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THANTHAI HANS ROEVER COLLEGE

(Autonomous)

(Affiliated to Bharathidasan University & Nationally Re-Accredited by NAAC)

PERAMBALUR – 621 220

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Biotechnology

Department Faculties

Academics Of Biotechnology

The pace of progress in biology creates a foundation that naturally gets picked up by the biotech and pharmaceutical industry to solve rich-world diseases. This is attractive science. It’s science that people want to work on.
– Bill Gates

The Department of Biotechnology was started in the year 2002, with aim to make an impact through research and technology based training. The Department offers four programmes in Biotechnology B Sc, M.Sc, M.Phil and Ph.D.

Biotechnology is a broad discipline which deals with various techniques employing biological processes, organisms (Microbes, plants and animals), cells or any biological material for a multitude of applications.

Biotechnology has created a revolution affecting the world over in every walk of life. Today, scientists from every branch of science are looking at biological models to solve their problems. Under the umbrella of biotechnology, various fields like microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, immunology, cell biology, have opened a great avenue for higher education and employment for the future generation. Hence, the department has formulated an efficient curriculum to impart knowledge and develop skills in students at the various interdisciplinary areas of life science which would directly contribute to the society.

A team of dedicated, efficient and qualified faculty members have made the department strong and viable. The department is well equipped with sophisticated laboratories, library and learning resources. Our students have been placed in various companies through campus placement The department strongly motivates the students towards research and higher studies by providing such an ambience so as to facilitate learning in all possible. The Department stands for its academic excellence, development of research skills and extension potential. Department encourages relative skills of students and helps them in transforming into reality.

Procuring university ranks is one of the regular phenomena of our Department.It also conducts regular outreach programmes on medicinal plants, preparation of herbal value added products and herbal medicines apart from skill development programmes like mushroom cultivation, Azolla cultivation, Microgreens and Spirulina cultivation.

Procurring university ranks is one of the regular phenomena of our Department.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

The department offers the following programmes:

Under Graduate Programme:
  • B.Sc Biotechnology
Post Graduate Programme:
  • M.Sc Biotechnology
Research Programmes:
  • M.Phil. Biotechnology
  • Ph.D. Biotechnology

MISSION AND VISION

  • Generate adequate human resources trained in the multi-disciplinary field of Biotechnology to meet the requirement of trained personnel for the promotion of Biotechnology in India.
  • Equip students with theoretical and practical understanding of contemporary Biology and Biotechnology so that they can pursue research in frontier areas in Biotechnology.

Program outcome

Students those who are enrolling with Bachelor & Master of Science use to learn the basic knowledge about the art of creative technology along with science. This course of B.Sc, M.Sc& M.Phil includes respective modules of theory and practical in relative field of science.

Program Specific Outcome

Biotechnology is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bio-processes in engineering, technology, medicine and other fields requiring by products.

Course Outcome

  • Understand the foundational concepts of molecular biology, microbiology, immunology, plant & animal biotechnology, cell Biology, rDNA technology and how these impact biotechnology research and development in the diverse fields that span healthcare and agriculture.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in basic laboratory skills common to clinical and non-clinical research laboratories, including aseptic technique, making accurate and precise measurements using balances and macro and micro-pipetting, using a microscope, preparing solutions, operating Current instrumentation, preparing samples for various analyses and maintaining a proper scientific laboratory notebook.
  • Design, perform and analyze results of experiments using basic molecular biology methodologies and recombinant DNA techniques, including agarose and poly acryl amide gel electrophoresis, restriction enzyme digestion, bacterial transformations, plasmid DNA protein expression, PCR and tissue culture.
  • Apply the fundamentals of molecular biology theories, methodologies and techniques by critically analyzing, interpreting, and presenting a recent and relevant scientific research paper that has been published in a refereed scientific journal.

We also conduct regular outreach programmes on medicinal plants, preparation of herbal value added products and herbal medicines apart from skill development programmes like

  • Mushroom cultivation
  • Azolla cultivation
  • Microgreens and Spirulina cultivation
  • Herbal plants cultivation
  • Vermicomposting

Industrial visits are organized to sensitize students to the practical challenges.

As we promote quality teaching, students have bagged consecutively top most University ranks and the pass percentages of the students have increased progressively. To enhance the research aptitude and learning process, students are encouraged to present papers in the conferences and to publish research journals .Students have participated in many Intra and inter-collegiate competitions and won many prizes. Students have also excelled in sports, NCC and NSS.

