Department of Agro-processing has been running in this university with the vision to foster agro-processing education and research since 2007.  The academics and researchers of this department are devoting their efforts to applying post-harvest processing sciences for the safe and convenient consumption and use of agricultural commodities. Students apply engineering knowledge to transform agricultural produce and biomass into value-added products such as food, biofuel, and biochemicals. The study topics include food products development, storage, transportation, food preservation, the industrial processing of food and enzymatic reaction, fermentation, biomaterials, and technologies of product separations. The department of Agro-Processing offers a graduate program leading to MS degree in Food Engineering.