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Overview | Bio Technology

Biotechnology is the research-oriented science including a fusion of biology and technology. The Department of Biotechnology, MM(DU) was established in 2008 and has been significantly contributing in terms of enhancing the knowledge and practical exposure of students, providing them with ample employment opportunities, and development of more advanced technologies.

With vast number of specialties and courses, the biotechnology courses at MMEC have emerged as the youth’s preference. The Department offers courses for all, i.e. everyone aspiring to enroll in biotechnology right from an undergraduate student to a Ph. D aspirant. The success stories of students are a testimony to the faculty’scommitment and appropriate research environment across all the interdisciplinary areas of biotechnology. Our focus is to prepare the students as per the Industry requirement; hence we also train our students on Bio-Safety, Regulatory and Intellectual Property related issues in broader social context and sustainable development.

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Courses | Bio Technology

B.Sc. Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary science program aimed at providing excellent carrier opportunity for the students. It is a fast emerging course providing distinctive advantages to students as it finds applications in various aspects of life sciences.

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Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology offers a balanced curriculum which gives equal importance to life science subjects such as Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology etc. and engineering subjects like Bioprocess Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Thermodynamics, Mass Transfer etc.

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This is a multidisciplinary degree which deals with different aspects of biology, cell biology and biotechnology. This course is carefully designed to cover the knowledge in key fields such as gene therapy, drug design, genomics, proteomics, genetic engineering and industrial biotechnology for plants, animals and micro-organisms.

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The Master of Science program in Botany was started in 2016-17 academic year from Biotechnology Department of the University. M. Sc. in Botany course provides a broad background in the biology of plants – from the molecular to the organism level.

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The M. Sc. course in Microbiology was started in the year of 2012 from the Department of Biotechnology of the university with an aim of providing quality education and impart in-depth knowledge to the students in various areas of microbiology so as to meet the demand of industry and academia.

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Overview | Bio Technology

Biotechnology is the research-oriented science including a fusion of biology and technology. The Department of Biotechnology, MM(DU) was established in 2008 and has been significantly contributing in terms of enhancing the knowledge and practical exposure of students, providing them with ample employment opportunities, and development of more advanced technologies.

With vast number of specialties and courses, the biotechnology courses at MMEC have emerged as the youth’s preference. The Department offers courses for all, i.e. everyone aspiring to enroll in biotechnology right from an undergraduate student to a Ph. D aspirant. The success stories of students are a testimony to the faculty’scommitment and appropriate research environment across all the interdisciplinary areas of biotechnology. Our focus is to prepare the students as per the Industry requirement; hence we also train our students on Bio-Safety, Regulatory and Intellectual Property related issues in broader social context and sustainable development.

Ranking

  • Accredited by NAAC with Grade ‘A++’
  • NIRF RANKINGS 2020- Ranked 93rd Amongst Top 100 Universities of India
  • 1st University in North India to be Awarded QS Five Stars Global Rating for Employability, Teaching, Facilities & Social Responsibility

Recognitions

  • University Grants Commission(UGC)
  • All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE)

Key Features

  • Comprehensive training to students in Professional ethics, communication skills, team work skills, leadership and multidisciplinary approach
  • State-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities
  • Best learning environment
  • WiFi Campus, air-conditioned lecture theaters, and Computer Labs

Research Outcomes

Department has progressed exceedingly well in the focused research areas including Drug Resistance, Cancer Biology, Medical Microbiology, Natural Products, Plant Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology, Industrial Microbiology, Medical Microbiology, Nano-Biotechnology and Computational Biology.

Total Publications

492, Cumulative Thomson Reuter Impact factor~425, h-Index~40, i10-index = 139; Citations:6576; Publications having more than 3.0 impact factor~65;

Patents filed

88 filed, Published: 15; Gene Sequences with Accession Numbers in GenBank, NCBI, USA: 125.

