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Feb 14, 2019
Category: General
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The admission portal will be open for registration of students (who had not applied earlier) from 14-Feb till 28-Feb 2019, for admission to PhD program based on interview. Number of seats available in this round of admission is One, in the specialization area of "Recombinant Protein Expression, Bioprocess Optimization". For details, visit PhD admission page of Department here

Feb 8, 2019
Category: General
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The puzzle for Feb 2019 was created by Jatin Chadha and Lavanya Khullar (both MSc Student). The competition was held on 08-Feb-2019 after the Journal club and Work presentations. The student participants were required to fill the answers on the spot in 30 minutes. And the winners are- First: Rashmi Singh (20/22), Second: Mohini Talwar(17/22). More here

Feb 4, 2019
Category: General
Posted by: admin

Department intends to purchase two 'Duel beam UV-VIS Spectrophotometer'. The details for the same may be downloaded here.  The corrigendum to notice for purchase of Deep Freezer may be downloaded here.

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Nov 6, 2018

Diwali celebrations in Department


Students, Teachers and Staff of Department celebrated Deepawali on 05th Nov this year. Details and pictures are here. Gallery here.

Category: General
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Summary report by Aparajita Sen (M.Sc.)

AparajitaDeepawali is one of the most awaited festivals of Indians. It is a festival of lights, wherein the whole country illuminated with billions of diyas and candles, symbolizing the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Thus to shake off all ignorance, our Department celebrated Deepwali Diwas this year, a day before Chhoti Diwali. All students dressed up in their best traditional clothes. All the labs were decorated with rangolis made by the students. The various patterns of rangoli colors and flower petals were enough to mesmerize even the toughest critics!

The teachers and staff members were invited to ignite the first couple of deeyas, and the rest are lighted by the students.  Rows of candles and deeyas dissipate any remnant darkness, and instill a sense of joy and completeness in the Department. The day concluded by dancing and exchanging sweets and good wishes.

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