M.Sc MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGYAMET University
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Bachelor degree from any recognized universities, in any branch of Life Sciences with not less than 55%. Candidates awaiting for final year results also can apply.
M.Sc. Marine Biotechnology is one of the unequaled P.G. program which is extended by few establishments in India. A.M.E.T Institute is gallant to have such a program with International measures. The program syllabus has been very carefully designed to assist learners to acquire top class data & exposures. Modern pharmaceutical companies are concentrating on formulating fresh medicines from marine resource. The heightened concentration on aqua-culture will give rise to 1000 of occupations for trained Marine Biotechnologist. The increasing application of marine product in foods, cosmetics, & farming industries has produced a flow requirement that we can hardly cope with. Therefore, pursuing M.Sc in Marine Biotechnology at A.M.E.T. Institute is all to heighten ones occupation chances in the R & D & industries sectors concerning to Marine Biotechnology. The P.G program has been designed in such fashion so to fit out candidates to create them sure enough in confronting the real world. The syllabus has contributed adequate stress on both industries, research & academic requirement. We promote our P.G candidates to participate in the technological event all around Nations. As the program continues, they require to undertake research project with the help of which candidates have got publication in umpired journal of international repute. Industrial visit, field visit & educational tour are parts of the syllabus. At Departmental levels, we concentrate & improve the extracurriculars, co-curriculars & social skill of candidates through Luminous Club. We are training our P.G candidates to outfit themselves for a research career & we are gallant to say the candidates are now able to do autonomous research on some uncommon micro-organisms like luminescent bacteria, fluorescent pseudomonad, marine actinomycete, bio-plastic producing organism, extremophilic bacteria, enzyme producers & others