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Dr. Pavan J Kundur,
M.Sc., Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor
Department of Biotechnology
P C Jabin Science College, Hubballi,
Karnataka, India
Biotechnology & Microbiology
Avenues / Careers
What Next After B.Sc., Biotechnology and Microbiology
Biomedical scientist
Biotechnologist
Clinical research associate
Food technologist
Healthcare scientist,
immunology
Microbiologist
Nanotechnologist
Pharmacologist
Research scientist (life
sciences)
Technical brewer
Water quality scientist
Job options
Jobs directly related to your
degree include:
Jobs where your degree would
be useful include:
Ecologist
Forensic scientist
Marine biologist
Physician associate
Science writer
Typical employers
Microbiology overlaps with other areas of biology
such as genetics, molecular biology and
immunology.
This means there are opportunities for a
microbiology-related career in a wide range of
sectors.
Typical employers include:
•healthcare organizations private hospitals
•public health organizations
•environmental organizations
•industry - food and drink, petroleum,
pharmaceuticals, water and biotechnology
companies
•forensic science laboratories
•publicly funded research organizations
•higher education institutions.
You also develop other more
general skills, including:
teamwork and the ability to work on your own
initiative
a flexible approach to work
problem-solving skills
communication
time management and organizational skills
the ability to evaluate your own performance
and that of others.
Further study
Some graduates go on to further study at Masters
or PhD level in subjects such as:
biochemistry
bioinformatics
biotechnology
environmental microbiology
genetics
medical microbiology
molecular biology.
In some cases this can lead to an academic or
government research career.
What do microbiology graduates do?
Destination Percentage
Employed 49.1
Further study 34.8
Working and studying 6.8
Unemployed 5.1
Other 4.2
Type of work Percentage
Technicians and other
professionals
22.7
Science professionals 19.6
Retail, catering and bar
work
16.2
Business, HR and financial 6
Other 35.5
The following are examples of types of
microbiologists:
Bacteriologists study the growth, development, and other
properties of bacteria, including the positive and negative
effects that bacteria have on plants, animals, and humans.
Clinical microbiologists perform a wide range of clinical
laboratory tests on specimens collected from plants, humans,
and animals to aid in detection of disease. Clinical and
medical microbiologists whose work involves directly
researching human health may be classified as medical
scientists.
Environmental microbiologists study how microorganisms
interact with the environment and each other. They may
study the use of microbes to clean up areas contaminated by
heavy metals or study how microbes could aid crop growth.
Industrial microbiologists study and solve problems related to
industrial production processes. They may examine microbial growth
found in the pipes of a chemical factory, monitor the impact
industrial waste has on the local ecosystem, or oversee the microbial
activities used in cheese production to ensure quality.
Mycologists study the properties of fungi such as yeast and mold.
They also study the ways fungi can be used to benefit society (for
example, in food or the environment) and the risks fungi may pose.
Parasitologists study the life cycle of parasites, the parasite-host
relationship, and how parasites adapt to different environments.
They may investigate the outbreak and control of parasitic diseases
such as malaria.
Public health microbiologists examine specimens to track, control,
and prevent communicable diseases and other health hazards. They
typically provide laboratory services for local health departments
and community health programs.
Virologists study the structure, development, and other properties of
viruses and any effects viruses have on infected organisms.
Many people with a microbiology background become high school
teachers or postsecondary teachers.
Research and development in the
physical, engineering, and life
sciences
26%
Pharmaceutical and medicine
manufacturing
16
Colleges, universities, and professional
schools; state, local, and private
12
Federal government, excluding postal
service
11
State government, excluding
education and hospitals
6
Work Environment for Microbiologists and
Biotechnologists
Few Corporate Jobs and their nature
1. Biocon
It's the dream destination for most Biotechnology
professionals. Ranked among the Top 20 best
Biopharma Employers Globally, Biocon can change
the entire anatomy of one's struggling career!
3. Wockhardt
Another Global Biotechnology Organization
manufacturing high quality therapeutic drugs.
Top Companies YOU may GET JOBS
2. Dr. Reddy's
Another Global Pharma giant! working
on Pharmaceutical Services and Active
Ingredients, Global Generics and
Proprietary Products.
4.Himalaya Drug Company
The products of this company have been a household name
since decades. They work on a variety of products ranging
from Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care, Animal Heath to
Nutrition!
5. Pfizer
Amongst the world's best research based pharma giant, Pfizer
works on discovering, developing, manufacturing, supplying
and consulting in pharmaceuticals.
6. Novozymes
They are one of the globe's major enzyme solution
providers along with other biotechnological
domains.
