Red Rose students visit milk plant
ABOUT HUNDRED students of Red Rose School, Lambakheda visited Sanchi Milk plant under the site visit organized by HT ? PACE. The students were taken around the plant and employees explained its working process.india Updated: Oct 29, 2006 16:17 IST
ABOUT HUNDRED students of Red Rose School, Lambakheda visited Sanchi Milk plant under the site visit organized by HT – PACE. The students were taken around the plant and employees explained its working process.
Starting from collection of milk from the villages to the final packaging, each and every process was meticulously explained to the curious students. The students were shown how the collected milk is filtered and then the pasteurisation process to free it from any contamination of germs.
Further they were explained the process of homogenization by which separation of cream from the collected milk takes place. This is done, as many prefer to have fat free milk. Then the students were shown how the packaging of milk takes place.
The students were very excited by the visit as it allowed them to gain knowledge on the working process of an item, which is a very essential part of life. Mayur Jain, Kashish Sharma, Anil Bonsode and Atul Panthi of Class VII said, “This is our first visit to Sanchi milk plant and we enjoyed it a lot. All of us like milk and we gained knowledge of the various process through which it has to pass before reaching us.” School teachers accompanied the students.
Nancy Azad of class X said, “I obtained beneficial knowledge about milk and milk products”. Namita Narwade of class VIII said, “Whenever my father use to bring Sanchi milk products, I think how these milk products are made but after visiting the milk plant all the quires ended”.
HT-PACE Teacher-Coordinator Seema Dubey in the school said, “I am very thankful to HT-PACE and Sanchi Milk Federation that organised educative and informative site visit. Plant Supervisor Mathur and his assistant Shivendra Singh Rathore also provided useful information about milk plant”.
At the end of the visit the students and teachers were served flavoured milk.
First Published: Oct 29, 2006 16:17 IST