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Virtual student seminar in India will discuss safe food now for a healthy tomorrow


The Centre for Quality and Food Safety (CQFS), New Delhi, India has teamed up with Sharda University in Delhi to celebrate World Food Safety Day with a virtual seminar targeted towards students throughout India. The seminar is entitled “safe food now for a healthy tomorrow.” The winner of an e-poster competition that has been running will also be announced during this event.

The seminar will be broken up into a morning and evening session, each with two speakers:


  • Dr Shyamal Kumar Banerjee, Dean, School of Basic Sciences and Research, Sharda University
  • Dr S.S. Ghonkrokta, Chairman, Himachal Pradesh State Food Commission; Secretary General, CQFS
  • Q&A with students


  • Dr Lakhvinder Kaur, Manav Rachna University
  • Sarah Krol, Senior Managing Director, Global Supply Chain Food Safety, USA

CQFS has been formed to act as a catalyst in ensuring the availability of safe and nutritious food in India, in association with various regulators, policy makers and other stake holders. The organization works to raise awareness about best practices in food safety and quality to ensure the food industry is able to offer affordable, safe and nutritious food to consumers.


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 Date and time:

7 June, 10:00 (04:30 GMT)