Department of Biotechnology Engineering

Dr. H.G. Nagendra
Professor & HOD

The Department of Biotechnology was started in the year 2002, with a 4 year BE program and a humble intake of 30 students. Being the first institution under the Visvesvaraya Technology University (VTU) to perceive the requirement for an undergraduate technical program in Biotechnology, Sir MVIT played a pioneering role in the formulation of the curriculum, starting with the preparation of draft syllabus, organization of seminars/conferences/workshops, initiating industry-institute interactions etc. Today, the department is entrenched with a talented group of faculties drawn from diverse fields such as, Bioinformatics, Plant biotechnology, Microbial biotechnology, Protein chemistry, Environmental Engineering, Bioprocess technology, Chemical Engineering etc. Apart from bestowing quality training, the department has distinguished itself in the spheres of R & D activities too. The department obtained recognition as an R & D centre by VTU in 2006, and in 2011, an M. Tech Program in Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering was started as well. Thus, it offers M. Tech., M. Sc (Engg.) by Research and Ph.D. programs.
Over these 19 years, the department has steadily grown in terms of its facilities, academics, co-curricular and extracurricular activities. With a clear mission and vision, the Department of Biotechnology has moved forward in academia, securing a total of 21 University level ranks. Many of the graduates have pursued and are pursuing higher studies at various Universities in India and abroad like Indian Institute of Science, IITs, NIFTEM, VIT, Amity, Harward medical school, NUS, North Carolina, Iowa, Warwick Nottingham, Exeter, Massey, Monash, Melbourne, Johns Hopkins, Texas, Georgetown, Georgia, Florida, Carnegie Melon, Uppsala, Max Planck, Maddison, Utah, Lousiana, Wageningen, Hamburg, Ludwick, etc. Our alumni are working/pursuing their careers at reputed organizations like IISc, IITs, NCBS, UAS, IIHR, US-FDA, National Cancer Institute, Quintiles, Biocon, Syngene, Monsanto/Bayer, AstraZeneca, Strand Life Sciences, Sami Labs, Cerner, Dell, Ernst & Young, Goldmann Sachs, Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant, IBM, Biocon Bristol-Myers Squibb Research & Development Center (BBRC) to name a few. Some of them have even started their own ventures as well, and become successful entrepreneurs. The R & D centre has 20 Research Scholars registered for their higher degrees at the department and 13 have successfully finished their assignments. MOUs with 7 organizations have been signed for collaborative research activities. Funded projects worth Rs. 2.9 Crores from various funding agencies like KHT-UK, DST, DBT, ICMR UGC, VTU, VGST, KSPCB, BMS-USA etc., have been executed/carried out. The faculty and students have been actively involved in Research projects in domains like Structural Biology, Bioinformatics, Environmental science, Herbal drugs, Microbiology, Fermentation technology, and Chemical Engineering. The faculty of the department has guided about 150+ UG/PG projects. The faculty and students have published over 117 Research Publications in various National/International Journals and presented over 95 posters at National/International Workshops. The highlight of the department is the establishment of an incubation centre, where our BE and M. Tech alumni have setup start-up ventures on the campus for facilitating the conversion of PoCs to Product development and Commercialization. DBT-BIG labs and BIRAC funded companies are executing projects worth Rs. 6.5 Crores at this centre.
Over the years, the department has conducted over 8 National Conferences, 65 Student Development programmes, 7 faculty development programmes, 8 curriculum development programmes, 45 industrial visits and 97 forum talks from eminent personalities. Regular Alumni and Stake-Holder’s meets are organized by the department. Over 37 issues of the Department newsletter (Genesis) has been published. More than 95 prizes have been won by our students at various intercollegiate / inter-university sports / literary / art / cultural competitions.

  • To develop the department as a centre of excellence by promoting quality education, research and innovation for enabling sustainable growth and development in biotechnology
  • To enable skill building in BT for addressing the needs of academia and industry through skill enhancement programs.
  • To inculcate professional ethics and social responsibilities amongst the graduates through diverse activities.
  • To foster innovation-based research activities and promote Entrepreneurial opportunities to address socio-economic issues via conferences and workshops.
  1. Identify, analyse and solve problems related to design, manufacture, operation and/or maintenance of biological and bioengineering systems.
  2. Apply modern tools and techniques to develop solutions for domain specific problems of socio-economic significance like hazard management, food and nutrition, healthcare etc.
  3. Work effectively as individuals and as team members in multidisciplinary project, displaying soft skills and due regard for the code of ethics and professional practice.
  4. Engage in lifelong learning, career enhancement and adapt to changing professional and societal needs.
  • Graduates demonstrate strong theoretical basics and experimental skills in biosciences and bioengineering which serve as foundation elements for the program.
  • Graduates capable of identification, formulation and analysis of data, based on research literature reviews to address complex problems in various spheres such as nutrition, healthcare and environment to name a few.
  • Graduates capable of applying biotechnology - based ideas and strategies in individual and multidisciplinary activities in order to contribute to the global pool of essential information, knowledge and skills
  • Graduates demonstrate entrepreneurial skills, while assimilating the elements of engineering management, IPR and allied domains.




Dr. H .G. Nagendra Prof & Head Ph. D
Dr. Priya Narayan Professor M. Phil, Ph. D.
Dr. Mrinalini Menon Assoc.Prof Ph. D.
Dr. Rajendra Singh C. Assoc.Prof Ph. D.
Dr. Jagadeesh Kumar D. Assoc.Prof M. Sc, Ph. D.
Dr. Rashmi K .V Assoc.Prof M. Sc, Ph. D.
Ms. A. Niveditha Assoc.Prof ME, (Ph. D)
Dr. Sudevi Basu Asst. Prof M. Tech, Ph. D.
Mr. Manjunath R. Asst. Prof M. Tech
Ms. Halima R. Asst. Prof M. Tech, (Ph. D)
Mr. Ishwar Chandra Asst. Prof M. Tech, (Ph. D)
Dr. Hariharan P. Asst. Prof M. Phil, Ph. D.
Undergraduate Programme:
  • BE in Biotechnology Engineering  (4 Yrs)
Postgraduate Programme
  • M.Tech in Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering (2 Yrs)
  • M.Sc in Biotechnology Engineering (by Research) (2 Yrs) – Research based program
Doctorate Programme
  • Ph.D. – Both Science and Engineering (3-6 Yrs) – Research based program

National Science Day 2022

National Science Day 2022

Awareness Program On B.E. Biotechnology: “Prospects & Career Opportunities In Biotechnology”
15th February 2020

Value addition in Sericulture farming on 04/03/2021

Biology Experiments and Models exhibition for School Students, 24/03/2021

One-Day Student Development Programme (SDP): Webinar Lecture Series On “Genomics and Proteomics Tools for Sustainable Agriculture ” 19/12/2020

"10-WEEK LECTURE SERIES ON DRUG DISCOVERY" (webinar series) supported by Biocon-BRISTOL MYERS SQUIBB, Bengaluru, April 05 – May 07, 2021

National Science Day Celebration as community outreach program for nearby school children on 28th February 2018.

Webinar on 3D Bioprinting and applications – 19/6/2021

A One-Day Webinar on Health, Food and Nutrition in Commemoration of World Nutrition Day on 28/5/2021

Three Day SDP on “Advanced Molecular Techniques” from 17th to 19th May 2018.

One Day SDP on Biosolemnates - Soft Skill Development Program”conducted on 29th September 2018.

Third  Integrative Workshop on Downstream Processing of Phytopharmaceuticals - Research & Industrial Applications  Duration – 10 Days (Only on Saturdays) - 25th August - 3rd November, 2018 (collaborative efforts of Himalaya Drug Company & Sir MVIT)

A 5 – DAY SDP On “Micro-array data and NGS sequencing Data Analysis and applications in drug discovery” conducted on 6th to 10th  August 2018

A 10 Monday Lecture series on “Drug Discovery” in association with Biocon-Bristol Mayer Squibb conducted 3rd September  and 16th  November 2018

A 10 Monday Lecture series on “Drug Discovery” in association with Biocon-Bristol Mayer Squibb conducted 3rd September and 16th November 2018 A 3-DAY STUDENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (SDP) ON “Clinical Research Data Management, Pharmacovigilance, Medical Writing and Medical Coding”
Workshops/SDP Organized
  • Online Competition on AICTE-VTU activity presentation for 3rd Semester Students on 23rd January 2021
  • Seminar presentation competition on topics of “Genomics and Proteomics” on 9th January 2021
  • Online Competition on AICTE-VTU activity presentation for 5th Semester Students 28th December 2020
  • One-Day Student Development  Programme  (SDP): Webinar   Lecture   Series   On “ Genomics  and  Proteomics  Tools  for  Sustainable Agriculture  ”  19th December  2020
  • Mock interview completion for final year students
  • Final Year Student’s project presentation competition
  • One-Day Online workshop as part of World Environment Day 5 th June, 2020
  • SDP on “Learn by Mistakes- Experimental approach for Molecular Biology experience” 12th and 13th of March 2020
  • National Science Day (Community outreach program) 28th Feb 2020
  • 3-DAY SDP on “Clinical Research Data Management, Pharmacovigilance, Medical Writing and Medical Coding” 3rd to 5th February, 2020
  • One day SDP on “Science Writing” 7th November 2019
  • 2 Day SDP on “Fundamentals of Next Generation Sequencing” 26th and 27th Sep 2019
  • One day SDP on “Genomics Data Analysis” 23rd August, 2019
  • 10-Days Integrative workshop Downstream processing of phytopharmaceuticals” (In association with The Himalaya Drug Company) August to December  2019
  • “Statistical analysis for project work  using MS-Excel” March 2019
  • 4 Day SDP on “Challenges and Opportunities in Biological Data Management” 28th to 31st   Jan 2019
  • Expert lecture series (9 Days) on Drug Discovery Course in association with Biocon - Bristol-Myers SquibbReserach Centre August – November 2018
  • 10-Days Integrative workshop on Downstream processing of phytopharmaceuticals (In association with The Himalaya Drug Company) 25th Aug - 3rd Nov 2018
  • “Hands on workshop on insilico drug discovery tools” 9th and 10th November 2018
  • One Day SDP on “Biosolemnates - Soft Skill Development Program” 29/09/ 2018
  • Three Day SDP on “Advanced Molecular Techniques” 17th to19th May 2018
  • 6 Day Student Development Program on Techniques in Food Biotechnology 31st July to 5th August 2017
  • 10-Mondays Expert lecture Series on Drug Discovery Techniques with the support of BMS-BBRC, Bangalore 21st August to 13th November 2017
  • One day Genomics Awareness Program with Bionivid Technology, Bangalore26th September 2017
  • One day workshop on lead Optimization and Candidate Selection in association with Zastra Innovations and Optibrium, UK., FNDR, Ocymum 6th October 2017
  • Downstream processing of phytopharmaceuticals – research & industrial applications The Himalaya Drug Company 18th February 2017 to 22nd April 2017
  • Essentials of project work : the first steps towards scientific research' March 30th-31st 2017
  • 9-Day Student Development Program (SDP) on Techniques in Protein Purification 27th January to 4th February 2017
  • 3-Day Student Development Program (SDP) on Biological Data Analysis 23 to 25 January 2017
  • Clinical Data Analysis July 25th to 30th 2016
  • 1-Day student development programme for the students of Biotechnology Biosoliminates-2016 16 APRIL 2016

Class/Tutorial Room - As per AICTE norms

Laboratory - As per AICTE norms

Computer Centre - As per AICTE norms

Library - As per AICTE norms

Seminar Halls - As per AICTE norms

Electrophoresis units, Peristaltic Pump, Ultraviolet-Visible Spectrophotometer, Cooling Centrifuge, Baby Fermentor, PCR, Incubator, BinocularMicroscope, Cooling Microfuge, High Speed Cooling Centrifuge, Ultrafiltration assembly, Colony Counter, UV –Transilluminator, White light-Transilluminator, Autoclave, Distillation Setup (Simple, Packed Column, and Steam), Heat Transfer through packed bed, dryer, Wetted Wall Column Equipment, Sieve Analysis Shaker, Leaf filter equipment, Packed bed extraction, Vertical Condenser, Computerised Flow Control, Pressure Control, and Temperature Control equipment’s, InteractionSystems, on –Interaction Systems, Single Tank System, Batch Reactor, Plug Flow Reactor, Mixed Flow Reactor, Venturimeter Equipment, Orifice equipment, Centrifugal pump, Reciprocating Pumps, Plate and Frame Filtration Equipment, Settling Equipment., Friction in Pipe equipment, Open Orifice.

Grants Received

Project Title

Year of Sanction

Funding Agency

Total Amount Sanctioned

Name of The Staff

Large Scale Super Critical Fluid Extraction Of Silymarin (Milk Thistle), To Be Used As A Hepato-Protectant And Nutritional Feed Supplemetn In Pultry Feed 2021 KSCST 5000.00

Dr. H G Nagendra

Mrs. Priyanka R

Tanaav Saathi : A Mobile Based Application To Manage Covid Related Stress 2021 KSCST 5000.00

Dr. H.G. Nagendra

Dr. Girinath G Pillai

Tomato Crop Health Evaluation 2021 KSCST 5000.00 Dr. H G Nagendra
Super Critical Fluid Extraction Of Sandalwood Seed Oil For Purification Of Ximenynic Acid, An Anti-Ageing Component. 2021 KSCST 5000.00

Dr. H G Nagendra

Mrs. Deepa H N

AICTE-SPICES Grant 2021 AICTE 1.0 Lakh

Dr. Rashmi KV

Ms. Halima R

Package and practices to rear edible grade Eri silkworm and formulation of nutraceutical recipe comprising of the same 2021 DBT 45.7  Lakhs   Dr. H G Nagendra
“A Study To Evaluate The Relationship Of Toxic Metals In Drinking Water And Air That Influence The Progression Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2dm)” 2020 KSCST 6000 Dr. Jagadeesh Kumar D
“Application Of Diatomite Particles In Sequencing Batch Reactor For Treating Domestic Wastewater For Reusable Purpose” 2020 KSCST 6000 Dr. Sudevi Basu
“Extraction Of High Value Bioactive Components Like 1-Dnh, Gaba, Chlorophyll Etc From Abundantly Available Silkworm Litter” 2020 KSCST 6500 Dr. H G Nagendra
Additional Revenue Generation Model For Chikballapur Sericulture Farmers By Producing High Value Silk Sheets For Textile And Non-Textile Applications 2020 DST-WOS (B) 21.8 Lakhs Dr. H G Nagendra
Evaluation Of A Non-Antibiotic Feed Supplement Towards Enhancement Of Immune Response Against Mycoplasma Infection In Poultry To Prevent The Occurrence Of Complicated Chronic Respiratory Disease” 2019 BIRAC 48.25 Lakhs   Dr. H G Nagendra
In Vitro And Ex Vivo Pharmacological Studies of CaesalpiniaBonducella Extract 2019 Bristol Myers Squibb 3.46 Lakhs  

Dr. H G Nagendra

Dr. Priya Narayan

“Development of Silkworm Rearing Techniques for Producing Naturally Coloured Cocoons and Fibres” 2018 DST (SEED) 24.86 Lakhs

Ms. Deepa

Dr. H G Nagendra

“Evaluation of a Non-Antibiotic Feed Supplement Towards Enhancement of Immune Response Against Mycoplasma Infection in Poultry to Prevent The Occurrence of Complicated Chronic Respiratory Disease ” 2018 BIRAC-PACE 49.75 Lakhs

Ms. Ashwathy Das

Dr. H G Nagendra

Development of Fusarium Resistant Banana CV Elakki Bale Through Chemical Mutagenesis of Embryogenic Cells and Mass Screening for Resistance 2018 BIRAC-SBIRI 34 lakhs (MVIT BT share –9 lakhs) Dr. H G Nagendra
“Computational Strategies to Investigate the Therapeutic Potentials of Snake Venom Toxins for Specific Neuro-Degenerative Disorders” 2018 ICMR 16.54 lakhs

Dr. H G Nagendra

Mr. Jagadeesh Kumar

“Development of Fusarium Resistant Banana CV Elakki Bale Through Chemical Mutagenesis of Embryogenic Cells and Mass Screening for Resistance” 2017 BIPP-BIRAC (DBT-GoI) 27 lakhs

Dr. H G Nagendra

Mrs. Rashmi K V

Awareness of Women’s Legal Rights 2017 National Commission for Women for Conduct of  College-Level Competition 23,505/- Dr. Minalini Menon
Unexplored Bioactivity Studies from Fluid Extracts of Spathodea Companulat 2017 BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB 3.14 lakhs Dr. Rajendra Singh
Bench Scale Production of Snowflake Cordyceps and Cordyceps Militaris through Solid State and Submerged Fermentation, Respectively for Nutraceutical Applications 2017 BIPP-BIRAC (DBT-GOI) for 264.35 INR Lakhs (BIRAC Support to MVIT 68.50 Lakhs INR 264.35 lakhs [Support to MVIT 68.5 lakhs] Dr. Priya Narayan
Insitu Solution for Heavy Metal Contaminated Lake Waters of Bangalore 2017 KSCST 7000 /- Dr. Priya Narayan
Entitled  “Evaluation Of Pesticide Induced Neurotoxicity / Carcinogenicity in Common Fruits / Vegetables, Towards Suggesting an Alternative Herbal Formulation as a Potential Bio-Pesticide” 2017 KSCST 6500/- Mr. Jagadeesh Kumar
Heavy Metal Removal from Contaminated Lakes of Bangalore 2017 KSPCB 50000/-

Dr. Priya Narayan

Mr. Harish B G

“Establishment of Pilot-Scale Supercritical Fluid Extraction Unit for Nutraceutical and Cosmoceutical Products Development” 2016 Collaborative Project Funded by BIPP-BIRAC (DBT-GOI) 201 lakhs (MVIT-BT share 24.60 lakhs) Dr. H G Nagendra
“Molecular Cloning Expression and Characterisation of Thermostable Thrombolytic (Blood Clot Dissolving) Metalloprotease from an Alkalophilic Bacillus Subtilis Into Pichia Pastoris 2016 DST/SERB 11 Lakhs Dr. Chandrashekhar Naik
Green Synthesis and Characterization of Silver Nanoparticles from Jatropha Curcas to Enhance Lipase Activity 2016 KSCST 9000/- Mrs. Halima R

Incubation Center

Name of the Incubation Centre

Year of Establishment

Name of activities carried out in the Incubation Centre during Jan 2017- Dec 2017

No. of Involved Students

Technology Incubation Centre, Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology 2013
  • Companies Incubated:
    • Aspartika Biotech Pvt Ltd
    • Mallipathra Nutraceutical Pvt Ltd
    • Krimmi Biotech LLP
    • Foundation for Neglected Disease and Research
  • Projects funded:
    • 1 Project funded under DST-WoSB scheme
    • 1 Project funded under DST-SYST scheme
    • 1 Project funded under DBT-BIG scheme

Incubation Centers

Sl No Name Of The Company Focus Areas Year of Establishment
1 Aspartika Biotech Pvt. Ltd Waste Management  and Wealth Creation 2013
2 Foundation for Neglected Disease Research (FNDR) Drug Development for Neglected Diseases (Malaria and Tuberculosis) Graduated in 2019 2014
3 Mallipathra Nutraceuticals Pvt. Ltd Nutraceuticals from Fungal Sources 2014
4 Krimmi Biotechnology Pvt Ltd Biopesticides 2016

Benefits of Association

The brand value of Sir MVIT has been enriched by such associations. TV programs on CNBC and DD channels have been telecast about these ventures, highlighting our institute’s support.
Collaborative Projects worth Rs. 211 Lakhs
Number of Awards won by the Incubates 15
Financial Support extended towards  3 events about INR 1 lakh
Number of Lectures delivered as subject experts from these companies FOUR
International seminars represented by the teams: THREE (Branding Sir MVIT)
Total number of students trained: 92 (for the students of the department)
KSCST funded projects: 14 (for the students of the department)
M.Tech projects: 6 (for the students of the department)
B.E projects: 9 (for the students of the department)
Anveshana projects: 14 (for the students of the department)
Number recruited through projects 8
VGST funded projects: TWO
BIPP projects 2 (along with the faculty of the department)
SBIRI projects 3 (along with the faculty of the department)

Innovative Projects

  • Bioremediation of heavy metals from contaminated water bodies
  • Design of Automated reactor for the production of bio-modified Ghee
  • Bioactivity studies from fluid extracts of Spathodea companulata and Bonducnut
  • Novel products from Mucuna Puriens, Herbal formulations and Silk Worms
  • App Development - Plant Health Evaluation and Stress Management

Dr Rashmi K V received "Young Scientist Award"  for her research presentation at the "3rd International Conference on Applications of Natural compounds, Nanomaterials, Oncolytics in Cancer Biology and Biotechnology (ICANNOCB-22)" organized by School of Life Sciences in  Association of Cancer Education and Research (ACER), B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science & Technology, Chennai, India and  Purdue University, USA on 27th-28th October, 2022.

Honorable vice president Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu confers six BIRAC Innovator Awards along with and Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Science & Technology, GOI, took part in “Global Bio India 2021 held on 3rd March 2021.
Awards were selected through rigorous evaluation process, under the category of Energy Environment and Secondary Agriculture category.
"Dr.Priya Narayan, Associate professor, Dept. of BT, Sir MVIT and Dr. Mousami Mondal and Team from Mallipathra Nutraceutical Private Limited, Incubatee @ Sir MVIT won the BIRAC Innovator award -2020 during the award ceremony of the “Global Bio India 2021 held on 3rd March 2021 by the Board of Biotechnology Industry Research Council (BIRAC), Department of Biotechnology, Government of India.

Aspartika Biotech Pvt Ltd - Winner in the National Entrepreneurship Awards 2019 under the Renewable Energy and Waste Management sector of the A1 Category, conferred by Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey,, the Honorable Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, GoI, on 9th November, 2019, New Delhi. Aspartika Biotech Pvt Ltd - Winner of the Smart Bio Award 2019 in India Bio-Bangalore Tech Summit, for the outstanding contribution to the Bio-Industrial Sector, conferred by Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of Higher Education, Medical Education and IT, BT, S&T, GOK, on 19 November 2019. Since the DCM was not able to be present, it was the conferred by the executive members KBITS. Mallipathra Nutraceutical Pvt Ltd - Winner of the Smart Bio Award 2019 in India Bio-Bangalore Tech Summit, for the outstanding contribution to the Agriculture Sector, conferred by Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of Higher Education, Medical Education and IT, BT, S&T, GOK, on 19 November 2019. Since the DCM was not able to be present, it was the conferred by the executive members KBITS. Krimmi Biotech LLP - Awarded with the BIRAC INNOVATOR AWARD 2019 for the Best Innovation in Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences and Aquaculture, conferred by Dr. Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce & Industry and Minister of Railways, GoI, during the Global Bio India, 2019

DST SYST entitled "Development of Silkworm Rearing Technique for Production of Naturally Colored Cocoon & Fibre"

  • Infrastructure Resources at the various labs worth Rs. 2.55 Crores
  • Recognized as a Research Center by VTU in 2005
  • Funded projects executed / being carried out – Funding to the tune of Rs. 2.42 Crores
  • 7 functional MOUs with organizations (industries & institutes)
  • Business Incubation Centre by the New Start-ups (8 projects – 4 companies)
  • 12 Research scholars & project assistants working under the department faculty
  • 05 MSc Engineering Degrees and 4PhD Degree Awarded to Candidates
  • 77 Research Publications from the department faculty and students
  • 38 Projects carried out by students from other organization (Training & Consultancy )
  • 78 Presentations at National/International Conferences by the department faculty
  • 8 Memberships with Professional Bodies
  • 9 National/International Conferences conducted
  • 63 Student Development Programmes conducted
  • 13 Faculty Development Programmes conducted
  • 18 Curriculum Development Programmes conducted
  • 46 Industrial visits organized for students
  • 115 Expert Talks under the departmental forum (JAIVIK) conducted
  • 19 University ranks obtained
  • 110 prizes won by our students at intercollegiate/inter-university competitions
  • 9 Proactive alumni-meets conducted by the department
  • 35 Issues of Department News Letter (Genesis) edited by the students


Photo Name Rank Year of Graduation
Sarika Y 3rd Rank 2006
Revathi D.S 7th Rank 2006
Manjeet Mukherjee 9th Rank 2007
Prajna Shanbhogue 6th Rank 2010
Vinaya Viswanathan 2nd Rank 2011
Anjana Kamath 5th Rank 2011
Donna Belle James 9th Rank 2011
Nayana N 10th Rank 2011
Harshitha A 8th Rank 2012
B Aparna 10th Rank 2016
Arpita Ananth 9th Rank 2017
Unni Maya 10th Rank 2017
Bhavana Nagaraja 9th Rank 2019
Pooja H.V 5th Rank 2019
Sonli S Naik 2nd Rank 2019


Photo Name Rank Year of Graduation
G U L Mounika 1st Rank 2012
Ojal Sarah Paul 2nd Rank 2012
Shubha B 3rd Rank 2012
Aparna  Sahajan 1st Rank 2013
Roopa A 2nd Rank 2013
Lakshmi N 3rd Rank 2013




Mr. Hariharan P. M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D Instructor
Mr. Narasimha Murthy B. DME Asst. Instructor
Ms. Rohini M .R M.Sc. Lab Technician
Ms. Savithri C. B.Com., DP&CSW Clerk/Typist
Mr. Srinivasaiah 10th Peon


  • In silico evaluation of naturally isolated triterpene glycosides (TG) from Gymnema sylvestre towards diabetic treatment, Rashmi, S., Kumar D, J., Nagendra, H., Manonmani,H.,11November2021,HELIYON,
  • Receptor based virtual screening of potential novel inhibitors of tigar [TP53 (tumour protein 53)-induced glycolysis and apoptosis regulator,Jagadeesha Poyya, D. Jagadeesha Kumar, H.G. Nagendra, B. Dinesh, S.J. Aditya Rao, Chandrashekhar G. Joshi, Medical Hypotheses,Volume 156, 2021, 110683, ISSN 0306-9877
  • The Current Understanding and Potential Therapeutic Options to Combat COVID-19 Subash, Srividya and Pandit, Shivam and H G, Nagendra, (January 3, 2021). Available at SSRN: or
  • Synthesis, characterization and antibacterial studies of calcite-zincite nanoparticles Sampath Kumar, Shantha V, Chandrashekhar Naik ,Rajendra Singh C, .Hariharan P. Volume 46, Part 7, 2021, Pages 2520-2527
  • Imaging in Diagnosis and Management of COVID 19: A short Review, K.V Prasad, Jagadeesh Kumar D, Narayan P, Govindaraju M, Nagendra H G, Imaging in diagnosis and management of COVID 19: A short review. IP Int J Med Microbiol Trop Dis 2020;6(4):193-197
  • Protocol for Medicine and Technology for COVID-19- A Mini Review, Kashyap, Arjun and GK, Prashanth and H G, Nagendra and PA, Prashanth, (October 16, 2020). Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 51-60, July-September 2020
  • Effect of doping (with cobalt or nickel) and UV exposure on the antibacterial, anticancer, and ROS generation activities of zinc oxide nanoparticles Prashanth G K, P. A. Prashanth, Padam Singh, B. M. Nagabhushana, C. Shivakumara, Krishnaiah G M, H. G. Nagendra, H. M. Sathyananda & Vinita Chaturvedi(2020) Journal of Asian Ceramic Societies, 8:4,1175-1187, DOI: 10.1080/21870764.2020.1824328,
  • Spectroscopic and insilico Studies of Aβ (1-16) on Copper induced conformational changes in Poly (dG-dC). Poly ( dG-dC) [Poly(GC)] DNA sequence: Implications in Alzheimer’s disease Govindaraju M, Jagadeesh Kumar D, Narayan P, Rao K R S S, Rao K S, IP Indian J Neurosci 2020;6(3):174-182
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis of Kabini River at Nanjangud, Karnataka, India K S Lokesh, Sudevi Basu Seybold Report 15 (8), 2340-234
  • Optimization of process parameters for the green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Plackett-Burman and 3-level Box–Behnken Design R, Halima & Narula, Archna & Sivakiran, R.R. (2020). 10.21203/
  • In vitro antibacterial, antioxidant and cytotoxicity response of CuO nanoparticles prepared by lemon juice and citric acid fueled solution combustion synthesis H.M. Sathyananda, P.A. Prashanth, B.M. Nagabhushana, G.M. Krishnaiah, H.G. Nagendra, M.S. Dileep, G.K. Prashanth. (2020 International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(8s), 3678 - 3690. Retrieved from
  • In vitro antibacterial and anticancer response of MgO nanoparticles prepared by solution combustion synthesis K.R. Mohana, P.A. Prashanth, B.M. Nagabhushana, G.M. Krishnaiah, H.G. Nagendra ,M.S. Dileep, G.K. Prashanth. (2020). International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(8s), 3668 - 3677. Retrieved from
  • Correlation among hydrophobic aromatic and aliphatic residues in the six enzyme classes Anindita Roy Chowdhury (Chakravarty); H.G. Nagendra; Alpana Seal, International Journal of Computational Biology and Drug Design 2020 Vol.13 No.2
  • Discovery of anti-influenza nucleoside triphosphates targeting the catalytic site of A/PR/8/34/H1N1 polymerase Pagadala NS, Bhat R, Kumar D J, Landi A. Med Chem Res. 2020;1-15. DOI:10.1007/s00044-020-02561-0
  • Isolation, identification and evaluation of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimitotic properties of bio- active pigment from Rhodococcus corynebacterioides SCG11 Naik, Chandrashekhar. (2020) 1-14. 10.33500/ijambr.2020.08.001.
  • Optimization of Protoplast Isolation and Micropropagation Techniques in Rose. Anwesha Ash, Geetanjali Chakraborty, K.V. Agricultural Science Digest.2020.(40):167-170
  • Superparamagnetic hematite nanoparticle: Cytogenetic impact on onion roots and seed germination response of major crop plants. Rath K, Ranganathan P, Vasappa RK, Balasundaram ST. Superparamagnetic hematite nanoparticle: IET Nanobiotechnol. 2020 Apr,14(2):133-141. DOI: 10.1049/iet-nbt.2019.0189. PMID: 32433030
  • Variations in the TRNHPSBA region of Mucuna pruriens L.(DC.) varieties of India: an insight on intraspecific diversity. Rashmi K.V., Sathyanarayana N., Vidya S.M Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 53.3 (2019): 284-290, 2019
  • Enzyme profiles of green gram seeds pre-treated with the herbal drug “Kokilaksha” followed by restoration of conditions favouring germination Mamtha, M., Priya Mohan., Mrinalini Menon International Journal Of Scientific & Technology Research Volume 9, Issue 03 : 6121-6126 ( ISSN 2277-8616), 2019
  • Computational Studies to Decipher The Plausible Inhibition Of Type III Secretion System (T3ss) ATPases Involved In Bacterial Motility And Virulence Jagadeesh Kumar D, Sneha Paturi, Kiran chandrika S, Ashwathi P, Priya Narayan, NagendraH G Research Journal of Life Sciences, Bioinformatics, Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences, 5(2) DOI: 10.26479/2019.0502.78,2019
  • Evaluation of Pharmacological Properties of Caesalpinia bonducella Seed and Shell Extract Vigasini Subbiah, Pannaga Nagaraja, Priya Narayan, Holenarasipur GunduRao Nagendra, Pharmacognosy Journal, 11(1) DOI: 10.5530/pj.2019.1.25, 2019
  • Disruption of Biofilms by the action of Peptides from Human Placental Extract Bandyopadhyay, Sambit; Narayan, Priya; Selvan, Arul; Nagendra HG IOSR Journal Of Dental And Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS), 17, (11) DOI: 10.9790/0853-1711053034
  • Morphological And Phylogenetic Identification Of A Hyper Laccase Producing Strain of Schizophyllum Commune NI-07 Exhibiting Delignification Potential Vidya Pradeep Kumar, Chandrasekhar Naik, Manpal Sridhar, Indian Journal of Biotechnology, Vol 17,PP 302-315, 2018
  • Study of Contact Time on Effectiveness of Natural Adsorbents to Adsorb Crystal Violet Dye Sudevi Basu, Tanushree Deb, Vanitha Nagliekar, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development, (IJSRED), 2(3)
  • Variations in the trnHpsbA region of Mucuna pruriens(DC.) varieties of India: an insight on intraspecific diversity. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 53, no. 3; 284-290. DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-5182,2019
  • Characterization of paper and pulp properties from weed species Ranjana Neelagar, Rakshitha Yathish, Shuchintha Srinivasa, Rashmi Kanugodu Vasappa, Journal of Applied Biology and Biotechnology,6(6) DOI: 10.7324/JABB.2018.60610, 2018
  • "Potential Use of Silver Nanoparticles In Water Filter Tanks As An Antimicrobial Agent "Journal Of Water Pollution & Purification Research, 5(3), 2018
  • Comparative study of natural decolourizing agents for degradation of melanoidin present in biomethanated molasses spent wash International Journal of ChemTechResearch, 11(2) DOI=, 2018
  • Production of Value Added Products Like Mushrooms from Distillery Yeast Sludge as Nutrient Source. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research,2018
  • In Silico Docking Analysis Of Amyloid Precursor Protein Intracellular Domain Aicd- Peptide With Neuronal Cytoplasmic And Nuclear Membrane Proteins And Its Relevance In Neuronal Death And Ad Pathogenesis Jagadeesh Kumar D, Mainak Mondal, Kapil Kumar Mehta, Priya Narayan, H.G. NagendraIndian Journal Of Neurosciences , Vol.3, Issue 3 , Pp : 92-99 DOI: 10.18231/2455-8451.2017.0025, 2018
  • Comparison Of Anticancer Activity Of Biocompatible Zno Nanoparticles Prepared By Solution Combustion Synthesis Using Aqueous Leaf Extracts Of Abutilon Indicum, Melia Azedarach And Indigoferatinctoria As Biofuels Prashanth GK, Prashanth PA, Nagabhushana BM, Ananda S, Krishnaiah GM, Nagendra HG, Sathyananda HM, Rajendra Singh C, Yogisha S, Anand S, Tejabhiram Y. Artif Cells Nanomed Biotechnol. 2018 Aug;46(5):968-979. doi: 10.1080/21691401.2017.1351982. Epub 2017 Jul 18. PMID: 28719999.
  • "Isolation, Production And Purification Of New Thrombolytic Enzyme From Cladosporium Spp" Naik, Chandrashekhar. European Journal Of Biotechnology And Bioscience Issn: 2321-9122, 2018 Volume 6; Issue 2; March 2018; Page No. 01-04
  • Enhanced delignification of lignocellulosic substrates Pichia GS115 expressed recombinant laccase" Kumar VP, Kolte AP, Dhali A, Naik C, Sridhar M. J Gen Appl Microbiol. 2018 Sep 27;64(4):180-189. doi: 10.2323/jgam.2017.11.006. Epub 2018 Apr 25. PMID: 29695661.
  • Validation Of Dna Barcoding Markers In Common Mucuna Species Of India For Taxonomy And Pharmacognosy Applications KV Rashmi, N Sathyanarayana, SM Vidya. Plant Gene , 12 , Pp : 98-104, 2018 Silver Nanoparticles In Water Filter Think Nano , No. 3 , Pp : 62, 2018
  • Waste Pisum Sativum Pods As Adsorbent In Decolourizing Synthetic Dyes International Journal For Research & Development In Technology (Ijrdt), Vol 7, Issue 6, PP. 237 - 239, ISSN: 2349-3585, 2017
  • Sequence Analysis And Phylogenetic Studies Of Hypoxia Inducible Factor-1- Alpha (Hif- 1α) Poyya J, Joshi CG, Kumar DJ, Nagendra HG. Cancer Inform. 2017;16:1176935117712242. 2017 . doi:10.1177/1176935117712242
  • "Characterization Of A Hypothetical Protein Yvre From Bacillus Subtilis Indicates Its Key Role As Glucono-Lactonase In Pentose Phosphate Pathway And Glucose Metabolism Reshma SV, Sathyanarayanan N, Nagendra HG. 2017 Dec 31;13(12):430-438. doi: 10.6026/97320630013430. PMID: 29379263; PMCID: PMC5767921.
  • "Use Of Gene Specific Universal Primers For Isolation Of Dna Sequences Encoding Laccase Enzyme From A Wild Isolate Of Schizophyllum Commune" Kumar, Vidya & Kolte, Atul & Dhali, Arindam & Naik, Chandrashekhar & Sridhar, Manpal. (2017). Biotechnology Journal International. 20. 1-11. 10.9734/BJI/2017/37022.
  • Comparison Of Decolourizing Efficiency Of Waste Pisum Sativum Pod Adsorbent On Single And Mixture Of Synthetic Dyes Sudevi Basu Juhi, Kavya H, Rajlaxmi Dash, Sumi, International Journal For Scientific Research & Development (Ijsrd), Vol.5, No. 6, Pp. 845 – 851, 2017
  • "Effects Of Waste Pisum sativum Pod Adsorbent Size And Dose On Efficiency Of Decolourization Of Synthetic Dyes" Sudevi Basu Juhi, Rajlaxmi Dash, Sumi, International Journal For Research In Applied Science And Engineering Technology (Ijraset) , Vol.5, No.11 , Pp : 2430 – 2436, 2017
  • “Effect Of Important Parameters On Adsorption Efficiency Of Methylene Blue Dye” International Journal For Science And Advance Research In Technology (Ijsart), Vol.3, No.12, PP : 258 – 261, 2017
  • Comparitive Study Of Single And Mixture Of Adsorbents On Efficiency Of Adsorption International Journal Of Technical Innovation In Modern Engineering And Science(Ijtimes), 4(6), Pp 791-795, 018
  • Experimental Conformational Energy Maps Of Protein And Peptides, Balaji GA, Nagendra HG, Balaji VN, Rao SN. Proteins. 2017 Jun;85(6):979-1001. doi: 10.1002/prot.25266. Epub 2017 Mar 7. PMID: 28168743.
  • Therapeutic Properties Of Processed Aqueous Extract Of Asteracantha Longifolia In The Human G. Satyanarayana Murthy1, T. P. Francis , C. Rajendra Singh, K. Somasundar, , H. G. Nagendra, and N. B. Sridhar Current Science, Vol 112, No 5 (10), PP 110-118, DOI: 10.18520/cs/v112/i05/982-988, 2017
  • "In Vitro Antimicrobial, Antioxidant And Anticancer Studies Of Zno Nanoparticles Synthesized By Precipitation Method" Prashanth, G. K.; Prashanth, P. A.; Nagabhushana, B. M.; Ananda, S.; Nagendra, H. G.; Rajendra Singh, C.Advanced Science, Engg. and Medicine (Asem) Vol. 8, 1-8, 2016. Issn: 2164-6627(If-0.7039) DOI: 10.1166/asem.2016.1854, 2016
  • Insilico Investigations Of Snake Venom Toxins As Therapeutic Peptides For Treating Auto Immune Disorders (Rheumatoid Arthritis) Chavan, Vinay & Naik, Chandrashekhar & H G, Nagendra. (2016). . International journal of computational biology and VI(1). 7-10.
  • Isolation And Charecterization Of Lantibiotic Producing Lactic Acid Bacteria From Ambali, Aged Mango Pickle Probiotics Revansiddappa ., Chandrashekhar Naik Journal Of Bioinformatics, Issn:2393-8722, Vol-3, Issue-3, 2016
  • Chromium Removal using Trichoderma viride as Biosorbent Niveditha , Archna Volume: 05 Special Issue: 15 | ICRAES-2016 | Sep-2016, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology EISSN: 2319-1163 | PISSN: 2321-7308
  • Colour Removal Of Textile Industry Effluent Using Waste Pea Pods As Adsorbent Sudevi Basu, International Research Journal Of Engineering And Technology (Irjet), Vol-3, Issue 12,PP. 190 – 192, Issn:2395-0056, 2016
  • A Review On Green Synthesis Of Silver Nanoparticle Charecterization And Optimization Parameters International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology IJRET: EISSN: 2319-1163, PISSN: 2321-7308 DOI: 10.15623/ijret.2016.0527010, 2016
  • "Decolourisation Of Distillery Spent Wash On The Background Of Various Bio-Remediation Strategies” International Journal Of Innovative Research In Science, Engineering And Technology , Vol. 7, Issue 1 , Pp : 93-104, 2018 Cd and Computational Studies On Ab(1-16) Suggests Determinants Of Ligand Binding And Plausible Prevention Of Metal Induced Toxicity Via Betaine Like Molecules Priya Narayan, D. J. Kumar, M. Raju, H. G. Nagendra, K. Easwaran Journal Of Applied Biology & Biotechnology: Jabb-2016-12-135 DOI: 10.7324/JABB.2017.50306, 2016
List of Research Guides and their Specialization.
Sl.NO Name of the Research Guide VTU Research ID Area of Specialization of the Research Guide Number of Research Scholars Details of Ph.D Guidance to other  Universities Research Scholars.
1 Dr.  H G Nagendra VTU08173840 Structural Biology/Biophysics 06 NIL
2 Dr. Mrinalini Menon VTU08173388 Enzymology & Protein chemistry 02 NIL
3 Dr. Rajendra Singh C VTU09175223 Biochemistry 02 NIL
4 Dr Priya Narayan VTU09175297 Microbiology/Structural Biology NIL NIL
5 Dr Jagadeesha Kumar D 012021RSBT000005 (Registration id) Neuroinformatics /Bioinformatics  /Systems biology NIL NIL
6 Dr Rashmi K V 012021RSBT000619 (Registration id) Plant Biotechnology NIL NIL
List of current Research Scholars and Their Research Status
Sl.NO USN Name of the Research Scholar Name of the Research Guide Research Title approved by VTU Current Status of Research Work University  
1 1PI13PGN03 Mr. Shrinivas B V Dr H G Nagendra Development of Technology for reclamation of oil-palm industry wastes towards generating value added products and by products Pre PhD completed Thesis under preparation VTU
2 1MV16PGJ01 Mr Deepak Bajantri Dr H G Nagendra Synergistic strategies to increase the silk yield through artificial diet and phytoextract based growth promotors for silk worm Bombyx ori L Pre PhD completed Thesis under preparation VTU
3 1MV16MGJ01 Mr. Toufiq Mohammad Dr H G Nagendra Computational approaches for investigating PP2Aβ subunit diversity regulation and substrate specificity as a cure for breast cancer MSc (Engg.) by Research VTU
4 1MV10PGN02 Mr. Revanasiddappa Dr. Chandrashekhar Naik Isolation, Purification and Characterization of Lantibiotics from probiotics of traditional fermented foods Pre PhD completed Thesis under preparation VTU
5 1MV11PGN02 Mr. Shivasharanappa Dr. Chandrashekhar Naik Screening, Purification and Characterization of Microbial pigments for their Radioprotective and antioxidative properties Pre PhD completed Thesis under preparation VTU
6 1MV16PMJ01 Mr. Sampath Kumar L Dr. Chandrashekhar Naik Synthesis and characterization of nanomaterial’s for restorative dentistry Application Pre PhD completed Thesis under preparation VTU
7 1MV17PGS01 Ms.Syeda  Lidia Hossain Dr Rajendra Singh C Investigation of Cytotoxic and DNA binding Studies of Sydnone Liquid crystal compounds Pre PhD completed Thesis under preparation VTU
8 1MV17PEA07 Mr. Nataraj Dr Rajendra Singh C Development of biosensor for  detection of abuse drugs (Narcotics) Course work completed VTU

GC Unit, Pcr Machine, Fermentor-B, Uv-Visible Spectrophotometer, Electrophoresis Units, Gel Documentation System, Tangential Flow Filter, Miliq Water Purification System, High Speed Cooling Centrifuge - C24, Cooling Microfuge - C23, Temperature Controlled Incubator Shaker, Bod Incubator, Ultrasonicator, -20oc Deep Freezer, Water Both Shaker, Trinocular Research Microscope with Camera Attachment, Stereo Binocular Microscope, Peristaltic Pump, Fraction Collector, Elisa Reader, Co2 Incubator, Inverted Microscope, Laminar airflows, Soxlet Apparatus, Distillation Units Autoclave, Distillation Setup (Simple, Packed Column, and Steam), Heat Transfer through packed bed, dryer, Wetted Wall Column Equipment, Sieve Analysis Shaker, Leaf filter equipment, Packed bed extraction, Vertical Condenser, Computerised Flow Control, Pressure Control, and Temperature Control equipment’s, Interaction Systems, on –Interaction Systems, Single Tank System, Batch Reactor, Plug Flow Reactor, Mixed Flow Reactor, Venturimeter Equipment, Orifice equipment, Centrifugal pump, Reciprocating Pumps, Plate and Frame Filtration Equipment, Settling Equipment., Friction in Pipe equipment, Open Orifice.

High End Computers - (2): Exclusive for R & D High End Computers for MD and Simulation Studies  Software details: Discovery Studio 3.5 - Discovery Studio® 2.5.5, a suite of life science software solutions including tools for protein, ligand, and pharmacophore modeling.
Programme Outcomes
  • PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
  • PO3: Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4: Conduct investigations: of complex problems using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.
  • PO6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • PO9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to owners own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Intuitive learning: Intuitive learning aims at replacing in part the conventional class room sessions toactivitybasedteachinglearning. This makes the process more students centric. Case studies, Quiz and out of the box questions are giv en to students who apply the basics of Science and Engineering to analyze real world problems related to Biotechnology Engineering

1. Flipped Classroom Faculty: Dr. Mrinalini Menon Dr. Ishwar Chandra Study material is given to students and additional assignments given on the topic
2. Onsite Teaching Faculty Name; Dr HG Nagendra Class:I Semester Course: Scientific Foundations of Health (BSFHK108) Survey to the surrounding Village for Ist year BE as part of the Scientific Foundations of Health Course. bio-dept-img
3. Case Study Based Faculty Name; Dr HG Nagendra Class: IV Semester Course Structural Biology and Bioanalytical Techniques. Students Are taken to the incubation center to learn more about gas Chromatography. The learning was case study based with specific examples.
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4. Model Making Faculty Name; Dr HG Nagendra Class: V Semester Course Structural Biology and Bioanalytical Techniques
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5. Seminars and Quizzes by all Faculty for their respective courses. The students are given topics beyond the syllabus and trained to give presentations.
6. Lecture Series Faculty Name: Dr Jagadeesh Kumar D and Dr Priya Narayan Subject Marine Biotechnology/ Clinical and Pharmaceutical BT Semester: VII Lecture Series on Venom Toxicology. The students were able to understand the basics of Venom Toxicology, Types of Venom, Sources (Reptiles, Marine toxins etc.). The students were given assignments and Presentations to enable them understand the courses better.

Board Games


Other Teaching Methods used by Faculty

Sl. No. Name of Faculty Teaching methods used
1. Dr. H G Nagendra

DLP/Smart Board Videos/Models

2. Dr. Priya Narayan
3. Dr. Mrinalini Menon
4. Dr. Rajendra Singh
5. Ms. A Niveditha
6. Dr Jagadeesh Kumar D
7. Dr. SudeviBasu
8. Dr Rashmi KV
9. Mr Manjunath R
10. Dr. Halima R
11. Dr.Ishwar Chandra
12. Dr. Hariharan P

Innovative Teaching:

Statement Goal

To foster the acquisition of basic concepts and hands on skills, and facilitate learning and thinking beyond the curriculum. This is accomplished through.
  • Exposure to Research culture (Participating in National and International events)
  • Understanding of methods in scientific investigation. (Collaborations and Literature reading)
  • Critical thinking and analysis (Discussion with peers) Verbal and written expressions (Conference/Workshop presentations, Journal publications)


Quality of Publications, conference meetings.
Project grants and collaborations

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