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Culinary Arts is nothing but the art of cooking. A Culinary Arts course trains aspirants to prepare, cook as well as present food/ meals in an effective and attractive manner. Pursuing courses in the field of Culinary Arts is an ideal choice for aspirants who want to make a career in the field of food and beverage management, kitchen management as well as other hospitality and food related job profiles.

Culinary Arts courses inculcate operational, technical and managerial skills in candidates which help them to excel in the culinary sector of the hospitality industry.

Aspirants can pursue Culinary Arts courses at the undergraduate (UG) as well as postgraduate (PG) level. Culinary Arts courses offered at the UG level are mostly of three years duration. Popular UG level courses in Culinary Arts include Bachelors in Hospitality Management - Culinary Specialisation, BVoc in Bakery and Cookery, BA in Culinary Arts, Bachelor of Catering Technology and Culinary Arts, BVoc in Culinary Operations, BSc in Culinary Science, BHM with Culinary Arts, BA in International Culinary Arts, etc.

Candidates can also pursue Culinary Arts courses at the PG level. Culinary Arts courses offered at the PG level are usually of three years duration. Apart from these courses, in the sphere of Culinary Arts aspirants can also pursue diploma courses such as Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Hospital Food Service, Diploma in Culinary Arts of Italian Cuisine, Post Graduate Diploma in Culinary Arts, Post Graduate Diploma in Bakery and Confectionery, Diploma in Food And Beverage Service (UG course), Post Graduate Diploma in Bakery Science and Technology, Diploma in Hotel Management (Food and Beverage Service), Diploma in Food Production and Patisserie and the likes.

Popular Culinary Arts UG Courses and Entrance Exams 

Most popular colleges offer admission to aspirants in Culinary Arts courses on the basis of merit. But some colleges also shortlist aspirants for admission in a Culinary Arts course on the basis of an entrance exam. The entrance exams conducted to shortlist aspirants for Hotel Management and Culinary Arts courses mostly evaluate candidates on the basis of multiple choice questions asked from subjects such as General Knowledge, English and Logical Reasoning. Although there are not many entrance exams that are exclusive for Culinary Arts courses but aspirants can go through some popular hotel management entrance exams on the basis which they can get shortlisted for admission in Culinary Arts courses in the India:

NCHMCT JEE

MAH HM CET

IIHM eCHAT

GNIHM JET

Also Read: Aspirants can view other popular hospitality & travel entrance exams here.

Required Skillset for Culinary Arts

In order to make a career in the field of Culinary Arts, candidates need to possess a love for food along with a service minded approach. Some key skills that an aspirant should possess when they consider pursuing a Culinary Arts course are listed below:

Attention to detail

Creativity

Cooking Skills

Knowledge of food ingredients

Culinary expertise

Good decision making skills

Cleanliness

Multitasking abilities

Responsible

Discipline

Ability to adjust in any situation

Outgoing personality

Good listener

Customer oriented approach

Pleasant personality

Polite demeanor

Commitment

Dedication

Confidence

Willingness to work long and odd hours

Culinary Arts Eligibility Criteria

Candidates are eligible to pursue a Culinary Arts course offered at the UG level if they have completed their 10+2 from a recognised board with passing marks. On the other hand, to pursue a PG course in the field of Culinary Arts, candidates need to be graduates. Here, aspirants who possess a graduation degree in hotel/ hospitality management are preferred. But candidates from other fields/ streams are also eligible to apply for PG level Culinary Arts courses provided they possess the required expertise and skill-set.

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Course Curriculum of Culinary Arts

The curriculum of a Culinary Arts course varies from college to college and is also dependent on the degree that is offered to candidates on completion of the course. Some of the common topics that are taught in a Culinary Arts course that is offered at the UG level are:  

Course Curriculum for UG Level Culinary Arts Courses

Course

Syllabus

BA in Culinary Arts

  • Planning and Managing Food Production
  • World Food
  • Menu Planning and Product Development
  • Food and Beverage Operations Management
  • Finance in Hospitality
  • Rooms Divisions Operations Management
  • Customer Service
  • Contemporary Gastronomy
  • Creative Patisserie
  • Food Safety Management
  • Contemporary Hospitality and Marketing
  • The Developing Manager and Human Resources Management
  • Product Development
  • Brand Management
  • Strategic Management

BHM Culinary Arts

  • Optional Languages
  • Food & Beverage Production - I
  • Food & Beverage Production - II Practical
  • Food & Beverage Service - I
  • Food & Beverage Service - I Practical
  • Front Office - I
  • Front Office - I Practical
  • Housekeeping - I
  • Housekeeping - I Practical
  • Hospitality Communication
  • Constitution of India & Human Rights
  • Food & Beverage Production - I
  • Food & Beverage Production - II Practical
  • Food & Beverage Service - II
  • Food & Beverage Service - II Practical
  • Hygiene & Food Safety
  • Travel & Tourism Management
  • Hospitality Communication - II
  • Environment & Public Health
  • Food & Beverage Production - III
  • Food & Beverage Production - III Practical
  • Food & Beverage Service - III
  • Food & Beverage Service - III Practical
  • Front Office - II
  • Front Office - II Practical
  • Housekeeping - II
  • Housekeeping - II Practical
  • Fundamentals of Computers
  • Food & Beverage Production - IV
  • Food & Beverage
  • Production - IV Practical
  • Food & Beverage Services - IV
  • Food & Beverage Services - IV Practical
  • Front Office - III
  • Food & Beverage Service Management
  • Food & Beverage Service Management Practical
  • Hotel Financial Accounting
  • Management Principles & Practice
  • Computers in Hospitality Service - I
  • Computers in Hospitality Service - I Practical
  • Marketing of Hospitality Services
  • Human Resources Development
  • Hotel Law
  • Hotel Economic & Statistics
  • French
  • Professional Elective
  • Food & Beverage Production Management
  • Food & Beverage Production Management
  • Accommodations Management
  • Hotel Costing
  • Computers in Hospitality Services
  • Computers in Hospitality Services Practical
  • Hospitality Law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Allied Hospitality Management
  • Financial Management in Hotels
  • Professional Elective - I
  • Professional Elective - II
  • Project on Marketing Feasibility & Fun. Viability
  • Accommodation Management
  • Marketing of Hospitality Services
  • Computers in Hospitality Services
  • Computer in Hospitality Services(Practical)

