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ICAR - Central Institute of Post-Harvest Engineering & Technology
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Food Grains & Oilseeds Processing

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    Food Grains and Oilseeds Processing Division undertake basic, applied and adoptive engineering and technological research in post production sector of cereals, pulses and oilseeds as well as designing and development of different processing equipments. The division also works on establishment of different pilot plants for processing of major cereals, pulses and oilseed crops to study and optimize different unit operations w.r.t higher recovery with low energy consumption. Division is also involved in the development of technologies for value addition of cereals, pulses and oilseeds products and by products. Modernization of post harvest management of cereals, pulses and oilseeds is the major concern of the division. Division is also carrying out the research to produce edible grade de-oiled cake from different oilseeds crops and its utilization in the development of value added protein rich products.

    Laboratory Facilities

  • Cleaning, Grading and Drying Laboratory
  • Product development & by-product utilization laboratory
  • Food quality and safety laboratory
  • Bioengineering properties laboratory
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Dr. S.K. Tyagi

Designation: Principal Scientist
Qualification: Ph.D
Contact No.: +91-161-231-3112
Email ID: drtyagi77777@yahoo.co.in

Research Interests:

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Tyagi (born on 2nd August 1970) did his schooling from Saint Joseph School, Meerut and Govt. Inter College, Roorkee. B.Tech (Chemical Technology) from H.B.T.I, Kanpur, M.E (Chemical Engineering) from I.I.T, Roorkee and Ph.D course work in Chemical Engineering from I.I.T, Delhi and then obtained his Ph.D on "Removal of phenolic compound by activated carbon and Regeneration of activated carbon" and D.Sc (Agricultural Chemistry) on the tropic "Development of an adsorbent for Removing colour/p>