B.Sc. Food Science & Quality ControlMCM DAV College for Women
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Food Science graduates can be employed in food processing industries involving production and preservation. Their services can also be utilised by big catering agencies like Hotels and Airlines and also in Departments involving checking of quality control and food adulteration.
Students should have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the plus-two level.
B.Sc. Part I
a) Punjabi / History and Culture of Punjab (Only those who did not
study Punjabi in 10th) 1 Credit
b) Food Science and Quality Control, Chemistry, Botany / Zoology 2 Credits
c) Environmental Education
B.Sc. Part II
a) English 1 Credit
b) Three elective subjects studied in BSc Part - I 2 Credits
B.Sc. Part III
b) Three elective subjects studied in BSc Part - II 2 Credits
iii) On-the-job training.