School of Bio Sciences & Technology (SBST)

The School of Bio Sciences and Technology offers one undergraduate programme B.Tech. Biotechnology.

B. Tech. (Biotechnology)

B.Tech. in Biotechnology prepares engineers for fulfilling and dynamic careers in biotechnology and associated professions. Our extensive integrated programme core and elective courses with laboratory research, training in current industry practices, and the soft skills necessary to excel in business, prepare our graduates to address and lead advances in healthcare, industrial biotechnology and more.

B.Tech Biotechnology Teaching Labs
  • Bioinformatics Lab I
  • Bioinformatics Lab II
  • Bioinformatics Lab III
  • Central Instrumentation lab
  • SEM Lab
  • Biochemistry & Immunology Lab
  • Cell & Molecular Biology Lab
  • Bio Process Lab & Down Stream
  • Bio Process Lab & Down Stream
  • Stem Cell Lab
  • Tissue Culture Lab
  • High Throughput Screening Lab
  • Animal House
  • Histopathology Lab

The centralized departmental facilities

  • UV Transmitter
  • Deep Freezer
  • Fume wood
  • Rotary Evaporator
  • Ice Maker
  • Milli Q
  • Sonicator
  • Viscometer
  • Lyophillizer
  • Gel Documentation
  • UV Spec
  • Elisa Reader
  • Deep Freezer -80
  • Gas Chromatography
  • HPLC
  • Inverted Microscope
  • Nano drop
  • Graduates will be engineering practitioners and leaders, who would help solve industry’s technological problems
  • Graduates will be engineering professionals, innovators or entrepreneurs engaged in technology development, technology deployment, or engineering system implementation in industry
  • Graduates will function in their profession with social awareness and responsibility
  • Graduates will interact with their peers in other disciplines in industry and society and contribute to the economic growth of the country
  • Graduates will be successful in pursuing higher studies in engineering or management
  • Graduates will pursue career paths in teaching or research

Biotechnology has applications in many industries; professionals can choose to work for a variety of organizations, including government agencies, private companies, regulatory bodies, or clinical laboratories. Biotechnology employers range in size and type from small start-ups to global pharmaceutical leaders to Government-funded organizations

The Biotechnology field—and its careers—span other functional areas that are just as integral in getting a meaningful biotechnology product to market. These areas include:

  • Research and development
  • Quality assurance/regulatory affairs
  • Manufacturing
  • Clinical research
  • Government (policymaking)
  • Software engineering
  • Food, animal, and environmental science
  • Sales and technical support
  • Business management
  • Project management

Biochemistry, Microbiology, Cell Biology and Genetics, Molecular Biology, Analytical Techniques in Biotechnology, Immunology, Genetic Engineering, Genomics and Proteomics, Downstream Processing, Biochemical Engineering, Animal Biotechnology, Plant Biotechnology and Industrial Biotechnology.

AI in Biology, Biobusiness, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Technology, Environmental Biotechnology, Nanobiotechnology, Tissue Engineering, Forensic Science and Technology, Food Process Engineering, Medical Diagnostics, Food Biotechnology, Cancer Biology and Informatics, Protein Engineering and Design, Molecular Modelling and Drug Design, Neurobiology and Cognitive Science, Heat and Mass Transfer, Industrial Enzymology, Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases, Biological Data Analysis and Simulation, Computational Biology, Biomaterials, Anatomy and Physiology, Clinical Data Management Pharmacoinformatics, Preclinical Drug Discovery and Development, Technical Answers to Real Problems Project, Design Project, Laboratory Project, Product Development Project, Computer Project, Reading Course, Special Project and Simulation Project.