16 Mar 2018
National Seminar on Molecular Tools and Disease Detection
Molecular Tools & Disease Detection
To be a national center of excellence for teaching and research in Biotechnology.
To cope with the emerging challenges in the field of Biotechnology
To become professionally fit to transform the acquired knowledge gained in life sciences and engineering into apt skills.
To mould competent Biotechnologists for employment worldwide.
To deploy modern methodologies of teaching and research to make student-centered teaching learning practices a part of the system.
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Industrial biotechnology involves working with nature to maximize and optimize existing biochemical pathways that can be used in manufacturing. The industrial biotechnology revolution rides on a series of related developments in three fields of study of detailed information derived from the cell: genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. As a result, scientists can apply new techniques to a large number of microorganisms ranging from bacteria, yeasts, and fungi to marine diatoms and protozoa. Industrial biotechnology is one of the most promising new approaches to pollution prevention, resource conservation, and cost reduction. Aspiring candidate can definitely acquire knowledge in the application of various biotechnological and biochemical concepts in an industrial perspective and will be able to design innovative processes and products. He/ She can develop solution to address the demand for sustainable supply of fuels and food through biological means. A career in industrial biotechnology offers a variety of work assignments which includes basic research, process development, production, technical services, quality control or compliance control in the field of medicine, food and pollution control.
1. Ms. Jasmin,Ms. Manasa, Mr.Vimal,& Ms. Haritha of 2012-16 batch( S8 BT) won the first prize in non-circuit category in the Project competition Shrishti held at Jyothi Engineering college, Thrissur on March 19th 2016.
2. Mr. Aswin and Mr.Sreeragh got first prize in Indian medical device expo for ‘Make in India’held on 15th April at Pune. This was organised by IIT, Mumbai, VNIT Nagpur and COE Pune.
3. Mr. Sachin Thomas and Mr. Athul K Balachandran of S3 BT won the second prize in the Technical Quiz competition Conducted by METS School of Engineering Mala on Oct 21st and 22nd 2016
1. Workshop on Next generation sequencing: 17/3/2016-19/3/2016. Resource persons were from Department of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Trivandrum.
3. TRENDS-International Conference on Trends in Research, Engineering & Developmental Sciences was organized from June 15th 2016 to June 16th 2016.
The annual technical fest Palmarius 2016 was conducted on 5th and 6th April with various technical events like Indriya, Acclerator, Maze hustle and Forensics. There were more than 100 external participants also for the event
1.40 students of 2014-18 batch (S5BT) attended internships at institutes like Biozeen, Bangalore, Indo American Hybrid Seeds Bangalore, AVT Biotech Kochi, Amala Cancer Research Institute,Thrissur.
2.Fifty three students from the 2015-19 batch (S3 BT) attended internships at various institutes like FACT Udyogamandal, Milma Dairy products, Kerala solvent extraction Ltd.
1. Ms. Jasmin, Ms. Manasa, Mr.Vimal,& Ms. Haritha of 2012-16 batch ( S8 BT) participated in a paper presentation competition held at at IIT,Chennai on March 7th 2016 and won second prize.
2. Two groups from S7 BT has been selected to the final round in the IBETO project competition conducted by Model Engg College Thrikkakara on Sept.25th 2016.
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