, an induction programme was conducted during 2011-12 also and 38 officials were benefited of
the same.
Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) scheme
Government of India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry has extended the benefits of the MACP scheme
to the employees of the Board w.e.f 01.09.2008 vide Lr. No.5/9/2009-EP (Agri)/Plant D dated 15.02.2011
and accordingly the same has been implemented in the Board during the period under report.
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Plantation labour welfare
The Board continued the following schemes under the Plantation Labour Welfare for the benefit of
the labourers engaged in cardamom plantations.
(1)
Award of Educational stipend to the children of cardamom estate workers
(2)
Grant-in-aid to Educational Institutions
The scheme is applicable to students pursuing post SSLC education. Under the scheme, Spices
Board provides financial assistance to eligible children of cardamom plantation workers, subject to the
fulfillment of the terms and conditions fixed by the Board.
During 2011-12, an amount of `87,450/- was distributed to the children of cardamom estate workers
under educational stipend scheme in Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu regions. The details are given
below:
Sl.No.
State
No. of
students
Amount
granted in `
1
Kerala
7
4,200
2
Tamil Nadu
7
6,450
3
Karnataka
165
76,800
Total
179
87,450
During 2011-12 an amount of `7,11,668/- was paid to 5 Nos. Educational institutions under plantation
welfare scheme in Kerala, Karnataka and Tamilnadu regions. The details are as follows:
Sl.No.
State
No. of
Institutions
Amount
granted in `
1
Kerala
4
6,46,668
2
Tamilnadu
-
-
3
Karnataka
1
1,25,000
Total
5
7,71,668
Right to Information Act
The Board has effectively implemented the RTI Act 2005 and complied with all the directions of the
Government in this regard. The Board has designated the Deputy Director (Planning & Co-ordination)
as the Central Public Information Officer and the Assistant Director (Marketing) as Assistant Central
Public Information Officer for coordinating and dissemination of information as per the Act. The
Board has also designated seven Public Information Officers (PIOs) in the Head quarters and 14
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Public Information Officers in the field units to disseminate information under Right to Information
Act 2005. The Secretary, Spices Board is designated as the Appellate Authority of the Board to hear
appeals under Section 19(1) of the Right to Information Act, 2005. The Deputy Director (EDP) has
been designated as the ‘Transparency Officer’ of the Board to oversee the implementation of obligations
under Section 4 of the RTI Act.
The Board has disclosed every information required to be disclosed suo motu in such form and manner,
which is accessible to the public Section 4(1) of RTI Act 2005 through the website. During 2011-12,
a total of 93 applications have been received under RTI Act and information disseminated to all the
cases within the stipulated time. There was no appeal during 2011-12. The monthly RTI returns
were submitted to the Ministry and Quarterly RTI returns were updated in the Central Information
Commission’s website on time.
Implementation of Official Language (OL) policy
During the period under report, the following were the major achievements:
(1)
Four meetings of the Official Language Implementation Committee (OLIC) were convened on
28.06.11 (April-June 2011), 13.09.2011 (July-September 2011), 20.12.2011 (October-December
2011) and 15.03.2012 (January-March 2012) respectively. These meetings were presided over
by the Chairman or the Secretary (while the Chairman is on official tour) and attended by the
higher officials of the Board. Various programmes connected with the implementation of the
OL policy were chalked out and follow up action were reviewed.
(2)
Four Hindi workshops (on 8-9 June 2011, 24th August 2011, 13-14 December 2011 and 23-24
February 2012 in HO) were arranged for the staff members. Total of 100 staff members were
imparted Hindi training.
(3)
The Board has ensured its participation in the Hindi Salahkar Samiti Meetings held at Udyog
Bhavan, Department of Commerce, M/o Commerce & Industry, New Delhi on 25.07.2011 &
07.02.2012 and was attended by the Secretary and the Chairman respectively.
(4)
Renewed subscription for various Hindi magazines.
(5)
The three staff members were nominated for Hindi (Prabodh) training and one staff member
was nominated for Hindi typewriting/computer training under the Hindi Teaching scheme, Kochi
and they had successfully completed the training programmes and were given all eligible incentives.
(6)
The Board had organized a National seminar in Hindi on seed spices at Jalore and Jhalawar
districts in Rajasthan on 2nd and 5th November 2011 respectively. Experts from local agricultural
universities, respective state Agriculture and Horticulture departments, Agriculture Research
stations and Board’s Quality Evaluation Lab presented papers on various aspects of cultivation,
quality requirements, medicinal/ culinary properties indigenous cultural practices and local varieties
and economics of seed spices in the seminar.
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(7)
Ensured participation of officials and staff members in various programmes as well as meetings/
seminars/workshops conducted by the Kochi TOLIC and its member organizations. The meetings
of TOLIC held on 24.06.11 & 29.03.11 were attended by the Deputy Director (Admn.) and
Director (Dev.) respectively. The Deputy Director (Audit & Vigilance) has attended the Official
Language Management programme organized by Kochi TOLIC (PSUs) held on 26.09.2011.
(8)
Hindi Day 2011 was observed on 14.09.2011 in HO and Outstation Offices.
(9)
Hindi Fortnight was celebrated during 14-27 September 2011. Kum. Swagat Bhandari IAS,
Assistant Collector, Ernakulam inaugurated the celebrations. Various Hindi competitions were
conducted for the staff and their children. Valedictory function of the fortnight celebrations was
arranged on 21.11.2011 and Trophies & Certificates for the winners of the various competitions
were distributed.
(10) The Assistant Director (OL) from the Regional Implementation Office, Kochi visited Board’s
HO to review the progressive use of Hindi as official language.
(11) Official Language inspection of the Regional Offices at Jodhpur, Rajasthan, New Delhi; Quality
Evaluation Lab, Narela, New Delhi and ICRI, Myladumpara was conducted. The Asst. Director
(OL) conducted the inspection and the shortcomings in implementation of the OL policy were
rectified.
12)
A Hindi book titled “Beejeey Masala Phasalen” on seed spices was published in association with
National Seed Spice Research Center, Ajmer. A booklet “Masala Park” containing the details of
the Spices Parks being established by the Board throughout the spice belts in India for promoting
the export of quality spices was also released during the period. In addition to that the Board
has also released the Hindi Brochure “Masalon ka vaiswik sroth bantha Bharat” which explains
the present position, role and expectations of India in the World Spice Market.
13)
Necessary corrections were made for updating the website of the Board.
14)
The work connected with standardization of the names of spices coming under the jurisdiction
of the Board was started. The Commission for Scientific & Technical Terminology, New Delhi is
being contacted for the completion of the work.
15)
Publication of the Hindi monthly magazine ‘SPICE INDIA’ and the bilingual weekly bulletin ‘SPICES
MARKET’ was continued.
16)
‘Aaj Ka Sabd’ and ‘Aaj Ke Mukhya Samachar’ services in HO were continued.
17)
The Board has been awarded the Rajbhasha Shield for the year 2010-11 towards first place for
the first time among the offices coming under the Dept. of Commerce located in non Hindi
speaking areas (C region), instituted by the Dept. of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce &
Industry; Govt. of India.
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18)
Chairman, Spices Board received the Shield from Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia, Hon’ble Minister
of State for Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India on 7th February, 2012 during the of Hindi
Salahkar Samiti meeting of the Department of Commerce held in Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi.
19)
The Board has been awarded the “RAJABHASHA TROPHY” (Second Prize) for the year 201011 by Town Official Language Implementation Committee, Kochi. This award was distributed
on 29th March 2012.
20)
The Board’s monthly magazine Spice India (Hindi) and the Hindi House journal ‘SANDESH’ won
the second prize for the year 2010-11 for the best publications among the Central Government
Organizations under Kochi TOLIC. This award was distributed on 29th March 2012.
Library and documentation service
The Board’s Library has a good collection of books and periodicals with computerised bibliographic
data base. The process of strengthening the library and documentation unit has been continued by
new additions of books and periodicals. During 2011-12, 270 new books have been added and
continued the subscription to about 125 periodicals. Library continued the regular services like issue
and return of books and periodicals, supply of information services, current article services, daily
information services etc and commenced the ‘spice news service’. Reference facilities including
guidelines were provided to about 35 students and researchers from various institutions. Besides,
important pieces of information were compiled on organic farming, climatic change & Indian agriculture,
black pepper, cardamom, ginger, turmeric, chilli, vanilla, garlic, mint, seed spices, tree spices, oils and
oleoresins.
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3. FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS
The Schemes, Projects and Programmes of the Board under Plan are financed through Grants and
Subsidies from the Government of India. Non Plan expenditure on administration is met out of Grantsin-Aid from the Government and Internal and Extra Budgetary Resources(IEBR) generated from various
activities of the Board.
The budget approved for the Board during 2011-12 was Rs. 10,000.00 lakhs. under Plan and Rs.
935.00 lakhs under Non Plan. An amount of Rs. 3849.00 lakhs against Grants-in-Aid Rs.5150.00 lakhs
against Subsidies, Rs.1001.00 lakhs towards provision for North Eastern Region under Plan and Rs.
935.00 lakhs under Non Plan have been received by the Board from the Government during 2011-12.
The Board generated IEBR of Rs.645.00 lakhs by way of analytical charges for quality testing services
rendered by the Quality Evaluation Laboratories, sale of seedlings from nurseries, farm products of
Research farms, subscription and advertisement charges, exporter's registration fee, refund of advance
to employees, interest on advance, interest on short term deposits etc. in 2011-12. The total
expenditure of the Board under Plan and Non-Plan during 2011-12 was Rs. 11263.49 lakhs, the breakup
of which is given below.
Head of Account
Non-plan (including IEBR)
Budget Grants
(` Lakhs)
Actual
Expenditure
(` Lakhs)
935.00
1,241.52
Export Oriented Production
2,500.00
2,370.48
Export Development & Promotion
4,400.00
4,574.83
Export Oriented Research
600.00
512.06
Quality Improvement
400.00
453.29
HRD & Works
100.00
87.87
2,000.00
2023.44
Total (Plan)
10,000.00
10,021.97
Total (Non-Plan & Plan)
10,935.00
11,263.49
Plan
Special purpose fund for Replanting/ Rejuvenation
of cardamom & pepper plantations
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The Board has also been implementing certain ongoing projects and programmes with grants received
from other Government Departments and National agencies such as, NHM, ICAR, SHM, ASIDE
(State Cell) etc. The details of such projects, grants received and expenditure incurred during 201112 are given below:
Programmes
Grants
(`Lakhs)
Expenditure
(`Lakhs)
ASIDE (State cell)
1,005.88
1,369.38
NHM pepper production in Idukki district
1,000.00
1,001.46
16.65
13.78
ICAR - AICRPS
6.64
14.10
DBT - Development of INM packages
0.00
0.39
Eco Friendly Neem Project
0.00
0.03
Development of Micro Satellite Marks
4.68
4.24
SHM-Establishment of bio-control production units
0.00
12.85
Mobile Agri clinic
0.00
0.01
DUS Test Centre at ICRI
0.80
1.62
ICAR - NAIP
6.68
7.39
2,041.33
2,425.25
Soil based Plant Nutrient Management Plan for
Agro Ecological Zones
Total
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4. PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT AND POST
HARVEST IMPROVEMENT
Spices Board is responsible for the overall development of cardamom (small & large) especially in
improving production and productivity. Post harvest improvement of spices is also vested with Spices
Board. For achieving these objectives, the Board is implementing a number of developmental
programmes contained in three schemes viz. “Special purpose fund for replantation and rejuvenation
of cardamom (small and large) plantations”, “Export oriented production and post harvest improvement
of spices” and “Pepper development programme in Wayanad district of Kerala and North East Region”.
In addition to this, the Board is implementing a project for Development of pepper in Idukki district of
Kerala assisted under National Horticulture Mission (NHM).
The activities proposed under the schemes/project are implemented through 10 regional offices, 18
zonal offices and 49 field offices functioning under the Development department of the Board. The
Board also maintains five departmental nurseries in the major cardamom growing areas of Karnataka
to cater the planting material requirement of cardamom growers.
Special purpose fund for replantation and rejuvenation of cardamom (small & large)
plantations
The objective of the scheme is to address the issue of replanting/ rejuvenation of the old and uneconomic
plantations of cardamom (small and large) in the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Sikkim
and Darjeeling district of West Bengal. Production and distribution of disease free, healthy and
quality planting materials were also taken up by certified nurseries opened in grower’s field with the
technical supervision of the officers of the Board. Beneficiaries covered under the scheme were
given financial assistance as cash subsidy on completion of the programmes.
The programmes implemented under the scheme during 2011-12 are given below:
Cardamom (small)
Cardamom (small) is grown mainly in the Western Ghats of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The
total area under cardamom during 2011-12 was 71,110 hectares with an estimated production 12,975
tonnes. Cardamom requires humid and moderately cool climate, filtered light obtained from tree
canopy, humus rich soil, well distributed rainfall and protection from heavy wind. Majority of the
cardamom holdings belong to the small and marginal category. Programmes implemented towards
improving production and productivity of cardamom (small) is given below:
(i) Production and supply of quality planting materials
(a) Department nursery
The seedlings produced in the five departmental nurseries are supplied to growers on a no loss no
profit basis. During 2011-12, the nurseries produced 4.86 lakhs cardamom seedlings and 32,253
numbers of cardamom suckers for distribution to cardamom growers.
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(b) Certified nursery
In order to produce disease free, healthy and quality planting materials certified nurseries are opened
in growers’ field under the technical supervision/guidance of Spices Board. In Karnataka, the planting
materials are produced through bed nurseries, poly bag nurseries and sucker nurseries by giving
`1.25 per planting material as subsidy whereas in Kerala it is produced through sucker multiplication
nurseries providing `1.75 per sucker. During the season, 94.14 lakhs planting materials of cardamom
were produced in the states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka through certified nurseries.
(ii) Replanting
This programme is intended to encourage small and marginal growers to take up replantation of old,
senile and uneconomic plantations. A per ha. subsidy of `39,171/- and `29,675/- is offered to small
and marginal growers having cardamom area upto four hectares and above four to eight hectares
being 33 per cent and 25 per cent of the cost of replanting and maintenance during gestation period
respectively in the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. In Karnataka, the per hectare subsidy offered is
`29,919/- for holdings upto four hectares and `22,666/- for holdings above four to eight hectares
being 33 per cent and 25 per cent of the cost of replanting and maintenance during gestation period
respectively (subsidy provided for planting material production will be deducted from subsidy for
replantation).
During 2011-12, an area of 1,965.86 hectares were brought under replanting at a total expenditure
of `9.486 crore.
(iii) Rejuvenation
Under rejuvenation programme, poor yielding plants in the existing plantations will be identified and
removed and the gaps thus formed will be filled with quality planting material. In addition to this, gap
filling, scientific plant protection operations, fertilizer application, inter-culture operations, irrigation
and other good agricultural practices as per the recommended package of practices will be adopted.