Bachelor of Catering Technology and Culinary Arts

  • Fundamentals of Food Production
  • Food & Beverage Service
  • Accommodation Operations
  • Front Office and French
  • Communicative English and Hygiene & Sanitation
  • Environmental Science
  • Basic Computer Applications
  • Principles of Indian Gastronomy
  • Baking Principles & Patisserie
  • Food & Beverage Matching – I
  • Culinary French and Basic Accountancy
  • Nutrition & Food Service
  • Introduction to Management
  • Computer Applications – I
  • Culinary Arts & Concepts & European Confectionery
  • Fundamentals of Art & Sculpture
  • Food & Beverage Matching – II
  • Labour Legislation & Hotel Law
  • International Baking and Material Management
  • Sales and Marketing Management
  • Cuisine Facility Planning & Design
  • Food & Beverage Costing

BVoc in Culinary Operations

  • Fundamentals of Computers
  • General Communication – English
  • Food Science & Nutrition
  • Identification and Classification of Commodities
  • Cooking Techniques
  • Basics of Indian Cookery
  • Basic French
  • Organisation & Safety (Kitchen)
  • Principles of Purchasing and Storing
  • Planning of Basic Menus
  • Basics of Continental Cookery
  • Basics of Pan-Asian Cookery
  • Culinary French
  • Facilities Planning and Equipment
  • Business Communication
  • Cooking and Presenting Regional Indian Cuisine
  • Cooking and Presenting Italian Cuisine
  • Cooking and Presenting French Cuisine
  • Environmental Science
  • Operations Management (Catering)
  • General Science
  • Cooking and Presenting Oriental Cuisine
  • Advanced Cooking Techniques
  • Basics of Bakery and Confectionary
  • Principles of Management
  • Systems Operations (Catering)
  • Accounting and Cost Control
  • Advanced Bakery and Confectionary
  • Garde Manger
  • Global Cuisine
  • Behavioral Skills
  • Staff Management and Labour Laws
  • Customer Relation Management
  • Innovative Cookery, Food Art & Photography
  • Function Catering

BSc in Culinary Science

  • Introduction to Hospitality Industry (Th.)
  • Basics of Food Production (Th.)
  • Basics of Food & Beverage Service (Th.)
  • Introduction to Front office and Accommodation (Th.)
  • Communication Skills- (Th.)
  • Culinary Skills I (Pr.)
  • Baking Skills I(Pr.)
  • Restaurant Service (Pr.)
  • Indian Cuisine (Th.)
  • Regional & Staple Food (Th.)
  • Food & Beverage Studies (Th.)
  • Fundamentals of Information Technology (Th.)
  • Nutrition & Food Science (Th.)
  • International Culinary Art (Pr.)
  • Indian Culinary Art (Pr.)
  • Baking Skills II(Pr.)
  • Fundamentals of Information Technology (Pr.)
  • Eastern Indian Cuisine and Culture (Th.)
  • Beverage Studies (Th.)
  • Food Cost Controls (Th.)
  • Larder & Charcuterie (Th.)
  • Gastronomy (Th.)
  • Regional Indian Cuisine (Quantity) (Pr.)
  • Intermediate Bakery & Confectionary (Pr.)
  • Larder & Short Order Cookery (Pr.)
  • Industrial Training (16 weeks)
  • Training Report & Log Book
  • Advanced Food Production (Th.)
  • Food Legislation (Th.)
  • Indian Culture & Traditions (Th.)
  • PAN Asian Cuisine (Th.)
  • Techniques of Pan Asian Cuisine (Pr.)
  • Contemporary European Cuisine (Pr.)
  • Advanced Techniques of Baking & Pasty (Pr.)
  • Personality Development (Pr.)
  • Kitchen Facilities Planning (Th.)
  • Environmental Consciousness (Th.)
  • Entrepreneurship & Restaurant Start up (Th.)
  • Food safety Management (Th.)
  • Culinary Elective
  • Art of Garde Manger (Pr.)
  • Food & Beverage – Alcoholic & Non Alcoholic (Pr.)

BA in International Culinary Arts

  • Food Production
  • Bakery & Patisserie
  • Hygiene Sanitation & Food Nutrition
  • Food Service Operations
  • Business Communication
  • Hotel Accountancy
  • Principles of Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Food Production Operations
  • Bakery, Pastry And Confectionary Operations
  • Food & Beverage Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Hotel Accountancy
  • Management Information System
  • Kitchen & Bakery
  • Anthropology of Food
  • Contemporary Issues
  • Food Philosophy
  • Strategic Management
  • Contemporary issues in Professional Practice

Diploma in Food And Beverage Service (UG course)

  • Development of catering industry, job prospects and careers in the catering industry; Different types of catering establishments
  • Different types of cutlery, crockery, silverware, flatware, hollowware and glassware used in a standard catering establishment
  • Rules for laying of table and waiting
  • Table Sauces – compliments /garnishes
  • Meals and Menu planning
  • Staff organisation of F&B Department
  • Functions of pantry and sections of pantry
  • Specifications of light and heavy duty equipment, Restaurant, Pantry and Still room equipment
  • Simple methods of restaurant sales
  • Different types Ice creams / Sundaes / Shakes and their service
  • Buffet, Layout, Display & Service. Banquets, inquiry forms, sitting space, seating arrangements
  • Room service of breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner; Beverages -alcoholic or non-alcoholic.
  • Knowledge of Spirits
  • Bar lay out, operation and licensing

