M.Sc Food Technology (Research)

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MSc Food Technology Research is connected with the food sector`s research, academic, and industry demands. The programme was developed with assistance from industry and alumni in senior positions worldwide to satisfy the needs for research and innovation in the food processing and preservation sectors. This course enables students to do study and experiments in a variety of fields, including food processing, engineering, packaging, nutrition, and preservation. They integrate into the industry-academia ecosystem to facilitate research and development, therefore satisfying the global need for food scientists and technologists. They get an understanding of important components of quality assurance, food formulation standardisation, additives, hazard analysis, and food safety in the processed food industry. Candidates may find employment opportunities with a small or big global corporation, a government agency, a university, or another organisation. Additionally, candidates may find employment in the public sector with organisations such as The Food Corporation of India, Modern Food Corporation, and North-Eastern Agricultural Marketing Corporation. They may also become Research Scientists, who are in charge of the industry`s ongoing research and development programmes. Researchers work on a range of initiatives with the government, food research institutes, and food industries.


Duration: 2 years Level: Post-Graduation Mode: Full-Time Eligibility: Bachelors of Science Chemistry/Biochemistry/Botany/Zoology/Microbiology/Biotechnology/Home Science/Agriculture/Food Science and Nutrition/Food Technology or equivalent CGPA. , or any other related field. They should have a minimum aggregate of 60% in their bachelor’s from a recognized university. Admission is based on Merit and entrance exams iun some universities.


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