This programme is implemented in the States of Kerala and Tamil Nadu only for registered small and
marginal growers of cardamom having holdings upto four hectares. The subsidy provided for
rejuvenation is `14,025/- per hectare (subsidy for planting material will be deducted).
During 2011-12, 1139.5 hectares were covered under rejuvenation at an outlay of `1.516 crore.
Cardamom (large)
Cardamom (large) is mainly grown in the sub Himalayan tracts of Sikkim and Darjeeling district of
West Bengal. The total area under cardamom (large) during 2011-12 was 26,544 hectares with an
estimated production of 3,855 tonnes. Lack of technical know-how, non availability of quality
planting materials, presence of senile, old and uneconomic plants are the major factors affecting
cardamom (large).
In order to improve production and productivity of cardamom (large), the following programmes
were implemented during 2011-12.
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(i) Production of planting materials through certified nurseries
For making available quality planting materials to the growers, the Board supports raising of
sucker nurseries in farmers’ field by offering a subsidy of `1.15 per sucker.
During the season `86.68 lakhs cardamom suckers were produced from the certified nurseries opened
during the previous season in grower’s field.
(ii) Replanting
The programme is intended to encourage the growers to take up replantation of old, senile and
uneconomic gardens. A per ha. subsidy of `16,500/- and `12,500/- is offered to small and marginal
growers having cardamom area upto four hectares and above four to eight hectares being 33 per
cent and 25 per cent of the cost of replanting and maintenance during gestation period respectively
(subsidy offered for planting material production will be deducted from the subsidy for replantation).
During 2011-12, an area of 653.75 hectares were brought under replanting at a total expenditure of
`0.979 crore.
(iii) Rejuvenation
The programme is same as that for cardamom (small) and the subsidy offered is `6,600/- per hectare
for holding size upto four hectares (subsidy for planting material will be deducted).
During 2011-12, 257.98 hectares were covered at a financial outlay of `0.150 crore.
Export oriented production and post harvest improvement of spices
The activity components under the scheme are for improving quality of spices at farm level, encouraging
organic production of spices, creation of replicable models based on integrated pest management,
development of spices with export potential in North Eastern Region, extension service to spice
growers etc.
Cardamom (small)
(i) Irrigation and land development
The programme aims at providing water resources in cardamom plantations by constructing water
storage devices like farm ponds and wells. Installation of irrigation equipments, soil & water conservation
works are also supported.
The Board is implementing the programme in the States of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. In
Karnataka the programme is implemented jointly by the Spices Board and State Government of
Karnataka under their Western Ghat Development Programme sharing the cost on a 60:40 basis by
the state and Spices Board. In Kerala and Tamil Nadu, full amount of subsidy will be paid by the Board
due to non availability of funds from the respective State Governments. The programme provides
financial support to farmers by way of subsidy ranging from 25 to 50 per cent of the unit cost approved
by NABARD.
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During 2011-12, a total number of 2,127 water storage devices/ irrigation equipments were installed
in Kerala. In Tamil Nadu, two water harvesting device/irrigation equipments were installed under the
programme. In Karnataka, 51 devices were constructed and 75 irrigation equipments were installed
during the season. The total expenditure towards payment of subsidy under the programme was
`2.571 crore, covering an area of 2653 ha.
(ii) Rainwater harvesting
Irrigation during summer months is very much essential in cardamom plantations for getting a higher
yield. A cheap method of harvesting rain water for irrigation purpose in the cardamom plantations is
using excavated storage tanks lined with UV resistant polythene tarpaulin also called silpauline. This
method of harvesting rain water for irrigation purpose is being adopted by cardamom growers because
of its low cost and convenience. The Board is popularizing this method for irrigating cardamom
plantations in the states of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamilnadu.
It is estimated that a storage tank of 200 cu. meter capacity (eg. 16 x 5 x 2.5 meters lined with
silpauline) can store about two lakh liters of rain water, which is sufficient to provide 10–12 rounds of
irrigation in a cardamom plantation of 0.8 hectare. The cost of such a device is estimated to be
around `24,000/- (`16,000/- for excavation work and `8,000/- for silpauline sheets). Subsidy @
33.33 per cent of the actual cost, limited to `8000/- is allowed for the construction of one 200 cubic
meter capacity tank to registered small and marginal growers of cardamom.
During 2011-12, 224 devices were constructed at total subsidy of `0.116 crore.
(iii) Improved cardamom curing devices
Cardamom is dried in traditional curing houses using firewood as fuel. Sun drying is not popular due
to the loss of green colour during the process.
As the productivity/production is registering an upward trend year after year, the firewood requirement
is also increasing. As the wind fallen trees are not enough to meet the growing demand of firewood,
the growers are forced to meet their requirement of firewood, either from the market or from
resorting to cutting trees leading to degradation of forest cover. Moreover, wood is required for the
construction of new curing houses especially for racks to spread cardamom and to provide false
ceiling in the curing houses to preserve the heat.
Few innovative growers have started installing cardamom curing systems using alternate fuels, viz.
Diesel, LP Gas which gives their produce better colour and cost effective drying. These driers are
eco-friendly, labour saving and easy to operate. The harvested green cardamom can be put into the
drying chamber of these new curing systems after washing, instead of spreading it on the trays as is
practiced in the conventional drying. The drying time is reduced from 28–36 hours to about 20 hours
in these driers.
The objective of the programme is to popularise the cardamom drying systems using LPG/ Diesel/
Biomass and firewood as alternate fuel among the small growers of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamilnadu
by providing 33.33 per cent of the actual cost of drier as subsidy subject to a maximum of `60,000/-
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per device. Non-subsidy portion will be met by the growers from their own funds or through
institutional finance.
Spices Board has prepared a list of approved suppliers and upper ceiling cost for driers of various
capacities. The driers are to be purchased from approved suppliers.
During 2011-12, the Board had assisted installation of 182 numberrs of improved cardamom curing
devices at a financial outlay of `1.058 crore.
Development programmes for North East Region
Cardamom (large) - Sikkim & Darjeeling district of West Bengal
(i) Curing houses (Modified bhatti)
The cardamom (large) growers traditionally cure their cardamom in the locally fabricated bhatties.
This does not ensure proper drying and ideal colour in the cured cardamom. The Board had introduced
and evaluated a number of curing methods using different fuels and has selected a system which gives
best quality. In order to popularize this method, the Board is providing subsidy @ `5,000/- for 200 kg
capacity and `9,000/- for 400 kg capacity drier respectively.
During 2011-12, eighteen modified bhatties were set up at a total subsidy of `0.009 crore.
(ii) Rainwater harvesting
The programme for rainwater harvesting using devices made of earth excavated pits lined with UV
stabilized silpauline sheets which are being implemented in the states of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil
Nadu for cardamom (small) is being replicated for cardamom (large). The terms and conditions and
subsidy provided are same as that for cardamom (small).
During 2011-12, 20 rainwater harvesting devices were constructed providing a subsidy of `0.007
crore.
Development of spices in other North Eastern states
Chilli, ginger and turmeric are extensively cultivated in the North Eastern states. Some of the
indigenous varieties viz., ‘China’, ‘Nadia’, and ‘Thingpur’ in ginger, `Lakadong’ in turmeric and Bird’s
eye in chilli are considered rich in oil, curcumin content and capsaicin content respectively. The agroclimatic conditions prevailing in NE states are suitable for the cultivation of pepper and cardamom
(large) and these crops can be profitably grown in these regions to create exportable surplus. There
is great scope in promoting production of organic spices in these states by popularizing organic
farming practices among the growers so that sufficient quantity of organic spices can be made available
for exports.
The major constraints noticed in the development of spices in NE region are lack of an organised
marketing system and lack of know how on cultivation and post harvest practices. The Board therefore,
implements an integrated scheme for the development of export oriented spices in N.E states with
the following components:
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(i) Cardamom (large) – New planting
Cardamom (large) cultivation is presently concentrated in Sikkim and North West Bengal. The agroclimatic conditions prevailing in other N.E states are suitable for cultivation of cardamom (large).
The scheme envisages to extent cardamom (large) cultivation in these areas by providing `17,500/per hectare as subsidy towards cost of planting material and maintenance during gestation period.
During 2011-12, 383.25 hectares has been planted with cardamom (large) seedlings raised in the
certified nurseries opened during the previous season at a total subsidy of `0.232 crore.
(ii) Rainwater harvesting
The programme for rainwater harvesting using devices made of earth excavated pits lined with UV
stabilized silpauline sheets which are being implemented in the States of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil
Nadu for cardamom small is being replicated in North Eastern states also for various spices. The
terms and conditions and subsidy provided are same as that for cardamom (small).
During 2011-12, 15 rainwater harvesting devices were constructed providing a subsidy of `0.012
crore.
(iii) Organic cultivation of Lakadong turmeric
Lakadong turmeric is having high curcumin content (5.5 per cent) and hence suitable for extraction of
colour. This variety is highly location specific and is very much preferred by the exporters for extraction
of the colour. Hence organic production of Lakadong turmeric in Meghalaya and other North Eastern
states was supported during XI Plan period. Availability of quality planting materials is a major limiting
factor in its production. So, `12,500/- per hectare was provided as subsidy towards 50 per cent of
the cost of planting material. This programme was implemented with the assistance of Government/
Non-Governmental agencies.
During 2011-12, an area of 838.62 hectares has been covered paying a subsidy of `1.048 crore.
(iv) Organic cultivation of ginger
Ginger varieties like Nadia and China are having higher oil content and hence suitable for exports.
During XI Plan period, to promote production of these varieties organically in NE states `12,500/per hectare will be provided as subsidy towards 50 per cent cost of the planting materials. The
programme will be implemented with the assistance of Governmental/Non–Governmental agencies.
During 2011-12, 1,370.84 hectare was brought under cultivation providing `1.714 crore as subsidy.
(v) Training of officers and farmers of NE states
The Board arranges training programmes for the officers of the state Agri/ Horti. departments and
growers of North Eastern states on the recent advances in the areas of cultivation, harvest and post
harvest techniques of spices. The training is arranged in alternate years for officers and every year for
farmers.
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During 2011-12, sixty farmers of the NE states were trained at Indian Institute of Spices Research,
Calicut, KAU, Thrissur, ICRI, Myladumpara, the Board’s Quality Lab at Cochin and spice processing
units. In addition to this 20 farmers from Arunachal Pradesh were trained at Sikkim. An amount of
`0.059 crore has been incurred under the programme.
Programmes for other spices
(i) Seed spice threshers (power and manually operated)
The harvesting and post harvest practices followed by some farmers of seed spices are unhygienic
which results in contamination of the products with foreign matters like stalks, dirt, sand, stem bits
etc. The seeds are separated by beating the harvested and dried plants with bamboo sticks or rubbing
the plants manually by hand or trampling under the feet of the cattle. In order to educate the farmers
and to avoid contamination in the final product Board proposes to introduce use of threshers which
are operated manually as well as with power, for separating the seeds from the dried plants.
The cost of such a power and manual thresher are estimated as `1.00 lakh and `30,000/- respectively.
It is proposed to provide 50 per cent of the cost subject to a maximum of `50,000/- for a power
thresher and `15,000/- for a manually operated thresher as subsidy.
During 2011-12, one power operated thresher was supplied at a total subsidy of `0.005 crore.
(ii) Supply of pepper threshers
The objective of the programme is to assist the pepper growers to acquire threshers to separate
pepper berries from spikes under hygienic condition. Pepper growers having a minimum of 500 vines
are eligible to avail the scheme. The subsidy offered was `7,000/- per thresher irrespective of the
capacity of the equipment.
During 2011-12, 409 pepper threshers were distributed at a financial outlay of `0.286 crore.
(iii) Supply of turmeric steam boilers
The programme is intended to assist the turmeric growers to adopt improved scientific cooking
involves using boilers and perforated trough made of GI or MS sheet extended with parallel handle.
This ensures optimum cooking of turmeric, which provides better colour and quality to the final
produce. Hence it is proposed to popularize the use of large scale turmeric boilers among turmeric
growers for production of quality turmeric suitable for exports. The subsidy offered to selected turmeric
growers groups/NGOs 50% of the cost of the large scale boiler or 1.20 lakhs per boiler whichever is
less.
During 2011-12, nine turmeric steam boilers were distributed at a financial outlay of `0.107 crore.
(iv) Turmeric polishers
Dried turmeric has a poor, appearance and rough dull colour outside the surface with scales and root
bits. The appearance is improved by smoothening and polishing the outer surface by manual or
mechanical rubbing. Manual polishing is by rubbing the dried turmeric fingers on a hard surface or
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trampling them by wrapping in gunny bags. Manual polishing may affect quality of the product. The
improved method of polishing turmeric is by using hand operated/power operated polishers. This
ensures hygienic and effective polishing which gives better appearance to the product. Hence it is
proposed to popularize the practice of using improved polishers for polishing turmeric by subsidized
supply of turmeric polishers.
Turmeric growers having area upto eight hectares are eligible to avail the scheme. The subsidy offered
is 50 per cent of the cost of polisher or `16,000/- per polisher whichever is less.
During 2011-12, two turmeric polishers were distributed at a financial outlay of `0.003 crore.
(v) Promotion of integrated pest management (IPM) in chilli
Consignments of Indian chilli were detained in the recent past due to reported presence of pesticides.
The presence of pesticides has caused serious trade disruptions. Therefore, it is necessary to popularise
integrated pest management in chilli.
During IX Plan period, the Board under an UNDP Project implemented a pilot project to promote
IPM in chilli through farmer’s field school, demonstration plots and supply of IPM kits to the growers
of chilli in two villages in Andhra Pradesh with the help of NGOs. The project was successful in
demonstrating benefits of IPM to the growers.
During X Plan period, the Board had replicated the same in other villages in Guntur, Warrangal,
Karim Nagar, Prakasam and Kurnool districts of Andhra Pradesh by supplying IPM kits containing
pheromone traps, bio agents like Trichoderma, Trichogramma, neem pesticides and seed worms of
vermi compost units at an estimated cost of `1,500/- per hectare. This comprises 50 per cent of the
cost of the IPM package. The scheme is implemented with the assistance of Non Governmental
Organisations. Support was given to the NGOs in maintaining extension staff to run the farmers field
school and field visits to provide technical guidance.
During XI Plan, the Board is continuing implementation of the programme using Outsourced Technical
Assistants under the supervision of the Board’s Officers at an estimated cost of `2000/- per hectare.
In 2011-12, the programme was implemented in Warangal, Guntur, Prakasham, Karim Nagar and
Kurnool districts of Andhra Pradesh covering an area of 8,000 hectares expending an amount of
`1.600 crore as assistance.
