About Us

Dairy Technology Programme was started as a constituent unit of Department of Dairy science at College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati during the academic year 1983-84

Dairy farming becomes profitable only on realizing the importance of value-addition by conversion of milk into numerous nutritious milk products. As such, to generate the required manpower for the dairy industry, Dairy Technology Programme was started as a constituent unit of Department of Dairy science at College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati during the academic year 1983-84 as 4½ year B. Sc (Dairy Science) degree programme with an annual intake of 25 students.

On quick realization, as the out coming graduates started losing one academic year while securing admissions in PG courses across the globe, the duration of the course was reduced to 4 years from academic session 1988-89 with minor adjustments and pruning the course curriculum. With right initiation by the administration, the in-house facilities started improving at a rapid pace. New buildings for the DT Programme were made available from August 1998. Besides, an Experimental Dairy Plant housing the entire range of equipments viz. vacuum pan, spray dryer, multiple effect evaporator, bench models of UHT and membrane technology units etc. makes learning awe-inspiring by giving a real-time work experience to a candidate.

Keeping pace with changing trends across the country, the name of the degree was changed to B. Tech (Dairy Technology) during the academic year 1990-91. The dairy industry was facing acute shortage of more specialized technical manpower, and as a result, the postgraduate degree programmes in the M. Tech (Dairying) in Dairy Technology and M. Sc (Dairying) in Dairy Microbiology were introduced in the academic year 1994-95.

However, consequent to the creation of Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University during the year 2005, the Dairy Technology Programme at Tirupati was given independent functional autonomy by creating 5 new distinctive departments in the programme on 16th July 2008. Dairy Technology Programme at Tirupati was elevated to a full-fledged College of Dairy Technology on 2nd July 2009. Within a short period, sanction orders for the requisite faculty, Associate Dean and supporting staff positions on 5th February 2010 were accorded by Government of AP.

The present curriculum adopted for B.Tech (Dairy Technology) is as per the recommendations of the ICAR IV Deans Committee with modification of the nomenclature of the degree Programme as B. Tech (Dairy Technology). In similar lines, the PG Programmes were restructured as per the ICAR recommendations for PG education in dairying and the PG Programmes were re-designated as M. Tech (Dairy Technology) and M. Tech (Dairy Microbiology) during the year 2009. Currently the B. Tech (DT) degree is being offered with 5 major divisions of Dairy Technology (with 11 courses), Dairy Engineering (with 13 courses), Dairy Chemistry (with 6 courses), Dairy Microbiology (with 7 courses) and Dairy Business Management (with 8 courses) besides 2 courses in supporting subjects. Students are trained in the preparation of various products during Hands on Training and Experiential Learning in the seventh semester at the respective institutes followed by industrial training (In-plant training) for 5 months during last semester in commercial dairy plants of Andhra Pradesh. A stipend of Rs 5000/- per month will be paid the Students during this training period.

About 355 undergraduates and 16 postgraduates obtained their degrees from this institution.

About 355 undergraduates and 16 postgraduates obtained their degrees from this institution. Currently, there are 110 students, with 29 girls and 81 boys on the roll from four years of B Tech (DT) degree programme.

Spearheading tirelessly for close to three decades towards the ultimate goal of producing the best Dairy Technologists to serve the Dairy Industry, the college building houses well furnished audio-visual enabled classrooms, computer lab and state-of-the-art laboratories with the latest equipment making the process of learning for the students all the more interesting and thought-provoking. All the classrooms are under CCT surveillance, first of its kind in the university. A separate workshop for Dairy Engineering was inaugurated on 24th June 2010. Well-furnished product preparation hall for “Hands on training and Experiential Learning” is an additional facility that was recently added to our arsenal. An examination hall cum Indoor Auditorium is also coming up shortly.

Students were successful in securing admission for pursuing higher studies in various reputed institutions like NDRI, IRMA, IIT (Kharagpur), CFTRI (Mysore). A sizeable number of students have proceeded abroad for further studies and also were successful in getting a suitable placement. The graduates of this institution are also creating a remarkable impact on the dairy industry of the AP state in particular and the country in general by getting employed in the reputed firms like Horlicks, Heritage, Kwality, Indiana, Amul, Modern Dairy, Parag Dairy etc. So far, none of the graduates (~380 graduates) from the inception are unemployed.

