Departments

biotechnology

Department of Bio Technology​

The Department of Biotechnology was established in the year 2002. The Department offers an undergraduate and postgraduate programmesthat are affiliated to the Anna University, Chennai and is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi. The institution is recognized by Department of scientific and industrial research (DSIR). The dignified department poses on its four pillars of potency – the Management, teachers, students their values and discipline that pave the way for a tough foundation, inculcating visionary ideas with friendship and concord in hard work. Fourteen batches of students have commendably succeeded from this reputed biotechnology department with flying colors and many were gold medal consignee of the Anna University. Our department serves as a benchmark to all the other departments in our institution.     

COURSES OFFERED

  • Under Graduate: B.Tech Biotechnology
  • Post Graduate: M.Tech Biotechnology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Science and Technology

Excellent education imparted by the skilled faculty members enable the students to outshine both in the academic as well as extra-curricular front. Right now, there are 14 teaching faculties and 2 non-teaching faculties in the department with expertise in various areas of biotechnology such as Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Environmental toxicology and occupational health hazards, Environmental Biotechnology, ethnobotany, Molecular biology,Immunotechnology, Biochemistry,Nanosciemce and Chemical engineering etc. Apart from surpassing in academic sphere, the faculty members are honing their research activities. Over the yester years, faculty members have received grants from various national organizations accounting to more than Rs.1.0 crores under the DST Project, MODROB Scheme from AICTE and also under various cadres. Faculties of the department are presenting research articles in various national and international conferences apart from publishing their original research articles in national and international journals of high impact factor.

            Knowledge of the budding bio-techies is not constraint within the walls of the class, but it travels much beyond. The talented faculty members lend a hand to the students to discover and nurture their technical skills. Students are encouraged to participate in technical symposium, workshop, national and international conferences in which the techies make an eternal impression in all the events they take part by winning prizes and bring laurels to both the institution and the department. The competent bio-techies are motivated to inscribe research proposals in the under graduate level. A praiseworthy point to be cited in this context is that some of our students have obtained TNSCST student project grant.

            The department strives to adopt effective learning process so as to meet the recent trends of science and technology and to carve the students as a skill-oriented biotechnologist in par with the national as well as international front. We feel proud to share that most of our students are well placed in reputed biotechnology firms with good packages, which by themselves speak of the march of the department towards quality education, research and sustainability in imparting knowledge in the fore front of biotechnology.

Our department has incepted M.Tech Biotechnology (PG Course) in the academic year 2012 onwards which includes various benefits such as easy sanction of grants, funds for research oriented projects; which in turn reinforces the creased numbers of in-house projects and publications.

Name: Dr.V.Karthikeyan.Ph.D

Email: karthimicro2006@gmail.com

QUALIFICATION: Ph.D.
EXPERTISE :

Immunology and microbial genetics, Food, Dairy and Industrial Microbiology Biotechnology and Molecular Biology, Environmental Microbiology, Analytical techniques in Biotechnology, Bioethics.

RESEARCH :

Project Guidance: 125 students which includes B.Tech, M.Tech, B.Sc.,M.Sc., M.Phil

INDUSTRIAL CONSULTANCY
  • Pondchy pharmaceuticals
  • Serva Seva Diary Federation Limited
  • Medox Biotech Limited (DSIR Approved)
  • Innovative health care
FUNDS RECEIVED

DBT, DST, AICTE, ICMR, NABARD, SERB, TNSCST (38 lakhs)

COLLABORATION

Pondchy Pharmaceuticals & Innovative Healthcare

AWARDS

Life Time Achievement Award for Social Relevance

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

BD 501,EMPanchakavyam,Blood grouping Kit

PUBLICATIONS

National 30, International 11

ACHIEVEMENTS

Mosquito larrvicidal liquid development

M.Tech Biotechnology

S.No

Name of the Faculty

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

M.Sc., M. Phil., Ph.D (Sci), M.Tech, Ph.D (Tech)

