Department of Biotechnology

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  •   About M.Sc. Biotechnology Course:
    Biotechnology is one of the most progressive and beneficial scientific advances of the last quarter century. An interdisciplinary field that includes biological sciences, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering etc. It combines various-technologies to either create a new product or modify an existing one to suit our needs. Its widespread application across multiple industries like food, pharmaceutical, chemical, bio-products, medicine, nutrition, environmental conservation and animal sciences makes a career in biotechnology one of the fastest growing fields with ample opportunities for qualified professionals.

  •   Departmental Facilities:
    • The backbone of the department is the intellectual rigor provided by a dedicated faculty.
    • Well-equipped laboratories.
    • Provide platform to develop research aptitude.
    • Effective assistance for placement.
    • Arrangement of lectures of the researchers or professionals from the field of Microbiology and Biotechnology.
    • Organize Industrial visits and encourage the students for internship programs.

  •   Career Opportunities:
    • Provides careers in Industries (Pharmaceutical, healthcare, food processing, vaccine manufacturing, Agricultural industry, etc.)
    • Provide career in Research & Development cell, Cell Culture Department and Diagnostic labs
    • Biotechnologist, Biochemist, Clinical research associate, medical transcriptionist, Medical Representative.
    • Pollution Control and Bioremediation projects
    • Entrepreneurial Opportunities
    • After clearing CSIR-UGC NET student can pursue Ph.D. in various organizations as Junior Research Fellow (JRF), can work as Research Associate and Teaching Profession

    Microbial Biotechnology, Food Microbiology, Enzyme Technology, Bioprocess Technology, Microbial Physiology, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Biochemistry