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“Make one goal of the life-think of it, dream of it an live on that goal. Let the brain, muscles, nerves and every part of your body be en- grossed in it. This will lead to the success and satisfaction in life” Er. Bhikhubhai B. Patel MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMEN Education is said to be the medium of transmis- It is our commitment and we pledge to con- sion of culture and civilization. New Vallabh tinuously endeavor to set higher standards in Vidyanagar of today seems like the fulfillment biotechnology education. We sincerely of Sardar Patel’s vision of new India. We are the believe that the students with their innovative inheritors of the dreams of Shri Bhaikaka and idea contribute positively for technical Shri H M Patel and wish to steer New advancement and be in vanguard of the next Vidyanagar in to center of excellence in the generation. Sustained efforts would be made field of education. CVM has been able to fulfill to create such an environment, wherein stu- at another dream into the form of (ARIBAS) dents can exhibit their extraordinary talent Ashok and Rita Patel Institute of Integrated and be rewarded. We resolve to promote Study and Research in Biotechnology and creativity, discipline and entrepreneurial skill Allied Science where quality education is being amongst our students. imparted at post graduate and doctorate level. It is needless to say that promotion of technical I would like to end with the words of Albert education is a noble cause which ultimately Einstein, who once said, “ Imagination is more contributed to the well being of the society. important than knowledge for while knowledge defines all we currently know and According to Amos Bronson Alcott, a reformer, understand, imagination points to all we teacher and philosopher, “Observation more might at discover and create”,. than book, experience more than persons, are the prime educators”. While academic My best wishes to each one of your for future excellence at par of global standards is our endeavors. major thrust, the institute is also dedicated to act as a facilitator for students not only to Er. Bhikhubhai B. Patel pursue academic excellence but also motivate Chairman, and empower them to be life long learners, Charutar Vidya Mandal critical thinkers and socially relevant and competent to be a responsibility in all walks of life. In the words of John Dewey, “education is not preparation for life; education is life itself”. Page 1
“The revolution due to the biotechnology blessed us with the unpredicted advances in human and animal health, agriculture and food production, manufacturing and sustainable environmental management” Dr. Nilanjan Roy MESSAGE FROM THE HEAD One can not pray for easy life but can strive to themselves and trying out new ideas, taking be equipped and be capable enough to face failure and success in their stride, with all their the inevitable challenging future. To equip the energies focused on honest and purposeful students with the right tools to face those effort. The performance of the student has challenging scenarios, we have specially de- been consistent and satisfactory. It is very signed curriculum along with team of com- gratifying to note that our students are being mendable and experienced teachers who be- well placed in several industries across the na- lieve in experiment based pedagogic tech- tion, and many students have succeed in ac- niques. Our faculty members play a pivotal quiring admission in PhD program at reputed role in providing personalized attention to stu- institutes/ Universities of India and abroad. I dents. The teachers in their role as mentor heartily congratulate our students and faculty and counselor help students to nurture their for having brought such laurels to the institute. talents and overcome short comings by pro- I am confident that ARIBAS will always be a viding appropriate education. The ARIBAS beacon of light, guiding the destiny of its team holds strong faith inwards of Anthony J. students and radiating kindness and D’Angelo, “ develop a passion for learning. If compassion as it soars high in its pursuit of you do, you will never cease to grow.” It is only academic excellence and in the fulfillment of through the invaluable support and guidance the institute motto: “Accomplishing Robust of our Hon. Chairman (CVM), “Charutar Ingenuity Blooming with Aspiration and Ratna”, Dr. C L Patel and ceaseless dedication Success.” Irrespective of native and social and commitment of each member of ARIBAS background each student will feel comfortable family, that New Vallabh Vidyanagar could be in this diverse multicultural background. I curved out where education at par of global believe with your cooperation and zeal, we standards is being imparted. We are consis- shall be able to provide quality education tently striving hard to provide holistic and stu- along with personality development, which will dent centric environment to our student to prove to memorable and worthwhile gain knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes and experience for you. I welcome you to ARIBAS believes essential not only for a successful life where you will experience difference in but also for a modest livelihood. We help stu- education and innovation. I am sure that day dent to tap their hidden potential by exposing will come when you will also believe that them to diverse opportunities in large number ARIBAS was the stepping stone to you success of curricular and co-curricular and extra- and aspiration. curricular activities. In addition to this, student Nilanjan Roy are trained to learn more by doing things by Director, ARIBAS
VISION ARIBAS aspires to be a global landmark of intellectual excellence. It embodies the passion for research and quality education at undergraduate, post-graduate and doctorate level in the field of applied sciences. It adopts a comprehensive approach to create resourceful and conducive environment for students to acquire discerning skills pertinent for the pursuit of knowledge integrity and freedom. MISSION Established in 21st century, ARIBAS infuses the strengths of the experiential learning with re- search centered spirit, its principle aim is to earn peer and public appreciation and fulfill the academic, economic and professional expectations of state, national and international commu- nities. ARIBAS aspires to become a world class institute by tapping human potential from all sections of the society towards excellence and building human resource, men and women with strong character and competence capable of being leaders of tomorrow and solving problems arising out of fast changing realities, global and local. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES To foster erudite minds and generate opportunities to flourish them. To be open to express and exchange of ideas where new horizons of discoveries can be accomplished. To develop student's competency to think creatively, critically and objectively with core and inter- disciplinary excellence. To gain solemn public esteem unsurpassed by any other institute. To serve the mankind with effective instructional, research and outreach programs.
