Kanpur, 07 April (H.C.). Uttar Pradesh Sahakari Sugar Federation Limited will take the cooperation of National Sugar Institute, Kanpur to increase the efficiency of technical staff of its 24 sugar mills in the state. For this short term training programs will be organized.
A meeting was held in this context, in which Additional Chief Secretary, Sugar Industry and Cane Development Department, Sanjay Bhoosreddy, Managing Director, UP Co-operative Sugar Federation Limited Ramakant Pandey and Director of National Sugar Institute, Narendra Mohan were present. According to the decision taken in this, a proposal was sent by the institute to organize short term training programs for various categories of technical staff, whose in-principle consent has been received by the institute.
Narendra Mohan informed that Uttar Pradesh Cooperative Sugar Mills Limited is trying to increase the efficiency of its sugar mills, modernize them and set up power generation and ethanol units along with sugar mills. For this it is necessary that the level of knowledge of the technical staff working in the sugar mills of the union should be increased and they should be given information about the latest machinery along with the latest techniques of production of sugar, electricity and alcohol currently in use. Along with this, they should also be provided with specific information about quality control, automation, chemical control and better use of by-products.
He said that in view of this, the institute would organize six specialized training programs from 23rd June to 01st July 2022 in which more than 100 technical personnel of Uttar Pradesh Co-operative Sugar Mills Federation Limited would participate. Apart from theoretical and practical knowledge, the participants will also be given practical training in the experimental sugar mill and ethanol unit of the institute. Regarding the training programs, Dr. Swain, the nodal officer of Acharya Sugar Engineering, said that he is confident that this training program will be helpful in increasing the capacity of the sugar mills of the union and better use of by-products.