Departments Of Biotechnology

About Biotechnology Department  

In India, the biotechnology teaching programme was initiated by a combined effort of UGC and Department of Biotechnology in 1985. Biotechnology has achieved the rare feat of combining all living organism plants, animals and micro-organism, into a single gene pool. Genes can now be transferred across phylogenetic boundaries giving man unlimited power to tailor them to his choice. This has made biotechnology indispensable in such diverse fields as agriculture, industry, and medicine and environmental.

The Biotechnology is a challenging and demanding course, which requires above average intellectual and dedicated inputs, both by the students and the teachers. The course contents of our department highly specialized and require very clear and fundamental inputs from basic and advanced biology, applied biology and technology.

The Department of Biotechnology at Kalyan P.G. College, Bhilai Nagar C.G. was established in the year 2006 as one of the departments under Faculty of Science to impart quality education in the field of Biotechnology and to create trained Biotechnologists. The course contents of our department highly specialized and require very clear and fundamental inputs from basic and advanced biology, applied biology and technology. The Department of Biotechnology has well developed facility for Microbiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Plant Tissue culture and Bioinformatics. The Instruments available include PCR Thermal Cycler, ELISA Reader, Electrophoresis, UV Spectrophotometer, BOD Incubator and Microscope etc. The faculty of the department publishes research papers in national and international journals on regular basis. The main objective of the department is to provide academic training and research in the interdisciplinary areas of biotechnology with a particular emphasis on extending the knowledge generated from these studies towards the development of technologies.

a)     EXTERNAL PROJECTS – It is mandatory for each student to do six months external project work from other institution based on experimental research. Our students had been doing their external projects from various research institute of Raipur, Durg , Nagpur, Bhopal, Cuttak etc.

b)    SEMINARS  – In each semester every students have to deliver seminar on assigned topic through PPT before teacher. Student seminar are taken as a part of education to fulfill the basic requirement of internal assessment of PG students and also for promoting teaching ability as well as developing self-confidence.

d)    EDUCATIONAL EXCURSION  - The department organized excursion trips and field visits to well acquaint the students as well as practical knowledge of subject.

e)     EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES –  – Students are encouraged to participate in all co-curricular and curricular activities. Botanical Society of department organized various Competitive Activities like – Quiz, Rangoli, Drawing, Slogan etc.

f)      LABORATORY FACILITY - Separate lab facility for M.Sc.

  • M.Sc. Previous Laboratory
  • M.Sc. Final Laboratory
  • B.Sc. Laboratory

S.No.

COURSE

CLASS

SUBJECT

1.

UG Courses

B.Sc.

Biotechnology

Chemistry

Zoology/Botany

2.

PG Courses

M.Sc.

Biotechnology

S.No.

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Name of faculty

Post

Qualification

1.

Mrs. Soumya Khare

Asst. Professor And Head of the Department

M.Sc., SET

Pursuing Ph.D. in Bioinformatics

Exp. 15 years

2.

Mrs. Deepti Negi

Asst. Professor

M.Sc., M.Phil

Exp. 12 years

3.

Mrs. Shweta Singh Chouhan

Asst. Professor

M.Sc., M.Phil, SET

Pursuing Ph.D. in Biotechnology

Exp. 12 years

4.

Mrs. Poonam Verma

Asst. Professor

M.Sc. , B.Ed.

Exp. 3 years

S.No.

NAME OF FACULTY

RESEARCH PAPER

1.

Mrs. Soumya Khare

07

2.

Mrs. Shweta Singh Chouhan

03 +01 Book Chapter

3.

Miss. Poonam Verma

01



S.No.

NAME

TITLE

JOURNAL NAME

1.

SOUMYA KHARE

1. A Study on biochemical interaction of E.coli , Lacto bacillus delbrueckii and Baciilus Substilis.

Indian journal life science (2015),5(1):095-099

2. Evaluation of Invitro Antioxidant property of Trigonella foenumgraecium and Psidium guajava.

Indian Jouranal Science Research (2015),10(1):27-34

3. In Silico analysis of Cholestrol reducing drug , i.e STATIN

Trend in Bioscience (2014),7(24): 4216-4220

4. Biomedical Application of Nanobiotechnology for Drug-Delivery and Diagnostic

Research Journal Pharmacy and Tech(2014),7(8):915-925

5. A Study of Endangered Medicinal plant Euphorbia Fusiform is Buch- Hem EXD.DON: A Review

Indian Journal Science Research(2014),4(1): 155-157.

6. Protective effect of Ficus religious on cyclophosphamide included Oxidative stress in brain

International journal of research in pharmacy and chemistry (2014), 4(3),654-660

7. Proteomic Approach of medicinal plant and its informatics use in health science.

CSVTU International Journal of Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and Biomedical (2017),2(2),1-5

2.

SHWETA SINGH CHOUHAN

A study on mutagenic potency of industrial effluence in and around Bhilai city of Chittasghar, India

Science Research Report (2015),5(2):106-111

3.

POONAM VERMA

Evaluation of antibacterial activity and phytochemical analysis of stem and leaf .( Madhuca longifolia , Clallistemon citrinus and Schleichera triguga)

International journal of pharmacology and biological sciences , 2015 , vol -9, no. 1 & 2


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