A complete report based on an industrial visit organized by New Horizon College for the students of I Year B.B.A in order to enhance their practical stimulation and let them have an overview on the activities carried out by Dairy Day Industry.
Overview of the Trip
New Horizon College had organized an industrial visit to on 31 DEC 2018 to Dairy Day Industry located in kanakapura main road for the students of I Year BBA. The visit was organized with prior permission of our Principal Dr.Vijaya Reddy and guidance of our HOD Mrs. Jyoti Jayraj. Mrs Bharani and Mrs. Sreelakshmi were the co-ordinators for this
whole industrial visit.
Details of Our Journey
We started travelling from the college campus at 8:00 am via our college bus on 31 DEC 2018 along with our co-ordinators and faculties. We reached to the dairy day industry at kanakapura main road within two hours.
Process of Production
The staff In charge of production guided the students on various activities held at Dairy Day. Students were given a brief idea on the technical aspects as well and the working of various machineries. They explained the entire process and is as follows:
Process 1- Segregation, cleaning of raw materials which also go through metal detector for screening.
Process 2- The raw materials once segregated and cleaned go through the quality check for their required nutritional values. There are two checks which take place here one related to the quality and the other related to microbiology.
Process 3- The next step is the mixing process where the measured quantity of raw materials are put in the mixing machines where all ingredients required for making an ice cream will take a form and would be kept in the freezer for a minimum of four hours.
Process 4- We visited the store house where they have two divisions one where the raw materials are stored second the packing materials are kept. There is also bar coding which takes place here as to when the materials are used, expiry date, MRP, and their nutritional values are also mentioned.
Process 5- The final step is assembly of the ready Ice cream into their packages according to the requirements and frozen until dispatch under -25 degrees.