Professor

2

Dr.Gowrishankar

B.Tech., MS (Research), Ph.D, Post Doc

Associate professor

3

Mr.R.AlexSelva Prakash

B.Tech (Chemical Engg)

Assistant professor (Adjunct)

4

Mr.Isaipriyan

B.E., M.Tech

Assistant professor

B.Tech Biotechnology

S.No

Name of the Faculty

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr.A.Sheela Devi

M.Sc., M. Phil., Ph.D

Assistant professor

2

Mr.J.Joseph

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

3

Ms.V. Sugumari

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

4

Ms.G.Arthi

B.E., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

5

Mr.C.A.Akilan

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

6

Ms.C.Mohanapriya

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

7

Mr.K.Vasu

B.Tech (Chemical Engg)

Assistant Professor (Adjunct)

8

Mr.Vijayaragavan

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

9

Mr.R.Praveen

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

10

Ms.S.Vaishnavidevi

B.Tech., M.Tech

Assistant professor

 

 

To provide remarkable platform by offering quality education and research in Biotechnology for the benefit of the society and to become a Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology.

  • To impart strong theoretical as well as practical knowledge, skills and attitude to students with discipline and dedication for producing quality technocrats in Biotechnology.
  • To produce skillful professional Biotechnologists to cater the needs of Bio-based industries in collaboration with renowned academia and industry.
  • To empower the students to become competent enough to solve a wide array of social and economic problems with Biotechnological innovations.
  1. Graduates will have successful career in healthcare industries, pharmaceuticals or in other related industries.
  2. Graduates will work globally in core Biotech frontier areas of health care, food and nutrition, agriculture and environment.
  3. Graduates will become responsible professional ethically and socially with leadership qualities and entrepreneurship skills.

PO1 – Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO 2 – Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO 3 – Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4 – Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5 – Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6 – The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7 – Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO 8 – Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9 – Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 10 – Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11 – Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12 – Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1: Develop Eco friendly bio-products in the area of human welfare considering environmental sustainability.

PSO2: Apply biochemical engineering concepts with ethics to find solutions for industrial challenges.

List of Organized Conferences / Seminars

S.No

Date

Name of the Event

Sponsor

Chief guest

1

10.09.14

&   11.09.14

National level conference on applications of Radioisotopes in Modern Healthcare and energy demand in India

 

DBT

Dr. Sheela ,

Deputy Chief Executive, NFC , Hyderabad

2

08.12.15

to   12.12.15

Short Term Training Programme on Statistical and Phylogenetic Tools for Biologists

 

ISTE

 

Nil

3

05.o1.14

to   08.01.14

National level popular lecture series on biotechnology

 

DBT

Dr. Ashok pandey Deputy Director, CSIR- NIIST, Trivandrum

4

20.01.15

International conference on recent biotechnological advancement and utilization of natural resources for betterment of mankind

 

KVCET

 

5

12.03.15

National conference on Conservation of Biodiversity – A Biotechnological approach

DBT

Dr.Altaff, The New College, Chennai

List of Consultancy – Industries

  1. SarvaSeva Dairy Federation Ltd,Maduranthagam
  2. Pondchy Pharmaceuticals Ltd,Pudhucherry.
  3. VTN Engineering Pvt Ltd, Palladam,Coimabatore

S.No

Date

Institution

Title of the presentation

Name of the staff

Name of the students

1

24.07.14

Anna University, Chennai

Degradation of THF using microorganism from sewage and Pseudonocardia

Mr.M.Gopinath

Ms.ArulDency – III YrMs.Bhuvaneshwari – III Yr

 

2

 

24.07.14

Confederation of

Indian Industry, Chennai

Bioelectricity production from sea water using halophilic bacteria with aid of Chlorophyll

 

Mr.M.Gopinath

 

Ms.Umamaheshwari – II Yr

 

3

 

12.08.14

VelTechHighTech

Engg College, Chennai

Green synthesis of Nanoparticles from Urgineaindicabulbs

 

