Food Science and Technology
Food scientists study the microbiological, physical and chemical properties of food and ingredients to make sure they are safe for consumers. Responsibilities of the job include:
- Evaluating the nutritional value, colour, flavour and texture of food
- Testing food samples for particular types of moulds, yeast and bacteria that may be harmful
- Ensuring that food manufacturing processes conform with government, processing, consumer and industry standards
- Exploring alternative manufacturing methods
- Producing new food products
- Working closely with other food production staff including microbiologists, engineers, packaging specialists and buyers
- Establishing low-cost wholesale food production methods
- Investigating and setting standards for safety and quality.
- Strong teamworking skills.
- Good communication skills
- Being a confident independent worker
- Good business, IT, analytical and numerical abilities
- Knowledge of a range of sciences and their applications to food
- Meticulous attention to detail, particularly with regard to health, safety and hygiene
10+2 education completed in the Science stream, from a recognized educational Board
Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)- AIEEA
All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA)-UG shall be conducted for admission to Bachelor Degree programmes in Agriculture and allied sciences (other than veterinary sciences), at Agricultural Universities on 15% of the University seats (100% seats in RLB CAU Jhansi, NDRI Karnal and Dr. RP CAU Pusa, Bihar)
10+2 examination or equivalent/Inter (Agriculture) with PCM/ PCB/ PCMB/ PCA/ PCH subject combinations with 50% marks in aggregate
Question Paper for AIEEA-UG:
There will be only one question paper consisting of 180 multiple-choice objective type questions-
- Physics, Chemistry and Biology (or Agriculture) for “STREAM– A”
- Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics for “STREAM–B”.
- The question paper will be in ENGLISH and HINDI.
- For each incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted from the total score.
Delhi University, New Delhi
- Course: B.Sc (Hons.) Food Technology/ Home Science
- Eligibility: Class XII or equivalent with Science stream (PCM/PCB)
- Admission Mode: Marks Based
Some Colleges Under Delhi University
- Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences
- Institute of Home Economics (W)
- Lady Irwin College (W)
- Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women (W)
Panjab University Affiliated Colleges, Chandigarh
- Course: B.Voc in Food Science and Technology
- Eligibility: 12th with Science Stream
- Admission Mode: Marks
Colleges under PU
- DAV College Sector-10
- Goswami Ganesh Dutta S.D. College, Sector-32
Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana
- Course: B.Tech. (Food Technology)
- Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology/ Agriculture with at least 50% marks in aggregate/ Certificate course in Food Processing and Preservation from SLIET, Longowal
- Admission Mode Entrance Test CET
Amity University, Noida
- Course: B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science, B.Tech (Food Technology)
- Eligibility: 10+2 (min 60%) with PCM/PCB
- English Language Test
- Subject Based Written Test
Mumbai University, Mumbai
- Course: B.Sc in Home Science
- Eligibility: 12th pass out
- Admission Mode: Marks Based
- Quality manager.
- Technical brewer.
- Food technologist.
- Nutritional therapist.
- Regulatory affairs officer.
- Scientific laboratory technician.
- Product/process development scientist.
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