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  • 09/06/16--06:23: Changin streams
  • Hello,
    I have a doubt. I am currently in the final year of B.E EEE. But I don't like EEE and would like to change streams. I want to know if it's possible to do it in India?
    Can I write GATE BT and get into IITs for M.Tech?

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  • 09/08/16--07:08: Clinical Research
  • Is it a good choice to choose clinical research career after BTech Biotechnology? What are the institutions that offer training in this field?

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    Sunil Nagpal,
    Can you please guide me . I am looking for Universities which offer Biotechnology engineering with out Maths in +12 . My daughter wants to do Biology / Chemistry / Physics at her 11/12th . Please guide.Thank you.

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    Dear Sunil Sir,

    I am studying my 3rd year btech biotechnology...i have an interest in food...
    What is a better option after Btech Biotechnology.....Mtech or Ms??

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  • 09/18/16--14:30: gate xl
  • Sir,I am doing my MSC in botany from Calcutta university.. I am preparing for gate xl 2017.can I apply for mtech biotechnology course in different IITs and nit after qualifying gate.??and will it be a direct admission or I have to go through an interview? Please reply..it will be a serious help..I am extremely confused. Sad

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    If you are preparing for IIT JEE exams then you have best option to study with MediEng online. here, students can get in touch with professionals for their queries and MediEng provides PDF for IIT JEE chapter wise practice papers, test papers etc. MediEng creates proper environment of exams in their tests conducted for students for preparation.

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  • 09/22/16--00:30: Master's degree in germany
  • hello,

    I want to pursue my Master's degree in Germany. I am a B.tech Biotechnology student, final year.

    Please suggest me the universities and institutions for doing a MS in Biotechnology in Germany. I am aware of the fact that, Germany offers students a low cost tuition fees. I need the details for applying to the university.

    looking forward for the response

    Thanks and Regards

    Shashikant

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  • 09/26/16--09:39: Careers in biotechnology
  • I am currently persuing b.tech in biotechnology from a private college. Im in the 3rd year now. Its neotia institute of technology in kolkata under wbut. 
    I have a number of questions and im quite confused at the moment.
    1) firstly after a btech doing ms or mtech which one is preferable?
    2) what are the job opportunities after a mtech or ms?
    3) which is the best place to do ms from?
    4) what is the  minimum amount of fees you require to do ms?
    5) what is the eligibility criteria for doina a ms or a mtech degree?
    since i dont have a good percentage in my 12th standard is it going to affect the further studies ?
    and lastly what is preferable after a btech in biotechnology ? a mba/ mtch/a ms degree?
    6) how should i prepare for it?
    as far is as interest is concerned im interested in the food sector or the marketing sector.
    which will get me a better pay in future?

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  • 09/28/16--08:14: regarding PhD call from NUS
  • Hi all

    I have done my MSc biotech with 8.53 CGPA and BSc with 75%. I cleared my GATE with 99.1 percentile. I have one publication and one chapter published by an Indian publishing company.I have talked to a professor in NUS who has permitted me to enter his name as my prospective mentor. What is my chance of getting an interview call from NUS?

    Thank you so much in advance. Smile

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    Hi

    Where can I study and get more information about selection of my career? Is there any online educational website where I can find all answers to my questions?

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  • 10/01/16--00:56: genes
  • Hello,

    I am a BTech biotech student  and while I was studying some gene prediction methods I came up with a question in my mind that how researchers are able to find the required gene segment from whole genome set of an organism? From where do they get to know about the location of gene segment in the genome set which is responsible for the improper functioning of some or other things(experimental methods).DNA consist of extremely long series of base pairs and how it is possible to identify ,which sequence is responsible for which protein,disease or some other functions? kindly help me in this topic.


    Thank you

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  • 10/01/16--01:13: research paper
  • Respected sir,



    I am a Btech Biotech 2nd year student and i want to write a research paper but I don't know what are the requirements and how to initiate it ? kindly assist me .

    Thank you

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    Government of India Scholarships for International Students

    The Government of India offers a number of scholarships every year to international students who wish to pursue their studies in India. Offer of scholarships are sent to the respective Governments through Indian diplomatic missions abroad. Nominations are received from the respective Governments in the Indian diplomatic missions concerned. The information on such scholarships and schemes can be availed from the Indian missions abroad.

    Some of the Scholarships are:

    1. General Cultural Scholarship Scheme (GCSS)

    Scholarships are awarded under this scheme (GCSS) annually to international students belonging to certain Asian, African and Latin American countries for the undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and for pursuing research at Indian universities. However, scholarships for medical studies for MBBS, BDS or for medical research leading to a Ph.D. degree are not offered under the GCSS scheme.

    A list of countries covered under the GCSS is given below:

    Afghanistan, Barbados, Botswana, Cambodia, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gambia, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Laos, Lesotho, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Malawi, Namibia, Nepal, Palestine, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, Republic of Ireland, Sri Lanka, Syria, Seychelles, Sudan, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Uzbekistan, UAE, Vietnam, Yemen, Zaire, Zambia. Zimbabwe.



