Questions related to Sheth MC College of Dairy Science, Anand
i wanted to ask about which is the best course if want to know all about dairy AND 2) when aer admissions are opening for 2020 . 3)i wanted to come and take a visit to collage so when can i come.
Dairy Technology is one of the courses opted by many students nowadays. Sheth MC College of dairy Science offers B.Tech in Dairy Technology. The basic criteria is that the student must have passed 12th or equivalent in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as main subjects from any recognized Board or University in Gujarat. The merit is prepared based on marks obtained in GUJCET of current year and 12th examinations.
What is the difference between dairy science and dairy technology and which is better for Maths group student and what is placement different between them?
Diary technology deals with the study of milk processing and products whereas diary science deals with operating diary farms. Once you have earned a degree in diary science here are some career paths you can look into.
1. Diary Scientist
2. Diary farm supervisor
3. Diary production careers.
Here are career profiles after completion of degree in diary technologist
1. Diary nutritionist
2. Diary Manager
3. Farm Manager.
There is not a much difference with both the field at the end you will be dealing with diary products and diary farm . For further details click on the below link
Hope it helps.
any post diploma courses and when will admission start?
i hope you are doing so well , so you are asking about post diploma courses in Sheth MC college of dairy science then i here i would like to know you this offer do not offer any post diploma course what they offer are listred below
1. B.tech dairy technology
2. B.S.c dairy technology
3. M.S.c dairy chemistry
4. M.S.c dairy microbiology
5. M.tech dairy engineering
6. M.tech dairy technology
7. Ph.D dairy technology
8. Ph.D dairy chemistry
9. Ph.D dairy engineering
10.Ph.D daily microbiology
how much cut off for obc category student in dairy technology?
The cutoff varies from college to college, so if you can please specify the college i can let you know the respective cutoff for the same for dairy technology.
Hope this helps
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