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Bachelor of Technology in Food Technology


Aspiring to become a food technologist? Want to know what a food technologist does? Or do you want to gain technical expertise in processing, packaging and storage of food? Learn everything about food through the course B.Tech Food Technology. Learn here the details of the course, the colleges and the prospects.

Course Name: B.Tech Food Technology
Group: B.Tech
Stream: Science
Course Category: Food and Beverage
Duration: 4 Years

Overview


Bachelor of Food Technology deals with food engineering and food sciences. It deals with various food processing, packaging and storage techniques. It involves studying the nutritive values of food and their chemical composition. By studying the microbiology of food and food products, a food technologist gets to understand them in the raw form. A food technologist is also known by the name of food technocrat and food scientist. A course in food technology is very appropriate for those who are looking for a career in food related industries. It’s due to the efforts of food technologists that the food processing industry is growing at such a rapid pace.

Eligibility and course duration


Should have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Maths or Biology with minimum 55% marks in aggregate. Students are admitted to this course through entrance tests like the JEE Mains.

Duration of this degree course is 4 years.



Colleges offering B.Tech Food Technology course in India

College NameUniversityState
A. D. Patel Institute of TechnologyGujarat Technological UniversityGujarat
A.C. College of Engineering and TechnologyAnna University ChennaiTamil Nadu
AKS UniversityMadhya Pradesh
Amity School of engineering & technologyAmity University Delhi
Arulmigu Kalasalingam College of EngineeringKalasalingam UniversityTamil Nadu
Biyani International Institute of Engineering & Technology For GirlsRajasthan Technical UniversityRajasthan
College Of Food TechnologyMarathwada Agricultural UniversityMaharashtra
Doon Valley Institute of Engineering and TechnologyKurukshetra UniversityHaryana
Education Society'sCollege Of Food TechnologyMarathwada Agricultural UniversityMaharashtra
Faculty of Engineering &Technology AgraUttar Pradesh Technical UniversityUttar Pradesh
Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & TechnologyGuru Jambeshwar UniversityHaryana
Guru Nanak Dev University CollegeGuru Nanak Dev UniversityPunjab
Haldia Institute of TechnologyMaulana Abul Kalam Azad University of TechnologyWest Bengal
Harcourt Butler Technological InstituteGautam Buddh Technical UniversityUttar Pradesh
Institute of Chemical Technology, MumbaiUniversity of MumbaiMaharashtra
K S Rangasamy College of Technology, NamakkalAnna University ChennaiTamil Nadu
Kongu Engineering College, ErodeTamil Nadu
Laxminarayan Institute of TechnologyRashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur UniversityMaharashtra
Lovely Professional UniversityLovely Professional UniversityPunjab
Lovely School of Technolgy And SciencesLovely Professional UniversityPunjab
National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship And ManagementHaryana
Rajiv Gandhi College of Food TechnologyMarathwada Agricultural UniversityMaharashtra
Sanskriti Institute of Mnagement & TechnologyGautam Buddh Technical UniversityUttar Pradesh
Techno India CollegeMaulana Abul Kalam Azad University of TechnologyWest Bengal
Techno India for WomenGujarat VidyapeethGujarat
TKM institute of TechnologyCochin University of Science & TechnologyKerala
University Institute Of Chemical Engineering And TechnologyPanjab UniversityPunjab

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More about this course


Over the years, because of modernization and improvement in technology, the food processing industry has been growing very rapidly. This course is all the more useful to cope up with the challenges in the food processing industry and in feeding the ever increasing global population. The course helps in understanding the dynamics of food engineering that enables us in doing value addition to a variety of food and food products. Food technology courses are practical oriented courses. As such, other than the usual summer training, students have to undergo industrial training at the end of the course as part of their project work.

Job opportunities


Most of the jobs in this field are in the food processing industries. There are numerous opportunities in areas such as processing, packaging, storage, nutrition and food research. Students also gain skills in entrepreneurship and in opening their own food units. There are also opportunities to study further in this field by doing postgraduate courses such as M.Tech. One can also opt for research in this field. There are jobs in both the private and the public sector. There are numerous private companies in this field, who are into fruits and vegetable processing, dairy products, bakery, confectioneries and food processing equipment manufacturing. FCI or Food Corporation of India is one of the public sector enterprises which is also into this business. Other than in food processing these technologists or scientists are employed in areas like quality assurance, research and development.

B.Tech Food Technology Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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