The Making In post independence era India was burdened ated discovery process by looking at many with numerous diseases and needed solution biological processes simultaneously. Advances quickly. The Indian patents act, introduced in in computational power, algorithms, and 1970, boosted Indian pharmaceutical busi- modern database mining techniques are ac- ness. According to the patent act of 1970, celerating the discovery of science even more. process patents (patenting the process used New powerful techniques to study large num- to make a particular drug formulation), but ber of genes and proteins ‘at a time’ are get- not product patents (patenting the product ting more and more sophisticated. New itself) were recognized. This reform made new strategies in Genomics and Proteomics are drugs available cheaply and promoted import emerging to identify the role of specific genes substitution by encouraging local firms to in causing and counteracting diseases. To make drugs by developing their own proc- counteract the duel advancement; WTO and esses, followed by bulk drug production. Since modern era drug discovery, major Indian 1970 till 2005 most efficient pharmaceutical pharmaceutical companies have started their industries in the world was build in our coun- own drug target and drug discovery program try manufacturing high-quality medicines at with a handful of scientists trained abroad. affordable prices to masses. But in early 1995 Demand for research facilities and trained the rules of the game for pharmaceutical in- workforce in of modern drug biology war- dustry had changed, as India has committed ranted heavily. To tackle the problem Scien- to follow the WTO guidelines on product pat- tific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister ent. Product patent rules and exclusive mar- (SAC-PM) under the Chairmanship of Prof. keting rights (EMR) under the WTO created a C.N.R. Rao, recommended creation of five paradigm shift in India's pharma majors. As a new institutions devoted to science edu- developing country, India had a 10-year tran- cation and research to be named “Indian Insti- sitional period for giving full patent protection tutes of Science Education and Research for pharmaceutical and agro-chemical prod- (IISER)” broadly on the lines of Indian Institute ucts, which expired in 2005. Given the back- of Science (IISc), Bangalore. drop of the momentous prospective changes The vision of these institutes encompasses after 2005, uncertainty loomed over the pros- creation of research centers of the highest pects of the 23,000 players of Indian pharma- caliber in which teaching and education in ba- ceutical industry. Moreover, techniques sic sciences will be totally integrated with evolved in the post genomic era have acceler- state-of-the-art research.
These Institutions are devoted to integrated Gujarat with financial outlay of around 100 teaching in sciences in an intellectually vibrant million Indian rupees. Ashok & Rita Patel, atmosphere of research and make education USA generously donated 33 million rupees for and career in basic sciences more attractive by the project and Ashok & Rita Patel Institute of providing opportunities in integrative teaching Integrated Study & Research in Biotechnology and learning of sciences. & Allied Sciences (ARIBAS) was established in Based on the recommendation of SAC-PM, five June, 2005. ARIBAS the self-financed educa- Indian Institutes of Science Education and Re- tional institution, affiliated to Sardar Patel search (IISERs), and two National Institute of University, Vidya Nagar recognized as the first Science Education and Research (NISER) insti- institute providing M. Sc. (Integrated) Biotech- tutes were created by the Government of In- nology course in Gujarat. dia, through the Ministry of Human Resource Why Integrated: Development (MHRD), under The National In- In the last couple of decades, the field of life stitutes of Technology Bill. Five IISER sciences has undergone revolutionary changes have been established strategically across in data acquisition technology. Genome se- the country (North, South, East West and mid- quencing methods changed radically; similarly, dle) namely IISER Mohali in Punjab, IISER the field of molecular biology became more Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, IISER Kolkata mathematics driven. A salient trait of these in West Bengal, IISER Pune in Maharashtra advances is the increased need for statistical and IISER Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh with fi- and mathematical modeling along with nancial outlay of around 5 billion Indian rupees computational methods. Scientific in- each. Two NISERs administered by the De- struments are now, by orders of magnitude, partment of Atomic Energy, are also estab- more sensitive, more specific, and more pow- lished in Bhubaneswar and Mumbai erful. The amounts of data collected and for slightly higher outlay of 8 billion Indian ru- processed by these new generation instru- pees each. Era of integrated Biology in India ments have increased dramatically, rendering started. insufficient the traditional methods of statisti- Under this backdrop of changing National edu- cal data analysis. Integration of Chemistry, cational scenario Charutar Ratan Dr. CL Patel, Physics, mathematics and statistics and com- Chairman of Charutar Vidya Mandal (CVM) puter algorithm with biotechnology became contributed in national dream of integrated need of the day. Integrated life sciences/ study of Biology. Institute of Integrated Study biotechnology syllabus of IISER, NISER/ARIBAS & Research in Biotechnology & Allied is design to cater the need of modern biol- Sciences was initiated in New Vidyanagar ogy.