BS c in Culinary Arts with Specialization in Bakery & Pastry Art Management

  • Communications/ Management Principles
  • Professional Baking Cake/ Introduction to Culinary Science
  • Baking Sweetbreads/ Human Resources Management
  • Financial & Cost Accountancy/ Professional Baking Sweetbreads
  • Consumer Behaviour/ Bakery Operations Management
  • B Microbiology/ B Baked Foods-Product Development
  • Hygiene & Safety/ Professional Baking Bread
  • Quality Assurance Baking/ Baking Technology
  • Baking Morning Goods & Biscuits/ Services Marketing
  • Baking Technology/ Professional Baking Tarts & Pastries
  • Food Entrepreneurship/ Baked Food-Product Test
  • Artisan Breads Technology/ Baked Foods Functional Ingredients & Allergens

Craftsmanship Course in Cookery

  • Indian Cuisine
  • Continental/ International Cuisine/ Oriental

 

The course curriculum of Diploma and Certificate courses offered in the field of Culinary Arts are listed below:

Course Curriculum for Diploma & Certificate Courses in Culinary Arts

Course

Syllabus

Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Hospital Food Service

  • Human Physiology
  • Applied Biochemistry
  • Therapeutic Dietetics -1
  • Nutritional Perspective In Community-1
  • Nutrition Industry Management-1
  • Food Safety in Food Service Establishment
  • Therapeutic Dietetics-II
  • Nutritional Perspective in Community-II
  • Nutrition Industry Mgt.-II
  • Sports Nutrition
  • New Product Development Research

Diploma in Culinary Arts of Italian Cuisine

  • Basic Techni. and Fundamentals of Italian Cuisine
  • Techniques for Meat and Vegetable Preparation
  • Culinary History and Geography of Italy
  • Basic Italian Language and Cooking Glossary Terms
  • Italian Cuisine and Culture
  • Products and Raw Materials
  • Guest Chef Demo
  • Cooking Techniques and Practice
  • Wines
  • Pastry
  • Italian Language
  • Visits to production sites
  • Briefings and progress evaluations

Post Graduate Diploma in Culinary Arts

  • Culinary Skill And Techniques
  • Nutrition & Food Safety
  • Food & Beverage Cost Control
  • Business Communication & Professional Development
  • Culinary Skill And Technique Practical
  • Baking & Pastry Skills Practical
  • Cuisines Of Asia Practical
  • Food & Beverage Service Practical
  • Food Production Operations
  • Anthropology And Food Sociology
  • Leadership And Management For Chefs
  • Computer Applications
  • Institutional Catering & Banqueting Practical
  • Cuisines Of The World Practical
  • Patisserie Production Management Practical
  • Culinary Artistry And Food Styling Practical
  • Professional Development Externship

Post Graduate Diploma in Bakery and Confectionery

  • Theory of Bakery & Bakery Fundamentals
  • Basic Bread & International Breads
  • Different Types of Pastries- Short Crust, Choux, Flaky (Pies, Tarts, Eclairs, Puff)
  • Cupcakes, Donuts, Croissants
  • Gateaux and Pastries
  • Basic Cake Decoration and Art
  • Different Types of Icing and Design - Butter, Royal, Fresh Cream
  • Basic Chocolate Making
  • Basic Sugar Craft
  • Exotic Desserts
  • Communication Skill
  • Hygiene and Sanitation
  • Bakery Kitchen Management

Post Graduate Diploma in Bakery Science and Technology

  • Wheat Grain Structure, quality and mealing
  • Functionality of wheat flour components and bakery ingredients
  • Quality Testing of Wheat Flour and Bakery Products
  • Rheology and Chemistry of Dough
  • Bread Industry and Processes
  • Soft Wheat Products and Processes

Diploma in Bakery and Confectionery

  • Introduction to Bakery
  • Scope of Bakery & Confectionery
  • Bakery terms
  • Organisation chart of Bakery
  • Different types of flours available,
  • Constituents of flours,
  • pH Value of flour,
  • Water absorption power of flour,
  • Gluten, diastatic capacity of flour,
  • Grade of flour
  • Role of flour, water, yeast, salt
  • Sugar, milk and fats
  • Knowledge of Baker's yeast
  • Bread improvers-improving physical
  • quality
  • Knowledge and working of various
  • Types of oven
  • Baking temperatures for bread
  • Confectionery goods.
  • Straight dough method
  • Delayed salt method
  • No time dough method
  • Sponge and dough method
  • Characteristics of good bread
  • Bread faults and their remedies
  • Bakery layout
  • Quality control
  • Ingredient used in Cake Making
  • Types & Varieties
  • Cake Making Methods
  • Basic Pastries
  • Balancing cake formula
  • Characteristic of Cakes
  • Cake Faults and remedies
  • Types of icing
  • Preparation of cookies and biscuits.
  • Factors affecting the quality of biscuits/ cookies
  • Various types ice creams and bombs
  • Storage of confectionery product
  • Wheat composition, production, grade and quality of wheat
  • Wheat products
  • Other flours, meals and starches
  • Sugar substitutes
  • Syrups, jams and marmalades
  • Cocoa production
  • Cocoa by-products
  • Eggs and dairy products
  • Leavening agents
  • Shortenings
  • Gelling agents and stabilisers
  • Introduction to food laws
  • Storage and preservation of bakery and confectionery products
  • Organic and genetically modified foods
  • Food Microbiology
  • Food Contamination And Spoilage
  • Sanitary Procedure Followed During Food Handling
  • Safe Food Handler
  • Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point
  • Food Safety Standards Authority Of India (FSSAI)
  • GARBAGE DISPOSAL
  • Pricing
  • Costing
  • Standard recipes
  • Material costing
  • Control of food cost, labour cost, overhead cost & miscellaneous cost
  • Yield
  • Costs