Post harvest improvement of spices
(i) Supply of silpauline sheets for drying spices
In order to dry spices viz. pepper, chilli and seed spices under hygienic conditions, the Board subsidizes
the supply of silpauline sheets to the small and marginal growers.
During 2011-12, 20,450 silpauline sheets were distributed to small and marginal growers of chilli,
pepper and seed spices at a total financial outlay of `1.792 crore.
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(ii) Distribution of bamboo mats for pepper
The programme is intended to encourage the small and marginal pepper growers to dry pepper on
hygienic bamboo mats coated with paper-fenugreek paste.
During 2011-12, the Board had supplied 1,000 bamboo mats of size 12’ x 6' at 90 per cent subsidy to
tribal growers and 50 per cent subsidy to other category of growers. A subsidy of Rs.0.014 crore have
been spent under the programme.
(iii) Training programme for quality improvement of spices
The Board is regularly conducting quality improvement training programmes to farmers, officials of
state Agri./Horti. Department, traders, members of NGOs for educating them on scientific methods
of pre/post harvest and storage operations and updated quality requirements for major spices.
During 2011-12, training programmes were conducted benefiting 24,770 spices growers in 483
centers and 1,124 officials of state Agri/Horti. Dept. in 23 centres, 108 traders in two centers and 497
representatives of NGOs in 11 centers. Seventeen Regional seminars benefiting 1,704 participants
were also conducted.
The total number of personnel trained under the above programme was 28,203 in 536 centres. The
budget is met under HRD.
Promotion of organic farming
Internationally, the niche market for organically produced spices is growing at a fast rate. Early entry
into this segment will improve the exportability and demand for Indian spices. In addition, availability
of organically grown spices will help the country to withstand competition from low cost countries in
south East Asia. The major bottlenecks in promoting organic farming are non-availability of organic
farm inputs and high cost of organic certification of farms and processing units.
In order to promote farmers for organic production of spices, programmes like organic farm certification
assistance, support for setting up vermi-compost units, promoting organic cultivation of spices are
being implemented during XI Plan.
(i) Organic farm certification
The programme aims to help growers/ processors of spices in acquiring organic certification which is
a pre-requisite for marketing organic spices.
During XI Plan, the Board is assisting group of farmers, NGOs and Farmers Co-operative Societies/
Associations in acquiring certification for their farms/ processing units by meeting 50 per cent cost of
the certification, subject to a maximum of `75,000/-. Individual farmers and processors are eligible
for 50 per cent of the cost of certification subject to a maximum of `25,000/- per certification.
During 2011-12, assistance to the tune of `0.064 crore has been provided to 8 NGOs/groups and
two individual farmers covering an area of 2846.81 hectares benefiting 2,932 farmers. Two processing
units were also supported under this programme.
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(ii) Support for vermi-compost units
There is need to produce organic inputs in the farm itself to maintain soil fertility and to support
organic production. In order to enable the growers to produce organic farm inputs, particularly
vermi-compost, `2,000/- is offered as grant-in-aid to growers to set up a unit with one ton output of
vermi-compost.
During 2011-12, 265 vermi-compost units were set up incurring an amount of `0.041 crore.
(iii) Organic cultivation of spices
Since the market for organic products is gradually registering an upward trend, there is large scope for
promoting organic cultivation of spices in suitable locations. During XI Plan, the Board is assisting
growers for taking up organic cultivation of spices by giving a subsidy of 12.5 per cent cost of production
subject to a maximum of `5,000/- per hectare. The programme will be implemented with the
participation of selected NGOs by paying them retention fee @ `500/- per hectare. `250/- per hectare
is proposed to be given for meeting cost of organic certification. These expenses will be deducted
from the total amount of subsidy and balance only will be paid to the beneficiaries.
During 2011-12, 877.4 hectares has been brought under organic cultivation of spices like Naga chilli in
Arunachal Pradesh, Byadagi chilli in Dharwad, Karnataka and Seed spices in Gujarat releasing subsidy
to the tune of `0.437 crore.
Extension advisory service
Transfer of technical know-how to growers on production of spices is an important factor in increasing
productivity. This programme envisages technical/extension support to growers on the scientific aspects
of cultivation through personal contact, field visits, group meetings and through distribution of literature
in vernacular languages for increasing productivity and improving quality of cardamom in the states of
Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, development of large cardamom in the states of Sikkim and West
Bengal and selected spices in the North East and small pockets across the country.
Besides extension advisory service the production and post harvest related schemes of the Board viz.
Special Purpose Fund for Replantation and Rejuvenation of Cardamom Plantations and scheme for
Export Oriented Production and Post Harvest Improvement of Spices are implemented through the
extension net work.
The pay and allowances of the staff in the Development Department, their TA/DA, expenditure on
vehicle, office establishment and other contingencies are met under this programme.
During 2011-12, 31,986 visits were conducted and 2,565 meetings were organized for cardamom
small & large in the States of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, and Sikkim & Darjeeling District of
West Bengal and North Eastern States. The expenditure made under the programme during 201112 was `13.775 crore.
Project on development of pepper in Idukki district of Kerala assisted under National
Horticulture Mission (NHM)
As an agency concerned about the plight of Indian pepper industry and in response to the invitation
from various quarters of the industry and directions from the Ministry of Commerce, Spices Board
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volunteered to workout a proposal on production development of pepper in Idukki district of Kerala
in line with NHM guidelines which evolved as a project for implementation in the district with financial
assistance from NHM. The project has been approved for implementation for a period of five years
from 2009-10 at a total outlay of `230.58 crore with assistance from NHM to the tune of `120.00
crore. The objective of the project is to address the issue of non-availability of sufficient planting
material, low productivity/ production, non-availability of organic inputs, adoption of pest management
and bridging the technology gap by implementing programmes like establishment of certified nurseries,
replanting/rejuvenation of senile plantations, setting up of vermin-compost units, promotion of
integrated pest management and training on planting material production and good agricultural practices.
Growers selected under the project are given financial assistance as cash subsidy on satisfactory
completion of the programmes in their farms/plantations. The project will also serve as a measure to
mitigate agrarian distress in Idukki district as recommended by Dr.M.S.Swaminathan Research
Foundation.
(i) Production of planting material
Planting materials required for replanting/rejuvenation will be produced through small scale certified
nurseries opened in growers’ field where replanting/rejuvenation is proposed to be taken up under
the technical supervision of Spices Board and financial assistance under the project. Growers who
are having own arrangements for production of planting material could use planting material from the
mother plants of their farm which are identified by Spices Board. This approach will ensure use of high
yielding good quality planting material acclimatized to the locality where replanting /rejuvenation takes
place and will eliminate the chance of high rate (<30 per cent) of mortality due to transportation
shock. 44.34 lakhs rooted pepper cuttings were produced for taking up replantation/rejuvenation
during 2011-12 seasons. Subsidy at the rate of `1.50/- per rooted cutting was given to the growers.
1,43,250 numbers of pepper nucleus planting materials were collected from various Research
Institutions and supplied to 1,693 pepper farmers for multiplication and field level planting. An amount
of `0.735 crore was utilized under this programme.
(ii) Replanting/rejuvenation of senile plantations
Under this component, senile, disease affected and poor yielding vines in the existing plantations will
be replanted/rejuvenated with healthy, disease free planting materials of high yielding local cultivars
and identified traditional/improved varieties which are adaptable to the habitat. The scale of assistance
@ `15,000/- per hect. was given under this programme. 5,294.37 hectares has been replanted/
rejuvenated during 2011-12 and an amount of `8.249 crore has been distributed as subsidy to 13,921
beneficiaries as first installment and 16,503 beneficiaries as second installment.
(iii) Promoting production of organic inputs
Depletion of organic matter in the top soil of pepper farms is due to unscientific cultivation practices,
excessive use of chemical fertilizers and opening of canopy. This has necessitated replenishment of
organic matter/humus in the soil. This can be easily done through application of vermin-compost.
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One of the major bottlenecks in promoting organic farming is non-availability of organic input like
vermin-compost. It is therefore necessary to produce organic inputs in the farm itself to maintain soil
fertility and to support organic production. Vermi-compost is considered as a potential soil enrichment
input as well as a soil re-conditioner. This component assists in setting up of vermin-compost units
and subsidy at the rate of `3,000/- per unit was given. 339 vermi-compost have been constructed and
an amount of `0.108 crore has been paid towards subsidy.
(iv) Promotion of integrated pest/disease management
Indiscriminate use of chemicals especially copper based fungicides and pesticides has resulted in the
damage of micro flora and fauna in the soil. Proper cultivation practices and biological control of
diseases can only revive the health of the soil and sustainability of the crop. Only in extreme cases
farmers need to be advised to resort to chemical control of diseases. Through this activity farmers
will be given bio-inputs such as Trichoderma and pseudomonas as well as copper sulphate for
preparation of bordeaux mixture, at subsidized rates. 88,466 kilo grams of copper sulphate were
supplied to 9,370 beneficiaries. Trichderma & Pseudomonas supplied to 88 farmers. Maximum assistance
of `1,000/- per hectare would be provided to the beneficiaries. Fund utilized under IPM is `0.707
crore. An area of 8,846.25 hectares has been brought under the programme.
(v) Human resources development
The yield gap observed in between farmers’ field with average maintenance, progressive farmer
adopting optimum maintenance, elite farmers and research stations following high production
technology is nothing but the technology gap, which can be bridged by well planned extension activities.
Hence, training programmes on nursery management, good agricultural & post harvest improvement
practices at various levels such as officers, farmers, representatives of NGOs etc. will be taken up
under this component. Training programmes were organized utilizing fund of `0.085 crore.
(vi) Establishment of leaf/tissue analytical unit
Under this programme, establishment of one leaf/tissue analytical unit at ICRI, Myladumpara is in
progress. An amount of `0.0054 crore have been spent under this programme so far.
(vii) Disease forecasting unit
Establishment of one disease forecasting unit at ICRI, Myladumpara is in progress.
Scheme for development of pepper in Wayanad district of Kerala & North Eastern states
Ministry of Commerce, Government of India has approved a scheme for development of pepper for
implementation in Wayanad district of Kerala and North Eastern states during XI & XII Plan. The
activity components taken up under the scheme are same as that which are implemented under the
pepper development programme implemented in Idukki district. Under replantation/rejuvenation
programme an area of 2,859.31 hectare has been covered in Wayanad district and 572.39 hectares in
North Eastern states providing subsidy of `5.667 crore and 0.388 crore respectively. 28.63 lakhs
pepper rooted cuttings were produced in Wayanad district and 45 lakhs in North Eastern states
spending an amount of `0.062 crore and 0.371 crore as subsidy respectively.
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5. EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION
The thrust of the Export development and promotion programmes which are being implemented by
the Marketing Department is to accelerate export of quality spices from the country. The schemes
focus upon enhancing the quality of spices exported from India besides giving accent to value addition
of spices. In the global scenario of ever-revolving regulatory and customer driven regime which calls
for satisfying the ever-demanding requirements it has become necessary to equip Indian spice exporters
with latest processing technologies for sustaining and increasing current and potential export markets
for Indian spices. The marketing activities of the Board also include regulating the domestic marketing
of cardamom through e-auction system.
Licensing and Registration forms a part of the regulatory functions of the Board. The exports of spices
are regulated through the Spices Board (Registration of Exporters) Regulations 1989 while the domestic
marketing of cardamom is regulated through Cardamom (Licensing & Marketing) Rules 1987. As per
these rules, any person desirous of doing business in cardamom as auctioneer or dealer has to obtain
a license. The exporters of spices have to obtain certificates of registration from the Board. These
certificate/licenses are issued for a block period of three years commencing from September onwards.
The current block period of registration is from 1st September 2011 to 31st August 2014. The
registration fee for exporter registration is revised from `2,000/- to `5,000/- and the renewal fee is
revised from `1,000/- to `2500/-. During five months of the last block period and 7 months of the
current block period covering 2011-12, the Board issued 2,737 Certificate of Registration as Exporter
of Spices (CRES) and 369 Dealer license and 15 Auctioneer license for cardamom (small & large).
The quality specifications stipulated by the buying countries are disseminated to the exporters on a
regular basis. Exporters are also given updated information on the opportunities emerging in different
markets, new uses and applications in food and non-food sectors by conducting market studies. In
order to facilitate smooth trading activities the Board has initiated to issue Identity Card to registered
exporters as well as registered estate owners of cardamom. During 2011-12, 1139 ID cards were
issued to registered cardamom growers.
Programmes of export development and promotion
Adoption of hi-tech and technology up-gradation
In order to encourage high-end value addition in spices processing, through advanced technology, for
better value realization and ensuring food safety and up-gradation of quality standards of the product
to match international quality requirements, the programme offers grant-in-aid to the exporters for
adopting hi-tech in spices processing and upgrade their existing technologies/facilities. The level of
assistance is 33 per cent of the value of machinery/equipments for processing and packing, electrical
installations and consultancy charges with a maximum of `1.00 crore per beneficiary for general areas
and 50 per cent of the cost or `2.00 crore, whichever is less for special areas including North Eastern
region. The scheme for technology up-gradation also offers same level of financial assistance to support
exporters to upgrade their existing processing/packing facilities to manufacture products of high-end
value addition and quality standards to match the requirements of foreign buyers.
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During the financial year 2011-12, total financial assistance of `135.18 lakh was provided to eight
exporters for adoption of hi-tech in spice processing and for upgradation of processing units.
Setting up/upgradation of QC Lab
The programme envisages, assistance to exporters who propose to set up/upgrade in-house quality
control laboratories to establish facilities to undertake analysis of various parameters on quality of the
products including detection of pesticide residues, aflatoxin, physical, chemical and microbial
contaminants. Assistance is limited to 33 per cent of the cost of laboratory equipments/instruments,
glassware, laboratory furniture and other accessories including electrical installations and consultancy
charges for setting up/upgradation of quality control laboratories. During 2011-12, eight exporters
have availed the facility and the total grant-in-aid released towards this activity is `52.47 lakh.
Quality certification, validation of check samples and training of laboratory personnel
Spices Board assists spices exporters in acquiring quality systems like ISO, HACCP and such quality
certifications in their units. The Board is also giving assistance towards the cost of analytical charges
for validation/ standardization in laboratories abroad and charges/expenses for upgrading technical
knowledge of laboratory personnel of the exporters in reputed international laboratories preferably
approved by USFDA, EU, etc. Assistance is limited to 33 per cent of the cost. A total assistance of
`1.44 lakh has been extended to one exporter under quality certification during 2011-12.
Sending business samples abroad
For finalizing the transactions on the basis of samples and to have more clarity in dealings and also to
eliminate the possibility for trade disputes on quality aspects, dispatch of samples play an important
role, and the Board is providing assistance for sending business samples of spices and spice products
to abroad. Under the programme, the Board reimburses to a maximum of `50,000/- per year to
registered manufacturer exporters of spices having Spices House Certificate/Spices Board Logo or
Certified grower exporters of organic spices and registered brand exporters. During 2011-12, the
Board extended financial assistance totaling of `7.70 lakh to 17 exporters of spices.