Faculty members have publications in highly reputed impact Journals such as Seminars in Cancer Biology (IF~11.15), Journal of Biological Chemistry (IF~4.57), Biomolecules (IF~4.6), Critical Reviews in Oncology and Hematology (IF~5.01) etc. Departmental faculty members have written 35 books and 90 book chapters from reputed publishers such as Springer-Nature, Elsevier, Degruyter and NOVA Publishers and many others are in the pipeline.

Courses | Bio Technology

B.Sc. Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary science program aimed at providing excellent carrier opportunity for the students. It is a fast emerging course providing distinctive advantages to students as it finds applications in various aspects of life sciences.

Read More

Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology offers a balanced curriculum which gives equal importance to life science subjects such as Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology etc. and engineering subjects like Bioprocess Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Thermodynamics, Mass Transfer etc.

Read More

This is a multidisciplinary degree which deals with different aspects of biology, cell biology and biotechnology. This course is carefully designed to cover the knowledge in key fields such as gene therapy, drug design, genomics, proteomics, genetic engineering and industrial biotechnology for plants, animals and micro-organisms.

Read More

The Master of Science program in Botany was started in 2016-17 academic year from Biotechnology Department of the University. M. Sc. in Botany course provides a broad background in the biology of plants – from the molecular to the organism level.

Read More

The M. Sc. course in Microbiology was started in the year of 2012 from the Department of Biotechnology of the university with an aim of providing quality education and impart in-depth knowledge to the students in various areas of microbiology so as to meet the demand of industry and academia.

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Academic Activities | Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana

Sr. No.

Name of Conference/Workshop

Date

1

Students-Led Conference on Emerging Trends in Multidisciplinary Research(SLCETMR-2018)

26/10/2018

2

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

3

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

4

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

5

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

6

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

7

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

8

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

9

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

10

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

11

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

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Topic

Date

1

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

04/03/2017 & 05/03/2017

2

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/02/2017 to 17/02/2017

3

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06/02/2017 to 10/02/2017

4

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

5

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

6

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

07/01/2017 to 10/01/2017

7

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

8

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

9

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

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Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

1

Mr. Rajendra Madhavrao Shende

Former Director in United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Smart city and energy conservation

