IMS Ghaziabad established in 1990, is one of the pioneers to deliver microbiology education in Delhi NCR. The Institute offers a high-quality education atmosphere and outstanding facilities. The School of Biosciences, Microbiology, Food and Dairy Microbiology began its journey in 2002, under the auspices of this organization provide several biological science courses, affiliated to CCS University, Meerut.
B.Sc. Microbiology (Honors) is an undergraduate degree course, with an intake of 60 seats. The duration of the course is 3 years. It encompasses a number of specific fields which includes: Immunology, Pathogenic Microbiology, Microbial Genetics, Medical Microbiology, Agricultural Microbiology, Food and Dairy. The Microbiology graduates can start a career in government-based enterprise and research institutes or biotech-related companies such as food processing and pharmaceutical industry.
School of Biosciences, Microbiology, Food and Dairy Microbiology also provides specialization programs such as Food and Dairy Microbiology and Environmental Microbiology to make the student specialist in the given field. To make learning effective the department is enriched with highly qualified faculty members with expertise in their respective domain. Wi-Fi enabled campus, multi-media facilitated class rooms, well stocked library are the key features which help to impart the advance scientific and technical knowledge in the field of Microbiology.
The aim of School of Biosciences, Microbiology, Food and Dairy Microbiology is to develop the ability in young aspirant to handle the task with precision, get skilled in a range of analytical techniques as well as identify problems to develop and implement innovative solutions.
School of Biosciences, Microbiology, Food and Dairy Microbiology is offering specialization at undergraduate level. Three different technically and professionally oriented, specialization courses are offered to expand your the knowledge in your the area of study and to make you more focused, proficient and competent with the professional’s world. The module is extended for second and third year of Microbiology courses at graduation level. The subjects for specialization program are mentioned below
Environmental Microbiology is a dynamic branch of Microbiology that deals with the development of the environment and microbes that remediate the problems of the environment. This branch of Microbiology harnesses the power of microbes to arrest toxic chemicals. Students will be able to understand the crucial elements such as bioremediation, wastewater treatment, biosensors, biodegradation, green synthesis etc.
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Food and Dairy Microbiology, one of the foremost important branches of Microbiology. This specialization
course involves the study of microbes associated with spoilage of food and dairy products and pathogens
causing foodborne diseases. This course also deals with the economic and practical use of microbes in various
industrial process like fermentation, pasteurization etc.
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Scientific Communication is a broad field that prepares students for the expanding field of effective science writing and communication. This course is mandatory for all graduate students, the course is to train the students in report writing, content editing and presentation skills for a variety of audiences and a range of publication forms.
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Microbiology has generated a lot of buzz from the past few years and at present, the scientific, analytical and problem-solving skills developed by Microbiology graduates are high in demand by employers.
With a Microbiology degree, you can get opportunities in various fields like forensic science laboratories, healthcare organizations, environmental organizations, higher education institutions, food and drink, publicly funded research organizations, pharmaceutical industries and many others.
Many of positions you can apply to include: Nutrition Assistant Researchers, Industrial or Environmental Microbiologists, Technologists for Quality Control, Medical Technologists, Biomedical Scientist, Clinical Research Associate
IMS is always committed to the holistic development of the student. Corporate Resource Centre (CRC) works as an interconnecting link between academia & Industry. The placement activities are further supplemented through summer internships, dissertation, expert’s lectures, and industrial visits. As a team, we thrive on the philosophy of innovation and evolution in quality and contemporary education; constantly adding value to the professional life of the students.
Our deep know-how and industry connections ensure our students get a breakthrough in their work. Our biggest asset is our Memoranda of Agreement with various organizations. Our curriculum is certified by professional associations to ensure that our instruction meets existing practice-relevant requirements of the highest quality. Our courses provide our students with advanced, specialized knowledge and skills, which are necessary for graduate work. The close ties between IMS Corporate Development Center (CDC) with business leaders and seasoned professionals offer specialized and professional knowledge and skills to students necessary for graduate jobs.
The modern education system has made guest lectures an important part of their learning strategies. A guest speaker offers a new perspective to specific topics and exposes students to teachings drawn from real-life experiences, which in turn helps them better retain what is taughtList of guest lectures organized from 2018-2020
|Name of the Guest||Topic of Lecture|
|Dr. Shruti Shankar Gaur
Founder, RIEDU New Delhi
|How to be your own boss|
|Dr. Rajneesh Kumar
Analyst & Training Co-ordinator, Pharmacopoeial Laboratory for Indian Medicines, Ghaziabad
|Quality control analysis using modern techniques|
|Dr. Rajkumar S. Karla
Research Scientist, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Ibaraki, Japan
|Research aspects and scope of Biotechnology and Microbiology|
|Dr. Manoj Kumar Pandey
Scientific Officer, Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission, Ghaziabad
|Salient features of Indian Pharmacopoeia and Microbiological Quality Control of Pharmaceutical Products|
|Mr. Arjun Gaur
Founder, LIFEz HONOUR, Gurugram
|Life transformation by overcoming fears|
|Mr. Rakesh Kumar Shahi
Director, Abha Biotechnology, Noida
|Biotechnology and its job aspects|
|Dr. V. N. Sharma
adjunct Prof MIET, Meerut adjunct Prof MIET, Meerut
|Current Research Studies in the field of Biology|
|Dr. Vivek Dixit
Research Scientist, Department of Orthopedics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi
|�Metabolic Bone Diseases and the Role of Vitamin D: An Overview�.|
|Dr. Ajay Kumar Bhati
Professor & Director (ICT), School of Environmental Affairs, Universidad Metropolitana, UMET
|Guest Lecture on "Water Pollution: A Major Issue|
The Key objective of such visits is to make student aware of actual industrial working environment with the knowledge of manufacturing, packaging, quality analysis etc. Industrial visits provide a practical experience to the students which help to combine the theoretical knowledge with the industrial exposureMentioning the list of Industries/Research Laboratory visited
School of Biosciences, Microbiology, Food and Dairy Microbiology itself funds several research projects. In addition, several academic and research partnerships with universities, institutions and other organizations have been formed in various parts of the country. The objective of dissertation or internship projects is to test the independent research skills of student. It organizes the student learning and helps to generate the employability in the student as well.
