Biotechnology

Biotechnology is one of the most upcoming fields in current times. Having expanded its wings both nationally as well as internationally, the need for Biotechnology qualified professionals have also increased. As on date, the Biotech qualified people are well settled at the designations like Biomedical Engineer, Microbiologist, Animal Scientist, Epidemiologist, Agricultural Engineer and so on earning handsome remuneration.

IIT JAM Biotechnology Entrance Coaching in Delhi | IIT JAM Biological Science Coaching, India

At Genesis Academy, we have the answers to all your queries. We will guide you in taking up a career in the field of biotechnology. We are a renowned institute offering Biotechnology entrance coaching in Delhi for quite some time. Our high success rate is a proof that we have successfully delivered toppers in the field of biotechnology. The team associated with us has spent a lot of time preparing the unique course structure and study material to make the preparation easier for you. The overall program is designed in a way that is sure to leave no aspect unattended during the entire preparation duration.

The subjects covered for the biotech entrance exam preparation are Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, and Physics. The learned teachers have spent sufficient time in preparing the study material, PPTs, test papers and much more. They are always willing to give extended support to every student so that at no point any student feels unmotivated. We guarantee the most effective IIT JAM Biotechnology coaching in Delhi, JNU entrance exam coaching, AIIMS Biotechnology entrance coaching and various other Master programs in Biotechnology, biochemistry, and microbiology throughout India. We employ the latest methodologies and techniques for students’ benefits. We ensure percolation of in-depth knowledge to the students covering the minutest of details.

The practice papers, the study material, the teaching pedagogy all have been designed to deliver unmatched excellence for qualifying to this esteemed and highly sought for the field. At Genesis, the aim is to lay a robust foundation for students who strive to take up biotechnology as their future career. Employing interesting ways to teach and make the students understand the basics in addition to the application part helps in making the students gain more confidence. You can trust us.

Depending on your performance during the course duration, the mentors undertake feedback sessions with you to assess your strengths and weaknesses. We will provide the necessary hand-holding throughout your preparation journey. Our forte in offering the best coaching in India for JNU CEEB, JNU entrances coaching, IIT JAM biological science and biotechnology coaching in Delhi as well as various PG entrances in DU, Jamia Hamdard, and AIIMS has come up the curve really well with more and more students relying on us on their preparatory path. The teaching pedagogy would include:

  • Classroom lectures
  • Offline and online study material
  • PPTs
  • Test series
  • Practice papers
  • Feedback sessions
  • One-on-one self-evaluation sessions

Give Genesis the chance to lead and guide you through your biotech preparation journey and we guarantee you success. We have proved and will continue to prove that we are the best institute for IIT JAM biological science, MSc biotechnology coaching in Delhi in every way.

As the biotechnology industry continues to flourish nationwide as well abroad. Therefore, not only are the total number of biotechnology companies increasing, but employment in the biotechnology field continues to grow as well. Typically after a bachelors degree such as B.Sc or B.Tech. various opportunities are presented to a student depending on the technical background and expertise. Some of the common career choices made by students are:

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Career choices after graduation

1. Research career:

Typically after a bachelor’s degree, a career in research is one of the most promising and rewarding career in terms of academic and intellectual satisfaction. If one is interested in this direction, so they must choose to join a top notch varsity offering the master’s or dual degree programme of their choice either in India or abroad.

2. Lab Technicians/ assistants:

Immediately after a bachelors degree, both private and Govt Universities, Research Institutes and various councils offer a variety of post as lab managers and technicians. Apart from doing various lab chores, they are required to assist sampling, measuring, collecting and analyzing investigated data apart from maintenance of laboratory equipment such as centrifuges, titrators, pipetting machines.

3. Clinical Research Analyst/Associate:

Clinical research analysts/associates mainly work on medical studies designed to measure the effectiveness of a drug, medical device, or process on the human body. Clinical researchers analysts often work in a hospital, medical facility, or laboratory, so as to evaluate possible adverse effects. They are involved in both study design and in writing reports using given results.

