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Diploma in Sugar Technology  

Sugar is essential farm product as it ides the ingredient of all sweet food items and is a class of crystalline substances mainly sucrose, lactose and fructose. Sugar is a broad term applied to a large number of carbohydrates present in many plants and characterized by a more or less sweet taste. The primary sugar, glucose, is a product of photosynthesis and occurs in all green plants and in most plants, the sugars occur as a mixture that cannot readily be separated into the components.

The process involved of extraction of sugar is called as Sugar technology which uses machines for separation and extortion of sugar. Professionals in this field are known as Sugar Technologist who involved in extraction, separation and production of sugar.

Some Types of Sugar are

White Sugar

1. Bakers Special Sugar

2 . Coarse sugar

3. Date sugar

4. Fruit Sugar

5. Granulated sugar

6. Raw sugar

Brown Sugar

1. Evaporated Cane Juice

2. Free-flowing brown sugars

3 . Demerara sugar

Liquid Sugar

1. Liquid sugars

2. Invert sugar


Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with any subjects to get admission     into Diploma.

2. Diploma in Sugar Technology.



Graduates are employed in Sugar factories, Sugar Industries and Government and Private organizations.

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