Am I eligible to apply for M.Sc in food and nutrition? I have done Diploma in food & nutrition and got 1st division.

Asked about IIEST Shibpur - Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology - M.Sc. in Food Processing and Nutrition Science

I have also completed B.Sc course.

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    Surbhi Mathur | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Yes, you can pursue M.Sc in food and nutrition and it will provide you wide and great job opportunities in this field.
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    Candidates must have a Bachelors degree from a recognized university in home science or nutrition or dietetics or food science or biology or microbiology or clinical biochemistry or life sciences or BNYS (Naturopathy) or BAMS (Ayurveda) or PG Diploma in dietetics with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
    So, you are eligible for this course.
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    Raj shakya #ReadyToHelp | Scholar-Level 16

    3 years ago
    Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in home science or nutrition or dietetics or food science or biology or microbiology or clinical biochemistry or life sciences or BNYS (Naturopathy) or BAMS (Ayurveda) or PG Diploma in dietetics with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
    So, you are eligible for this course.
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    Ashish Shirsat | Contributor-Level 10

    3 years ago
    Hi Priyanka,
    Yes, as you completed your B.Sc, you are eligible for doing MSc in food and nutrition.
    Tilak Maharashtra University, Pune offers this course.
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    Swapnaneel Bhuiya | Scholar-Level 17

    3 years ago
    Yes, since you have done B.Sc, you can do M.Sc in Food and Nutrition. You can do Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics. Diverse job opportunities exist in front of nutritionists and dieticians in India. Both Government and private sector job opportunities are available in front of them.Talking about the Government sector, some of the well-known recruiters include-Government hospitalsCommunity health centresGovernment Schemes and Missions (like ICDS, NHRM etc)Government Organizations (like FNB, ICMR, Public Health Foundation etc)Government R&D unitsGovernment Nursing homesGovernment Nutrition Education InstitutesComing to the private sector, some... view more
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    iam ssuhana | Guide-Level 14

    3 years ago
    Yes, since you have done B.Sc, you can do M.Sc in Food and Nutrition. You can do Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics. Diverse job opportunities exist in front of nutritionists and dieticians in India. Both Government and private sector job opportunities are available in front of them.Talking about the Government sector, some of the well-known recruiters include-Government hospitalsCommunity health centresGovernment Schemes and Missions (like ICDS, NHRM etc)Government Organizations (like FNB, ICMR, Public Health Foundation etc)Government R&D unitsGovernment Nursing homesGovernment Nutrition Education InstitutesComing to the private sector, some... view more
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    Dr Uma Sinha | Scholar-Level 17

    3 years ago
    Hi,
    Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in home science or nutrition or dietetics or food science or biology or microbiology or clinical biochemistry or life sciences or BNYS (Naturopathy) or BAMS (Ayurveda) or PG Diploma in dietetics with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
    So you are eligible for this course.
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    Ankit Kumar

    5 years ago
    Sorry, I am not so matured to answer your question, as I am mainly focusing on UG courses and other UG examinations. So, it will be better if you can approach to another CR.
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    OMKAR PHALE An Undergraduate student who loves to travel. | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    Hello Priyanka,
    To be eligible to do M.Sc. Food Technology course in Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), you must have completed Bachelor's degree in Science/ Agriculture/ Engineering/ Technology with minimum aggregate of 50% (45% in case of SC/ST candidates) marks from a recognised board.
    Admissions are offered on the basis of marks scored in Bachelor's degree and entrance examination, 50% weightage is given to each. So, by having good score in Bachelor's degree and entrance examination, you can get admission to do M.Sc. Food Technology course in CFTRI.
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    Sakshi Sharma

    4 years ago
    For M.Sc in FN you need to have B.Sc degree in either of the following courses:
    Home science with FN as main
    Biochemistry
    Food technology
    Dietetics

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