Diploma in Food Production

  • Basic Food Production-I
  • Introduction to Basic Cookery-I
  • Personality & Communication Development
  • Commodities
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Indian Cookery –II
  • Cold Kitchen-II
  • Kitchen Management
  • Basics of Nutrition
  • Advanced Communication Skills
  • Seminar & Presentation
  • Advanced Food Production

Certificate in Bakery and Confectionery

  • Bakery and Confectionery (Theory)
  • Bakery and Confectionery (Practical)
  • Hygiene and Sanitation
  • Commodities Costing and Accounts

Culinary Arts Job Profiles & Top Recruiters

After completing a Culinary Arts course aspirants can join hotels, restaurants, hospitals, educational institutes, railways as well as the airline industry. Some job profiles that aspirants can pursue after securing a degree/ diploma in Culinary Arts field are listed below:  

  • Chef: They are responsible for preparing meals, training kitchen staff, ordering supplies, planning menus, managing the kitchen budget, enforcing health and safety regulations and preserving food quality. Chefs are usually the first people to reach for work and the last ones to leave.
  • Food Stylist: In such a job profile one is responsible for preparing and presenting food in such a manner that it looks appealing to customers.
  • Catering Supervisor/ Manager: In such a job profile, one is responsible for planning, administering and supervising the catering operations as well as services of an organisation.
  • Catering Officer: In such a job profile, one is responsible for cutting, serving and presenting food as well as drinks at an event.

Also Read: Candidates can know more about the difference between Chef and Food & Beverage Manager here.

Culinary Arts: Top Recruiters

The Taj Group of Hotels

Marriott International, Inc.

Hyatt Hotels

ITC Group of Hotels

The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts

Accor Hotels

Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts Group

Hilton Worldwide

Culinary Arts FAQs

Q: What do culinary arts require?

A: Culinary Arts courses require high school graduation or the equivalent. This means candidates should have passed 10+2.

Q: What are the basics of culinary arts?

A: The basics in culinary arts course include: Creativity, Knowledge of food ingredients, Culinary expertise, cooking skills, Attention to detail, etc.

Q: What do culinary arts deal with?

A: Culinary Arts is nothing but the art of cooking. A Culinary Arts course trains aspirants to prepare, cook as well as present food/ meals in an effective and attractive manner.

Q: What do culinary students need?

A: Culinary arts students need to have the following skill sets: Attention to detail, Discipline, Multitasking abilities, Dedication, Ability to adjust in any situation, Commitment, creativity, and confidence.

Q: Why are culinary arts important?

A: Pursuing courses in the field of Culinary Arts is an ideal choice for aspirants who want to make a career in the field of food and beverage management, kitchen management as well as other hospitality and food-related job profiles.

Q: What are culinary arts and their importance?

A: Culinary Arts is nothing but the art of cooking. A Culinary Arts course trains aspirants to prepare, cook as well as present food/ meals in an effective and attractive manner. Culinary Arts courses inculcate operational, technical and managerial skills in candidates which help them to excel in the culinary sector of the  hospitality industry.

Q: Can Culinary Arts be pursued at the PG level?

A: Yes, popular UG level courses in Culinary Arts include Bachelors in Hospitality Management - Culinary Specialisation, BVoc in Bakery and Cookery, BA in Culinary Arts, Bachelor of Catering Technology and Culinary Arts, BVoc in Culinary Operations, BSc in Culinary Science, BHM with Culinary Arts, BA in International Culinary Arts, etc.

Q: What are some popular Culinary Arts Job Profiles?

A: Some popular Culinary Arts Job Profiles are Chef, Food Stylist, Catering Supervisor/ Manager, and Catering Officer.

Q: What are some popular recruiters for Culinary Arts?

A: Some popular recruiters are The Taj Group of Hotels, Marriott International, Inc., ITC Group of Hotels, The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts, Hyatt Hotels, etc.

Q: What are some of the popular entrance exams to pursue Culinary Arts?

A: Some popular entrance exams are NCHMCT JEE, MAH HM CET, IIHM eCHAT, and GNIHM JET.

Q: Can I get admission to Culinary Arts college without an entrance exam?

A: Yes, some popular colleges offer admission to aspirants in Culinary Arts courses on the basis of merit also. 