Faculties

Dr.R.Kalaivani

M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D

HOD

Dr.T.Aravindhan

M.Sc.,M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Dr.T.M.M. John Bastin

M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Research & Publications

S.NoAuthorsTitle of the PaperJournal / ConferenceMonth & YearStatus
1 Dr.R.Kalaivani Biochemical effect of Caralluma attenuata in alloxan induced diabetic rats. International Journal of Current Science.1(1), pp.1-10, Jan/2011 Published
2 Dr.R.Kalaivani Hypoglycemic activity of Caralluma attenuata extract on alloxan induced diabetic rat. Elixir Bio Tech.40,pp.5629-5632 Oct/2011 Published
3 Dr.R.Kalaivani Extraction of phytochemical compounds from Phyllanthus emblica and drug designing for Mycobacterium tuberculosis International Journal of Current Research.3 (11) ISSN:0975-833X,pp.322-325 Oct/2011 Published
4 Dr.R.Kalaivani Docking and genomic studies for swine flu based on phytochemical compounds of Ocimum sanctum International Journal of Current Research.pp.082-088,3(11) Nov/2011 Published
5 Dr.R.Kalaivani, Ajithadevi.K, J.Jeyasree. Insilico Studies on Borassus flabellifer L. Peroxidase using Bioinformatics. Indian Journal Of Natural Sciences International Bimonthly3(13), 0976 – 0997. August 2012. pp 1079- 1085 Aug/2012 Published
6 Dr.R.Kalaivani, Ajithadevi.K, J.Jeyasree Determination of Kinetic and Thermodynamic Parameters of Partially Purified Borassus flabellifer L.Peroxidase. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences International Bimonthly,0976 – 0997.3(13) 1055- 1060 Aug/2012 Published
7 Dr.R.Kalaivani, Hosana Devarvsi I Insilico studies and drug parameter calculation for antibiotic compounds in Coleus aromatics. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Reviews. 2319 -8788.1(1) pp. 58 – 61. .D17 Nov/2012 Published
8 Dr.R.Kalaivani,Hosana Devarvsi Invivo studies on the antibacterial activities of silver nanoparticles synthesized from Coleus aromaticus. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Reviews. ISSN. 2319–8788, Vol.01 Issue 01. Pp.25 – 30. 18 Nov 2012. Nov/2012 Published
9 Dr.R.Kalaivani, Arunkumar S, Jeyasree J, Sukumaran.V Phytoremediation effect of Wrightia tinctoria R.Br; leaf extract on the growth characteristics of copper treated black gram Vigna mungo. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Reviews. ISSN 2319 – 8788. Vol.01 Issue 02 pp 99 – 104.18. Jan 2013 Jan/2013 Published
10 Dr.R.Kalaivani, A.Vinoth. Heavy Metal Identification in Different Agro ecosystem by using Earthworm. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. ISSN: 2319-7706 Volume 3(7)pp. 745-748. Jan/2014 Published
11 Dr.R.Kalaivani, Dinesh M.G, Rajasekaran Subbarayan, Suneel Rallapalli. Terminalia bellerica leaf extracts induce apoptosis in Hep G2 cells and regulates cell cycle progression by inducing G2/M cell cycle arrest Indian Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Biotechnology,1044 -1057, ISSN:2321-5674 Feb/2014 Published
12 Dr.R.Kalaivani Rajkumar K, Malathi R Morphogenetic responses of explant types in Hypericum hookerianum European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience. ISSN: 2321-9122, 2 (2): 08-17 Mar/2014 Published
13 Kumaresan P, Jeyanthi K.A, Kalaivani R. Biochemical evaluation of anti diabetic activity of Gmelina arborea in Alloxan induced albino rats. International Journal of Herbal Medicine 2(2): pp90-94. Jun/2014 Published
14 Dr.R.Kalaivani Evaluation of anti-inflammatory and antibacterial activity of Pithecellobium dulce (Benth) extract. Biotechnol Research.148-154, 2(4), 2395-6763. Aug/2016 Published
15 Dr.R.Kalaivani Antidiabetic Activity of Bioactive Compounds from Gmelina arborea Fruit - An In Silico Approach International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Research,7(2)2349-7203 Sep/2016 Published
16 M Veerapagu, KR Jeya, R Kalaivani, KA Jeyanthi, S Geethanjali Screening of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria isolated from oil contaminated soil The Pharma Innovation Journal 8(6): 69-72 Jun/2019 Published
17 K. Sabariswaran , A. Rajesh , R. Indumathi , K.Thangaraj , V.G. Abilash. Studies on genetic diversity of konguvellalar population using mitochondrial DNA and Y- chromosome markers International Journal of Biosciences (IJB)Vol. 2, No. 6, p. 72-81 Jan/2012 Published
