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The Department of Biotechnology was established in June, 1999 and is promoted under ATMIYA University since June 2018. The department is notable in the Saurashtra-Kutch region of Gujarat, imparting quality education and promoting goal-orientated interdisciplinary perspective by conjugating modern biology with its graduation and post-graduation programs. We are exclusively privileged Department in the state of Gujarat to be awarded UGC assistance for M.Sc. Biotechnology under Innovative Programme- Teaching & Research in Interdisciplinary & Emerging Area since June 2004. The department facilitates the undergraduate students to enroll in various Career Oriented Courses (COCs) such as Plant Tissue Culture, Bioinformatics and Competitive Exam Preparation. The department has also received STAR College Scheme from DBT Ministry of Science And Technology, New Delhi in 2009 and has been upgraded to STAR STATUS in 2014. The students also get an opportunity to do various co-curricular courses: Value added course, COC Courses and Generic Elective Courses Discipline Specific Courses alongside Research Project/ Internship & Summer Training. The overall course outlook has been illustrated in the figure below:

 

The Department of Biotechnology offers graduate and postgraduate degrees, which imparts fundamental as well as real world problem solving approach to its students for the development and betterment of the society.
Best Practices at Department
Over last decade the Department of Biotechnology has engaged students in various beneficial and innovative activities such as Lab to Land, Periodical Newsletters, Creative Assignments, STAR Projects, and Internship Programmes at campus, Earn While You Learn scheme, Research Proposal Writing and SOP preparation for various laboratory instruments.

Department Highlights/Exclusive
The department facilitates students with an enormous infrastructure to enable nearly five hundred students each year to learn and explore various aspects of biotechnology with the aid of several sophisticated instruments and techniques.
We are pioneer in exposing students to Plant Tissue Culture, Bioinformatics and Animal Tissue Culture techniques in the Saurahtra region of Gujarat. We motivate the students to aim for sustainable development by encouraging recycling of waste into useful products such as Recycled Paper and Flowers’ preparation from agriculture waste.

Mission
The mission of the Department is :
To provide quality education by merging the best of theoretical and applied knowledge which gratify scholarly, professional and scientific expression.

To promote teaching and research in identified areas of biotechnology which prepare individuals to participate responsibly in modern area of life science and in this and other ways contributes to the growth of the social, cultural, and economic life of the region, state and nation

Vision
“We at Department of Biotechnology, aspire to be an academic leader recognized for providing value based quality teaching and strategic research exposure to acquire understanding, knowledge and skills to our students for establishing a successful career and becoming a responsible citizen.”

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs) UG

After completion of the programme the graduate will:

  1. Demonstrate the knowledge of concepts, principles and applications of Biotechnology  in various fields (PEO 01)
  2. Acquire critical thinking skills to understand and solve contemporary problems with biotechnology (PEO 02)
  3. Able to apply Fundamental knowledge of biotechnology and allied sciences in pursuing higher studies or research at any globally recognized organization (PEO 01)
  4. Gain ability to design, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data for investigating problems in Biotechnology and allied fields (PEO 02)
  5. Understand standard operating procedures and acquire in-depth technical competence to handle the basic laboratory instruments (PEO 02)
  6. Communicate effectively using different modes ( written, verbal and digital) not only  with scientific community but also with the society at large (PEO 03)
  7. Understand requirement and principles of interdisciplinary domains for sustainable development (PEO 01)
  8. Understand  the implications  of biotechnological solutions  in  societal and environmental context (PEO 4)
  9. Able to function effectively as individual and as a member in multidisciplinary settings  (PEO 04)
  10. Able to recognize the need to undertake life-long learning  and acquire the capacity to do so  (PEO 05)
  11. Apply the ethical principals in development of products and in research through biotechnology (PEO 04)
  12. Gain the ability to lead a group and develop capabilities to assimilate and apply the acquired knowledge when and where required. (PEO 04)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs) PG

After completion of the programme the Post graduate will:

