CLINICAL NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (VOCATIONAL 3 YEAR DEGREE COURSE)
The College has started vocational studies in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics in the year 1995. Since then the department is proud of imparting quality education in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics. Fully equipped laboratories and classroom train students as a dietician for facing day to day nutrition and health challenges.CND department has brilliant placement records as skilled dietician in various renowned Hospitals, Nursing homes, Government organisation, Food industry like Britannia, Nestle etc, VLCC and Health & Fitness centres all over India.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES :-
The aims and objectives of introducing vocational studies is a progressive and positive approach towards imparting job oriented education to the girl student. So that they can reach their goal of success, fame and contentment and meet the changing socio – economic demands. The aim is to prepare the students for careers by equipping them with competencies for moving into job market or for self employment.
ABOUT THE COURSE :-
Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics is job oriented three year degree course in honours. University Grants Commission, New Delhi approved the introduction of this course in 1995. The infrastructure of the course has been built upon the UGC Guidelines. The syllabus is designed to provide ample knowledge and training skill to enable the students to emerge as competent dietician and skilled professionals. Experts are invited to deliver lectures to our students. The job training takes place at Medical Colleges and hospitals like RIMS : Ranchi, Pataliputra Medical College : Dhanbad , Magadh Hospital : Patna, PMCH : Patna, Apollo Hospital : Irba Ranchi, Milk Dairy Industries like Sudha Dairy and Hotel Management Institutes like NSMS Durgapur, Premier Institute of Hotel Management : Puri, Hotel Chanakya : Patna, Hotel Maurya : Patna, Culinary Institute of India & CITMS: Durgapur & NSHM : Durgapur.
JOB – OPPORTUNITIES AND PLACEMENT:-
Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics has tremendous job opportunities. As a dietitian employment opportunities are available in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Hotels, Residential Schools, Railways and Airlines Catering Service, Food Industry, Health and Fitness Centres, WHO and various government organisations or as a freelance consultant Dietitian.
Faculty members of the Department make concerted effort to link students with potential employers at all stages of education programmes and through visit to various originations, guest lectures by renowned resource persons, internship and placement at several institution . Placement cell of the college has been functioning actively for the placement of the students. Campus selection is arranged by the Department.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION :-
Eligibility for admission in C.N.D. (B.Sc. Hons.) is + 2 Science with PCB or PCM and minimum 45 % marks)
Admission to B.Sc. Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics Course shall be made on the basis of performance of the candidate at the entrance test followed by counselling.
For admission against NRI sponsored seats there is direct admission after appearing for a special interview on a date decided by the department.
The entrance test will be of 90 minutes duration in following subjects. Biology, Physics and Chemistry (+2 levels as per CBSE Syllabus)
Note: – The questions will be of multiple choice types and there will be no negative marking.
Total number of seats is 45 +5 (N.R.I.) 45 for general candidates, subject to reservation of seats as per guideline of Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag, and 5 for NRI sponsored candidates on requisite payment in U$dollar.
The total fee is Rs. 15000=00 [Fifteen Thousand only] per semester for general candidates and US $ 500 per semester for NRI / NRI sponsored candidates.
|FEE CONCESSION TYPES AND DETAILS||CONCESSION (%)|
|1||Students belonging to ST, SC||10%|
|2||Students who have obtained 70% or above in Class Xll (JAC Board)||10%|
|3||Students who have obtained 80% or above in Class Xll (CBSE/ICSC Board)||10%|
Admission form can be downloaded from the college website www.kbwomenscollege.in
SYLABUS OF CND [UG] : COURSE OUTLINE
The syllabus is based on semester system. Each academic year is divided into two semesters, having a total of six semesters. The course consists of 14 papers of core course-CC (Hons Papers), Four papers of DSE- Discipline Specific Elective, Two papers of AECC Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course and two papers of SEC- Skill Enhancement Course.
Total fee must be paid at the time of admission.
75 % attendance is compulsory .
Disciplinary action will be taken against those students who break college rules.
All students are directed to see the notice board daily without fail for information.
Hostel accommodation is available in the College campus.