    2. Cultural Exchange Programme

    Every year The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (External website that opens in a new window) (ICCR) administers scholarships international students according to the terms and conditions of the Cultural Exchange Programme signed between the Government of India and the Government of the respective country for studying, training and research in various fields. At present India has Cultural

    Exchange Programmes with the following countries:

    Australia, Algeria, Argentina, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Belgium, Bahrain, Colombia, Cyprus, China, Czech, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrghyzstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Maldives, Mauritius, Malaysia, Mexico, Mali, Netherlands, Nigeria, North Korea, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, South Korea, Senegal, Sudan, Syria, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, United Arab Emirates (UAE), United Arab Republic (Egypt), Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen, Zaire, Zimbabwe.



    3. Commonwealth Fellowship Plan

    Scholarships and fellowships are offered annually under this scheme to candidates from Commonwealth countries mainly for postgraduate studies, though a few awards may be made available for undergraduate studies in those disciplines for which adequate facilities may not exist in the applicants' country. Short duration scholarships are also available under this scheme for scholars wishing to collect material for conducting research projects back home.



    4. Reciprocal Scholarships Scheme

    Candidates wishing to do postgraduate study or research in any subject, for whom facilities exist in India, may apply for a scholarship under this scheme. Applicants wanting to study or wishing to specialise in Indian Classical Music, Indian Classical Dance, Painting, Sculpture, Drama and Indian Languages may also be considered for admission at the undergraduate level. For undergraduate courses, international students may join any university or a recognised institution. An international student wishing to study Indian languages should join a university or institution as a regular student.


    Scholarships under this scheme are available to candidates from Latin American countries and to certain specified European countries: Austria, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Switzerland, Surinam, and Uruguay.



    5. Technical Cooperation Scheme of the Colombo Plan

    This scheme is administered on behalf of the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of External Affairs and is meant for students who are nationals of Asian countries.

    Under the TCS of the Colombo Plan, scholarships are awarded to the candidates of the following countries:

    Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Iran, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Thailand.

    According to the scheme, scholarships are offered for under-graduate, post-graduate and research towards a Ph.D. degree. At the under-graduate level a few scholarships are also available for engineering degrees or diploma courses.

    The scholarships in this scheme are of two categories,
    • Category I: This category is for training of officers coming for short or medium-term courses.
    • Category II: This is meant for students, trainees, undergraduates and postgraduates coming for short, medium or long-term courses.
    The duration of courses is as follows:
    • One year or less
    • Up to two years
    • More than two years


    6. SAARC Fellowship Scheme

    To promote interaction among students, scholars, academicians from SAARC countries, the Government of India has introduced the SAARC Fellowship and Scholarship Scheme. Six fellowships and twelve scholarships are offered annually to the nationals of member countries viz. Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Therefore, one fellowship and two scholarships are offered to nationals of each member country.

    Fellowships and scholarships are offered for studies in areas of Economics, Education, Environment, Agriculture, Mass Communication, Language and Literature, Sociology, Transport Engineering, Applied Economics, Master of Business Administration Programme, Biochemistry, Social Work, Food Technology and Home Science.

    In addition, one Chair is also awarded to a member country on rotation basis. Only such courses, for which no adequate facilities exist in the member countries, are offered for study by the Government of India. The financial terms and conditions are finalised by the SAARC secretariat.



    7. Apasaheb Pant Scholarship Scheme

    Under this scheme one scholarship is offered to a Kenyan national to pursue studies at the postgraduate level, preferably in the field of Economics or International Relations at Jawaharlal Nehru University. Apart from the usual dues, economy class air-fare is also provided.



    8. ICCR Scholarship Scheme

    The Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India offers ICCR (Indian Council for Cultural Relations) scholarships to the students all over the world. ICCR covers 60 scholarships under its umbrella, offered for undergraduate and post graduate Programmes in Performing and Visual Arts. Subjects include Indian Classical Music, Dance, Painting and Sculpture.



    9. Craft Instructors Scheme
    Under this scheme 10 bursaries are offered annually to nationals of Commonwealth countries for training as craft instructors.
    Scholarship Scheme for Sri Lanka and Mauritius

    Under this scheme 77 scholarships are offered annually, 47 for Sri Lanka and 30 for Mauritius. These scholarships are for pursuing studies towards under-graduate, post-graduate degrees and for pursuing research towards fulfilment of a Ph.D. degree. Nationals of Sri Lanka can also study specialised subjects such as Agriculture, Engineering and Pharmacy under this scheme.


    Information Obtained from: http://www.archive.india.gov.in


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    As per a recent study conducted by the government, Five different hazardous heavy metals and toxins were found as contaminants in beverages of PepsiCo and Coca Cola.  

    Heavy metals found pertained to: antimony, lead, chromium and cadmium while the toxic compound found consistently was DEHP or Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate. These contaminants were observed to be prevalent in samples of Coca Cola, Pepsi, Sprite, Mountain Dew and 7Up.

    Study was commissioned by the Drugs Technical Advisory Board and it has been indicated that the source of these contaminants in the cold drinks is polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles (bottles they are packed in).

    Astonishingly,  no permissible limits have been prescribed for heavy metals in cold drinks in India. 

