• Bioinformatics
  • Name of Courses:

    • M.Sc. Bioinformatics
     

    Objectives

    Objectives of this course (M.Sc. Bioinformatics) essentially focus on the development of skills of students for a successful career in industry or research.
    • The course structure emphasizes enough effort on theory as well as laboratory practical work so as to have fundamentals clear and strengthened through practical.
    • It is essential for the students to read research papers and deliver seminars that would help them to know the recent advances in the subject and also develop the communication skills.
    • The course includes project work that would develop the scientific approach and research attitude to plan and implement experiments, record observations, interpret them on the basis of existing knowledge and communicate through clear and concise English.
    • The course emphasizes on the delivery of the state of the art technologies in Genomics, Proteomics and Drug discovery and lab training to know how biological data is generated.
    • The course has been designed to fulfill needs of the industry for the manpower with the specific skills sets in the area of bioinformatics.
     

    Duration:

    4 Semester
     

    Eligibility:

    • B.Sc. or equivalent with 50% marks
    • A student who has obtained Bachelor’s degree with minimum 50% in (i) B.Sc. (Biotechnology / Microbiology / Biochemistry / Zoology / Botany / Chemistry /Mathematics /Statistics / Computer Science). (ii) B. Pharm. (iii) MBBS (iv) BDS (v) BAMS (vi) BHMS (vii) B.E. in Computer Science or Information technology or Biomedical Engineering will be considered eligible for admission to M.Sc. Bioinformatics course.
    • Students will be admitted to M.Sc. Bioinformatics course through Central Entrance Test from the academic year 2011-12. For the first batch of the course in the academic year 2010-2011, students were admitted to the course on the merit list based on the marks obtained in graduation.
     
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