Biotechnology

Biotechnology

INTRODUCTION

 

Biotechnology is the use of biological processes, organisms, or systems to manufacture products intended to improve the quality of human life. We have used the biological processes of microorganisms for more than 6,000 years to make useful food products, such as bread and cheese, and to preserve dairy products.
Example: Modern biotechnologies involve making useful products from whole organisms or parts of organisms, such as molecules, cells, tissues and organs. Recent developments in biotechnology include genetically modified plants and animals, cell therapies and nanotechnology 

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

10+2 with science stream

 

JOB PROSPECTS

 

  • Biotechnology and genetic engineering firms
  • Food and drink manufacturers
  • Environmental and conservation (sewage and waste treatment, fuel, pollutant degradation) companies
  • Government and charity research institutes
  • Horticulture and Agriculture organisations (food and drink science)
  • NHS and private Hospitals
  • Pharmaceutical and chemical companies
  • Private clinical research companies (genetics, disease detection, therapy, etc.)
  • Universities.

 

BRANCHES

 

  • Microbiology                                                      
  • Cell Biology
  • Molecular Genetics                                             
  • Bioprocess Engineering
  • Bio Informatics                                                   
  • Biochemistry
  • Bio  Robotics

 

TOP INSTITUTES

 

IITs

 

  • IIT Kharagpur
  • IIT Chennai
  • IIT Guwahati
  • IIT Roorkee

 

Admission Criteria: JEE Advance

 

NITs

 

  • NIT Jalandhar
  • MNNIT Allahabad
  • NIT Agartala
  • NIT Warangal
  • NIT Calicut
  • NIT Durgapur
  • NIT Raipur
  • NIT Rourkela

 

Admission Criteria: JEE Mains

 

SRM University, Chennai

 

  • Course: B.tech in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: For Kattankulathur campus: Minimum 60% aggregate in PCM / PCB

For NCR, Delhi campus: 

  • Minimum 50% aggregate in PCM / PCB
  • Passed in (10+2 pattern) with Physics, Chemistry and  Mathematics or Biology or Biotechnology as major subjects in regular stream from any  state board within India, CBSE, ISCE, Matriculation, or NIOS
  • Selection Process: (SRMJEEE)

 

GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi

 

  • Course: B.Tech/ M.Tech (Dual Degree) (Bio-Technology)
  • Eligibility: 10+2 with 55% marks in PCB/ Biotechnology. Candidate must additionally have passed in English.
  • Selection Process: IPUCET

 

Vellore Institute Of Technology, Tamil Nadu

 

  • Course: B.Tech in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: 10+2 with 60% marks with PCB/M
  • Selection Process: VITEEE

 

Panjab University, Chandigarh

 

  • Course: Bachelor of Science (Honours) Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: Should have passed 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks with English, PCM/B
  • Selection Process: PU-CET

 

Panjab University(Affiliated Colleges), Chandigarh

 

  • Course: B.Sc. (Biotechnology Honours),B.Sc. Medical (Biotechnology Elective)
  • Eligibility: Should have passed 10+2 examination with at least 40% marks with English, PCB/M                            
  • Selection Process: Marks 

 

Colleges under Panjab University

 

  • DAV College Sector-10
  • Sri Guru Gobind Singh College Sector-26
  • Goswami Ganesh Dutta S.D. College, Sector-32
  • Post Graduate Govt. College Sector- 11 (PGGC-11)
  • Post Graduate Govt. College for Girls Sector-42(PGGCG-42)

 

Mumbai University, Mumbai

 

  • Course: B.Sc. in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: 12th pass out with Science stream with English as a Subject
  • Selection Process: Marks Based

 

Fergusson College, Pune

 

  • Course: B.Sc. in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: Should have passed 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks with English, PCM/B
  • Selection Process: Marks Based

 

Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)- AIEEA

 

All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA)-UG shall be conducted for admission to Bachelor Degree programmes in Agriculture and allied sciences (other than veterinary sciences), at Agricultural Universities on 15% of the University seats (100% seats in RLB CAU Jhansi, NDRI Karnal and Dr. RP CAU Pusa, Bihar)

 

  • Course: B.Sc. in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: 10+2 examination or equivalent/Inter (Agriculture) with PCM/ PCB/ PCMB/ PCA/ PCH subject combinations with 50% marks in aggregate
  • Selection Process:  Entrance Exam (AIEEA-UG)

 

D.Y. PATIL UNIVERSITY, PUNE

 

  • Course: B. Tech. (Medical Biotechnology)
  • Eligibility: 10+2 with 50% marks with PCB
  • Selection Process: Through ‘All India Common Entrance Test’ conducted by Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune

 

UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY  (PU, Chandigarh)

 

  • Course: B. E. Biotechnology 
  • Eligibility: 10+2 50 % marks in PCB/PCM
  • Selection Process: Entrance Test conducted by CBSE (JEE) Mains

 

Thapar University, Patiala

 

  • Course:  B.Tech. in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: 10+2 with 60% marks with PCB

Selection Process 

 

  • Mode 1: Based on JEE Mains 2019 or NEET 2019 score for 70% of seats
  • Mode 2: Based on 10+2 marks in PCB for 30% of the available seats

 

Osmania University, Hyderabad

 

  • Course: B.Sc. in Biotechnology
  • Eligibility: 10+2 with PCM/PCB
  • Selection Process: Marks based admission

 

Types of biotechnology include:

 

  • Environmental - detecting and controlling pollution and contamination in the environment, industrial waste, and agricultural chemicals, creating renewable energy and designing biodegradable materials to reduce humanity's ecological footprint
  • Medical and Health - using live organisms or biomolecular processes to develop and improve treatments, identify inherited diseases, cure certain disorders, and even lead to organ regeneration
  • Industrial - using cloning and enzyme production to preserve and enhance the taste in food and drink, and developing enzymes to remove stains from clothing at lower washing temperatures
  • Agricultural biotechnology - improving animal feed and genetically modifying crops to increase pest resistance and productivity
  • Biofuels- using organic compounds to reduce the cost of bio-refining reagents and put biofuels on an equal footing with fossil fuels, and creating chemicals from renewable biomass to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • Marine and Aquatic biotechnology- Increasing the yields of farmed fish and designing disease-resistant strains of oysters and vaccines against certain viruses that can infect fish.

 

 

 

 

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