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1- Diploma in Dietetics.
2- Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics.
3- Diploma in Food Science and Nutrition.
4- Diploma in Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition.
5- Diploma in Nutrition and Food Technology.
6- Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education.
7- Diploma in Diet Assistant
8- Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics.
9- Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
10- M.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics
11- M.Sc. Clinical Nutrition
12- PG Diploma in Dietetics
13- PG Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health
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Midwifery: INR 9,71,210 PA
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1- Diabetes Meal Planning and Nutrition For Dummies by Toby Smithson and Alan L Rubin.
2- Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy by Hope S Warshaw.
3- Next Steps to Health for You and Your Family by Food and Nutrition Service.
4- The Organic Cooks Bible: How to Select and Cook the Best Ingredients on the Market by Jeff Cox.
5- Fasting as a Family: Planning and Preparing Delicious Lenten Meals by Melissa Naasko.
6- Applied Nutrition Livestock, Poultry, Rabbits, and Laboratory Animals by D V Reddy.
7- Applied Nutrition by Rajalakshmi.
8- Applied Nutrition Cats, Dogs, Wild Animals, And Birds by Reddy.
9- Nutrition: An Applied Approach by Thompson.
10- Nutrition: An Applied Approach by Janet B Anderson and Emily Hoffman.
11- Nutritional Status Assessment in Elderly by Fatmah Hutasuhut.
12- Fundamentals Of Applied Nutrition by A K Kiran.
13- Nutrition in Critical Care by Dr. Peter Faber and Dr. Mario Siervo, Gary P Zaloga.
14- Dietetics by Srilakshmi B.
15- Diet and Nutrition in Critical Care by Victor R Preedy and Rajkumar Rajendram.
16- Fluid and Electrolytes in Pediatrics: A Comprehensive Handbook (Nutrition and Health) by Leonard G Field and Frederick J Kaskel.
17- Pediatric Critical Care Nutrition (Pediatrics) by Praveen S Goday and Nilesh Mehta.
18- Nutrition Through the Life Cycle by Judith Brown.
19- Cooking for Life: A Guide to Nutrition and Food Safety for the HIV-Positive Community by Donald P Kotler and Robert H Lehmann.
20- Nutritional Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants by W F Bennett. I hope this will help you.

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Sneha singhal

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

You can refer to Gentle Nutrition: A Non-Diet Approach to Healthy Eating intuitive eating.

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Is nutrition and dietetics a good course?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Nutrition and dietetics is a field that is destined for numerous jobs and many career opportunities. Today most people are getting health conscious. So, Nutrition and dietetics is a field with many new opportunities. You can open a clinic of your own, join a hospital, or go for research work or a...Nutrition and dietetics is a field that is destined for numerous jobs and many career opportunities. Today most people are getting health conscious. So, Nutrition and dietetics is a field with many new opportunities. You can open a clinic of your own, join a hospital, or go for research work or a teaching job. Not only this you can join international organizations like World Health organisation. Also, this field is an emerging field. So, there is no cutthroat competition like in the other stereotypical fields. So getting a job or making a career in this field will be a little easy. However, Dietetics and Nutrition course is very relatable and helps you in your day-to-day life. Scopes:
1- Consultant in Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
2- Food Scientist Work in R&D centers of Industry.
3- Food Auditor or Food Quality Controller.
4- Food analyst or Food sensory evaluator.
5- Research associated with Food Industry.
6- Technical Labelling Analyst. Salary: Nutritionist and dietetics salary in India ranges between INR 1,10,000 per annum to INR 5,70,000 per annum with an average annual salary of INR 3,10,000 per annum. I hope this will help you.

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Vishal Srivastava

Contributor-Level 6

a month ago

Yes it is a good and demanding course as the world is going far away from the physical works and totally depending upon the machine future is of Nutrition graduates who have sound idea for required nutrition needed as per the human.

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What are the best colleges in India to study nutrition and dietetics?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

A list of the best nutrition and dietetics colleges in India is mentioned below;1- Jamia Hamdard New Delhi. 2- Christian Medical College, Vellore. 3- Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research. 4- Manav Rachna University, Faridabad. 5- Institute of Liver and Biliary Scien...A list of the best nutrition and dietetics colleges in India is mentioned below;
1- Jamia Hamdard New Delhi.
2- Christian Medical College, Vellore.
3- Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research.
4- Manav Rachna University, Faridabad.
5- Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, Delhi.
6- Amity University, Noida.
7- The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.
8- Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana Ambala. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha nutrition and dietetics page. (https://www.shiksha.com/medicine-health-sciences/dietics-nutrition/colleges/colleges-india). I hope this will help you.

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Sneha singhal

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad. Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi. University of Madras. Marathwada University. Osmania University. University of Mysore. G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology.

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Is there any scope after a B.Sc. In nutrition and dietetics?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Scope:Dietitians: One of the primary roles that a graduate in Bachelor of Science Nutrition and Dietetics takes on is of a dietitian. Here, the core responsibilities include analyzing the demands, dietary habits, and medical conditions of the patients or individuals and accordingly devising their...Scope:
Dietitians: One of the primary roles that a graduate in Bachelor of Science Nutrition and Dietetics takes on is of a dietitian. Here, the core responsibilities include analyzing the demands, dietary habits, and medical conditions of the patients or individuals and accordingly devising their diet plans.
1- Clinical Dietetics and Nutritionist:
1- A graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics can work as a dietician in hospitals and a Nutritionist in health centers, health clinics, and MNCs.
2- Opportunity to be a registered dietician specialist.
3- Dietetics and Nutritionist graduates can work as project associates, project assistants, and chief nutritionists in NGOs and private organizations.
4- Bariatric surgery Nutritionist.
5- They can become an entrepreneur and open a nutrition clinic or nutrition-based caf or restaurant, as people are getting more aware of healthy eating habits.
2- Public Health Nutritionist:
1- Public Health Nutritionist graduates can work as project associates or project assistants, at an organisation like WHO, UNICEF, PHFI, and health organizations.
2- They Work as a chief nutritionist in NGOs or private organizations.
3- They Work as a Regulatory affairs specialist.
4- Nutrition Journalism is another field to explore
5- Public health policymaker.
6- Sustainable food nutritionist.
3- Sports Nutritionist:
1- Nutritionist at gyms, sports training, and fitness center.
2- Digital sports coach for the average gym-goer.
3- Fitness streaming programmer.
4- Certified Supplements and granular nutritionists.
5- Nutritionist at Sports Authority of India.
4- Food Science and Technology:
1- Food Scientist Work in Research and Development centers of Industry.
2- Food Auditor or Food Quality Controller.
3- Food analyst or Food sensory evaluator.
4- Research associated with Food Industry. Salary: Nutritionist and dietetics salary in India ranges between INR 1.1 Lacs per annum to INR 5.7 Lacs per annum with an average annual salary of INR 3.1 Lacs per annum. I hope this will help you.