02/02/2018

2

Dr.Gurbachan Singh

Ex-Chairman Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board

Opportunities in Agriculture and Biological Sciences

28/02/2018

3

Dr. Narottam Sharma

In Charge CMRL, Dehradun

ADVANCEMENT IN MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC

18/09/2018

4

Prof. Jose J Rodes,

Professor in University of Alicante, Spain

ASTROBIOLOGY

20/02/2019

5

Mr. Rajinder Bansal, Chandigarh

MD, BANSAL CARRIER ACADEMY, C

Carrier counseling

27/02/2019

6

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

Significance of Yoga

15/10/2017

7

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

Innovative trends in the field of Mathematics

9/3/2017

8

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

Importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life

9/3/2017

9

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications

8/3/2017

10

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017

28rd Feb 2017

11

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

Importance of Self Study

23/1/2017

Drug Resistance in Cancer Targeting N6 adenine specific methyltranferase 1 (N6AMT1) and drug resistance in cancer: Expanding the utilityof RNA Aptamers Funding agency-DHR-ICMR worth- 8.92 Lacs PI-Dr. Gaurav Parashar Kumar (Ph.D Biotechnology), Department of Biotechnology, MMEC, MMDU-Mullana
Parkinson's Disease Identification of neuroprotective action of compounds through prevention of alpha-synuclein toxicity in cell based and animals models of Parkinson's Disease Funding agency-ICMR worth- 36.5 Lacs PI-Dr. Sasanka Chakraborty, Department of Biochemistry, MMIMSR & Biotechnology, MMEC-Mullana CO-PI- Dr. Gaurav Parashar Kumar (Ph.D Biotechnology), Department of Biotechnology, MMEC, MMDU-Mullana
Chromium Bioremediation To develop a process for bioremediation of chromium from industrial effluents used microbial consortium, Funding agency-HSCST-PANCHKULA(Haryana) worth- 8.33 Lacs PI-Dr. Raman Kumar (Ph.D Biotechnology), Department of Biotechnology, MMEC, MMDU-Mullana CO-PI- Prof. Namita Singh (Ph.D, Microbiology), Department of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology, GJUS&T, Hissar
Bio-plastic Biodegradable plastic which can be used in manufacturing of biodegradable plasticwares. Useful for preparation of drug delivery agents. Environment friendly food packaging
Bio-fuel Biofuel can be used in replacement of fossil fuels Blending of fossil fuels. Economical use of agricultural waste.
Bio-cement Ecofriendly It can be used as an alternative of chemical based cement.
Bio-enzymes Useful for industries like detergent, food, pharma industry and waste treatments
Molecular characterization of biosynthetic pathways of bacosides in B. monnieri - Molecular components (pathway genes, TFs, miRNAs) identification through transcriptome mining, - Validation the same molecular components through qRT-PCR - Functional analysis of genes
Morphotaxonomy, molecular heterogeneity and Bioecology 1. Morphotaxonomy, Morphotaxometry, Biosystematics and Numerical Taxonomy 2. Molecular heterogeneity and barcode validation based on conserved gene sequences 3. Environmental influence on bioecology, population biology and transmission dynamics Consolidated Biological Processing of Field Crops Biomass and Crop Diversification for Sustainable Environment: i. To design an effective biological strategy for sustainable agricultural waste management in Haryana and Punjab. ii. To employed the contrivance of crop diversification in cash crops for better utilization of natural resources and financial augmentation for sustainability. Significance: Following are the significance of the present proposed project: i. Improvement in the health of soil-humus content of the agricultural fields by the management of lignocellulosic waste. ii. Prevention of the burning of field crop residues, hence overcome environmental pollution through the composting of post harvested remianders by the application of wild fungal species.

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Year of Filing patent

Name of the Faculty

Title of Patent

Details of Patents filed with the Patents office Govt. of India, New Delhi

Details of Publication of Patents in official Journal of the Patent office Govt. of India, New Delhi

1.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel HPLC Method for determination of Norethindrone from Tablet dosage form.

2021107461

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

2.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Robust Facile Synthesis of Mangifera indica biochar supported Ag/Cu-ZrO2 hetero-nanostructure for biomedical applications.

2021107462

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

3.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Green Facile Synthesis of Ag-Doped Cu/ZnO nanocomposite (G-AgNC) using leaf extract of Melia azedarach as a capping for biomedical applications.

2021107463

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

4.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel Assay Method for PANTOPRAZOLE (EC) PELLETS.

2021107465

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

15-12-2021

5.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

A novel HPLC assay method for detection of Desmoprsein Acetate from tablet dosage form.

2021107466

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

15-12-2021

6.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel UV-VIS Spectrophotometer methods for detection of Propranolol HCL from sustained release pellets formulated.

2021107491

Australian Patents Filed Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

7.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel dissolution methods for PROPRANOLOL HCL sustained released pellets.

2021107492

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

8.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel Assay methods for RABEPRAZOLE SODIUM (EC) + DOMERIDONE (SR) PELLETS.

2021107493

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

9.   

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel Dissolution testing procedure for PANTOPRAZOLE (EC) PELLETS.

2021107494

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

10.       

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel assay methods for RABEPRAZOLE SODIUM (EC)+ EVOSULPIRIDE (SR) PELLETS

2021107512

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

15-12-2021

11.       

2021

Adesh K Saini, Reena V Saini

Novel dissolution methods for RABEPRAZOLE SODIUM (EC) + DOMERIDONE (SR) PELLETS.

2021107503

Australian Patents Filed

Awarded, Commissioner of Patents, Australian Government

8-12-2021

12.       

2021

Dr. Reena V Saini, Prof. Adesh K Saini.

A NOVEL HPLC METHOD OF ESTIMATION OF ACECLOFENAC FROM MULTI PARTICULATE DOSAGE AND USES THERE OF

2021101439.

