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    What are the Subjects of M.Sc Biotechnology Course?

    Hello,
    what subjects and how many subjects there in m.sc biotechnology course??
    give complete course structure





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    DRGEE
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    Re: What are the Subjects of M.Sc Biotechnology Course?

    Syllabus of Jawaharlal Nehru University MSc Biotechnology -

    Semester - I

    BT511 - Mathematics for Biologists

    BT512 - Biophysical Chemistry

    BT513 - Computational Biology-I

    BT514 - Biochemistry

    BT515 - Enzymology

    BT516 - Immunology

    BT517 - Cell Biology

    BT518 - Laboratory Techniques-I

    Semester - II
    BT521 - Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics

    BT522 - Bioprocess Technology

    BT523 - Engineering Principles

    BT524 - Laboratory Techniques-II

    Semester - III
    BT531 - Computational Biology-II

    BT532 - Molecular Biology of Eukaryotic Systems

    BT533 - Genetic Engineering & Applications

    BT534 - Immunotechnology

    Semester - IV
    BT541 Journal Club-II

    BT542 Project

    BT543 Project Presentation




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    rajilucky02
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    Re: What are the Subjects of M.Sc Biotechnology Course?

    hi,
    the following are the subjects in M.Sc biotechnology;
    mathematics,immunology,cell biology,enzymology,immunology,molecular biology,genetics,bio-process technology,biochemistry,imunotechnology and project.these subjects will be similar in many universities.All the best.

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    siddjain93
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    Re: What are the Subjects of M.Sc Biotechnology Course?

    Various Subjects in M.Sc Biotechnology Course-

    Semester I:

    Theory:
    • Biological Chemistry
    • Cell Biology
    • Quantitative Methods

    Practical:
    • Biological Chemistry
    • Cell Biology
    • Quantitative Methods
    Semester II:

    Theory:
    • Molecular Biology
    • Genetics
    • Microbial Technology
    • Virology
    • Immunology
    • Bioinformatics

    Practical:
    • Molecular Biology
    • Genetics
    • Microbiology, Virology & Immunology
    • Bioinformatics

    Semester III:

    Theory:
    • Tissue Culture (Plant & Animal)
    • Fundamentals of Genetic Engineering
    • Advanced Techniques in Biological Chemistry & Molecular Biology
    • Biochemical Engineering
    • Pleuripotent Cell Technologies and Reproduction
    Practical:
    • Tissue Culture (Plant & Animal)
    • Genetic Engineering
    • Advanced Techniques in Biological Chemistry & Biochemical Engineering
    Semester IV:

    Theory:
    • Structural Biology
    • Industrial Biotechnology
    • Applications of Genetic Engineering
    • Plant Biotechnology
    • Chemical Synthesis & Screening in Biotechnology
    • Genomics & Proteomics
    • Molecular Immunology & Immunotechnology
    • Molecular Approaches to Drug Discovery
    • Nanobiotechnology
    • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) & Patents

    Practical:
    • Project
    • Seminar

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