Eligibility For Admission Selection Procedure On the basis of merit Fee Structure M. Sc. Integrated Biotechnology course semester I to semester VI is Rs. 30,000 and semes- ter VII to semester XI is Rs. 37,500. M. Sc. (Microbiology/Biotechnology/Pharmaceutical Chemistry/Genetics/Forensic Science) is Rs. 37,45000 per semester. Fees for hostel accommodation, gymkhana and PDP as per University rules Points to Ponder Lateral entry or exit after three years is not permitted in Integrated Biotechnology course. Candidate is eligible for M. Sc. Integrated Biotechnology degree only after completion of five years (10 semesters). Based on merit, specialization courses (Medical/Industrial/General/Environmental Biotech- nology) will be offered after six semester in M. Sc. Integrated biotechnology . All students have to undertake dissertation in their last semester at ARIBAS Students failing in securing minimum passing marks in internal examination will not be per- mitted to appear (NPTA) in University examination Students failing in half of their total theory examination will not be allowed to keep terms (ATKT) in subsequent semesters
Rules and Regulations 1. Admission to M. Sc. Integrated Biotechnology program will be given on the basis of XII stan- dard results. Admission to M.Sc. (Biotechnology/Microbiology/Genetics/Pharmaceutical Chemistry will be given on the basis of T.Y.B.Sc. results. 2. Candidates getting admission to M. Sc. Integrated Biotechnology or M.Sc. (Biotechnology/ Microbiology/Genetics/Pharmaceutical Chemistry/Forensic Science) will have to pay full fees for the first year at the time of admission. 3. Candidates admitted, (who have passed their Higher Secondary Certificate Examination from Gujarat Secondary Education Board) will have to obtain necessary enrollment certifi- cate from Sardar Patel University in due course through the Institute. 4. The other candidates have to produce provisional Eligibility Certificate at the time of sub- mitting the application form and Final Eligibility Certificate within a month after admission. 5. All admissions are subject to confirmation by Sardar Patel University. The students admitted to the course will have to abide by the rules and regulation laid down by the Institute and the University relating to attendance, class work, assignments, test performance etc. failing of which they will not be allowed to appear in the University examination. 6. Once admitted, students will have to attend the classes regularly. Students with short at- tendance will lead to cancellation of admission. 7. Student is supposed to take note of all the relavant information, rules and regulations of the course before the fees are paid. 8. Fee does not include any tax. Student must pay taxes as and when applicable. 9. Once paid, fees and other relevant charges are not refundable under any circumstances, except caution money. 10. Fees are not refundable in case of (a) Provisionally admitted student who fail to produce final eligibility certificate (b) Students whose terms are not granted by the University (c) IF student discontinues study or changes the place of stay/domicile.
Rules and Regulations 11. For refund of caution money, student have to apply on a plain paper along with original fee receipt, Identity card, library card and no due certificate from lab, store and library. 12. Students are granted admission considering they will complete the respective courses. Can- cellation on any ground or circumstances needs approval from Chairman, Charutar Vidya Mandal (CVM). 13. Hostel is compulsory for the first year students beyond radius of 25 kms. It is mandatory for the hostelites to take their meals in hostel mess wherever it is available. 14. Hostelites must inform the rector if they are bringing any two wheeler. Use and parking of two wheeler will be at student’s risk. 15. In curriculum, courses approved by Charutar Vidya Mandal and University will only be of- fered. 16. Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited as per government rules. The director and CVM is authorized to take disciplinary action against students caught using mobile phone. 17. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited. As per guidelines to UGC by Supreme Court Letter F.1-8/2006 (CPP-II) dated 4th March 2008, ‘if any incidence of ragging comes into the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his/her expla- nation is not satisfactory, the authority would expel the student from the institution’.