The mandate of the Institution

The mandate of the Institution :

  • To provide Education in the field of Dairy Technology in coordination with different disciplines, milk procurement/processing schemes within the state and outside, examine and confer the degree, diplomas, certificate and relevant academic distinctions.
  • To promote and modernize the post-production activities in milk preservation, modes of packaging and storage.
  • To improve the rural/tribal economy by promoting entrepreneurs in Dairying business.
  • To render services for training and demonstration to the milk producers/processors.
  • To guide and assist milk processors for the improvement of operations and proper energy utilization.
  • To standardize the product with required nutritive parameters which govern mechanization.
  • To undertake research schemes to facilitate the industry and up gradation of the rural population involved in Dairying practices.
  • To generate revenue by providing consultancy services to private/co-operative sectors and industries.


  • Our mission is to ensure enlighten and empowerment of students by imparting advanced knowledge in the field of dairying by adopting innovative, efficient and effective strategies.
  • We will strive for creating rural employment, economic prosperity and well being of the resources poor farming community in the state through viable and vibrant research and impact making extension education service, and growth-oriented and faculty-friendly practices
  • We will contribute to public health research and practices with an ultimate aim to enrich human nutrition and welfare.
  • By using the latest technology we will make the education meaningful, relevant, universally accessible, intellectually stimulating and professionally challenging.
  • This will be done through a wide range of capacity development programmes for field workers, livestock holders, and dairyman for bringing about the total metamorphosis of dairying sector in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Goals / Objectives

  • To impart teaching to the students of B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) and M.Tech. (Dairy Technology) to provide technical personnel and skilled workers required for the management of the dairy industry and educational institutions in India.
  • To conduct research on various indigenous and western milk and food products. It is an integral activity of this college to carry out product/process development. It intends to strengthen the College laboratory facilities required for further research and practical training to undergraduate and ensuing postgraduate students.
  • To conduct various extension activities viz Training Programs, On-Farm Demonstrations, Faculty at Training programs, Livestock Exhibitions, Krishi Exhibitions, Extension surveys, Extension Projects for the upliftment of farmers, Unemployed youth, Women’s, SHG etc.

Current Mission, Goals, and Objectives, If Different From The Original, Reason For Affecting Changes: -Nil-

Future Goals and Objectives

  • To run PG and Ph.D. programmes in four disciplines.
  • Digitization of library
  • Up gradation of dairy plant

Short and Long-Term Plans

Short Term Plans

  • Reinstate of PG programme
  • Implementation of training programmes for unemployed youth, milk producers, SHG, and milk vendors etc

Long-Term Plans

  • To establish a referral laboratory for analysis of dairy and food products

Organization and Governance


At the University level, the College of Dairy Technology is governed by Dean (Faculty of Dairy Science) who will provide the necessary leadership in Teaching, Research and Extension programmes undertaken by the respective heads of the institutions. The College of Dairy Technology is headed by Associate Dean who collaborates the college work in teaching, research and extension with the University.

Authorities and their composition, powers, and responsibilities

Authorities & their composition, power, and responsibilities are followed according to the university rules, guidelines and ICAR Model Act.

Organizational Structure

The College of Dairy Technology is headed by the Associate Dean who will provide the necessary leadership in Teaching, Research and Extension programmes undertaken by the college. The teaching faculty is ably supported by the administrative staff. The administrative structure of the college is given in Fig 1.

Decision-making process on various aspects of university functioning

Hierarchical decision-making procedure is being followed within the university. Flowchart indicating a channel of communication within the institution involving various authorities and different constituents of the university is depicted in Fig. 2.

Institutional Planning and Monitoring Processes

The planning process is based on the demands made by the various departments and other constituents of the university as well as the stakeholders.