Ms.C.Mohanapriya

Mr.RengarajSahasrnam – IV Yr

Ms.S.Vaishnavi – II Yr

4

20.08.14

Satyabama

University, Chennai

Green synthesis of Nanoparticles from Moscheta

leaves

Ms.C.Mohanapriya

Ms.Sangeetha – IV Yr

Ms.Vaishnavi – II Yr

5

20.08.14

Satyabama

University, Chennai

Synthesis of Nanoparticles from Lactobacillus sp

Ms.C.Mohanapriya

Ms.Janani – I Yr

Ms.Sreerama – II Yr

 

6

 

20.08.14

Satyabama University, Chennai

 

Green synthesis of Nanoparticles from Urginea sp.

 

Ms.C.Mohanapriya

Mr.RengarajSahasrnam – IV Yr

Ms.S.Vaishnavi – II Yr

 

7

 

09.09.14

 

Hindustan College, Chennai

Antioxidant potential of naringin – a dietary flavonoid – inN-Nitrosodiethylamine induced ratliver carcinogenesi

 

Mr.S.Mohanasundaram

 

Ms.Varsh – II YrMs.Sujitha – II Yr

 

8

 

09.09.14

Hindustan College, Chennai

Antiproliferative and apoptotic effects of naringin on diethylnitrosamine induced hepatocellular carcinoma

in rats

 

Mr.S.Mohanasundaram

 

Ms.VinolinFlowercy – II Yr

 

9

 

09.09.14

Hindustan College, Chennai

Systematic study of the effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers towards the nutrient content of

vegetables

 

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

 

Mr.Gomathi Shankar – II Yr

 

10

 

23.08.14

Prathyusha Institute, Chennai

 

Larvicidal Effects of Medicinal Plants

 

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

Ms.Sundari – IV Yr

Ms.Aravindhan – IV YrMr.Praveenkumar – IV Yr

11

23.08.14

Prathyusha Institute,

Chennai

Comparative study on Larvicidal effects of different

plants

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

Mr.Sundaramahalingam – IV

Yr

 

12

09.10.14

Anna University,

Trichy

Antiviral effects of Medicinal Plants – Comparative

study

Ms.Srividhya

Mr.Venugopal – II Yr

 

13

 

09.01.15

Muthyammal College, Namakkal

Invitro evaluation of antioxidant potency of peptides

isolated from Ecliptaprostrata against H2O2 induced haemolysis of RBC

 

Mr.S.Mohanasundaram

Ms.Sujitha – II Yr

Ms.Varsha – II YrMs.Reshma – II Yr

 

14

 

09.01.15

Muthyammal College, Namakkal

Isolation and Evaluation OfHaemagglutination Property Of Lectin From Lupinusarboreus

 

Mr.S.Mohanasundaram

Mr.Premkumar – II YrMr.Sudansuhaa – II Yr

Mr.Krishnamoorthy – II Yr

 

15

 

09.01.15

Muthyammal College, Namakkal

Non Enzymatic and Enzymatic Studies on

Hypoglycaemic Effects of Cassia alata (L.) – An Invitro Pharmacological Evaluation

 

Mr.C.Ta.Prabhaharan

Ms.Daniya – II Yr

Ms.Abirami Gayathri – II YrMs.Induja – II Yr

16

20.01.15

KVCET

Is Mobile Tower radiation cause biological risk?

