Its great honor for me to be the pioneer Chairperson of Department of Human Nutrition & Dietetics. As being an educationist, I am always determined to make efficient and transparent administration. The environment will be made conducive to learning, equipping the youth with practical knowledge so that our graduates may prove to be a beneficial addition in professionalism of under developed region. Nutrition’s main way of control is through your diet and way of living. Candidates having knowledge of this will benefit them immensely in providing results for negative deficiencies in regards to health. With young people focusing on the needs and requirements of their nutritional intake, it will help them to distinguish between all the negative issues created because of poor control in diet and health. By utilizing professional impacts of novel food research, nutritional issues can be addressed and ultimately there will be eminent bonus in securing the positive health of our employees in the health apparaqtus. May Allah bless you with the virtue of knowledge and the hobby of serving the humanity, the society, the nation and of course your family.
Dr. Mian M. Zeeshan Javaid
B.S. Human Nutrition & Dietetics
Human nutrition encompasses an extremely broad range of medical, social, commercial, and ethical domains and thus represents a wide, interdisciplinary scientific and cultural discipline. MUST has realized high prevalence of both disease-related malnutrition and overweight/obesity problems in community of underdeveloped region of Kashmir & Pakistan. In order to contribute towards vital segment of Health, Mirpur University of Science & Technology (MUST) has opted as academic responsibility to initiate new horizons of knowledge in Human Nutrition & Dietetics thus addressing important risk factors for disease burden and mortality worldwide.
“Better health through judicious intake of food”
To serve the community through promoting academically and culturally diverse environment based on improved nutrition status through judicious intake of food; thus increased awareness about improved food choices at national as well as international levels.
F.Sc. (Pre-medical) or equivalent with 60% minimum marks