These demands will be crystallized into an action plan at different levels with a time frame. The requirements of various departments, students, farmers are kept in mind while developing an action plan for the university. In this planning, short and long-term requirements are kept in mind.

The performance of the faculty is monitored by the officers of the university in terms of their research, teaching and extension activities under the overall supervision of the Vice-Chancellor.

The teaching activities are monitored by the concerned department Heads with overall supervision of the Associate Dean. The overall college performance is monitored by Dean, (Faculty of Dairy Science) at the University level. The research activities will be monitored by the station heads under the supervision of the Principal Scientists. The overall research activities are monitored by the Director of Research at the University level. Similarly, the extension activities are monitored by the Extension Leader, Programme Co-ordinator under the overall supervision of the Director of Extension. All the financial activities will be monitored by the Comptroller who is ably supported by several Assistant Comptrollers.

Adoption of ICAR Model Act and guidelines

The University has adopted in general the ICAR model act and guidelines for both UG and PG degree programmes.

The College headed by the Associate Dean is governed by the rules and regulations formed by the Academic Council for the smooth functioning of the college’s academic and administrative matters. There are five departments in the college, namely Dairy Engineering, Dairy Technology, Dairy Chemistry, Dairy Microbiology and Dairy Economics and Business Management. The Associate Dean is assisted by Teaching faculty and other staff of different disciplines on the matters of Academic, Research, Extension, and Administration.

The degree is conferred to the graduating students after completion of 4 years course of study in the Convocation held by the university.

The gold medal is awarded to the student securing the highest marks (OGPA) at the end of the fourth year.

Students Development

Quality of student intake

Quality of students admitted in the college mainly depends on his/her 10+2 educational and competitive entrance examination scores obtained. Chief learning regarding his/her career can start at graduation level. The meritorious students are admitted during the last five years for the UG programme. The institute has maintained its quality education management system to bring out best desirable output for his/her career advancement and growth

Quality of students admitted in B. Tech (Dairy Technology)- Classification based on HSC percentage

Year of admission Particulars 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
> 75% 13 19 19 13 14 17
60-75% 14 7 4 12 6 6
45-59.9% 0 1 0 0 02 0
< 45% 0 0 0 0 0 0
CBSE board students 0 02 04 01 02 04
TOTAL 17 29 27 26 24 27

Student’s intake, attrition, retention and pass outs

Table 6.2 Student’s intake, attrition, retention and pass outs

Sr. No. Particulars Batch
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
1. Intake capacity 30 30 30 30 30 30
2. Seats filled 24 26 27 26 22 27
3. Attrition/left out 06 04 03 04 08 03
4. Retention 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. 1st class with distinction 04 07 06 0 0 0
6. 1st class 14 8 14 0 0 0
7. 2nd class 0 0 0 0 0 0
8. Pass class 01 01 02 0 0 0
9. Pass out 19 16 22

* still studying

Profile of students body including their domicile status

Except ICAR seats the candidate must be domicile of Andhra Pradesh state. During each academic year a total of 15% seats are allotted for the ICAR quota in SAU’s. Each year ICAR students are admitted as per the ICAR allotment of seats.

Table 6.3 Classification of students based on their domicile status, sex and category

Sr. No. Year of admission Particulars 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
1 Domicile
a) Rural-AP 06 11 07 06 08 09
b) Urban -AP 15 12 19 19 14 15
c) Other state 03 03 01 01 02 03
TOTAL 24 26 27 26 26 27
2 Sex
a) Male 18 21 19 17 17 18
b) Female 06 05 08 09 06 09
3 Reservation
a) SC 02 04 05 04 03 03
b) ST 00 02 01 01 02 01
c) OBC 14 09 14 12 12 10
d) General 05 08 06 08 07 10
e) ICAR 3 3 01 01 02 03
f) payment

Students counselling and placement

As per ICAR norms the counsellor are appointed from the academic staff of college, who works as a local guardian to solve the difficulties and problem of students and to monitor their overall academic. Each batch is allotted to a teacher at the beginning of during their first semester registration and continued till student completes his/her UG programme.

