Livestock Products Technology
The department came into existence in 1977 with a view to undertake teaching, extension and research activities. The department has two sub-disciplines namely: meat technology and dairy technology in which UG and PG teaching are imparted. The research activities are oriented towards product development, extension of shelf life and development of functional meat and milk products. Training to farmers in milk and meat processing is the main extension activity undertaken by the department.
Head of the Department:
Dr. S.S. Ahlawat
Phone: 01662 256125
|Sh. Hemant Mehta
|Sh. Vikas Dhanda
|Sh. Hari Singh
|Sh. Shyam Lal
|Sh. Bhim Singh
|Sh. Ram Niwas
Post graduate students/ Research Assistants/ Senior Research fellows
Dr. Shelly Jain, Ph.D. student
Dr. Apoorva Argade, Ph.D. student
Dr. Surender Kumar, Ph.D. student
Dr. Shubha Singh, Ph.D student
1. Ankita Pal
3. Reetu Rani
Standardization of processing technology for meat and poultry products
Studies of Indian milk products and training thereof
SF – 37 (Milk Supply Scheme)
Production and processing of meat and dairy products under Experiential Learning Programme for setting up of facilities for hands on training.
Studies on the preservation, packaging, transportation and marketing of duck eggs.
Studies on proper utilization of unproductive and culled poultry including poultry industry waste for better economic returns
Pilot Plant studies on manufacturing meat and poultry products
Quantitative and qualitative changes in poultry products due to input, processing and output variables during manufacture of poultry products
Studies on modified atmosphere packaging technology and natural antioxidants to improve the quality of meat and meat products
Study on development of dietary fibre enriched designer meat products.
Strengthening/modernization of facilities for manufacturing of indigenous milk products and entrepreneurship programmes on value added safe and wholesome milk products to rural women/high-tech dairy farmers/youth in Haryana
LIST OF INSTRUMENTS COSTING MORE THAN TWO LAKHS