DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

PROFILE OF THE DEPARTMENT

Head of the Department: Mr. Madhamanchi Pradeep, Mail ID: mpsep15@gmail.com

HISTORY & EVOLUTION OF DEPARTMENT

Department of Biotechnology was established in 1999 to enable to run UGC Sponsored Vocational Course in Biotechnology vide No. F-4/28/99-disk-V.E of the undersecretary F.DUGC Dated 26-06-99. Since then it was coordinated by Department of Botany, with single contract faculty till 2012. Later Commissionerate of Collegiate Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh has appointed a regular faculty during 2011 and sanctioned one more post to the department in 2013. Consequently the department became full pledged with well-equipped laboratories, infrastructure facilities and it is unique in north costal Andhra Pradesh. The UG programme offering by the department is B. Sc Biotechnology in association with Zoology & Chemistry departments (BtZC). The faculty members are actively involving in the teaching with research activities & supported with several extramural grants by UGC, DBT etc. The department regularly conducts seminars, workshops and orientation programmes to motivate students & faculty towards applied sciences, improve practical skills and enhances employability as well. In addition to this the faculty of the departments offer coaching and guidance to the higher studies, consequently significant number of students from the department secures all India ranks and pursuing masters in prestigious institutions like HCU, JNU, BHU, PCU and other Central universities of all over India. Many of our previous students of the Department have cleared CSIR, UGC, ICMR, DBT Junior research fellowships and National Eligibility Tests and settled in Research and teaching professions.

VISION

The vision of our department is “To be recognized as an academic department of national reputation and offer most-sought after courses in Biology”

MISSION

The department possess passionate, experienced and student friendly faculty members that are committed to helping our student customers succeed

OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To introduce advanced and interdisciplinary science courses in UG level
  • To teach advanced biology courses that facilitates better understanding of the classical sciences for translational research
  • To understand the classical sciences importance for the life sciences advancement
  • To motivate more number of students towards higher education and research
  • To develop entrepreneur and employability skills among the UG students
  • To promote collaborations and MOUs with industries and Academies

DEPARTMENTAL HEADS SUCCESSION LIST

S. No Name of the Head Time Period
1 Dr. D.V.V. Satyanarayana Murty, HoD, Department of Botany, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 1999 – 2001
2 Sri B. Jagannadha Rao, HoD, Department of Botany, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 2001 – 2003
3 Dr. B.V.A. Rama Rao Naidu, HoD, Department of Botany, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 2003 – 2004
4 Sri K. Lakshmana Murty, HoD, Department of Botany, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 2004 – 2006
5 Sri S. Visweswara Rao, HoD, Department of Botany, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 2006 – 2008
6 Dr. N.S.N. Swamy, HoD, Department of Botany, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 2008 – 2012
7 Mr. M. Pradeep, HoD, Department of Biotechnology, GDC (Men), Srikakulam 2012 – Till Date

 

UG COURSES OFFERED

  1. Conventional Courses: Nil
  2. Restructured Courses: B. Sc Biotechnology in Combination with Zoology & Chemistry

PG COURSES OFFERED: Nil

STUDENTS STRENGTH

Academic Year 2018- 2019:

 

S. No

 

Subject

Student Strength  

TOTAL

Male Female
1 1st Biotechnology 11 09 20
2 2nd Biotechnology 08 07 15
3 3rd  Biotechnology 13 11 24
Total Strength 32 27 59

Academic Year 2017- 2018:

 

S. No

 

Subject

Student Strength  

TOTAL

Male Female
1 1st Biotechnology 08 07 15
2 2nd Biotechnology 13 11 24
3 3rd  Biotechnology 15 12 28
Total Strength 36 30 66

Academic Year 2016- 2017:

 

S. No

 

Subject

Student Strength  

TOTAL

Male Female
1 1st Biotechnology 13 11 24
2 2nd Biotechnology 15 12 27
3 3rd  Biotechnology 09 08 17
Total Strength 37 31 68

LIST OF ENROLLMENTS CATEGORY WISE

Year SC ST BC Others Total
2018-19 10 02 46 01 59
2017-18 11 01 51 03 66
2016-17 10 03 53 02 68

 

FACILITIES AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT

Books in the Departmental Library:

  • Books for U.G Students                                              :  35
  • PG Entrance Books                                                 :  15
  • Complementary copies and personal books                : 100

