School of Life Sciences

School of Life Sciences

The School of Life Sciences in the beautiful campus of Sister Nivedita University encompasses various departments such as Microbiology, Biotechnology and Applied Nutrition and Dietetics. It is embellished with well-educated faculty members holding their doctoral degrees from different reputed institutes and Universities of India. The smart classrooms enable us to make our students understand the subject more interestingly and enthusiastically. We have well equipped laboratories where our students perform the practical experiments included in their course curriculum as well as conduct research under the guidance of the faculty members so that they can flourish their innovative ideas and nurture their experimental skills. We boost our students not only to build a bright career but to be a good human being and serve for the benefit of the society.

CoursesYearsSemesterEligibility CriteriaMarks Required
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics36Passed in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science)60%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Biotechnology36Passed in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science)55%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Microbiology36Passed in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science)55%
M.Sc. in Biotechnology24Passed B.Sc. in Biotechnology55%
M.Sc. in Microbiology24Passed B.Sc. in Microbiology55%
Ph.D in Biotechnology
Ph.D in Microbiology
Prof. (Dr.) Somsubhra Thakur Choudhury

Head of Department

PhD

Email: somsubhra.tc@snuniv.ac.in


RESEARCH INTEREST

Prof. Thakur Choudhury is involved in research on two major areas. Drug delivery system deals with the delivery of a therapeutic agent to the specific site in our body. The therapeutic agents or drugs have long been used to improve our health, to fight against the diseases and providing us an extended life. But the majority of the therapeutic agents face some major drawbacks like toxicity, resistance and poor bioavailability. In this respect, the drug delivery technology has opened a new avenue to improve the therapeutic efficacy of the drug. Prof. Thakur Choudhury’s research interest is to explore the drug delivery field specifically liposomal and nanoparticulated drug delivery. Primarily he wants to develop new formulations of conventional drugs to improve their therapeutic efficacy. In future, the prime objective will be to develop target specific delivery of cytotoxic drugs for critical diseases like cancer. Diagnosis of a disease is very important for proper and timely medication. In recent years a major thrust in the field of research is to develop an easy as well as efficient diagnostic tool for detection of disease. His objective is to develop easy, field adaptable diagnostic kits with higher sensitivity and specificity for the early detection of different infectious diseases as well as for different neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Prof. Thakur Choudhury has 2 years of teaching and 10 Years of Research experience.
  • He has 12 international journal and several conference publications.

Prof. (Dr.) Rajat Pal

Head of Department

PhD

Email: rajat.p@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

The primary focus of Prof. Pal’s research is studying bioremediation of heavy metal toxicity by microorganisms, and elucidating the molecular mechanisms of heavy metal toxicity (e.g. Antimony) resistance in several plant bodies. Specifically, he studies the genetic makeup and molecular pathways involved in heavy metal resistant bacteria by identifying the responsible genes and the genetic evolution of these genes. Alongside, he is investigating the role of selection pressure on the evolution of the heavy metal resistance in bacteria. The goal of this research is to discover the heavy metal toxicity resistant bacteria mediated protective mechanisms of plants and the evolution of these resistant bacteria.

The Pal lab is also analyzing the formulation and application of novel drug-nanoparticle conjugates, and the efficacy of nanocomposites using animal models. He is looking to identify the mechanisms by which nanocomposites impart protective effects against bacterial and cancer cell growth.

Additionally, Prof. Pal uses bioinformatics tools and computational models to solve molecular structures of nanoparticles and nanocomposite material. Through bioinformatics, he aims to understand the genetic alterations in heavy metal resistant bacteria.

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Pal has 14 years of teaching and 12 years of research experience.
  • He has appointed as Examiner for both UG and PG level examinations at many colleges and University.
  • He is member of Indian Science Congress and Indian Mycological Society.
  • He has eight international journal research publications and more than thirty national and international conference publications.
  • Recipient of Gold Medal from Department of Botany, Calcutta University.

