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    • Integrated B.Sc – M.Sc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics is a combination of 2 programmes (Undergraduate and Post graduate program). An Integrated degree would give a candidate a PG degree in 5 years saving one year. It is a comprehensive entity.
    • Integrated B.Sc – M.Sc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics is designed to cover multidisciplinary perspectives, encouraging depth and breadth in understanding complex issues at each level, without any repetition of the course contents. It enhances student’s engagement through experiential and active learning, which supports an integrated course capacity to address the challenges posed by increasingly complex world of today. This is achieved through a blend of academics, research training and extension as well as therapeutic applications The PG program in this discipline has been designed to provide the students intensive and extensive theoretical and experiential training. The program allows flexibility in the choice of thrust areas, which students can select, based on their career goals.
    • This course provides various Specialized Areas in Clinical Nutrition such as Clinical Nutritionists, Management Nutritionists, Consultant Nutritionists, Specialized Nutritionists in the fields such as Renal Nutritionists, Cardio-Nutritionists, Endocrine Nutritionists, Critical Care Nutritionists, etc.
    • Clinical Dietitians are specialists in food nutrition services in hospitals, outpatient clinics, and private practices. They assess patient nutrition, develop dietary plans, provide patient counselling, and monitor patient’s progress.
    • Management Dietitiansspecialize in food service systems or clinical management. They work in hospitals, nursing homes, school food service, cafeterias, and restaurants. They manage personnel, plan and conduct employee training programme, design food systems, and plan budgets.
    • Consultant Dietitiansare independent business people who work as nursing home consultants, book authors, and patient counselors in medical centers and fitness programme. They also develop and evaluate food service systems and serve as independent advisors to industry.

    Creating Knowledge and skills in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics and enable practical application of Nutrition knowledge for the enhancement of Nutritional status and Quality of life of the people


    To impart and improve nutritional knowledge and enhance skill based training.
    To develop a band of young scientists, nutrition health care professionals, research fellows, well trained personnel in the field of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics.
    To inculcate passion for scientific research and nurture skills to carry out research in the field of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics.
    To monitor and evaluate nutrition policies and programs.

    • To build the capacities of the students and nutrition health care professionals.
    • To conduct operational/scientific research in the field of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics.
    • To effectively transform students as nutrition knowledge practitioners.
    • To enable students to acquire skills for investigation, theoretical, clinical and applied aspects of Nutrition.
    1 DR. MADHAVI REDDY  M.Sc, Ph.D HOD & Assoc. Professor Clinical Nutrition 13 years
    2 DR.  ANEES FATHIMA THABASSUM .Z M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D, K-SET Assistant professor -Food Science And Nutrition 11 years
    -Public Health Nutrition
    -Women’s Health
    -Food Product Development
    3 DR SHIVAKUMAR C S M.Sc, (Ph.D)   UGC-NET,K-SET Assistant professor -Food Science And Nutrition 7 years
    -Clinical Nutrition
    -Molecular Nutrition
    -Community Nutrition
    4 MS. ANJALI N B.Sc, M.Sc Dietician Clinical Nutrition And Dietetics

    The Integrated B.Sc –M.Scprogramme known as Bachelor and Masters of Clinical nutrition and Dietetics abbreviated as “Integrated B.Sc-M.Sc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics”


    The course of study including submission of dissertation on the research topic assigned shall be of 5 years (consisting 10 semesters) duration from the commencement of the academic term.


    The calendar of events in respect of the programme for each respective academic year shall be determined and notified by the university from time to time. The examinations shall be conducted at the end of each semester.


    Candidates for admission to the Integrated B.Sc – M.Sc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics should have passed 10+2/ Pre-University examination in Science with Biology, Physics, Chemistry as main subjectsor equivalent/ SSLC with 3 years Diploma in concerned subject from a recognized institute/ university with minimum 50 % marks.


    Candidates passing diploma in concerned discipline and 10+2or PUC shall be eligible for lateral entry i.e admission to II year/ semester – III of the B.Sc Programme. However, this will be entertained only if vacancies are available. Applicants should possess minimum of 50% aggregate marks in PUC (PCMB) or 10+2 (BPC)


    The sanctioned intake for Integrated B.Sc – M.Sc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics shall be ten candidates as per the categories given below:

    SC     –  15%
    ST     –  7.5 %
    OBC –  27.4 %
    GM   –  50%

    *Reservation will be following according to state government.