Printing promotional literatures/brochures
Printing promotional literatures/brochures, video films/CDs and other electronic modes to project
competencies and capabilities of exporters and the range of products and services offered to the
prospective buyers abroad is supported by the Board. Qualified exporters of spices/spice products
who have SHC/Logo/Brand registered with the Board/Organic certification are eligible to avail the
assistance. Financial assistance is provided @ 50 per cent of the cost subject to a maximum of `2.00
lakh per brochure. During 2011-12, the Board extended financial assistance of `5.13 lakh to five
exporters of spices
Packaging development and Bar coding registration
Under this programme financial assistance is provided for improving the existing packaging and to
develop modern packaging for increased shelf life, reduces storage space, establishing traceability and
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better presentation of Indian spices in markets abroad. All registered exporters are eligible to avail
the assistance. Assistance is to the tune of 50 per cent of the cost of packaging development and bar
coding registration subject to a ceiling of `1.00 lakh per exporter per year. During 2011-12, assistance
amounting to `2.00 lakh was disbursed to two exporters
Market development assistance (MDA)
Exporting companies with an FOB value of exports effected upto `15.00 crore in the preceding year,
are eligible for assistance under the MDA guidelines of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry for
participation in trade delegations/buyer–seller meets/fairs/exhibitions abroad to explore new markets
for export of their specific product(s) and commodities from India in the initial phase. The assistance
is for Airfare in Economy/ Excursion class and / or charges of the built up finished stall subject to an
upper ceiling per participation to eligible spices exporters. During 2011-12, eight exporters availed
the benefit and the amount spent for this was `5.42 lakhs.
Grant in aid for participation of exporters in international trade fairs/ exhibitions
The programme envisages financial assistance to individual exporters who have obtained Indian Spice
Logo/Spice House Certificate/Certified grower and exporter of organic spices and those exporters
whose Brand names have been registered with the Board.
The assistance is in the form of reimbursement of Airfare (Economy excursion class) for visits to trade
fairs subject to a maximum of `60,000/- for Logo/SHC/holders and `40,000/- for holders of registered
brand and organic certificate per exporter per year. In case of hiring independent stall, the extent of
assistance will be 50 per cent of the cost per exporter subject to ceiling of `one lakh. Under this
programme, ten exporters availed the benefit and the expenditure incurred towards this was `6.76
lakhs.
Participation of exporters in International meetings/seminars and delegations
Qualified representatives from exporter’s associations/forums are assisted to participate in the
international meetings/seminars/ delegations by extending financial assistance up to 50 per cent of
their Airfare (Economy Excursion class) subject to ceiling of `1.50 lakh per exporter per year. During
2011-12, four exporters were awarded the benefit and the expenditure incurred towards this was
`5.83 lakhs.
Brand promotion
Under this programme financial assistance towards interest free loan upto 100 per cent of slotting/
listing fee and promotional measures and 50 per cent of the cost of product development subject to
`2.50 crore per brand, is provided to position specified brands in the identified outlets and selected
cites abroad and to undertake necessary promotional measures for brand building like media promotion,
promotional trips abroad and participation in international fairs. Under the programme, loan assistance
of `5.00 crore for brand buyout is also involved.
During 2011-12, no exporter has availed the assistance. The exporters who had been availed first
instalment of loan continued the programme during the year 2011-12.
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Indian Spice Logo
Indian spice logo which denotes the quality of spices is awarded to manufacturer exporters of spices
and the Logo is registered in important countries abroad. As per the new amendments approved by
the Government, the Logo is now extended to packs of any unit weight to enable the manufacturers
to get the Logo on their packs. The logo holder can affix this symbol of quality on their consumer
packs as a mark of ‘Indianness and Quality’. During 2011-12, the Board has not issued Logo to any
exporter
Spice House Certificate (SHC)
The Spice House Certificate is awarded to those exporters of spices who have installed required
facilities for cleaning, processing, grading, packaging and warehousing and quality assurance. Only
those exporters who have acquired ISO & HACCP/GMP certificate are eligible for Spice House
certificate. At present 33 units have been awarded with Spice House Certificate (SHC). The Board
is now in the process of amending the rules and regulations including audit procedures for issuing SHC
to processing units.
Registration of brand name
The objective of the programme viz., registration of brand name is to support export of spices/spice
products in consumer packs under Indian brand names and gain market share in the fast growing
market of branded consumer packs. The Board has specified packing standards for different spices
for different unit weights in consultation with Indian Institute of packaging. At present 48 exporters
have registered their brands with the Board.
In consideration of the brand promotion of spices the present system of registration of brand is
changed. Accordingly all brand registered exporters have to renew their registration after every
three years.
Product development & research
Under this programme, financial assistance is provided to exporters/ research institutions to undertake
product research and development based on spices. This would include development of new products,
clinical trials and patenting of the new products for export. During 2011-12, `2.35 lakh has been
extended to one exporters.
Establishment of Spices Parks
A Spices Park is as an industrial park for processing and value addition of Spices and Spice products
which offers both primary and higher end processing facilities. The Regional crop specific Spices Park
is a well-conceived approach to have an integrated operation for cultivation, post harvesting, processing
for value addition, packaging, storage and exports of spices and spice products by meeting the quality
specifications of the consuming countries. The basic objective of the concept is to provide common
infrastructure facilities for both post harvest and processing operations of spices and spice products,
which also aims at backward integration by providing rural employment. Apart from the above facilities,
the Board will develop the common infrastructure facilities like Roads, Water supply system, Power
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stations, Fire fighting & Control systems, Weighing bridges, effluent Treatment Plants, Quality Lab for
checking basic parameters, Bank & Post office counters, Restaurant, Business centers, Guest house
etc.
Establishment of Spices Park in the country is a major initiative of the Government as part of its
commitment that any growth in the country should be more of agriculture-specific and pro-farmers.
The Spice Park will ensure a better pricing for the produce by shortening the channels in the supply
chain system currently followed locally. The facilities available in the Spice Park can be utilized by the
farming community for primary processing for improving the quality of their product and thereby
they can directly sell to the exporters.
Currently, the Board had completed the establishment of the Spices Park at Chhindwara, Madhya
Pradesh, Puttady at Kerala and Jodhpur of Rajasthan. The Spices Park at Chhindwara is mainly meant
for garlic dehydration and extraction of chilli and other Spices. The operation of the park is started
through private participation. The Spices Park at Puttady is mainly meant for cardamom and pepper.
The operation is started and continuing successfully. The Spices Park of Jodhpur is mainly for Cumin
and Coriander and the operation will commence from November, 2012.
The Board is establishing Spices Parks in few other major spices growing states/market centers and
the progress is as follows.
(1) Guntur, Andhra Pradesh
The Board has acquired 124.78 acres of land in Edlapadu Mandal in Guntur district from Government
of Andhra Pradesh for setting up of Spices Park. The civil work related to the basic infrastructure like
internal roads, compound wall, drainage, administrative block, plant building, power station etc are
almost completed. The Board is also proposing to establish additional infrastructure facilities like
finished goods godown, canteen building and boiler house etc in the premises and tendering work for
these facilities is in progress. Board is establishing a full line processing facility for chilli and also a steam
sterilization unit with 500 Kg/hour capacity. Board has already allotted 35 acres of land to the prospective
exporters for developing their own processing plant in the park. The first phase of the project is
expected to be completed by November, 2012.
(2) Sivagangai, Tamil Nadu
The Board has acquired land admeasuring 72.70 acres in Kottagudi Village, Sivagangai Taluk from the
Government of Tamil Nadu for setting up the Spices Park. The civil work related to basic infrastructure
like Compound wall, drainage, Administrative Block, four numbers of Godowns, two Plant Buildings,
Canteen building, Time House etc are almost completed. All other work related to the construction
of internal roads, construction of Power Station, electrification and Overhead Water storage are in
progress. Board is establishing one full line processing system for Chilli and another full line system for
Turmeric. Board has invited EOI for leasing out of land available in the Park to the exporters of Spices
for developing their own processing plants. The allotment of the land is in progress. The first phase of
the project is expected to be completed by November, 2012.
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(3) Kota, Rajasthan
The Government of Rajasthan has allotted around 12.14 hectares of land in Ramganj Mandi of Kota
district for setting up of Spices Park. The work related to the establishment of the Park is in progress
and all the work is expected to be completed by March, 2013. The Board is in the process of allotting
land to prospective exporters for developing their own processing plant in the Park.
(4) Mehasana, Gujarat
The Government of Gujarat has allotted around 90 acres of land to Spices Board at Visnagar Taluk of
Mehasana District. The work related to the establishment of the Park is pending due to court case
filed by the local people.
(5) Guna, Madhya Pradesh
Government of Madhya Pradesh had allotted 100 acres of land to the Board on lease basis for establishing
the Park. The techno feasibility study has been conducted by the ICICI-Winfra for setting up of a
Spices Park in Guna, Madhya Pradesh. The Project will be established under ASIDE Scheme. All the
civil work related to the Park is completed. Currently the Board is in the process of allotting land to
prospective exporters for developing their own processing unit. The installation of the machinery is in
progress. The park will be ready by December, 2012.
Establishment of Quality evaluation Lab cum training centres
(1) Narela, New Delhi
All the work related to project is completed; the installation of the Lab equipments is in progress. The
laboratory operation will be commenced by November 2012.
(2) Gummidipoondi, Chennai
The Quality Evaluation lab has been established and started functioning from September 2011 onwards.
(3) World Trade Avenue, Tuticorin
All the work related to project is completed; the installation of the Lab equipments is in progress. The
commercial operation will be commenced by November 2012.
(4) Gandhidham, Kandla
Kandla Port Trust has allotted 40 cents of land to Spices Board on lease at plot No.22-A in Gandhidham
Township for setting up of Quality Evaluation Laboratory cum Training Centre. The tendering work
related to the civil work of the lab building is completed.
(5) Baruipur, Kolkata
The Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) has allotted one acre of land to Spices
Board for establishing the project. The Board had completed the preliminary works related to the
establishment of the project and waiting for the approval for building construction by the KMDA.
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Mandatory sampling and testing of export consignments
Besides the analytical services offered to the exporters for the analysis of illegal dyes like Para Red,
Rodamine B and Butter Yellow, Sudan Red 7B, Sudan Orange G, Sunset Yellow, and other Pesticide
Residues, the Board continued mandatory sampling and analysis of export consignments of chilli and
chilli products and turmeric powder for the presence of Sudan dye I-IV and Aflatoxin. During 200112, more spices like nutmeg and mace was also brought under the mandatory testing for Aflatoxin.
The marketing department of the Board with its regional offices attended the activities of sampling
and stuffing of export consignments under mandatory sampling, assignment and monitoring of surveyors
for sampling and stuffing work, issuing of analytical reports, collection of analytical charges from the
exporters, surveillance inspection, and follow up with regard to the destruction of contaminated
export consignments. Monitoring/surveillance inspections were also conducted at the time of sampling
by the sampling agencies and consignments subjected to Sudan detection were destroyed with the
help of FSSAI.
Participation in International meetings and seminars
(a) ASTA Annual Meeting & Exhibition
ASTA 2011 Annual Meeting & Trade Show was held in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA during 3-6 April 2011.
The Annual Meet discussed vital business information and a wide range of industry related issues
including Food Safety Standards. The major focus of the meeting was ‘Food Safety and to develop
Steps for increasing the delivery of clean and safe spices to the consumers’. The Chairman, Director
(Mktg) and Deputy Director (Mktg) of the Board attended the meeting.
(b) IPC Session and Meetings
The 39th Session and Meetings of IPC was held during 22-26 November 2011 at Senggigi Beach,
Lombok Island, Indonesia. Smt.Vijaylaxmi Joshi, Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce,
Government of India, the liaison officer and Plenipotentiary representative of Government of India
represented in the Session. The Chairman and Director (Marketing) were the Spices Board delegates
represented India in IPC Meetings. The ‘Country Paper’ and ‘Technical Paper’ on India were presented
in the Meetings.
(c) IOSTA Meeting
International Organization of Spice Trading Association 2011 Annual Meeting was held during ASTA
Meeting at the same venue on 5th April 2011. The Chairman, Spices Board who was the Chairman of
the IOSTA, chaired the meeting. The main focus of the IOSTA 2011 meeting was “Standardizing test
method for detecting oil polishing in black pepper; concentration factor for spice oleoresin and revising
the MRL and identifying issues for fixing standards for GPM in spice processing’.
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Other export promotion activities
During 2011-12, the Board received 215 foreign and 427 domestic enquiries directly for spices and
spice products. Enquiries received from 60 countries were responded promptly and the same were
released in Boards’ Foreign Trade Enquiry Bulletin.
As usual, renewal of membership and correspondence on various policy issues were done with FIEO,
CII, FICCI, ASSOCHAM, KMA, AIMA, ITPO, IIPM Indo American Chamber of Commerce, IndoChina Chamber of Commerce, Indo German Chamber of Commerce, Indian Council of Arbitration,
Indian Habitat Center, Kerala Productivity Council and international organisations like ASTA, ESA,
IPC etc.
Continued the collection of weekly market report from the market committee, collection of monthly
EXIM data from Customs, inspection of exporter units for issue of CRES/ and for scheme assistance,
dissemination of marketing schemes of the Board to the exporters. The Regional Offices also
participated in the meetings organized by Customs, FIEO, FSSAI, Chamber of Commerce and State
Agriculture department and report to the Head Office. These offices have also organised and
participated in domestic exhibitions.
Under the Advance Authrorisation, exporters are entitled to import spices for export production.
The Board is designated to analyse the samples, mainly imported for the production of spice oils &
oleoresins and recommend the norms to the DGFT for fixation of Input-Output Norms. The Board is
also issuing Manufacturing Capacity Certificate to exporters for this licensing purpose.
Important notifications on spices have also been compiled and disseminated to the trade through
Board’s publications. Circulars/Documents received from the Ministry/RBI/EXIM Bank/Embassies were
made available to the Spice Trade.
The Board continued its effort to settle the disputes/complaints between the exporters and importers
of spices. The complaint received were examined and taken up with concerned parties, Importers/
Exporters/ Embassies/trade organizations for amicable settlement.
Rapid Alert Notifications issued by the European Commission and other Border Rejection issues by
the importing countries were monitored and necessary instructions were given to the exporters. A
team is formed to monitor and reporting the RASFF on a monthly basis.
Being a member of the Inter Departmental Panel, the Board associated with EIA & AGMARK for
conducting joint inspection at the Internal Processing Quality Control of the pepper processing units.
