MOST of us learn the theoretical aspects of science right through school. Applied Science differs from basic science because the latter seeks to describe the most fundamental objects and forces having less emphasis on practical applications. It includes testing a theoretical model through the use of formal science or solving a practical problem through the use of natural science. Here we try and look at interesting and non-conventional courses in Applied Science.
THE course of Associateship of National Sugar Institute (Sugar Engineering) enables students to conduct research in various aspects of sugar manufacturing. It trains candidates to provide technical advice to sugar and allied industries in the matters related to mills, boilers, power house, steam balance and surplus power generation. The diploma-holders can apply for positions like Assistant Engineers, Production Engineers in the sugar industry. Along with theoretical knowledge, students get plant training at an experimental sugar factory established inside NSI. Established in 1936 as Imperial Institute of Sugar Technology, it was rechristened as National Sugar Institute in 1957 after India attained independence. To get admission to this course, students do not need any experience in this specific industry. As per norms, around 25 students from different categories are selected yearly on the basis of a pan-India written entrance test.
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