  1. Acquire in-depth theoretical and technical competence in Biotechnology discipline    (PEO 01)
  2. Fit to perform as a successful professional in various career options (PEO 01)
  3. Demonstrate the ability to plan and execute safely a series of experiments in a scientific way, required for further research at a higher level (PEO 01)
  4. Able to identify problems related to agriculture, health and industries and to analyze and derive valid conclusions with fundamental knowledge in biotechnology (PEO 02)
  5. Able to design solution to problems by applying suitable components and processes within the safety constraints for environmental & societal needs (PEO 02)
  6. Acquire critical thinking skills to solve  problems that can be modelled Biotechnologically (PEO 02)
  7. Ability to function as responsible citizen with ethical values, accountable to the society (PEO 04)
  8. Demonstrate the detailed knowledge of the major areas of life sciences including a wide range of factual information and experimentally observed phenomena. (PEO 01)
  9. Demonstrate professional Skill to handle sophisticated equipments used in biotechnology and to analyze the data (PEO 03)
  10. Ability to present biotechnological research results to a technically literate audience by means of an oral presentation, scientific poster or a written report. (PEO 03)
  11. Exhibit leadership qualities with ability to function effectively as an individual and in a team. (PEO 03)
  12. Able to integrate and appraise information/knowledge from a variety of sources throughout the life (PEO 05)

Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary field which helps society to deal with challenges that come from global climate change, food crisis and food security, pests and diseases control, prevention and cure of diseases and much more. Graduate degree in Biotechnology is providing ample opportunities for those who want to explore the new and modern frontiers of science. The applications of Biotechnology are enormous as it caters to various industrial sectors like food, textiles, pharmaceutical, agriculture, animal husbandry and many more.

Having a strong foothold globally, biotechnology as a career option is immense as we live in exciting era where there are amazing discoveries, new applications and innovative products on the market every day. After completing their graduation, Biotechnology graduates can qualify various national level entrance examinations conducted by Universities and institutes like JNU/NITs/IITs/TIFR etc. to pursue a postgraduate degree in Biotechnology from any institute of national and international repute in India as well as abroad.

Biotechnologists play a vital role in the continuous search to find new, sustainable solutions to the global challenges. They can work in various work environments like industrial sector, environmental sector, medical sector, food manufacturing, health-care and pharmaceuticals and academics. Professionals in this field can develop their expertise in one or more subfields like genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.

Entry-level biotechnologist or candidates with a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology can work as Research/Lab technicians. They help out teachers and scientific professionals to conduct and monitor experiments and may also record data and prepare reports.

Postgraduates in Biotechnology can qualify the examinations like NET(National Eligibility Tests)/SET(State Eligibility Tests)/GATE(Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)conducted by various agencies like CSIR, UGC, ICMR, ICAR, IITetc to pursue a successful research and teaching career at any University, College, School or institute.

As far as industries are concerned, major recruiters for Biotechnology graduates include industries engaged in processing and developing agricultural and biological products, bio-processing industries, pharmaceutical, biopharmaceuticals and chemical industries. There are ample opportunities in industries producing healthcare products, textile industry, cosmetics and organizations engaged in different types of industrial research and development.

Scope of M.Sc. (Chemistry) Program
After doing M.Sc. (Chemistry), one can opt for either further studies or take up various jobs and also take up internships as research assistants (JRF/SRF) to prepare for industrial demands.
Some of the most relevant further education programs after M.Sc. (Chemistry) includes:

  • M. Phil.
  • Ph.D.
  • MBA
  • B.Ed

Other than listed opportunities, one can always opt for civil service and other government sector employment exams after successful completion of B.Sc. (Chemistry) program.

In recent times, due to favourable governmental initiatives, opting for a start-up can be an excellent choice for graduates of B.Sc. (Chemistry) program.

Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Educational Qualification Specialization Photograph
1 Dr. Shivani Patel  Head, Associate Professor Ph.D, GATE Plant Genetics  and Molecular Biology
2 (Dr.) Shweta Bhatt Assistant Professor M.Sc.,(Ph.D ongoing) ARS NET Plant- Microbe Interactions
3 (Dr.) Nutan Prakash Assistant Professor M.Phil, Ph.D , GATE, GSET,UGC NET, ARS NET, CSIR-NET Bioinformatics
4 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Assistant Professor M.Phil, Ph.D. GATE, UGC NET, ARS NET,CSIR NET,GSET Applied Microbiology(Halophiles, Actinomycetes )
5 Dr. Debashish Banerjee Assistant Professor (SS) M.Sc./Ph.D.
6 Dr. Anmol Kumar Assistant Professor M.Sc./M.Tech./Ph.D./PDF
7 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Assistant Professor Ph.D./M.Sc.

 

Dr. Shivani M. Patel
Associate Professor & Head
Mrs. Shweta Bhatt
Assistant. Professor
Dr. Nutan Prakash Vishwakarma
Assistant Professor
Dr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar Ravi
Assistant Professor
Dr. Preetam Joshi
Assistant Professor
Dr. Debasis Banerjee
Assistant Professor
Dr. Anmol Kumar
Assistant Professor
Dr. Rishikesh Shukla
Assistant Professor

42 PG Students Pass NPTEL/Online MOOC Courses

Prakash, V.N., Jadeja, V.J. 2018 Identification and characterization of miRNA transcriptome in Jatropha curcas by high-throughput sequencing. Plant Gene, 15: 44-50.

Link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352407318300246


Singh A. K., Joshi P. 2018. Operation Green: Building a Better World for the Indian Farmers. (Accepted in Kurukshetra: A journal of rural Development published by Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India; ISSN No. 0023-5660.

Singh, A., Singh, A.K. 2018. Isolation, characterization and exploring biotechnological potential of halophilic archaea from salterns of western India. 3 Biotech 8(1):45. doi: 10.1007/s13205-017-1072-3. ISSN: 2190-5738 (electronic version)

Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs13205-017-1072-3


Singh, A., Singh, A.K. 2017. Haloarchaea: Worth exploring for their biotechnological potential. Biotechnology Letters. 39: 1793. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10529-017-2434-y. ISSN No. 0141-5492 (Print), 1573-6776 (Online).

Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10529-017-2434-y


Ranjan, R., Jadeja, V. 2017. Isolation, characterization and chromatography based purification of antibacterial compound isolated from rare endophytic actinomycetes Micrococcus yunnanensis. Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis. 7: 343-347. ISSN No. 2095-1779.

Link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2095177917300497


Kumar, R.R., & Jadeja, V.J. (2017). Optimization for Enhanced Production of Antibacterial Metabolites by Marine Actinomycetes Kocuria sp. strain rsk4. Current Trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy. 11 (3) 300-308. Print ISSN: 0973-8916. Online ISSN: 2230-7303.

Link: https://abap.co.in/files/CTBP_11_3.pdf


Chauhan, U., Singh. A.K., Godani, D., Handa, S., Gupta, P.S., Patel, S., Joshi, P. 2016. Some natural extracts from plants as low-cost alternatives for synthetic PGRs in rose micropropagation. Journal of Applied Horticulture (Accepted) ISSN: 0972-1045.

Ghadia, B., Singh, A.K., Khatnani, T., Hirpara, M., Patel, S. Joshi P. 2016. An improved method of DNA purification from secondary metabolites rich medicinal plants using certain chaotropic agents. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum. 38: 207. ISSN: 0137-5881 (Print) 1861-1664 (Online) doi:10.1007/s11738-016-2223-6.

Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11738-016-2223-6


Singh, A.K., Tala, T., Tanna, M., Nirmal, D., Joshi P. 2016. Effect of exogenous supply of salicylic acid on in vitro growth and development of rose micropropagules. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research. 7(6): 12034-12039. ISSN No. 0976-3031

Link: http://recentscientific.com/sites/default/files/4605_1.pdf


Singh, A.K., Tala, T., Tanna, M., Patel, H., Sudra, P., Mungra, D., Nirmal, D., Khatnani, T, Joshi P. 2016. Exogenous supply of salicylic acid results into better growth of banana propagules under in vitro conditions. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research. 7(3): 9488-9493. ISSN No. 0976-3031

Link: http://www.recentscientific.com/sites/default/files/4605_1.pdf


Singh, A.K., Singh, A., Joshi, P., 2016. Combined application of chitinolytic bacterium Paenibacillus sp. D1 with low doses of chemical pesticides for better control of Helicoverpa armigera. International Journal of Pest Management. 62 (3): 222-227. IF: 0.96. ISSN No. 0967-0874 (Print), 1366-5863 (Online)

Link: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09670874.2016.1167267

Ravi, R. K., Jadeja, V. J. (2016). Endophytic Actinomycetes: A Novel Antibiotic Source. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 5(8): 164-175.

Link: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/53a6/970a424eece113cc8d8a25ec8dd41d8d10cb.pdf


Patadia, A., Dave, B.P. 2016. Isolation, Screening and Quantification of Poly-β-hydroxybutyrate (PHB) from extreme halophilic Archaea. International Journal of Scientific Research, 5(2): 92-96.

Link: https://www.worldwidejournals.com/international-journal-of-scientific-research-(IJSR)/recent_issues_pdf/2016/February/February_2016_1454154504__25.pdf

Patel, A.H., Mehta, G. J., Shah, S., Bhandari, P. 2015. Overexpression of Pyrroloquinoline Quinone in Mesorhizobium loti for Mineral Phosphate Solubilization. Ecology Environment & Conservation,  21, S233-S236 (2015)

Link: http://www.envirobiotechjournals.com/article_abstract.php?aid=5915&iid=189&jid=3


Sherathiya, H. M., Jadeja, V. J., Malviya, B. J., Mehta, G. J. 2015. Isolation and Characterization of Anti Pathogenic Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria from Cotton Rhizosphere. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 9(2) : 1641-1649.

Link: http://www.microbiologyjournal.org/archive_mg/jmabsarchive.php?vol=9&issue=2


Sherathiya, H. M., Jadeja, V. J., Mehta, G. J., Malviya, B. J. 2015. Isolation of Antipathogenic Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria and their Characterization for Plant Growth Promoting Activities. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 9(3):  2347-2359.

Link: http://www.microbiologyjournal.org/archive_mg/jmabsarchive.php?vol=9&issue=3


Kumar, R.R., Vasantba, J., Bhoomi, M., Bonisha, T., Bhumika, C. 2015. Antibacterial Potentials of Actinomycetes Isolated from Gujarat. International Journal of Pharma Science Review and Research, 30: 78-83.

Link: http://globalresearchonline.net/journalcontents/v30-1/15.pdf


Kumar, R.R., Patel, P. 2015. Isolation and Characterization of hydrolytic enzyme producing halophilic bacteria Salinicoccusroseus from Okha. International Journal of Microbiology Research, 7(2): 616-622.

Link: https://bioinfopublication.org/files/articles/7_2_2_IJMR.pdf


Bhatt, S., Dholakia, P.R., Sorathia, D.K., Solanki, K.J., Dabhi, N.K., Dedakiya, S.K. 2015. Isolation & Biochemical Characterization of Halotolerant Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria. The International Journal Of Science &Technoledge, 3: 166-176.

Link: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:lFFUEODGr4wJ:www.theijst.com/force_download.php%3Ffile_path%3Dwp-content/uploads/2015/07/26.-ST1506-096-updated.pdf%26id%3D1529+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=in


Patadiya, A., Mehta, H., Lungariya, A. 2015. Isolation and Screening of moderate halophiles for Industrially Important Hydrolytic Enzymes. The International Journal of Science and Technoledge 3, 317 – 325.

