- About Us
- Industrial Biotechnology Training
- Career Development
Providing a foundation in the basic sciences such as biology, chemistry, and physics.
Developing an understanding of biotechnology techniques, including genetic engineering, bioprocessing, and molecular biology.
Fostering the ability to analyze and interpret scientific data.
Providing hands-on laboratory experience to develop practical skills in biotechnology.
Encouraging critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Preparing students for careers in biotechnology and related fields, such as pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and medical research.
Enhancing communication skills to enable effective collaboration and presentation of research findings.
Providing an understanding of ethical, legal, and social issues related to biotechnology.
Encouraging a lifelong commitment to learning and professional development.
Overall, the program aims to produce well-rounded graduates who have the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to the advancement of biotechnology and related fields.
10+2 (Biology/ Mathematics/ Agriculture) with 50% marks from a recognized board in Rajasthan and 60% marks for students outside Rajasthan.
Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology can pursue a variety of career paths, including:
Biomedical researcher: Conduct research in the areas of medicine and biology to develop new treatments and therapies.
Biotech laboratory technician: Perform laboratory tests and experiments, as well as analyze data and report results.
Biotech product development specialist: Develop and bring new biotechnology products to market, such as drugs, medical devices, and diagnostic tests.
Biotech sales and marketing professional: Promote and sell biotechnology products to customers in a variety of industries, including pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and medical devices.
Biotech project manager: Plan and manage biotechnology projects, including research and development, product development, and production.
Biotech regulatory affairs specialist: Navigate regulatory requirements and obtain approval for new biotechnology products.
Biotech patent attorney: Assist biotechnology companies in protecting their intellectual property through patents and other legal mechanisms.
Biotech entrepreneur: Start and manage a biotechnology company, developing new products and services in the industry.
In addition to these specific roles, biotechnology graduates can also find opportunities in related fields such as pharmaceuticals, environmental science, and food science. They can also continue their education with a Master's or PhD degree in Biotechnology or a related field to further advance their careers.
B.Sc Biotechnology Part I:-
2. Cell Biology
3. Biostatistics & Computer Application
4. Developmental Biology
6. Bioanalytical Techniques & Instrumentation
7. Energy Resources & Utilisation
9. Plant & Animal Physiology
B.Sc Biotechnology Part II
1. Molecular Genetics
2. Food & Dairy Technology
3. Bioresources & Waste Management
4. Biochemistry II
5. Plant Secondary Metabolites
6. Environmental biotechnology
7. Industrial Biotechnology
8. Recombinant DNA Technology
9. Behavioral Sciences & Basic Communication Skills
10. Industrial Training
B.Sc Biotechnology Part III:-
1. Genomics & Proteomics
2. Plant Biotechnology
3. Animal Biotechnology
4. Medical Biotechnology
5. Fundamental of Bioinformatics & Nanotechnology
6. Bioethics & IPR
7. Critical Reasoning Scientific and Presentation
8. Industrial Relations & Entrepreneurship
9. Industrial Training / Project