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For BS. Honors:
Intermediate or A-levels or equivalent both pre-medical and pre-engineering with minimum 50% marks
3 Year Diploma holders for Food Sciences and Technology from an accredited Vocational/ Technology Colleges (as per government rules)
Valid NTS score
Entry test with 50% passing marks
The fee structure for an undergraduate Food science and Nutrition degree is same as for other BS. Program which could be around 10 thousand per year in a public university .However for a private university it all depends upon the duration and course content which the institute is rendering as different courses have different credit hours, thus charges are different for each course.
Food and nutrition offers varied opportunities for its pass-outs they can work as Food Technologist
Food Chemist, Food Analyst, Food Engineer, Production Manager, Product Application Officer, Quality Control Manager, Quality Assurance Officer etc. Moreover these graduates have open fields to pursue their studies in postgraduate programs and are then hired on higher designation as professors and Researchers in various academic and research organizations. They could be hired as Food Inspector. Some Pharmaceutical industries also requires and nutrition experts in their manufacturing and quality control areas. Qualified graduates can even reach ministries of Health, Education, food & agriculture and Science & Technology,
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