Prof. (Dr.) Rajat Pal

Head of Department

PhD

Email: rajat.p@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

The primary focus of Prof. Pal’s research is studying bioremediation of heavy metal toxicity by microorganisms, and elucidating the molecular mechanisms of heavy metal toxicity (e.g. Antimony) resistance in several plant bodies. Specifically, he studies the genetic makeup and molecular pathways involved in heavy metal resistant bacteria by identifying the responsible genes and the genetic evolution of these genes. Alongside, he is investigating the role of selection pressure on the evolution of the heavy metal resistance in bacteria. The goal of this research is to discover the heavy metal toxicity resistant bacteria mediated protective mechanisms of plants and the evolution of these resistant bacteria.

The Pal lab is also analyzing the formulation and application of novel drug-nanoparticle conjugates, and the efficacy of nanocomposites using animal models. He is looking to identify the mechanisms by which nanocomposites impart protective effects against bacterial and cancer cell growth.

Additionally, Prof. Pal uses bioinformatics tools and computational models to solve molecular structures of nanoparticles and nanocomposite material. Through bioinformatics, he aims to understand the genetic alterations in heavy metal resistant bacteria.

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Pal has 14 years of teaching and 12 years of research experience.
  • He has appointed as Examiner for both UG and PG level examinations at many colleges and University.
  • He is member of Indian Science Congress and Indian Mycological Society.
  • He has eight international journal research publications and more than thirty national and international conference publications.
  • Recipient of Gold Medal from Department of Botany, Calcutta University.

Atreyi Ghosh

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: atreyi.g@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Dr. Atreyi Ghosh is interested in exploring the phenomenon of bioremediation of inorganic pollutants through microbial consortia present in contaminated habitats. She is engaged to understand the mechanism of uptake and transformation of pollutants especially heavy metals by indigenous population of cyanobacteria and anaerobic bacteria. Her research interests also encompass to design cost-effective bioreactor system to treat real waste water in vivo and in vitro condition. She is keen to analyze the pathways of transformation of the inorganic pollutants to their non-toxic form through those microorganism(s). She has already isolated and reported novel bacterial strains capable of treating multiple inorganic and organic pollutants from real industrial waste water in batch and continuous systems. In SNU her research team is engaged with microbial synthesis of metal nanoparticle and analysing their antifungal effect. Also the team is involved in finding the potential of isolated cyanobacterial strain for heavy metal removal. Her future research plan includes the formulation of phyto-bioremediation system to contaminated  wastewater  and also the process of bioleaching of rare earth materials using isolated bacterial strains.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Ghosh has 6 years of teaching and 10  Years of Research experience.
  • She has 4 international journal and several conference publications.

Fatema Calcuttawala

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: fatema.c@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Soil-dwelling actinomycetes are the most relevant class of microorganisms to expand one’s knowledge on antimicrobial substance production. Most clinically important antibiotics originate from them. However, multidrug resistance is threatening the future continual use of antibiotics. Hence there is a need to develop alternative environmentally friendly processes of nanoparticle synthesis which involves utilization of biological systems as nanofactories thereby promising an environmentally clean, nontoxic and economical process. Dr. Calcuttawala’s research interest is directed at sampling the soil actinomycetes of East Kolkata Wetlands (EKWs) and screening them for antimicrobial substances and nanoparticle production against a wide panel of phytopathogens. The EKWs have been designated as "wetland of international importance" under the Ramsar Convention in 2002. Microbial richness of this region is its hidden asset. Soil samples collected from the wetlands are expected to show the presence of various new strains of Actinomycetes which are not only ecologically important but also have commercial value. Furthermore, the nanoparticles synthesized may exhibit a synergistic effect with the antimicrobial substances produced by them and can serve as effective tools in overcoming the roadblock of controlling those phytopathogens which are difficult to eradicate using the conventional agricultural methods.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Calcuttawala has 2 years of teaching and 8 Years of research experience.
  • She has 4 international journal and several conference publications.

Prof. (Dr.) Milon Banik

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: milon.b@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Future research interest: Investigation of bacterial resistance mechanism, Development of new antibacterial & anticancer drug based on nanotechnology.

