Introduction of BSc Industrial Microbiology Course
Microbiology can be defined as the biology of microscopic organisms, or life too small to be seen with the naked eye. Microbiology covers several disciplines, including virology (study of viruses), bacteriology (study of bacteria), mycology (study of fungi), and parasitology (study of parasites). Each of these disciplines may include but is not limited to studies of infectious disease-causing microorganisms.
- Duration:3 Years (6 Semesters)
Eligibility for B.Sc. Industrial Microbiology Course
The candidate should have passed, the 10+2 Examination of Punjab School Education Board or any other examination recognized or equivalent there to with Medical or Non-Medical subjects.
BSc in Microbiology Study Programme
Chemistry, Cell Biology, Fundamentals of Microbiology, Biochemistry, Microbial Physiology, Metabolism & Genetics, Food & Industrial Microbiology, Environmental Microbiology, Microbial Technology, Bio-statistics, Bioinformatics, Entrepreneurship Development, English, Punjabi, Environmental Education, Tissue Culture.
Job Opportunities After BSc Microbiology Courses
A microbiologist finds openings in the following sectors: Pharma Sector: To study the microbes, evaluating antibiotics and developing vaccines by fermentation. Food/Fermentation Industry: to maintain the quality of food products and prevent their spoilage by Microorganisms. In Agro Industry: To develop Biofertilizers and Bio pesticides. Environmental Industry: To impart consultancy to the industries for setting up/operation & maintenance of ETPs. Research & Development/Teaching : To conduct research in private/government establishments and impart teaching at the UG/PG level. The Microbiologist get placed in companies/industries organization as Biomedical scientists, Mycologists, Protozoologists, Biochemist, Biotechnologist, Analysts, Microbiologists, Cell Biologists, Geneticists, Immunologists, Parasitologists Science Writer, Teachers & Virologists. Microbiologist can work in wide areas of Laboratories, Private Hospitals, Research Organizations, Pharmaceutical Industries, Food Industry, Beverage Industry, Chemical Industries, Environmental Agencies & Agriculture Departments.