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Post Graduate and Research Department of Biotechnology

 

Biotechnology


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For all queries related to Admission and other details

Dr. M.S. Mohamed Jaabir

Associate Professor,
PG & Research Department of Biotechnology
National College (Autonomous),
Tiruchirapalli – 620 001.
Tamil Nadu, India
+91 9786425226 / +91 9514872917
mohamedjaabir@nct.ac.in


What our Students say?

 

Jesintha X. (MSc Biotechnology, Batch: 2012-2014)

Now: Clinical Research Co-ordinator, Consortium Clinical Resarch Pvt. Ltd., Posted at GVN Hospital, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India.

Practical approach helped me to understand even the most difficult concepts in Biotechnology. We could repeat almost any practical on our own pace if we had difficulty to achieve expected results. Instrumentation skills that I acquired through handling Fermentor, FT-IR, GC-MS, Scanning Electron Microscope gave us so much of confidence in knowing their industrial applications. I remember, learning was all the fun and we spent most of our times in our laboratory. Professors, who taught us, did so with all their practical knowledge in their subjects that made our understanding much easier with practical concurrence. I chose to join Clinical Research Training programme for the opportunity that existed in it and I was offered a job soon after my III semester was over. I consider it as a gift for being in Clinical Research, which I would otherwise not have achieved if not in National College. According to me, nowhere a student in Biotechnology gets so much of opportunities to learn except at National College,Trichy.


Kathiravan V. (MSc Biotechnology, Batch 2012 – 2014)

Now: Biosimilars Division (Mammalian Cell Culture Upstream Processing), Biocon, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Practical approach helped me to understand even the most difficult concepts in Biotechnology. We could repeat almost any practical on our own pace if we had difficulty to achieve expected results. Instrumentation skills that I acquired through handling Fermentor, FT-IR, GC-MS, Scanning Electron Microscope gave us so much of confidence in knowing their industrial applications. I remember, learning was all the fun and we spent most of our times in our laboratory. Professors, who taught us, did so with all their practical knowledge in their subjects that made our understanding much easier with practical concurrence. I chose to join Clinical Research Training programme for the opportunity that existed in it and I was offered a job soon after my III semester was over. I consider it as a gift for being in Clinical Research, which I would otherwise not have achieved if not in National College. According to me, nowhere a student in Biotechnology gets so much of opportunities to learn except at National College,Trichy.


Shamsheerali L. (M.Sc., M.Phil., Biotechnology)

Now: Associate Embryologist, Fertility Centre, Retna Global Hospital, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India.

If there is no practical training in Animal Cell Culture, it is not Biotechnology, I would say. Not many students of Biotechnology even come to know about an opportunity called “Embryologist” or ‘ART’. Am proud to say that am an Associate Embryologist now with all the training that I had through the professors at National College as a student. To get placed in exotic job profiles as am in, I invite students to National College, Trichy. The only place to get trained in GC-MS, FT-IR, HPLC, SEM, Flow Cytometer, AAS besides Fermentation Technology and Animal Cell Culture and Stem Cell Culture Techniques.

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