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6. TRADE INFORMATION SERVICE
Trade Information Service of the Marketing Department is responsible for the collection, compilation,
analysis and dissemination of statistics relating to exports, imports, area, production, auction and
domestic and international prices of spices.
The major source of information for compiling the monthly estimated export of Spices from India is
the Daily List of Exports (DLE) released by the Customs authority. Similarly, the Daily List of Imports
(DLI) released by the Customs is the source for estimating the monthly import of Spices into India.
The Board is compiling the export/import details of Spices on a monthly basis and disseminating the
export and import figures of Spices to its stakeholders and Ministry/Departments on a regular basis.
For this purpose the Board is regularly collecting both the DLE and DLI from all major ports like
Cochin, JNPT, Chennai, Tuticorin, Mundra, Calcutta, Petrapole, Mohadhipur, Raxual, Amritsar etc.
Moreover the information is also collected through the Regional Offices of the Board for this purpose.
The Board is compiling and disseminating both the domestic and international prices of Spices for
major markets in India abroad on regular basis to its stakeholder through our websites and publications.
The major source for collecting the price details are agencies like India Pepper and Spice Trade
Association, Agriculture Produce Marketing Committees, Merchants Associations, International Trade
Centre, Geneva, International Pepper Community, Geneva, AA Sayia & Co, USA etc. All these
information are collecting through the regional office of the Board and through subscription from the
international agencies.
Since the Board is responsible for the production development of cardamom (small & large), the area,
production and productivity of these spices are estimated by Trade Information Service by the support
of the field sample study conducted through the field set up of the Board. The Board is also supporting
The Directorate of Arecanut & Spices Development, Calicut for conducting the preliminary surveys
for estimating the production of pepper in the major production centres. Area and production of
other spices are collected from the state Economics and Statistics/Agriculture/Horticulture Departments
for compilation. Information on area, production of spices has been disseminated through the Board's
publications as well as through the website to the stake holders and policy makers.
As per the Registration and Licensing Act, all the registered exporters of spices have to submit their
quarterly export return to the Board. Currently more than 2,800 exporters are registered with the
Board and the Trade Information Service is compiling the quarterly export reruns of these of the
exporters and maintaining the database of exporter wise export of spices. By using this database, we
are compiling and publishing the details of leading exporters of each spices through our website.
Spices Board is conducting e-auction for selling of cardamom through e-auction centres at
Bodinayakanur and Puttady. The details on daily auction sales and price of cardamom is compiled and
published on a daily basis through our website. The consolidated details on auction sale and average
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Table-III
Area and production of Major Spices (Area in Hect., Production in tonnes)
Spice
Area
2010-11 (P)
Production
2009-10
Production
Area
Pepper
1,83,780
48,000
1,98,986
50,000
Chilli
7,92,110
12,23,400
8,09,699
14,70,352
Ginger
1,48,820
7,01,990
1,42,089
7,08,256
Turmeric
1,95,070
9,92,940
1,87,535
9,27,912
Garlic
2,02,860
1072400
1,87,271
9,75,404
Coriander
5,30,860
4,82,230
5,30,789
5,01,485
Cumin
5,07,850
3,14,220
5,17,133
3,03,943
Fennel
61,680
1,05,320
53,497
83,576
Fenugreek
81,220
1,18,360
71,985
88,979
Source: State Directorate of Eco. & Stat./Agri./Horti. Departments (P): Provisional
Auction sales and prices of cardamom (small)
The state-wise auction sales and weighted average price of cardamom (small) for 2011-12 and 201011 are given in table-IV.
Table-IV
Auction sales & prices of cardamom (small) in India
(Qty.in M.T., Price in `/kg.)
State
2011-12 (August-July)
Quantity
auctioned
Kerala and
Tamil Nadu
(e-auction)
Karnataka
Maharashtra
Total
Weighted
average
auction price
2010-11 (August-July)
Quantity
auctioned
Weighted
average auction
price
20,306
645.94
13,054
968.65
70
450.08
57
796.41
105
713.74
28
1,115.55
20,481
645.62
13,139
968.22
(Source : Reports received from licenced auctioneers of small cardamom)
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Auction sales and prices of cardamom (large)
The auction sales and weighted average price of cardamom (large) for 2011-12 is given in table-V.
Table-V
Average auction sales and prices of cardamom (large)
(Qty. in Tons, Price in `/kg.)
State
2011-12 (August-May)
Quantity auctioned
Weighted average auction price
13.00
744.45
Sikkim
(Source : Reports received from licenced auctioneers of cardamom (large)
Whole sale prices of cardamom (large)
The average wholesale prices of cardamom (large) at Gangtok and Siliguri market for 2011-12 and
2010-11 are given in table-VI.
Table-VI
Average wholesale prices of cardamom (large)
(Price in `/kg.)
Market centre
Grade
2011-12(April-March) 2010-11 (April-March)
Gangtok
Badadana
799.97
747.89
Siliguri
Badadana
880.41
791.20
Prices of other major spices
The average prices of major spices are given below. These prices have been collected from secondary
sources like Chamber of Commerce, Indian Pepper and Spice Trade Association, Market reviews
prepared by the Merchants Associations, etc. Prices of major spices in important market centers are
given in table-VII.
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Table-VII
Prices of major spices in important market centers
(Price in `/Kg.)
Major Spice
Market
Pepper
Cochin
Chilli
Guntur
Ginger
Cochin
Turmeric
Cochin
Garlic
Grade
MG -1
2011-12
2010-11
318.77
197.05
69.83
54.54
Best
117.17
188.32
AFT
103.02
130.31
Mumbai/Chennai
46.32
94.49
Coriander
Mumbai/Chennai
50.02
35.19
Cumin
Mumbai/Chennai
138.92
122.81
Celery
Mumbai/Chennai
46.78
59.32
Fennel
Mumbai/Chennai
117.56
116.76
Fenugreek
Mumbai/Chennai
29.91
30.57
Ajwan seed
Mumbai/Chennai
140.92
170.22
Dill seed
Mumbai/Chennai
49.00
63.28
Mustard seed
Chennai
37.35
29.31
Tamarind
Mumbai/Chennai
79.01
47.80
Clove
Cochin
867.41
331.91
Nutmeg
Cochin
632.48
466.48
Mace
Cochin
1,190.05
1,135.07
Saffron
Delhi
1,11,000.00
1,46,517.00
Without shell
Export performance of spices from India
The spices export from the country registered an all time record both in quantity and value during the
financial year 2011-12. The total export of spices during the period has crossed US$ 2,000.00 million.
During the financial year, an estimated total quantity of 5,75,270 tonnes of spices and spice products
valued `9,783.42 crore (US$ 2,037.76 Million) has been exported from the country as against 5,25,750
tonnes valued `6,840.70 crore (US$ 1,502.85 million) in 2010-11, registering an increase of nine per
cent in volume and 43 per cent in rupee terms of value. The increase in dollar terms over the previous
year is 36 per cent.
The total export of spices during 2011-12 has exceeded the target in terms of both quantity and
value. Compared to the target of 5,00,000 tonnes valued `6,500.00 crore (US$1450 million) fixed for
the financial year 2011-12, the achievement is 115 per cent in terms of quantity and 151 per cent in
rupee and 141 per cent dollar terms of value.
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During 2011-12, the export of pepper, cardamom (small), cardamom (large), ginger, turmeric, cumin,
fennel, fenugreek, other seeds like mustard, aniseed, ajwan seed etc., nutmeg and mace, and other
spices such as asafoetida, tamarind etc. have shown an increase both in volume and value as compared
to 2010-11. The export of chilli shows a marginal increase in quantity, but in value term the increase
is more than 40 per cent compared to last year. The export of value added product like curry powder/
paste had also shown increase both in volume and value as compared to 2010-11. However, in the
case of mint products and spice oils and oleoresins the increase is in terms of value only. Other spices
like coriander, celery and garlic have decreased both in terms of volume and value as compared to last
year.
During 2011-12, a total quantity of 26,700 tonnes of pepper valued `878.13 crore have been exported
as against 18,850 tons valued `383.18 crore of last year registering an increase of 42 per cent in
quantity and 129 per cent in value.
In the case of cardamom, the total export is 4,650 tonnes valued at `363.22 crore as against 1,175
tonnes valued `132.16 crore of last year registering an increase of 296 per cent in volume and 175 per
cent in value as compared to last year. This is an all time record in the history of export of cardamom
from the country. During 2011-12, a total quantity of 935 tons of cardamom (large) valued `68.30
crore as against 775 tonnes valued `44.63 crore of last year registering an increase of 21 per cent in
volume and 53 per cent in value as compared to last year.
In the case of chilli, 2,41,000 tonnes valued `2,144.08 crore has been exported as against 2,40,000
tonnes valued `1,535.54 crore registering an increase of 40 per cent in value. The export of ginger
during the period is 21,550 tons valued at `204.20 crore as against 15,750 tonnes valued `121.31
crore in the last year. During the year, the export of turmeric is 79,500 tons valued at `734.34 crore
as against 49,250 tonnes valued at `702.85 crore in the previous year. The export of turmeric during
2011-12 shows an all time record.
During 2011-12, 45,500 tonnes of cumin valued `644.42 crore is exported as against 32,500 tonnes
valued `395.98 crore of last year registering an increase of 40 per cent in quantity and 63 per cent in
value. The export of fennel is 8,100 tonnes valued `72.09 crore as against 7,250 tonnes valued `65.88
crore in 2010-11. During 2011-12, 21,800 tonnes of fenugreek valued `72.75 crore has been exported
as against 18,500 tonnes valued `65.48 crore of last year. The export of nutmeg and mace together is
3,620 tonnes valued `240.97 crore as against 2,100 tons valued `97.76 crore of last year registering
an increase of 72 per cent in quantity and 146 per cent in value.
In the case of value added products 17,000 tonnes of curry powder/paste valued `252.08 crore is
exported during the current year as against 15,250 tonnes valued `210.50 crore of last year which
shows an increase of 11 per cent in quantity and 20 per cent in value. As in the case of previous years,
mint and mint products are the largest earner in the spices basket. During 2011-12, 14,750 tonnes of
mint products valued at `2223.72 crore is exported as against 17,450 tonnes valued `1696.79 crore
in the previous year registering an increase of 31 per cent in value. In the case of spice oils and
oleoresins, 7,265 tonnes valued `1304.38 crore has been exported during 2011-12 registering an
increase of 43 per cent in value over previous year.
The major item wise export of spices from India during 2011-12 compared to 2010-11 and the
achievement over target are given in table - VIII & IX.
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Table - VIII
Export of spices from India during 2011-12 compared with 2010-11
(Qty. in Tonnes, Value in ` Lakhs)
Item
2011-12
Qty
Value
Pepper
Cardamom(small)
Cardamom(large)
Chilli
Ginger
Turmeric
Coriander
Cumin
Celery
Fennel
Fenugreek
Other seeds (1)
Garlic
Nutmeg & mace
Other spices (2)
Curry Powders/paste
Mint Products (3)
Spice oils & oleoresins
Total
Value in Million US$
26,700
87,813.45
4,650
36,322.28
935
6,830.00
2,41,000 2,14,408.00
21,550
20,420.02
79,500
73,434.40
28,100
16,401.85
45,500
64,442.05
3,650
2,340.05
8,100
7,209.20
21,800
7,275.20
13,050
5,881.25
2,200
1,415.70
3,620
24,097.51
35,900
32,033.00
17,000
25,208.25
14,750 2,22,372.00
7,265 1,30,438.28
5,75,270 9,78,342.48
2,037.76
2010-11
Qty
Value
18,850
38,318.50
1,175
13,216.25
775
4,462.90
2,40,000 1,53,554.00
15,750
12,131.25
49,250
70,285.18
40,500
16,663.23
32,500
39,597.75
3,750
2,585.89
7,250
6,588.25
18,500
6,548.10
12,500
5,558.05
17,300
6,977.30
2,100
9,776.82
25,250
16,015.30
15,250
21,050.50
17,450 1,69,679.00
7,600
91,062.45
5,25,750 6,84,070.72
1,502.85
% Change in
2011-12
Qty
Value
42%
296%
21%
0%
37%
61%
-31%
40%
-3%
12%
18%
4%
-87%
72%
42%
11%
-15%
-4%
9%
129%
175%
53%
40%
68%
4%
-2%
63%
-10%
9%
11%
6%
-80%
146%
100%
20%
31%
43%
43%
36%
(1) Include mustard, aniseed, ajwanseed, dill seed, poppy seed etc.
(2) Include tamarind, asafoetida, cassia, saffron etc.
(3) Include mint oils, menthol & menthol crystal.
Source: Estimate based on DLE from Customs, DGCI & S, Kolkata, Exporters Returns, Report from
RO's
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Table – IX
Export of spices from India during 2011-12 compared with target
(Qty. in Tonnes, Value in ` Lakhs)
Item
Target for
2011-12
Qty
Value
Pepper
20,000
45,000.00
26,700
87,813.45
134%
195%
Cardamom(small)
1,500
12,000.00
4,650
36,322.28
310%
303%
Cardamom(large)
1,000
5,000.00
935
6,830.00
94%
137%
2,25,000
1,43,500.00
2,41,000
2,14,408.00
107%
149%
Ginger
10,000
9,000.00
21,550
20,420.02
216%
227%
Turmeric
50,000
50,000.00
79,500
73,434.40
159%
147%
Coriander
35,000
14,500.00
28,100
16,401.85
80%
113%
Cumin
35,000
40,000.00
45,500
64,442.05
130%
161%
Celery
4,000
3,000.00
3,650
2,340.05
91%
78%
Fennel
6,000
6,000.00
8,100
7,209.20
135%
120%
Fenugreek
17,500
6,000.00
21,800
7,275.20
125%
121%
Other seeds (1)
12,500
6,000.00
13,050
5,881.25
104%
98%
Garlic
15,000
5,500.00
2,200
1,415.70
15%
26%
Nutmeg & mace
2,000
10,000.00
3,620
24,097.51
181%
241%
Other spices (2)
25,000
16,000.00
35,900
32,033.00
144%
200%
Curry Powders/paste
15,000
21,000.00
17,000
25,208.25
113%
120%
Mint Products (3)
17,750
1,65,000.00
14,750
2,22,372.00
83%
135%
7,750
92,500.00
7,265
1,30,438.28
94%
141%
5,00,000
6,50,000.00
5,75,270
9,78,342.48
115%
151%
Chilli
Spice oils & oleoresins
Total
Value in Million US$
Export during
2011-12
Qty
Value
1,450.00
2,037.76
% Achievement
of target
Qty Value
141%
((1) Include mustard, aniseed, ajwan seed, dill seed, poppy seed etc.
(2) Include tamarind, asafoetida, cassia, saffron etc.
(3) Include mint oils, menthol & menthol crystal.
Source: Estimate based on DLE from Customs, DGCI & S, Kolkata, Exporters Returns, Report from
RO's
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The Board made its presence in the following International Fairs.
