Implementation of Central Sector Scheme (CSE) - Status

To upgrade Food Testing Laboratories in India, the authority has announced a major scheme for strengthening of Food Testing Infrastructure in the country at an estimated cost of Rs. 482-crore, in the light of the recent observations by Hon’ble High Court, Mumbai. The scheme focuses on all aspects of food testing system including strengthening of state food labs and referral labs, capacity building of food analysts and other technical personnel engaged in the analysis of food (both within and outside the Government) and creation of mobile food labs across all States/UTs. The present status of the Scheme is given in the links below:

Food Safety on Wheels - Scheme Guidelines and Manuals. (Uploaded on: 30.08.2017)

Rate Contract for High End Equipments

Format of MoU (to be signed by States/UTs for upgradation of State Food Testing Laboratory under the Central Sector Shcheme). (Uploaded on: 12.03.2018)

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Setting up of Microbiology Lab- Specification for equipments, List of Media and indicative layout.  [PDF, 1 MB] (Uploaded on: 26.02.2018)

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Panel of Experts for strengthening of State Food Testing Laboratory. (Uploaded on: 06.11.2017)

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Booklet for Strengthening of Food Testing Laboratories (SofTel)

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