I am happy to announce the launch of the revamped website of the Rubber Board. Our previous version of the website was much accepted and appreciated by the public, especially all the stakeholders. Technology, however, continues to develop offering new tools to make the services more effective and to help in carrying our message to wider audiences. The site has so been revamped in accordance with the instructions and suggestions from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and with the help of National Informatics Centre in an effort to make it more user friendly, service oriented and communicative. The new website has a fresh layout and design to make it more aesthetically appealing. It is optimised to view it in multiple devices and to facilitate easy access. The site contains integrated social media links for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for easy communication with the stakeholders.
Continuous and constant updation in all aspects is an integral part of revamping of any website. We are grateful to all who have given us feedback about design and content. I also take this opportunity to congratulate all those who contributed to make the website more effective and appealing.
D. Anandan IAS, Chairman & Executive Director
The Rubber Research Institute of India (RRII) was established in 1955. The Institute has attained a prestigious position in the international rubber scenario through its research contributions. RRII is a member of the International Rubber Research and Development Board (IRRDB) and actively participates in many international research programmes. RRII has played a significant role in India achieving high productivity.
The headquarters of RRII is located on a hillock, 8 km east of Kottayam town in Kerala State with a research farm attached to it. The nearest airport is at Nedumbassery, Kochi, 100 km north.
The Central Experiment Station of the Institute is located at Chethackal (Ranni) 50 km away from Kottayam. To conduct location specific research, the Institute has established a research complex for North East India with headquarters at Agartala and having regional research stations at Agartala in Tripura, Guwahati in Assam and Tura in Meghalaya. RRII has also set up regional research stations at Dapchari (Maharashtra), Kamakhyanagar (Orissa), Nagrakatta (West Bengal), Paraliar (Tamil Nadu), Nettana (Karnataka) and Padiyoor (Kerala). Soil and leaf testing laboratories have been established at Kottayam, Tripura, Thaliparamba, Kozhikode, Thrissur, Muvattupuzha, Palai, Kanjirappally, Adoor and Nedumangad. Mobile units for soil and leaf analysis are available at the headquarters, Tripura, Kozhikode, Muvattupuzha and Adoor.
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Last reviewed and updated on 17-Jul-2018