COLLEGE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (academic programmes under self finance scheme):
Biotechnology integrates multiple disciplines like genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, embryology, microbiology and cell biology, which are in turn linked to practical disciplines like Genetic engineering, Bioinformatics, Vaccine technology, Industrial microbiology and plant tissue /animal cell culture technology.
The College was started in 2010 under self-finance scheme.
The mandate of the college:
- To provide quality practical oriented education and research opportunities in Biotechnology and allied subjects.
The College offers following three academic programmers:
- B.Sc. (H) Biotechnology
- Industrial Microbiology (6 semesters)
The College has competent faculty to run the undergraduate and post graduate programs. College of Biotechnology has its own newly constructed modern building equipped with all necessary facilities for education and research. The University has signed Memorandum of understanding (MoU) with National institutes Of ICAR namely, Central Institute for Research on goats (CIRG), Makhdoom, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar and National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal. These MoUs with National institutes further enhance the research and education opportunities through their faculty and laboratory facilities.
The students are imparted hands on training in the techniques of molecular biology & genetic engineering, Microbiology and animal and plant tissue culture in the following fully equipped laboratories of the college:
- Molecular Biology Laboratory
- Microbiology Laboratory
- Instrumentation Laboratory
- Biochemistry Laboratory
- Animal and Plant tissue culture laboratory
Prof. Rajesh Nigam, Dean
Phone: 09457210854 (M)
Areas of Research
- Molecular diagnostic techniques for important diseases of Livestock and poultry.
- Disease Surveillance/disease eradication using molecular biology tools.
- Candidate gene approach for production and reproduction trait
- In vitro embryo production techniques for enhancing the reproduction in animals
List of MSc Thesis
|S.no.||Name of M.Sc. Student||Title of thesis/Dissertation|
|1.||Deepti Singh||Phylogenetic studies of Canine parvovirus in dogs using VP1/VP2 gene|
|2.||Shweta Sharma||Study of P1T1/POU1F1 gene polymorphism in Indian
Barbari goats, using PCR-RFLP method
|3.||Harsh Kumar||Studies on polymorphism of major fecundity Booroola gene (FeeB) in Indian prolific barbari goats|
|4.||Shilpi Dixit||Comparative profiling of seminal plasma and serum membrane proteins in cattle and buffalo|
|5.||Juhi Pathak||Comparative study on parthenogenetic activation and embryo production from in vitro matured caprine goats|
|Differential expression of TLR3 and TLR4 in caprine brucellosis|
|Characterization of MC1R gene by PCR-RFLP and HRM analysis|
|8.||Tripti Singh||Detection and prevalence of Rotavirus in diarrheic bovine calves|
|9.||Ajay Singh||Comparative evaluation of different serological tests for diagnosis of caprine brucellosis|
|10.||Varun Kumar Singh||Analysis of Polymorphic and Expression Pattern of Heat Shock Gene and Heat Shock Transcription Factor-1 in Goat|
|11.||Anita Sharma||Genetic polymorphism study on DGAT1 and ABCG2 gene in Sahiwal and Hariana cattle.|
|12.||Lalita Sharma||Studies on oxidative stress and its role in mastitis with special reference to Staphylococcus aureus|
|13.||Vaibhav Tomar||Purification and Characterization of Urinary antimicrobial peptides of goat|
|14.||Hitesh lamba||Genetic Polymorphism of TLR4, CD14 & DRB3 gene in Indian breeds of Cattle & Buffalo|
|15.||Devendra Kumar||A comparative study on Expression profile of HSP genes during different Seasons in Goat breeds|
|16.||Dharmendra Singh Chauhan||Molecular and Functional Characterization of Voltage Gated Sodium Channels in Sperms of Bulls|
|17.||Abhishek Pal||Genetic Polymorphism of Kappa-Casein and Beta- Lactoglobulin genes in Sahiwal, Hariana cattle and Murrah buffalo|
|18.||Akhilesh kumar||Heat Shock Protein 70 and Redox status in fluid and spermatozoa in different segments of buck epididymis|
|19.||Parul Singh||Genetic Polymorphic studies of Fecundity genes in Muzaffarnagari Sheep|
List of Ph.D Thesis
|S.no.||Name of Ph.D Student||Title of thesis|
|1.||Priyambada Kumari||Insights into Toll-like Receptors Expression and Th1/Th2 Cytokines regulation in Peripheral Blood of Dogs with Demodicosis|
|2.||Deepika Kritaniya||A study on assessment of DNA integrity and Protamination status of Barbari Buck Semen|
|3.||Jayshree||Molecular Characterization and typing of methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)|
|4.||Ajay Singh||Development of OMP31 Protein based ELISA for diagnosis of ovine and caprine brucellosis|
|5.||Bhawna Kushawaha||Functional and Molecular studies and associated signalling pathways of mercury-induced deleterious effects on spermatozoa of bucks|
|6.||Pratishtha Sharma||Studies on the toxicity of Acrylamide and its amelioration in Wistar rats|
|7.||Shalini Yadav||Development of sodium polyacrylate Nanoparticles based Combined Mastitis Vaccine and Assessment of its Efficacy in Mice Model|
|8.||Deepti Singh||Development of omp28 based ELISA for diagnosis of Bovine Brucellosis|
- Singh, D., Verma, A.K., Kumar, A., Srivastava, M.K., Singh, S.K., Tripathi, A.K., Srivastava, A. and Ahmed, I. (2013). Detection of canine parvovirus by polymerase chain reaction assay and its prevalence in dogs in and around Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India. American Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology,3(2): 264-270.
