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Department of Biochemistry
Lecture Presentation on slide projector with the help of programs like MS-PowerPoint, MS-Excel, Netscape Navigator and other multimedia systems and audio-visual aids.
Demonstration of Complex biochemical structures, cycles and molecular techniques by animations, transparencies, graphics and molecular models.
Seminars - micro-study, quizzes, and poster presentation programs of subject related topics to develop interest and scientific approach among students.
Introduction to theoretical and practical aspects of advance techniques like ELISA, PCR, ELECTROPHORESIS, HPLC, RIA, Blotting test and other spectroscopic analysis for better understanding of biochemical analysis.
Complete and easy access to well established departmental library with vast collection of subject related Scientific CD-ROMS, E-Journals, papers, articles, reference and text books for the students.
Well equipped Laboratory with all facilities as per D.C.I. norms.
Facilities for all types of basic quantitative and qualitative analysis according to syllabus of subject e.g. Presentation reaction of proteins, colour reaction of proteins, estimation of proteins, test of mono, di and polysaccharides.
Digital photometric colorimeter (Blood Analyzer) and other instruments like R-8C laboratory centrifuge (maximum capacity of 6000 RPM), Micro Pipette (SUPERFIT-XL RANGING 10-100 microleter, Calibration confirming DIN 12650 & EN 8655 Standards) Serological water bath, oven, refrigerator (Leonard, capacity-165 L), Electronic and physical balance.
Demonstration and qualitative analysis for normal and abnormal physical characteristics and constituents of urine and gastric juice.
Potentiometric and volumetric titrational analysis of free and total acidity of gastric juice with the help of indicators.
Regular viva sessions on metabolic pathways, experiments and their clinical significance. Special focus on clinically important topics like metabolic disorders, genetic disease, hormonal imbalance, vitamin deficiencies, and organ function tests.