Created on Wednesday, 04 September 2013

Students Enrollments:

 PhD  18
 MPhil  9
 First Semester  29
 Third Semester  28


Current academic and research thrust areas :

Plant Biotechnology : Assessment and inventorisation of plant genetic resources for conservation and sustainable utilization in the region through biotechnological tools


Microbial Biotechnology : Microbial technology with special reference to improvement of abiotic-stress tolerance characteristics of agriculturally/ecologically important microbes


Insect Biotechnology: Involving insect-plant interactions, chemical and molecular ecology; development of eco-friendly insecticides and application of biotechnological tools for pest management


Course structure and syllabus of M.Sc. Biotechnology

Course structure and syllabus of M.Phil Biotechnology

 Course structure and syllabus of Ph.D. Biotechnology

Timetable – IIIrd Semester (August-December 2018)
Timetable – Ist Semester (August - December 2018)