    [Note: If there are no candidates available from deputation, OBC or SC/ST category, the seats may be given to GM candidates]


    The selection of the eligible candidates shall be made in the order of merit in qualifying examination.


    Fees for the Integrated B.Sc-M.Sc CND are Rs. 40,000/- per annum (2017). The fees may subject to change as per University norms. However, the candidates have to pay examination fee as applicable in other UG and PG courses at SDUAHER for every semester.


    Each course comprising theory, practical, tutorials shall be treated as single unit for the purpose of calculation of attendance. No candidate shall be permitted to appear in Examinations unless he/she has attendance of a minimum of 75% in each subject before admission to the examination.

    The students shall be informed about their attendance status periodically by the department, so that the students shall be cautioned to make up the shortage. The department shall submit the list of students who have been eligible to appear examinations and list of detained students due to shortage of attendance by the end of the semester to the Registrar (Evaluation).

    Students lacking in the prescribed attendance and progress in any subject (s) in theory and practical should not be permitted to appear for the examination. Such students should repeat the course, in which he/she is deficient with attendance.


    The candidate shall complete the programme generally within the twice the no. of years of the programme from the date of commencement of the programmei.e within the 10 years from the date of admission. If the candidate fails to complete the program within the period permitted he/she will be discharged from the university. However, fee to be paid for repeating the semesters.


    The candidates are allowed to exit the Integrated programme after successful completion of 3years of B.Sc degree programme.


      The medium of instruction shall be English


    A student, who wishes temporarily to discontinue the program and continue the same subsequently has to obtain prior permission from the university by applying through the Head of the Department . Such students have to take re-admission to the same semester/year in the subsequent session. However the students shall complete the course as per the maximum period fixed by the university.


    The number of hours of instruction per each course is defined which includes lectures, tutorials, practical and assignments, tests, seminars, presentations, class performance, field work, as specified to individual courses. The weightage assigned to each of such units in respect of each course shall be determined by the appropriate academic body of the university, and shall be made known to the students at the beginning of the academic session of the year, the semester or the trimester, as the case may be.


    Regular internal assessment examinations should be conducted on each course in a semester. Internal Assessment will be based on 2 internal examinations, seminar, assignments and class performance. Internal Assessment total marks will be the sum of the marks given to internal examinations, seminar, assignments and class performance. There should be a minimum of at least 2 internal assessments examinations in each semester, the number of examination on each course is left to the department. An average of the two internal assessment examinations should be taken into consideration during calculation of marks of internal assessment. The nature of final examination, whether written or oral or both, in respect of each course shall also be made known to the students at the beginning of the academic session. The weightage given to the internal assessment is 20 % out of the total marks assigned to the course.  The student must secure at least 35% in each subject of the internal assessment of the course.

    The Integrated B.Sc-M.Sc CND shall be of semester system and Choice based credit system extending for 5 years from the commencement of the academic term. The number of credits per semester may vary from 20-26for B.Sc, and a total of around 190 credits for Integrated B.Sc – M.Scprogram.A candidate has to complete a minimum of 120 credits to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree Certificate and a minimum of 60 credits to obtain a Master’s Degree Certificate after completion of Bachelor’s degree program. Generally 1 credit per hour of instruction in theory and 1 credit for 2 hours of practical work. A Project/Dissertation work would be of 6 credits. Internship should be an integral part of the course, but does not carry separate credit. This can be arranged during the course of the study or after the completion of the programme. It can be arranged in one single assignment or two.


    The Curriculum and the syllabus for the course shall be as prescribed. The curriculum is subject to modifications by the Academic Board from time to time.



    1. A Innovative Nutrition Education intervention to improve nutrition knowledge in school children – Kolar nutrition Education Intervention Programme, Kolar Nutrition Education Intervention Programme ( KNEIP)

    Madhavi Reddy M,  Aneesha, KVN Prasad, Ravi Shankar S

    1. Detection of clinically related environmental DNA for record and observe the aquatic bacteria an overview of resistant genes from reclaimed water.

