Sunday, August 5, 2007


MBA Biotechnology gives broad introduction to biotechnology and focuses on management skills. M.Sc Biotechnology on the other hand is a specialisation that imparts technical aspects of biotechnology.

MBA Biotechnology graduates would deal with managerial and entrepreneurial aspects in the biotechnology, chemical, pharmaceutical or allied industries. M.Sc Biotechnology graduates would be concentrating on technical aspects or research.

Both are two-year courses. The prospects for both of them are equally bright.

MBA Biotechnology Management is offered at Amity Institute of Biotechnology, New Delhi. The eligibility criterion is graduation in biological sciences/ computer sciences or equivalent qualification with minimum 55 per cent marks. The admission is based on entrance test (Amity Common Admission Test or CAT or MAT or GMAT) followed by group discussion and personal interview.

Amity Institute of Biotechnology also offers M.Sc biotechnology.

The eligibility criterion is graduation in life sciences. The admission is based on marks obtained in qualifying exam and interview. For further details, visit
courtesy hindu JULY 23

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