Bachelor of Vocation in Food Processing and Management from BHU & What is the career options after it?
- How to take admission in BHU for Bachelor of Vocation in Food Processing and Management?
Dear friends You have to appear in BHU UET held annually and conducted by BHU. UET means ‘Undergraduate Entrance Test’. You can appear in UET after 10+2 or equivalent passed with 50% marks. * But Some UET courses like B.ed and LLB needs Graduation with 50% marks. for more eligibility criteria please read BHU UET Bulletin.
- What is the career options after it?
Food processing is a modern practice that improves distributional efficiency and enhances the marketing of the food
products. It is considered as a branch of food science, where a set of methods and techniques are used to transform raw ingredients into food for safe consumption by humans or animals. Though food processing existed even during prehistoric period, the technology input to enhance preservation of food, flavour, etc and to reduce the toxins in the food product is relatively new and d has revolutionised the entire food industry.
there is lots of companies working in this field. Some of the leading food processing companies in India have come up in joint collaboration with MNCs operating in India. While companies from developed nations provide technical expertise, Indian firms offer cheap labour and production centres. Leading food processing companies in India include:
• PepsiCo India Holdings
• Nestle India Pvt Ltd
• Britannia Industries Ltd
• ITC Limited
• Parle Products Pvt Ltd
• Agro Tech Foods
• Perfetti India Ltd
• Cadbury India Ltd
• Hindustan Lever Limited
• MTR Foods limited
• Gits Food Products Pvt Ltd