Biotechnology is one of the highly interdisciplinary courses. It combines principals of Biology and Technology and comprises of deep study of living organisms to make innovative products.
It trains students to deep-dive into biological subjects along with hands-on experience in technology. It invokes the fundamental biological sciences such as genetics, microbiology, animal
cell and tissue culture, molecular biology, embryology, and cell biology among others in congruence with other non-allied fields of study such as chemical engineering, bioprocess
engineering, information technology, and even bio-robotics.
Bioinformatics, also known as Computational Biology, on the other hand combines computer science, mathematics, engineering and statistics to decipher and deduce biological information. It
plays a stellar role in the advancement of critical Biomedical Research in many areas of biology.