Mrs.N.Elavarasi

Ms.Sylvia grace – IV Yr

Ms.Sutha – IV Yr

17

20.01.15

KVCET

Two stage Extraction of Lipids

Mrs.P.Bharathi

Ms.Subathra – IV Yr

Ms.Govarthanapriya – IV Yr

18

20.01.15

KVCET

Antiviral Activity of Cassia fistula

Mrs.Srividhya

Mr.Shanil Dev – IVYr

Ms.J.Hemamalini –IV

 

19

 

20.01.15

 

KVCET

Isolation & Characterization of antibacterial compound from medicinal plant against UTI

pathogens

 

Mrs.Sheeladevi

Ms.Sasikala – IV YrMs.Sukanya – IV Yr

 

20

 

20.01.15

 

KVCET

Analysis of Microbial diversity & characterization of different brand commercial milk

 

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

Mr.Akhil – III YrMr.Karthik – III Yr

Mr.Premkumar – III Yr

21

05.02.15

Anna University,

Chennai

Nanoparticles coated membranes & its applications

Mrs.P.Bharathi

Ms.Subathra – IV Yr

Ms.Govarthanapriya – IV Yr

 

22

 

26.02.15

Thiruvalluvar University

Surveillance of MRSA in school going children and antimicrobial activity of Rhizoporamucornata against isolated MRSA

 

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

M.Vennilashanthini – II YrT.A.Mercy Marina- II Yr

 

23

 

26.02.15

Thiruvalluvar University

Prevalence and Molecular Characteristics of MRSA in tertiary care Hospitals

 

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

K.Gomathi Shankar – II YrK.Prem Kumar – II Yr

Akhil.R – III Yr

 

 

 

 

 

 

24

26.02.15

Thiruvalluvar

University

Assessment of water quality parameters in Drinking water sources collected from Kanchipuram District

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

Akhil.R – III YrN.Karthik – III Yr

25

26.02.15

Thiruvalluvar

University

Ebola Virus – A molecular view

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

Rajalakshmi – II YrVinolinFlowercy – II Yr

 

26

 

26.02.15

Thiruvalluvar University

Studies on Immunological survey and health status of

scheduled tribe population and below poverty line people in Kanchipuram District

 

Dr.V.Karthikeyan

SuvithaSornabai,J. – II YrM.Poompozhil – II Yr

 

27

 

05.03.15

 

A.C.Tech, Chennai

A novel membrane preparation for low molecular weight protein detection using fluorescent

nanoparticles

 

Mrs.P.Bharathi

Govardhanapriya – IV YrSubathra – IV Yr

28

14.03.15

Selvam College of

Technology

Decolourization of textile industry waste water by

biosynthesized iron nanoparticles

Mrs.N.Elavarasi

P.P.Vignesh – II PG Basil Antony – II PG

List of Presentations in Conference/Seminar – Academic Year – 2015-16 (EvenSem)

S No.

Date

Institution

Title of the presentation

Name of the staff

Name of the students

1.

 

Feb 18-19,

2016

Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women

Hepatorenal protective effects of Senna alata on enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants system in STZ induced diabetic rats

 

 

Mr. S. Mohanasundaram

Premkumar (III Yr), Sudan Suhaa (III Yr), Gomathi Shankar (III Yr), Raghul (III Yr),

Bala Ganesh (II Yr)

2.

 

Feb 18-19,

2016

Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women

Modulatory effects of Senna alata on glycolytic and glycogenic enzymes in STZ induced diabetic rats

 

 

Mr. S. Mohanasundaram

P. Balaji (II Yr),

B. Balaji (II Yr), Mohammed Junaid (II Yr),

Ram Kumar (II Yr),

Krishnamoorthy (III Yr)

3.

 

Feb 18-19,

2016

Vivekanandha College of Engineering for

Women

Synergistic antibacterial activity of Avicennia marina and antibiotics against UTI pathogens isolated from rural areas of Kanchipuram District, Tamilnadu, SouthIndia

 

Ms. A. Sheela Devi

 

4.

Feb 4-5,

2016

 

KVCET

Inhibitory potential of Avicennia marina against bacterial pathogens of UTI from infected patients for health and sanitation

Ms. A. Sheela Devi Mr. J. Joseph

 

5.

Feb 4-5,

2016

KVCET

Antioxidant, anticancerous and cytotoxic effects of

Avicennia marina in safety and health management

Ms. A. Sheela Devi

Mr. J. Joseph

6

 

Feb 18-19,

2016

Vivekanandha College of Engineering for

Women

Neuronal activity enhancement by Terminalia bellirica in Zebra fish models

Ms. C. Mohanapriya, Mr. C. A. Akilan,

Mr. C. TA. Prabhaharan

 

7.

