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Have you got a passion for biotechnology? Wondering if this is the right career choice? Check out the details of this domain including various courses and job opportunities in this domain. This page may provide you with inputs to decide whether to opt for biotechnology.


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Biotechnology is a discipline based on biology and is one of the important upcoming careers today. It focuses on harnessing cellular and biomolecular processes and develop technologies and products which improves the life and health on the planet. In other words wouldn’t you be interested in combating rare diseases, reduce carbon footprint, feed the malnutritioned people, reduce mortality due to infectious diseases, increase crop yield, produce food free of toxins, use cleaner energy, improve manufacturing processes, reduce reliance on petro chemicals, deploy safer and cleaner manufacturing processes? If you aspire to look into any of the above, then looks like a career in biotechnology would definitely suit your taste.



 

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Biotechnology Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Biotechnology courses for 2018 - 2019 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Biotechnology course.

  1. Advanced Diploma in Biotechnology
  2. B Tech Biomedical Engineering
  3. B.E Bioinformatics
  4. B.E Biotechnology
  5. B.E Industrial Bio-Technolgy
  6. B.E. Biological Sciences & Bioengineering
  7. B.E. Biomedical Engineering
  8. B.Sc BioInformatics
  9. B.Sc. Advanced Zoology and Bio-Technology
  10. B.Sc. Industrial Microbiology
  11. B.Sc.(Plant Biology and Plant Bio-Technology)
  12. B.Tech Bioinformatics
  13. B.Tech Biomedical Engineering
  14. B.Tech Bioprocess Engineering
  15. B.Tech Biotechnology
  16. B.Tech Electronics and Biomedical Engineering
  17. B.Tech Genetic Engineering
  18. B.Tech Industrial Biotechnology
  19. B.Tech. Leather Technology
  20. BE Biomedical Engineering
  21. Biotechnology Certification
  22. Certification Bio-informatics
  23. Dip. Biotechnology
  24. Diploma Industrial Bio-technology
  25. M.E. Biotechnology
  26. M.Phil Biotechnology
  27. M.Phil Botony
  28. M.Sc Agricultural Biotechnology
  29. M.Sc Bio Informatics
  30. M.Sc Biophysics
  31. M.Sc Genetical science
  32. M.Sc Industrial Microbiology
  33. M.Sc Microbiology
  34. M.Sc. (Animal Bio-Technology)
  35. M.Sc. (Microbial Bio-Technology)
  36. M.Tech Biotechnology
  37. MSc Biophysics
  38. Ph.D Bio-Technology
  39. PhD. Microbiology


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In the past three decades the knowledge of physics, chemistry and maths is mixed to gain precise knowledge at the molecular level to control and manipulate biological systems for manufacturing or processing of useful products. Wouldn’t you like to know more about this branch with which you can heal the world, fuel the world and feed the world? Read on to know more!

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Government and private colleges offer UG, PG and PhD degree in biotechnology. The courses are mostly full time since this branch has a large component of practicals. The basic subjects included in the curriculum are biology, chemistry, maths, computing, process engineering, fluid flow, genetics, instrumentation, biochemistry, microbiology, heat transfer, thermodynamics, environmental and food biotechnology, animal cell culture etc.

A biotechnologist is offered job in R&D in academic, industrial and clinical areas, or could work in food and drink, chemical, Pharma, chemical industry, or in sales and marketing, teaching etc. In the pharmaceutical industry a biotechnologist may innovate the design of medicines/ drugs/ vaccine or in the biofuels industry can look into next generation fuel production.


After completing a degree in biotechnology the job profiles offered in the industry can be a medical scientist- understand and treat human diseases, biological technician- handles experimentation in labs, medical and clinical technician – performing blood or tissue tests and biopsies, biochemists- study DNA. RNA and molecules and the impact of drugs on them, biomedical engineers- design and build products for medical use, microbiologists- research micro organisms found in humans, plants and water, epidemiologists- understand causes of diseases and how to prevent them in the future etc.

Are you interested in preparing and meeting society’s tenacious challenges? Then probably biotechnology may be a suitable career choice for you.