Farmer centric sustainable development of sugar and integrated industries.


Sustainable development of sugar and integrated industries through application of scientific knowledge and improved technologies to augment production efficiency of sugar crops, sugar, green energy and value added products for holistic growth of farming communityā€¯.

Aims and Objectives

The aims and objectives for which the Society is being established are as under :

  1. To constitute a forum at international level for bringing together individuals and organisations involved in sugar crops and related industry activities
  2. To develop international research/development linkages and disseminate up-to-date technologies in the field of sugar production/by-product utilization/effluent treatment/alcohol production and environmental management through rapid information system.
  3. To promote and undertake Research & Development and Extension Services in the field of sugar crops and value added products.
  4. To explore new areas related to cane production technologies, cane developmental activity and logistic management.
  5. To propagate utilization of non-conventional and renewable sources of energy and development of improved systems and devices in sugar industry for sugar processing including fermentation and effluent plant technologies.
  6. To offer recognition and awards to professional groups and individuals for attainment of excellence in the field of sugar crops and related industries.
  7. To interact with government agencies, scientific organisations and NGOs to promote and protect interests of sugar crop growers and producers.
  8. To organise symposia, seminars and workshops and bringing out publications to meet the objectives of the foundation.

General Body

  1. All bonafide members form the General Body of the Society.
  2. The General Body members having voting rights shall elect the office bearers and the Executive Committee. General Body will normally meet once in a year to take stock of the Society's affairs and related matters and adopt suitable policies and programmes, approve proposals, audited accounts and annual reports and transaction of business.
  3. Fifty per cent members of the General Body shall constitute the quorum for taking decisions - which shall be taken by a simple majority of votes. Special General Body may be called by the Executive Committee on its own and it must be called when requisitioned through a resolution signed by a minimum number of 100 members or ten per cent of the total membershp (whichever is less). A four-week notice shall normally be required to hold a General Body meeting.

Executive Committee

  1. The Executive Committee shall have up to ten members.
  2. The composition of the Executive Committee shall be as follows:
    President : One
    Vice President : One
    Secretary : One
    Treasurer : One
    Members : 3-6