- Krishna Thakur – Co-ordinator
- Nanda Verma (M.Sc. Ph.D) – Faculty & Deptt. Incharge (Contact- 9430194080)
- Nikunj Neelima (M.Sc.) – Faculty
- Sweta Kumari (M.Sc.) – Faculty
- Dr. Vishwaranjan – Guest Faculty
- Mr. Saurav Kumar – Guest Faculty
Some of our well placed students during recent years
|Name||Designation||Place of Work / Placement|
|Richa Rai||Dietitian||Apollo Hospital Irba, Ranchi|
|Priyanka Kumari||Dietitian||Apollo Hospital Irba, Ranchi|
|Alpa||Dietitian||Jagdish Memmorial Hospital , Patna|
|Shilpa Khatri||Nutritionist||Britannia, Kolkata|
|Manisha Kumari Jha||Dietitian||Guru Nanak Hospital, Ranchi.|
|Shivani Shailaja||Dietitian||Kailesh , Hospital , Delhi|
|Niharika Prakash||Health Care Executive||Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune|
|Zeba Rana||Dietitian||Medanta Hospital , Delhi|
|Nisha Kiran||Dietitian||Indore Hospital , M.P.|
|Rajani Kumari||Dietitian||Orchid Hospital , Ranchi|
|Rupali Kumari||Dietitian||Rajeshwar Hospital, Patna|
|Supriya||Dietitian||Jalan Hospital, Dhanbad|
|Upasana||Dietitian||Apollo Cancer Hospital , Irba, Ranchi|
|Bhawana||Nutritionist||Nestle , B’lore|
|Anita Kumari||Dietitian||VLCC, Patna|
|Jyoti Kumari||Dietitian||VIBS, Bangaluru|
|Nirmala Singh||Dietitian||A.M.R.I. , Kolkata|
|Suman Sandhya||Dietitian||VLCC, Ranchi.|
|Navneeta Medha||Dietitian||Mahabir Cancer Research Institute, Patna|
|Shilpi||Dietitian||Private Hospital, Nepal|
|Baby Heena||Lab. Assistant||P.G. CND, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand|
|Priyanka Kumari||Dietitian||UNICEF , Purnia|
|Shweta Shikhar||Dietitian||C.M.C.H., Vellore|
|Anjana Kishore||Dietitian||VLCC Muzzafarpur|
|K.M.Memmorial Hospital, Chas, Bokaro|
|Anindita Sen Gupta||Dietitian||VIBS, Kolkata, Apollo Hospital, Kolkata|
|Reshmi Kumari||Dietitian||Magadh Hospital , Patna|
|Anu Kumari||Dietitian||Gandhi Memmorial Hospital, Jamshedpur|
|Kamaljeet||Dietitian||Chandigarh Hospital , Chandigarh|
|Sangeeta Kumari||Dietitian||Sewasadan, Ranchi|
|Abha Kumari||Dietitian||Central Institute of Psychiatry, Ranchi|
|Rafat Farzana||Dietitian||Health Officer (Health Deptt. Govt. Jharkhand )|
|Shalini Verma||Dietitian||Apollo Hospital, Mumbai|
|Nahid Jahan||Dietitian||VLCC, Jamshedpur|
|Smriti Sinha||Dietitian||VLCC Raurkela|
|Neha Kumari||Dietitian||VLCC Raurkela|
|Kauser Parween||Dietitian||VLCC Jamshedpur|
|Lucky Kumari||Dietitian||VLCC Jamshedpur|
|Niharika Neha||Dietitian||VLCC Jamshedpur|
|Semester||Paper||Subject||Teach. hrs. per week credit||Total Marks||Mid Sem. Exam.||End Sem. Exam.|
|Sem.-1||CC – 1T||Basic Nutrition||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-2 T||Nutritional Biochemistry||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC 1 & 2 P||Practical Based on CC 1 & 2||4||50||25||10||05||40||20|
|GE -1 T||Bot./Zoo/Chem./Phy./Maths (Sub)||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|GE – 1 P||2||25||13||05||02||20||10|
|Sem.-2||CC – 3 T||Human Physiology||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-4 T||Food Microbiology||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC 3 & 4 P||Practical Based on CC 3 & 4||4||50||25||10||05||40||20|
|GE -2 T||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|GE – 2 P||2||25||13||05||02||20||10|
|Sem.-3||CC – 5 T||Clinical Nutrition||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-6 T||Sanitation & Hygiene||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-7 T||Meal Management||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-5,6 &7 P||Practical based on paper 5,6 & 7||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|GE -3 T||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|GE – 3 P||2||25||13||05||02||20||10|
|Sem.- 4||CC – 8 T||Basic Dietetics||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-9 T||Community Nutrition||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-10 T||Food Commodities||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-8,9 &10 P||Practical based on paper 8,9 &10||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|GE -4 T||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|GE – 4 P||2||25||13||05||02||20||10|
|SEC-2||Basic Computer Science||2||50||25||10||05||40||20|
|Sem.-5||CC –11 T||Book keeping and cost accountancy||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-12 T||Food service equipment||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC 11& 12P||Practical based on Paper 11&12||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|DSE-1&2P||Practical based on DSE-1&2||4||50||25||10||05||40||20|
|Sem.-6||CC –13 T||Quality Food Production and Services||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC-14 T||Neutraceuticals and functional food||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|CC 13&14P||Practical based on Paper 13&14||4||75||38||15||08||60||30|
|DSE-3&4P||Practical based on DSE-3&4||4||50||25||10||05||40||20|