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PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES PSOs BIOCHEMISTRY, Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry will. PSO1 Understand the function of biological molecules through the study of their molecular. PSO2 Develop an understanding of the chemical and regulatory interrelationship between. major cellular synthetic and catabolic pathways, PSO3 Gain insights into the nature of diseases and clinical diagnostic procedures. PSO4 Acquire critical thinking skills laboratory techniques so as to enable designing. conducting and interpreting scientific experiments. PSO5 Appreciate proficiency in related disciplines such as molecular biology endocrinology. and immunology, PSO6 Learn to work as a team to solve problems with traditional and modern laboratory. PSO7 Identify a plan for higher education or career in diverse fields. Vels Institute of Science Technology and Advanced Studies. SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES,DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY. BOARD OF STUDIES,Sl No Name Address Designation,Dr R Sangeetha.
1 Associate Professor and Head Chairperson,Department of Biochemistry. School of Life Sciences,Vels University Chennai 600 117. Dr A Geetha,Professor and Head,2 Department of Biochemistry External Expert. Bharathi Women s College,Chennai 600 108,Dr R Arivazhagan. Associate Professor Head,3 Dept of Clinical BioChemistry External Expert.
Cancer Institute,Adayar Chennai 600 020,Dr K G Kripa. Associate Professor,4 Department of Biochemistry,Internal Member. School of Life Sciences,Vels University Chennai 600 117. Dr V Vanitha,Associate Professor,Internal Member,5 Department of Biochemistry. School of Life Sciences,Vels University Chennai 600 117.
Dr K Gayathri,Assistant Professor Internal Member,Department of Biochemistry. Vels University,Dr R Padmini,Assistant Professor Internal Member. Department of Biochemistry,Vels University Chennai 600 117. Ms P Surya Alumni,Application Specialist M Sc Advanced Biochemistry. CPC Diagnostics 2010 2012 Batch,Gopalapuram Chennai.
BIOCHEMISTRY,Curriculum and Syllabus,Based on Choice Based Credit System. Effective from the Academic year,BIOCHEMISTRY,CURRICULUM. Total Credits 135,CATEGORY SUB TITLE OF THE PAPER Hours Week CREDIT. CODE L T P S,FIRST SEMESTER,CORE 15BBC001 Cell Biology 6 4. CORE 15BBC002 Practical I Qualitative Analysis 6 2. CORE 15BBC003 Practical II Microbiology Practicals 3 2. DSE Discipline Specific Elective 1 5 4,AECC 15LTA001 5.
15LHN001 Language I Tamil French Hindi 4,AECC 15LEN001 Foundation English I 5 4. TOTAL 21 9 20,SECOND SEMESTER,CORE 15BBC004 Introduction to Biomolecules 6 4. CORE 15BBC005 Practical III Titrimetry 4 2, CORE 15BBC006 Practical IV Cell biology Practicals 3 2. DSE Discipline Specific Elective 2 5 4,AECC 15LTA002 5. 15LHN002 Language II Tamil French Hindi 4,AECC 15LEN002 Foundation English II 5 4.
SEC Skill Enhancement Course 1 2 2,TOTAL 21 9 22,THIRD SEMESTER. CORE 15BBC007 Biochemical Techniques 5 4, CORE 15BBC008 Practical V Biochemical Preparations 3 2. CORE 15BBC009 Practical VI Separation Techniques 3 2. DSE Discipline Specific Elective 3 5 4,AECC 15LTA003 5. 15LHN003 Language III Tamil French Hindi 4,AECC 15LEN003 English For Communication I 5 4. GE Generic Elective 1 2 2,SEC Skill Enhancement Course 2 2 2.
TOTAL 22 8 24,FOURTH SEMESTER,CORE 15BBC010 Human Physiology 5 4. CORE 15BBC011 Practical VII Hematology 3 2, CORE 15BBC012 Practical VIII Nutritional Biochemistry 3 2. Practicals,DSE Discipline Specific Elective 4 5 4,AECC 15LTA004 5. 15LHN004 Language IV Tamil French Hindi 4,AECC 15LEN004 English For Communication II 5 4. AECC 15EVS201 Environmental Studies 2 2,GE Generic Elective 2 2 2.
TOTAL 24 6 24,FIFTH SEMESTER, CORE 15BBC013 Enzymes Intermediary Metabolism I 6 4. CORE 15BBC014 Clinical Biochemistry I 6 4,CORE 15BBC015 Practical IX Enzymology 6 3. DSE Discipline Specific Elective 5 6 4,DSE Discipline Specific Elective 6 6 4. Industrial Visit 1,TOTAL 24 6 20,SIXTH SEMESTER, CORE 15BBC016 Enzymes Intermediary Metabolism II 6 4. CORE 15CBB017 Clinical Biochemistry II 6 4, CORE 15BBC018 Practical X Clinical Biochemistry 6 3.