4. Animal Handlers/caretakers:

Animal caretaker is nurturing animals used in biotech research. List of species generally handled by the animal caretakers is long: all the way from mice and rats to cows and chimps. Water and food supplies, cage cleaning, animal health monitoring, relocation, milking and artificial insemination a lot of duties need to be performed. Animal handlers find employment in various research institutes where animals need to be breed and kept healthy for the experiments.

5. Quality control analysts:

For becoming a quality assurance analysts in a biotechnology company, you need to have specialization/professional experience in Microbiology/Aseptic compliance. Roles of a quality control analysts are to ensure contamination free and standardized product formation. Quality control analysts are required by various pharma, food and drinks manufacturing biotechnology units.

6. Sales and marketing executives:

Sales and marketing executives are required by research and pharmaceutical companies for selling/marketing of their products to various research institutes, universities, clinics and hospitals.

Biotechnology Entrance Exams

Some of the most prestigious institutes in India like IISc, NCBS, TIFR, IISERs, ACBR, JNU, AIIMS, IITs and DU etc recruit talented researchers through various Biotechnology entrance exams for M.Sc., integrated M.Sc Ph.D integrated and Ph.D entrances. Here we have presented the gist of the entrance exams, their syllabus, date of examination and preparation strategies for them. JNU CBEE

Combined Biotechnology Entrance Exam 2016 (CBEE 2016)

JNU CBEE 2016 (JNU Combined Biotechnology Entrance Exam) is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, one of the most reputed universities in India, for admission into 33 universities for entrance into M.Sc. Biotechnology, M.Sc Agriculture & M. Tech. Biotechnology programs.

Total seats and Date of Examination of CBEE 2016

Name of the Course Total Seats Date and Time of Examination
M.Sc Biotechnology 557

55

19th May 2016, 9.00-12.00 P.M.

19th May 2016, 2.00-5.00 P.M

M. Tech Biotechnology

Pattern of Examination

M.Sc Biotechnology

The question paper for the Entrance Examination will be of three hours duration and divided into two parts:

Part-A will have multiple choice type questions at the level of 10+2 in the subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.

The Candidates will be required to attempt 60 questions : Total marks for Part A will be (60 questions x 1 mark each) of 60 marks. There will be negative marking and for each wrong answer, ½ (half) mark will be deducted.

Biology (30 questions),
Physics (10 questions),
Chemistry (10 questions)
Math (10 questions).

Part-B will also have multiple-choice questions of Bachelor’s level requiring thinking and analysis. There will be questions from Physics, Mathematics, Biology (e.g., Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Genetics and Molecular Biology) and Chemistry. The candidates will be required to attempt 60 questions. Total marks for Part B will be 60 questions x3 marks each = 180 marks. There will be negative marking and for each wrong answer one mark will be deducted.

Physics (20 questions)
Mathematics (10 questions)
Biology (50 questions)
Chemistry. (20 questions)

M.Tech. Biotechnology

Question paper for Entrance Examination will be of 3-hours duration consisting of Two Streams: (i) Technology

Stream and (ii) Life Sciences Stream.]

(i) Technology Stream :

Part A : Basic Engineering & Technology……………………………………………………. at under graduate level

Part B : Physics/Chemistry/Maths………………………………………………………………… at under graduate level

Part C : Fundamental Life Sciences and Informatics……………………………………at 10+2 level

(ii) Life Science Stream:

Part A : Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Molecular Biology & Immunology) at post graduate level. Total Marks 50, Answer any 50 out of 60 Questions.

Part B : Physics/Chemistry at undergraduate level, Marks 40, answer all questions

Part C : Maths, Computer & Information Sciences at 10+2 level, Marks 40, answer all questions

IIT JAM

IIT JAM is annually conducted by one of the many IITs, for admission into two programs of Biological sciences and Biotechnology leading to M.Sc and Integrated Ph.D of various institutes like IIT Bombay, IIT Roorkee and IISc Bangalore.

Courses: M.Sc Biotechnology, Integrated Ph.D in Biollogical Sciences and M.Sc – Ph.D dual degree in Environmental Science and Engineering.

Total Seat/ breakdown:

Discipline Academic program Institute offering the academic program Total No. of seats:

General+OBC+SC+ST+ Category of Pwd reservation.