- Dixit, S., Pandey, V., Swain, D., Sharma, D., Sharma, A. and Saxena, A. (2013). Sperm apoptotic index in fresh and freeze-thaw semen of cattle and buffalo. Veterinary Practitioner14 (1): 108-109.
- Sharma, S., Tiwari, M., Sharma, S., Singh, S. P., Sharma, A. and Pandey, V. (2013). The study of PIT1/POU1F1 gene polymorphism in Indian Barbari goats usin PCR-RFLP methods. Indian Veterinary Journal,90(11): 15-16.
- Singh, H.K., Sharma, D., Singh, S.P., Tiwari, M. and Pandey, V. (2013). Investigation of major fecundity Booroola gene (FecB) polymorphism in Indian Barbari goat breed. Indian Veterinary Journal,90(11): 16-18.
- Singh, A., Gupta, V.K., Kumar, A., Singh, V.K., Shivasharanappa, N. (2013). 16S rRNA and Omp31 Gene Based Molecular Characterization of Field Strains of B. melitensis from Aborted Foetus of Goats in India Scientific World Journal, 2013: 160376.
- Singh, D., Verma, A.K. and Kumar, A. (2014). Phylogenetic analysis of canine parvovirus isolates from Mathura, India. Veterinarski Arhiv84 (5): 505-512.
- Singh, A., Gupta, V.K., Kumar, A., Singh, V.K. and Shivasaranappa, N. (2014) Omp31 gene based molecular detection of Brucella melitensisfrom serum samples of goats. Indian J. Anim. Sci. 84(3): 251–253.
- Singh, D., Verma, A.K., Kumar, A. and Srivastava M.K. (2015). Molecular typing of canine parvovirus with PCR assay based on genetic markers of the antigenic variants. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 85(1): 12-15.
- Sharma, L., Verma, A.K., Kumar, A., Rahal, A., Neha and Nigam, R. (2015). Incidence and pattern of antibiotic resistance of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from clinical and subclinical mastitis in cattle and buffaloes. Asian Journal of Animal Scien
10 .Dharmendra Singh Chauhan , Dilip Kumar Swain , Nadeem Shah , Hanuman Prasad Yadav , Udayraj P. Nakade
, Vijay Kumar Singh , Rajesh Nigam , Sarvajeet Yadav , Satish Kumar Garg (2017) Functional and molecular
characterization of voltage gated sodium channel Nav 1.8 in bull spermatozoa. Theriogenology 90 (2017) 210-218
- Davendra kumar, Brijesh yadav, Soumen choudhary, Priyambada kumara, Arun kumar madan, Satyendra pal
singh, P.K. Rout, N. Ramachandran & Sarvajeet yadav (2017). Evaluation of adaptability to different seasons in
goat breeds of semi-arid region in India through differential expression pattern of heat shock protein genes
(2017).Biological Rhythm Research
- Jayshree, Vinod kumar singh, Amit kumar, and Sharad kumar yadav (2018) Prevalence of Methicillin Ressistant
Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) at Tertiary care Hospital of Mathura, India Progressive Research- An International
- Dharmendra Singh Chauhan, Dilip kumar Swain, Nadeem Shah, Hanuman Prasad yadav, Abhishek Sharma,
Brijesh yadav, Sarvajeet Yadav, Rajesh Nigam, Satish kumar Garg (2017) ,Modulation of Voltage-gated sodium
channels induces capacitation in bull spermatozoa through phosphorylation of tyrosine containing proteins.
- Kumari P, Nigam R, Chiudhary S, Singh S.K, Yadav B, Kumar D, Garg S.K 2018. Demodex canis targets TLRs
to evade host immunity and induce canine demodicosis. Parasite Immunology. 40 (3),doi: 10.1111/Pim.12509
- Kumari P.Nigam R, Singh A, Nakade UP, Sharma A, Garg S.K , Singh S.K 2017.Demodex canis regulates cholinergic system mediated immunosuppressive pathway in canine demodicosis. Parasitology. 144(10):1412-1416
|Name of the faculty||Designation||Qualification||E-mail address|
|Dr. Vijaylaxmi Tripathi||Teaching Associate||Ph.D (Microbiology)||email@example.com|
|Dr. Priyambada Kumari||Teaching Associate||Ph.D (Biotechnology)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr. Faizan ul Haque||Teaching Associate||M.Sc. (Biotechnology)||email@example.com|
|Ms. Uma Sharma||Teaching Associate||M.Sc. (Botany)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Shweta Sharma||Teaching Associate||Ph.D. (Zoology)||email@example.com|
|Ms Shweta Sharma||Teaching Associate||M.Sc. (Biotechnology)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Swati Chandra||Teaching Associate||Ph.D. (Microbiology)||email@example.com|
|Dr. Shweta Agrawal||Teaching Associate||Ph.D. (Biotechnology)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms. Asmita Chaudhary||Teaching Associate||M.Sc. (Botany)||email@example.com|
Veterinary College, Mathura.