DSE Discipline Specific Elective 7 6 4,DSE Discipline Specific Elective 8 6 4. CORE 15BBC019 Group Project 6,TOTAL 24 6 25,Total Credits 135. List of Electives,List of Discipline Specific Electives. 1 15BBC101 Microbiology, 2 15BBC102 Fundamentals of Computers and Statistics. 3 15BBC103 Bioinformatics,4 15BBC104 Clinical Nutrition.
5 15BBC105 Essentials of Endocrinology,6 15BBC106 Basics of Molecular Biology. 7 15BBC107 Immunobiology,8 15BBC108 Biotechnology,9 15BBC109 Nutrition and Health. 10 15BBC110 Lifestyle diseases,11 15BBC111 Stem cell biology. 12 15BBC112 Developmental Biology,13 15BBC113 Cancer Biology. 14 15BBC114 Plant and Animal Tissue Culture,15 15BBC115 Neurobiology.
16 15BBC116 Plant Biochemistry,List of Generic Electives. 1 15BBC151 Principles of Genetics,2 15BBC152 Pathological Basis of Diseases. 3 15BBC153 Natural Resources Management,4 15BBC154 Intellectual Property Rights. 5 15BBC155 Herbal Technology,6 15BBC156 Pharmacology. List of Skill Enhancing Courses,1 15NSS255 NSS,2 15BBC251 Enterpreneurship Development.
3 15BBC252 Medical Lab Diagnostics,4 15BBC253 Techniques for Forensic Science. 5 15BBC254 Medical Lab Diagnostics II,CORE COURSES. 15BBC001 CELL BIOLOGY 6004,Course objectives, Cell biology is increasingly important in all life sciences Many of the advancements in modern. science are the result of a better understanding of cellular components and their functions An. understanding of cell biology is an asset in modern science it provides knowledge about the. composition structure and function of organelles and other cellular components and their. biological activities,Course outcomes, After the completion of this course the student will be able to. CO1 Define clearly what is meant by life and living organisms and explain the mechanisms. that underlies the evolution of life on earth, CO2 Describe the structural characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
CO3 Study the basic chemical composition of cell with an emphasis on the structure of. protein carbohydrate lipids and nucleic acid, CO4 Describe the plasma membrane composition structure and function. CO5 Describe membrane physiology including transport mechanisms across membranes. CO6 Illustrate the organization of the cell and structure and function of the constituent. organelles, CO7 Study the components of cell s cytoskeleton and its involvement in cell movement. CO8 Identify the major cellular events that occur during cell division and cell cycle. CO9 Explain the concept of DNA as genetic material and its organization in the nucleus. CO10 Describe the different ways in which cells communicate recognize and adhere one. Unit 1 An overall view of cells 12, Origin and evolution of cells Cell theory Classifications of cells Structure of Prokaryotic and. Eukaryotic cells Molecular composition of Cells Water Carbohydrates Lipids Nucleic acids. and Proteins,Unit 2 Cell membrane 12, Fluid Mosaic Model of membrane structure Membrane proteins and their properties Membrane. carbohydrates and their role Transport across membranes diffusion active and passive transport. Unit 3 Organelles I 12, Endoplasmic reticulum types structure and functions Golgi apparatus structures and.
functions Lysosomes structure and functions morphology functions of peroxisomes and. glyoxysomes ribosomes types structure and functions. Unit 4 Organelles II 12, Mitochondria Structure and function Chloroplasts structure and functions Cytoskeleton Types. of filaments and their functions Microtubules Chemistry and function. Unit 5 Cell dynamics 12, Nucleus structure and functions Chromosome chromatin structure the cell cycle Phases of. cell cycle Meiotic and mitotic cell divisions cell cell communications cell recognition cell. adhesion and cell functions,Total 60 hours,Text Books. 1 Devasena T Cell Biology Oxford University Press India First edition 2012. 2 Rastogi S C Cell Biology Newage Publishers 2008,Reference Books. 1 David L Nelson Michael M Cox Lehninger Principles of biochemistry W H Freeman. company New York 4th edition 2007, 2 Karp G Cell and Molecular Biology Concepts and Experiments John Wiley Sons Inc 6th.
