This undergraduate programme includes three years of course work and one year of hands-on-training. The syllabus followed has been designed and recommended by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi.
Ensures enhancement of knowledge and honing of practical skills.
Semester system, consisting of 8 Semesters (4 Academic Years).
The total credit requirement is 184 credits.
182 Instructional Credits + 2 Non-credits (PE and NSS).
The industrial visits, in-plant training, internships and industrial tour will expand their horizon with respect to the current status of the sector.
Further, the students will have exposure to extramural / guest lectures and academic skill-based training.
Other basic courses: Humanities, Sciences and Engineering taken in the first three semesters, the other courses come under the following departments: Food Process Engineering, Food Processing Technology, Food Safety and Quality Assurance, Food Business Management and Food Plant Operations.
The curriculum places almost equal weightage in terms of credits for both theory as well as practical and training components ensuring enhancement of knowledge and honing of practical skills.