7. Praj Industries
Praj is an innovation driven Indian green
technology provider with two major thrusts: entire
value chain in Bioethanol and Waste water
treatment. Their innovative fermentation
techniques and expertise has caught the attention
of the industry and research, making them a
sought after company both for job seekers and
outsourcers.
8. SRL Ranbaxy
Not an alien name for any biotechnology
student/professional. They are one of the famous
recruiters of freshers.
9. Cadila Pharmaceuticals
Cadila is a well renowned drug manufacturer in the
country. It looks for experienced professionals
10. Panacea Biotech
A popular research based health
management company, it has various
openings in variety of domains.
11. Bharat Biotech
An enterprise of Dr. Krishna Ella, it's an
emerging healthcare solutions
provider.
12. Yashraj Biotechnology
Another emerging private enterprise,
actively searching for new talents to
hire:
13. Asterazeneca
A subsidiary of HCl and now
collaborated with TCS, Asterazeneca is
a leading pharmaceutical company.
14. Nestle
A household name in entire world. It's a
leading food products manufacturer. A
frequent recruiter of freshers for the post
of Nutrition Officers.
15. Glaxo-Smith-Kline
One of the oldest pharmaceutical
companies in India, GSK is a world
renowned research-based healthcare
and pharmaceutical company.
A. Ajanta Pharma
b. Concord Biotech
c. Claris Life Sciences
d. Danisco-Dupont
e. Amrutanjan
f. Biotron Healthcare
g. Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers &
Chemicals Ltd
h. Shantha Biotech
i. Baxter
j. Emcure Pharma
Bioinformatics has also recently emerged
as one of the most potent job sectors for
Biotechnologists under the light of "Big-
Data" being generated out of
advancements in DNA sequencing and
modelling & simulation techniques. A
Biotechnologist can find a place in top IT
MNCs like TCS, WIPRO, ACCENTURE, IBM,
INFOSYS as well, based on his/her profile in
Bioinformatics
Best Indian Job Portals
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Internship Programes
Khorana Scholars Program
Khorana Scholars Program is probably the most revered and popular summer
internship program, specifically designed for Indo-US students by the
collaborative action of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) US, the
Government of India (DBT), and Indo-US Science and Technology Forum
(IUSSTF), as a dedication to the Noble Laureate late Dr. Hargobind Khorana
(world renowned Genetic Engineer). Every year nearly 30-50 Indian Students
are exchanged with nearly 15-20 US students, for a 2 month Life Sciences
research. The program is fully funded, including the traveling/staying expenses
too! Apart from that, a healthy stipend is paid to the students(depending upon
the institute you get selected into).
Application Starts: October Every Year
Application Ends: November 30 every year
Program Duration: Mid May-Mid July
Eligibility: Indian Scholars enrolled in M.Tech, B.Tech, or M.Sc.programs at any
academic institution in India
Participating US
Institutes/Universities:
a) University of Wisconsin-Madison
b) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
c) University of Iowa
d) University of Michigan
e) Michigan State University
f) University of Minnesota
g) Indiana University - Bloomington
h) Georgetown University
i) Massachusetts Institute of Technology
j) University of Nebraska - Lincoln
2. Laboratory Training Programme @
CNIO
The Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO; Centro Nacional
de Investigaciones Oncológicas) offers summer research program to
undergraduate students of any country in the world for a period of two
months. It covers the travelling (airfare) and meal expenses of the
students during their stay at CNIO. Upto 8-10 students are selected.
Application Starts:[/u] February End Every Year
Application Ends: April every year
Program Duration: Mid June-Mid August
Eligibility: Open to undergraduate students of any nationality who are in
their final two years of studies in the Life Sciences or related subjects
(e.g. Biology, Biomedicine, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Bioinformatics).
3. Summer Research Program @ EPFL
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland is a
leading University of the world, with a highly reputed Life Sciences
research base. Every year EPFL offers summer research program to
the international undergraduate students of Life Sciences. A
financial compensation for living and housing expenses are
provided for all successful candidates, apart from the airfare
expenses too. Upto 25 students are selected every year.
Application Starts: November Every Year
Application Ends: January every year
Program Duration:July-August
Eligibility: Open to undergraduate students enrolled in a degree
program in biology, physics, chemistry, bio-engineering, or
computational sciences and plan on pursuing a career in the life
sciences. Basic Life Sciences backgound is essential.
4. DAAD Research Internships in Science
and Engineering (RISE)
DAAD is a German Academic Exchange Service, which establishes
academic research collaborations of various global
Universities/Research centres with coveted German Universities under
the DAAD authorization. RISE is one of DAAD's various scholarship
based internship opportunities for the Indian Research groups,
laboratories, professors, postdoctoral and PhD students employed by
or affiliated with an accredited academic institution or a non-profit
research institution in India. Scholarships are awarded to the
successful candidates.
