JPSC FSO Recruitment 2016 took a decision to publish a recruitment advertisement for Food Safety Officer. Candidates can fill the application form through online mode other mode will not be accepted. Syllabus is the main part to qualify any written exam. Candidates can download syllabus from this page. Syllabus is also provided in PDF file for download purpose. If candidates want to save this syllabus as a PDF file so you can press Ctrl+P and then save it as a PDF.
JPSC FSO Syllabus 2016
About JPSC FSO :
The State of JHARKHAND came into existence on 15th November, 2000 by carving out 18 districts of Bihar. The JHARKHAND Public Service Commission was constituted under the provisions of the Article 315 of the Constitution of India by the Governor of JHARKHAND. Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) was established with the aim of making a commission fully responsible for making the recruitment for the government posts in the state.
Name of Organisation : Jharkhand Public Service Commission
Official Website : www.jpsc.gov.in
Name of Post : Food Safety Officer
No. of Post : 221
Category : Syllabus
Status : Available
Exam Pattern :
Time Duration : 2 hours
Interview Duration : 30 min.
Note : The Exact JPSC FSO Syllabus will be updated soon on our website after the official release.
Syllabus of Food Safety Officer
- Nutrition Introduction.
- Nutrients – Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fat, Vitamins and Minerals.
- Health & Public Health.
- Assessment of Nutritional Status – Biochemical, Anthropometry, Clinical and Diet Surveys.
- Functions, Requirements, Food Sources and Deficiency.
- Food Microbiology.
- Food Processing, Types of Processing Methods.
- Factors effecting spoilage & Prevention of Food Spoilage.
- Food spoilage – Types & Role of Micro-Organisms.
- Preservation of different types of foods.
- General methods of food preservation and food processing.
- Food Hazards of natural origin – seafood toxins, biogenic amines, alkaloids, phenolic compounds, protease inhibitors, phytates.
- Food born hazards of microbial origin, types, bacterial infections and intoxications.
- Food Laws and Regulations – Essential Commodities Act.
- Product Development – Criteria for Selection of raw materials, sensory evaluation, objective evaluation, standardization, labeling.
- Standards of Weights and Measures Act.
- Prevention of Food Adulteration Act – Food Additives and Contaminants.
- Bureau of Indian Standards.
- Export and Quality Control.
- Food Colours Flavouring Agents.
- Sampling Procedures for Conducting Surveys and for Quality Control.
- Sweeteners, Preservatives, Antioxidants, Emulsifying and Stabilizing Agents, Antimicrobial Substances.
- Occupational Health – Health of workers in Industries safety measures, Occupational Diseases.
- Indirect Additives, Residues, Contaminants & Adulterants, Pesticide Residues, Contaminants from Packaging Material, Metallic Contaminants, Adulterants Irradiated Food, Genetically Modified Food.
- Hygiene and sanitation in food sector – pest control measures, Garbage and Sewage disposal, Water – Sources, purification.
- Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
- WHO (World Health Organization).
- National Organizations – ICMR, ICAR, Council for Social Welfare, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.
- Hazards Analysis & Critical Control Point (HACCP).
- Improve the Health Status of people in India.
- International Organizations – FAO (Food & Agriculture Organization).
- Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006.
- Codex Alimentarius, ISO, WTO.
- Programs to Eradicate Malnutrition
- Food Safety & Standards Rules & Regulation, 2011 etc.
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