“Biotechnology Engineering” is an emerging discipline of engineering which is a combined education of engineering and biology for research & development.
In other logical words, Biotechnology = Biology + Technology,
When we use the technology to understand, study, and research & development the Bio-organism, micro-organism, living cell functions and related subjects, we need to have a sound knowledge of technology and biology.
Biotechnology Engineering is the best course to equip a student for this field.
Biotechnology Engineering is a combination of engineering, chemistry, genetics, bio-chemistry and microbiology.
Biotechnology Engineering applies in the field of animal husbandry, agriculture, energy production and conservation, pollution control, disease research, eco-conservation, and research and development of medicines, vaccines, fertilizers and insecticides.
“Biotechnology Engineering is a part of engineering that involves the technology and biological science for development in the field of medical, agriculture, security and bio-research”.
The credit for the development of the “Antibiotics” goes to the biotechnology.
Brewing was the earlier application of the biotechnology. The great biologist Louis Pasteur had discovered the fermentation in 1857 and that was the first step in the field of biotechnology.
Biotechnology Engineering is an emerging and demanding field of engineering & technology.
In the course curriculum of Biotechnology Engineering, the students will get to use the engineering expertise to solve the problems and analyses in medicine and biology, agriculture and research, and development of vaccines.
For doing Biotechnology Engineering, you need to have the mathematics, chemistry, biology in 10+2 standard.
After completion of UG degree the students are designated as the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology, depending on the University.
A bachelor degree usually covers the mathematics, biology, chemistry and computer.
You can choose the Biotechnology Engineering, once you have completed your 10 or 10+2 examination with mathematics and science.
Beside these, it is a growing discipline in research fields leading to the PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)degree.
For entering in PG (M.Tech/M.E/M.S) programme, B.Tech in Biotechnology Engineering is must.
India has the best environment to advantage the research programme in the field of Biotechnology Engineering due to various climatically conditions, long coastal line and largest biodiversity.
The subjects that are involved in biotechnology are Mathematics, Applied Sciences, Computer Applications, Engineering, Genetics and Agriculture.
Biotechnology Engineering has expanded in various specializations as the following.
Students are admitted in undergraduate and postgraduate engineering courses in the field of biotechnology through entrance exam. The entrance exams are conducted at national level, state level and University level.
For admission to B.Tech/B.E. courses, you have to apply for JEE Main which is the national level entrance exam and conducted by CBSE. Admission into IITs & NITs is done through JEE Advanced which is the second stage of JEE Main. Besides this, the other popular entrance exams are AP EAMCET, TS EAMCET, VITEEE, KCET and many more.
Those wishing to take admission in M.Tech/M.E. courses are required to apply for GATE. It is the perfect gateway for admission to IITs and NITs for pursuing postgraduate engineering courses.
Here, we are listing some best colleges for pursuing biotechnology engineering:
Here are some reputed firms which require the Biotechnology engineers whenever (Biotechnology Recruiters):
The top recommended books in the field of Electronics and communication Engineering are as the following:
57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopic and Density Functional Theory (DFT) Study on the Interactions of the Metal Ion with Monosaccharides
Yassin Jeilani, Beatriz H. Cardelino and Natarajan Ravi
In Vivo Imaging: New Research
Rick Hough and Jared Camarillo
Advanced Biologically Active Polyfunctional Compounds and Composites: Health, Cultural Heritage and Environmental Protection
Nodar Lekishvili, Gennady Zaikov, Bob Howell
Advances in Biotechnology: A Practical Approach
Harish Kumar Dhingra, P.N. Jha and P. Bajpai
Advances in Membrane Science and Technology
Agricultural Biotechnology: An Economic Perspective
Caswell, Margriet F. ; Fuglie, Keith O. ; Klotz, Cassandra A.
Bacteria in Environmental Biotechnology: The Malaysian Case Study-Analysis, Waste Utilization and Wastewater Remediation
Wan Azlina Ahmad, Zainoha Zakaria and Zainul Akmar Zakariab
Bioactive Compounds: Types, Biological Activities and Health Effects
Ahmed Bitterlich and Sahar Fischl
Biocatalytic Technology and Nanotechnology
Zaikov, G. E.
Bioceramics: Properties, Preparation and Applications
Wolffe Kossler and Jacob Fuchs
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