M. Sc. Integrated Biotechnology Course Content (I to VI Semester) I Semester IV Semester PS01CIGB21 : Chemistry of Life PS04CIGB21: Plant Tissue Culture PS01CIGB22 : Practical PS04CIGB22: Practical PS01CIGB23 : Plant and Animal Sciences PS04CIGB23: Animal Cell Culture (For Group A) PS04CIGB24: Practical Biomathematics PS04CIGB25: Gene Expression and Regulation For group B) PS04CIGB26: Practical PS01CIGB24 : Practical PS04CIGB27: Developmental Biology PS01CIGB25 : Microbiology PS04CIGB28: Practicals PS01CIGB26 : Practical PS04AIGB21: Bioinstrumentation PS01AIGB21 : English I (Soft Skill Communication) PS04SIGB21: Entrepreneurship Development PS01SIGB21 : Fundamentals of Laboratory Practices V Semester II Semester PS05CIGB21: Immunology PS02CIGB21: Cell Biology PS05CIGB22: Practical PS02CIGB22: Practical PS05CIGB23: Genetics - I PS02CIGB23: Biochemistry PS05CIGB24: Practical PS02CIGB24: Practical PS05CIGB25: Genetic Engineering - I PS02CIGB25: Biophysics PS05CIGB26: Practical PS02CIGB26: Practical PS05CIGB27: Fermentation Technology PS02AIGB21: English II (Soft Skill Communication) PS05CIGB28: Practicals PS02SIGB21: Environmental Sciences VI Semester III Semester PS06CIGB21: Enzymology PS03CIGB21: Plant Physiology PS06CIGB22: Practical PS03CIGB22: Practical PS06CIGB23: Genetics - II PS03CIGB23: Animal Physiology PS06CIGB24: Practical PS03CIGB24: Practical PS06CIGB25: Genetic Engineering - II PS03CIGB25: Gene Organization, Replication and PS06CIGB26: Practical Repair PS06CIGB27: Biostatistics PS03CIGB26: Practical PS06CIGB28: Practicals PS03AIGB21: Virology PS03SIGB21: Computer in Biology
COURSE CONTENT (VII to X Semester) GENERAL BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY VII Semester VII Semester PS07CIGGB1: Ecology and Toxicology PS07CIGIB1: Plant Tissue Culture Technology PS07CIGGB2: Cell Biology and Cell signaling PS07CIGIB2: Animal Tissue Culture Technology PS07CIGGB3: Plant Biotechnology PS07CIGIB3: Plant Biotechnology PS07CIGGB4: Advanced Molecular Biology PS07CIGIB4: Advanced Molecular Biology PS07CIGGB5: Lab I PS07CIGIB5: Lab I PS07CIGGB6:Lab II PS07CIGIB6:Lab II PS07CIGGB7:Viva voce PS07CIGIB7:Viva voce VIII Semester VIII Semester PS08CIGGB1: Applied Environmental Biotechnology PS08CIGIB1: Applied Environmental Biotechnology PS08CIGGB2: Bioprocess Engineering and Technology PS08CIGIB2: Biotechnology of fermentation and PS08CIGGB3:'O'-mics Biotransformation-I PS08CIGGB4: Animal Biotechnology PS08CIGIB3:'O'-mics PS08CIGGB5: Lab I PS08CIGIB4: Biodegradation and Bioremediation PS08CIGGB6:Lab II PS08CIGIB5: Lab I PS08CIGGB7:Viva voce PS08CIGIB6:Lab II PS08CIGIB7:Viva voce IX Semester IX Semester PS09CIGGB1: Genetics of Mammalian Development PS09CIGIB1: Biofertilizer and Biopesticides PS09CIGGB2: Food Biotechnology PS09CIGIB2: Waste Management PS09CIGGB3: Metabolic Engineering PS09CIGIB3: Metabolic Engineering PS09CIGGB4: Immunotechnology PS09CIGIB4: Biotechnology of fermentation and PS09CIGGB5: Lab I Biotransformation-II PS09CIGGB6:Lab II PS09CIGIB5: Lab I PS09CIGGB7:Viva voce PS09CIGIB6:Lab II PS09CIGIB7:Viva voce X semester X semester PS10CIGGB1: Microbial Genetics PS10CIGIB1: Biopharmaceuticals and PS10CIGGB2: Regenerative Medicine Biotherapeutics PS10CIGGB3: Nanobiotechnology and Applications PS10CIGIB2: Downstream Processing PS10CIGGB4: Biosafety, Bioethics & IPR PS10CIGIB3: Nanobiotechnology and Applications PS10CIGGB5: Lab I PS10CIGIB4: Biosafety, Bioethics & IPR PS10CIGGB6:Lab II PS10CIGIB5: Lab I PS10CIGGB7:Viva voce PS10CIGIB6:Lab II
COURSE CONTENT (VII to X Semester) ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY VII Semester VII Semester PS07CIGEB1: Environmental Chemistry PS07CIGMB1: Regulation of Metabolic Pathways PS07CIGEB2: Ecology and Biodiversity PS07CIGMB2: Molecular Diagnostic Techniques PS07CIGEB3: Environmental Microbiology PS07CIGMB3: Clinical Biochemistry PS07CIGEB4: Advanced Molecular Biology PS07CIGMB4: Advanced Molecular Biology PS07CIGEB5: Lab I PS07CIGMB5: Lab I PS07CIGEB6:Lab II PS07CIGMB6:Lab II PS07CIGEB7:Viva voce PS07CIGMB7:Viva voce VIII Semester VIII Semester PS08CIGEB1: Applied Environmental Biotechnology PS08CIGMB1: Medical Microbiology PS08CIGEB2: Environmental Management PS08CIGMB2: Molecular Medicine-I PS08CIGEB3: Environmental Toxicology PS08CIGMB3:'O'-mics PS08CIGEB4: Biodegradation and Bioremediation PS08CIGMB4: Essentials of Pharmacology PS08CIGEB5: Lab I PS08CIGMB5: Lab I PS08CIGEB6:Lab II PS08CIGMB6:Lab II PS08CIGEB7:Viva voce PS08CIGMB7:Viva voce IX Semester IX Semester PS09CIGEB1: Green Biotechnology PS09CIGMB1: Genetics of Mammalian PS09CIGEB2: Waste Management Development PS09CIGEB3: Metabolic Engineering PS09CIGMB2: ADME and Toxicology PS09CIGEB4: Environmental Issues, Impact and PS09CIGMB3: Metabolic Engineering Assessment PS09CIGMB4: Immunotechnology PS09CIGEB5: Lab I PS09CIGMB5: Lab I PS09CIGEB6:Lab II PS09CIGMB6:Lab II PS09CIGEB7:Viva voce PS09CIGMB7:Viva voce X semester X semester PS10CIGEB1: Environment Conservation and PS10CIGMB1: Human Genetics Sustainable Development PS10CIGMB2: Regenerative Medicines PS10CIGEB2: Biorenewable Energy Resources PS10CIGMB3: Drug Design and Development PS10CIGEB3: Environmental Engineering PS10CIGMB4: Biosafety, Bioethics & IPR PS10CIGEB4: Biosafety, Bioethics & IPR PS10CIGMB5: Lab I PS10CIGEB5: Lab I PS10CIGMB6:Lab II PS10CIGEB6:Lab II PS10CIGIB7:Viva voce PS10CIGEB7:Viva voce
