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The educational programmes have always been the prime objective and focus of the PRI Indian Section (Rubber). It provides specialised training to its members attached to the industry, especially those who have not had adequate opportunity
to attend graduate and post graduate course at universities and Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs). A large section of members throughout the country have advantageously availed of this special facility. This has been the principal
contribution of PRI Indian Section (Rubber) and its successor the IRI, towards technological and scientific development of the Indian rubber industry across the tyre and non-tyre sectors.

During 1987, the PRI U.K. underwent further restructuring and by 1992 PRI, U.K. was liquidated and merged with the Institute of Materials, U.K. Her Majesty the Queen is its Chief Patron. The Institute of Materials has now become the Institute
of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) on merger with the Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (IOM).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 December 2015 13:06  

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We are very happy to inform you that during recently concluded IRCO (International Rubber Conference Organization) meeting on 28th October ’16 during IRC-2016 at Kitakyushu, Japan, our Chairman, Dr. R Mukhopadhyay has been selected for award of IRCO Medal in recognition of his contribution on education & research in Rubber Science & Technology as well as his contribution to IRCO for conducting international conferences.

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