Australian patent

Granted on 14/5/2021

13.       

2020

Dr. Reena V Saini, Prof. Adesh K Saini

 

Novel design of Particle size Determination Apparatus with plasticstopcock (Anderson Pipette).

 335620-001.

Granted on23/7/2021

14.       

2020

Prof. Adesh K Saini, Dr. Reena V Saini

Formulation of Multiple - Unit Tablet of Pantoprazole

2020104074.

Australian patent

Granted on 10/2/2021

15.       

2014

Dr. Vikas Beniwal

Process for synthesis of Chalcones and Uses thereof.

146/DEL/2014.

 

Granted on 28/09/2020

 

Research & Publications (Selected)

Faculty

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Journal

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Volume/IssuNo/ISSN

Year of Publication

Impact Factor

Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma Mining human microbiome bringing newer paradigms to anticancer therapeutics:Editorial SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. Vol. 70, Issue. 1, pp 1-2 2021 15.7
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Deguelin targets multiple oncogenic signaling pathways to combat human malignancies PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH Elsevier Inc. (Accepted) 2021 5
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma Special Issue: Mining human microbiome bringing newer paradigms to anticancer therapeutics SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. Vol. 70, Issue. 1, pp 1-2 2021 15.7
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Mayank Chaudhary Current paradigms in epigenetic anticancer therapeutics and future challenges SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. (Accepted) 2021 15.7
Dr. Adesh K Saini Metal doped and hybrid carbon dots: a comprehensive review on their synthesis and biomedical applications JOURNAL OF CONTROLLED RELEASE Elsevier BV (Accepted) 2021 7.7
Dr. Raman Kumar An insight into the mechanism of ‘symbiotic-bioremoval’ of heavy metal ions from synthetic and industrial samples using bacterial consortium ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION Elsevier BV Vol. 21, Issue. 1, pp 101302-1000684 2021 3.3559999999999999
Dr. Adesh K Saini, Dr. Reena V Saini Rhamnolipid the Glycolipid Biosurfactant: emerging trends and promising strategies in the field of biotechnology and biomedicine MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES BioMed Central (Accepted) 2021 4.4000000000000004
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Adjunct use of honey in diabetes mellitus: A consensus or conundrum? TRENDS IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Elsevier BV Vol. 106, Issue. 12, pp 254-274 2020 12.5
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Raman Kumar Trapping of oil molecules in clathrates: Oil trapping mechanism, soil composition and thermal studies JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR LIQUIDS Elsevier BV Vol. 319, Issue. 1, pp 114169-114175 2020 4.5129999999999999
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Gaurav Parashar Repurposing of SARS-CoV nucleocapsid protein specific nuclease resistant RNA aptamer for therapeutics against SARS-CoV-2 INFECTION, GENETICS AND EVOLUTION Elsevier BV Vol. 85, Issue. 1, pp 104497-104501 2020 3.3
Dr. Adesh K Saini Metal-free photo-activation of peroxymonosulfate using graphene supported graphitic carbon nitride for enhancing photocatalytic activity MATERIALS LETTERS Elsevier BV Vol. 277, Issue. In Pr, pp 128277-0 2020 3.5
Dr. Adesh K Saini, Dr. Reena V Saini A curious case of cysteines in human peroxiredoxin I REDOX BIOLOGY Elsevier BV Vol. 37, Issue. 37, pp 101738-101738 2020 9
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Diwakar Aggarwal Path of Silibinin from diet to medicine: a dietary polyphenolic flavonoid having potential anti-cancer therapeutic significance SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. (Accepted) 2020 15.7