Application Starts: October Every Year
Application Ends: November every year
Program Duration:June-October
5. Stanford-India Biodesign Intern
Stanford-India Biodesign is a result of collaborative funding of the Stanford
University and DBT India, in bringing out the Biomedical Engineers and
Designers in India. It is administered in New Delhi as a collaboration between
Stanford University, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and the All India
Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in partnership with the Indo-US Science &
Technology Forum (IUSSTF). A portion of the fellowship is spent at Stanford
University and the remainder in India. The SIB fellows are offered training at
AIIMS (New Delhi) with foreign trips during the training. Fellows receive tuition,
stipend, and international travel support (for trips required for the fellowship.)
Application Starts: March Every Year
Application Ends: June every year
Program Duration:Begins January Every Year for upto 4 months
Eligibility: Open to advanced degree holders (including B.Tech with
experience/related projects) and/or significant work experience. University
faculty are strongly encouraged to apply.
esearch.?
After B.Sc in biotech you can opt for the following courses at ICRI Institute of Clinical
Research
bangalore,
1.M.Sc in Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data
Management
2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
Affiliated to Cranfield University, UK (Foreign University)
Seats: Total - 60
Eligibility
B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology,
Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS.
2.M.Sc in Clinical Research
2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
Affiliated to Cranfield University, UK(Foreign University)
Eligibility
B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology,
Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS.
3.Masters in Health Administration
2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
Affiliated to Cranfield University, UK(Foreign University)
Eligibility
B.Sc., B.com, B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS.
4.M.S. in Clinical Research (MSCR)
2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
Affiliated to Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC),
USA(Foreign University)
Eligibility
B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics,
Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing,
Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS,
BHMS
5.M.S. in Clinical Research (MSCR)
2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
Affiliated to Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC),
USA(Foreign University)
Eligibility
B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics,
Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing,
Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS,
BHMS}
6.Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research
10 Months, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
(Autonomous Program)
Seats: Total - 100
Eligibility
B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology,
Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm,
MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS.
7.PG Diploma in Clinical Research
10 Months, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
(Autonomous Program)
Seats: Total - 100
Eligibility
B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology,
Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm,
MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS.
For more info contact college on below details:
Contact Details of ICRI, Bangalore, Indiranagar, Bangalore
Contact No.: 08043577200, 9
Thank you
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What Next After B.Sc., Biotechnology and Microbiology Avenues / Careers

  • 1. Dr. Pavan J Kundur, M.Sc., Ph.D., Assistant Professor Department of Biotechnology P C Jabin Science College, Hubballi, Karnataka, India Biotechnology & Microbiology Avenues / Careers What Next After B.Sc., Biotechnology and Microbiology
  • 2. Biomedical scientist Biotechnologist Clinical research associate Food technologist Healthcare scientist, immunology Microbiologist Nanotechnologist Pharmacologist Research scientist (life sciences) Technical brewer Water quality scientist Job options Jobs directly related to your degree include:
  • 3. Jobs where your degree would be useful include: Ecologist Forensic scientist Marine biologist Physician associate Science writer
  • 4. Typical employers Microbiology overlaps with other areas of biology such as genetics, molecular biology and immunology. This means there are opportunities for a microbiology-related career in a wide range of sectors. Typical employers include: •healthcare organizations private hospitals •public health organizations •environmental organizations •industry - food and drink, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, water and biotechnology companies •forensic science laboratories •publicly funded research organizations •higher education institutions.
  • 5. You also develop other more general skills, including: teamwork and the ability to work on your own initiative a flexible approach to work problem-solving skills communication time management and organizational skills the ability to evaluate your own performance and that of others.
  • 6. Further study Some graduates go on to further study at Masters or PhD level in subjects such as: biochemistry bioinformatics biotechnology environmental microbiology genetics medical microbiology molecular biology. In some cases this can lead to an academic or government research career.
  • 7. What do microbiology graduates do? Destination Percentage Employed 49.1 Further study 34.8 Working and studying 6.8 Unemployed 5.1 Other 4.2
  • 8. Type of work Percentage Technicians and other professionals 22.7 Science professionals 19.6 Retail, catering and bar work 16.2 Business, HR and financial 6 Other 35.5
  • 9. The following are examples of types of microbiologists: Bacteriologists study the growth, development, and other properties of bacteria, including the positive and negative effects that bacteria have on plants, animals, and humans. Clinical microbiologists perform a wide range of clinical laboratory tests on specimens collected from plants, humans, and animals to aid in detection of disease. Clinical and medical microbiologists whose work involves directly researching human health may be classified as medical scientists. Environmental microbiologists study how microorganisms interact with the environment and each other. They may study the use of microbes to clean up areas contaminated by heavy metals or study how microbes could aid crop growth.