M. Sc. Biotechnology Course Content (I to IV Semester) I Semester III Semester PS01CBIT21 : Molecular biology PS03CBIT21 : Microbial Biotechnology PS01CBIT22 : Bioinstrumentation PS03CBIT22 : Genetic Engineering PS01CBIT23 : Cell biology PS03CBIT23 : Enzymology PS01EBIT21 : Biochemistry PS03EBIT21 : Advanced Immunology PS01CBIT24 : Practical Based on PS03EBIT24 : Practical Based on PS01CBIT21 and PS01CBIT22 PS03CBIT21and PS03CBIT22 PS01CBIT05 : Practical Based on PS03CBIT05 : Practical Based on PS01CBIT23 and PS01EBIT21 PS03CBIT23and PS03EBIT21 II Semester IV Semester PS02CBIT21 : Bioprocess and Biochemical PS04CBIT21 : Animal Plant Biotechnology Engineering PS04CBIT22 : Environmental Biotechnology PS02CBIT22 : Microbial Genetics PS04CBIT23 : Practical Based on PS02CBIT23 : Fundamentals of Immunology PS04CBIT21and PS04CBIT22 PS02EBIT21 : Biostatistics PS04EBIT22 : Dissertation PS02CBIT24 : Practical Based on PS02CBIT21 and PS02CBIT22 PS02CBIT25 : Practical Based on PS02CBIT23 and PS02EBIT21
M. Sc. Microbiology Course Content (I to IV Semester) I Semester III Semester PS01CMIC21 : Molecular Biology PS03CMIC21: Microbial Biotechnology PS01CMIC22 : Bioinstrumentation PS03CMIC22: Environmental Microbiology PS01CMIC23 : Cell biology PS03CMIC23: Enzymology PS01EMIC21 : Biochemistry PS03EMIC21 : Advanced Immunology PS01CMIC24 : Practical Based on PS03CMIC24: Practical Based on PS01CMIC21 and PS01CMIC22 PS03CMIC21and PS03CMIC22 PS01CMIC25 : Practical Based on PS03CMIC25: Practical Based on PS01CMIC23 and PS01EMIC21 PS03CMIC23and PS03EMIC21 II Semester IV Semester PS02CMIC21: Bioprocess and Biochemical PS04CMIC21: r-DNA Technology Engineering PS04CMIC22: Environmental Biotechnology PS02CMIC22: Microbial Genetics PS04CMIC23: Practical Based on PS02CMIC23: Fundamentals of Immunology PS04CMIC21and PS04CMIC22 PS02EMIC21 : Biostatistics PS04EMIC22 : Dissertation PS02CMIC24: Practical Based on PS02CMIC21 and PS02CMIC22 PS02CMIC05: Practical Based on PS02CMIC23 and PS02EMIC21
M. Sc. Genetics Course Content (I to IV Semester) I Semester III Semester PS01CGEN21 : Molecular Biology PS03CGEN21 : Genetics of Mammalian PS01CGEN22 : Bioinstrumentation Development PS01CGEN23 : Cell Biology PS03CGEN22 : Human Molecular Genetics PS01EGEN21 : Biochemistry PS03CGEN23 : Genetics in Crop Improvement PS01CGEN24 : Practical Based on PS03EGEN21 : Advanced Immunology PS01CGEN21 and PS01CGEN22 PS03CGEN24 : Practical Based on PS01CGEN25 : Practical Based on PS03CGEN21 and PS03CGEN22 PS01CGEN23 and PS01EGEN21 PS03CGEN25 : Practical Based on PS01CGEN26 : Viva-Voce PS03CGEN23 and PS03EGEN21 II Semester IV Semester PS02CGEN21 : Cytogenetic PS04CGEN21 : r-DNA Technology PS02CGEN22 : Microbial Genetics PS04CGEN22 : Animal Genetics and Genetic PS02CGEN23 : Fundamentals of Immunology Counseling PS02EGEN21 : Biostatistics PS04CGEN23 : Practical Based on PS02CGEN24 : Practical Based on PS04CGEN21and PS04CGEN22 PS02CGEN21 and PS02CGEN22 PS04EGEN22 : Dissertation PS02CGEN25 : Practical of PS02CGEN23 and PS02EGEN21 PS02CGEN26: Viva - voce
M. Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Course Content (I to IV Semester) I Semester III Semester PS01CPCH21 : Chemistry of Life PS03CPCH21 : Drug Design and Development PS01CPCH22 : Organic Chemistry I PS03CPCH22 : Pharmaceutical Formation, PS01CPCH23 : Chemistry of Natural Product I Development & Bio Pharmaceutics PS01EPCH21 : Biophysical Chemistry PS03CPCH23 : Spectroscopy PS01CPCH24 : Practical Based on PS03EPCH21 : General Pharmacology PS01CPCH21 and PS01CPCH22 PS03CPCH24 : Practical Based on PS01CPCH25 : Practical Based on PS03CPCH21 and PS03CPCH22 PS01CPCH23 and PS01EPCH21 PS03CPCH25 : Practical Based on PS01CPCH26 : Viva - voce PS03CPCH23 and PS03EPCH21 PS03CPCH26 : Viva - voce II Semester IV Semester PS02CPCH21 : Organic Chemistry II PS04CPCH21 : Novel Drug Delivery PS02CPCH22 : Medicinal chemistry PS04CPCH22 : Validation and cGMP PS02CPCH23 : Modern Analytical Techniques PS04CPCH23 : Quality Assurance of PS02EPCH21 : Chemistry of Natural Product II Pharmaceuticals PS02CPCH24 : Practical Based on PS04EPCH21 : Advance Pharmaceutical PS02CPCH21 and PS02CPCH22 Chemistry PS02CPCH25 : Practical Based on PS04CPCH25 : Dissertation PS02CPCH23and PS02EPCH21 PS04CPCH06 : Viva - voce PS02CPCH26 : Viva - voce
M. Sc. Forensic Science Course Content (I to IV Semester) I Semester III Semester PS01CFSC21 : General Forensic Science PS03CFSC21 : Forensic Physics PS01CFSC22 : Instrumental Methods - Physical PS03CFSC22 : Forensic Toxicology, PS01CFSC23 : Instrumental Methods- Biological Forensic Phar macology PS01EFSC21 : Biostatistics and Forensic Serology PS01CFSC24 : Practical Based on PS03CFSC23 : Forensic Medicine PS01CFSC21 and PS01CFSC22 PS03EFSC21 : Teaching & Research Aptitude & PS01CFSC25 : Practical Based on Quality Management PS01CFSC23 and PS01EFSC21 PS03CFSC24 : Practical Based on PS01CFSC26 : Viva-Voce PS03CFSC21 and PS03CFSC22 PS03CFSC25 : Practical Based on PS03CFSC23 and PS03EFSC21 PS03CFSC26 : Viva-Voce II Semester IV Semester PS02CFSC21 : Fingerprints And Law PS04CFSC01 : Questioned Document (Criminal Justice System) PS04CFSC02 : Forensic Biology And DNA Profiling PS02CFSC22 : Forensic Chemistry PS04CFSC03 : Practical Work PS02CFSC23 : Forensic Ballistics PS04CFSC04 : Dissertation Work PS02EFSC21 : Preventive Forensic PS02CFSC24 : Practical Based on PS02CFSC21 and PS02CFSC22 PS02CFSC25 : Practical Based on PS02CFSC23 and PS02EFSC21 PS02CFSC26 : Viva-Voce
INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING Three storied building devided into six units covering 17,781.15 Sq. Mt area 14 class rooms, 22 state-of-the-art laboratories, 6 seminar rooms, auditorium, 2 ex- amination halls, boys room, girls room, canteen, sports room LIBRARY 460 Sq. Mt. area Adequate number of books, scientific journals and magazines E-resources comprising of >3000 e journals and >75,000 e books Computers for students to access the e-resources. COMPUTER AND INTERNET 113 computers of latest configuration Separate laboratory for bioinformatics Separate computer room for internet access LAN facility through out the institute 24 X 7 Wi-Fi facility SPORTS Sports room for indoor games Sports ground for out door games Well qualified sports teacher Organization of zonal, regional, state and national level sports events
Instrument Facility at ARIBAS ARIBAS has well equipped state-of-the-art laboratories with all routine lab equipments (pH me- ter, balance, colorimeter, compound microscopes, autoclave, distillery, incubator, shaker, elec- trophoresis, centrifuge, etc….). In addition to this, the institute has below mentioned sophisti- cated instruments for research purpose: PCR machines Real time PCR UV-VIS spectrophotometer Nano Drop Spectrophotometer Lab Scale Fermenter Gel Documentation System Research Microscope with Image analyzer Microplate Reader Lyophilizer 2-D Electrophoresis Probe Sonicator CO2 Incubator Gas Chromatography HPLC
MSc INTEGRATED BIOTECHNOLOGY Dr. Bhakti Bajpai Dr. Kinnari Mistry Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. Ph. D, JRF-NET Ph. D. Biotechnology 19 yrs Biochemistry 12 yrs Dr. Swati Narolkar Dr. K. Ishnava Dr. D. Rana Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Ph. D. Ph. D. Ph. D, JRF-NET Microbiology 12 yrs Botany 11 yrs Zoology 12 yrs Dr. Sanjay Lal Dr. S. Chovatia Ms. Nisha Daxini Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Teaching Asst. Ph. D, NET-LS Ph. D. M. phil Biotechnology 10 yrs Zoology 07 yrs Botany 12 yrs Dr. Dipika Patel Dr. Rajnikant Patel Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Ph. D. M. P. Ed., Ph. D. Physics 6 yrs Sports 8 yrs
M. Sc. Biotechnology Dr. Mukund Thakur Dr. Arif Khan Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Ph. D. Ph. D, NET-LS Biotechnology 10 yrs Biotechnology 09 yrs M. Sc. Microbiology M. Sc. Genetics Dr. Shilpa Gupte Mr. Snehal Ingale Dr. J. B. Chauhan Dr. Sunil Khristi Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asst. Prof. Ph. D. NET-LS Ph. D. Ph. D. Microbiology 20 yrs Microbiology 12 yrs Biochemistry 20 yrs Biotechnology 12 yrs M. Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Dr. Ritu Dixit Dr. Arunabh Mishra Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Ph. D. Ph. D. Chemistry 12 yrs Physical Chemistry 12 yrs FACULTY PROFILE http://scholar.google.co.in/citations?hl=en&view_op=search_authors&mauthors=ARIBAS
Glimpses of ARIBAS 2017-18) ARIBAS has been selected as center for con- Scholarship: ducting Crash course of CSIR-NET and this ARIBAS helps students in getting financial assis- event was financially supported by Gujarat State tance by making them aware about different Biotechnology Mission (GSBTM), Gandhinagar government scholarships available and doing under PG-BT-CBC scheme. This year CSIR-NET the necessary official procedure. The total crash course is conducted two times, in May amount received by ARIBAS students as scholar- and December. ship/fellowship under different categories in Dissertation: 2017-18 is Rs. 29,33,000/-. This year 84 students underwent dissertation in house dissertation . Type of Scholarship Amount (Rs.) Competitive examination: Post-metric Scholarships Students are always motivated for various com- For ST students 7,10,000/- petitive examinations. Many students appeared For SC students 3,40,000/- for NET examination. This year Yamini Raval, For OBC students 1,00,000/- Swar Christian, Aaryana Singh, Shirley Dixit, Minority 30,000/- Union Territory (Daman & Diu) 1,50,000/- Akansha Rawat, Anunay Sinha, Pankaj Sharma. Indira Gandhi Single Girl Child 1,68,000/- Research: Ph. D. Fellowship 05 Students are pursuing PhD. 24 papers have INSPIRE fellowship (02 students) 7,39,000/- been published by10 research scholars in Na- tional/ International journals. Five Research Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship (RGNF) 6,96,000/- st nd Scholars won 1 (Ruby, Unisha, Jainik) and 2 Total 29,33,000/- (Mili and Mansi) Prizes for best research paper presentation in National and International con- ferences/ seminars. 21 faculties have been rec- ognized for guiding PhD students in various dis- ciplines. Research proposals have been submit- ted to various funding agencies for financial support. Faculties are actively involved in re- search and publications, More then 54 publica- tion were made this year. Can viewed on (http://scholar.google.co.in/citations?hl=en&view_op=search_authors&mauthors=ARIBAS).
