M.Sc. programme in Food Processing TechnologyTezpur University
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B.Sc. with Chemistry as one of the subject/ B.Sc. (Home Science) with elective in Food and Nutrition/ B.Sc. (Fishery)/ B. Sc. (Agriculture)/ B. V. Sc. with a minimum 50% marks in major subjects or equivalent Grade Point Average. Candidate must have passed Mathematics as one of the subjects in 10+2 level. Candidate from university/ institutes which do not offer major/ honours must have minimum 50% mark in aggregate as applicable in case of major/ honours stated above.
The two year M.Sc. programme in Food Processing Technology was started in August, 2006 and has the unique distinction of being the only programme of its kind in the entire Northeast India. The first batch passed out in July, 2008.
The M.Sc. programme is intensive and the syllabus has incorporated core courses covering all areas of food technology and allied subjects as well as elective courses on technologies for processing various foods. A distinctive feature of the programme is the inclusion of courses on the application of electronics in food processing not generally found in many food technology curriculums.