From the academic record and personal information of the student’s college placement cell prepare the placement brochure of the outgoing batch and send it to dairy industries to invite them and arrange the campus interview. Various private and Co-operative dairy organization visits the college for selecting students for placement. Students are selected as Production In-charge, Technical officer etc.

Co-curricular activities

Co-curricular activities for overall development of the students viz Cultural, Literary, Fine arts and Sports & allied activities are organized regularly by the Officer In-Charge of Student Activities (OSA) of this college. The students are encouraged and guided to take part in this for the overall development. Students of College of Dairy Technology have won many prizes in Inter collegiate Sports and Cultural meet held in this university. Special guest lecturers of experts from different fields like social, sports, economics, agriculture sciences etc are arranged on various subjects to the UG students to encourage their confidence and value addition in the development process of his/her career with respect to their future.

Every year students celebrate birth and death anniversary of national leaders. Students also celebrate Ganesh-festival and deepavali and other programmes to build unity and rejuvenate among themselves. Students actively participate in various cultural activities, sports, and debate and elocution etc. competitions and bring honour to the college

Follow up services for alumni

The alumni of College of Dairy Technology, hitherto known as Dairy Technology Programme, formed as association by the name “ANGRAU DT graduates and Students Association” in the year 2004. Recently the name has been changed . The association has its members, the former students of the College of Dairy Technology and have been meeting from time to time, at least once in a year. The highlights of such meeting are the lectures given by the senior alumni to the students in the college and share their experiences and explain about the future prospects. The interaction between the alumni and the present students have been lively and given confidence to the students about the bright future in the dairy industries. The alumni had come forward and instituted a medal .Some of the individual alumni had also come forward to support any student in financial need, in their personal capacity, there by establishing a strong bond between alumni and students studying at present.

Student Amenities


For boys one hostel block is made available and accommodates up to 75 students. Residential facility for girls students has been made available at the Girls Hostel combined with College of Veterinary Science girls hostel.

Depending upon requirement of the rooms with the varying number of girl students, every year rooms are allocated to girl students. At present 7 rooms are allotted for about 25 girls. All hostel blocks are provided with facilities like RO drinking water and water cooler, volley ball ground, badminton ground etc. are also provided.


Boys hostel mess is run by students, while that of girls is run by college.

Physical Facilities

The College is located near SVV.University on the way towards Bangalore in Tirupati of Chittoor district. The college has got it s main building, separate boys hostel, girls hostel in Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University campus. There is a separate examination hall, building for Earn While you learn dairy project scheme and Hands on Training and Experiential learning project.

1. Institutional Area

S.No Particulars Plinth area m2
1. Department  of Dairy technology 880
2. HTEL room 85.8
3. Workshop building 225
4. Examination hall & auditorium 307
5. Department of dairy microbiology 296
6. Department of dairy chemistry 142.5
7. Department of dairy business management 173.98
8. Experimental dairy plant 420
9. Administrative office 125
10 Boys hostel 666

The other infrastructures like girl’s hostel, library, sports complex, playgrounds, health centre, canteen, guest house are shared with College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati.

2. Class Rooms :

The class rooms are well equipped with latest furniture along with audio visual aids including multimedia projector and public address system for easy conversation and teaching. Examination halls and class rooms are provided with CCTV for effective supervision. The computer laboratory is provided with ERNET facility.

3. Student Hostels for Boys and Girls

The hostel for boys and girls are located in the University campus. There are 24 rooms in boy’s hostel accompanying 3 members for each room. The hostel is having a common dining hall, TV hall, gym, table tennis room and also facilities like hot water; water coolers with RO system, television with dish TV connection, cupboards, regular water supply, notice board, newspapers etc are available to the students. The mess is managed by students on co operative basis.

4. Facilities for Sports, Games and Cultural Activities :

The play ground is having the provision of playing games like volley ball, basket ball, badminton, cricket etc. In addition to these indoor games like caroms, table tennis, chess etc are also available to the students. The students actively participate in intra-murals, inter-collegiate and inter university competitions in Sports, Games, Cultural & literary activities.