Sl.
No.
Name of the Fair
Place/country
Period
1
SIAL China 2011
Shanghai, China
18-20 May 2011
2
World Food Azerbaijan
Baku, Azerbaijan
26-27 May 2011
3
Alimentaria Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
31st May to 2nd June 2011
4
4th SACT Fair
Kunming, China
6-10 June 2011
5
Ethiopia Food & Beverage
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
9-12 June 2011
6
IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo
New Orleans, Chicago, USA
12-14 June 2011
7
Food Taipei
Taipei, Taiwan
22-25 June 2011
8
Malaysia International Food & Beverages
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
14-16 July 2011
9
Africa's Big Seven
Johannesburg, South Africa
17-19 July 2011
10
Fine Food Australia
Sydney, Australia
5-8 September 2011
11
Health Ingredients South America
Sao Paulo, Brazil
9-10 August 2011
12
Anuga World Food Market
Cologne, Germany
8-12 October 2011
13
Interfood & Drink Bulgaria
Sofia, Bulgaria
9-12 November 2011
14
Food Ingredients Europe
Paris, France
29th November to
1st December 2011
15
India Trade show
Mexico
28th February to
2nd March 2012
16
India show
Jakarta, Indonesia
6-8 March 2012
17
Food Festival along with Foodex Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan
6-9 March 2012
18
Brand India Expo 2011
Ottawa, Canada
13-14 March 2012
19
Alimentaria
Barcelona, Spain
26-29 March 2012
20
11th SAARC Trade Fair & Tourism Mart
Dhaka, Bangladesh
30th March to
1st April 2012
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The Board made its presence in the following Indian exhibitions.
Sl.
No.
Name of the Exhibition
Place/State
Period
1
Rythu Pragathi Fair 2011
Karim Nagar, A.P
10-12 June 2011
2
Agri Intex 2011
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
28-31 July 2011
3
Aahar International Food Fair
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
25-27 August 2011
4
Haritholsavam
Ernakulam, Kerala
3-7 September 2011
5
Agritech Asia
Mumbai, Maharashtra
6-8 September 2011
6
15th National Exhibition
Kolkata, West Bengal
7-11 September 2011
7
Agritech India
Bangalore, Karntaka
9-11 September 2011
8
Krishimela
Dharward, Karnataka
9-12 September 2011
9
Food Ingredients India 2011
Mumbai, Maharashtra
3-4 October 2011
10
Agri Expo 2011
Madurai, Tamil Nadu
13-16 October 2011
11
Foodpro 2011
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
21-23 October 2011
12
UPASI
Coonoor, Tamil Nadu
22-23 October 2011
13
ISOCON 2011
Kochi, Kerala
11-13 November 2011
14
IITF 2011
New Delhi
14-27 November 2011
15
Annapoorna World of Food India
Mumbai, Maharashtra
16-18 November 2011
16
INDPACK
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
24-26 November 2011
17
India International Food &
Agricultural Expo 2011
Kochi, Kerala
26-28 November 2011
18
Karshika Mela
Thodupuzha, Kerala
26th Dec 2011 to
4th Jan 2012
19
Krishi Mela
Relli, Kalimpong, West Bengal
11-13 January 2012
20
Hort Expo 2012
Hyderabad, AP
26-30 January 2012
21
Aahar 2012
(A food festival focusing on cardamom was
also conducted in association with the Delhi
Catering School during the fair time.
Cardamom based delicacies were prepared
and served to the visitors)
New Delhi
12-16 March 2012
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Field publicity campaigns
In order to educate the farmers on aflatoxin in nutmeg and mace, which has become a critical issue for
exports, the Board initiated a massive field publicity campaigns covering growing areas of Adimali in
Idukki district, Ponkunnam, Kaduthuruthy and Erattupettah in Kottayam district, Edakunnu and Kanjoor
in Ernakulam district, Pariyaram in Trichur district, Koorachundu and Thiruvampady in Calicut district
in Kerala and Pollachi in Tamil Nadu. The campaign was addressed by leading exporters of nutmeg
and scientists from the Indian Institute of Spices Research and Kerala Agriculture University. Committees
of nutmeg farmers were constituted at various places for coordination on quality improvement. Soon
after the campaign meetings, farmer-grower interface was conducted to chalk out action plans for the
improvement of the quality of nutmeg and mace.
The nutmeg farmers from various tracts were taken on a study tour to visit the various nutmeg
processing techniques in vogue in progressive farmer fields.
Cardamom promotion programmes
Radio Jingles on cardamom were broadcast for promoting consumption of cardamom in north Indian
markets. Jingles were broadcast through the All India Radio stations in Delhi, Uthra Pradesh, Madhya
Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Punjab, Gujarath and Bihar. The Board had also put up display boards
for three months on various uses of cardamom in Rotem trains of Delhi Metro in three sectors of
West Delhi, Central Delhi and Noida.
Press releases & promotional articles
Press conferences and press releases were organized on various subjects during the period. Monthly
releases on spice export performance, information on campaigns conducted in various growing areas,
alerts on diseases and pest attacks in cardamom crop, on cardamom auctions etc were carried out
during the period.
Advertisements
Advertisements on various vacancies, career opportunities, walk in interviews, tender notifications,
sourcing of materials for the various sections of the Board were undertaken during the period.
Periodicals
Publications of the various monthly and weekly journals were carried out during the period.
(a) The farmer-trade oriented publication, Spice India (monthly) was published in five different languages,
English, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil and the issues were released in time. This journal as a
quarterly in Telugu and Nepali languages were also released on schedule. The monthly issues dealt
with the following themes:-
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April
- Flavour of Spices Delights Global Auditors
May
- Nutmeg
June
- Spices Park, in Guna in MP and on record in exports of spices
July
- Starring Nutmeg, Mace – Campaign to enhance quality
August
- New thrust on farming
September - Cinnamon cultivation
October
- Cultivation aspects of turmeric
November - Real use of Hindi @ farm level
December - Farmer-Scientist fellowship
January 2012- Bees best for Cardamom
February
- Farmer interest tops in congress
March
- Sikkim ‘The Organic State of India’
(b) Foreign Trade Enquiries Bulletin (fortnightly): The publication released as a fortnightly, carried
trade enquires received by the Board directly from Indian missions abroad, overseas missions in India,
overseas trade fairs and through the website of the Board were all published for the benefit of the
export trade.
(c) Spices Market (weekly): Spices Market was published every week with details of both national
and international prices.
Books/booklets & brochures
A new book on bio inputs for spices was released. A new book incorporating the scientific growing
and processing practices in nutmeg in a story format was released for use during the nutmeg campaign
in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Promotional brochures in German, French, Bulgarian, Japanese and Spanish languages were translated
for the purpose of use at various shows in different countries during the year.
Project on ethnic Indian cuisines
A new project on ethnic Indian cuisines was initiated during the period involving academic institutions
where Home Science is taught at the PG level. The project involves qualitative and quantitative
analysis of region specific traditional Indian cuisines. It is aimed to identify the region specific ethnic
cuisines of India and the specialties, the popular recipes and their spice blends. The project looks for the
adaptation and modifications made in the traditional recipes for quantity cookery in restaurants and
public eating places. Six institutions as follows were chosen for the project for a period of one year:-
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(1)
Home Science College, Tamil Nadu Agriculture University ,Madurai, Tamil Nadu
(2)
PSG College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
(3)
SVU College of Sciences, Sree Venkiteswara University, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh
(4)
RSMD Arts and Commerce College, Nagpur, Maharashtra
(5)
St. Theresa’s College, Ernakulam, Kerala
(6)
Ginni Devi Modi Girls PG College, Modinagar, Meerut, UP
Meetings/seminars
(1) World Spice Congress
The 11th World Spice Congress was held from 9 to 11 February 2012 at Pune with record participation
of over 200 International delegates from 40 countries and over 300 Indian delegates. The theme of
the Congress was: “Sustainability & Food Safety – Global Initiatives”. The exhibition of spices had 26
participants displaying a wide range of spices and spices products. The Congress paved the way for a
series of interactions with international quality regulators from countries like the US, the European
Union, Canada and Japan. It culminated in taking multifarious decisions which were also subscribed
by delegates from other spice producing countries. It was attended by representatives of spices
farmers from different parts of the country, besides traders, exporters and officials of Agriculture
departments of States and Spices Board. The Board had started taking up quality building exercise
jointly with USFDA enabling every segment of the spice industry to face the challenges of international
trade and commerce in spices.
(2) Workshop on “Food Safety”
A Workshop on “Practical understanding of Food Safety concept, food safety and standard Act 2006
& FSSA Rules & Regulations 2011” was organized on 29th February, 2012 at Bolgatty Palace hotel,
Cochin. The Workshop highlighted the concept of food safety, an issue of concern in the present
context with special reference to spices and the need to adhere to the rules and regulations. An
expert in the field, Mr. Udai K Saxena, Joint Secretary of AFST I [Association of Food Scientists and
Technologists, India], Delhi and Member, FSSAI Committee of experts on categorization of food
products and HS codes led the training. Similar workshops were organized in Chennai, Mumbai and
Kolkatta for the benefit of the exporters in these regions.
Deliberations on food safety and standards in the workshop helped to bring awareness on the subject
and was beneficial to the participants mainly farmers, traders and exporters.
(3) Workshop on sustainability in spices in Cochin
A one day workshop was organized jointly by WTO cell of the Department of Agriculture of
Government of Kerala, Spices Board and WSO [World Spice Organisation] on 20th January 2012 at
Bolgatty Palace hotel, Cochin focusing on the theme sustainability in spices.
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The global demand for spices has increased and the need to consolidate and maintain India’s position
as world leader in this sector is gaining importance. The workshop chalked out strategies to ensure
steady high yield and better quality among five major spices with high export potential – black pepper,
cardamom, ginger, turmeric and nutmeg. It focused on boosting spices production by securing high
quality planting and seed material, overcoming soil related constrains, dealing with devastating diseases
and assuring stable price for the produce.
It also highlighted the importance of food safety and traceability apart from the parameters like quantity,
quality and price to make the sector internationally competent. Farmers, scientists and experts from
Kerala Agriculture University, Indian Institute of Spices Research, World Spice Organisation and Spices
Board led the technical sessions on Field problems and Research.
(4) Sugandha sangamam
Sugandha sangamam – an initiative to bring sustainability in development of chilli was organized on
23rd January 2012 at the Lam Institute in Guntur. Over 350 chilli farmers from 35 mandals in Guntur
and Prakasom districts of Andhra Pradesh converged at the Sangamam which was conducted to
strengthen the supply chain from the farm levels to exports. Experts addressed the farmers on various
aspects of sustainability. Scientists from the Dr YSR Horticulture University, ANG Agriculture University
and officials of the State Horticulture Department besides exporters participated in the deliberations.
(5) Radio Talks and Krishi Darshan programmes in Doordarshan
Radio talks on various aspects of spices were conducted during the period over All India Radio.
Numerous programmes were also organized in the Krishi Darshan segment of the Doordarshan.
Spices like cardamom, nutmeg and pepper were featured.
P.R. Training
The Board has started a programme to impart training on public relations to young post graduates.
Three PR Trainees were selected and they are being given training on various aspects of public relations
by giving exposure to them through their involvement in the Board’s activities.
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8. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
The Quality Evaluation Laboratory of the Board was established in 1989. It is certified under ISO
9001 quality management system in 1997 and to ISO 14001environmental management system in
1999 by the British Standards Institution, U.K. The Laboratory also got accredited under ISO/IEC:
17025 since September 2004 by the National Accreditation Board for Testing & Calibration Laboratories
(NABL), Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India.
The Laboratory continued to provide analytical services to the Indian Spice Industry and monitors the
quality of Spices produced and processed in the country. It also undertakes analysis of consignment
samples under the mandatory inspection of Spices Board. It has facilities to analyze various physical,
chemical and microbial parameters including pesticide residues, aflatoxin, heavy metals and
contaminants/adulterant artificial dyes in spices and spice products. The Laboratory follows
internationally accepted test methods for various analyses and validates new test methods as and
when necessary. The laboratory is equipped with the latest sophisticated instruments to undertake
the analysis as per the requirements of importing countries. All the activities under the ISO 9001:2008
systems established in the laboratory are fully computerized and are being constantly upgraded and
decisions are taken for the online result delivery.
To ensure the analytical credibility of the laboratory, it regularly participates in check samples/validation
programmes organized by National/ International agencies like Food Analysis Proficiency Assessment
Scheme (FAPAS) and Food Examination Proficiency Assessment Scheme (FEPAS) conducted by Food
and Environment Res. Agency (FERA), U.K, American Spice Trade Association (ASTA), USA,
International Pepper Community (IPC), Jakarta and the proficiency testing programme conducted by
the NABL accredited Laboratories in India, etc. The Laboratory also conducts regular inter laboratory
check sample programmes for the major parameters (like Aflatoxin, Sudan dye I-IV and pesticide
residues) with the laboratories in major importing countries and major spice/spice products analyzing
Laboratories in India. It also conducts inter laboratory check sample programme with all the regional
accredited laboratories (previously) for various parameters. All the technical staffs in the laboratory
are periodically trained in reputed International/ National laboratories like Central Science laboratory,
UK, Japan Food Research Laboratory, Japan, Certified Analytical laboratories Inc; USA, CFTRI, Mysore
etc. to update their analytical skill on par with the international standards/ needs.
Analytical Services
The laboratory continued the analysis of chilli and chilli products for the presence of Sudan dye-I-IV
and Aflatoxin under the mandatory sampling of consignments of chilli, Chillies products, turmeric
powder and other food products containing chilli. The mandatory inspection is also extended to
Nutmeg and Mace to ensure that consignment is free from Aflatoxin above the permissible levels of
the importing countries. The laboratory is also providing analytical services for the analysis of other
illegal dyes like Para Red, Rhodamine B and Butter Yellow, Sudan Red 7B, Sudan Orange G Sunset
Yellow etc. The Laboratory has extended its analytical service for Ochratoxin A also during the
period.
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During the period, the laboratory analysed 71,457 Samples for various parameters including pesticide
residues, Aflatoxin, illegal dyes in chilli and chilli products etc., and an amount of `8,16,69,372/- was
generated as analytical revenue. When compared to last year, there is an increase of 6,992 in terms of
number of samples (11 per cent) and `88,38,252/- in terms of analytical revenue (34 per cent).
As a part of providing speedy analytical services to exporters, Spices Board is establishing Regional
Quality Evaluation laboratories at the major producing /exporting centers like Chennai, Guntur, Mumbai,
Kolkata, New Delhi, Tuticorin and Kandla. The laboratory at Mumbai and Guntur is now functioning
in full-fledged manner and the laboratory at Chennai was also inaugurated during 2011. The inauguration
of Tuticorin and Delhi lab is scheduled for July-August 2012.
