Dear aspirant Nice to see your interest to become a dietician. But i see you are currently a commerce student right? With this commerce background what influenced your mind to study dietician? Dietician is actually a science subject where as commerce is an arts subject. I am just wondering how you will cope up studying in two different streams and also i am wondering if colleges will admit you to study a dietician course with a commerce background at post graduate level. Let me explain you why you wont be suitable for a [dietician course][1]. To [become a dietician in future][2], students

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A post graduate in Nutrition and Dietetics can work as a Dietitian in Hospital, Food Inspector, Nutrition Consultant in government organizations, Corporate Consultant in scientific journals etc.. You can also open a Diet clinic and work for the society as the lifestyle and food habits of the time are resulting in diseases. So, the career prospects after MSc in Nutrition and Dietetics are good. You can find best institute to pursue the course which will boost your skills and help to get a good job. Some of the best institutes which offers Nutrition and Dietetics course are Pondicheri Unive

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Some more links here to refer too: [Dietician][1] [Nutritionists][2] [1]: /ask/agriculture/dietitian [2]: /ask/agriculture/nutritionists

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Dear Aspirant, Let me add more to gain clarity. Dieticians and Nutritionists are not same. Though the degree remain the same the profession and the role of dieticians and nutritionist differ. Dietician role is restricted to hospitals, hotels, weight lose clinics. They know more about clinical nutrition and therapeutic nutrition. A nutritionist’s role is more diverse in a way. They can move into an array of fields such as scientific research, development field (NGOs, UN organisations), food industry, health care centres, sports complex. Best Wishes, Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. To pursue a career as a Dietitian, one needs relevant qualification. This requires to have compulsorily studied either PCM- Physics, Chemistry, Biology at high school level or the PCMB - Physics, Chemistry, Math, Biology at the high school level. If you ahve studied a group that has no Biology/ Chemistry concentration then you cannot be able to study any course related to becoming a Dietician. So please ensure you definitely include Biology and Chemistry at your school level. You can study BSc food nutrition or Dietics to b

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Dietitian category

Dear friend, many thanks for your question, here you have not mentioned your academic background and what you are doing at present. The dietician are expert in food and nutrition, they advice people what to eat, what to eat, to lead a healthy life style or achieve a specific health related goal. They work in variety of settings, from personal clinics to hospitals or to social community centers to guide the people. They also supervise meal preparation, and advice according to the age, weight and gender of the person.They prevent and treat illness by promoting healthy eating habits and recommend

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The courses applicable for you are BSc or MSc in Nutrition and Dietetics and Diploma in Physical Education. You can choose the course according to your interests.  Graduation and Post graduation in Nutrition and Dietetics field will help you to build careers like Registered Dietitian in hospitals, Food Inspector, Corporate Consultant in scientific journals, Nutrition Consultant in government organizations etc. Best institutes for this course are Lovely Professional University, Mount Carmel College, Manav Rachna University etc.  For any course in Yoga, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Go

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Hai Khushi.. The best option to become a nutritionist is Bachelors and Masters courses in Nutrition and Dietetics. The job options are Dietitian, Nutrition analyst in NGOs, Food inspector, Hospitals and other private and public sector institutions. Leading institutes for these courses are university of Culcutta, Lovely Professional University, Sharda university, Manav Rachna university etc. Eligibility for the course is to score 50% in 12th or Graduation. 

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Nowadays In India nutrition and dietetics course are very popular. so take admission in this course common entracne is mandatory.    courses:B.Sc/M.sc Nutrition and Dietitian    1.AIIPH  Examination or All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health 2. Entrance Examination of Annamalai University 3. LPUNEST  Dietetics Entrance Examination of Lovely Professional University    

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Hai Nandita.. The best course to be a Dietitian is B.Sc or M.Sc Nutrition and Dietetics. You can join for the course according to your qualifications. You have to study Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Biotechnology in your qualifying course to get admission in this course in leading institutes. Eligibility criteria is to get 50% marks in the qualifying exam. Best places for pursuing this course are Lovely Professional University, Manav Rachna university, university of Culcutta, Sharda university etc. Regular seminars and conferences in the campus will help you to get much exposure and knowledge

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for dietitian course you need not study PCB, you need to study home science and later on do B.SC(home science) and M.SC(home science). Many colleges like govt.home science college etc. ask for 50% in 10+2 examinations with english as a compulsory subject.

