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Eligibility : Recognized bachelor's degree with minimum of 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in graduation under 10+2+3 pattern of education in Chemistry or Biochemistry or Genetics or Bioinformatics or Biophysics or Biotechnology or Molecular Biology. In addition to that candidates having degree in MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, B. Pharm, B. Tech (Biotech) shall also be eligible for admission in MSc Biochemistry programme.
Eligibility : Candidates with bachelor's degree with minimum of 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in graduation from recognized University in Physical, Biological, Agricultural, Veterinary, and Fishery Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering Technology, 4-Years BS (Physician Assistant) Course, Medicine (MBBS) or BDS.
Eligibility : Recognised Bachelor’s degree in Science of minimum 3-years duration with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate and Chemistry as one of the subject at the graduation level.
Eligibility : Recognised Bachelors degree of minimum 3-years duration with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate and Mathematics as one of the subject at the graduation level.
Eligibility : Recognised Bachelor’s degree in Science of minimum 3-years duration with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate and Physics as one of the subject at the graduation level. The program shall have following three specializations:
Delivering excellence via varied research avenues, trained faculty and innovation
|Sr. No||Name of Principal Investigator & Co-Investigator||Name of the research project||Amount sanctioned (in Lakh Rs.)||Name of funding agency||Year of sanction / Duration|
|1||Dr. M. S. Reddy||Field scale biogenic treatment for crack remediation and self-healing in concrete structures||47.3||CSIR||2021|
|2||Dr.Sapna Sharma||Theoretical Investigation of disordered vehicular traffic dynamics in context to Indian roads||29.18||DST||2021|
|3||Dr. Mily Bhattacharya (PI) SCBC, TIET||Deciphering prion-like amyloid assembly mechanisms of Tau using biophysical tools||29||SERB||2021|
|4||Dr. DWIJENDRA PRATAP SINGH||Development of PVDF-(Ba, Sr) TiO3 nanocomposites based capacitor grade film for high energy density applications||25.21||DRDO||2021|
|5||Dr. NEETU BANSAL (COPI-KULBIR SINGH)||Studies of various alkali oxides containing calcium silicate glasses for solar cell applications||23.70||DST||2021|
|6||Dr. O.P. PANDEY||Synthesis and characterization of molybdenum carbide nanoparticles for electrochemical applications||17.70||UGC||2021|
|7||Dr. Bhupesh Goyal (PI) SCBC, TIET||Integrating in silico and in vitro approaches to design and develop novel peptides as potential inhibitors against human islet amyloid polypeptide fibrillation in type 2 diabetes||15||CSIR||2021|
|8||Dr. Divya Chandran (PI) R I B, Faridabad Dr. Bonamali Pal (Co PI) SCBC,TIET||Nanocarriers for topical delivery of pathogen-specific RNAi molecules for sustained protection of pea crop against powdery mildew||65||DBT||2020|
|9||Dr. Dinesh Goyal||Lignocellulosic biomass utilization for lactic acid and bioethanol production||25.00||DBT||2020|
|10||Dr. Sumit Chandok||Iterative Algorithms and Stability of Functional Equations in Quasi-Banach Spaces||35.156||SERB, DST||2019|
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