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Long non-coding RNA TINCR as potential biomarker and therapeutic target for cancer LIFE SCIENCES Elsevier BV Vol. 257, Issue. 9, pp 118035-118051 2020 5
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Therapeutic Applications of Human and Bovine Colostrum in the Treatment of Gastrointestinal Diseases and Distinctive Cancer Types: The Current Evidence FRONTIERS IN PHARMACOLOGY Frontiers Media S.A. Vol. 11, Issue. 11, pp 120-132 2020 5
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Reena V Saini, Dr. Adesh K Saini Mechanistic Insights into the Oxidized Low-Density Lipoprotein-Induced Atherosclerosis OXIDATIVE MEDICINE AND CELLULAR LONGEVITY Hindawi Limited Vol. 2020, Issue. 1, pp 1-14 2020 4.9359999999999999
Dr. Adesh K Saini, Dr. Reena V Saini Synergistic photocatalytic mitigation of imidacloprid pesticide and antibacterial activity using carbon nanotube decorated phosphorus doped graphitic carbon nitride photocatalyst JOURNAL OF THE TAIWAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Elsevier BV Vol. In Press, Issue. In Pr, pp 0-0 2020 4.7
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Diwakar Aggarwal Baicalein: A metabolite with promising antineoplastic activity LIFE SCIENCES Elsevier BV Vol. 259, Issue. 10, pp 118183-118197 2020 3.234
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Antioxidant Phytoconstituents From Onosma bracteata Wall. (Boraginaceae) Ameliorate the CCl4 Induced Hepatic Damage: In Vivo Study in Male Wistar Rats FRONTIERS IN PHARMACOLOGY Frontiers Media SA (Accepted) 2020 5
Dr. Adesh K Saini Studies on anticancerious and photocatalytic activity of carboxymethyl cellulose-cl-poly(lactic acid-co-itaconic acid)/ZnO-Ag nanocomposite ARABIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY Elsevier BV Vol. In Press, Issue. In Pr, pp 0-0 2020 4.7
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Mukesh Yadav, Dr. Nirmala Sehrawat, Dr. Vikas Kumar, Dr. Manoj Singh Microbiome dysbiosis in cancer: Exploring therapeutic strategies to counter the disease SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. (Accepted) 2020 11.15
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma Current Paradigms in COVID-19 Research: Proposed Treatment Strategies, Recent Trends and Future Directions CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Bentham Science Publishers Ltd. Vol. 27, Issue. 1, pp 1-20 2020 3.4689999999999999
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Mukesh Yadav, Dr. Nirmala Sehrawat, Dr. Vikas Kumar, Dr. Manoj Singh Probiotics in microbiome ecological balance providing a therapeutic window against cancer SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. (Accepted) 2020 11.15
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Diwakar Aggarwal Molecular mechanisms of action of epigallocatechin gallate in cancer: Recent trends and advancement SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier Inc. Vol. 62, Issue. 1, pp 1-19 2020 15.7
Dr. Raman Kumar Immobilization interaction between xenobiotic and Bjerkandera adusta for the biodegradation of atrazine CHEMOSPHERE Elsevier BV (Accepted) 2020 4.4269999999999996
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Diwakar Aggarwal, Dr. Gaurav Parashar, Dr. Nidarshana Chaturvedi Parashar Garcinol Exhibits Anti-Neoplastic Effects by Targeting Diverse Oncogenic Factors in Tumor Cells BIOMEDICINES Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute Vol. 8, Issue. 5, pp 103-125 2020 6
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Diwakar Aggarwal Molecular mechanisms of action of hesperidin in cancer: Recent trends and advancements EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE SAGE Publications Inc. Vol. 245, Issue. 2, pp 1-12 2020 3.6
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Emergence of Circulating MicroRNAs in Breast Cancer as Diagnostic and Therapeutic Efficacy Biomarkers MOLECULAR DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY Adis International Ltd. Vol. 24, Issue. 2, pp 1-21 2020 4
