1.   Enhancing the quality and nutraceutical status of traditional meat products of India by use of enzymes and protective microorganisms.

Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India. Cost of Project: 67.5 lakh.

 

2. Nutraceutical potential of β- glucan its utilization for making functional foods and as an encapsulating material for target delivery of probiotics.

Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology Govt. of India. Cost of Project: 73.8 Lac.

 

3. Stability of phytochemicals during processing and storage of perishable temperate fruits.

Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology Govt. of India. Cost of Project: 47.23 Lac.

 

4. Wheat flour modification by bacterial, enzymatic and chemical interventions to combat coeliac disorders.

Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology Govt. of India.  Cost of Project: 6.38 Lac.

 

5. Safety, Quality & Nutraceutical status of Kradi - a traditional dairy based fermented food of Himalayan regions of J&K.

 Funding Agency: Indian Council Of Medical Research.  Cost of Project: 30 Lac.

 

6. Extraction of resistant starch from Rice and Horse chestnut, its utilization as an encapsulating agent for targeted delivery into the colon.

Funding Agency: MoFPI.  Cost of Project: 54.73 Lac.