    Following is a brief of the level of contamination observed:

    Quote:Sprite: 0.015 mg/L of antimony, 0.007 mg/L of lead, 0.003 mg/L of cadmium, 0.015 mg/L of chromium, and 0.016 mg/L of DEHP



    Quote:Coca Cola: 0.006 mg/L of antimony, 0.009 mg/L of lead, 0.011 mg/L of cadmium, 0.026 mg/L of chromium, and 0.026 mg/L of DEHP. 



    Quote:Mountain Dew: 0.012 mg/L of antimony, 0.006 mg/L of lead, 0.016 mg/L of cadmium, 0.017 mg/L of chromium, and 0.014 mg/L of DEHP. 


    Quote:Pepsi: 0.029 mg/L of antimony, 0.011 mg/L of lead, 0.002 mg/L of cadmium, 0.017 mg/L of chromium, and 0.028 mg/L of DEHP. 



    Quote:7UP: 0.011 mg/L of antimony, 0.004 mg/L of lead, 0.012 mg/L of cadmium, 0.017 mg/L of chromium, and 0.018 mg/L of DEHP. 


    Stay alert and Stay away from unhealthy foods/ beverages! (AND SPREAD THE AWARENESS PLEASE)

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    Dear Sir,

    I have read somewhere on this website that after completing M.tech in Biotechnology, candidate can get job into IT companies as an associate consultant. So what is the job profile for life science students into IT companies and how I can get through? Help me with some links if possible.

    Thank you 
    Ayushi Goyal

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    Dear all,

    Those who are looking for a fully funded Internship in US (Top Universities), then Khorana Program is the best for you. 

    Refer the details below and apply before the deadline!

    http://in.biotechstudents.com/khorana-program/

    Best wishes

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    Field: Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology

    Company: ISPN Consulting Private limited

    Location: Chandigarh, IN

    ISPN Consulting Pvt Ltd hiring for manufacturing different formulations like Tablets, Capsules, Liquids & Suspensions, Creams, Powders.
    They have a satisfied list of clients, who's product range is manufactured continuously in their facilities.

    Responsibilities

    • planning and carrying out trials
    • tracking environmental micro-organism development
    • growing microbe cultures
    • developing new pharmaceutical products, vaccines, medicines and compounds such as antiseptics
    • collecting samples from a variety of locations
    • recording, analyzing and interpreting data
    • keeping up-to-date with scientific and research developments
    • ensuring that data is recorded accurately in accordance to guidelines
    • observing high health and safety standards
    • inspecting food and drink manufacturing processes to check for possible contamination

    Eligibility:
    Graduate in B.E./B.Tech with Bio-Technology, Graduate in B.E./B.Tech with Bioinformatics, Graduate in B.E./B.Tech with Bioprocess Engineering, Graduate in B.E./B.Tech with Biotechnology & Biochemical, Graduate in B.E./B.Tech with Pharmaceutical Engineering, Graduate in B.Sc with Bio-Chemistry, Bio-technology, Chemistry, Graduate in B.Sc with Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Graduate in B.Sc with Bioinformatics, Graduate in B.Sc with BioScience, Graduate in B.Sc with Biotechnology, Graduate in B.PHARMA with Pharmaceutical Science, Graduate in B.PHARMA with Pharmacology Candidate should have qualified in BE/BSc as well in any recognize university.

    Applications accepted at ISPN Consulting Website or through Linkedin.

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  • 10/17/16--10:08: fusion gene
  • Respected sir,

    I am a B tech Biotech student . while I was trying to learn the method to create fusion gene for a transgenic plant , I was unable to understand  some points. The method was given like this..."A primer was designed to introduce a BamH1 site and to remove the translational stop codon at 3' end of cry1B gene sequence.such a step preserve the protease  processing site in cry1B sequence. The cry1B gene was amplified and restricted with Nco1 and BamH1 and cloned in pBluescript KS+......"
    So, I am unable to get this (i) preservation of protease processing site , and (ii) pBluescript KS+ .
    kindly help me regarding these concepts and also, elaborate me the process of gene fusion.


    Thank you.

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    Dos anybody have information about whaf are the courses and books taught to students studying BS of Biotechnology in universities like Oxford, Cambridge and so on? Is there any reference to find out theses kind of information?

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    Consumer report on America’s Antibiotic Crisis 2015 has revealed that more than 8000 patients die each year due to MRSA infection and approximately 60,000 patients are sickened by it. Linezolid remains a standard treatment for MRSA infection. However, due to its high cost, the need for alternative has become apparent. A triple β-lactam combination i.e. Meropenem, Piperacillin and Tazobactam (ME/PI/TZ) was tested against highly resistant MRSA strain (23 diverse antibiotics) by NIH. It was found that this trio was acting synergistically and showing bactericidal action against MRSA. It also suppresses the evolution of resistance via reciprocal collateral sensitivity of MRSA constituents. A similar efficacy of this trio was also demonstrated as compared to Linezolid by performing a final test on MRSA infected mice for 6 days.

    Source: National Chemical Biology. 2015, September 14. doi:10.1038/nchembio.1911


    WorkSure a Contract Research Organization providing support to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.

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