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, Dr. Renuka Role of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone (α-MSH) in modulating the molecular mechanism adopted by melanocytes of Bos indicus under UVR stress MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY Springer Nature Vol. 465, Issue. 1, pp 141-155 2019 2.8839999999999999
Dr. Manoj Singh Formation of fine Mg2Si phase in Mg–Si alloy via solid-state sintering using high energy ball milling JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS Elsevier BV (Accepted) 2019 4.1749999999999998
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Role of Reactive Oxygen Species in Cancer Progression: Molecular Mechanisms and Recent Advancements BIOMOLECULES Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) Vol. 9, Issue. 11, pp 735-761 2019 5
Dr. Tapan Kumar Mukherjee Robust curcumin-mustard oil emulsions for pro to anti-oxidant modulation of graphene oxide ARABIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY Elsevier BV Vol. 12, Issue. 8, pp 1-23 2019 3
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Natural product-based nanoformulations for cancer therapy: Opportunities and challenges SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY Elsevier BV Vol. 58, Issue. 1, pp 1-22 2019 15.7
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli Molecular Mechanisms of Action of Genistein in Cancer: Recent Advances FRONTIERS IN PHARMACOLOGY Frontiers Media S.A. Vol. 10, Issue. 12, pp 1036-1052 2019 5.8
Dr. Tapan Kumar Mukherjee Green silver nanoparticle and Tween-20 modulated pro-oxidant to antioxidant curcumin transformation in aqueous CTAB stabilized peanut oil emulsions JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR LIQUIDS Elsevier BV Vol. 291, Issue. 10, pp 111252-111259 2019 4.5129999999999999
Dr. Sunil Kumar Molecular epidemiology of carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii isolates reveals the emergence of blaOXA-23 and blaNDM-1 encoding international clones in India INFECTION, GENETICS AND EVOLUTION Elsevier BV Vol. 75, Issue. 10398, pp 1-8 2019 4
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma Fisetin and Quercetin: Promising Flavonoids with Chemopreventive Potential BIOMOLECULES Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) Vol. 9, Issue. 5, pp 174-196 2019 5
Dr. Ashun Chaudhary Chyawanprash: A Traditional Indian Bioactive Health Supplement BIOMOLECULES Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) Vol. 9, Issue. 5, pp 161-161 2019 5
Dr. Tapan Kumar Mukherjee The Potential of Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products (RAGE) as a Therapeutic Target for Lung Associated Diseases CURRENT DRUG TARGETS Bentham Science Publishers Ltd. Vol. 20, Issue. 6, pp 679-689 2019 3.1120000000000001
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs), Glutathione and Breast Cancer: Factors, Mechanism and Therapeutic Interventions CURRENT DRUG METABOLISM Bentham Science Publishers Ltd. Vol. 20, Issue. 1, pp 65-71 2019 3
Dr. Hardeep Singh Tuli, Dr. Ashun Chaudhary Molecular Mechanisms of Action of Tocotrienols in Cancer: Recent Trends and Advancements INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES MDPI AG Vol. 20, Issue. 3, pp 656-674 2019 3.6869999999999998
Dr. Tapan Kumar Mukherjee Recent advances in gold and silver nanoparticle based therapies for lung and breast cancers INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS Elsevier BV Vol. 553, Issue. 01-Fe, pp 483-509 2018 3.8620000000000001
Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma EMERGING TRENDS IN BIOMARKER DISCOVERY: EASE OF PROGNOSIS AND PREDICTION IN CANCER SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY ACADEMIC PRESS LTD- ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, ENGLAND Vol. 52, Issue. 1, pp 0-0 2018 15.7
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Frequently Asked Questions

