BTech in Food Technology or B.Sc. in Food Technology or B.Sc Mircrobiology?

I am in +2 and want to know after +2 which one is better and has great scope.

Anonymous User Asked on February 11, 2015 in After 12th.
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BTech is an engineering degree (applied science) while BSC is pure science.

An engineering degree gets a slight advantage over BSC, but provided you get good grades. If you are just average in engineering, but a top ranker in BSc, obviously you will have better chances of getting a top job with your BSc degree more than an average engineering degree.

A good way to choose either is to know that engineering is more technical and thus has a more tougher syllabus compared to similar BSc degree. Hence, the choice need to be made on which one suits you more.

BSc. with MSc is a very good option, if you feel B.Tech would be a bit tough.

A good comparison of BSc and Btech is provided in this link here – http://genwis.com/engineering-science/bsc-or-btech

As to scope of food tech versus microbioloy – food tech is comparatively newer than microbiology field and hence microbiology has an upperhand when it comes to getting a job quicker in research labs etc.,

In the long run however, both are equally good, provided you do your higher studies and get in to good grades.

Poorni User Answered on February 11, 2015.
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