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Activity: Industrial Visit
Industrial tour of 5th & 7th sem students to John Distilleries (Paul John Visitor Centre), Cuncolim Industrial Area., Cuncolim, Goa.
Date: 30 September 2019

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Activity: Industrial Visit
Industrial Visit of 3rd semester students to GM Agro & Beverages India P. Ltd., Davangere. It is considered as a part of academic curriculum. Industrial visit helps to combine the theoretical knowledge with practical world.
Date: 25 September 2019
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Inauguration Function of Fourm of Department of Biotechnology GENELIX2019-2020 -Targeting Life’s Innovations Date: 27/08/2019
Chief Guest Dr. Ragvendra Ramappa Scientist , Dept. of Biology IISC, Kudapura, Chalkere  President Dr. Y. Vijaya Kumar Principal, GMIT
Forum Chairman Dr. H. Gurumurthy Professor  & Head, Dept. of Biotechnology Forum Coordinator Dr. Gurumurthy D M Asst. Professor Dept. of Biotechnology
Venue: Dr. C. N. R. Rao Seminar Hall (T432A) AT 10:00 AM
Agenda MOC: Sheezan M H (V sem) oInvocation                                                       : Dhanyashree & Yashaswini D B oWelcome Speech
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Activity: Role plays on DNA replication
FACULTY NAME: Dr. Gurumurthy H                       DATE: 5/03/2019
SUBJECT CODE: 17BT44          SEM/BRANCH: V/ BT
SUBJECT NAME: Molecular BiologyACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-2019
About DNA Replication
DNA replication
DNA replication is fundamental process occurring in all living organism to copy their DNA. The process is called replication in sense that each strand of ds DNA serve as template for reproduction of complementary strand.
 General feature of DNA replication ·DNA replication is semi conservative ·It is bidirectional process ·It proceed from a specific point called origin ·It proceed in 5’-3’ direction ·It occur with high degree of fidelity ·It is a multi-enzymatic process
DNA replication occurs by three steps
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ACTIVITY:Application of Instructional methodology by students on DNA Isolation FACULTY NAME: RAKESH N RDATE: 16/11/2017 SUBJECT CODE: 15BTL47SEM/BRANCH: V/ BT
SUBJECT NAME:  Cell and Molecular Biology  ACADEMIC YEAR: 2017-2018 About DNA Isolation by C-Tab Method Isolating DNA from plant tissues can be very challenging as the biochemistry between divergent plant species can be extreme. One option for purifying DNA using CTAB exploits that polysaccharides and DNA have different solubilities in CTAB depending on the concentration of sodium chloride.At higher salt concentrations, polysaccharides are insoluble, while at lower concentrations DNA is insoluble.Consequently, by adjusting salt concentration in lysates containing CTAB, polysaccharides and DNA can be differentially precipitated.

Outcome of the Activity, students are able to: ·Students were able to Demonstrate the Isolating DNA from plant tissues ·Understand the Principles ofDNA Precipitation by Ethanol
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ACTIVITY:Special Talk on Next Generation Sequencing FACULTY NAME: RAKESH N RDATE: 17/03/2017    SUBJECT CODE: 15BT54SEM/BRANCH: VI/ BT
   SUBJECT NAME: BIOINFORMATICS   ACADEMIC YEAR: 2017-2018
About Next Generation Sequencing NGS Next-generation sequencing (NGS), also known as high-throughput sequencing, is the catch-all term used to describe a number of different modern sequencing technologies including: Illumina (Solexa) sequencing. Roche 454 sequencing


Outcome of the Activity, students are able to: ·Distinguish between a 2nd Generation Sequencing and Next-generation sequencing·Understand the Principles of Next-generation sequencing and Its Types ·Scope and Application of Next-generation sequencing in Genome Sequencing   
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ACTIVITY:Hands on Biomolecular Modeling Software  FACULTY NAME: RAKESH N R                                             DATE: 25/09/2018    SUBJECT CODE: 15BT54SEM/BRANCH: V / BT
   SUBJECT NAME: BIOINFORMATICS   ACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-2019
About ARGUSLAB_ A Bioinformatics Software ArgusLab is a Molecular Modeling, Graphics, and Drug Design program for Windows operating systems.


Outcome of the Activity, students are able to: · Distinguish between a Visualizer and a Modeller. · Carryout Molecular Modeling Process using Bioinformatics Software. · Optimization the Geometry of Biomolecular Models using the Argus lab · Conduct DOCKING Process and Interpretation of Its Results through Argus lab Students can download through http://www.arguslab.com/arguslab.com/ArgusLab_files/arguslab.zip