Computers in the labs:

  • Computers with Internet Facility:              :  02
  • Printers:                                                                     :  01
  • LCD Projectors:                                                   :  01

Major Laboratory Equipments:

S. No. Name of the Equipment Quantity Utility
01 AUTO CLAVE 02 Sterilization of Heat Labile Components like Nutrient Media, Plastic Wares etc.
02 HOT AIR OVEN 01 Sterilization of Heat Resistant materials like Glass wares
03 DIGITAL ELECTONIC BALANCE 01 To weigh the components up to 0.01mg of required chemicals and other substances
04 COLORIMETER 02 To determine the concentrations of the Biomolecules basing on light absorption
05 CENTRIFUGE

(5000 RPM)

03 To separate different cell organelles and components from mixture using on Centrifugal force
06 BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE 04 To study various microorganisms
07 REFRIGIRATOR 01 To store the chemicals and enzymes at low temperatures
08 MICROPIPETTIS 06 To measure and take the solution in small & accurate volumes
09 BIOVISUAL CHARTS 06 Used as mono dimensional teaching aid
10 CHROMATOGRAPHY CHAMBER 03 To separate different chemicals, amino acids and etc from crude sample
11 WET AND DRY BULB THERMOMETER 02 To know the temperatures in both the wet and dry conditions
12 LAMINOR AIR FLOW CHAMBER 01 For inoculation of Ex plant and Bacteria under ascetic conditions
13 BACTERIAL INCUBATOR 01 Incubation of Bacterial cultures under suitable conditions
14 UV-Visible Spectrophoto Meter 01 Estimation of Absorbance spectrum of Bio Molecules and Nucleic Acid
15 SHKER WITH INCUBATOR 01 Disaggregation of plant tissue and isolation of cells
16 AGAROSE GEL ELECTROPHORESIS 01 To Separate Nucleic Acids
17 VERTICAL GEL ELECTROPHORESIS 01 To separate Proteins
18 PCR MACHINE 01 To amplify DNA/RNA
19 TISSUE CULTURE RACK 01 For the development of plant lets from Explant
20 THIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY 02 To separate Bio molecules
21 IMMUNO ELCTROPHOROSIS 02 To separate Plasma Proteins
22 VORTEX MIXTURE 02 To mix the solution
23 SEROLOGICAL WATER BATH 03 For Boiling and Heating the Analytical Solutions
24 HOT PLATES 01 For heat the solution
25 MAGNETIC STERAR 01 To mix & solubilize the compounds present in solution
26 DISTELE WATER PURIFIER 01 To prepare distilled water
27 pH METER 02 To Check the Ph of a given solutions
28 ANAEROBIC BACTERIA CULTURE JAR 01 To culture the Anaerobic Bacteria

 

 

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FACULTY PROFILE

 

SNO PHOTO NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EMAIL-ID PROFILE
1. Madhamanchi Pradeep

 

M. Sc, JRF-NET HoD & Lecturer in Biotechnology mpsep15@gmail.com
click here
2. Smt. Kandula Rekha M. Sc, M. Tech Lecturer in Biotechnology rekhabiotech2000@gmail.com click here

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

ODD SEMESTER TIME TABLE

 

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III (P) II (P)
THURSDAY III (T) I (T), III (T) III (P)
FRIDAY I (P) I (T) I (T)
III (T) II (T)
SATURDAY III (P) II (T)

 

T = Theory; P = Practical

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

EVEN SEMESTER TIME TABLE

 

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TUESDAY III (P) III (T) III (T), II (T) III (T)
WEDNESDAY II (T) II (T) III (T) I (T), III (T) I (T), III (T)
III (P) II (P)
THURSDAY III (T) I (T), III (T) III (T) III (P)
FRIDAY I (P) I (T) I (T)
III (T) III (T), II (T) III (T) III (P)
SATURDAY III (T) II (T)

 

T = Theory; P = Practical

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

ACTION PLAN

 

In addition to the Regular Curriculum, the following activities undertaken by the Biotechnology Department of the College.

