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Bachelor in Food Nutrition & Dietetics

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Bachelor in Food Nutrition & Dietetics

Dieticians and Nutritionists plan food and nutrition programs, supervise meal preparation, and oversee the serving of meals. They prevent and treat illnesses by promoting healthy eating habits and recommending dietary modifications. For example, dietitians might teach a patient with high blood pressure how to use less salt when preparing meals, or create a diet reduced in fat and sugar for an overweight patient. Dieticians manage food service systems for institutions such as hospitals and schools, promote sound eating habits through education, and conduct research. Many dieticians specialize, becoming a clinical dietician, community dietician, management dietician, or consultant.

Scope : Hospitals, nursing care facilities, outpatient care centers, or offices of physicians modern health clubs, fitness centers, and other health practitioners need to employ dieticians. State and local government agencies can provide additional jobs—mostly in correctional facilities,health departments, and other public-health-related areas. Some dietitians and nutritionists can be employed in special food services, an industry made up of firms providing food services on contract to facilities such as colleges and universities, airlines, correctional facilities, and company cafeterias.

 

Under Graduate
Bachelor in Food Nutrition & Dietetics
Program Duration 3 years (6 Semesters)
Eligibility Criteria 10+2 (Science with PCB) with a
minimum of 45% marks in aggregate
and in individual subjects from a
Recognized Board of Education

(5% relaxation for ST/SC)

 

 


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