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M.Tech Food Technology

: Tribhuvan University

: Masters

: Science and Technology

: 2 years and 0 months

: Yearly Exam

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  • It is a two-year program with a weightage of 1000 marks (500 marks each year) and assessment-based examination system.

    Prerequisite Bridge Course for M. Tech. Food Technology

    Study Bridge course for M. Tech. Food Technology Study is a one year course. Students are required to attend a prerequisite course of 500 marks comprising of core food technology courses namely, food chemistry, principles of food processing, food engineering, basic and food microbiology, biochemistry and human nutrition, food analysis and quality control before they are entitled to pursue the mainstream course of M. Tech. Food Technology. The details of the course as follows:

    Subjects Full Marks
    Food Chemistry (T + P) 100 (75 + 25)
    Principles of Food Processing (T + P) 100 (75 + 25)
    Food Engineering (T + P) 100 (75 + 25)
    Basic and Food Microbiology (T + P) 100 (75 + 25)
    Biochemistry and Human Nutrition (T + P) 50 (37.5 + 12.5)
    Food Analysis and Quality Control (T + P) 50 (37.5 + 12.5)
    Total 500


    An academic year consists of 150 working days. One theory paper of 100 marks will have 4 hours of lectures per week. The subject with only theory paper of 50 marks in the first year will have 3 hours of lecture per week. One practical paper of 30 marks will have 4 hours of practical per week. A practical paper of 15 marks will have 4 hours of practical in two week’s time.

    Curriculum Structure

    The details of the subject and weightage are given below:

    Six theory papers are offered in the first year out of which four papers carry 70 marks, one paper 50 marks and the remainder carries 35 marks. There are also 5 practical papers (four of them of 30 marks and one of only 15 marks). The second year comprises of five theory papers and three practical papers. Besides these, two additional subjects, viz., research topic selection and review work of 50 marks and dissertation of 70 marks are compulsory.
    An academic year consists of 150 working days. One theory paper of 100 marks will have 4 hours of lectures per week. The subject with only theory paper of 50 marks in the first year will have 3 hours of lecture per week. One practical paper of 30 marks will have 4 hours of practical per week. A practical paper of 15 marks will have 4 hours of practical in two week’s time. 70% attendance in the class is compulsory for the students.

    First Year Subjects Full Marks Pass Marks
    Food Science (food chemistry, biochemistry, human nutrition and food microbiology) (T+P) 50 (35 + 15) (14 + 6)
    Food plant automation and numerical methods (T + P) 100 (70 + 30) (28 + 12)
    Food process Engineering (T + P) 100 (75 + 25) (28 + 12)
    Food biotechnology and by-product utilization (T + P ) 100 (75 + 25) (28 + 12)
    Food Ecology 50 20
    Optional (Product Technology-Group A, any one) 100 (70 + 30) (28 + 12)
    - Fruit and vegetable technology    
    - Grain technology    
    - Tea and coffee technology    
    - Spice and herbal food technology    

    Second Year Subjects Full Marks Pass Marks
    Food packaging (T + P) 50 (35 + 15) (14 + 6)
    Technology of Nepalese indigenous foods (T + P) 50 (35 + 15) (14 + 6)
    Food storage technology (T + P) 50 (35 + 15) (14 + 6)
    Industrial management science 100 40
    Research topic selection and review work 50 20
    Dissertation 100 40
    Optional (Product Technology-Group B, any one) 100 (70 + 30) (28 + 12)
    - Meat technology    
    - Dairytechnology    
    - Soft Drink technology    
    - Snack food technology    
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