Raw milk has to pass through rigorous examination which may include organoleptic,physical and chemical tests to assess the quality of intake milk rapidly, and decide for its acceptance or rejection. All these tests known as “platform tests” are performed on each can/tanker to assess the quality of the incoming milk before it is accepted and weighed. These tests must be easy to perform, give quick and reliable results and should not require complicated and elaborate equipment. The classification of milk on the basis of quality is usually referred to “grading of milk”.So grading of milk is done on the basis of platform tests which include organoleptic as well as preliminary tests.The milk is collected from various sources and transported to milk scheme for processing, marketing and distribution. Large quantity of milk is supplied to the plant through different agencies, so that is subjected to check for its suitability. Hence it is essential to examine the milk by using different platform tests like organoleptic evaluation (OE), Clot on boiling test (COP), Alcohol test (AT), Sediment test (ST), Resazurin test (RT).