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Vishal Srivastava

Contributor-Level 6

a month ago

Yes, after completion of B.Sc. in nutrition and dietetics you have two opportunities, first you can go for higher studies and get admission in a reputed college. Some of them offers good stipend for master's and another option is you can enter in the industry and start your career by acquiring pr...Yes, after completion of B.Sc. in nutrition and dietetics you have two opportunities, first you can go for higher studies and get admission in a reputed college. Some of them offers good stipend for master's and another option is you can enter in the industry and start your career by acquiring practical skills of your course.

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What is the average fee for a dietetics and nutrition course?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Eligibility Criteria: A student must pass 10+2 from a Science background with a minimum of 50 percent marks, to get eligible to apply for the course. Several colleges and universities offer this course like Quantum University, Chandigarh University, Sharda University, Galgotias University, etc. A...Eligibility Criteria: A student must pass 10+2 from a Science background with a minimum of 50 percent marks, to get eligible to apply for the course. Several colleges and universities offer this course like Quantum University, Chandigarh University, Sharda University, Galgotias University, etc. After completing the dietetics and nutrition course, a student can complete a Master of Science degree in nutrition and dietetics. If a student doesn't want to go for further studies he can take up jobs for the position of nutritionist or dietitian. The average annual fee for dietetics and nutrition courses ranges from INR 50,000 to INR 2,50,000 per annum. The Annual yearly fees range from as minimum as INR 10,000 to as maximum as INR 1,00,000. The average salary earned by students after passing Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics courses ranges up to INR 5,00,000 per annum.

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

The average annual fee for completing this course ranges from INR 50,000- INR 2.5 Lacs per annum.

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What are some of the career options after completing the Dietetics and Nutrition course?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Career Opportunities as a Dietetics and Nutritionist:1- Clinical Dietetics and Nutritionist:It is one of the major disciplines of Dietetics and nutritionists. The scope of Clinical Dietetics and Nutritionist field is as follows:1- A graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics c...Career Opportunities as a Dietetics and Nutritionist:
1- Clinical Dietetics and Nutritionist:
It is one of the major disciplines of Dietetics and nutritionists. The scope of Clinical Dietetics and Nutritionist field is as follows:
1- A graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics can work as a dietician in hospitals and a Nutritionist in health centers, health clinics, and MNCs.
2- Opportunity to be a registered dietician specialist.
3- Dietetics and Nutritionist graduates can work as project associates, project assistants, and chief nutritionists in NGOs and private organizations.
4- Bariatric surgery Nutritionist.
5- They can become an entrepreneur and open a nutrition clinic or nutrition-based caf or restaurant, as people are getting more aware of healthy eating habits.
2- Public Health Nutritionist:
It is another field of nutrition that focuses on the public health problem regarding food and nutrition like Diabetes, Iodine deficiency, Anaemia, Vitamin A, etc. They deal directly with the masses. The scope of Public Health Nutritionist field is as follows:
1- Public Health Nutritionist graduates can work as project associates or project assistants, at an organisation like WHO, UNICEF, PHFI, and health organizations.
2- They Work as a chief nutritionist in NGOs or private organizations.
3- They Work as a Regulatory affairs specialist.
4- Nutrition Journalism is another field to explore
5- Public health policymaker.
6- Sustainable food nutritionist.
3- Sports Nutritionist:
It deals with specific nutrition requirements and guidelines for sports players depending on the category of sports. The scope of the Sports Nutritionist field is as follows:
1- Nutritionist at gyms, sports training, and fitness center.
2- Digital sports coach for the average gym-goer.
3- Fitness streaming programmer.
4- Certified Supplements and granular nutritionists.
5- Nutritionist at Sports Authority of India.
4- Food Science and Technology:
Food Science and Technology is another field of nutrition. The scope of the Food Science and Technology field is as follows:
1- Food Scientist Work in Research and Development centers of Industry.
2- Food Auditor or Food Quality Controller.
3- Food analyst or Food sensory evaluator.
4- Research associated with Food Industry.

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Certified Nutrition Specialist. Clinical Dietician. Dietetic Technicians. Health Coach. Health Educators and Community Health Workers. Holistic Nutritionist. Licensed Nutritionists. Nutrition Specialties.

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What is the admission procedure for Bachelors in dietetics and nutrition at Amity University Noida?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Admission procedure: Students must have passed class 10+2 in Chemistry Physics and Biology with a minimum of 50 percent. English is a mandatory subject In the aggregate percentage of class 10+2, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Physical Education, vocational, and nonwritten subjects will only be cons...Admission procedure:
Students must have passed class 10+2 in Chemistry Physics and Biology with a minimum of 50 percent. English is a mandatory subject In the aggregate percentage of class 10+2, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Physical Education, vocational, and nonwritten subjects will only be considered for respective disciplines. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Amity university page. (https://www.shiksha.com/university/amity-university-Noida-41334/course-b-sc-hons-in-nutrition-and-dietetics-906273). I hope this will help you.

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Which companies are the top recruiters for dietetics and nutrition professionals?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

A list of top companies for dietetics and nutrition professionals are Abbott, Fresher, Freelancer, HealthifyMe, First Student, Sagar Hospitals, VLCC Healthcare, Fortis Healthcare, etc. Top Recruiting Areas: Restaurants, Hospitals, Nursing Home Facilities, Catering Departments (Starred Hotels), He...A list of top companies for dietetics and nutrition professionals are Abbott, Fresher, Freelancer, HealthifyMe, First Student, Sagar Hospitals, VLCC Healthcare, Fortis Healthcare, etc. Top Recruiting Areas: Restaurants, Hospitals, Nursing Home Facilities, Catering Departments (Starred Hotels), Health Departments (Government), and many more. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Dietetics page. (https://www.shiksha.com/hospitality-travel/dietetics-chp)
I hope this will help you.

