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    Planning to opt for post graduation in Food Science and Technology? Looking out for eligibility criteria and scope ? Here, read the advice and suggestions provided by experts to your queries.

    I have completed BSc in MLT and want to study of MSc Food Science and Technology course at SV University IR Kufos Kerala. What is the eligibility of this course and future scope? If eligible, how to prepare for the PGCET entrance exam? Are there any books available?
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  • There is one institute called Central food Technology research institute(CFTRI) in Mysore and branches in other places. It is a special research institute for food technology which provides good jobs to Food Scientists. There are many other posts for these qualified people. So you can definitely pursue this course without any thinking back. You have to complete your B.Sc with Chemistry as one of the subjects for appearing for the entrance test. The University will announce a common entrance test for PG courses in various universities in AP. You please go to the website of the university. You will get all the details of course details, examination pattern and details of the examination. Once you get a good rank you can opt for this course. There are books available for preparing for PGCET. Once you decide on the course and University you can get the details on the internet.

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  • Eligiblity Criteria for M.Sc. Food Science and Technology
    Minimum eligibility required to apply for admission to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Food Science and Technology is to complete Graduation in food science/ engineering/ chemistry/ biochemistry/ biology/ microbiology and other related fields.

    For details about this course like admission procedure, course duration and job opportunities visit below link:

    Admission for M.Sc. Food Science and Technology


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