The Amity Institute of Biotechnology is committed to building global bridges between industry and academia, acclimatising students to the latest developments in the area of genetic engineering and biotechnology, and equipping them with the best practices endorsed by leaders in the industry, agriculture, research, and medicine.

The biotechnology curriculum helps students build a robust academic research foundation in various emerging areas of biotechnology, thus preparing them to face industry challenges head-on. The holistic and integrated programme in biotechnology provides quality education, imparts value education as well as nurtures Indian traditions and ethos.

The institute imparts biotechnology education to students and prepares a talented pool of workers to meet the industry's demands in the changing landscape of the economy. The vast field of biotechnology at the national and international level has increased the scope of its applications in the general sphere of life. The faculty of the Biotechnology department make significant contributions to instilling in students unmatched knowledge, skills, and work towards their holistic development.

  • To pursue a research and innovation-driven academic schedule with proper follow-up of academic regulations.
  • Catering to industrial requirements and scaling up learners’ knowledge through industrial interactions, visits, and up-gradations.
  • To make knowledge dissemination more effective and efficient through the implementation of ICT measures in the classroom and by conducting experiential learning-based activities in laboratories.
  • Establishing better linkages with stakeholders and ensuring proper communication and feedback for curriculum updates and academic growth.
  • Streamlining the project training of learners with an emphasis on catering to the industrial requirements
  • Achieving 100% placement of students with lucrative salary packages and fellowships by the end of the academic year.
  • To identify the root cause through analysis of observations towards compliance with quality norms by the accreditation body and to neutralise them within one month of receipt of the report.
  • To energise the thrust areas of biotechnology with patents, quality PhDs, research work, and significant research papers in international and national fora.
  • Facilitating undergraduate and postgraduate study programmes through scientific club activities, sensitization programs, competitions, interactive lectures, visits, and events to cultivate students' scientific temperament.