Student’s Clubs NSS Club More than 100 student volunteers have registered for NSS and performed various activities like: Tree plantation, Thalasemia Check up, health check up and blood donation. NSS annual camp conducted during 10th to 16th February, 2018 at Gana village. Various activities like hypertension survey, Swachhta Abhiyan, Exhibition for Vyasan Mukti, Tobacco, health and Menstrual hygiene awareness were carried out by volunteers. Red Ribbon Club ARIBAS had organized a Blood Donation Camp on 14 th July 2017. Fourty (40) units of blood col- lected. Blood sample of 47 students were collected for Thalassemia screening by Indian Red Cross Society on 8th September, 2017. scientifiq day has been celebrated on 10 th Jan. 2018 Jointly with Community Science Center, Vidyanagar and Scintifiq club SWAN Club Organizes various activities with a motto to spread awareness about nature in students. Activity carried out during year Two days nature camp at KODADHA - (LITTLE RANN OF KUTCH). And at POLO, Vijaynagar forest. As a part of Nature conservation, SWAN club placed the water pots on trees in and around the New V.V. Nagar campus in mid-summer i.e. May 2017. Every day morning it is filled with fresh water by the team members. On World Environment day, 5th June 2017 organized Plantation in and around the ARIBAS campus. Organized FOREST TRAIL at PAVAGADHFOREST under the PACH- MAHOTSAV program of Gujarat Government. Gyan Club Invites eminent personalities for guest lectures to lend valuable information from their vast ex- periences to our students. Conducts PDP classes to develop the communication skill and person- ality of the students, PhD Seminar each Friday, Dissertation crash course to orient the students for research. The forum organized 1 lecture and 2 Research Methodology Workshops for M. Sc. IGBT 10th semester as well as M. Sc. Micro/Biotech./Genetics & Pharmaceutical Chemistry 4th semester.
Nari Contractor Sports Club Conducts various sport activities at the institute like Chess, Table Tennis, Lawn tennis and Cricket at various levels. In 2009, the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Blood Drive was begun in Trinidad and Tobago, inaugurated by the 74-year-old Nari Contractor. Our Sports club donated blood on the same day. ARIBAS has organized 04 district and state level tournaments in the college. All the events were managed by Dr. RajnibhaiPatel, Lecturer in Physical Education . Club also organized Annual Sports Day on 26th February, 2018. Bhavai Cultural Club (BCC) Had organized talent evening on 20th February, 2018. As part of Navratri celebrations “ChaloGarbeGhumie” was organized on 18th September 2017. Mr. Vraj Patel and Ms. Priyanka judged best Garba boy and girl respectively. Club organized Kite Flying on 6thJanuary 2018. Vari- ous days celebrated between 5 – 10th February, 2018. ARIBAS always encourages students to showcase their talent. As a part of this, institute has or- ganized food festival on 26th February, 2018 where in total 11 stall with multi cuisine menu were laid. At the end, prizes were given to the owners who did a highest selling. ARIBAS has also organized educational tours and industrial visit to enrich knowledge of the stu- dent.