5. NSS Activities :

As a step to serve the society, the college organises NSS activities. The activities include tree plantation, participation in cleanliness programs, public health awareness programs, blood donation camps etc. Every year a special camp is conducted in the adopted village for duration of 10 days.

6. Placement Cell :

To provide career guidance and counselling a placement cell is provided for students. The college is having 100% placement every year. Campus recruitment is done by the companies like Al -Ain Dairy, Heritage foods limited, Dodla dairy, Tirumala dairy, Cream line Jersey etc. The alumini of this college are placed throughout the globe and most of them are in MNC’s like Nestle, Alfa laval, Coca cola, and other national companies like Smithkline Beecham ltd, ITC, Amul, Britannia, Mother Dairy, Parag milk foods, Banking sector, Visakha dairy, Hatsun Agro, Sreeja dairy etc.

7. Other Facilities

The other important facilities of the college include student bus, Principal vehicle, Procurement vehicle etc.

8. Equipment Available :

S.No. I UG / PG LABORATORIES Present or not
1 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer Yes
2 Analytical balances Yes
3 Electronic balances Yes
4 Muffle furnace Yes
5 Automatic titrator No
6 Soxhlet instrument Yes
7 Gerber centrifuge Yes
8 pH meter Yes
9 Autoclave Yes
10 Laminar flow/Biosafety cabinet Yes
11 BOD Incubator Yes
12 Simple microscope Yes
13 Simple oil immersion microscope Yes
14 Hot air oven Yes
15 Hot water batch Yes
16 Serological bath Yes
17 Centrifuge Yes
18 Low temperature centrifuge Yes
19 Pipette washer No
20 Rotary shaker Yes
21 Gas supply and burners Yes
22 Standard assembly for titrimetric analysis with indicator solutions & buffer tablets; Magnetic stirrer; Cyclomix (vortex mixer) Yes
S.No. II Central Instrument Facilities Present or not
1 High pressure Liquid Chromatography No
2 Atomic absorption spectrophotometer No
3 Hunter LAB Colorimeter No
4 Instron Texture Analyzer No
5 IR Moisture analyser Yes
6 Water activity meter Yes
7 Flame photometer Yes
8 Rheomat Yes
9 Viscoamylograph No
10 Bench-top Microfluidizer No
11 Rotary evaporator Yes
12 Differential Scanning Calorimeter No
13 Refrigerator Yes
14 Deep freezer Yes
15 Kjeltec Yes
16 Fibretec unit No
17 Rancimat No
18 Millipore water purifier Yes
19 Low temperature bath Yes
1 Weighing balance (Accuracy 0.001 g) Yes
2 Micrometre Yes
3 Mullen Bursting strength tester Yes
4 Mechanical drop tester No
5 Compression strength tester Yes
6 Smoothness or porosity tester Yes
7 Cobb tester Yes
8 Elmendorf tear tester Yes
9 Water absorption tester Yes
10 Head space analyser No
11 Universal testing machine No
12 Oxygen Barrier testing instruments No
13 Carbon dioxide Barrier testing instruments No
14 Water vapour transmission tester No
1 Milk reception section Yes
2 Liquid milk processing unit Yes
3 Cream processing , butter and ghee Section Yes
4 Powder reconstitution & milk poly pack section Yes
5 Paneer section Yes
6 Curd/Lassi/Chhach Section Yes
7 Ice cream section Yes
a Liquid milk (Different qualities) of milk such as 2,500 litres full cream, Standardized milk, Toned milk, double toned, milk as per the requirement by PDP As per market indent
b Paneer/Cheese/Shrikhand/Chhana (Production and 1000 litres Channa based sweets packaging) As per market indent
c Curd/Lassi/Chhach/Yoghurt As per market indent
