AUTOMATION IN FRUITS AND VEGETABLE PROCESSING PLANT

6 students
Objectives
  • To introduce students/entrepreneurs/ farmers for theoretical and practical practices of advanced techniques of fruit and vegetable processing in foodindustries.
  • To build capacities of student/ entrepreneurs of handling of software practices in Fruit and vegetableprocessing.

Brief Content

This course highlights the modern concepts of processing of fruits and vegetables in relation to precision of processing techniques for product developments. The course provides practical knowledge of fruit and vegetable processing using robotic hands in processing. The demonstrations of preparations of different fruit and vegetable processed products Introduction

The processing of fruits and vegetables for different value added products using different unit operations and processes viz. handling, sorting, grading, processing, filling, packaging, stacking etc. and use of software technology i.e. robotics in processing practices in the need of modern era ofprocessing.

Part-I

The different processing techniques of fruits and vegetables, the present challenges of food processing and possible solutions to the present challenges.

Part-II

The consideration of existing facilities for processing of fruits and vegetables and potential for the digital processing practices. The modern fruit and vegetable processing practices coordinated with existing facilities in ELP plant. The use of robotic handling in unit operations and unit processes arecoordinated.

Outcome

Course at its end will achieve

Critical understanding of fruit and vegetable processes using robotics practices. Highly trained skilled professionals for handling and processing of fruits and vegetables for modern food processing industrysector.

Eligibility: Any Science graduate.

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Instructor

Master in Agriculture sciences having India and abroad working experince in Horticulture industry.

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