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8th August 2019 02:55 PM
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Re: Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

I have done Bsc Home science With specialization in Resource managment but I have studies Food and nutrition for 2 years can I still Opt for MSc In food and nutrition ?
14th June 2017 02:31 AM
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Re: Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

Am I eligible for doing MSC in dietitian and nutrition? I had done bsc in biotechnology..
7th February 2017 08:47 PM
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Re: Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

I have completed B.Sc in maths, physics and CHEmistry. AM I ELIGIBLE FOR M.Sc in Food and Nutrition? please guide me what are best colleges in hyderabad offering MSc in Food and Nutrition.Can i become a dietician? Please reply
10th March 2016 09:01 PM
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Re: Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

i done B.Sc in biology in 2010 then i completed B.Ed 2011.can i do any laboratory type coures after this.
1st June 2015 03:18 AM
ompriya omi
Re: Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

You can apply for the M.Sc in Food and Nutrition , although your chances are least due to the reason that you mentioned-
but still some colleges have different criteria.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR
M.Sc. PROGRAM IN FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION -

B.Sc. Home Science/ Any one of the following as one optional
subject at B.Sc. Food and Nutrition/ Human Nutrition/ Applied
Nutrition/ Nutrition/ Nutrition and Dietetics/ Home Science/ Clinical
Nutrition and Dietetics/ Food Science and Quality Control/
Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Biotechnology
31st May 2015 05:50 PM
maybach
Re: Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

I am afraid that you might not be eligible for the Msc in food and nutrition.

The reason is self understood. Since the Msc course requires a particular specialization among the subjects that you have already learnt in your graduation and in your case you are trying to completely change your specialization, hence it might not be possible.

If you wanted to Msc in food and nutrition then you should have chosen your B.sc in that related field.

Therefore chances are not much but then also, if you could get it from some private college and if you really want to do this, then we will definitely advice you to go for it.
26th May 2015 02:06 PM
chinlalsang
Am I eligible for M.Sc in Food and Nutrition?

I am bsc (H) home science graduate and my specialization subject during this undergraduate course was human development so Am I elligible for msc in food and nutrition

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