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How about IIM Indore?

Asked 2018-02-18 11:35:37 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The kitchens of IIM Indore were not audited by FSSAI; only 12 institutes were a part of this process.

What was IIT-D, IIT-M, IIT-K and IIT-B's score?

Asked 2018-02-18 11:29:54 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The scores of these institutions have not been made public by FSSAI. However, the Food Authority will share a detailed reported with these institutions so that they can take corrective actions.

What about IIT-D & IIM-A ? People aspire to study in these institutes, work hard day in & day out to get top quality education. So people would want to know about this!

Asked 2018-02-18 10:43:28 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

Only the kitchens of IIT Roorkee and IIM Ahmedabad passed this audit by getting more than the minimum score of 77. IIT Delhi, unfortunately, failed the audit. FSSAI will share the detailed report with the management of these institutions.

What's IIM Kozhikode score on this? Any major flaws?

Asked 2018-02-18 10:30:24 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The scores of these institutions have not been made public by FSSAI. But they are writing to the management of these institutions with detailed report and grades.

Please provide the detailed report of IIT Bombay.

Asked 2018-02-18 10:18:12 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

FSSAI hasn't released the detailed report to the public. However, they would be writing to all these 12 institutions with detailed audit reports and grades.

Will FSSAI conduct similar audits at IIITs? Please ask them to do so.

Asked 2018-02-18 08:34:06 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

There is no information available about the same. However, if you are a student of IIIT and facing any issue, please contact us at contact@newsbytesapp.com. We promise to give you a voice.

What about BITS Pilani, Hyderabad campus?

Asked 2018-02-18 07:20:35 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

BITS Pilani (Hyderabad campus) was not a part of this audit process. However, in case FSSAI does audit their kitchens in the future, we will update you.

What about IIT Dharwad?

Asked 2018-02-18 01:41:30 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The kitchens of IIM Dharwad were not audited by FSSAI; only select12 institutes were a part of this process.

Which IITs passed this audit?

Asked 2018-02-17 22:04:36 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

Amongst the IITs, the FSSAI audited the kitchens of Mumbai, Guwahati, Delhi, Chennai, Roorkee and Kanpur; only IIT Roorkee passed this audit.

Alike IIT Madras, is it same for IIT Kharagpur?

Asked 2018-02-17 21:52:11 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

IIT Kharagpur was not in the list of institutes, where FSSAI conducted food safety audits. However, in case you are a student of IIT Kharagpur and are facing any issue, please contact us at contact@newsbytesapp.com.

What is the status of IIT DHANBAD? Did it pass the audit?

Asked 2018-02-17 21:29:18 by Dhirendra Pratap Singh

Answered by NewsBytes

IIT Dhanbad was not a part of the safety audit done by FSSAI. As of now, we don't have information if FSSAI has any plans to conduct food audits of other institutions. We will update you in case there is a communication from FSSAI.

What about IISc, Bangalore?

Asked 2018-02-17 21:15:37 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The kitchens and canteens of IISc, Bangalore didn't pass the audit of FSSAI.

Any plans of checking the rest of the institutions like NITs?

Asked 2018-02-17 20:28:46 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

As of now, there is no information available on whether FSSAI plans to conduct audits of kitchens of NITs. We will update you in case FSSAI releases any communication regarding it.

What about IIT Hyderabad?

Asked 2018-02-17 20:24:34 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

IIT Hyderabad was not a part of the audit done by FSSAI.

What about IIT Kanpur?

Asked 2018-02-17 20:13:39 by Iresh Agarwal

Answered by NewsBytes

The canteens and kitchens of IIT Kanpur failed the audit. The kitchens were marked out of 114. The minimum score needed to clear the test was 77.

What about IIT Dhanbad?

Asked 2018-02-17 19:49:47 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

FSSAI didn't audit the kitchens of IIT Dhanbad. However, in future, if they do we will update you.

Any idea why these colleges were selected for testing specifically? Also, how much did the campuses that passed, score on the scale as described?

Asked 2018-02-17 19:35:47 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

In the past, several cases of unhygienic food were reported from kitchens of top academic institutions. In view of this, FSSAI ordered audits of the canteens, cafeterias, hostel mess of selected institutions. The reason behind their selection was not made public. The maximum score possible was 114, and a score less than 77 was considered "non-compliant". Only IIT-Roorkee and IIM Ahmedabad passed the audit.

Why private colleges' kitchens were not conducted by FSSAI? Are private colleges' students not human?

Asked 2018-02-17 18:22:04 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

In recent times, many cases of food safety issues were reported from kitchens of top academic institutions in India. In view of this, FSSAI ordered special audits of the canteens of select 12 institutes. The reason, why these institutes were selected, was not made public. However, if you are facing any issue, please contact us at contact@newsbytesapp.com. We promise to give you a voice.

What about the stray animals eating off the plates in JNU hostels and canteens?

Asked 2018-02-17 18:20:45 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

JNU was not a part of this audit. However, stray animals eating off the plates is a serious issue and we would like to cover this news. We would request you to please contact us at contact@newsbytesapp.com. In case this is true, we promise that we will give a voice to this issue.

What about IIT Bombay?

Asked 2018-02-17 18:12:42 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The kitchens and canteens of IIT Bombay didn't pass the audit. The institutes were marked out of 114. The minimum score needed to clear the test was 77 and unfortunately, IIT Bombay's score was less than this.

What about IIT Kharagpur?

Asked 2018-02-17 18:06:48 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

IIT Kharagpur was not amongst the 12 institutions audited by FSSAI.

What decision has been taken in IIT Bombay about separating veg and non veg kitchens?

Asked 2018-02-17 17:59:53 by Amarendra Narale

Answered by NewsBytes

The issue was about non-vegetarians using separate dishes. For the same, the general secretary of Hostel 11, "This thing has been practised since a long time, that mess people are serving non-veg in different plates as they are not part of the main menu...council members nothing of such kind can be forced upon anyone." However, there is no proposal to separate the kitchens.

What action plan has been designed to get rid of these problems?

Asked 2018-02-17 16:07:09 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

As per our understanding, this audit by FSSAI was done to see the status of the kitchens at premier institutes and not to devise any action plan. Given that 10 institutes have failed this audit, we do expect the governing bodies to soon come up with a plan. We will update you in case there is any communication.

What about IIT Madras?

Asked 2018-02-17 15:59:30 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) audited the campus kitchens of IIT Madras and they didn't pass the audit.

Being from an IIM, I know how badly the canteens are maintained. Though most of them are outsourced, hardly any measures are taken by the management.

Asked 2018-02-17 15:33:27 by Abhishek Koleri

Answered by NewsBytes

We completely agree with you. The canteens and kitchens of even premier institutes of India are in a bad state. This audit by FSSAI is only a indication of what the students of these institutes already know.

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