B.Sc. Biotechnology

The three-year, full-time B.Sc. Biotechnology program introduces candidates to the field’s many applications across a range of industries by fusing biology and technology.  

In-depth discussions of molecular biology, drug design, genomics, bioinformatics, proteomics, genetic engineering of plants and animals, fermentation technology, and medicine are among the topics covered in BSc Biotechnology. The study of biology and technology are combined in the broad branch of research known as biotechnology. The ideas connected to chemistry, cell biology, biology, and computer sciences are explained to candidates in a broader and more in-depth manner. The integration of biology and technology enables researchers to put their knowledge of genetic engineering to use in the discovery of new medicines, the treatment of diseases, and other adjustments to humans and other living things.
Just behind the multimedia industry in terms of profitability, biotechnology exhibits a significant amount of job and career prospects. India is the global centre of the biotechnological industry, offering students the chance to pursue a wide range of professional opportunities both domestically and overseas. The overarching objective of this programme is to enable candidates in all areas of knowledge, talents, and vocation.

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    Course Information

    Admission Procedure

    Merit prepared on basis of the qualifying exam

    Provisional Admission

    Seats to be allocated based on projected scores(12th), calculated basis the candidate’s 10th percentage – only meritorious students


    Candidates who had passed 12th with PCB from a recognized board of examination.

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    Career Prospects

    After successfully completing the course, program graduates have significant potential in report and analysis in IT-related domains including Forex earnings and patent registration. Applicants receive training in biotechnology so they can conduct experiments and innovate.
    A B.Sc. Biotechnology provides up a wide range of career opportunities in the industries of medicine, agriculture, marine science, pharmaceuticals, business, and the environment.
    • Executive in Business Development- They provide suggestions on ways to increase sales, help clients and the business find new clients and sell new goods to extend services.
    • Senior Research Assistant- They conduct management, administrative, and technical research tasks, and aid workers in getting their questions about research answered.
    • Biotechnology Specialist – They work on waste management, bioprocessing, food processing, pharmaceutical research, and novel medications
    • Lab Assistant- They collect samples, read, take tests, and run complicated computer programmes.

    Key Highlights

    The B.Sc. in Biotechnology focuses on the biological aspect and includes courses in biochemistry, plant, animal, and microbiology, to name a few. Core and elective subjects for the B.Sc. in Biotechnology are separated. The material for the course goes into great detail about the complexities of the biotechnological area. The weighting of the theory, practical, and project components of the curriculum is determined by the standards established by our institution.
    The course format used by our university is available for candidates to review.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What kind of job roles can I expect after completing B.Sc. Biotechnology program?

    Graduates of B.Sc. Biotechnology can pursue various job roles such as Biotech Research Scientist, Bioinformatics Analyst, Biotech Quality Control Manager, Biotech Sales Representative, Biotech Patent Analyst, Biotech Product Manager, and more. They can work in various sectors such as healthcare, agriculture, food processing, and more. Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field, and graduates can expect exciting career opportunities in diverse industries.

    Is industry exposure provided to the students of B.Sc. Biotechnology program?

    Yes, B.Sc. Biotechnology program provide industry exposure to their students. Industry exposure is typically provided through internships, industry visits, and guest lectures by industry experts. These opportunities allow students to gain hands-on experience in the biotechnology industry, develop practical skills, learn about the latest developments in the field and prepares them for career.

    What is the scope of research in the B.Sc. Biotechnology program?

    The B.Sc. Biotechnology program provides students with a strong foundation in research methodologies and techniques. Graduates can pursue research in various fields such as genetic engineering, drug discovery, environmental biotechnology, and more. The program equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to contribute to cutting-edge research in the biotechnology industry.

    What is the average salary of B.Sc. Biotechnology graduates?

    The salary of B.Sc. Biotechnology graduates may vary depending on the job role, experience, and employer. However, on average, the starting salary can range from INR 3-5 lakhs per annum. Graduates can find job opportunities in various sectors such as biotech research and development, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, food processing, and more, which can influence their salary package.

    What is the difference between B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology and B.Sc. Biotechnology?

    B.Sc. (Hons.) program typically involves more advanced coursework, technical training, and research opportunities, while regular B.Sc. may have a broader curriculum. B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology may offer specialised elective courses in specific areas of biotechnology, allowing students to tailor their curriculum based on their interests. B.Sc. Biotechnology covers similar topics at a less advanced level and offers fewer specialised electives and research opportunities.