Edition 2010, 3 De Robertis E D P De Robertis E M F Cell and Molecular Biology Lippincott Williams. Wilkins Philadelphia 8th edition 2006, 4 Cooper G M and Hausman R E The Cell A Molecular Approach Sinauer Associates Inc. 6 edition February 1 2013,15BBC002 PRACTICAL I QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS 0062. Course objectives, This course is concerned with basic lab skills These skills include the accurate use of pipettes. making solutions and safety measurements along with the identification of biomolecules such as. carbohydrates proteins and aminoacids by suitable tests. Course outcomes, After the completion of this course the student will be able to.
CO1 Identify the given solution as carbohydrate or amino acid. CO2 Identify sugar as aldose and ketose, CO3 Classify sugar as monosaccharide disaccharide and polysaccharide. CO4 Demonstrate sugar as reducing and non reducing sugar. CO5 Identify pentose and hexose sugar,CO6 Study general color reaction of proteins. CO7 Distinguish aromatic amino acids and basic amino acid. CO8 Determine sulfur containing amino acid,CO9 Study general color reaction of proteins. CO10 Study properties Denaturation precipitation and hydrolysis of proteins. List of Experiments,1 Qualitative analysis of monosaccharides aldoses. 2 Qualitative analysis of monosaccharides ketoses,3 Qualitative analysis of reducing disaccharides.
4 Qualitative analysis of non reducing disaccharides. 5 Qualitative analysis of polysaccharides,6 Qualitative analysis of pentoses. 7 Qualitative analysis of aromatic amino acids, 8 Qualitative analysis of sulphur containing amino acids. 9 Qualitative analysis of basic amino acids,10 General colour reactions of protein. 11 Denaturation and precipitation of proteins, 12 Hydrolysis of proteins and colour reactions of hydrolysate. Text Books, 1 J Jayaraman Laboratory Manual in Biochemistry New Age International Publishers 2011.
2 S Sadasivam A Manickam Biochemical Methods New age publishers 2009. Reference Books, 1 Harold Varley Practical Clinical Biochemistry CBS 6 edition 2006. 2 S K Sawhney Randhir Singh Introductory Practical Biochemistry Alpha Science. International Ltd 2 edition 2005, 15BBC003 PRACTICAL II MICROBIOLOGY PRACTICALS 0032. Course objectives, This paper aims at providing a basic understanding of microbes their structure and function The. applications of micro organisms has also been dealt with. Course outcomes, After the completion of this course the student will be able to. CO1 Gain knowledge about microbiology laboratory practices and biosafety steps to be. CO2 Understand the basic principles and applications of instruments employed at. microbiology lab biosafety cabinet autoclave incubators and microscopes. CO3 Demonstrates skill in staining techniques Simple and Gram staining techniques. CO4 Demonstrate the motility of bacteria by Wet mount method. CO5 Learns to demonstrate the motility of bacteria by Hanging drop method. CO6 Gains practical skill in the preparation and sterilization of Liquid and Solid Basal. CO7 Perform the streaking techniques simple streaking plate method and quardant. streaking plate method, CO8 Identify different types of bacteria and methods of culturing them.
CO9 Develop the skill to identify explain the function and uses of common culture media. CO10 Demonstrates ability to explain about the macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of. microorganisms,List of Experiments,1 Microbiology Laboratory Practices and Biosafety. 2 To study the principle and applications of important instruments biological safety of. cabinets autoclave incubator BOD incubator hot air oven light microscope pH meter. 3 Simple staining of bacteria,4 Gram staining of bacteria. 5 Wet mount Technique for the demonstration of the motility of bacteria. 6 Hanging Drop Technique for the demonstration of the motility of bacteria. 7 Preparation of liquid Basal media,8 Sterilization of liquid Basal media. 9 Preparation of Solid Basal media,10 Sterilization of liquid Basal media. 11 Simple Streak plate method,12 Quadrant streak plate method.
Text Books, 1 Atlas RM Principles of Microbiology 2nd edition W M T Brown Publishers 1997. 2 Pelczar MJ Chan ECS and Krieg NR Microbiology 5th edition McGraw Hill. Book Company 1993,15BBC004 BIOMOLECULES 6004,Course objectives. Biomolecules is to study about the structure and biological function of molecule that is present. in living organisms including large macromolecules such as proteins polysaccharides lipids. and nucleic acids as well as small molecules such as primary metabolites secondary. metabolites and natural products,Course outcomes, After the completion of this course the student will be able to. CO1 Easily understand the basic concepts functions of solutes chemical bonding and. PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES PSOs BIOCHEMISTRY Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry will PSO1 Understand the function of biological molecules through the study of their molecular structure PSO2 Develop an understanding of the chemical and regulatory interrelationship between major cellular synthetic and catabolic pathways

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