Programme Name M.Sc Biotechnology

Programme Educational Objective

PEO1 Graduates will establish themselves in various sectors of Biotechnology related industries such as Pharma, Clinical diagnostics, Agriculture, Food, Textiles etc..
PEO2 Graduates will exhibit their effective skills in Research & Development in Biotechnology field at the National and International level.
PEO3 Graduates gain through knowledge in the subject develop effective communication skills and be
good academicians.
PEO4 Recognition of the need for and an engage in lifelong learning process for productive career.
PEO5 Graduates are encouraged and motivated to become entrepreneur with strong ethics.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

PO1 Acquires scientific knowledge on the various subjects related to Biotechnology field.
PO2 Develops skills pertaining to various fields of Biotechnology
PO3 Trained to implement their knowledge in research
PO4 Understand the implications on the environment and society at large.
PO5 Understand the ethical issues pertaining to the subject.
PO6 Students will be able to design new biotechnological products or processes by applying innovative knowledge of different disciplines of biotechnology.
PO7 Develops ability to successfully carryout advanced tasks and projects independently in various streams of biotechnology discipline.
PO8 Demonstrate the ability to carry out the research projects independently.
PO9 Develops the ability to conceptualize and carry out collaborative ventures across the disciplines.
PO10 Develop skill sets for employability in diverse areas of biotechnology as well as for the higher studies.
CO1 Describe the genetic structure and type of chromatin
CO2 Elucidate the types, damage and repair of DNA, types of RNAs, genetic code
CO3 Understand the concept of mutations
CO4 Explicate the mechanism of gene regulation in prokaryotes
CO5 Understand the concept of gene expression in eukaryotes
Subject Code: 21MBT1CB Subject Title: BIOCHEMISTRY
CO1 Classify Carbohydrates Based on their structure, Characteristics and various metabolic pathway.
CO2 Describe the structure, properties and metabolism of Amino Acids and Proteins.
CO3 Acquire the knowledge on categorization, structure and catabolism of Lipids.
CO4 Explicate classification of Enzymes and Mechanism of their action
CO5 Appreciate the structure, Biosynthesis, Degradation of Nucleic Acids Types, Properties and deficiency of vitamins.
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CO1 Identify microbiological techniques the defining characteristics of the major groups of microorganisms and apply to study microbial phylogeny
CO2 Classify the nutritional types of microorganisms and measure microbial growth.
CO3 Evaluate How microorganism interact with the environment in Beneficial or Detrimental ways.
CO4 Assess impact of plant microbe interaction on Agriculture in both beneficial and detrimental ways. Identify industrial important microbes.
CO5 Determine ways in which microorganisms plays an integral role in disease and the microbial and immunological methodologies are used in disease treatment and prevention.
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CO1 Know the theory behind fundamental bioinformatics analysis methods
CO2 Apply the various chromatography technique for the biomolecule analysis
CO3 Evaluate the biomolecules samples by the use of bio instruments
CO4 Know basic concepts of probability and statistics.
CO5 Describe statistical methods and probability distributions relevant for molecular biology data
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CO1 Compare and contrast the mechanism of innate and adaptive immunity
CO2 Explain the overall organization of the immune system
CO3 Describe the structure and genetic basis of immunogens and immunoglobin
CO4 Investigate the adverse effects of the immune system including allergy and hypersensitivity
CO5 Explain the production and types various vaccines
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CO1 Provide basic concepts in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
CO2 Explain the different types of vectors and their cloning strategies
CO3 Describes the techniques for constructing recombinant DNA
CO4 Acquire knowledge on advanced recombinant techniques
CO5 Learn about the various applications of genetic engineering
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CO1 Determine the factors influencing plant cell differentiation and thereby execute proper techniques/ procedures for the maintenance of sterile condition and proper plant growth
CO2 Know about the techniques that followed in plant transformation technology
CO3 Understands the applications of genetic transformation techniques in plants.
CO4 Able to analysis the secondary metabolites of plants for vaccine production
CO5 Learn about the techniques used for the phytochemical extractions.
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CO1 Recall the basic concepts of Biotechnology and explain fundamental cellular events during the process of animal cell culture development and the media preparation
CO2 Examine the primary cell culture and characterization of cell lines
CO3 Understand about the contaminations of animal cell culture and the preservation
CO4 Apply the learned techniques for the production of transgenic animals
CO5 Learn the IVF and ET techniques and the ethical issues in animal biotechnology
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CO1 Understand the basics of fermentation and bioprocess engineering
CO2 Designing of bioreactors and control necessary for maximizing production
CO3 Select and optimize media for maximum production of microbial metabolites.
CO4 Evaluate the bioprocess instruments and the controlling systems
