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    FOOD TECHNOLOGY Scope and JOB aspects

    What is the scope in JOBS for Females who are M.Tech in Food Technology.
    1) In India.
    2) Outside(foreign).

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    Quote Originally Posted by naveenprakash View Post
    What is the scope in JOBS for Females who are M.Tech in Food Technology.
    1) In India.
    2) Outside(foreign).

    For No.1: Food Industry (e.g., Nestle, PepsiCola, Dominos etc etc), Govt. Sector (Educational Institutes such as CFTRI, NDRI, State Agricultural Universities etc etc).

    For No. 2: A foreign (country specific) educational experience preferred.

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    Urmilaji...NDRI,GJU mein I could see that they are working on Adhoc or contract you can say getting payed very less around 15-20,000 max.
    True that in Nestle etc it is more but what would be there nature of work(Like quality check,packaging etc or something else can also be there)

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    Quote Originally Posted by naveenprakash View Post
    Urmilaji...NDRI,GJU mein I could see that they are working on Adhoc or contract you can say getting payed very less around 15-20,000 max.
    True that in Nestle etc it is more but what would be there nature of work(Like quality check,packaging etc or something else can also be there)
    yes, all of these plus anywhere else where the company may need your services - can be managerial too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naveenprakash View Post
    NDRI,GJU mein I could see that they are working on Adhoc or contract
    True that in Nestle etc it is more but what would be there nature of work(Like quality check,packaging etc or something else can also be there)
    Females are preferred for jobs in R&D, QA etc. There are opportunities in GSK, Nestle, Amul, Britannia and many other lesser known but equally good specialty ingredient MNC companies. Associates in NDRI may eventually bag a place in Ph.D with a reasonable scholarship & assistance. PhD from NDRI may not result in out of world prospects but she will have at least a tag and a good infrastructure to learn, this is especially so if she has done her MTech from lesser known institutes of SAUs (State Agriculture Univ). Like all other famous institutes, NDRI in the industry is known for Its B tech program, but PhDs etc are also able to make decent living.
    Last edited by vikasgulia; December 25th, 2011 at 03:54 PM.
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