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Industrial visit to Sanchi Dewas

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40 students of Pioneer Institute went for an Industrial Visit at Sanchi, Dewas. The students were briefed about the entire procedure with its mechanism and causes regarding the Products, the Supply Chains, their Collection Procedure, Types of Milk they offer, its Components, Balanced Diet Feed, Procedure for its Purity Analysis and Testing.

On Monday, 5th April 2010, around 40 students of Pioneer Institute went for an Industrial Visit at Sanchi, Dewas. The Faculty Coordinator was Prof. Nihit Jaiswal. The students were briefed about the entire procedure with its mechanism and causes regarding the Products, the Supply Chains, their Collection Procedure, Types of Milk they offer, its Components, Balanced Diet Feed, Procedure for its Purity Analysis and Testing.

Then the students advanced their visit to the entire industry processing from inside. First section was filtration in which raw milk was filtered to remove traceable impurities by muslin cloth. Thereafter it is collected in 6 large steam-washed, sterilized tanks; after which, pasteurization (at 75.5 degrees) is done for destruction of harmful bacteria. Second section was butter churning section in which surplus cream (Xylo Treatment) of milk section was loaded and round up 100 times to produce better. The left milk was taken to powder plant section, where it is sprayed in condensed form in a conical chimney to convert it into powder form. This is generally sent to military areas by “Sneha” brand name as per federation norms. Then they visited the Ghee section where there was no aroma. Further they were taken to “Paneer” and “Srikhand” Section where they prepare “Chhena-Rabri”.


Then we saw the packaging of ghee, “Shrikhand” and milk. All there machineries are purchased from Anand, Gujarat. For Vertical Sealing and Cutting they used RMC packaging system and Vijaypac machineries for milk packing.
Finally the Institute presented a Memento, as a mark of thankfulness and remembrance and then the students were served with chocolate milk and lastly were escorted for a group photograph.

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