  • 10. Industrial microbiologists study and solve problems related to industrial production processes. They may examine microbial growth found in the pipes of a chemical factory, monitor the impact industrial waste has on the local ecosystem, or oversee the microbial activities used in cheese production to ensure quality. Mycologists study the properties of fungi such as yeast and mold. They also study the ways fungi can be used to benefit society (for example, in food or the environment) and the risks fungi may pose. Parasitologists study the life cycle of parasites, the parasite-host relationship, and how parasites adapt to different environments. They may investigate the outbreak and control of parasitic diseases such as malaria. Public health microbiologists examine specimens to track, control, and prevent communicable diseases and other health hazards. They typically provide laboratory services for local health departments and community health programs. Virologists study the structure, development, and other properties of viruses and any effects viruses have on infected organisms. Many people with a microbiology background become high school teachers or postsecondary teachers.
  • 11. Research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences 26% Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing 16 Colleges, universities, and professional schools; state, local, and private 12 Federal government, excluding postal service 11 State government, excluding education and hospitals 6 Work Environment for Microbiologists and Biotechnologists
  • 12. Few Corporate Jobs and their nature
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  • 21. 1. Biocon It's the dream destination for most Biotechnology professionals. Ranked among the Top 20 best Biopharma Employers Globally, Biocon can change the entire anatomy of one's struggling career! 3. Wockhardt Another Global Biotechnology Organization manufacturing high quality therapeutic drugs. Top Companies YOU may GET JOBS 2. Dr. Reddy's Another Global Pharma giant! working on Pharmaceutical Services and Active Ingredients, Global Generics and Proprietary Products.
  • 22. 4.Himalaya Drug Company The products of this company have been a household name since decades. They work on a variety of products ranging from Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care, Animal Heath to Nutrition! 5. Pfizer Amongst the world's best research based pharma giant, Pfizer works on discovering, developing, manufacturing, supplying and consulting in pharmaceuticals.
  • 23. 6. Novozymes They are one of the globe's major enzyme solution providers along with other biotechnological domains. 7. Praj Industries Praj is an innovation driven Indian green technology provider with two major thrusts: entire value chain in Bioethanol and Waste water treatment. Their innovative fermentation techniques and expertise has caught the attention of the industry and research, making them a sought after company both for job seekers and outsourcers. 8. SRL Ranbaxy Not an alien name for any biotechnology student/professional. They are one of the famous recruiters of freshers. 9. Cadila Pharmaceuticals Cadila is a well renowned drug manufacturer in the country. It looks for experienced professionals
  • 24. 10. Panacea Biotech A popular research based health management company, it has various openings in variety of domains. 11. Bharat Biotech An enterprise of Dr. Krishna Ella, it's an emerging healthcare solutions provider. 12. Yashraj Biotechnology Another emerging private enterprise, actively searching for new talents to hire:
  • 25. 13. Asterazeneca A subsidiary of HCl and now collaborated with TCS, Asterazeneca is a leading pharmaceutical company. 14. Nestle A household name in entire world. It's a leading food products manufacturer. A frequent recruiter of freshers for the post of Nutrition Officers. 15. Glaxo-Smith-Kline One of the oldest pharmaceutical companies in India, GSK is a world renowned research-based healthcare and pharmaceutical company.
  • 26. A. Ajanta Pharma b. Concord Biotech c. Claris Life Sciences d. Danisco-Dupont e. Amrutanjan f. Biotron Healthcare g. Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd h. Shantha Biotech i. Baxter j. Emcure Pharma
  • 27. Bioinformatics has also recently emerged as one of the most potent job sectors for Biotechnologists under the light of "Big- Data" being generated out of advancements in DNA sequencing and modelling & simulation techniques. A Biotechnologist can find a place in top IT MNCs like TCS, WIPRO, ACCENTURE, IBM, INFOSYS as well, based on his/her profile in Bioinformatics
  • 28. Best Indian Job Portals Theindiajobs.com. Theindiajobs.com is emerging job portal with a vision to provide an excellent platform to both job seekers and the employers. ... Naukri. ... Monster. ... TimesJobs. ... Naukrihub. ... Careerjet. ... CareerAge. ... ClickJobs.
