- International students: Nine students from developening countries (Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Indonesia and Afghanistan) have sucessfully completed their Masters degree from the Centre.
- The Centre has signed MOU with IOWA State University for inter-university collaborative academic and scientific programmes.
- An International Interdisciplinary Indo-Netherlands project - Tailoring Plant, Food and Social Sciences to Empower Local Mungbean Production and Consumption Pattern (TELFUN) was granted to the Centre for the year 2007-2011.
Centre of Food Science & Technology (CFST) was established in 2001 with the staff working on different aspects of food processing, preservation and quality control. The Centre is having Faculty members with specialization in Fruit and Vegetable Processing, Microbiology, Postharvest Physiology, Food & Nutrition and Food Technology. The main objective of the centre is to develop trained manpower and appropriate technology for food processing industry.
|1||Dr. (Mrs.) Raj Bala Grewal||Professor, Former Dean PGS||Food Science & Nutrition||Details|
|2||Saleem Siddiqui||Professor, Head and Dean, College of Basic Sciences & Humanities||Post Harvest Technology||Details|
|3||Dr. Rakesh Gehlot||Professor||Fruit and Vegetables processing||Details|
|4||Rekha||Asstt. Prof.||Food Science & Technology||Details|
|5||Dr (Mrs) Anju Kumari||Asstt. Professor||Food Microbiology||Details|
|1||Smt. Veena Grover||Sr.Scale Steno||-||01662-255204||-|
|2||Pawan Grewal||Office Assistant||-||01662-255204||-|