Human resources development programme
As part of improving the technical capabilities of the laboratory personnel, the following training
programmes/workshops were attended by the laboratory staff during the period.
(1)
One staff from Quality Evaluation Lab (QEL) has attended the training programme on ‘Laboratory
Quality Management Systems and Internal Auditor’ (ISO/IEC/17025) during 25-28 April 2011
held at Pune.
(2)
One staff from the laboratory has attended the training programme on ‘Environmental
Management System and Internal Auditor’ organized by Bureau Veritas Certification (India)
Private Ltd, Kochi during 25-26 July 2011.
(3)
Three Staff from Regional QEL attended a training programme on “Spectroscopy and Food
Analysis” conducted by CFTRI, Mysore 25-29 July 2011.
(4)
Three staff from the laboratory attended a training programme on “Laboratory Quality
Management System and Internal Audit’ as per ISO/IEC 17025:2005 at CII Institute of Quality,
Chennai during 9-12 August 2011.
(5)
Two staff from the laboratory has attended the training programme on ‘Laboratory Quality
Management Systems and Internal Auditor’ (ISO/IEC/17025) during 5-8 September 2011 at
CETE, Bangalore.
(6)
Five staff from the laboratory attended ‘Modern Methods of Pesticide Residue Analysis’ training
programme conducted by CFTRI Mysore, during 26-30 September 2011.
(7)
Three staff from the laboratory attended the training programme on ‘Science and Technology of
Natural and Synthetic Food Colors’ held at CFTRI, Mysore, during 10-14 October 2011.
(8)
One Staff from the laboratory attended the training programme on Food Microbiological analysis
during 24-29 October 2011 held at CIFT, Cochin.
(9)
One staff attended “The National Seminar on Seed Spices” at Jalore and Jhalawar, Rajasthan
during 01-06 November 2011.
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(10) Four staff from the laboratory attended the training programme on internal audit on ISO 17025
to be conducted by STQC, CETE, Bangalore during 14-17 November 2011.
(11) Two staff from the laboratory attended the training programme on ‘HPLC & GC Operational
Preventive and Corrective Measures’ held at CFTRI, Mysore, during 26-30 December 2011.
(12) One staff from the laboratory attended training programme on “Laboratory Quality Management
System and Internal Audit’ as per ISO/IEC 17025:2005 at CETE, Bangalore during 2–5 January
2012.
(13) One staff from the laboratory attended the training programme on ‘Measurement Uncertainty’
as per ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (NABL) during 9-10 January 2012 conducted by Trans Quality
System Consultancy Private Ltd, Bangalore.
(14) Two staff from the laboratory attended the training on ‘Approaches to safety and Quality in
Food process’ conducted by CFTRI during 13-17 February 2012.
(15) Five staff attended the training programme on Mycotoxin Analysis during 19-23 March 2012 at
National Referral Laboratory, Pune conducted by EU officials.
Training programme on analysis of spices and spice products
Under “Earn while you learn” programme during 2011-12, 34 students were selected from various
nearby colleges at Kochi through campus interview and the laboratory trained them on the analysis of
Spices and spice products for various parameters to function as the contract analysts at QEL Kochi. 42
Students were also selected from various nearby colleges for the Labs at Mumbai, Guntur and Chennai
and engaged as contract analysts after providing the necessary training. The trained and experienced
candidates after their service in the laboratory for a period of one year are made available to the Spice
Industry/Spice testing Laboratories to work as technical staff in their laboratory.
Training programme for the technical personnel from spice industry
During 2011-12, the laboratory conducted four training programmes on the analysis of “Spices and
spice products” for physical, chemical, residual and microbiological parameters. 18 technical personnel
from various spice industries/other Institutions attended the programme and collected revenue of
`1,48,914/- as the training fee.
Participation in national/international events
The laboratory actively participates in National/International meetings related to the Quality issues,
formulation of specification etc. for Spice/ Spices products. During the year 2011-12, Officers from
the laboratory also attended the following events.
(1)
Sr. Scientist (QC) attended a meeting on 14th June 2011 to discuss the various issues with regard
to amendment of rules and regulations and subsequent notifications for issue of Spices Board
Logo/ Spice House Certificate to processing units.
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(2)
Sr. Scientist (QC) attended the meeting in connection with the visit of subordinate Legislation,
Rajya Sabha held at (Zuri Hotel) Kumarakom on 23.06.2011.
(3)
Scientist B Attended 48th Board Management meeting of GS1 India, at Bhikaji Cama Place, New
Delhi on 16.07.2011.
(4)
Sr. Scientist (QC) attended the Technical Committee meeting for Spice Industry held at Head
Office on 5th August 2011.
(5)
Sr. Scientist (QC) attended one day Workshop on Change Management “AWESOME CHANGE”
organized by Kerala Management Association at Management House, Panampilly Nagar on 30th
September 2011.
(6)
Scientist B attended the opening and closing meeting of FVO audit team, at Hotel The Royal
Plaza, New Delhi on 30.11.11 & 08.12.11.
(7)
Scientist B attended the meeting of the Board of management of GS1 India, at Bhikaji Cama
Place, New Delhi on 20.12.11.
(8)
Scientist B attended the meeting of the Committee on Agmark Standards for Spices and
Condiments held at Faridabad on 05.01.12.
(9)
Three Laboratory staff attended the one day work shop on “sustainable Growth in Spies Sector
“supported by the Spices Board and World Spice Organization (WSO) on 20th January 2012 at
Bolghatty Palace Hotel, Ernakulam.
(10) Scientist B attended the meeting of the Committee on Agmark Standards for Spices and
Condiments at Faridabad on 31.01.12.
(11) Scientist B attended the meeting of the Committee on Agmark Standards for Spices and
Condiments at Faridabad on 03.02.12.
(12) Senior Scientist (QC) attended the World Spice Congress 2012 during 9-12 February 2012 held
at Pune.
(13) Senior Scientist (QC) visited Puttady Park for the Inspection and assesses the availability of
suitable sites for setting up a Laboratory for the analysis of AGMARK parameters of Cardamom
at Puttady park during 16-17 February 2012.
(14) Senior Scientist (QC) & three Lab staff attended one day training programme organized by
Spices Board on “Food safety and FSSAI” by Mr. Udai Kumar Saxena held at Bolghatty palace
hotel on 29th February 2012.
(15) Senior Scientist (QC) made a presentation on ‘Pesticide Residue in Cardamom and its analysis;
on 16.03.2012 in connection with the organization of workshops by Development Department/
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WSO at Bolghatty Palace Hotel, Cochin. Another presentation on ‘Pesticide Residue in Cumin
and its analysis’ was also done on 20.03.2012 at Spices Research Station SDAU, Jagudan, Gujarat.
(16) Scientist B attended weekly meetings in DGFT, Udyog Bhavan on Advanced Licensing
Committee meeting (ALC) for fixing import export norms for imported spices.
(17) Scientist B attended the meeting on Rapid alerts (EU) at Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi29.02.12
(18) Scientist B attended “India Show” held at Jakarta, Indonesia during 05.03.12- 08.03.12.
(19) Scientist B attended meeting of the shadow committee of Codex Committee on Pesticide
Residues (CCPR) at Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi on19.03.12.
(20) Scientist B attended “Food regulatory & Safety Summit held at The Park, New Delhi during
21.03.12 to 22.03.12.
(21) Scientist B attended FSSAI meeting at FDA Bhawan, New delhi on 30.03.12.
ISO Systems related activities
The NABL Auditors conducted the re-certification audit on ISO/IEC 17025 (NABL) at QEL Cochin
on 27th & 28th August 2011 and recertified with no major non-conformance and recommended the
laboratory for the continuation under ISO/IEC 17025:2005.The regional Quality Evaluation Laboratory
at Mumbai also received ISO/IEC 17025 (NABL) accreditation during February 2012.
All the documents along with the duly filled Application were submitted to NABL secretariat for the
Accreditation of Guntur Laboratory.
The BSI Auditors conducted the surveillance audit on ISO 9001 & 14001 system implemented at the
Cochin laboratory on 29th & 30th August 2011 and recommended the laboratory for the continuation
under ISO 9001:2008, 14001:2004 Systems with zero non-conformances.
An “interested parties meeting” under ISO 14001 systems was conducted on 27th July 2011 and
Management Review meeting was conducted on 15.03.2012 at QEL, Cochin towards the improvement
of the respective system implemented in the laboratory.
“Chairman’s Review Meeting” was conducted on 20.07.2011 to discuss various issues related to the
Laboratory activities.
ASTA check sample programme
The laboratory is participating regularly in the ASTA check sample programme conducted by American
Spice Trade Association. During the year Mumbai as well as Guntur Laboratories were also participated
in 4 sets of check sample programme for the parameters, Colour value, Capsaicin and Water activity
in ground Capsaicin and Piperine, Moisture, Volatile Oil and water activity in ground Black Pepper.
For all the sets of samples, the results generated by the laboratory were found well within the limit of
acceptable levels.
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IPC check sample programme
The laboratory has also participated in the IPC inter laboratory proficiency testing programme on
physical, chemical and microbiological parameters during the current year. Under IPC Check Sample
Programme, samples sent for analysis in 14th round during July 2011 to four national Laboratories and
four international laboratories.
During the year Aflatoxin analysis is also included under the check sample programme and samples
were prepared by the Quality Evaluation Laboratory, Kochi and sent to all the participating laboratories
in the member countries. The samples were also prepared and distributed to all the Indian participant
laboratories. The result generated by the QEL was found to be well within the acceptable limits.
Spices Board check samples/proficiency testing programme
Under Inter Laboratory Check Sample Programme, QEL conducted three programmes for various
physical, chemical, residual and microbiological parameters and the results received were evaluated
and found that all are well with in the limit i.e Z-score ±2.
Under the proficiency-testing programme conducted by various agencies like FAPAS, FEPAS, IPC,
ASTA etc the laboratory participated in 57 numbers of proficiency testing programme for 2011-12
including the QC check/ confirmation with the Eurofins Laboratory, Germany.
Harmonization of Indian Standards with ISO Standards
Participated in the Harmonization of Indian standards with ISO/FSSAI in collaboration with Bureau of
Indian standards (BIS), FSSAI and ISO Secretariat. Comments/Suggestions were provided to BIS, FSSAI,
ISO, IPC and CODEX on various documents related to the specifications/quality issues as and when
called for by the National/ International organizations/agencies.
Other activities
(1)
Provided technical support to the Marketing department to conduct inspection before for the
disbursement of subsidy under the setting up of laboratory and technology upgradation schemes.
(2)
Provided facility for post graduate students to conduct the dissertation work as part of their
course requirement.
(3)
Arranged the study for the setting up of a green house unit for spices/herbs at the head office at
Kochi.
(4)
Arranged for the inauguration of the customer service of the Regional Laboratory at Chennai on
20.04.2011.
(5)
Arranged for the laboratory visit for eighteen B.Sc (Agri) students on 07-06-2011.
(6)
Arranged for the service of microbiological analysis at Mumbai, Guntur & Chennai from
25th February 2012.
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9. EXPORT ORIENTED RESEARCH
Cardamom (small)
Conserved 800 cardamom accessions and 12 allied species with National Center for Cardamom
Genetic Resources. Three cardamom accessions having high yield potential (>1 kg / plant) and superior
quality capsules were collected and added to gene bank. A total of 35 cardamom accessions were
rejuvenated and obtained IC number for 29 small cardamom accessions from NBPGR, New Delhi.
Hybridization programme was undertaken between ICRI-5 and landraces such as Njallanil Green
Gold and Thiruthali. Performance evaluation of hybrid varieties developed from released varieties and
cardamom landraces identified for various zones (A, B & C) of the cardamom tract was continued.
Established plots with elite cardamom clones such as SKP- 164, SKP -170 and katte tolerant lines at
Hongadahalla and Athihalli areas (Karnataka) for demonstration.
Among the various cardamom accessions screened against rot diseases of cardamom, the incidence
of capsule rot and clump rot were found to be lowest in the accessions MHC 18 and MCC 73
respectively. Among the various fungicides evaluated against leaf blotch disease, one per cent Bordeaux
mixture recorded the least disease incidence compared to all other fungicides. With microbial
consortium and raw coir pith mulch, the population of microbes (total bacteria, total fungi, and total
actinomycetes, Beauveria, Paecilomyces, Azospirillum, Pseudomonas and Trichoderma) in the rhizosphere
increased up to seven months after application and declined thereafter. In vitro compatibility studies
on five native isolates of Trichoderma with different fungicides revealed that all the five isolates were
compatible with only two fungicides viz., Dimethomorph and Potassium Phosphonate.
Analysis of soil samples of Idukki District revealed that the soil was highly acidic (pH<5.0) and showed
deficiencies for secondary and micro nutrients such as magnesium, zinc and boron in eight blocks.
Analysis of soil samples given by cardamom farmers also showed similar results in seventy five percent
samples. Application of water soluble fertilizers (MAP, Urea, MOP at the rate of 150: 150: 300 Kg
NPK/ ha) through irrigation (fertigation) has significantly improved yield in cardamom. Prototypes of
cardamom harvesting device with the mechanism of exerting vacuum pressure was developed in
collaboration with Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering (CIAE) Bhopal.
Evaluation of new chemical molecule viz., flubendiamide 480 SC at various doses indicated that 10 ml/
100 liters of water (0.048per cent) significantly reduce capsule/shoot borer damage; however its
effect on cardamom thrips is not very encouraging. Evaluation of three new insecticide molecules
(Tolfenpyrad, Chlorantraniliprole and Thiodicarb) in various concentrations indicated that none of the
molecules were promising in reducing pest incidence (thrips and borer) / damage on cardamom.
Estimation of biochemical constituents (Total proteins, carbohydrates, phenol and nitrogen) from
Red-spider mite infested and non -infested cardamom leaves indicated a higher level of protein (3.685
mg/gm), carbohydrate (2.908 mg/gm) and nitrogen (1.023 per cent) and lower level of phenol (17.567
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mg/gm) in infested leaves. Study on the effect of EPN (Heterorhabditis indica strain ICRI EPN -18) on
PPN (Meloidogyne incognita) indicated the potential role of EPN in reducing the infestation of PPN
(Meloidygyne incognita) on cardamom.
ICRI conducted 18 training programmes on spices cultivation and plant protection, five Sugandhadarshan
programme (an awareness programme to school children) and three awareness programme on “
Honey bees for pollination in cardamom” and one awareness programme on “Protection of Plant
Varieties and Farmers Right Act (PPV & FR Act)” for the farmers/beneficiaries. Mass multiplied and
distributed 3188 kg of Trichoderma solid culture, 1,247 liters of Trichoderma liquid culture, 1,641.5
liters of Pseudomonas liquid culture, 4,588 kg of Pseudomonas solid culture, 367 kg of Beauveria bassiana
solid culture,30 kg of Lecanicillium lecanii solid culture and 202 kg of AM Fungal cultures to the needy
farmers. A total of 42,620 EPN infected Gallaria cadavers were produced and supplied to the farmers
for covering an area of 24 acres for the management of root grubs in cardamom.