Origin of work: New approaches for the development of antibacterial agents as well as anti-apoptotic materials using different nanoparticles (NP) are designed to combat different kinds of bacterial infection and to use as a future potential drug against the growing emergence of cancer. Metallic NPs possess unique characteristics, which can be an alternative drug for the bacterial infection. Though the mechanism behind this resistant property of bacterial is investigated by different scientific communities and there is some common mechanism such as synthesis of a new enzyme that breaks the antibiotic, exclusion of antibiotics etc. In this context once the new antibiotic becomes obsolete and scientists are trying to develop a new one. On this ground, I am working to modify antibiotics by tagging with toxic heavy metals based on nanotechnology. As the antibacterial properties of metallic NPs are quite different from the traditional antibiotic, thus the amalgamated form Metallic NPs with antibiotics would surely achieve more different as well as devastating power. Moreover, the resistance mechanism of bacterial cells against one antibiotic will not impart any protection mechanism against metallic NPs. Another important aspect of my aim is to analyze the molecular level of interaction in resistant bacteria simultaneously against different kinds of antibiotics. Though there are some reports, but the lots of information is required to address the matter more precisely.  Last of all, the proposed NPs will also harm bacterial cells synergistic manner compare their metallic part applied alone. In addition, I would like to develop metallic NPs based anticancer agents primarily targeted against melanoma cancer.

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Banik has 4 years of teaching and 8 Years of Research experience.
  • He has 8 international journal and several conference publications.

Prof. (Dr.) Nilanjan Das

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: nilanjan.d@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Prof. Das is involved in research on bioactive compounds from plants and vegetables particularly his focus is on finding key bioactives from foods, spices or vegetables from Indian and Asian origin and to establish their efficacy and mechanism of action towards disease prevention.  He is also interested on the area of specific diets, phytochemicals and human health and on the mechanistic interplay of specific pre and probiotics in human health. His focus also lies in finding the interrelation of genetic and dietary factors in regulating various metabolic and biochemical pathways involved in the development of chronic diseases.

Another key research interest of Prof. Das is to explore the epigenetic mechanism of cancer development with emphasis on the role of fat diet and inflammation and their interplay. Preventive and/or therapeutic potential of plant bioactives while working in synergy to this catastrophe of cancer development involving epigenetic regime.

Prof. Das is also interested in identifying the synergy between bacteriocin, defensin and plant bioactive molecules towards the regulation of microbial genetic alteration for MDR.

The fundamental purpose of any diagnostic test is to help in determining whether a patient has or does not have a particular condition. Early detection always gives a better chance towards treatment and recovery from any diseases or disorder. To that end, several studies going on in this area for long time to improve specificity and sensitivity of the tool or to make it easy and pocket friendly. One of the research interest of Prof. Das is to develop suitable diagnostic kit for the early detection of nutrition related disorder.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

Prof. Das has 2 years of teaching and 15 Years of Research experience.

He has 10 international journal, 12 national journal, 2 book chapter and several conference publications.

Atreyi Ghosh

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: atreyi.g@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Dr. Atreyi Ghosh is interested in exploring the phenomenon of bioremediation of inorganic pollutants through microbial consortia present in contaminated habitats. She is engaged to understand the mechanism of uptake and transformation of pollutants especially heavy metals by indigenous population of cyanobacteria and anaerobic bacteria. Her research interests also encompass to design cost-effective bioreactor system to treat real waste water in vivo and in vitro condition. She is keen to analyze the pathways of transformation of the inorganic pollutants to their non-toxic form through those microorganism(s). She has already isolated and reported novel bacterial strains capable of treating multiple inorganic and organic pollutants from real industrial waste water in batch and continuous systems. In SNU her research team is engaged with microbial synthesis of metal nanoparticle and analysing their antifungal effect. Also the team is involved in finding the potential of isolated cyanobacterial strain for heavy metal removal. Her future research plan includes the formulation of phyto-bioremediation system to contaminated  wastewater  and also the process of bioleaching of rare earth materials using isolated bacterial strains.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  •   Prof. Ghosh has 6 years of teaching and 10  Years of Research experience.
  • She has 4 international journal and several conference publications.

