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7th August 2012, 09:23 PM
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How to do MSc in Biotechnology after completing B.E in Chemical Engineering?


i completed my BE in chemical engg. i am interested to do MSc in biotechnology or environmental science, or any other relevant courses. i need to know my options for colleges in bangalore belonging to any university.





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7th March 2013, 10:37 PM
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MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology (BIO)

The Department of Chemical Engineering offers four courses that are built around a wide choice of advanced taught modules plus a research project in one of our research focus areas.

MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering (ACE)
MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology (BIO)
MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Process Systems Engineering (PSE)
MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering with Structured Product Engineering (SPE)

All four courses are full-time, starting at the beginning of the academic year (late September or early October) and extending over 12 months.

The Advanced Chemical Engineering (ACE) course allows students to undertake advanced study in chemical engineering coupled with appropriate background study in basic sciences, mathematics and computing techniques, while the specialised MSc streams (BIO, PSE or SPE) give you the opportunity to explore one area of chemical engineering in more depth. The Biotechnology course provides a firm foundation in the science and engineering of biological processes, ranging from metabolic engineering and tissue engineering to wastewater treatment.
Course structure

All four courses are run on a modular basis. After you join, you are required to choose a research project and 10 modules in which to be examined. Each module represents the equivalent of 20 hours of lectures and 10 hours of tutorial support or project work. The choice of modules is made under the direction of your research project supervisor and the course coordinator. Students on the specialised courses (BIO, SPE, PSE) are required to take four modules in their area of specialisation from the list of modules offered by the Department.

BIO students take 10 modules, of which four must be in the biotechnology module list, and up to two can be from the industrial and business studies modules. The research project is selected from a list of topics in the area of biotechnology. The research carried out during the MSc integrates within the relevant research focus areas, and is often pursued in collaboration with PhD students and postdoctoral research associates. A list of potential projects will be provided at the start of the course.

Typical BIO modules include:

Advanced bioprocess engineering
Downstream separation in biotechnology
Environmental biotechnology: principles and applications
Fundamentals of biotechnology
Membrane science and membrane separation processes
Modelling of biological systems
Transport processes in biological systems

You are also required to select a research project in the area of specialisation. Finally, all MSc students are required to attend a number of professional skills workshops on topics such as technical report writing, presentation skills or job hunting.

Each course offers the opportunity to take modules in business and industry. These modules are taught by Imperial College Business School, and the choices typically include:

Entrepreneurship
Finance and financial management
Innovation management
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7th March 2013, 10:40 PM
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M.Sc. Biotechnology

Introduction

Biotechnology is highly multi-disciplinary, dependent not only upon scientists in biology and chemistry, and engineers, but also upon financial, legal, and managerial experts. In its purest form, the term "biotechnology" refers to the use of living organisms or their products to modify human health and the human environment. It is also a conglomeration of various combined technologies applied to living cells for production of a particular product or enhancing its quality according to our preferences. Its application varies from agriculture to industry - food, pharmaceutical, chemical, bio-products, textiles, medicine, nutrition, environmental conservation, animal sciences etc., arguably making it one of the fastest growing fields.

Course Information

The post graduate course lays emphasis on practical laboratory training with industrial course forming part of the course. Some of the subjects covered during the course of the study are genetic engineering, molecular biology, biochemistry, biomolecules, microbiology, plant biotechnology, animal biotechnology, envioronmental biotechnology ,cell biology and genetics, immunology , bioinformatics and computer applications.

Entry Requirement

BSc degree with 50% aggregate marks in all the three optional subjects and should have chemistry /biochemistry compulsorily along with at least one of the following optional subjects microbiology / botany /biotechnology / zoology / envioronmental science / applied zoology / applied botany / genetics / lifescience / biochemistry / diary science / agricultural science /horticulture / forestry / fisheries.

Assessment

The students are assessed based on their practical laboratory work and term end examination.

Job Prospects

Successful candidates can look forward in joining research nstitutions, agricultural research institute, biotechnology companies, pharmaceutical companies, clinical research organization, food processing companies etc.

Biotechnology is gradually entering into a wider and wider range of industries, including:
DNA fingerprinting - a key technique in forensic science
Traditional brewing and distilling industry
Food industries employing new strains of microorganisms to produce fermented food products and synthetic microbial meat substitute
Bioremediation technologies for the treatment of residues/wastes
Health care for treatment and diagnosis
Biotransformation of chemical and drugs in the Pharmaceutical indust
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8th March 2013, 11:05 AM
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i completed my BE in chemical engg. i am interested to do MSc in biotechnology or environmental science, or any other relevant courses. i need to know my options for colleges in bangalore belonging to any university.
HI!
I am sorry to say that you are eligible for M.Sc Biotechnology after passing B.E chemical engineering.

If you want you have other option like:-
> M.B.A
> M.E
etc

For M.Sc Biotechnology you have to pass B.Sc with biology, biotechnology, Zoology, Life Science etc.

ALL THE BEST!
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20th March 2013, 06:13 PM
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Yes you can do M SC in biotechnology, You can give GRE test which costs Rs. 10000/- and then apply for colleges outside India as there are good scope for M SC in biotechnology in Other countries.
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21st March 2013, 04:22 PM
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Yes you can apply for M.Sc Biotechnology if you have B.E in Chemical Engineering.

Bachelor's degree in Biological/Physical/Pharmacy/Agriculture/Veterinary/FisheryScience or Engg./Tech./Medicine with 55% marks is required for M.Sc biotechnology.


So if you have 55% marks then definitely you can apply for then entrance examination.

The admission is based on the entrance examination conducted by various Universities.

To get admission in a good university you have to qualify the entrance with good marks.

The questions will be asked from Biology and Chemistry in the entrance examination so be prepared for it.

Some of the popular M.Sc Biotechnology entrance examinations are mentioned below:

-IIT JAM

-CUCET 2013 Central Universities Common Entrance Test

-Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Admission Test

-Manipal University

-Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology Bangalore

-Punjab University (PU) OCET

-VIT University Vellore
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Dear sir/ madam


i completed BE in biotechnology , and now i am interested to go for an MSc in Microbiology instead of Mtech, is it a good choice or option from my side though i am moving from Engineering/Technical side to science side...

i am in confussion please let me know the future or trend for my choice.


Thanking you
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5th August 2013, 12:44 PM
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Dear Sir

I completed BE in biotechnology and now i am in a confusion whether to do MSc in microbiology or Mtech (related to Biotechnology)..

am i eligible for doing MSc in microbiology and how would be the future in that filed..

and any one can please explain me whats the future advantage/disadvantage b/w i am doing MSc or MTech....?
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Sir how is the opportunity for chemical engineering in near future.
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