The Library and Information center attached to ICRI has been strengthened by adding 110 books;
with this the total collection of books increased to 6,276. Subscription renewal has been done for
Horticultural Science Database during 2011-2012 for `2,96,334/-. The library has been upgraded by
installing Digital Library (Dspace) software. Research articles, reports and videos have been uploaded
in the Institutional repositories.
Cardamom (large)
Yield of SCC 106 (Ramla) was consistently high (608 grams/clump) for the consecutive five years in
PET trial at Pangthang farm. Among the hybrids, SHC 8 performed better (226 grams/clump).
Rainfall in January recorded positive correlation with yield in terms of number of bearing tillers/clump
and number of spikes/clump. Trenches across slopes filled with mulches recorded higher soil moisture
(upto 12per cent) as compared to control.
Pathogens such as Cladosporium sp., Metarhizium sp., Penicillium sp., and Verticillium sp., were identified
from cadaver of leaf caterpillar of Artona chorista. Among the pathogens, Cladosporium sp. was found
pathogenic on leaf caterpillar in laboratory condition. Beauveria sp. was found to be effective in reducing
white grub (Holotrichia spp.) in field condition.
Traders of cardamom (large) have accepted the level of tail cutting and polishing of capsules using
cardamom polishing machine.
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10. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ELECTRONIC
DATA PROCESSING
The activities of the Board have changed significantly with the leverage of information technology.
Many manual operations are replaced with online systems which effectively reduce the workload of
various departments of Board and reduce the turnaround time for their operations. EDP department
facilitates the use of information technology in various departments of Board by working along with
them. In effect, this makes the whole system faster and more productive and enables Board to
perform more efficiently.
Main activities of EDP department
Advise, guide and assist various departments and offices of the Board for the effective use of
Information Technology.
Help desk management for existing applications, messaging solutions, Internet and Web site
maintenance
Administration of organization wide IT resources namely hardware, software, databases,
networking and peripheral equipments.
Formulate strategies for technology acquisition, integration, and implementation.
Upgradation of IT infrastructure.
Defining and implementing systems and procedures for the smooth functioning of IT equipments
and Software.
Data Processing
Identify the need for new systems (or modifications to existing systems) and respond to requests
from users.
Design, development, documentation, testing, implementation and maintenance of Information
Systems and application software.
Maintenance and updation of Board’s web sites indianspices.com, spicesboard.in,
Indianspices.org.in, worldspicecongress.com, spicesboard.org
Formulate and conduct Computer training programmes.
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Software systems have been implemented for computerizing the following areas:
Trade Information Service.
Registration and licensing
Electronic Auction of small cardamom.
Monitoring receipt, analysis and delivery of spice samples received for quality evaluation.
Pre-shipment sampling
Analysis of analytical data of the Quality Evaluation Lab to assess the incidence of physical, chemical
and microbial contaminants.
Financial Accounting and Pay roll.
Application for GPF advance/withdrawal and obtain status of this application and up-to-date GPF
balance.
Interest Bearing Loans.
Personnel Information, leave accounting and income tax assessment.
Library Cataloguing, circulation and control of external documents.
Market Survey Analysis.
Area and Production Surveys.
Implementing and monitoring of schemes and programmes
Maintenance of subscriber addresses, monitoring
periodical publications.
Receipt and issue of consumables and maintenance of assets.
Maintenance and accounting of provident fund and pension scheme for casual laborers.
Reports of Board’s Employees, Offices and Pensioners
Submission of APAR(self-appraisal /reporting) and tracking
Submission of property returns and tracking
Payment status.
Beneficiary details
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Expenditure status
Recruitment process
Financial Accounting System
Enhancements are made in the Financial Accounting software as per the requirements of Accounts
department.
Field office Automation system (FOA)
The aim of FOA system is to speed up scheme processing and subsidy payment through online.
Farmers all over India are the greatest beneficiaries of the system since the processing of application,
approval and sanction of amount have been done online and subsidiary payments are directly credited
to their saving’s bank account by RTGS/NEFT. Enhancements are done in the software as per the
requirements of Development Department.
Export Support System (ESS)
ESS enables the Board’s certified exporters to send their sampling / stuffing intimations online.
ESS keeps trace of sampling intimation, assignment of surveyors, fee collection, sampling, stuffing
etc
ESS facilitates submission of online export return by Exporters
ESS facilitates online dissemination of price information
Help desk support for exporters in ESS technical assistance through email and phone
Enhancements are made in the software as per the requirements of Marketing Department.
Updation of Board’s web site www.indianspices.com
Board’s web site www.indianspices.com is being updated on regular intervals. Large number of trade
enquiries was received through the site. Database of trade enquiries was maintained. Marketing,
Publicity and TIS departments utilized this database for foreign trade bulletin and Importers directory.
Bandwidth and network upgrading
BSNL broadband has been upgraded to faster 2 mbps leased line connection in Spices Board, Puttady
and the LAN backbone cabling has been upgraded with optical fiber.
Implementation of High tech offices to give advises to farmers through teleclinic between selected
offices and Indian Cardamom Research Institute, Myladumpara. Provided higher end computers,
webcams, LCDs to the selected offices.
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Major thrust areas identified
(a) On line Recruitment process which will help the Board publish the posts, process the applications
and speed up the appointment. This will enable the public to submit the applications on line.
(b) Implementation of paperless office (eOffice) – Paperless office solution for spices board which
will bring a revolution in the performance of the office and decision making process, bringing all
round efficiency in functioning of the Board.
(c) Digitalisation of office documents – Digitalisation of the data /documents/files of each department
will bring in a speedy access of the data through searches through software.
(d) Spicenet-Traceability system for Spices – This will bring a traceability facility for the ultimate
consumer indirectly leading to good agriculture practices in the farming community
(e) Live streaming of auction – This will broadcast the electronic auction process through internet
and can be viewed live by the public
(f) Redesigning of FOA /FAS software by integrating the both by taking into consideration the
existing errors and difficulties in the process flow
(g) DRR centre -Disaster Risk Reduction is a systematic approach to identifying, assessing and reducing
the risks of disaster and bring back all applications online even if the primary data centre is totally
damaged.
(h) Online Audit tracking: A web application to enable audit wing to get the required details quickly in
order to audit the field offices.
(i) Redesigning of the main website, to suffice the current requirement of the Board with latest
design, contents and making it fully dynamic to help the total industry.
(j) Installation of CCTV Cameras – System for improving security and enables live monitoring and
recording of important areas.
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ANNEX - I
LIST OF BOARD MEMBERS AS ON 31.3.2012
Sl.
No.
Name and Address
Status
Telephone/Mobile/Fax/E-Mail
1.
Dr. A. Jayathilak IAS,
Chairman,Spices Board,
Palarivattom,Kochi – 682 025,
Kerala.
Chairman
Ph
Mob
Fax
E-Mail
: 0484-2333304
: 9446022644
: 0484-2349135
: [email protected]
2.
Shri P.T. Thomas,
Hon’ble MP [Lok Sabha]
34, South Avenue,
New Delhi – 110 011.
Member
Ph
Mob
: 04868-263216, 04862-229595
: 9447029595/9013180092/
09847077150
Fax : 04862-229595
E-mail : [email protected]
Member
Ph
Mob
Fax
Shri P.T. Thomas,
Hon’ble MP [Lok Sabha],
Puthiyaparambil House,Upputhode,
Rajamudi P.O.,Thodupuzha - 685 604,
Idukki Dist., Kerala.
3.
Shri Anant Kumar Hegde,
Hon’ble MP [Lok Sabha],13,
Firoz Shah Road, New Delhi-110 001.
Shri Anant Kumar Hegde,
Hon’ble MP [Lok Sabha],
No.17, K.H.B. Colony,Sirsi – 581 402,
Karnataka State.
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Hon’ble MP, [Rajya Sabha],C-204,
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New Delhi – 110 001.
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Kalugumalai Road,Sankarankoil – 627 756,
Tirunelveli District,Tamil Nadu.
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Department of Commerce,
Ministry of Commerce and Industry,
Udyog Bhavan,
New Delhi-110 107.
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Shri Sanjiv Chopra,
Joint Secretary and MissionDirector,
[National Horticulture Mission],
Department of Agriculture &Co-operation,
Ministry of Agriculture,Krishi Bhawan,
New Delhi-110 001.
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Sikkim.
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Thodupuzha, Idukki Dist., Kerala.
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Director and Chief Operating Officer,
M/s. AVT Mc Cormick Ingredients
Pvt. Ltd., South Vazhakulam,
Aluva-683 107, Kerala.
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Shri Philip Kuruvilla,
Managing Director,
M/s. Indian Products Ltd.,
Door No.V/705-707, Gujarati Road,
Mattancherry,
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M/s. Arjuna Natural Extracts Ltd.,
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Director, Indian Institute of Packaging [IIP],
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Acting Director,Central Food Technological
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Dr. M. Anandaraj,
Director, Indian Institute of Spices
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Kerala.
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197.05
69.83
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188.32
103.02
130.31
46.32
94.49
50.02
35.19
138.92
122.81
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140.92
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331.91
632.48
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E‰ÚÆ˙±…
∏…“ {…“.]ı“. i……‰®…∫…,
®……x…x…“™… ∫……Δ∫…n˘ (±……‰EÚ∫…¶……),
34, ∫……=l… B¥…x™…⁄
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∏…“ {…“.]ı“. i……‰®…∫…
®……x…x…“™… ∫……Δ∫…n˘ (±……‰EÚ∫…¶……),
{…÷ i…™…{…ÆΔ˙ {…±… Ω˛…=∫…, ={{…÷i……‰b˜,
Æ˙…V…®…÷b˜“ {…“.+…‰., i……‰b˜÷{…÷π…√… - 685 604,
<b÷˜CEÚ“ V…±……, E‰ÚÆ˙±…
∏…“ +x…Δi…E÷Ú®……Æ˙ Ω‰˛M…b‰˜,
®……x…x…“™… ∫……∫…Δn˘ (±……‰EÚ∫…¶……),
13, °ÚÆ˙…W‰ … ∂……ÏΩ˛ Æ˙…b‰ ˜, x…<« n˘±±…“ - 110 001.
∏…“ +x…Δi…E÷Ú®……Æ˙ Ω‰˛Mb‰˜,
®……x…x…“™… ∫……∫…Δn˘ (±……‰EÚ∫…¶……),
x…Δ. 17, E‰Ú.BS….§…“. EÚ…‰±…Ïx…“, ∫…Æ˙∫…“ – 581 402,
EÚx……«]ıEÚ Æ˙…V™…
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∫…“-204, ∫¥…h…« V…™…Δi…“ ∫…n˘x…, b˜….Ï §…“.b˜“. ®……M…«,
x…<« n˘±±…“ – 110 001.
∏…“ B∫…. i…ΔEÚ¥…‰±…⁄
®……x…x…“™… ∫……∫…Δn˘ (Æ˙…V™… ∫…¶……), 126/6,
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EÚ±…÷M…÷®…±…Ë Æ˙…b‰ ˜, ∂…ΔEÚÆ˙x…EÚ…‰ ¥…±… – 627 756,
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EfiÚ π… ®…Δj……±…™…, EfiÚ π… ¶…¥…x…
x…<« n˘±±…“-110 001.
∏…“®…i…“ +®…Æ˙“i… Æ˙…V…
x…n‰˘∂…EÚ ( ¥…k…)
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¥…… h…V™… B¥…Δ =t…‰M… ®…Δj……±…™…
=t…‰M… ¶…¥…x…, x…<« n˘±±…“ -110 107.
∏…“ E‰Ú.∫…“. |…v……x…
n˘ ¥…‰∫……<b˜ M……b«˜x∫…, ∫…C∫l… ®……<±…
i……n˘…MÂ … -737 102, M……Δi……‰EÚ
∫…ŒCEÚ®…
Bb¬˜¥……‰EÚ‰ ]ı V……‰™… i……‰®…∫…
i…÷hb˜ k…±…, +…Æ˙CE÷Ú≥˝®… {…“.+…‰.,
<b÷˜CEÚ“, E‰ÚÆ˙±…, {…x… -685 591.
∏…“ Æ˙…™‰ … E‰Ú. {……=±……‰∫…
EÚ…‰z…x……±…, i…]¬ı]ıEÚ÷ π…√… {…“.+…‰.,
{…x…-685 581, (¥……™……) EÚ Æ˙®……x…⁄Æ˙,
i……‰b˜÷{…÷π…√…, <b÷˜CEÚ“, E‰ÚÆ˙±…
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{…‰Ø˚Δ §…±…k…÷ Ω˛…=∫…
{……®{……b÷˜®{……Æ˙… - 685 556,
<b÷˜CEÚ“ V…±……, E‰ÚÆ˙±…
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V…™…{…÷Æ˙… -577 123, EÚ…‰{{…… i……±…⁄EÚ…,
S…EÚ®…M…±…⁄Æ˙ V…±……,
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BÆ˙h……E÷Ú±…®…, E‰ÚÆ˙±…, {…x… -682 311.
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77, ∫……=l… EÚ…Æ˙ ∫]≈ı“]ı, ¥…Ø˚n÷˘x…M…Æ˙,
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E÷Úhb˜z…⁄Æ˙-®…Æ˙b˜÷ Æ˙…b‰ ˜, ®…Æ˙b˜÷ {…“.+…‰.,
EÚ…‰ S…x… - 682 304, E‰ÚÆ˙±…
∏…“ Æ˙…V…‰xp˘ {…“. M……‰J…±…‰
|…§…Δv… x…n‰˘∂…EÚ
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215, π…±……EÚ…, ®…Ω˛π…‘ EÚ…¥…Ê ®……M…«
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®…Ω˛…Æ˙…π]≈ı
∏…“®…i…“ ∫…÷π…®…… ∏…“EÚh`ˆk…,
x…n‰˘∂…EÚ B¥…Δ ®…÷J™… |…S……±…x… + v…EÚ…Æ˙“
®…‰∫…∫…« B.¥…“.]ı“. ®…CEÚ…‰Ã®…EÚ <xO…‰ b˜™…x∫…
|……. ±…., ∫……=l… ¥……π…√CE÷Ú±…®…,
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|…§…Δv… x…n‰˘∂…EÚ,
®…‰∫…∫…« <Œhb˜™…x… |……‰b˜C]¬ı∫… ±….,
b˜…Ɖ ˙ x…Δ. V/705-707, M…÷V…Æ˙…i…“ Æ˙…b‰ ˜,
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{…x…-683 101.
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