    Kiranmaie,  Aneesha ,Madhavi reddy

    1. Evaluation of influence of primary primitive ,measures implemented by administrative approach and regular health care approach in the control of risk factors for diabetes on police personal

    Ranghanath BG, Muninaraya C, Raghavendra Prasad BN, Madhavi Reddy M

    1. Biomarkers and oxidative stress parameters in type 2 diabetes mellitus and acute kidney injury – PhD Project

    Munilakshmi U, Shashidhar KN, Lakshmaiah V, Madhavi reddy M, Anil NS

    1. Prevalence of risk factors of type 2 diabetes mellitus in rural areas of Kolar district

    Muninarayana C, Anil NS, Deepthi R, Prasanna Kamath BT, AnuradhaSubramani, Madhavi Reddy M,Ravi Shankar S

    1. Perioperative nutrition supplementation- Impact on wound healing in head and neck cancer patients

    AzeemMohiyuddin SM, DivyaJyothi N, Madhavi reddy M, Reji Mathew Varghese, Mahanaz sultana Azeem,Sagayraj A, Merchant Shuaib,

    1. A study of psychosomatic features of perimenopause – an interventional study

    Lakshmaiah V, Mohan Reddy M,Madhavi Reddy M,Sumathi ME, Naveen G Naik


    1. Randomized Trial of effect of micronutrient fortified biscuit on immunity status among school children in rural Kolar(Karnataka) – ITC Bangalore

    Muninarayana C, Prasad KNV, Mahesh V, Kutty AVM, Krishnamurthy, Madhavi Reddy M, Ravi Shankar S



    1. Study on index of central obesity and glycemic control among type 2 diabetes mellitus patients.

    Peruru Sarika, Madhavi Reddy M,Prabhakar K, Srinivas SV, Raja Reddy P

    1. Study of cardiovascular risk factors among prediabetes. ICMR- STS Reference ID: 2018- 02062

    Monorika, Madhavi Reddy M, Aneesha


    1. Diet and Diabetes – Hand Book in Kannada
    2. Flour and dough quality of millets and their suitability for preparation od traditional South Indian Product

    Madhavi Reddy M, Aneesha

    1. Physioco – chemical properties of different millets and relationship with cooking quality of millets

    Madhavi Reddy M, Aneesha

    1. Assessment of myths and misconception and dietary pattern of type 2

    diabetes attending at tertiary care hospital

    Manjula A, Madhavi Reddy M, Aneesha

    1. Effects of barley fiber on plasma cholesterol concentration in hypercholesterolemia patients

    Madhavi Reddy M, Raja Reddy P,Raghavendra Prasad BN

    1. Role of nutrition education intervention in the progression of Kidney Disease wasting in Rural Hemodialysis Patients.

    Madhavi Reddy M,Raja Reddy P, Raghavendra Prasad BN, Shashidhar KN, Munilakshmi U

    1. Evaluation of cystatin –c as early biomarker of Acute Kidney Injury in type 2 diabetes mellitus

    Munilakshmi U, Shashidhar KN, Madhavi Reddy M, Anil NS, Lakshmaiah V

    1. Assessment of awareness and practice of foot care and physical activity among people with type 2 diabetes attending a tertiary care teaching hospital Deepa LN, Pallavi Murthy, Muninarayana C, Madhavi Reddy


    1. Development of affordable, accessible, appealing nutritious weaning mix

    Aneesha,Madhavi Reddy M, Shiva kumara CS

    1. Is vitamin B12 a determinant in assessing age related prediabete

    Madhavi Reddy , Aneesha, Shivakumara CS

    1. A study on millet based staple diet and its impact on thyroid hormones

    Shiva kumara Cs, Aneesha, Madhavi Reddy

    1. A study to assess the impact of nutrition education programme on knowledge and practice of workers and parents on nutritional status of under five children attending anganwadi centers in selected villages of Kolar taluk.


    Sl.No Projects Total
    1. Funded

    –          Intramural

    –          Extramural




    2. ICMR – STS

    –          Accepted



    3. Non-funded




    4. Future plan 4
    Total 22