d Ice-cream (1000 litres mix) As per market indent
e By-Products:casein,caseinates, whey products, etc. As per market indent
f Heat desiccated products (Khoa, Khoa based sweets 500 litres (For practical like Gulabjamun, Peda, Phirni, Rabri, Kurchan, purpos e& alsofor Kheer, etc.)marketing as per demand) As per market indent
g Fat rich products Butter, Ghee, etc. As per market indent
1 Milk Weighing Scale Yes
2 Bulk Cooling Tank Yes
3 Can Washer No
4 HTST Plate Heat Exchanger Yes
5 Batch Pasteurizer Yes
6 Homogenizer Yes
7 Milk Storage Tank Yes
8 Milk Bottling Plant Yes
9 Butter Churn Yes
10 Ghee Boiling Vat Yes
11 Ice cream Freezer – Batch Yes
12 Cheese Vat Yes
13 Cheese Cutting Frame Yes
14 Cheese Press Yes
15 Milk Condensing Unit Yes
16 Spray Drying Unit Yes
17 Refrigeration Plant Yes
18 Portable Weighing Scale Yes
19 Curd Mill Yes
20 Cheese Hoop Yes
21 Milk Cans Yes
22 Auto Clave Yes
23 Ice Water Plant Yes
24 Cheese Block Cutter Yes
25 Sieve for Shrikhand Yes
26 Planetary Mixer No
27 Hand Bottle Filler Yes
28 Can Scrubber Tank No
29 Pouch Filling Machine Yes
30 Cream Separator Yes
31 Butter Trolley Yes
32 Wet Casein Grinder Yes
33 Casein Shredder No
34 Casein Dryer Yes
35 Bottle Sterilizer Yes
36 Khoa Kettle Yes
37 Colloidal Mill No
38 Crown Capping Machine Yes
39 Sugar Grinder Yes
40 Tin Seamer Yes
41 UF Cum RO Unit Yes
42 Crates For Milk Bottles Yes
43 Deep Freezer Yes
44 Gerber Centrifuge Yes
45 BOD Incubator Yes
46 Hot Air Oven Yes
47 Hot Plate Yes
48 Magnetic Stirrer Yes
49 Colony Counter Yes
50 Weight Box Yes
51 Paraffin Bath Yes
52 Vacuum Packaging Machine Yes
53 Milk Analyser Yes
54 Ice Cream Freezer – Continuous Type Yes
55 Cooling Unit For Cheese Curing Room Yes
56 Candy Making Machine Yes
57 Candy Moulds Yes
58 Vacuum Tray Dryer Yes
59 Extruder No
60 Ice Cream Cup Filling Machine Yes
61 UHT Milk Sterilization Unit with Aseptic Packaging Yes
62 Tray sealing machine Yes
63 Colloid Mill No
64 Abbe refractometer Yes
65 Membrane filters Yes
66 Pin mill No
67 Homogenizer Yes
68 Steam Jacketed Kettle Yes
69 Refrigeration System For Ice Cream Hardening Yes
70 Processed cheese kettle Yes
71 Steam boiler Yes
72 Diesel power generator Yes
73 Effluent treatment plant No
1 Fruit pulper Yes
2 Screw juice extractor Yes
3 Bottle filling machine Yes
4 Mechanical peeler Yes
5 Peeling knives Yes
6 Slicing knives Yes
7 Mechanical slicer No
8 Basket press No
9 Plunger press Yes
10 Autoclave Yes
11 Can sealer Yes
1 Dehuller No
2 Screw expeller No
3 Paddy sheller No
4 Corn degermer No
5 Popping unit No
6 Flaking roller No
7 Mini flour mill No
8 Pasta making machine No
9 Deep fat fryer No
* not required as per current syllabus
1 Moulding unit Yes
2 Baking oven Yes
3 Sugar grinder Yes
4 Biscuit baking unit Yes
5 Proofing unit Yes
6 Slicing unit Yes
7 Chocolate moulder Yes
1 Bowl chopper No
2 Meat mincer No
3 Sausage filler No
4 Ice flaking machine No
5 Chopping table Yes
6 Combo microwave Yes
7 Tumblers No
8 Molds for hams No
9 Heating kettle Yes
* not required as per  current syllabus
1 Orifice and Mouthpiece apparatus Yes
2 Pipe friction apparatus Yes
3 Minor head loss apparatus No
4 Flow through channel apparatus Yes
5 Computerized centrifugal pump test rig No
6 Rota meter Yes
7 Water flow meters No
8 Reynolds apparatus Yes
9 Bernoulli’s apparatus Yes
10 Various types of pipe fittings and valves Yes
11 Self priming pump No