Fatema Calcuttawala

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: fatema.c@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Soil-dwelling actinomycetes are the most relevant class of microorganisms to expand one’s knowledge on antimicrobial substance production. Most clinically important antibiotics originate from them. However, multidrug resistance is threatening the future continual use of antibiotics. Hence there is a need to develop alternative environmentally friendly processes of nanoparticle synthesis which involves utilization of biological systems as nanofactories thereby promising an environmentally clean, nontoxic and economical process. Dr. Calcuttawala’s research interest is directed at sampling the soil actinomycetes of East Kolkata Wetlands (EKWs) and screening them for antimicrobial substances and nanoparticle production against a wide panel of phytopathogens. The EKWs have been designated as "wetland of international importance" under the Ramsar Convention in 2002. Microbial richness of this region is its hidden asset. Soil samples collected from the wetlands are expected to show the presence of various new strains of Actinomycetes which are not only ecologically important but also have commercial value. Furthermore, the nanoparticles synthesized may exhibit a synergistic effect with the antimicrobial substances produced by them and can serve as effective tools in overcoming the roadblock of controlling those phytopathogens which are difficult to eradicate using the conventional agricultural methods.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Calcuttawala has 2 years of teaching and 8 Years of research experience.
  • She has 4 international journal and several conference publications.

Milon Banik

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: milon.b@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Future research interest: Investigation of bacterial resistance mechanism, Development of new antibacterial & anticancer drug based on nanotechnology.

Origin of work: New approaches for the development of antibacterial agents as well as anti-apoptotic materials using different nanoparticles (NP) are designed to combat different kinds of bacterial infection and to use as a future potential drug against the growing emergence of cancer. Metallic NPs possess unique characteristics, which can be an alternative drug for the bacterial infection. Though the mechanism behind this resistant property of bacterial is investigated by different scientific communities and there is some common mechanism such as synthesis of a new enzyme that breaks the antibiotic, exclusion of antibiotics etc. In this context once the new antibiotic becomes obsolete and scientists are trying to develop a new one. On this ground, I am working to modify antibiotics by tagging with toxic heavy metals based on nanotechnology. As the antibacterial properties of metallic NPs are quite different from the traditional antibiotic, thus the amalgamated form Metallic NPs with antibiotics would surely achieve more different as well as devastating power. Moreover, the resistance mechanism of bacterial cells against one antibiotic will not impart any protection mechanism against metallic NPs. Another important aspect of my aim is to analyze the molecular level of interaction in resistant bacteria simultaneously against different kinds of antibiotics. Though there are some reports, but the lots of information is required to address the matter more precisely.  Last of all, the proposed NPs will also harm bacterial cells synergistic manner compare their metallic part applied alone. In addition, I would like to develop metallic NPs based anticancer agents primarily targeted against melanoma cancer.

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Banik has 4 years of teaching and 8 Years of Research experience.
  • He has 8 international journal and several conference publications.

Prof. (Dr.) Somsubhra Thakur Choudhury

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: somsubhra.tc@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Prof. Thakur Choudhury is involved in research on two major areas. Drug delivery system deals with the delivery of a therapeutic agent to the specific site in our body. The therapeutic agents or drugs have long been used to improve our health, to fight against the diseases and providing us an extended life. But the majority of the therapeutic agents face some major drawbacks like toxicity, resistance and poor bioavailability. In this respect, the drug delivery technology has opened a new avenue to improve the therapeutic efficacy of the drug.

Prof. Thakur Choudhury’s research interest is to explore the drug delivery field specifically liposomal and nanoparticulated drug delivery. Primarily he wants to develop new formulations of conventional drugs to improve their therapeutic efficacy. In future, the prime objective will be to develop target specific delivery of cytotoxic drugs for critical diseases like cancer.