Patadia, A., Dave, B.P. 2015. Analysis of physico-chemical parameters of salt pans at Newport and Nari situated around Bhavnagar Coast. Journal of Ecobiotechnology 7, 1 – 9

Link: http://updatepublishing.com/journal/index.php/jebt/article/view/200


Mehta, G.K. Nidhi, B., Tasnim, T., Vidhi, P., Vasantba, J. 2014. Isolation and screening of biosurfactant producing bacteria from environmental soil samples of Rajkot region. Trends in Biosciences, 8: 567-574.

Kumar, R.R., Kansagara, P. 2014. Physico chemical and microbial analysis of drinking water in Rajkot district, Gujarat (India). International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 30: 78-83.

Link: http://www.ipublishing.co.in/ijesarticles/fourteen/articles/volfive/EIJES51064.pdf


Faldu, N.Patel, S., Vishwakarma, N.P., Singh, A.K. 2014. Genetic Diversity of Marine and Fresh Water Cyanobacteria from the Gujarat State of India. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology 5: 1061-1066.

Link: http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=52168&


Dave, B.P., Soni, A. 2013. Diversity of halophilic Archaea at salt pans around Bhavnagar Coast, Gujarat. Proceeding of National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences. 83, 225 – 232.

Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40011-012-0124-z


Vishwakarma, N.P., Jadeja, V.J. 2013. Identification of miRNA encoded by Jatrophacurcas from EST and GSS. Plant Signaling and Behavior 8; e23152

Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3657014/pdf/psb-8-e23152.pdf


Basu, B., Mehta, G.K. 2013. Carbon Nanotubes: A Promising tool in drug delivery. International Journal of Pharma and Bio sciences,  5: 533-555.

Link: http://www.ijpbs.net/archive-issue.php?issueid=25


Patel, S., Patel, N.K. Candidate gene mapping: approach, methods and significance.  American Journal of Research Communication, 1, 199-204.

Link: http://www.usa-journals.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Patel_Vol18.pdf


