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Undergraduate Programs
Duration: 2 years full time program, four semesters.
Intake: Only One intake per year, every year in the month of June/July
Entry Requirements:UG Degree in Botany / Zoology/ Biochemistry / B.Sc. Home Science / Family & Community Science / Nutrition & Dietetics / Food Science & Quality Control / Food Science & Nutrition / Nutrition / Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics with Chemistry / Food Service Management & Dietetics / PG Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics / Biochemistry at ancillary level / Biotech / Chemistry & Biology
Fees:Rs. 18500
  • Course Overview
    The Master program in Foods & Nutrition aims in providing Industry ready post graduates in the various specialized areas of Nutrition
    Food Processing and Preservation
    Therapeutic Nutrition
    Community Nutrition & Public health
  • Course Breakup
    I Year:
    The first year focuses on harnessing the skills on two key areas namely Community Nutrition and Therapeutic knowledge through theory and project work.
    II Year:
    The student gains knowledge in food processing which provides a promising career. The year also focuses on bringing the Research aptitude of students in solving the problems in current nutrition scenario.
  • Career Opportunities
    Our graduates enter the industry as highly skilled.
    Dieticians in Hospitals.
    Food Inspectors, Food Quality Controller and Quality Analyst in Food Industry.
    Nutrition Consultant in Commercial Food Companies
    Nutrition Project Officers in Government sectors like ICDS, Government Research Centers and NGOs.
    Researchers and Research Assistants in Food Research Organizations like NIN, DFRL, IGSI, CFTRI, CIFT.
    Diet counselors in MNCs and BPOs.
    Entrepreneurship through establishing Food Industries and Fitness Centre.
    Food Scientists.
    Diet consultant in Fitness Centres and as Health Club Co- ordinators in star hotels.




























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