Please tell us about what are career-placement options after B.Tech Food Tech from NIFTEM, keeping in mind that during this course, one also studies management skills/entrepreneur skills. What is expected salary after graduating from there?
The institute’s partnership and linkage with academia industry in food and processing sector itself would place NIFTEM on higher pedestal in extending the best placement service.
In the training period you can earn 15000/- per month , the salary will be in the range of 60,000/- to 1,00,000/- per month in the initial stage itself.
B.Tech in Food Technology is a streamlined field and thus has its own advantages and disadvantages. Among the advantages is the fact that number of quality Food Technology graduates is less in our country whereas job opportunities are aplenty. If you have graduated with good marks and have a worthy track record, you will find wonderful opportunities after doing B.Tech in Food Technology. I have done a little research and can list the following for you.
Career after B.Tech in Food Technology
- Food Corporation of India government jobs
- Reputed private companies such as Amul, Cadbury, Britannia, Nestle also offer good salaried jobs for B.Tech in Food Tech candidates.
- Jobs outside India - There are numerous companies ready to hire you in this specialization. But they prefer candidates with a PG degree as well.
Public / Government sector jobs
- Civil services.
- Export of food stuff Sector
- force,Indian Police Force,Indian
- Ministry of Food and Its Quality
- Nationalized Banks
- Trademarking company
- You can also get job in Indian Army,Navy,Air
Private companies where you can get a job are
- Nestle India
The fact that you have also been taught management skills/entrepreneur skills will be useful for private sector jobs mainly.
@anwesha Mam thanks for explaining your answer. Please mention the disadvantages of this course also
I don’t think there is any disadvantages of any course. If you are doing good while studies and put your efforts in right direction you will surly get success. However you can compare the course with others and based on the differences you can get the drawbacks of a course.
B.Tech in Agriculture, Food Technology and Bio Technology are the courses of modern time. Electronics, Computers, Mechanical, Civil are traditional courses and supply of candidates is much more then demand and requirements. Its always better to do something different from what others are doing for long time.