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  • 31. Khorana Scholars Program Khorana Scholars Program is probably the most revered and popular summer internship program, specifically designed for Indo-US students by the collaborative action of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) US, the Government of India (DBT), and Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF), as a dedication to the Noble Laureate late Dr. Hargobind Khorana (world renowned Genetic Engineer). Every year nearly 30-50 Indian Students are exchanged with nearly 15-20 US students, for a 2 month Life Sciences research. The program is fully funded, including the traveling/staying expenses too! Apart from that, a healthy stipend is paid to the students(depending upon the institute you get selected into). Application Starts: October Every Year Application Ends: November 30 every year Program Duration: Mid May-Mid July Eligibility: Indian Scholars enrolled in M.Tech, B.Tech, or M.Sc.programs at any academic institution in India
  • 32. Participating US Institutes/Universities: a) University of Wisconsin-Madison b) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign c) University of Iowa d) University of Michigan e) Michigan State University f) University of Minnesota g) Indiana University - Bloomington h) Georgetown University i) Massachusetts Institute of Technology j) University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • 33. 2. Laboratory Training Programme @ CNIO The Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO; Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas) offers summer research program to undergraduate students of any country in the world for a period of two months. It covers the travelling (airfare) and meal expenses of the students during their stay at CNIO. Upto 8-10 students are selected. Application Starts:[/u] February End Every Year Application Ends: April every year Program Duration: Mid June-Mid August Eligibility: Open to undergraduate students of any nationality who are in their final two years of studies in the Life Sciences or related subjects (e.g. Biology, Biomedicine, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Bioinformatics).
  • 34. 3. Summer Research Program @ EPFL Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland is a leading University of the world, with a highly reputed Life Sciences research base. Every year EPFL offers summer research program to the international undergraduate students of Life Sciences. A financial compensation for living and housing expenses are provided for all successful candidates, apart from the airfare expenses too. Upto 25 students are selected every year. Application Starts: November Every Year Application Ends: January every year Program Duration:July-August Eligibility: Open to undergraduate students enrolled in a degree program in biology, physics, chemistry, bio-engineering, or computational sciences and plan on pursuing a career in the life sciences. Basic Life Sciences backgound is essential.
  • 35. 4. DAAD Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) DAAD is a German Academic Exchange Service, which establishes academic research collaborations of various global Universities/Research centres with coveted German Universities under the DAAD authorization. RISE is one of DAAD's various scholarship based internship opportunities for the Indian Research groups, laboratories, professors, postdoctoral and PhD students employed by or affiliated with an accredited academic institution or a non-profit research institution in India. Scholarships are awarded to the successful candidates. Application Starts: October Every Year Application Ends: November every year Program Duration:June-October
  • 36. 5. Stanford-India Biodesign Intern Stanford-India Biodesign is a result of collaborative funding of the Stanford University and DBT India, in bringing out the Biomedical Engineers and Designers in India. It is administered in New Delhi as a collaboration between Stanford University, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in partnership with the Indo-US Science & Technology Forum (IUSSTF). A portion of the fellowship is spent at Stanford University and the remainder in India. The SIB fellows are offered training at AIIMS (New Delhi) with foreign trips during the training. Fellows receive tuition, stipend, and international travel support (for trips required for the fellowship.) Application Starts: March Every Year Application Ends: June every year Program Duration:Begins January Every Year for upto 4 months Eligibility: Open to advanced degree holders (including B.Tech with experience/related projects) and/or significant work experience. University faculty are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • 38. After B.Sc in biotech you can opt for the following courses at ICRI Institute of Clinical Research bangalore, 1.M.Sc in Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data Management 2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree Affiliated to Cranfield University, UK (Foreign University) Seats: Total - 60 Eligibility B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS. 2.M.Sc in Clinical Research 2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree Affiliated to Cranfield University, UK(Foreign University) Eligibility B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS. 3.Masters in Health Administration 2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree Affiliated to Cranfield University, UK(Foreign University) Eligibility B.Sc., B.com, B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS.
  • 39. 4.M.S. in Clinical Research (MSCR) 2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree Affiliated to Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), USA(Foreign University) Eligibility B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS 5.M.S. in Clinical Research (MSCR) 2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree Affiliated to Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), USA(Foreign University) Eligibility B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS}
  • 40. 6.Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research 10 Months, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree (Autonomous Program) Seats: Total - 100 Eligibility B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS. 7.PG Diploma in Clinical Research 10 Months, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree (Autonomous Program) Seats: Total - 100 Eligibility B.Sc. in Lifesciences (Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Nursing, Biochemistry), B.Pharm, M.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS. For more info contact college on below details: Contact Details of ICRI, Bangalore, Indiranagar, Bangalore Contact No.: 08043577200, 9 Thank you
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