|Name of the faculty||Designation||Qualification||E-mail address|
|Dr. Rajesh Nigam||Professor & Head||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Sharad K Yadav||Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Sarvajeet Yadav||Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Rashmi Singh||Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Rakesh Goyal||Assistant Professor||Mphil.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Madhu Tiwari||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Brijesh Yadav||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Ambika Sharma||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Ajay Pratap Singh||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Udit Jain||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Deepak Sharma||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Ruchi Tiwari||Assistant Professor||M.V.Sc.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Dilip Swain||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Pawanjit Singh||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Anuj Kumar||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Barkha Sharma||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|Dr. Vijay Pandey||Associate Professor||Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. S.P. Singh||Assistant Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
(B) Under MOU from C.I.R.G. Makhdoom, Farah , Mathura
The Theatres of Knowledge
A multitude of budding biotechnologists and microbiologists study in well spacious and well furnished ventilated Classrooms which provides the most conducive atmosphere for dynamic and focused teachings and discussions. Classrooms are augmented with integrated audio-visual teaching aids for lectures.
College has 8 state-of-the-art labs to Explore New Frontiers in Biotechnology. The Labs are
- Molecular Biology Lab
- Microbiology Lab
- Genetic engineering and RDT Lab
- Instrumentation Lab
- Bioinformatics Lab
- Plant Biotechnology Lab
- Animal Biotechnology Lab
- Biochemistry Lab
The specialized biotechnology laboratories are equipped to conduct advanced practical classes and research work where students experiment and bring to practice what they have learnt in theory.
Some specialized laboratories facilities include:
- Thermal Cyclers
- Type-I Water Systems
- Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope
- Tissue Culture facility
- UV-VIS Spectrophotometers (single and double beam)
- Refrigerated Centrifuge
- O.D. Incubator
- Metabolic Shakers
- Electrophoresis Systems (vertical and horizontal)
- Shaker Water Baths
- Media Filtration Systems
- CO2 Incubator
- Plant Growth Chambers
- o -400 C Refrigerators
- High Speed Centrifuges
- Blotting Systems
- Tissue Homogeniser
The library is more like Integrated Knowledge Resource Centers that are stocked with over 5000 books in total; periodicals, references, national and international journals, covering all aspects of relevant academic studies and research materials.
To ensure students’ well-being, the university provides medical facilities. 24*7 ambulance facility is also available in the Campus in case of any emergency.
SECURITY & PARKING
The Campus has a stringent security with 24-hour guards and patrolling .The girl student’s safety is on priority
At DUVASU, sports form one of the important aspects of a student’s development. Different outdoor and indoor games facilities are available to the students.
Through its excellent sports facilities, DUVASU offers opportunities to students for regular work-out, lifestyle management and interaction with a well equipped Gymnasium.
NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC):
Course Programs Offered
B.Sc. Biotechnology (H)
Bio-technology is a science involving the use of living organisms in processes for the manufacture of useful products. It involves algae, bacteria, fungi, yeast, cells of higher plants and animals. Biotechnology is multi-disciplinary in nature and includes biological sciences e.g. genetics, microbiology, animal cell culture, molecular biology, biochemistry, embryology, cell biology, cell & Tissue culture, immunology and chemistry. Modern use of the term biotechnology refers to making changes in the genes of an organism (bacteria, animals and plants) to improve their characteristics, like production of useful protein in bacteria, curing genetic diseases in humans and to develop resistance against diseases caused by various virus, bacteria and insects in plants.
B.Sc. Industrial Microbiology (H)
Microbiology is a branch of science that studies microorganisms such as bacteria, protozoa, algae, fungi, bacteria, viruses, etc. The relevance and applications of these microorganisms to the surrounding environment including human life and Mother Nature becomes part of this branch. Since inception of this branch of science, Microbiology has remained a field of actively research and ever expanding in all possible directions; broadly categorized as pure and applied science. Different branches of Pure Microbiology based on taxonomy are Bacteriology, Mycology, Protozoology and Parasitology, Phycology and Virology; with considerable overlap between these specific branches over each other and also with other disciplines of life sciences, like Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology, Cell Biology, Biotechnology, etc. Areas in the applied Microbial Sciences can be identified as: Medical, Pharmaceutical, Industrial (Fermentation, Pollution Control), Air, Water, Food and Dairy, Veterinary, Environmental (Ecology, Geomicrobiology); and the technological aspects of these areas.