Diagnosis of a disease is very important for proper and timely medication. In recent years a major thrust in the field of research is to develop an easy as well as efficient diagnostic tool for detection of disease. His objective is to develop easy, field adaptable diagnostic kits with higher sensitivity and specificity for the early detection of different infectious diseases as well as for different neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Thakur Choudhury has 2 years of teaching and 8 Years of Research experience,
  • He has 10 international journal and several conference publications

Prof. (Dr.) Somsubhra Thakur Choudhury

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: somsubhra.tc@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Prof. Thakur Choudhury is involved in research on two major areas. Drug delivery system deals with the delivery of a therapeutic agent to the specific site in our body. The therapeutic agents or drugs have long been used to improve our health, to fight against the diseases and providing us an extended life. But the majority of the therapeutic agents face some major drawbacks like toxicity, resistance and poor bioavailability. In this respect, the drug delivery technology has opened a new avenue to improve the therapeutic efficacy of the drug.

Prof. Thakur Choudhury’s research interest is to explore the drug delivery field specifically liposomal and nanoparticulated drug delivery. Primarily he wants to develop new formulations of conventional drugs to improve their therapeutic efficacy. In future, the prime objective will be to develop target specific delivery of cytotoxic drugs for critical diseases like cancer.

Diagnosis of a disease is very important for proper and timely medication. In recent years a major thrust in the field of research is to develop an easy as well as efficient diagnostic tool for detection of disease. His objective is to develop easy, field adaptable diagnostic kits with higher sensitivity and specificity for the early detection of different infectious diseases as well as for different neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson.

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Prof. Thakur Choudhury has 2 years of teaching and 8 Years of Research experience.
  • He has 10 international journal and several conference publications

Argha Chakraborty

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: argha.c@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Dr. Argha Chakraborty is investigating the relationship between surface chemistry and topography of biomaterials mainly to understand the anti-infective response mechanisms of fungal cells. His research helps combat fungal infections from biomedical devices and directed towards presenting long term solutions for preventing fungal outbreaks from healthcare settings in highly populated areas.

Dr. Chakraborty has also been involved in the development of innovative vaccine delivery systems that can reduce the chances of blood-borne infections due to needle-stick injuries in immunisation programs. With an international recognition, Dr. Chakraborty is aiming to tackle the problems of fungal infections with the help of scientifically translatable point of care technologies.

Specifically, Dr. Chakraborty is designing approaches to study the interface between cells (both human and microbial) and materials surfaces with the help of plasma based surface modification technologies like plasma polymerisation and Deep Reactive Ion Etching (DRIE). On surfaces, plasma polymerisation can provide a chemical modification with the presence of hydrocarbon based cross linked polymers containing reactive functional groups such as aldehyde, epoxide, alcohol, carboxide, etc., whereas in case of DRIE, a physical modification of surfaces can be achieved. Thus, with the help of these surface modification tools, Dr. Chakraborty is advancing our understandings of biomaterials design and tissue engineering for the development of anti-fungal devices.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Dr. Chakraborty has 6 years of research and teaching experience both in national and international organisations.

Argha Chakraborty

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: argha.c@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Dr. Argha Chakraborty is investigating the relationship between surface chemistry and topography of biomaterials mainly to understand the anti-infective response mechanisms of fungal cells. His research helps combat fungal infections from biomedical devices and directed towards presenting long term solutions for preventing fungal outbreaks from healthcare settings in highly populated areas.

Dr. Chakraborty has also been involved in the development of innovative vaccine delivery systems that can reduce the chances of blood-borne infections due to needle-stick injuries in immunisation programs. With an international recognition, Dr. Chakraborty is aiming to tackle the problems of fungal infections with the help of scientifically translatable point of care technologies.

Specifically, Dr. Chakraborty is designing approaches to study the interface between cells (both human and microbial) and materials surfaces with the help of plasma based surface modification technologies like plasma polymerisation and Deep Reactive Ion Etching (DRIE). On surfaces, plasma polymerisation can provide a chemical modification with the presence of hydrocarbon based cross linked polymers containing reactive functional groups such as aldehyde, epoxide, alcohol, carboxide, etc., whereas in case of DRIE, a physical modification of surfaces can be achieved. Thus, with the help of these surface modification tools, Dr. Chakraborty is advancing our understandings of biomaterials design and tissue engineering for the development of anti-fungal devices.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

  • Dr. Chakraborty has 6 years of research and teaching experience both in national and international organisations.