The close ties between IMS Corporate Development Center (CDC) with business leaders and seasoned professionals offer specialized professional knowledge and skills to students necessary for graduate jobs. Students after completion of course come up with different choices like some of them opt for higher studies and some choose to be professional.B.Sc. Microbiology Placement
When a student opts for higher education he/ she can gets optimal exposure to academic knowledge and non-scholastic activities, which helps them to discovers what their passion actually is. We appreciate their choice of gathering immense of knowledge in their field of interest. Mentioning some B.Sc. Microbiology students, who are placed for Higher Education in renowned institutes/ universities.
|STUDENT NAME||COURSE||INSTITUTE/ UNIVERSITY|
|Astha Pandey||M.Sc.||Dr. HarisinghGour University, Sagar University, M.P.|
|Farman Khan||M.Sc.||CCS University, Meerut|
|Priya Rai||M.Sc.||Department Of Biotechnology, Kumaun University, ,Bhimtal Campus, U.K, India|
|Riddhi Nayan||M.Sc.||Amity University, Noida|
|Sanjana Bhati||M.Sc.||Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar University, M.P.|
|Shailly Sharma||M.Sc.||Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar University, M.P.|
|Shikha Pandey||M.Sc.||Parul University, Vadodara|
|Sumit Kumar Sharma||M.Sc.||Department Of Biotechnology, Kumaun University, ,Bhimtal Campus, U.K, India|
Early placement can give students a platform for engaging with professionals in their chosen career-field, it can provide a foundation of contacts on which to build and draw upon in a future career. We are mentioning few of our students to congratulate and wish bright future ahead.
Workshop aims to equip participants with skills required to handle and operate sophisticated instruments, which are imperative in the present industrial environment. The workshop provides a sound knowledge of the basic principles of analysis, an understanding of the instrumentation involved and the opportunity to become familiar with practical techniques. With the objective to learn research-based strategic learning and teaching practices we conduct workshops on various subjects, few names are mentioned below.
Workshop on Hands on Training on "Instrumentation and Microbiological Techniques"
Workshop on "Basic and Advanced Immunological Techniques"
Admission to the B.Sc. (H) Microbiology course is open to students of recognized board on satisfying the following conditions
The admission to the B.Sc. (H) Microbiology program will be done on the merit (based on the aggregate marks at 10+2 level) declared by the CCS University.Admission Procedure:
Following are to be shown/submitted along with the form - original and photocopy:
The B.Sc. Microbiology course is of 3 years. Each year has a perfect combination of subjects enlisted by the University curriculum
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|Paper||Title of Course|
|Paper||Title of Course|
|Course-I||Fundamentals of Microbiology|
|Mycology, phycology and protozoology|
|Course-IV||Instrumentation and cultural techniques|
|Subsidiary Course||Biology- I (zoology)- S-1|
|Biology- II (botany)- S- 2|
|P-1||Practicals based on Courses I & II|
|P-2||Practicals based on Courses III & IV|
|S-1||Practicals based on paper S-1 (Zoology)|
|S-2||Practicals based on paper S-2 (Botany)|
|Paper||Title of Course|
|Reproduction and Differentiation|
|Subsidiary Course||Biology- III (Zoology) S-3|
|Biology- IV (Botany) S-4|
|PR-1||Practicals based on Courses V & VI|
|PR-2||Practicals based on Courses VII & VIII|
|PR-3||Practicals based on Courses S-3 & S-4|
|Paper||Title of Course|
|Course-X||Food & Dairy Microbiology|
|Course-XI||Recombinant DNA Technology|
|Microbes in Environmental Biotechnology|
|Course-XIII||Fundamentals of Information Technology|
|Genomics Proteomics & Bio-informatics|
|Hons Course||* Diagnostic Microbiology|
|Hons Course||* Biosafety and Bioethics|
|PR-1||Practicals based on Courses IX & X|
|PR-2||Practicals based on Courses XI & XII|
|PR-3||Practicals based on Courses XIII|
Highly qualified, Well Experienced & Competent Research-Oriented Faculties, motivating and creating an environment for students to develop their skills and strengthen their knowledge. The strength of IMS Group lies in its choice of faculty members, all of whom have vast experience in addition to enviable academic qualifications. Faculty members are into research which helps them in creating knowledge and delivering the same to the students. This makes the institution academically vibrant.
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Learning by doing is the philosophy that IMS believes in. There are more than 20 student-driven clubs, divided into two categories- Life skill based clubs and Employability skill or Domain Clubs. The clubs are owned and managed by a student council and have monthly agenda, meetings and an event calendar that prudently followed for maximum opportunity and skill based learning outside classrooms.
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The candidate must have passed intermediate /10+2 with Biology or Maths with at least 45% marks for general & OBC and 40% marks for SC & ST candidates.
Candidates appearing for 10+2 examination or awaiting their results are also eligible to apply. Their candidature however, shall be considered subject to the clearance of the qualifying examination.