The Honorable Union Minister of Food Processing Industries has rechristened IICPT as Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology (IIFPT) on 31st March 2017.
The National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Management - Thanjavur (NIFTEM-T) is a pioneer Research and Educational Institution below the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India. Dr. V. Subrahmanyan. an eminent scientist and founder Director, Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore, after his retirement, began out PPRC in 1967 as R & D laboratory withinside the Modern Rice Mill complicated of Thanjavur Co-operative Marketing Federation (TCMF) at Tiruvarur, Tamil Nadu, India below the committed management and the cap in position steerage of late.
Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology was accredited by AICTE. Ranked 81 For B.Tech By NIRF 2021.
National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Management courses are offered at various levels like Undergraduate Degree (i.e Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) Food Technology, etc.), Postgraduate Degree (i.e Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in Food Process Technology, etc.). You can also find a brief overview of the different courses offered by the university across various disciplines with their specializations on the Course page.
The campus has separate hostels for women and men with nicely provided rooms and prepared with modern facilities, studying rooms, tv, and tune rooms. The hostel messes offer nutritionally balanced, healthful, and engaging food. Hostel existence at IIFPT is a combination of a laugh and learning. For the sake of undertaking video games like carom board, badminton, football, and cricket are available.
The institute has wonderful sports activities and undertaking facilities on campus, with committed centers for table tennis, volleyball, foot, and ball badminton. Students take part frequently in Inter-Collegiate, Inter-University, and State Level Tournaments and feature gained laurels for IIFPT.
Admission to the program is given on the basis of the candidate’s merit in the qualifying examination and marks obtained in the written test.
To serve as a national institution for research, education and training in the area of post harvest processing of crops of wetlands and storm prone regions. To undertake basic, applied and adoptive research in post-production sector of cyclone/storm prone areas and wetlands, also including plantation, spices and other important crops.
Gaining an increased understanding of living organisms with a view to increasing its application in the grain industry. Developing a strong human resource capacity for the processing industry. Providing a sound scientific basis for decision making in food security, safe environment and addressing the concerns of the consumers. Generate and upgrade the scientific knowledge in the area of food grains for maximizing, conservation and utilization of food grains.