INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
The purpose of this course is to help students organize ideas, material and objectives for their dissertation and to begin development of communication skills and to prepare the students to present their topic of research and explain its importance to their fellow classmates and teachers.
The objectives of this course are to prepare the students to adapt to the research environment and understand how projects are executed in a research laboratory. It will also enable students to learn practical aspects of research and train students in the art of analysis and thesis writing.
The objectives of this course are to educate students about the
fundamental concepts of bioprocess technology and its related
applications, thus preparing them to meet the challenges of the new and
emerging areas of biotechnology industry.
The aim of this course is to provide practical training in bioinformatic methods including accessing major public sequence databases, use of different computational tools to find sequences, analysis of protein and nucleic acid sequences by various software packages
Intellectual property is becoming an important aspect of life of performing intellectuals as global ports of knowledge sharing are expanding in unprecedented manner. Therefore, understanding different dimensions of intellectual property and rights becomes very important from the viewpoint of globalization, and biotechnology field can not be an exception. This course will provide students a general idea of intellectual property rights and relevant national and international organizations and laws.
Research and business belong together and both are needed. In a rapidly developing life science industry, there is an urgent need for people who combine business knowledge with the understanding of science & technology. Bio-entrepreneurship, an interdisciplinary course, revolves around the central theme of how to manage and develop life science companies and projects. The objectives of this course are to teach students about concepts of entrepreneurship including identifying a winning business opportunity, gathering funding and launching a business, growing and nurturing the organization and harvesting the rewards.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Students should be able to gain entrepreneurial skills, understand the various operations involved in venture creation, identify scope for entrepreneurship in biosciences and utilize the schemes promoted through knowledge centres and various agencies. The knowledge pertaining to management should also help students to be able to build up a strong network within the industry.
This is a one credit course for which the students are requested to present a recent research publication (not before January 2020) with a decent impact factor in their field of interest. It can be broadly related to their dissertation projects but should not be directly related to it. The presentation will be for a duration of 20 mins with 10 minutes discussion (question/answer session).