Women cell looks after the matters related to female students/faculties. On the occasion of In- ternational Women’s Day (8thMarch 2017) Women cell of ARIBAS & NSS has arranged a talk and various competition eg. Slogan Writing/ Poster presentation/ Self-shot Photography etc. Dr. Manisha Gohel (M. D.) from Krishna Hospital Karamsad has delivered a talk on “Fats & Trans Fat: Facts and Myth”. She has guided girl students of ARIBAS about importance and nutritional value of fat &trans fat in daily Diet. Women Cell of Sardar Patel University has organized various com- petition under heading of women empowerment on 5/09/2017.Six girl students had participated in Essay writing/ Slogan writing/ Logo Competition. Five female faculty member has attended One Day Seminar entitled Women’s Health Awareness on 8th July 2017, organized by ADIT College, New Vallabh Vidyanagar. Faculty Achievement Six projects are going on in ARIBAS with a total of Rs. 1,61,89,956/-grant from various Na- tional and International funding agencies like GUJCOST, DST, GSBTM and UGC. S.N. Project Funding Amount (Rs.) Agency 1 Synthesis, chemoinformatic development, optimization DST 86,86,000/- and preclinical testing of matrix metalloproteinase-2 inhibi- Indo- tors for cardioprotection” Hungarian Coordinator: Dr. Nilanjan Roy PI :Dr. Mukundchandra Thakur 2 Selected Gene Polymorphism in Dairy Cattle: A Step To- GSBTM, 1,77,9420/- wards Marker Assisted Breeding Gandhinagar Dr. J. B. Chauhan 3 Screening for polymorphism (s) in the selected candidate GSBTM, 29,56,920/- genes involved in the pathogenesis of steroid resistant Gandhinagar Nephrotic syndrome Dr. Kinnari Mistry in collaboration with AAU 4 Purification of Industrial effluent using new polymeric ma- GUJCOST 2, 25,000/- terial: simultaneous removal of heavy metal and dyes color from Industrial effluent Dr. Ritu Dixit 5 Development of High Tannin Resistant Fungal Strain(s) for UGC, New 16,70,000/- Gallic Acid Production Delhi Dr. Bhakti Bajpai 6 Study of Water Quality Status and Recommendation for DST (NCSTC) 8,72,616 /- Future Activities of Various Pond Waters in Panchmahal and Dahod District, Gujarat PI-Dr. Digvijaysinh Rana Co-PI –Dr. Shilpa Gupte Total 1,61,89,956/-
Student’s Achievements Success in Competitive Examination Following students qualified CSIR-NET and GATE examinationsJune-2017 S.N. Name of the student Examination AIR Year 1 Yamini Raval JRF-NET, CSIR 57 2017 Passed out in 2016 GATE 2 Swar Christian JRF-NET, CSIR - 2017 Passed out in 2016 3 Aaryana Singh Pursuing M. Lecturer, NET, CSIR - 2017 Sc. IGBT 4 Shirley Dixit JRF-NET, CSIR, GATE 68 2017 Passed out in 2017 5 Akansha Rawat LS, NET, CSIR - 2017 Passed out in 2016 GATE 6 Anunay Sinha JRF-NET, CSIR - 2017 Passed out in 2016 7 Pankaj Sharma SLET - 2017 Pursuing M. Sc. IGBT (Life Sciences) Research Students Achievements 24 papers have been published by 10 research scholars in National/ International journals Mr. Yashvant Khimsuriya participated in Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG 2017) held at The Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida dur- ing October 17-21, 2017 and presented his paper entitled Genotype-phenotype study of OPHN1 and IL1RAPL2gene mutation in children with intellectual disability. 10 papers were presented by 8research scholars in National/International Seminar/ Confer- ences. Five Research Scholars won 1st (Ruby, Unisha, Jainik) and 2nd (Mili and Mansi) Prizes for best research paper presentation in National and International conferences/ seminars.
Career Prospects Career Counseling Cell (C-Cube) for career guidance and placement of students is in place. Made online registration for the students for placement by various employers. Currently 51 students have registered and many more will be registering soon Floated resume of all the registered students amongst the employers Established a strong network for placement of the students with number of reputed companies like Intas Pharmaceuticals, Sorbead India, Alembic, Vrindi Inc., ICICI Bank, Hetero, Lincon etc
ARIBAS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION is a bridge between present and past members of the ARIBAS fam- ily from all batches and branches. It is envisaged that A-cube will pave the way for meaningful in- teraction between Alumni-faculty-students. We organize reunion of Alumni at regular intervals. This reunion highlight achievements of alumni who have excelled in their field of workand pro- vide great opportunity to rejoice with long lost friends. Being professional, our alumni also mentor present students for their future career need and cre- All our students register to ARIBAS alumni association (A-cube) through an online portal. ARIBAS management also keep in touch with alumni by communicating ARIBAS news and Quest maga- zine.
2013-14 Placement 2017-18 Sr. No. Name of student Industry / Institute Position 1 Parthvi Shah Junior QC Officer, Centurion Remedies Pvt. Ltd. Junior QC Officer Jambusar, Baroda 2 Juhee Hasan Abaris health Care Private Limited at Rajpur, Trainee Microbiology Kadi, Mahesana (QCDepartment) 3 Meghana Diasara Sardar Patel University Pursuing Ph.D. 4 Vikita Patel Karmsad Medical College Lab Technician Course (Student) 5 Pragati Mishra Preparing for UPSC Exams - 6 KerulKa. Patel Green Cross Genetics Diagnostics and Research Research Assistant Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad 7 Simran Randhawa IP calculus company Patent Research Associate 8 Vihar Patel Elysium Pharmaceutical Ltd., Dabasha Trainee Analyst (QC) 9 Jinal Patel Amul Dairy, Anand Trainee Microbiologist 10 Ishani Gandhi J. B. Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals, Ankleshwar R & D Executive 11 Kajal Patel INTAS Pharmaceuticals, Ahmedabad Trainee 12 Durva Trivedi Xcelris Labs Limited, Ahmedabad Executive, Nutrigenomics Dept. 13 Naisargi Bhatt Xcelris Labs Limited, Executive, Sequencing Service Ahmedabad Dept. 14 Akshita Patel Entech Laboratories Junior Environment Engineer Ahmadabad 15 Krishna Patel Nalanda School, Sanskarnagari, Bhuravav, Faculty-Biology Godhra 16 Ms. Nirali Shah Abaxis, Northern California, USA Assembler 17 Mr. Ushir Trivedi AHW Environment, Vatva Environment chemist 18 Jeenal R. Patel Clini India- training in advance programme of Trainee Clinical research and data management, also doing preparation for IELTS. 19 Dharmit C. Patel Laboratory of community health centre, Sarsa. Trainee Also preparing for IELTS 20 Vivek G. Shah Steriling Biotech Pvt. Ltd. Baroda QA Trainee Officer 21 DigvijayVaghela Zytex Biotech Co., QC Microbiologist Vadodara 22 Monika Patel UGC- MRP at ARIBAS Project Assistant
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