 

Time Period Academic Activity
June to July Communication Skills in association with English Department
Week Ends Computer Coaching in association with JKC (Jawahar Knowledge Center) of the College
October or March (Before semester end exams) Field Trips
September or February Months Seminars & Workshops
April to June Summer Projects & Skill Development Courses
Daily 1hour for 3rd Year Students PG Entrance Coaching
1st Year Students in the month of July Orientation & Remedial Classes
September & October Months Mid Exams
Last weeks of October & February Semester end Practical Exams
November & March Semester End Exams

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

UNIVERSITY TOPPERS LIST

 

Academic Year 2017-18

S. No Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
01 1500147024 Thota Sravani III BtZC Biotechnology 9.3 First
02 1600147014 Ippili Gayatri II BtZC Biotechnology 9.2 First
03 1700147008 P. Hemanth Kumar I BtZC Biotechnology 8.4 First

 

Academic Year 2016-17

S. No Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
01 1400147012 N. Bharathi III BtZC Biotechnology 9.2 First
02 1500147024 Thota Sravani II BtZC Biotechnology 9.1 First
03 1600147014 Ippili Gayatri I BtZC Biotechnology 9.4 First

 

Academic Year 2015-16

S. No Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
01 1300147002 Manda Prasanthi III BtZC Biotechnology 9.4 First
02 1400147012 N. Bharathi II BtZC Biotechnology 8.9 First
03 1500147024 Thota Sravani I BtZC Biotechnology 9.2 First

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

FINAL YEAR UNIVERSITY RESULTS

 

 

S. No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
01 2017-18 24 23 96%
02 2016-17 23 23 100%
03 2015-16 18 17 95%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

INTERNET FACILITY ‘e’ LEARNING

 

S. No Paper/Subject URL
1  

 

 

Micro Biology

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microbiology
2 www.britannica.com/science/microbiology
3 www.homeobook.com/microbiology-powerpoint.
4 www.powershow.com/view/1555fc-ZWNmY/Introduction
5 www.slideshare.net/sarah_jumali/1-introduction
6 ·         www.free- power-point -templates.com
7 absa.org/pdf/ABSAGeneralMicrobiologyFactSheets.pdf
8  

 

 

 

Cell Biology

in.zapmetasearch.com/Molecular Biology Of Cell
9 search.gmx.net/Basics of cell biology/Save your time
10 in.downloadsearch.cnet.com/Cell Biology Education/Fast
11 www.slideshare.net/jking540/cell-biology-ppt
12 www.powershow.com/view/…/Cell_Biology_powerpoint_ppt.
13 www.worldofteaching.com/cellbiologypowerpoints.html
14 poweredtemplate.com/powerpoint-templates/cell
15  

 

 

 

Biochemistry

allmedicalstuff.com/download-harpers-illustrated
16 allmedicalstuff.com/download-lippincott
17 library.usmf.md:8080/…/740/1/Biochemistry_Lectures.pdf
18 ·         books.google.co.in: Medical › Biochemistry
19 medicforyou.in/satyanarayana-ebook-download-free-pdf
20 www.slideshare.net/BiologyIB/biochemistry-powerpoint
21 www.powershow.com/…/presentations/ppt/biochemistry
22  

 

 

Biophysics

www.easybiologyclass.com/biophysics-ppt-free.
23 www.powershow.com/…/Biophysics_powerpoint_ppt_presentation
24 physics.drexel.edu/~brigita/COURSES/BIOPHYS_2011-2012/.
25 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biophysics
26 www.authorstream.com/…introduction-to-biophysics
27 www.slideshare.net/drrittu/biophysics
28  

 

 

 

Immunology

www.slideshare.net/…/basic-immunology-19337163
29 www.powershow.com/…/presentations/ppt/immunology
30 www.powershow.com/view/10187e-MjQ4M/Basic
31 www.easybiologyclass.com/immunology-ppt-free
32 www.authorstream.com/…1361236-introduction-to-immunology
33 www.about.com/on immunology
34 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immunology
35  

 

Genetics

www.slideshare.net/samiurrehmankhan/genetics-ppt.
36 www.iteachbio.com/Life Science/Genetics
37 www.cs.technion.ac.il/…/cs236633/tutorials/Tutorial01.ppt
38 www.easybiologyclass.com/introduction
39 www.genome.gov/pages/education/modules/basics
40 www.easybiologyclass.com/introduction
41  

 

 

Molecular Biology

www.slideshare.net/doctorrao/molecular-biology
42 www.easybiologyclass.com/molecular-biology-ppt
43 www.esp.org/mol-bio.pdf
44 www.docslides.com/…/cell-and-molecular-biology
45 www.easybiologyclass.com/tag/molecular-biology-ppt
46 www.slideshare.net/salhas/introduction-to
47 www.powershow.com/view/3b6347-MDMxN/ADVANCED_MOLECULAR
48  

