Science students at Shoolini University pursue BSc (Hons) Food Tech to pursue bright careers in a science that combines technique and activities of preserving, processing and manufacturing the food stuff. A branch of science and engineering, this is a popular course because of the opportunities available in research and industry.
Scholars of BSc (Hons) Food Tech are encouraged to develop their research and practical abilities with the help of state-of-the-art infrastructure and recognised faculty.
Shoolini University BSc (Hons) Food Tech is NAAC accredited and has UGC certification. Faculty members of the course include alumnus of global universities like Oxford, NIH, NCI, Johns Hopkins Medical School, as well as top universities of India like IISc, JNU, DU and ZSI. Students often get a chance to work closely on live research projects with their faculty members.
BSc (Hons) Food Technology (3/4 years) Career Opportunities
Frequently Asked Questions
Who teaches BSc (Hons) Food Technology at Shoolini University?
Shoolini University has experienced research-oriented postdoc faculty from top national and international institutions such as Oxford, National Cancer Institute (USA), NIH (USA), and IISc Bangalore.
What are the future opportunities after completing a BSc (Hons) in Food Technology from Shoolini University?
The degree prepares graduates for jobs in varied domains such as restaurants, catering establishments, hospitals, food processing companies, etc. Students avail international exchange opportunities at campuses like Stanford University (USA) and Gachon University (South Korea).
How do you expose students to industry experience?
Our learning programs are based on industrial applications. Industrial training is a part of the curriculum for exposure to the working environment and hands-on training for food processing technologies and maintenance of plants and machinery. Our university arranges industrial visits for real-life working scenarios. They gain advanced and industry-relevant skills that help them further their career goals.
Is practical training a part of BSc (Hons) Food Technology?
We provide competitive internships, training and placement support with various global universities and food industries. Our students engage in collaborative learning facilitated by group projects and file patents under the guidance of our faculty members. We also follow the one-student one-patent norm.
What are the placement opportunities available for students who have completed BSc (Hons) in Food Technology at Shoolini University?
Our fully functional Placement Cell has tie-ups with various industry giants including Cremica, Verka, Abbott and Nestle who visit the Shoolini campus during Placement Week for on-the-spot Placements. Our 'Mission 130' aims at 100 per cent employability with 30 per cent in top companies.
Do you have a strong alumni network?
Yes. Shoolini Alumni Association organises alumni meet up every year where alumni share their knowledge and expertise with students. We also invite notable alumni for expert talks.
Eligibility: 10+2 in PCM/PCB with minimum 60% marks
Admission Criteria: CUET/NEET/JEE/ SAT or Shoolini University's multiple choice entrance test (SU-SAT)
Duration: 4 years
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