Sr. No Training / Workshop / Seminar / Conference / Symposium Photo gallery
1. Summer School on “Techniques in Molecular Biology”
2. Summer School on Biochemical Calculations Measuring Biodiversity Microbial Food testing Antimicrobial Effectiveness on various Antiseptics
3. Seminar on Attitude of Students Towards Life
4 National Level Symposium “ATMIYA Scitech Utsav 2014” National Level Seminar on “Emerging Trends in Biological Sciences”
5 GSBTM Crash Workshop on Preparation of M.Sc Biotechnology & Applied Subject
6 Workshop on Advanced Techniques in Molecular Biology
Year Enroll No Name DP Title GuideName
2017-2019 170030702016 Wala Radhika Anirudh Improvements In Pharmacovigilance For Recognizing Adr Using Social Media Prof. Pratik B. Chauhan
170030702002 Gusani Snehal Girishbhai Speech Recognition For Regional Language Using Neural Network Prof. Chhaya C. Patel
170030702011 Patel Karankumar Dilipbhai A Novel Approach For Enhanced Load Balancing In Cloud Computing Environmen Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodiya
170030702010 Pandya Riddhi Hasmukhrai A Novel Approach For Prediction Of Indian Election Result By Sentiment Analysis Prof. Debalina A Nandi
170030702015 Kirti Bharatbhai Vaghela Prediction Of Cellular Localization On Site By Using Data Mining Techniques Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
170030702009 Tejas Pala Improve Object Detection Process Using Convolution Neural Network. Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
170030702004 Twinkleba Jadeja Tcp Based Ack Thinning Scheme For Wireless Adhoc Networks Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodiya
170030702005 Kathiriya Urvashi G. Managing Rdf Graph Using Indexing Solution With Map-Reduce Based Algorithm In Big Data Prof. Jaydeep R. Tadhani
170030702008 Dhara Mehta Advanced Semantic Algorithm For Web Page Recommendation Prof. Nirali C. Varnagar
170030702007 Makvana Punamben Keshavdas Enhance Transport Layer Congestion Avoidance Mechanism By Reduce Rto Over Wireless Network Prof. Shital J. Nagar
170030702013 Gautami Thaker Efficient Way To Classify Videos Using Deep Neural Network Prof. Ankit K. Kalariya
2016-2018 160030702001 Akbari Priyal Jayantibhai Efficient Way Of Analyse Partial Periodic Frequent Pattern In Data Mining Prof. Debalina A. Nandi
160030702002 Dave Mansi Bhaskarrai Improving Web Based Recommendation Using Effective Collaborative Filtering Techniques Prof. Pratik C. Chauhan
160030702003 Dhameliya Khushaliben Mukeshbhai Proficient Approach For Regression Test Using Automation In Selenium With Agile Methodology Prof. Dhaval M. Nimavat
160030702004 Faldu Sweetuben Dineshkumar An Enhance Approach Of Modified Mac Using Energy & Latency Factor In Wireless Sensor Network. Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia
160030702006 Gianchandani Rachana Hemu A Novel Approach To Estimate Contradiction Intensity In Microblog Prof. Rajesh H. Davda
160030702007 Gohel Milan Narendra Improved Efim Algorithm To Efficiency Mine High Utility Itemset Prof. Sheetal J. Nagar
160030702012 Neha Shukla Performance Enhancement Of Olsr Routing Using Multipath Mechanism Over Manet Prof. Chhaya C. Patel
160030702008 Jivani Jay Arunbhai Iot Based Dynamic Path Generation For Garbage Collection System Using Hybrid Approach Prof. Ankitk. Kalariya
160030702010 Kalola Soniya Girdharbhai Implementing Aodv With Reduced Range That Reduce Degrading Effect Of Broadcast Storm Problem Prof. Rajesh H. Davda
160030702013 Parmar Shanti Bhimabhai Detection And Classification Of Brain Tumor In Mri Images Using Segmentation And Svm Classifier Prof. Nirali B. Gondalia
160030702014 Ratanghayra Manshi Harsukhlal Authentication And Access Control For Multi Keyword Ranked Search Over Encrypted Mobile Cloud Data Prof. Dhaval M. Nimavat
160030702015 Unadkat Tanvi Vipulbhai An Efficient Recommendation Engine Using Personal User Behaviour Analysis Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
160030702011 Mehta Charmi Padmakantbhai Improvisation Of Feature Opinion Extraction On Big Data Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
160030702005 Ghelani Pooja Hareshbhai Efficient Opinion Spam Detection Using Identifying Behavior Features Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodiya
160030702016 Vachhani Savan Kiritkumar Iot Based Improved Dynamic Parking Lot Allocation System (Dpas) Using Hybrid Algorithm Prof. Dhaval M. Nimavat
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SynZeal Research Private Limited – Ahmedabad Piramal Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. – Ahmedabad
Karvy Therapeutics – Haripar.

 

Oxygen Helathcare Pvt. Ltd. – Ahmedabad
MegPi Chemicals – Veraval, Rajkot. Essar Oil – Jamnagar
Sugam Polytec Pvt. Ltd. – Bamanbore Endoc Lifecare Pvt. Ltd. -Rajkot
Anlon CRO, Rajkot. Meghmani Organics Ltd. – Anand
SNJ Labs Pvt. Ltd. -Shapar Pesticide India – Ankleshwar
Mahi Milk – Bhavnagar Makson Pharmaceutical (I) Pvt. Ltd – Surendranagar

Background

Academic Expansion from 1988 Onwards.

  • 1988

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    January 2, 1988
    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.
  • 1988

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    January 28, 1988
    Commencement of Self Finance.
  • 2000

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Science Programs and Management Program.
  • 2000

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.
  • 2005

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    January 28, 2005
    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.
  • 2007

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    January 28, 2007
    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.
  • 2018

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    January 28, 2018
    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

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