 

Recombinant DNA Technology

www.powershow.com/view/1b0403-MWExM/Recombinant_DNA.
49 www.authorstream.com/Presentation/mritunjaymtj-1389017
50 www.docslides.com/…/recombinant-dna-technology
51 www.powershow.com/view/134e3a-NGYzM/Recombinant_DNA
52 www.slideshare.net/bharathpharmacist/recombinant.
53 index.about.com/dna technology
54  

 

Plant Biotechnology

www.authorstream.com/…introduction-plant-biotechnology
55 www.authorstream.com/Presentation/…plant-biotechnology
56 www.slideshare.net/AmithReddy2/transgenic-plants
57 www.powershow.com/view/12e7f8-ZDkyN/Benefits_of_Plant
58 NPTEL:Biotechnology-Plant: Biotechnologynptel.ac.in/courses/102103016
59  

 

 

Animal Biotechnology

in.downloadsearch.cnet.com/Animal Biotechnology Ppt/Fast
60 www.powershow.com/…/Animal_Biotechnology_powerpoint_ppt
61 www.authorstream.com/Presentation/…animal-biotechnology
62 www.slideserve.com/mari/animal-biotechnology
63

Applications of Biotechnology Techniques | Animal

www.nap.edu/read/10418/chapte

64 comparativegenomics.illinois.edu/sites/default/files
65  

 

Industrial Biotechnology

www.slideshare.net/melamoon/applications-of
66

Industrial Biotechnology – ppt download – slideplayer.com

slideplayer.com/slide/4831652

67 www.powershow.com/view/3bd7eb-MDY4M/Industrial
68 www.docslides.com/…/industrial-biotechnology
69 www.slideserve.com/ashtyn/industrial-biotechnology
70  

Medical Biotechnology

www.slideshare.net/aiswaryababunaishu/.
71 www.powershow.com/view/3bc910-YjVkO/Medical
72 www.powershow.com/view1/81502-ZDc1Z/Medical
73 www.xpowerpoint.com/ppt/medical-biotechnology.html
74  

 

Marine Biotechnology

nopr.niscair.res.in/bitstream/123456789/7759/1/IJBT 5.
75 www.slideshare.net/…/8-marine-biotechnology
76 site.iugaza.edu.ps/elnabris/files/2010/02/4
77 www.docslides.com/…/marine-biotechnology-lab
78 www.marinebiotech.eu/sites/marinebiotech.eu/files/public/.
79  

 

Environmental Biotechnology

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_biotechnology
80 link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-60327-140.
81 www.biotechonweb.com/environmental-biotechnology.html
82 www.authorstream.com/Presentation/Teodora-42297
83 www.slideshare.net/…/environment-biotechnology
84 www.researchgate.net/publication/262291390..
85  

 

Biostatistics

www.xpowerpoint.com/ppt/biostatistics-lecture.
86 www.slideshare.net/Medresearch/biostatistics
87 www.powershow.com/view/…/Biostatistics_powerpoint_ppt.
88 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biostatistics
89  

 

 

Bioinformatics

www.slideshare.net/JTADrexel/bioinformatics-2512758
90 www.authorstream.com/Presentation/…bioinformatics-ppt
91 www.powershow.com/view/22fd-NDZlN/Introduction
92 iasri.res.in/ebook/CAFT sd/Concepts of Bioinformatics.pdf
93 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bioinformatics
94 bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/mbb452a/intro
95  

 

Bioenergetics

www.powershow.com/view/1008d3-ZGUxM/
96 encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Bioenergetics
97 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bioenergetics
98 www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bioenergetics
99 www.slideshare.net/mohammadajunaid/bioenergetics

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The DTH Channels shall cover the following:

a).Higher Education: Curriculum-based course contents at post-graduate and under-graduate level covering diverse disciplines such as arts, science, commerce, performing arts, social sciences and humanities, engineering, technology, law, medicine, agriculture, etc. All courses would be certification-ready in their detailed offering through SWAYAM, the platform being developed for offering MOOCs courses.
b).School education (9-12 levels): modules for teacher’s training as well as teaching and learning aids for children of India to help them understand the subjects better and also help them in preparing for competitive examinations for admissions to professional degree programmes.

c).Curriculum-based courses that can meet the needs of life-long learners of Indian citizens in India and abroad.

d).Assist students (class 11th & 12th) prepare for competitive exams.

