The minimum qualification required to apply is a pass in the 10+2 examination in Science from PUC / ISC / CBSE or an equivalent board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as core subjects.
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The program, B.Sc. in Biochemistry, Genetics, and Biotechnology offered at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) gives students an added advantage to widen their knowledge and concepts.
B.Sc. in Biochemistry, Genetics, and Biotechnology is a study of all living forms, micro and macro organisms. Genetics deals with the study of genes carrying information and determines the inheritance of the features in living organisms. Biochemistry is a study of molecular science that deals with living processes by considering an organism’s biological molecules like their functions and interactions with themselves as well as the molecules in the environment. Biotechnology is a combination of biology and technology which deals with the aspects of using living systems ranging from microorganisms to macroscopic systems for the benefit of human kind.
The program will prepare students to pursue research and higher studies such as MSc or PhD, and develop scientific aptitude and critical thinking in them.
Jain (Deemed-to-be University) places importance on quality and value when it comes to academics and is committed to providing students with knowledge and skills that are in demand, besides offering opportunities to learn a variety of new concepts and skills.
Well–equipped digital classrooms, e-library, and state-of the-art-infrastructure are offered to create a unique academic ambience. Jain (Deemed-to-be University) has a multi-disciplinary approach to provide cutting edge quality education to students and enhance discipline, integrity, and the ability to think innovatively. The University aims to create future leaders, who can be the driving force in society.
At Jain (Deemed-to-be University), students can build academic networks through seminars, conferences, University-Industry interface, study-tours, student-exchange programs, and internships that bring endless opportunities to create great career paths.
The graduate programs at Jain (Deemed-to-be University) offer a strong basic foundation for further studies. Apart from regular academic subjects, other certified programs are offered in association with global professional bodies. We also help you develop career-specific skills and traits that are desired in the industry.
Career Enhancement Programs are formulated as per current industry standards and reflect on our commitment to build a unique workforce, which will meet the challenges in the industry. Evaluation is based on internal assessment, seminars, assignments, practical and theory examination and reports prepared by the students. To keep them at the forefront of employability, the career enhancement program prepares students with the necessary soft skills such as communication, presentation, and public speaking skills, personality development, and interview techniques.
There are job opportunities in hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and other health services like genetic counseling and diagnostic laboratories. One can also pursue higher studies such as M.Sc. programs. On completion of a master’s degree, students are better equipped to explore avenues in the conventional and modern fields of Genetics. With an undergraduate degree in Biotechnology as a discipline, one can find job opportunities in pharmaceutical industries, healthcare, food processing units, enzyme based industries, dairies, wineries and breweries. With a sound knowledge of the nuances of biotechnology, one can venture into startups and become an entrepreneur. Biochemistry finds application in clinical and forensic science laboratories, the pharmaceutical industry, agro chemical companies, and in food/beverages industries. They can also work in the Department of Agriculture, the National Institutes of Health, and the Environmental Protection Agency which are some of the government agencies.