Home Science covers the study of the various sciences that involve nutrition, health and growth measures including the science that deals with the environment. The degree course comprises the study of the main topics of Home Science like Food Science, Fundamentals of Resource Management, Foundations of Human Development, Introduction to Fabric and Apparel Science, Foundations of Food and Nutrition, etc. In other words, B.Sc. (Home Science), a degree course that includes the study of various disciplines like chemistry, physics, physiology, biology, hygiene, economics, rural development, child development, sociology and family relations, community living, art, food, nutrition, clothing, textiles, and home management.
Most of the colleges in India get students admitted for B.Sc Home Science course directly without any entrance exams. Students get admission according to the marks obtained in their 12th. Minimum of 50 % marks is required for admissions.
Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat
Government Home Science College, Chandigarh
St.Teresa's College [STC], Cochin
Banaras Hindu University [BHU], Varanasi
Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College [MSKGC], Bathinda
Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology [OUAT], Bhubaneswar
Lovely Professional University [LPU], Jalandhar
BFIT Group of Institutions, Dehradun
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University [BBAU], Lucknow
Integral University [IU], Lucknow
The popular B.Sc Home Science job areas are Apparel Houses, Merchandising Centres, Community Development Programs, Fashion Industry, Hotels, Food Industry, Tourist Resorts, Clubs, etc.
The popular jobs for a home science graduate are:
Food Analyst/ Critic
Baby Care Taker
Assistant Fashion Designer
The salary package is between Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 3 lakh. It also depends on the project/company you are working for. Pursuing a high degree in the field can be more beneficial, needless to say.
Students seeking to take admission for this course should have completed higher secondary education (10+2) or any equivalent examination.
Various colleges consider that the student should have a minimum score of 50% in 12th or any equivalent exam.
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