Vikash Sharma

India is a land of diversity known for its cuisines which forms the spirit that unites people across cultural identities. Millets too form the base of various main courses and special diets for the Indians. The International Year of Millets 2023 was also observed to raise awareness about the multiple benefits of millets, which is a superfood.

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is organising AMRUT, ‘Millet Recipe Unleashing Talent’ for students and serving faculties and supporting staff from approved institutions.

The idea is to ensure that the students and others come out with innovative yet traditional recipes.

Amrut – AICTE Millet Recipe Competition

The competition invites recipes in 3 categories: Starters (breakfast & snacks), Main courses (lunch & dinner) and Deserts & Confectioneries under 3 sub-categories based on Millet Ratio 70% and above, 50-70% and 30-50%.

Eligibility Criteria:

Team Size: Maximum 4 participants (with at least one female member) Participants must be current students, serving faculties and supporting staff. A separate application is to be submitted if the team intends to participate in more than one category.

As per AICTE notice, the teams can submit their application via Google form available at AICTE AMRUT web portal.

The teams shortlisted in each of the 9 sub categories shall be invited to New Delhi for the Grand finale. The winners of each sub category will be awarded with certificates and a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh.