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CDA Programs
The company has 45-50 CDAs at present who are incharge for covering the
Power
We are having a captive power plant of 9 MW bagasse-based power. We are planning

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CDA Programs

The company has 45-50 CDAs at present who are incharge for covering the entire cane area of villages (400-500 at present) under designated area of our mill M/s Tirupati Sugars Limited. They are responsible for overall cane development activities such as cane plantation, varietal improvement, yield improvement, cane survey, plant protection measures and demonstration for scientific techniques etc.

They also ensure cane availability and cane supply to factory. They also keep check in case of the diversion of cane to other factories /jaggary units from their assigned villages. We are providing company’s printed dress to the Field/CDA staff /Officers as a dress code. We prepare the weekly roster of CDA in their assigned villages as they are easily approachable by the grower community.

CDA & Officer Training: The Company conducts training program in house and also arrange outdoor faculty on different technical as well as behavioral issues. These programmes improve their skills, and sometimes various research stations are also visited to get the practical insightment on various issues like varietal identification, improved method of plantation, peculere symptoms of insect-pest & disease.




Power

We are having a captive power plant of 9 MW bagasse-based power. We are planning to produce 12 MW of bagasse-based power which will be exported to the State Power Grid. Since we had enhanced the crushing capacity of the plant from 2500 TCD to 7000 TCD, we have surplus bagasse for cogeneration of electricity.

Since the bagasse has a high heat factor, it can be used in the generation of electricity, which will substitute the conventional thermal alternative and eliminates the emission of greenhouse gases. At present, the sugar mills generate the power as per their own requirements from bagasse-fired boilers. The government of India and State Governments have begun to encourage the co-generation of power from bagasse and giving subsidy.


Bagasse

Bagasse, generated as a by-product, can be used profitably in two ways - for making paper and for the generation of steam/electricity. The manufacture of paper from Bagasse is an environment-friendly alternative over the conventional route of extracting pulp from trees.  The bagasse has a high heat factor, and used in the generation of electricity, which substitutes the conventional thermal alternative and eliminates the emission of greenhouse gases. At present, our sugar mills generate their power requirements from bagasse-fired boilers.

The government of India as well as Bihar Government is encouraging the co-generation of power from bagasse. By using the bagasse in generation of power/electricity the company can achieve two things: an improved return for sugar mills and the generation of electricity, which is in short supply in India.


Sugar

Sugar is produced in various grades according to size and colour of sugar from the evaporation of the juice that is extracted from the crushed cane. We are manufacturers various grades such as M-31, L-30, L-31 and S-31. This is widely used as a sweetener in food and beverages, pharmaceuticals and many more giant FMCG companies. In our country, different grades of sugar are used in different parts of the country.

The consumers in rural area migrating from the consumption of alternative sweeteners, towards sugar. The maximum portion of sugar sold and consumed within India is loose and packaged.