18 A Babu Vimalanathan, Vishakha Tyagi, A Rajesh, Preethi Devanand, Manoj G Tyagi . Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using chinese white ginseng plant root Panax ginseng. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Volume 2, Oct/2013 Published
19 Anupa Athmaram and A. Rajesh Potential Drug Bis (2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate Target Through Docking Analysis Of The Protein N-Myristoryl transferase (Pdb Id: 4bbh) Of Plasmodium vivax International Journal of Development Research Vol. 07, Issue, 06, pp.13464-13468, Jun/2017 Published
20 A Rajesh and Dr. Mohamed Shamsudin. Evaluation of ovicidal and larvicidal potential of Kalanchoe pinnata leaf extracts against filarial mosquito vector, Culex quinquefasciatus International Journal of Mosquito Research; 4(2): 142-147 Jun/2017 Published
21 A Rajesh and Dr. Mohamed Shamsudin. Invitro Analysis Of Kalanchoe pinnata Leaves To Assess Bioactive Compounds By Using Gc-Ms European Journal Of Pharmaceutical And Medical Research, ,4(1), 541-545 Jun/2017 Published
22 A Rajesh and Dr. Mohamed Shamsudin. In Silico Molecular Docking Studies On Phytocompounds From The Plant Kalanchoe pinnata Targeting The Pi-Class Glutathione-S-Transferase Of Wuchereria bancrofti International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences Volume 2, Issue 5, pp: 258-265, Jun/2017 Published
23 Geetanjali Basak, Rajesh A. Antimicrobial activity of biostabilized palladium nanoparticles against bacterial pathogens. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences Jun/2017 Published
24 A Rajesh Assessment of Phytoconstituents from Medicinal Plants Use for Ovicidal and Larvicidal Effect on Aedes aegypti. ICMR sponsored National Seminar on Emerging Trends in Control of Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases-2016.PG and Research Department of Zoology, Nehru Memorial College (Autonomous). Sep/2016 Presented
25 A Rajesh Screening of Kalanchoe pinnata leaf extracts for ovicidal and larvicidal efficacy against the filarial vector culex quinquefasciatus (diptera: culicidae). International Conference on Environment and Health. P.G. & Research Department of Zoology. Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli - 620 020, Jan/2019 Presented
26 A Rajesh Bioactive compounds from plants leaf extracts for ovicidal and larvivicidal effects against the dengue vector Aedes aegypti International Conference on Challenges to Environmental and Health, P.G. & Research Department Of Zoology Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli - 620 020 Jan/2020 Presented
27 A Rajesh Larvicidal activity of compounds from Kalanchoe pinnata on acetylcholine esterase and their binding mode of interaction National Seminar On Frontiers In Biological Innovations For Resource Management, Patents And Entrepreneur Development (Under Ugc Autonomous Grant) P.G. & Research Department Of Botany Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli - 620 020 Mar/2020 Presented
28 Ruffina.D., John bastin.T.M.M., Ramanathan.K. and Mohnanapriya.A. Production of Biodiesel from Blue Green Algae – Oscillatoria. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. Vol.10 / Issue 61 Aug/2020 Published
29 Ruffina.D., John bastin.T.M.M., Ramanathan.K. and Sudhakar S Production of a herbal wine from Aloe vera gel and its antimicrobial activity Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. Vol.11/ Issue 63 Dec/2020 Published
30 Dr.T.M.M.John Bastin Phytomedicinal activity of medicinal plants against Pneumonia pathogen. National Seminar On Frontiers In Biological Innovations For Resource Management, Patents And Entrepreneur Development (Under Ugc Autonomous Grant) P.G. & Research Department Of Botany Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli - 620 020 Mar/2020 Presented
31 Dr.T. Aravindhan Determination of synergiistics, antimicrobial and anti-cancer properties of Pterocarpus santalinus Linn National Seminar On Frontiers In Biological Innovations For Resource Management, Patents And Entrepreneur Development (Under Ugc Autonomous Grant) P.G. & Research Department Of Botany Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli - 620 020 Mar/2020 Presented