Posted on 16th Jun 2018 13:06:55 inCSIR NET Life Sciences
ANALYSIS MOL BIO & APPLIED BIO
Applied biology areas such as Transgenics, Gene therapy, Marker Assisted Selection (MAS) are already making an impact upon our daily lives. This is possible through application of bio-molecular and Recombinant DNA techniques and genomics. Indeed this does not end here….applying a technique to produce a product (say a GMO) may sound very glamorous and worthy of study.
Posted on 16th Jun 2018 11:35:34 inGATE Biotechnology
TIPS GATE BIOTECH - GENETICS
Mendelian inheritance; Gene interaction; Complementation; Linkage, recombination and chromosome mapping; Extrachromsomal inheritance; Chromosomal variation; Population genetics; Transposable elements, Molecular basis of genetic diseases and applications, Microbial genetics: Plasmids, transformation, conjugation, transduction
Posted on 16th Jun 2018 10:51:14 inCSIR NET Life Sciences
CSIR NET EXAM - TIPS TO QUALIFY
CSIR-NET Life Science Exam is one of the most popular examinations which is conducted by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) each year. After clearing this exam, one can be eligible for the fellowships at pre-doctoral level. Recently UGC had revised guidelines regarding recruitment of Assistant Professors in University system.
Posted on 15th Jun 2018 12:39:48 inM.Sc Biotech/Life Science
TIPS FOR IIT-JAM (BIOTECH / BL)
IITs and IISc are well known for disseminating the quality education in engineering, science, technology and research in frontier areas. These reputed institutes are of national importance and always maintain their high standards in education. Students always dream of taking admissions in order to build a sound foundation of knowledge. The vibrant intellectually stimulating environment
Posted on 5th Jan 2017 05:22:15 inCSIR NET Life Sciences
IMMUNOLOGY FOR CSIR-NET
In the present report, we are presenting trend analysis of the Immunology Section. As are aware, Immunology in itself is a challenging subject and often demands graspand clarity over basic concepts. Though it is presented as a part of Cellular Communication section in the syllabus, but often recommended to prepare as an independent knowledge domain.