 

March 10

Anna University, Trichy

Biodegradation of Cr6 ions from tannery effluents using Aspergillus niger in reacting column with egg shell

 

Mr. R. Magesh

PushpaMaragathaValli (IV Yr)

8.

 

Feb 18-19,

2016

Vivekanandha College of

Engineering for Women

Biodegradation of Cr6 ions from tannery effluents using Aspergillus niger in reacting column with egg shell

 

 

Mr. R. Magesh

 

R. Akhil (IV Yr), Ghanapathi (IV Yr)

9.

Feb 4,

2016

Sri Venkateswara

College of Engineering

PCR strategy for rapid identification of variant mec

gene and analysis of efflux pump in mec A negative MRSA strains

 

Dr. V. Karthikeyan

 

N. Karthik (IV Yr)

 

List of Presentations in Conference/Seminar – Academic Year – 2015-16

 

S No.

Date

Institution

Title of the presentation

Name of the staff

Name of the students

1.

September 18, 2015.

Bannari Amman Institute of Technology

Red mud iron nanoparticles in remedial process for textile industry effluent treatments

Dr K.Jayaprakash

Ms. Gomathi Priya P

2.

July 8th – 10th , 2015

Sathyabama University

Decolorization of C. I. reactive red 238 and C.I. reactive blue 235 from textile industry wastewater by

biosynthesized iron oxide nanoparticles

N. Elavarasi

Ms. Gomathi Priya P

3.

September 2nd– 3rd,

2015

SreeSastha Institute

of Engineering and Technology

Application of Green Technologies for the separation of Bio-products

Ms. P. Bharathi

Ms. V. Bhuvaneswari

4.

September 18, 2015.

Bannari Amman Institute of

Technology

Red mud iron nanoparticles in remedial process for textile industry effluent treatments

N. Elavarasi

Ms. Gomathi Priya P

5.

September 2nd– 3rd,

2015

SreeSastha Institute of Engineering and Technology

Production of biodiesel from oil mill waste using egg shell biocatalyst

Ms. M. Srividhya

Ms. J. SumaiyaFarveen

6.

September 2nd– 3rd,

2015

SreeSastha Institute of Engineering and

Technology

In silico drug designing approach using Avicenna marina mangrove leaves

Ms. A. Sheela Devi

7.

August 4th 2015

Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering

Comparative Molecular similarity indices analysis study of focal adhesion kinase inhibitors

Ms. Seema A Kulkarni

Ms. Jayanthi, Mr. Kulothungan

8.

August 4th 2015

Sri Venkateswara

College of Engineering

Production of biodiesel from oil mill waste using egg shell biocatalyst

Mr. C. A. Akilan

Ms. Bhuvaneswari, Ms. Monisha

9.

August 4th 2015

Sri Venkateswara College of

Engineering

Traditionally using Antidiabetic Medicinal Plants

Mr. S. Mohanasundaram

Ms. Ilakkiya

List of Publications in Journals – Academic Year – 2015-16

S No.

Vol/ Issue/Year

Name of the Journal

Title of the presentation

Name of the staff

1.

Vol. 4, number 8, 2015

Journal of Global Sciences

Is Mercury Pollutant Cause Developmental defects? An in-vitro Case Study with Chironomid

Larva

Dr K. Jayaprakash

2.

Volume 7 Number (5),

2015

International journal of pharmacognosy and phytochemical research

Proportionate phytochemical screening and assessment of antioxidant potency on selected species of Lamiaceaefamily

Dr V. Karthikeyan

3.

DOI 10.1007/s11356- 015-4550-3

Environmental science and pollution research (Springer)

Biodegradation of toluene vapor in coir based upflow packed bed reactor by

Trichodermaasperellumisolate

Dr K. Sivakumar

4.

