• Rajarambapu College Of Sugar Technology
    Sanction by Government Of Maharashtra
    Affiliated to Shivaji University Of Kolhapur
  • *Urgently wanted......Post of Lecturer:- Sugar technology Qualification:- B.Sc/AVSI,Post of Lecturer:- Alcohol technology Qualification:- B.Sc/DIFT,Post of Lecturer:- Chemistry Qualification:- M.Sc(Organic Chemistry),Post of Lecturer:- Chemical Engineer Qualification:- M.E(Chemical),
    *Post of librarian Qualification:-M.Lib,*Post of Instructor Civil Engineering/Supervisor Qualification:-B.E (civil),Post of Instructor Mechanical Qualification:-Diploma (Mech),Post of Instructor Electrical Qualification:-Di*ploma (Electrical),Post of Instructor Computer Qualification:-M.C.A*
  • M.Sc. Alcohol Technology

    Preamble /Introduction:

    India is fourth largest producer of alcohol in the world. It is also the leading producer of alcohol in the South-East Asian region with about 65% share. In India alcohol is largely produced in the form of rectified sprit for industrial application in the form of ENA for portable liquor and in the form of fuel ethanol for blending with petrol. Now, Government of India looking ethanol as renewable energy.National biofuels policies envisage the blending of alcohol 10% to petrol by 2017, which will force to produce alcohol for fuel ethanol for blending. Existing production of alcohol is about 2500 million liter per annum, out that 1800 million liter is consumed in portable liquor and industrial sector. Therefore, net availability of ethanol for blending is 700 million liters per annum. However, at current rate of petrol consumption ethanol requirement for 5% doping is 1100 million liters and for 10% blending 2200 million liters per annum. As such there will be huge demand of alcohol, it may be noted that industries need alcohol technologist and scientist.

    This course consists of fermentation technology, alcohol technology & general engineering required in alcohol industry. This course also covers production of extra neutral alcohol (ENA) and ethanol, subject related to the effluent treatment plant for spent wash generated, and production of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL)

    Objectives:

    The objectives of the M.Sc. (Alcohol Technology) Course shall be as follows:-

    1. To develop the human recourse in Alcohol Technology sector which is the need of the hour?
    2. To educate the people who will teach the science of alcohol technology, this will be also helpful for the promotion of research in this field.
    3. To create several self-employment opportunities in alcohol and allied industries sectors for modestly-trained and self-trained human resources exist in all geographic locations of the country.
    4. It will help to develop the skills required in alcohol technology and alcohol management fields.
    5. To develop proficiencies and skills for becoming successful scientist, technicians in AT sector.
    6. To develop the expertise for the innovation of different skills and its implementation in AT sector.
    7. To explore the different techniques in Alcohol Technology sector

    Duration:

    The duration of course shall be two years consist of four semesters

    Pattern for examination:

    Semester pattern, theory paper and practical at each end of semester.

    Eligibility for Admission:

    • B.Sc. Chemistry
    • B.Sc. (Microbiology/Zoology/Botany)
    • B. Sc. (Sugar Technology/Biochemistry)
    • B. Tech.(Food/Chemical/Sugar)
    • B.E. (Chemical Engineering)

    SCOPE:

    After complete this course student have opportunities to work as distillery chemist, distillery manager in distillery attached to the sugar factory and research.