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Industrial visit to Mother Dairy on 14 11-13 -iec-ihm

Industrial visit to Mother Dairy on 14 11-13 -iec-ihm






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    Industrial visit to Mother Dairy on 14 11-13 -iec-ihm Industrial visit to Mother Dairy on 14 11-13 -iec-ihm Document Transcript

    • IEC INSTITUTE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT, GR.NOIDA Industrial Visit to Mother Dairy Plant ,Laxminagar,New Delhi on 14th Nov.,2013 An Industrial visit was organized for the students of IEC IHM Gr.Noida to the Mother Diary Plant, Laxminagar, New Delhi on 14th Nov.,2013 . Two faculty members Ms Jyoti & Mr. Sunil Kumar accompanied 35 students for the industrial visit. During the visit, Students were given a brief introduction about the company by Mr. Michael Jose, the Company Representative where they have been explained the production of milk products as per following detail1. 2. The Procurement, standardization and distribution of milk to various outlets. The processes which are generally undertaken before the milk is packed into poly-bags and how loose milk better than milk in poly bags i.e once the milk is received in the plant it goes through various laboratory tests to check for adulteration and whether there are any neutralizers. Only after the milk is found to be good, processing is accepted by the plant else rejected. 3. The Various following processes conducted on the milk
    •     Filtering Humiliation Standardization Pasteurization 4. The process of automation & computerization of plant right from entry to exit of the milk. 5. The procedure for the storage of the milk i.e. after the processing, milk is stored in 12 tanks with a capacity of 1 lakh liter each. The milk is boiled at a temperature of 74 degree C immediately stored at a temperature of 3 degree C. Then it is filled in the tanks and transported to various booths. Afterthat the students were taken for the visit of the plant and shown the processing area, tanks and how things are done automatically. Then students had also been given a firsthand exposure of the various processes of milk & milk products. Variety of Milk and ice-creams were offered to the students. Knowledge and fun were the ingredients of the day.