Fatema Calcuttawala

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: fatema.c@snuniv.ac.in


RESEARCH INTEREST

Soil-dwelling actinomycetes are the most relevant class of microorganisms to expand one’s knowledge on antimicrobial substance production. Most clinically important antibiotics originate from them. However, multidrug resistance is threatening the future continual use of antibiotics. Hence there is a need to develop alternative environmentally friendly processes of nanoparticle synthesis which involves utilization of biological systems as nanofactories thereby promising an environmentally clean, nontoxic and economical process. Dr. Calcuttawala’s research interest is directed at sampling the soil actinomycetes of East Kolkata Wetlands (EKWs) and screening them for antimicrobial substances and nanoparticle production against a wide panel of phytopathogens. The EKWs have been designated as "wetland of international importance" under the Ramsar Convention in 2002. Microbial richness of this region is its hidden asset. Soil samples collected from the wetlands are expected to show the presence of various new strains of Actinomycetes which are not only ecologically important but also have commercial value. Furthermore, the nanoparticles synthesized may exhibit a synergistic effect with the antimicrobial substances produced by them and can serve as effective tools in overcoming the roadblock of controlling those phytopathogens which are difficult to eradicate using the conventional agricultural methods.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Prof. Calcuttawala has 2 years of teaching and 8 Years of research experience.
  • She has 4 international journal and several conference publications.

Prof. (Dr.) Moumita Das

Tutor

PhD

Email: moumita.m@snuniv.ac.in


R E S E A R C H   I N T E R E S T

Dr. Das is interested in research involving nutraceuticals in the prevention of lifestyle induced non-communicable diseases and drug delivery system. The present global scenario projects two major problems in public health sector; the lack of healthy sustainable lifestyle and the lack of drugs at affordable rate. Moreover, the drugs/therapeutic agents available in the market are also often associated with high cost, toxicity and low bioavailability. Keeping in mind these social issues, deriving health benefits from commonly consumed herbs, vegetables and spices could be an effective alternative. This could lead to new arena of research in nutraceuticals and their efficacy in preventing lifestyle induced several diseases.

Dr. Das’s field of research includes exploring commonly consumed vegetables and spices for their nutritive and pharmacological benefits and identifying their active components. In addition, owing to the low bioavailability of certain nutraceuticals, proper formulation of nanoparticles or nanoparticle encapsulated nutraceuticals for targeted drug delivery has also been studied by Dr. Das. The nanoparticle formulation of nutraceuticals improves the efficacy and bioavailability of the therapeutic agent and is potential in preventing lifestyle induced diseases like, Diabetes, Cardiovascular disorders, Obesity and certain cancer as well.

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   E X P E R I E N C E

•Dr. Das has about 1 Year of teaching and 7 Years of Research experience.

•She has 13 publications in national & international journals and several conference proceedings.

Ms. Beepsa Basu

Lab Instructor (Dietetics)

M.Sc. in Food and Nutrition

Email: beepsa.b@snuniv.ac.in


Currently there is no Notice
CoursesFee During Admission (Including 1st Semester Fee / 1st installment for annual scheme)Fee 2nd semester / 2nd installment onwardsProgram Fees Total
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics5800022000168000
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Biotechnology7000034000240000
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Microbiology7000034000240000
M.Sc. in Biotechnology6950033500170000
M.Sc. in Microbiology6950033500170000
Ph.D in Biotechnology
Ph.D in Microbiology

 

SNU SchoolDepartmentCourseCurriculum Structure & Syllabus
School of Life SciencesApplied Nutrition and DieteticsB.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Nutrition and DieteticsClick To View
School of Life SciencesBiotechnologyB.Sc. (Hons.) in BiotechnologyClick To View
School of Life SciencesMicrobiologyB.Sc. (Hons.) in MicrobiologyClick To View
School of Life SciencesBiotechnologyM.Sc. in BiotechnologyClick To View
School of Life SciencesMicrobiologyM.Sc. in MicrobiologyClick To View
School of Life SciencesBiotechnologyPh.D in BiotechnologyClick To View
School of Life SciencesMicrobiologyPh.D in MicrobiologyClick To View


Currently there is no F.A.Q.