Undergraduate Courses:

  • 1. B.Tech. (Biotechnology)-4 years degree programme
  • 2. B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology-3 years degree programme

 

Postgraduate Courses: 

  • 1. M.Sc. Biotechnology-2 years degree programme
  • 2. M.Sc. Microbiology-2 years degree programme
  • M.Sc. Botany-2 years degree programme

 

Doctoral Programme:      

    Ph.D. in Biotechnology

Apart from having a scope in teaching at the undergraduate, postgraduate or at school level, Biotechnologists can make a career in Pharmaceutical/Therapeutic/Health Industry, Research & Development Sector, Food and Dairy Industry, Agriculture/Pesticide/Bioremediation Industry, Distillery/wine/Beer Industry, Genetic Engineering/Genetically modified (GM) Crop Industry or as a Patent Analyst as well.

Other potential option is to have a career in Research in diverse sectors including Environmental, Industrial, Medical and Microbial Biotechnology.

Students doing B.Tech in Biotechnology from MMDU have gone abroad quite often. Many multi-national companies are looking for talented students for bright job prospects in the field of Pharmaceutical, Health, Research & Development, Food and Dairy etc and offer good pay packages as well.

Our students are competent to go for higher studies abroad in technically advanced and developed countries after qualifying GRE. They may opt for variety of interdisciplinary Master’s programme in Biological sciences which makes them skilled enough to adopt a career in variety of industrial sectors abroad. Furthermore, the Master’s students of MMDU have a wide scope of going to foreign land for pursuing their career in research and pursuing higher education such as Ph.D. degree course in Biological Sciences. Ph.D. degree holders can make a career in research in the above countries by pursuing research as a Post Doctoral Fellow or Research Associate/Scientist.

No, the department is not offering any diploma or certificate courses till date.

We strive to work on over-all personality of the student and continue mentoring him or her in areas of communication, presentation and logical reasoning ability. Along with this, the focus is on inculcating time Management strategies and to have leadership skills. We continue to guide and mentor the students through various personality development sessions and also club these sessions in our classroom teaching pedagogy.

Top Companies of the region and from all across India operating in Food Biotechnology sector, Life Sciences sector, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Information technology, Fermentation and dairy industry, Pharma-covigilance and Medical Data analysis come for campus placement to MMDU to recruit students pursuing B.Tech Biotechnology. Our students are working with global organizations and making us proud each day with their achievements.

Highest pay package is near INR 6 lakh/per annum.

Yes, the Department of biotechnology at MMDU encourages students to undergo training in industry and research institutes of eminence. Moreover, the department is having research collaborations and MOUs with prestigious organizations such as National Dairy Research Institute Karnal; Directorate of Wheat Research (ICAR) Karnal, Central Soil Salinity Research institute, Karnal (Haryana), Anuja Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. Dera Bassi and ONIOSOME Health Care Pvt. Ltd., Mohali, Punjab, India. Students are also encouraged to pursue training at these organizations depending upon their research interests.

Yes, Department has a strong mentor-mentee interaction platform where each and every teacher mentor owns 15-20 students and guides them accordingly for academic progress and employability as well.

Such brilliant minds are encouraged to undertake projects and present their ideas cum research in the form of oral or poster presentations at various conferences/workshops/seminars.

Yes, the Department of biotechnology at MMDU remains committed to train students by organizing expert lectures, workshops and training cum entrepreneurial programmes.

We organize many national-level and international workshops, seminars and industry conferences every year. The students of our department get to participate in industry sponsored as well as academic conclaves. A variety of cultural activities are organized not only at the departmental level but also at the University level where the students participate and show their talent. Annual Youth Mega Festival, UNIVERSUMM, AMMUNATION and other youth fests organized at MMDU and its constituent institutes give our students a chance to get fame and awards. Our students also take part in community activities through National Service Scheme (NSS). Our students have been representing the college in sports as well.

Yes, in fact the Department encourages such interdepartmental interactions and participation in cultural activities. Our students have won laurels at university as well as inter-university fests and cultural competitions.

Valid Identification card with appropriate verification is must to get access to the MMDU’s main library. This is issued by the Department administration.

The department aims to produce world class Bioengineers, Bio-entrepreneurs and Biotechnologists who can innovate, invent and further disseminate the knowledge to the society and the mankind. Department has been majorly focusing in research areas including drug resistance, cancer biology, natural products, microbial biotechnology, bioremediation, industrial microbiology and computational biology providing a strong platform for the students to do research projects or PhD from the department.

Yes, Orientation ceremony and Freshers’ party are organized every year to welcome the new joining students

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