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DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY,Curriculum and Syllabus for. Postgraduate Programme in,Biochemistry,Under Credit Semester System. with effect from 2015 admissions,BROAD OBJECTIVES, Biochemistry is the point where chemistry biology and medicine meets and it deals. with the molecular interactions between various intra and inter cellular compartments of. living organisms and diseases, Biochemistry also contributes to protecting the environment by combating pollution. and designing biocompatible products The genetic engineering of plants has led to advances. in agriculture which include crop improvement and resistance to pest and diseases. Emphasizing the importance of biochemistry in medicine it helps in understanding of. the cellular and molecular processes involved in both health and disease leading to the. development of new treatments Advances in biochemistry are largely responsible for the. breakdown of traditional boundaries between cell biology medicine physics and chemistry. as their applications become increasingly wide reaching. Biochemistry provides the foundation of many disciplines opening up huge potential. for future career and placements for the students who successfully completes the degree It. helps in developing the skills needed to investigate both health and disease in biomedical. research and hospital laboratory,BOARD OF STUDIES,1 Dr Jose D Kaipallil Chairman.
Associate Professor and Head Dept of Zoology,S B College. Changanassery,2 Dr M S Latha,School of Biosciences. MG University,3 Dr Anie Y,Assistant Professor,School of Biosciences. MG University,4 Dr Valsa A K,Associate professor,Dept of Microbiology. Sreesankara College,5 Dr Ajith Joy K,Chairman and Managing Director.
DDRC SRL Pvt Ltd,6 Mr V S Sudheesh,Factory head and HR manager. Heart Valve Division,TTK Healthcare Ltd,Thiruvananthapuram. 7 Dr Asha S Mathew,Associate Professor,B K College. 8 Dr Joe Prasad Mathew,Associate Professor Dept of Zoology. S B College,Changanassery,9 Ms Biby Sara John,Assistant Professor on contract.
Dept of Biochemistry,S B College,Changanassery,10 Ms Ramlath Beegum L. Assistant Professor on contract,Dept of Biochemistry. S B College,Changanassery,11 Ms Shema Jacob,Assistant Professor on contract. Dept of Biochemistry,S B College,Changanassery,12 Ms Akshara Pradeesh Babu. Assistant Professor on contract,Dept of Biochemistry.
S B College,Changanassery,REGULATIONS FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN. BIOCHEMISTRY UNDER CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM 2015,1 SHORT TITLE. 1 1 These Regulations shall be called St Berchmans College Autonomous Regulations. 2015 governing postgraduate programme in Biochemistry under the Credit Semester. System SB CSS PG, 1 2 These Regulations shall come into force with effect from the academic year 2015. 2016 onwards, 2 1 The regulation provided herein shall apply to postgraduate programme in Biochemistry. conducted by St Berchmans College Autonomous with effect from the academic year. 3 DEFINITIONS, 3 1 University means Mahatma Gandhi University Kottayam Kerala.
3 2 College means St Berchmans College Autonomous, 3 3 There shall be an Academic Committee nominated by the Principal to look after the. matters relating to the SB CSS PG system, 3 4 Academic Council means the Committee consisting of members as provided under. section 107 of the Autonomy Ordinance Government of Kerala. 3 5 Parent Department means the Department the department of Biochemistry. 3 6 Department Council means the body of all teachers of the department of. Biochemistry, 3 7 Faculty Mentor is a teacher nominated by a Department Council to coordinate the. continuous evaluation and other academic activities of the postgraduate programme in. Biochemistry undertaken in the Department, 3 8 Programme means the entire course of study and examinations. 3 9 Duration of Programme means the period of time required for the conduct of the. programme The duration of the postgraduate programme in Biochemistry shall be four. 4 semesters, 3 10 Semester means a term consisting of a minimum of ninety 90 working days.
inclusive of examination distributed over a minimum of eighteen 18 weeks of five 5. working days each, 3 11 Course means a segment of subject matter to be covered in a semester Each Course. is to be designed under lectures tutorials laboratory seminar project practical. assignments evaluation etc to meet effective teaching and learning needs. 3 12 Course Teacher means the teacher who is taking classes on the course. 3 13 Core Course means a course that the student admitted to postgraduate programme in. Biochemistry must successfully complete to receive the Degree and which cannot be. substituted by any other course, 3 14 Elective Course means a course which can be substituted by equivalent course from. the same subject and the number of courses required to complete the programme shall. be decided by the Board of Studies, 3 15 Project means a regular project work with stated credits on which the student. conducts a project under the supervision of a teacher in the department any. appropriate research centre in order to submit a dissertation on the project work as. 3 16 Dissertation means a minor thesis to be submitted at the end of a research work. carried out by each student under the supervision of a teacher in the parent department. on a specific area, 3 17 Plagiarism is the unreferenced use of other authors material in dissertations and is a. serious academic offence, 3 18 Seminar means a lecture expected to train the student in self study collection of.
relevant matter from books and Internet resources editing document writing typing. and presentation, 3 19 Tutorial means a class to provide an opportunity to interact with students at their. individual level to identify the strength and weakness of individual students. 3 20 Evaluation means every student shall be evaluated by in semester assessment 25. and end semester assessment 75, 3 21 Improvement Examination is an examination conducted to improve the performance. of students in the courses of a particular semester. 3 22 Supplementary Examination is an examination conducted for students who fail in the. courses of a particular semester, 3 23 Improvement Course is a course registered by a student for improving the. performance in that particular course, 3 24 Supplementary Course is a course that is repeated by a student for having failed in. that course in an earlier registration, 3 25 The minimum credits required for completing postgraduate programme in.
