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Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

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Bachelor in Biomedical Science
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The program of study for B.Sc. (Biomedical
Science) comprised of eight semesters (four
academic years) and six semesters (three academic years) for lateral entry students. The curriculum and syllabus for the program is prescribed from time to time by Paramedical Council of India, New Delhi.
50% in 10+2 in PCBMinimum Qualification for Admission:
First Year B.Sc Biomedical Science:
The candidate should have passed 10+2 examination conducted by the respective state/central government authorities recognized as equivalent to 10+2 examination by the
Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with English as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry, and Biology P.C.B.) as
optional subjects.
On the basis of performance in the online Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) Test of 2 hours duration and personal interviewOn the basis of performance in the online Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) Test of 2 hours durations and personal interview. Rs. 80,000 per annum
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Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Bachelor in Biomedical Science in Jaipur is concerned with therapeutic substances their discovery, origin and nature, their development into medicines and their use in disease prevention and treatment.

Career Prospects

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

  • Production Department
  • Quality Assurance Department
  • Quality Control Department
  •  Pharma Sales and Marketing
  • Community Pharmacist in Hospitals
  • Clinical Research Department
  • Regulation of Clinical Research
  • Medical Transcription
  • Data Manager
  • Regulatory Department
  • Biotechnology Department
  • Teaching and Research
  • Career in Govt. Regulatory Bodies

Program Structure

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Semester 1

 

  • Proficiency in co-curricular activities
  • English Language
  •  Environmental Studies
  •  Human Anatomy and physiology -I
  • Cell Biology
  • Basic Haematology &clinical pathology –I lab
  •  Fundamentals of Biochemistry-I lab

Semester 2

  • Employability skills
  • Proficiency in co-curricular activities
  •  English Language II
  • Human Anatomy and physiology II
  •  Basic Haematology & clinical pathology-II
  • Fundamentals of Biochemistry
  •  Human Anatomy lab –II
  •  Basic Haematology &clinical pathology-II
  •  Fundamentals of Biochemistry –II lab

Semester 3

  • Employability skills
  •  Proficiency in Co-curricular activities
  •  Immunology and serology-I
  •  Principal of genetics
  •  Molecular Biology-I
  • Biostatistics
  • Bioorganic chemistry-I
  •  Immunology and serology –I lab
  •  Bioorganic chemistry-I lab
  •  Molecular Biology-I lab

Semester 4

  • Employability skills
  •  Proficiency in co-curricular activities
  •  Immunology and serology-II
  •  Molecular Biology-II
  •  Medicinal Chemistry
  • Bioorganic Chemistry-II
  •  Medicinal Chemistry lab
  •  Immunology and serology –II lab
  •  Bioorganic Chemistry -II lab
  •  Molecular Biology-II lab

Semester 5

University Core

  • Employability Skill
  • Proficiency in co-curricular Activities
  • Pharmacology
  •  Biophysics
  •  Clinical Biochemistry
  •  Genomics and proteomics
  •  Pharmacology lab
  •  Clinical Biochemistry lab
  •  Pharmacology lab

Semester 6

University core

  • Dissertation/Project work
  • Elective-I

Elective Subject:-

  • Toxicology
  • Medical Biotechnology
  • Social and Preventive medicine
  •  Recombinant DNA technology

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for Bachelor in Biomedical Science course based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
90%
Written Exams
10%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
80%
Independent Studies
20%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
60%
Independent Studies
30%
Placements
10%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this course based on student choices. biomedical science information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
50%
Practical Exams
50%

Year 2

Written Exams
50%
Practical Exams
50%

Year 3

Written Exams
50%
Practical Exams
50%
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