Eligibility

Criteria

Biological Sciences (BL) Integrated Ph.D in Biological Sciences IISc 10+5+3+2+0 PCMB with 60%
Biotechnology

(BT)

M.Sc

Biotechnology

IIT Bombay (IITB)

IIT Roorkee

(IITR)

14+8+4+2+1 (GEN)

18+10+6+3+SC(1)

PCMB with 60%
M.Sc.- Ph.D dual degree in Environmental science and Engineering IITB 5+3+1+1 PCMB with 60%

Selection Criteria: Written Test

Three different patterns of questions as follows:

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) : Each MCQ type question has four choices out of which only one choice is the correct answer.

Multiple Select Questions (MSQ): Each MSQ type question is similar to MCQ but with a difference that there may be one or more than one choice(s) that are correct out of the four given choices.

Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions: For each NAT type question, the answer is a signed real number which needs to be entered using the virtual keypad on the monitor.

Important Dates:

Start of online registeration: 2nd September

Last date of application: October

Date of Exam: 1st Sunday of February

Result: March last week.

AIIMS

All India Institute of Medical Science conduct entrance exam every year for admission to many of its PG courses.

Courses and Seats : M. Biotechnology (14)

M. Biochemistry (4-5)

M. Bio-physics (4-5)

Eligibility Criteria : The candidate must have secured 60% for general category and 55% for SC/ST category in aggregate in the qualifying exam.

Syllabus and the pattern of exam : There is no prescribed syllabus for the exam

Pattern: The question paper will be of 90 minutes duration consisting of 90 MCQs carrying 90 marks in total. There will be a minimum cut off of 60% as a condition of eligibility in the competitive entrance exam.

Important Dates :

Notification of the exam: March- April

Exam Date: 9th July, 2016

Results: 13th July, 2016

TIFR/NCBS

Courses:

  • PhD (NCBS and TIFR), seats: Variable
  • Integrated PhD (NCBS and TIFR), seats: 6
  • M.Sc. by Research (only at TIFR), seats: 6
  • M.Sc in Wildlife Biology and Conservation (only at NCBS)

Selection Criteria: Written test followed by an interview

Written test will cover basic topics in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. There are 60 MCQs having distribution like; Phy-15, Che-15, Bio-15, Maths-15.

Interviews in the NCBS and DBS (TIFR) admission process for PhD/IntPhD programmes are common up to the Entrance Test. Separate interviews will be held at Bangalore and Mumbai. The DBS conducts a single interview in Mumbai in Feb/March 2016 NCBS interviews are in two stages held over a three day period. These are typically scheduled in May/June 2016.

Syllabus : There is no prescribed syllabus for the exam.

Important Dates:

Notification : September

Date of Test : December.

IISc Bangalore

IISc Course offered : Integrated Ph.D in Biological Sciences

Total seats : 10-14

Eligibility : Candidate should have scored a minimum of 60% in the qualifying exam.

Selection Criteria : Written test followed by an Interview

Pattern of Written test : There is a MCQ based paper having a total of 100 questions, where about 80% of the questions are from biology subject.

Interview: All students who meet a certain cut-off in the entrance exam are called for the interview. The interviews are conducted by a panel of faculty from all departments of the Biological Sciences division.

Important Dates:

Notification : February

Date of Test : April Entrance Exam

Our programme for Biotechnology


Regular classroom Programme (GAM1)

The regular classroom program of Genesis are designed for success in all national level Biotechnology exams. In the regular program we offer study material, doubt sessions, comprehensive concept based learning apart from regular classes. The help extended for facing tough interviews is one of the major highlights of the program.
Course Duration-1 year
Class days –weekdays
Target group –Students who have passed their B.Sc.


Weekend classroom Programme (GAM2)

The regular classroom program of Genesis are designed for success in all national level Biotechnology exams. In the regular program we offer study material, doubt sessions, comprehensive concept based learning apart from regular classes. The help extended for facing tough interviews is one of the major highlights of the program.

Course Duration-1 year �
Class days – weekends
Target group: Students who have pursuing their B.Sc. Degree.

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