Biochemistry is eighty 80, 3 26 Credit C of a course is a measure of the weekly unit of work assigned for that. course in a semester, 3 27 Course Credit One credit of the course is defined as a minimum of one 1 hour. lecture minimum of two 2 hours lab per week for eighteen 18 weeks in a semester. The course will be considered as completed only by conducting the final examination. 3 28 Grade means a letter symbol A B C etc which indicates the broad level of. performance of a student in a course semester programme. 3 29 Grade Point GP is the numerical indicator of the percentage of marks awarded to a. student in a course, 3 30 Credit Point CP of a course is the value obtained by multiplying the grade point. GP by the credit C of the course, 3 31 Semester Credit Point Average SCPA of a semester is calculated by dividing total. credit points obtained by the student in a semester by total credits of that semester and. shall be rounded off to two decimal places, 3 32 Cumulative Credit Point Average CCPA is the value obtained by dividing the sum.
of credit points in all the courses obtained by the student for the entire programme by. the total credits of the whole programme and shall be rounded off to two decimal. 3 33 Institution average is the value obtained by dividing the sum of the marks obtained. by all students in a particular course by the number of students in respective course. 3 34 Weighted Average Score means the score obtained by dividing sum of the products. of marks secured and credit of each course by the total credits of that. semester programme and shall be rounded off to two decimal places. 3 35 Grace Marks means marks awarded to course courses in recognition of meritorious. achievements of a student in NCC NSS Sports Arts and cultural activities. 3 36 First Second and Third position shall be awarded to students who come in the first. three places on the basis of overall marks in the programme in the first chance itself. 4 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE, 4 1 Students shall be admitted into the four semester Postgraduate programme. 4 2 The postgraduate programme in Biochemistry shall include two types of courses Core. Courses and Elective Courses There shall be a Project with dissertation to be. undertaken by all students The programme will also include assignments seminars. practical viva voce etc, 4 3 Total credits for postgraduate programme in Biochemistry is eighty 80 No course. shall have more than four 4 credits,4 4 Project Dissertation. Project shall be completed by working outside the regular teaching hours Project shall. be carried out under the supervision of a teacher in the department of Microbiology. and Biochemistry A student may however in certain cases be permitted to work on. the project in an industrial research organization on the recommendation of the. Supervisor There shall be an internal assessment and external assessment for the. project The external evaluation of the project work is followed by presentation of. work including dissertation and viva voce The following guideline shall be followed. while preparing the project report,Title should include be concise and informative. Abstract 150 to 250 words The abstract should not contain any undefined. abbreviations or unspecified references,Text Formatting.
Manuscripts should be submitted in Word, Use a normal plain font e g 12 point Times Roman for text. Use italics for emphasis, Use the automatic page numbering function to number the pages. Use the table function not spread sheets to make tables. Save your file in docx format Word 2007 or higher or doc format older. Word versions, Please use no more than three levels of displayed headings Eg 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. Abbreviations, Abbreviations should be defined at first mention and used consistently thereafter. Footnotes can be used to give additional information which may include the. citation of a reference included in the reference list They should not consist solely. of a reference citation and they should never include the bibliographic details of a. reference They should also not contain any figures or tables. Footnotes to the text are numbered consecutively those to tables should be. indicated by superscript lower case letters or asterisks for significance values and. other statistical data,Reference list, The list of references should only include works that are cited in the text and that have.
been published or accepted for publication Personal communications and unpublished. works should only be mentioned in the text Do not use footnotes or endnotes as a. substitute for a reference list, Reference list entries should be alphabetized by the last names of the first author of. Journal article, Harris M Karper E Stacks G Hoffman D DeNiro R Cruz P et al. 2001 Writing labs and the Hollywood connection Journal of Film Writing. 44 3 213 245,Article by DOI, Slifka M K Whitton J L 2000 Clinical implications of dysregulated. cytokine production Journal of Molecular Medicine doi 10 1007 s001090000086. Calfee R C Valencia R R 1991 APA guide to preparing manuscripts for. journal publication Washington DC American Psychological Association. Book chapter, O Neil J M Egan J 1992 Men s and women s gender role journeys. Metaphor for healing transition and transformation In B R Wainrib Ed. Gender issues across the life cycle New York Springer pp 107 123. Online document, Abou Allaban Y Dell M L Greenberg W Lomax J Peteet J Torres M.
Cowell V 2006 Religious spiritual commitments and psychiatric. practice Resource document American Psychiatric Association. http www psych org edu other res lib archives archives 200604 pdf Accessed. 25 June 2007, Journal names and book titles should be italicized. All tables are to be numbered using Arabic numerals. Tables should always be cited in text in consecutive numerical order. For each table please supply a table caption title explaining the components. of the table, Footnotes to tables should be indicated by superscript lower case letters or. asterisks for significance values and other statistical data and included. beneath the table body,Figures should be in JPEG or TIFF format. Figure Numbering, All figures are to be numbered using Arabic numerals. Figures should always be cited in text in consecutive numerical order. Figure parts should be denoted by lowercase letters a b c etc. If an appendix appears in your article and it contains one or more figures. continue the consecutive numbering of the main text Do not number the. appendix figures,Figure Captions, Each figure should have a concise caption describing accurately what the.
figure depicts, Figure captions should be provided below the figure. Dept of Microbiology Sreesankara College Kaladi 5 Dr Ajith Joy K Chairman and Managing Director DDRC SRL Pvt Ltd Ernakulam 6 Mr V S Sudheesh Factory head and HR manager Heart Valve Division TTK Healthcare Ltd Thiruvananthapuram 7 Dr Asha S Mathew Associate Professor B K College Amalagiri 8 Dr Joe Prasad Mathew Associate Professor Dept of Zoology S B College Changanassery 9 Ms

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