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Every course has importance in one way or the other in the current educational, technological and industrial system. So you have to choose a course according to your interest. You can go for BSc in basic sciences or  in related streams if you are interested in that. Such courses include BSc in Biochemistry, BSc in Microbiology, BSc Biotechnology, BSc Bio-science, Forensic Sciences, Food Technology etc. The significance of these courses are the specialization you are getting and the job opportunities. Leading institutes to pursue these courses include Banaras Hindu University, Anna Univers

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You may have to go for a masters degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. You can visit the websites of Best institutes in this field like  BHU, Lovely Professional University, VIT, Delhi Technological University etc for more details regarding the course, fee, scholarships etc. 

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Dietists is an art which feeds an individual based on the principles of nutrition. Dietetics is a vast and emerging field of late. A dietician or a nutritionist is in high demand all over the world in healthcare organizations, hospitals, media, restaurants, schools, food services, gyms, swimming centers, research centers, private sectors etc. One has to do an internship in dietary after completing graduation or master's degree in nutrition or other related courses. A registered or a licensed dietician/ nutritionist plays a vital role in our daily lives. There is a wide list of their responsibi

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Dietitian category

Due to change in lifestyle, Dietician or a nutritionist is becoming an emerging field in the recent scenario. One can be a health professional which bring awareness towards unhealthy food habits. A dietician is specially meant for his healthy diet plans. A nutritionist helps in adding nutrition to a daily routine which helps to fight against various diseases. Hospitals, schools, health organizations, slimming centers, government organizations etc all are seeking for a dietician or a nutritionist for their organization to provide healthy and nutritious balanced diet to the kids, teenagers, adul

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You can go for MSc courses related to your BSc subjects. You are also eligible to apply for LLB course, MA courses and other general courses if you are interested. You can find best options for you by visiting the websites of Delhi University, Shivnadar University, Lovely Professional University, SRM university etc. You can find institutes which are offering scholarships together with the quality of education. 

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If you are qualified 12th with 50% marks with Physics chemistry and Biology or Biotechnology, you are eligible to apply for B.Sc in Nutrition and Dietetics course. You can work as dietitians and nutritionists, Food Inspectors , Nutrition Analyst in NGO’s, hospitals, government organizations like FCI and food industry etc. after your graduation. A masters in this course will help  you to widen the opportunity. Leading institutes to pursue your interested course are Lovely Professional University, Pondicheri university etc. 

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Diet plays a key role in the promotion of health and happiness of a person. A good and well-balanced diet improves the quality of life while a bad diet could lead to illness and diseases. Dietetics and nutritionists are experts in this field of study - while dietetics is associated with food administration, nutrition is related to the interaction of nutrients in the food. Dietitians are experts at understanding and putting into practice the scientific and medical research associated with food and health. They design various food and nutritional programs to support the promotion of health and c

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Dear Aspirant, How on earth did you feel that being a Dietician is a career for your future? Firstly in spite of being into Science stream uptil 12th, you chose to go to Commerce. Now again you wish to come back to Science field. Don't you think you are wasting too much of energy, money and time by choosing wrong things? For Dietician, your 12th PCM is of no use, since PCB is required for an entry to the Dietician course. You should have thought about this at the time you too admission to 11th Science stream, whether are you really meant and suitable for science or no. If you have shifted

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Dietitian category

Dear Student, be clear whether you wish to make your career in this field or it's just a long cherished dream with you, if you wish to excel in this field and opt as a career then you must start anew with a degree program based on your 10+2 marks, or else you may go for a diploma etc. for the same after your graduation as well. i suggest you to visit some chosen institutions' official website and get to know the requisite eligibility criteria, these institutions are - Gitam University, Vishakhapatnam,............................SRM University, Chennai,..........................Lovely Professio

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Dietitian category

Hello Shrestha, A career as a dietitian will suit you if you have an interest in people, food, health and science. I would recommend you to opt for Bsc Home Science doing Majors in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics from a well-known university. Wishing you good luck.

2 answers Yesha Doshi in Dietitian category

Dear Career Aspirant Thanks for writing to www.CareerGuide.com! Dietitian Career With the urban eating habits going chaotic and fast food replacing ghar-ka-khaana, the big-town people have turned health conscious like never before. And who do they seek assistance from to keep then fit? Yes, a dietitian. Although a relatively new profession, the work of a dietitian is gaining importance with people realizing how inappropriate food intake can lead to major and at times almost fatal diseases. A dietitian promotes good health by advising food that is healthy and nutritious. As a dietitian yo

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