 

 

 

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

BEST & INNOVATIVE PRACTICES

 

BEST PRACTICES

 

  1. Department of Biotechnology, in association with National Service Scheme (NSS) of the college and Rajiv Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS)-Srikakulam regularly conducting Blood Donation Camps and the blood cards given by the RIMS is distributed to the poor and needy people whenever required. This practice was appreciated by Hon’ble District collector & Magistrate of Srikakulam Dr. P. Lakshmi Nrusimham in 2015 on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti (October-2nd). Till now we have donated 300 blood packets and helped around ~ 500 poor people.

 

Dr. P. Lakshmi Nrusimham, Hon’ble District Collector & Magistrate of Srikakulam appreciating Mr. B. Sai Chanakya, III Biotechnology student for Blood Donation

 

  1. Providing source material on advanced biology topics to Biology student and faculty of other departments & colleges like Botany, Zoology & Microbiology etc.)

 

INNOVATIVE PRACTICES

 

  1. Removal of hardness of water by using Sodium Alginate:

 

Hard water is water that has high mineral content i.e. largely made up of calcium and magnesium carbonates or sulphates & chlorides. The degree of hardness becomes greater as the calcium and magnesium content increases. Soap used in hard water combines with these calcium and magnesium ions to form a sticky soap curd. Bathing with soap in hard water leaves a film of sticky soap curd on the skin.   The film may prevent removal of soil and bacteria. Soap curd interferes with the return of skin to its normal, slightly acid condition and may lead to irritation. Soap curd on hair may make it dull, lifeless and difficult to manage. The water hardness can be removed by chemical methods by using several chemical ion exchangers and polymers. All of them has limitations. Alginate is natural polymer, polysaccharide by nature extracted from cell wall of brown algae. Commercially it available as Sodium alginate powder and act as good ion exchanger. So it can be used for softening of hard water. Upon addition of the Sodium alginate to the hard water, the Na+ ion of the Sodium alginate replaces Ca+2 & Mg+2 ions and reduce water hardness.

 

 

  1. Create awareness & inculcating research culture to the Biology students through Foldscope

 

Foldscope is an ultra-low cost, optical microscope, costs around < Rs.100/- developed by an Indian born scientist Manu Prakash at Stanford university, USA. It was made from a sheet of paper and a single lens coupled with magnetic couplers. Microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, protozoa can be well seen using this foldscope. Foldscope facilitates capturing the observed images through phone and wall projection as well, so that many people can observe at a time.

Foldscope – An optical Paper Microscope

Biotechnology Students creating awareness on using Foldscope as Educational & Research Tool

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

LIST OF SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/GUEST LECTURES ORGANIZED

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18

S. No Name of the Activity Date/s Details of Resource Persons Funding Agency
 

 

1.

 

Indian Academy of Sciences Lecture Workshop on “Advances in Plant & Animal Biotechnology

 

24th& 25th August 2018

1.      Prof. Paturu Kondaiah, IISc-Bengaluru

2.      Prof. D. N. Rao, IISc-Bengaluru

3.      Prof. P.B. Kavi Kishore, Osmania University, Hyderabad

4.      Prof. S. Dayananda, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad

 

Indian Academy of Sciences, Bengaluru

 

 

2.

 

Popular Lecture Series on Biotechnology (Series of Three Lectures)

13th July 2018 1.      Dr. M. Abdul Kareem, IGNOU-New Delhi  

 

DBT-New Delhi

 

04th August 2018

2.      Prof. B. Rajasekhar, University of Hyderabad

3.      Dr. B. Damodara Shenoy, National Institute of Oceanography, Visakhapatnam

 

3.

 

Assembly and Usage of Foldscope

 

28th July 2018

 

1.      Dr. N. Linga Raju, Assam Central University, Assam

 

DBT-New Delhi

 

4.

National seminar entitled  “Opportunities and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Biology  

2nd& 3rd February 2018

1.      Prof. S.C. Lakhotia, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

2.      Dr. S. Uday Bhaskar, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Srikakulam

 

DBT-New Delhi

 

5.

