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Mar 13, 2019
Category: General
Posted by: admin

Applications are invited for temporary post of JRF and Lab attendant in a DBT funded project. Last date for application is 13-Apr-2019. The details regarding qualifications, emoluments and application process may be downloaded here.

Mar 8, 2019
Category: General
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Title: "Screening for host factors and neutralizing mAbs for respiratory virus infections". Date and Time: March 11, 2019 (Monday) at 11AM. Venue: Seminar Room in Department of Microbiology (1st Floor of Bachhawat Block). This talk will be focused on using unbiased discovery approaches to identify human host factors required for hantavirus entry and neutralizing monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

Mar 6, 2019
Category: General
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The interviews for admission to PhD Microbiology will be held on 14th March 2019 at 10AM. The schedule for the same may be downloaded here. Candidates are requested to carefully read the instructions given in the schedule. Number of seats available in this round of admission is One, in the specialization area of "Recombinant Protein Expression, Bioprocess Optimization". 

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Work Presentation

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by Varshni Sharma (Ph.D. Scholar)

The ongoing research work in the Department of Microbiology varies from dealing with large scale industrial processes to examining molecular microbiology. We have labs that deal in Industrial Microbiology, Microbial Pathogenicity, DNA replication and Chromatin Biology, and Tumor Virology. When we have such diverse work going on under the same umbrella, discussions of our ongoing work on a common platform gives us a wider perspective of research. During one of the student-faculty interactive sessions, it was decided that the students present their work by rotation once a month before the whole department. This was in consideration of the fact that this will not only give the student an opportunity to present his/her research, but also encourage an open discussion on it. It has proven to be very beneficial to students as it gives the presenter different views of his/her research, and new ideas for experiments which he/she can carry out in a timely manner. During this, the students also learn about critically analyzing data, thinking out of the box and designing new experiments, troubleshooting each other’s experiments, using different techniques, and various work ethics like setting up different controls with experiments etc. The students also get to know about research being carried out in the different labs  the Department, broadening their knowledge base in Microbiology.    

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 The schedule for Work Presentations for year 2019-20 is here:

 

Name

Date

1.

Shilpa Mohanty

09-Aug-2019

2.

Sharad Gaur 13-Sep-2019

3.

Ashish Singh

18-Oct-2019

4.

Vishal Dashora

15-Nov-2019

 5.

 Kuldeep Saini 13-Dec-2019
 6.

 Amuliya Kashyap

10-Jan-2020
 7.

 Yash Chaudhary

14-Feb-2020
     
     
     
     

 

 

 
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