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MPhil / PhD Biochemistry

Theory Courses

BCH-701

Fundamentals of Biochemistry (Deficiency)

3(3-0)

*BCH-702

Enzyme Production &Engineering

3(3-0)

*BCH-703

Concepts in Genetic Engineering

3(3-0)

BCH-704

Environmental Biochemistry  

3(3-0)

*BCH-705

Hormones & Chemical Regulators  

3(3-0)

*BCH-706

Applied Biochemistry

3(3-0)

*BCH-707

Advance Biochemical Techniques

3(1- 2)

BCH-708

Advanced Medical Biochemistry

3(3-0)

BCH-709

Inherited Diseases & Molecular Medicines

3(3-0)

BCH-710

Biochemistry of Drugs

3(3-0)

BCH-711

Advanced Cell Biology

3(3- 0)

BIN-710

Advances in Genomics and Proteomics

3(3-0)

BCH-713

Blood & Immunochemistry

3(3-0)

BCH-714

Advanced Fermentation & Biochemical Engineering

3(3-0)

*BCH-715

Regulation of Metabolism in Health & Disease

3(3-0)

BCH-716

Gene Expression and Manipulation

3(3-0)

BCH-717

Biochemistry of Control System

3(3-0)

BCH-721

Antioxidants

3(3-0)

BCH-722

Bioremediation

3(3-0)

*BCH-723

Research Strategies & Scientific Writing

3(3-0)

BCH-724

Body fluids & Mineral metabolism

3(3-0)

BCH-725

Forensic Biochemistry

3(2-1)

Other Mandatory Requirements for MPhil

STA-795

Statistics for Research (Optional)

3(2−1)

BCH-728

Seminar (General)

1(0-1)

BCH-729

Seminar (Research)

1(0-1)

BCH-730

Research and Thesis

6(0-6)

Other Mandatory Requirements for PhD

*STA-795

Statistics for Research (Optional)

3(2-1)

BCH-758

Seminar (General)

1(0-1)

BCH-759

Seminar (Research)

1(0-1)

BCH-760

Research and Thesis

*Core courses for MPhil program; the students will have to take four core courses as and when offered by the department.

*PhD. Students will take two core courses if they have not studied in MPhil or previous studies.

Note: Overall 24 teaching credit hours for MPhil are mandatory and Overall 18 teaching credit hours for PhD program are mandatory.  However, the research supervisor of students may recommend additional courses. The department will offer the courses keeping in view the availability of teachers and nature of research to be conducted.