M.Sc Biomedical Sciences
Course Structure Syllabus
The Biomedical Sciences is a multidisciplinary area of study. The field has exploded with wide range of multidisciplinary aspects including Human Genetics, Biotechnology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics, Genomics, Biostatistics and Forensic Science. Of late, the field of “Biomedical Sciences” have accelerated the growth in a wide range of biomedical industries involved in the development of molecular diagnostic devices and technologies, pharmaceuticals, veterinary biomedicine and medical interventional strategies. The incidence of infectious, communicable and non-communicable diseases have still a major problem and the global community is facing a new challenge in the new millennium with outbreaks such as tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, dengue, chikungunya, swine-flu and more recently the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposed “School of Biomedical Sciences” will facilitate the human resource development in Biomedical Sciences, process and product development in Biomedical Science and Technology. The new PG course is proposed to be offered in the School of Biomedical Sciences as per CBCS pattern.
A Bachelor’s degree in any branch of Life Sciences (Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics or Equivalent, Physical and Chemical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry), Medicine, Veterinary and Agriculture from any recognized Indian or Foreign University. Students with B.Tech., Degrees in Biotechnology, Computer Science, Information Technology and Bioinformatics with Biology at +2 level are also eligible. A maximum of 20 students will be admitted to this course every year.