CO5 Designing of protocols for strain improvement and separation of molecules after fermentation process
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CO1 Acquire knowledge in basic principles of drug discovery and generic medicines
CO2 Describe  the concept of  immunity and production of vaccine
CO3 Explain the concepts of rDNA technology in pharmaceuticals and its applications
CO4 Apply the principles of GLP and protein engineering in Pharmaceutical Industry
CO5 Knowledge on genetic multiplication for vaccine production and biotransformation
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CO1 Develop basic skills and techniques involved in Genome Mapping and Sequencing
CO2 Understand and build skills for separation and amplification of DNA
CO3 Analyze the data available in databases
CO4 Familiarize the techniques involved in protein-protein interaction
CO5 Understand the repositories of Biological Data Knowledge
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CO1 Account for the theoretical approaches to business venture creation in biotech, and apply the theoretical perspectives in composing a business plan.
CO2 Discuss and assess the particular business conditions affecting commercialization of life sciences, hereunder, strategic choices, business models, financing, corporate governance, sales, marketing, regulatory affairs, and be able to assess and conduct a market-analysis, a distribution- and sales analysis, as well as a marketing plan
CO3 Conduct IP analysis, hereunder initial freedom to operate, novelty and patentability searches
CO4 Compose and write a business plan offering a convincing presentation of a biotech venture. The element of the business plan should reflect skillful application of theories and tools
CO5 Demonstrate understanding of the biotech and business concepts
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21MBTE01 Occupational Health & Industrial Safety
CO1 Recognize and evaluate occupational safety and health hazards in the workplace
CO2 Determine appropriate hazard controls following the hierarchy of controls
CO3 Select appropriate control methodologies based on the hierarchy of controls
CO4 Identify relevant regulatory and national consensus standards along with best practices that are applicable
CO5 Analyze injury and illness data for trends.
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CO1 Gain awareness about Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) to take measure for the protecting their ideas
CO2 Devise business strategies by taking account of IPRs
CO3 Assists in technology upgradation and enhancing competitiveness.
CO4 Knowledge in the use of genetically modified organisms and its effect on human health
CO5 Gain more insights into the regulatory affairs
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CO1 Discuss the applications of biophysics and principle involved in bioinstruments
CO2 Describe the methodology involved in biotechniques
CO3 Demonstrate knowledge and practical skills of using instruments in biology and medical field
CO4 Perform techniques involved in molecular biology and diagnosis of diseases
CO5 Update current knowledge regarding biomedical engineering involving new methods and the instrumentation
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CO1 Ecological and evolutionary processes that are important for conservation of biodiversity
CO2 Analyzing and evaluating the importance of biological processes on conservation of biodiversity
CO3 Critical reading and understanding of scientific results in conservation biology
CO4 Planning management of biodiversity and biological resources in the light of ecological and evolutionary dynamics.
CO5 Advanced understanding of biodiversity and conservation biology that is highly valuable both for scientific and management purposes
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CO1 Impart an insight into the various plant water relations
CO2 Higher levels of learning about the mineral nutrition in plants
CO3 Understand the mechanism of various metabolic processes in plants
CO4 Acquire basic knowledge about growth and development in plants
CO5 Equip students with skills and techniques related to plant physiology so that they can design their own experiments
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CO1 Learn the structural and functional changes in circulatory system comparatively
CO2 Learn respiratory physiology and respiratory parts of the body comparatively between animal groups
CO3 Analyze the effects of external stimulus on the physiological functions of cells
CO4 Learn the structure and functions of excretion system comparatively
CO5 Evaluate nutrition types and digestive events in animals comparatively
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CO1 Illustrate the structure and function of cellular organelles
CO2 Discuss basic embryonic development
CO3 Demonstrate the use of modern cell-related techniques
CO4 Evaluate the applications of cell and development biology to understand the basic of life
CO5 Explain the stress response proteins and their functions
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CO1 Basic principles at an advanced level related to the evolution of behavior, the various frameworks used to study the evolution of human behavior
CO2 Discuss the history and controversies in the development of an evolutionary approach to the study of human behavior
CO3 Prepare and develop a critical perspective on an independent study topic related to the evolution of human behavior
CO4 Explain a topic or argument in the field orally using a selective case study approach
CO5 Synthesize material from a range of cutting-edge and classic scholarly sources relevant to a topic or argument in the field balancing general argument and evidence