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What is the course duration of the Dietetics and Nutrition course?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

B.Sc. In Nutrition and Dietetics is a UG full-time course in nutrition and dietetics. The course is generally of three-year duration. It is generally taken up by bioscience students. It covers topics in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics Science and teaches its students how to prepare a proper ...B.Sc. In Nutrition and Dietetics is a UG full-time course in nutrition and dietetics. The course is generally of three-year duration. It is generally taken up by bioscience students. It covers topics in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics Science and teaches its students how to prepare a proper diet for people, food management, components of a balanced diet, eating habits, and Lifestyle management, among others. After completing this course, a candidate can go on to a Master of Science degree in nutrition and dietetics. If a student does not want to go for further studies he can take up jobs for the position of nutritionist or dietitian. The average annual fee for completing this course ranges from INR 50,000 to INR 2.5 LPA. The yearly Annual fees range from as minimum as INR 10,000 to as high as INR 1,00,000. The average salary earned by students after passing Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics courses ranges up to INR 5 LPA. Employment Areas:
Hospitals, Nursing Home Facilities, Catering Departments (Starred Hotels), Health Departments (Government), Restaurants, and many more. Job profile:
Nutritionists, Dietitians, Food Quality Managers, Clinical Dieticians, Nutrition specialists, Food Processing managers, and alike. I hope this will help you.

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics is an undergraduate full-time course in nutrition and dietetics. The course is generally of 3-years duration.

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Is Dietetics and Nutrition a good course?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

Nutrition and dietetics is a field that is destined for numerous jobs and many career opportunities. Today most people are getting health conscious. So, Nutrition and dietetics is a field with many new opportunities. You can open a clinic of your own, join a hospital, or go for research work or a...Nutrition and dietetics is a field that is destined for numerous jobs and many career opportunities. Today most people are getting health conscious. So, Nutrition and dietetics is a field with many new opportunities. You can open a clinic of your own, join a hospital, or go for research work or a teaching job. Not only this you can join international organizations like WHO. Also, this field is an emerging field. So, there is no cutthroat competition like in the other stereotypical fields. So getting a job or making a career in this field will be a little easy. However, Dietetics and Nutrition course is very relatable and helps you in your day-to-day life. Scopes:
1- Consultant in FSSAI.
2- Technical Labelling Analyst.
3- Food Auditor/Food Quality Controller.
4- Food analyst/Food sensory evaluator.
5- Research associated with Food Industry.
6- Food Scientist Work in R&D centers of Industry. Nutritionist and dietetics salary in India ranges between INR 1.1 Lacs per annum to INR 5.7 Lacs per annum with an average annual salary of INR 3.1 Lacs per annum. I hope this will help you.

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Career in Nutrition and dietetics will yield a brighter future and gradually hold the pace towards the overall development of the sector. Thus, it would make a wonderful and unconventional pathway for students who are looking forward to such career options after the twelfth standard.

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Does Certificate course in bakery confectionery holds value in terms of job or starting your own Pastry shop?

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Bakery and Confectionery is a field wherein one learns to prepare and present food that serves the appetite and sweet tooth cravings. Bakers and Confectioners are now celebrated with their presence on Television as well, with Food Channels, Food Vlogging, and Reality Shows. Candidates who wish to...Bakery and Confectionery is a field wherein one learns to prepare and present food that serves the appetite and sweet tooth cravings. Bakers and Confectioners are now celebrated with their presence on Television as well, with Food Channels, Food Vlogging, and Reality Shows. Candidates who wish to make a future in this field must be passionate about baking.

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I want to know about the fee structure at PIMS Bangalore for M.Sc. in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Anirudh K

Contributor-Level 8

a month ago

85,000 per year. Master of Science (MSc) in Food and Nutrition is a full-time two-year postgraduate degree course offered by the Bangalore university.

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Need to do Apprenticeship training in food production from Ashoka hotel. What is the procedure?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

You can apply for the Apprenticeship in Food Production course at Ashoka Hotel after passing the 10th standard. To register for this, you can apply in two ways:1. First, apply on the official website of Ashoka Hotel when it publishes the application notification. The merit-based selection criteri...You can apply for the Apprenticeship in Food Production course at Ashoka Hotel after passing the 10th standard. To register for this, you can apply in two ways:
1. First, apply on the official website of Ashoka Hotel when it publishes the application notification. The merit-based selection criteria will be based on the number of seats available for this course.
2. The second is to apply via Skill India's "Apprenticeship India" website. You can register based on the application opportunities available on the "Apprenticeship Opportunities" tab.

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Is M.Sc in nutrition and dietetics a good course to do or post graduation Diploma in nutrition and dietetics is good?

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Khardushan .