Volume 7 Number (5),

2015

International journal of

pharmacognosy and phytochemical research

Proportionate phytochemical screening and

assessment of antioxidant potency on selected species of Lamiaceaefamily

Dr K. Sivakumar

5.

DOI 10.1007/s11356- 015-4550-3

Environmental science and pollution research (Springer)

Biodegradation of toluene vapor in coir based upflow packed bed reactor by Trichoderma

asperellumisolate

Ms. C. Mohanapriya

6.

DOI 10.1007/S13197- 015-2108-5

Journal of Food science and technology (Springer)

Phytochemical composition, GC-MS analysis, in- vitro and anti-bacterial potential of clove flower bud (Eugeniacaryophyllus) methanolic extract

Ms. C. Mohanapriya

7.

Volume 7 Number (5),

2015

International journal of pharmacognosy and

phytochemical research

Proportionate phytochemical screening and assessment of antioxidant potency on selected

species of Lamiaceaefamily

Ms. C. Mohanapriya

8.

Volume 7 Number (5),

2015

International journal of pharmacognosy and phytochemical research

Proportionate phytochemical screening and assessment of antioxidant potency on selected species of Lamiaceaefamily

Mr. R. Magesh

 

List of laboratories

Under graduate

  1. Biochemistry Laboratory
  2. Bioorganic Chemistry Laboratory
  3. Cell Biology Laboratory
  4. Microbiology Lab
  5. Instrumental Methods of Analysis Lab
  6. Chemical Engineering Lab
  7. Molecular Biology Lab
  8. Bioinformatics Lab
  9. Genetic Engineering Laboratory
  10. Bioprocess Lab
  11. Downstream processing Lab
  12. Immunology Lab

Post Graduate

  1. Preparative and analytical techniques in biotechnology
  2. Microbial and Immuno Technology Laboratory
  3. Advanced Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering

Laboratory

  1. Advanced Bioprocess and Downstream processing

Laboratory

  1. Animal research Lab

The Department is accredited by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi and recognized by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), New Delhi

Research Centre recognition
  • Anna University, Chennai
  • Annamalai University, Chidambaram
R & D Funds
  • By AICTE, DBT, UGC, DST, DIT, BSI, TSTC, MES, MNRE, IICE and TNSCST
Publications
  • National – 65 and International – 59.
MOU’s Signed by Bio-Technology
  • National MOUs – 20 including CLRI
  • Inter-National MOUs – 3 viz., MTU – USA, TNOU – Taiwan, PSB Acdemy Singapore
Consultancy Projects
  • Seva Dairy products, Pondchy pharmaceuticals, Geekay Aqua etc.

The Department of Science and Industrial Research, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India has approved a project on “DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTER IRRITANT FOR THE OCCUPATIONALLY ACQUIRED DERMATITIS AMONG WOMEN WORKERS OF CASHEW NUT COTTAGE INDUSTRIES”

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS
S.No
Name of the Person
Photo
Rank

1

Kanaga Durga Devi – 2003 Batch

31

2

Shenbega suriya

18

3

Sonia Sebastian 2006 Batch

25

4

Thahira

19

5

Joseph

4

6

Harsitha Madavan

5

BIO-TECHNOLOGY FACILITIES

The Department of Biotechnology has three Digital Classrooms with Department Library and full-fledged air-Conditioned laboratories that include

  • Biochemistry & Bio-organic Chemistry Lab
  • Bioprocess & Downstream Processing Lab
  • Cell Biology,Immunology & Microbiology Lab
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis Lab
  • Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering Lab
  • Bioinformatics Lab
  • Chemical Engineering Lab

    The laboratories in the department are well equipped with advanced instrumentation facility which fulfills the demands of the syllabus and research activities. In addition each and every lab of the department possesses indigenous and imported equipment’s.

  • DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY
    1. Total No. of books available – 3697
    2. No. of Journals available – 12

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