12 Monoblock pump set Yes
13 Submersible pump Yes
14 Powder conductivity meter No
15 Computerized counter and parallel flow apparatus No
16 Plate Heat Exchanger Yes
17 Steam Jacketed kettle Yes
18 Stefan Boltzmann Apparatus No
19 Jacketed vats Yes
20 Heat Transfer through composite wall Yes
21 Heat Transfer through Natural Convention No
22 Critical Heat Flux Apparatus No
23 Heat Transfer through lagged pipe No
24 Digital temperature indicators with probes Yes
25 Multi Channel temperature indicator Yes
26 Solar water heating system Yes
27 Computerized refrigeration tutor No
28 Computerized air conditioning tutor No
29 Water cooler Yes
30 Window AC Yes
31 Split AC Yes
32 Refrigerator Yes
33 Models of sealed and open type compressor Yes
34 Refrigeration plant controls such as thermostat,pressure switches, solenoid valves, expansion valves Yes
35 Dessert cooler Yes
36 Dehumidifier No
37 Food Processor No
38 Texture Analyzer No
39 Laboratory scale freeze dryer Yes
40 Tray dryer Yes
41 Texturometer No
42 Juice extractors Yes
43 Extruders No
44 Sulfuring chamber No
45 Blanching equipment No
46 Clinching equipments No
47 Jacketed kettle Yes
48 Bomb calorimeter No
49 Flue gas analyzer No
50 Bucket calorimeter No
51 Baby boiler Yes
52 Models of boiler mountings and accessories. Yes
53 IC Engine test rig No
54 Steam flow meter No
55 Water flow meter No
56 Models of two stroke and four stroke engine Yes
57 Different types of steam traps Yes
58 Pipes and pipe fittings Yes
59 Oil and gas burners Yes
60 Water softening plant Yes
61 Boiler feed water pump Yes
62 Digital clip-on-meters Yes
63 Digital Energy analyzer Yes
64 Power measuring instruments such as volt meter,ampere meter, energy meter, meger Yes
65 Inverter Yes
66 Induction Motors with starters Yes
67 Variable Frequency Drive No
68 Single phase Transformer, 2 kVA Yes
69 Digital three phase Energy meter Yes
70 Different types of starters such as direct on line starter, star delta starter, Auto-transformer starter  etc No
71 Experimental set up for experiment in parallel & series connection, stair case wiring, tube light wiring, motor connection, speed measurement,demonstration of winding etc power, voltage, and current measuring devices.with necessary power, voltage, and current measuring devices. Yes
72 Hand tachometer Yes
73 Non contact hand tachometer Yes
74 Soft starter No
75 Air anemometer Yes
76 Magnetic flow meter No
77 Digital pocket type thermometers with different types of probes Yes
78 Multi channel data logger Yes
79 Various tutors/transducers such as Strain gauge,pressure, LVDT, Inductive, Photo cell,piezometer, etc. No
80 Water Level controller No
81 Pneumatic controller No
82 PID controller temperature controller system Yes
83 Digital Tachometer Yes
84 Lux meter No
85 Solar lighting system Yes
86 Lathe Machine Yes
87 CNC lathe No
88 Grinding machine Yes
89 Power saw Yes
90 Drilling machine Yes
91 Pipe bending machine Yes
92 Electric welding machine No
93 Portable welding machine Yes
94 Gas welding set Yes
95 Shear cutting machine No
96 Threading machine No
97 Universal wood working machine Yes
98 Bench vice Yes
99 Portable grinding machine Yes
100 Shaping machine No
1 Desk top computers with LAN facility and Internet  connection Yes
2 Photocopier Yes
3 Laser Printer Yes
4 Colour Laser Printer Yes
5 Softwares: SPSS/Metlab/Design expert No
6 Indian patent database No