Contributor-Level 6

a month ago

The basic difference between a Diploma and M.Sc. In nutrition is that a Diploma course is usually of a shorter span whereas in order to pursue M.Sc. A student needs to have Bachelor's degree. The candidates, who have completed their post-graduation course in Nutrition and Dietetics, professionall...The basic difference between a Diploma and M.Sc. In nutrition is that a Diploma course is usually of a shorter span whereas in order to pursue M.Sc. A student needs to have Bachelor's degree. The candidates, who have completed their post-graduation course in Nutrition and Dietetics, professionally work as a Dietitian or Nutritionists in any Private or government. Hospitals, Public Health Organizations, National/ International Food Organizations or any other sectors. Other differences between Diploma and M.Sc. In nutrition are mentioned below. Please read carefully. Diploma IN NUTRITION
Diploma in nutrition is a programme that tends to emphasize the importance of nutrition and diet, the prevention and treatment of a variety of illnesses and diseases, and the promotion of health and wellness. Most Diploma in nutrition programs aim to prepare students to be nutrition specialists. This Diploma may provide a foundation for a career as a clinical dietitian, nutritionist, health educator, herbalist, wellness consultant or nutrition counselor. M.Sc. IN NUTRITION
M.Sc Nutrition and Dietetics is a 2 Year postgraduate course which specially deals with the principles of the Nutritional values in Food and their impacts on the Human Body. M.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics requires the students to have completed their graduation course from any recognised college/university with at least 50% marks in aggregate. The candidates, who have completed their post-graduation course in Nutrition and Dietetics, professionally work as a Dietitian or Nutritionists in any Private or government. Hospitals, Public Health Organizations, National/ International Food Organizations or any other sectors.

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Which are some B.Sc Nutrition and Dietetics colleges in Kerala?

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Aditya raj

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Some best college for B.Sc. Nutrition and dietetics are
STC Ernakulam
Assumption college
Alphonsa college
Empire college of Science
Paramedical college in states
Courses and careers
Paramedical colleges in cities.

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Can we get admission into Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics M.Sc. in Malla Reddy directly?

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Eksha Sunderka

Guide-Level 12

2 months ago

No, there is a qualifying examination which you have to pass with 50% then you will get admission. And have to pass in Bachelor's degree with 50%.. .

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I want to know about the fee structure at Arihant College of Arts, Commerce and Science for Certificate in Bakery.

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

In Arihant College of Arts, Commerce, and Science, the Certificate in Bakery course is not available. It offers only certificate courses in Tally, MS Office, spoken English, and communication skills.For more details, you may visit the college's official website page.The Arihant College of Arts, C...In Arihant College of Arts, Commerce, and Science, the Certificate in Bakery course is not available. It offers only certificate courses in Tally, MS Office, spoken English, and communication skills.
For more details, you may visit the college's official website page.
The Arihant College of Arts, Commerce, and Science runs under the aegis of the Arihant Education Foundation, Pune.
It was established in 20122013.
It is located in Bavdhan, a suburban area of Pune Municipal Corporation, Pune.
I hope this will help you.
If you have any other queries, please ask.

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

2 months ago

Arihant College of Arts, Commerce & Science Bavdhan, Pune is offering Certificate course in Tally, MS Office and Spoken English and communication skills only. So Certificate course in Bakery is not available here. Please visit college website for more details.

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Which are the best cooking management courses?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

Courses:1- The Science of Gastronomy. 2- Stanford Introduction to Food and Health. 3- Cooking for Busy Healthy People. 4- Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts. 5- Bachelor of Hotel Management course Culinary Arts. 6- Post-Graduate Diploma in Culinary Arts. A cooking management course teaches you abo...Courses:
1- The Science of Gastronomy.
2- Stanford Introduction to Food and Health.
3- Cooking for Busy Healthy People.
4- Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts.
5- Bachelor of Hotel Management course Culinary Arts.
6- Post-Graduate Diploma in Culinary Arts. A cooking management course teaches you about the latest trends in the food and beverage industry and a deep understanding of fine dining. I hope this will help you.

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How are the placements for M.Sc. Organic Chemistry and Diploma in dietetics?

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Manav Kishore

Contributor-Level 7

2 months ago

Its very easy for the graduates to get placed as an M.Sc. Organic Chemistry course graduate in any firm. One of the reasons is, after the course, the aspirants can be considered as professionals because of the course structure, thus making them capable of having a good job scope and skill. M.Sc. ...Its very easy for the graduates to get placed as an M.Sc. Organic Chemistry course graduate in any firm. One of the reasons is, after the course, the aspirants can be considered as professionals because of the course structure, thus making them capable of having a good job scope and skill. M.Sc. Organic Chemistry is a course that helps in the specialisation in the field of Organic Chemistry. The salary varies for each sector- government and private and the type of job or even the skills possessed by the aspirant. The M.Sc. Organic Chemistry graduate Salary in India is:
Research Chemist -INR 3.99 LPA
Chemistry Research Assistant -INR 3.50 LPA
School Teacher -INR 3 LPA
Laboratory Assistant -INR 3.5 LPA
Toxicologist -INR 8.96 LPA
Deputy Manager -INR 6.67 LPA
Quality Assurance Auditor -INR 5.83LPA
Nutritionist jobs are the primary areas of employment for graduates of the Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education course. The Diploma in dietetics scope of work for a graduate is comprehensive and varies over a large number of working areas and sectors. Listed below are some of the popular jobs after Diploma in dietetics that are undertaken by graduates:
Nutrition Specialist
Dietician
Food Scientist
Professor
Weight Management Advisory
Process Development Officer
The average Diploma in dietetics salary for graduates is around INR 2.5-6.5 LPA. The table below shows the salary breakdown of Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education graduates in India:
the highest Salary INR 8 LPA
the lowest Salary INR 1 LPA
Average Salary INR 2-3 LPA.

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Is Nutrition and dietetics course available at Andhra University or not?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

Yes, the Nutrition and dietetics courses are available at Andhra University. Department of Food, Nutrition Dietetics, Andhra University was established in the year 2008 offering a full-time two-year M.Sc. Programme in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics. For more, information you may visit the Shiksha ...Yes, the Nutrition and dietetics courses are available at Andhra University. Department of Food, Nutrition Dietetics, Andhra University was established in the year 2008 offering a full-time two-year M.Sc. Programme in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics. For more, information you may visit the Shiksha Andhra University page. (https://www.shiksha.com/university/Andhra-university-Visakhapatnam-2948). I hope this will help you.

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