Master Degree in MicrobiologyGhoutam College
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Frequent Asked Questions
Any recognised three years 'Degree with 50% marks in all the subjects, Microbiology as one of the subject.
Microbiology has both basic and applied aspects. The current occupations of a microbiologist are medical, agricultural, dairy and industrial microbiology. Microbial genetics, molecular biology focus on the nature of genetic information and how it regulates the development and function of cells and organisms.
The microbiologist Rene Dubos has summarized the excitement and promise of microbiology.
How extra ordinary that, all over the world, microbiologists are now involved in activities as different as the study of gene structure, the control of disease, and industrial processes based on the phenomenal ability of microorganisms to decompose and synthesize complex organic molecules. Microbiology is one of the best rewarding of professions because it gives it practitioners the opportunity to be in contact with all the other natural sciences and thus to contribute in many different ways to the betterment to human life. M.Sc. Microbiology is a two year full time regular course of Bangalore University.
*Theory & Practical :
*Structure, Organization and Diversity of Micro organisms,
*Environmental Microbiology (No Practical),
*Microbes in Food & Fermentation Industry
*Immunology and medical Microbiology
*Microbial Genetics and Molecular Biology
*Applied Mycology and Plant Pathology (No Practical)
1 Structure, Organization and Diversity of Micro organisms.
2 Microbiology Physiology
3 Soil Microbiology
4 Environmental Microbiology Microbiology
1 Structure, Organization & Taxonomy of Micro organisms
2 Microbial Physiology
3 Soil and Environmental
1 Micro in Food & Fermentation Industry
2 Immunology and Medical Microbiology
3 Microbial Genetics and Genetics Molecular Biology
4 Applied Mycology and Plant Pathology
1 Food and Industrial Microbiology
2 Immunology, Medical Microbiology and Microbial Genetics
3 Applied Mycology and Plant Pathology