National level workshop entitled“Capacity Building in Molecular Diagnosis”  

22nd – 24th January 2018

1.      Prof. L. S. Shashidhara, IISER-Pune

 

2.      Dr. D. Benet Bosco Dhas, Vignan’s University, Guntur

 

DBT-New Delhi

6. Faculty Development Programme for Zoology on “Advanced Biology” 22nd August 2017 1.      Dr. S. Subbu Tata, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam

2.      Dr. R. Haritha, Visakha Women’s College, Visakhapatnam

 

DRC-Srikakulam

 

7.

National level Workshop entitled“Capacity building in Biology and allied sciences”  

1st – 3rd April 2017

1.      Dr. S. Someswar Rao, Osmania University, Hyderabad

2.      Dr. P. Veerabrahmachari, Krishna University, Machilipatnam

 

UGC-SERO, Hyderabad

 

 

 

8.

 

 

National level Seminar entitled“Genetics and Genome Analysis for novel Therapeutics”

 

 

19th – 21st December 2016

1.      Prof. P. Kondaiah, IISc-Bangalore

2.      Dr. M. Sankara Rao, Botanical Survey of India, Gangtok

3.      Dr. K. Shashivardhan, IICT-Hyderabad

4.      Dr. B.S.A. Raju, National Institute of Pathology, New Delhi

5.      Dr. P. Obul Reddy, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa

6.      Prof. Y.L.N. Murty, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam

 

 

 

DBT-New Delhi

 

9.

Regional level workshop entitled “Capacity Building in Molecular Biology” 26th – 30th September 2016 1.      Dr. S. Uday Shankar Allam, Vikrama Simhapuri University, Nellore  

DBT-New Delhi

 

10.

 

National level Seminar cum Workshop entitled“Uplifting of Society through Biotechnology”

 

5th – 7th November 2015

1.      Prof. P. Prakash Babu, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad

2.      Prof. V. Jayathirtha Rao, IICT-Hyderabad

3.      Dr. A. Haleem Khan, Telangana University, Nizamabad

 

 

DBT-New Delhi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

 

 

COCURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

 

All the Biotechnology students mandatorily involved in the following cocurricular activities every year. Those are

 

  1. Participation into the National & International Seminars/Workshops
  2. Class Room Seminars
  3. Preparation of Research Based Pedagogy Tools
  4. Group Discussions
  5. Quiz& Academic Competitions
  6. Preparation of Study Models
  7. Involved in the Student study projects etc.

 

Biotechnology Students involved in Student Study Project – Water Analysis & Detection of Water hardness

 

Students Preparing Study Models

Biotechnology students attended to a workshop held at GITAM University, Visakhapatnam

 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

 

Every Year Biotechnology students voluntarily involve some extracurricular activities based on the availability of time. Those are

 

  1. Blood Donation Camps
  2. Swatch Bharat (Cleaning Programme)
  3. Vanam Manam (Tree Plantation)
  4. Social Service through National Service Scheme (NSS)

Students Involved in Swatch Bharat Activities

Students involved in Vanam Manam Activities (Plantation)

Uplifting of Society through Biotechnology-DBT national seminar

Prof. Paturu Kondaiah, IISc-Bangalore delivering Lecture on “Genomic Research in Cancer Treatment” on 19th December 2016

Prof. B. Rajasekhar, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad delivering Lecture on “Biostatistics and its Biological Applications” held on 04th August 2018

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Practical Demonstration on PCR

Mr. M. Pradeep, HoD, Department of Biotechnology, Govt. Degree College for Men, Srikakulam creating awareness on Foldscope to the students

Mr. M. Pradeep, Govt. Degree College for Men – Hands on Training during DBT-Regional Workshop held on September 2016

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Emerging Trends in Biology and Biotechnology-souvenir

Dr. S. Someswar Rao, Osmania University, Hyderabad delivering lecture on Computational Biology

Dr. R. Haritha, Lecturer in Biotechnology, Visakha Women’s College, Visakhapatnam delivering Lecture in Faculty Development Programme for Zoology

Dr. P. Lakshmi Nrusimham, District Collector _ Magistrate

Dr. N.L. Raju, Assistant Professor-Assam Central University on the eve of Foldscope Regional Workshop

Dr. M. Abdul Kareem, IGNOU-New Delhi _ Dr. D. Benet Bosco Dhas, Vignan’s University

Dr. B.S.A. Raju, Indian Institute of Pathology-New Delhi interacting with the Students

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