M. Sc. Food Science and Technology
Food is one of the basic necessities for survival. Providing food security to the teeming millions is a day–to–day challenge that developing countries are facing today. The study and application of food science and technology principles would enable us to combat such difficult situations. In an era of increasing population, decreasing energy sources and increasing poverty, it is but imperative that appropriate technology, with an aim towards providing food security be developed. Applications in the realm of food production, processing and preservation could help transform the economic and cultural structure of developing nations across the globe.
1. Acquaint the student with the basic scientific understanding of foods and food processing as determined through biochemistry, chemistry, microbiology, physics, and other sciences.
2. Provide an insight into the process of translating scientific discovery into innovative food processing technologies.
3. Food Science and Technology is the key to the conversion of raw agricultural materials into a wide variety of properly processed and preserved foods, thus contributing to the well-being, economy, standard of living, and progress of humanity.
4. Demonstrate process, equipment and packages for food industry.
5. Train manpower in Food Science, Food technology, Nutrition, Engineering, Marketing, Business Management and Product Development to meet demand of rapidly increasing food based industries.
A graduate student having completed three years Science degree programme in Biotechnology /Bioinformatics/ Life sciences / Zoology / Botany / Chemistry / Microbiology / Applied Biology / Biochemistry / Genetics / M.B.B.S. / B.D.S. / M. V. Sc. with minimum 50% marks.
July 2020 to April 2022
1. Graduation / Equivalent Examination mark statement and Certificate.
2. Post Graduation / Equivalent Examination mark statement and Certificate, if applicable.
3. Bonafide and character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended .
4. Leaving and / or Transfer Certificate from the Institute last attended.
5. Migration Certificate
6. Aadhar Card
7. Income / Salary Certificate of Parent
8. Residence Proof
9. Backward Class / Caste Certificate if applicable, duly verified by the Competent Authority
10. Passport (in case of Foreign Nationals / Wards of Indian Origin / Wards of Non Resident Indians)
11. Physical Fitness Certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner.
Semester – I
• Food Chemistry
• Food Microbiology
• Principles of Food Processing
• Unit Operations in Food Engineering
Semester – II
• Food Analysis and Instrumentation
• Food processing I
• Industrial Food Fermentation
• Research Methodology and Scientific Writing
Semester – III
• Food Packaging
• Food Processing II
• Nutraceuticals, Functional Foods and Food Additives
• IPR, QC and Food Safety Laws