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B.Tech Food Processing Technology

Program Details:

Food Processing Technology is the application of food science to the selection, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, and use of safe, nutritious, and wholesome food. Bachelor of Food Processing Technology degree teaches a combination of skills in food technology, management, and marketing. Food scientists and food technologists study the physical, microbiological, and chemical makeup of food. Depending on their area of specialization, Food Technologists may develop ways to process, preserve, package, or store food, according to industry and government specifications and regulations. Students cover subjects such as biochemistry, process engineering, food microbiology, food marketing and innovation, food and packaging engineering, food formulation technology, food preservation, food chemistry, industrial research techniques, food assessment techniques, and quality and reliability management.

Career prospects:

The employment Job Profile after B.Tech in Food Processing Technology are Process Engineer, Food Researcher, Project Manager, Food Consultant, Food Technologist, Production Manager, Food Application Specialist, Food Sales Representative, Public Sector Employment etc

Eligibility Criteria: 

Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics / Chemistry/Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/Informatics Practices/Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject / Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship from any recognised Board with a minimum of 45% marks or equivalent grade (40% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes)

OR

Passed min. 3 years Diploma examination with at least 45% marks,(40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category),subject to vacancies in the First Year, in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted.