VC JU launches SBT website

The main aim of the website is to provide and keep the information about academic, research and other activities of the school updated.

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Jammu, Publish Date: Jun 21 2018 1:51AM | Updated Date: Jun 21 2018 1:51AM
VC JU launches SBT websiteFile Photo

Prof RD Sharma, vice-chancellor, University of Jammu on Wednesday launched the official website of the School of Biotechnology (SBT), University of Jammu. 

Speaking on the occasion, Prof Sharma said that in the present digital world, web profile of an institution gives first hand up-to-date information that is available on a click. 

The main aim of the website is to provide and keep the information about academic, research and other activities of the school updated. 

He further said, “It is a matter of great satisfaction that the SBT is making sincere efforts to grow and achieve higher academic excellence.”

The JU VC also suggested linking the website of the school to the University of Jammu website.

The School of Biotechnology, University of Jammu was established in December 1998 with major funding from the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India. 

The SBT is housed in a state of art building which houses fully equipped research laboratories, in-situ hybridisation facility and cell culture facility. 

The school has developed a well knit course curriculum which helps the students to gain placements in research institutions of national and international repute.  

The SBT has established a next generation sequencing facility which is first of its kind in the J&K state. Efforts have been made for establishment of animal cell culture facilities for carrying out research related to animal biotechnology and immunology.  

The School of Biotechnology offers three masters programs in biotechnology, microbiology and biochemistry, one PG diploma course in Bioinformatics besides M.Phil and Ph.D programs in biotechnology, microbiology and biochemistry.

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