Bachelor Degree in Micro-Biology

Ghoutam College
In Bangalore

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  • Bachelor
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    3 Years

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Where and when

Starts Location
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Ghoutam college,#258, 5th Main, Ist Phase, WOC Road, Manjunathnagar, 560010, Karnataka, India
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¬∑ Requirements

Pass in 12th Standard / Equivalent with Chemistry, Biology, Zoology, Botany, Sericulture and Environment Science.

Course programme

Microbiology is the study of Micro-organisms or in other words minute organisms which are invisible to the naked eye. Micro-Biology helps in understanding the life cycles of these micro-organisms, and the effect they have on plants and animals. Life of Micro - organisms is very intricate and thus affects soil, water etc. and as a result life on earth warrants a controlled scientific study of Microbiology.

Micro-Biology has various branches like Soil Micro-Biology, Food, Water, Dairy and Genetics. The development of Micro-Biology depends largely on industrial methods, the economic requirements and general progress of science and engineering. By detecting it we can improve the Agricultural, Horticultural and also Pharmaceutical Science, Space Biology etc.

The purpose of modern Micro-Biology is to serve people by knowing the structure and important biological properties of pathogenic microbes and their relation with human organism. The success of Micro-Biology contributes to the development of the study of infections, diseases, virology, surgery, hygiene, epidemiology etc. It can be said without exaggeration, that at present there is no medical science without development in Micro-Biology. B.Sc., Micro-Biology represents a regular three years' degree course of Bangalore University. After completing the course one can go for higher studies - (M.Sc) or work as a Micro-Biologist in agricultural pharmaceutical lab, food industries, distilleries, water plants etc.

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