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1 “Biotechnology is critical to a sustainable future. …As the Earth approaches its carrying capacity for human activity, we must adopt more sustainable ways to generate, distribute and consume resources.” Dept. of Biotechnology Engineering Sahrdaya College of Engineering & Technology

2 Department of Biotechnology Engineering Our Team Dr. Ambili Mechoor Mr. Leon Ittiachen Mr. Francis John Ms. Ranimol G Ms. Marria Cyriac Ms. Smeera Thomas Ms. Preeja MP Ms. Praveena P Ms. Rahna Rathnan Ms. Amitha Joy Ms. Vidhya Ms. Manila Adieu to…………. Mr. Doles P E Prayers to our Beloved Dr. George Thottapilly & Dr. Thomas Varghese

3 UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION RESULTS

4 20011 pass out Results University Rank Holders Gayathri Menon – 75% Overall Pass percentage % FIRSTSECONDTHIRDFOURTH Chinju Paul – 79 %Nabihah Haniph – 78 %Emrin George- 76%

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6 SL.NO SR. NO NAME OF STUDENTSI & IIIIIIVCGPAGRADE ** 1 & 2 semester suppl marklist are not yet received so updation is pending ANJU PAUL3 supply 1 supply7 supplyU CELINE THOMAS1 supply supplyU FEBA JOSE2 supply5 supply1 supply8 supplyU JESIN AUGUSTINE1 supply supplyU JUBIL C. A.5 supply1 supply2 supply8 supplyU MARIYA THOMAS B MONI JOHN1 supply supplyU PINTO PAUL C RAHUL UNNIKRISHNAN2 supply7.211 supply3 supplyU ROHINI MENON C SANGEETHA GOPAL A SEBY ANTONY1 supply 3 supplyU SREESHMA HARIDAS1 supply supplyU SYMA P. S C RESULT ANALYSIS – 2009 BATCH

7 Roll No. Name SGPASUPPLY 1 CAROLINE ROSE ALUKKAL 8.32 IST 2 EMILIA BABU 7.24 IIND 3 NEENU TOM 7.18 IIIRD 4 HARSHA MARY M.J KATRIN JOSEPH ANUSHA FRANCIS GOPIKA KARTHA STENY MARY ANTO ASHIMA N.S IRENE MATHEW STEFFY P VINSON TINTU D UKKEN 5.37*1 13 SREEDEVI S 5.51*1 14 KRISHNA PRIYA K.V. 5.8*1 15 ESPIRITHA ROSE FRANCIS 6.34*1 16 ARJUN S KUMAR 6.74*1 17 ASHIMA VARGHESE 6.83*1 18 DIYA MARIYA 5.72*2 19 ALDRIN JOHNY 4.68*3 20 ANJALI KRISHNAN 5.74*3 21 LILLY RAJAN 4.3*4 22 AMAL SASIKUMAR 2.59*6 23 ROTHISH P.R 2.51*7 24 ASHLINE JOSY 1.08*10 25 ASHNA TERESA K J 0.84* Admissions

8 Future prospects Design and submission of Research Proposals to funding agencies in the field of chemical and biotechnology applications Getting Research Guide recognition from Various Universities. Plan to organize certificate course in Food safety management recognized by IGNOU with Sahrdaya Tech & Asian Food Safety Management Institute

9 Future proposals Organize invited seminars by experts in various aspects of Biotechnology Carrier Guidance for students Introduce e-learning

10 Student Projects Carried out in the Dept Waste Management Production of value added products Basic Molecular biology research

11 Projects Sanctioned Two student projects have been sanctioned a fund of Rs /- each from the Kerala State Council of Science Technology and Environment. The projects are guided by Ms. Amitha Joy and Dr. Ambili Mechoor Seven Student projects were submitted to KSCSTE Projects have been submitted to DBT, CARe Keralam & an International Collaboration- Outcome awaited

12 MANORAMA YUVA MASTERMIND Municipal waste water treatment using immobilized lipase Biological ink for printers and whitners The first ever bioreactor set up or the complete decolourization of textile dye effluent – Prof. Satish John Memorial Prize for the best Environmental friendly project 12 project proposals were submitted

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14 Prof Satish John Award

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16 STUDENT ACTIVITIES

17 Alumini interaction- June 2 nd 2011

18 BIOVISION 2012 – Biopharmaceutical Technology

19 Invited talks- Stephan Winter, Germany

20 INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA INTERACTION Sami Labs, Bangalore visited the College on 26 th Nov They delivered a talk, gave their corporate presentation and also interacted with the students and faculty. Also discussed about the job opportunities available for Btech Biotech Engineers in Sami labs as well as in other biotech companies Asian institute of food safety and management. Kochin

21 ED CLUB ACTIVITIES Members of BT Students in ED club of the college made “PAPER BAGS” In future planning to prepare Liquid Detergent Whitners

22 Seminars attended Megha P.M, Nikitha Balakrishnan, Seby Antony, Rotish Ramesh attended a seminar on Entrepreneurship organized by CII Thrissur Praveena P attended Kerala Environment Congress 2011 organized by Center for Environmental Development at RGCB Tvm. 28 Students from the Dept attended a seminar of Food technology and Safety by ASIAN FOOD SAFETY AND MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE conducted in Ernakulam Mr. Doles P E attended the National Symposium on Emerging trends in Biotechnology at CUSAT

23 Talks Presented Megha P.M delivered an invited lecture on the topic “Biohydrogen Production” in Post graduate Department of Microbiology at S.N.G.C, Chavadi

24 Poster Presentation by Students Lamia Sathar. Nihil Jimmy and Francis Jose presented a poster on “ Isolation, optimization and a comparative study of biological components from callus culture and adult plant of Ipomea turpethum- an endangered medicinal plant” during an international conference on herbal science and technology in Mar Athonasias College for Advanced Studies, Thiruvalla on 26 th NOV Limi Mathai and Jissa Jacob presented a poster on “Rice bran: Best of nature,best of health ” during an international conference on herbal science and technology in Mar Athonasias College for Advanced Studies, Thiruvalla on 26 th NOV Kripa J Thotapally and Baby Sheena presented a poster on “Active plant principles- A new horizon in cancer therpy” during an international conference on herbal science and technology in Mar Athonasias College for Advanced Studies, Thiruvalla on 26 th NOV Roy M Thomas, Agnus C.D, Manjusha T.M presented a poster during an international conference on herbal science and technology in Mar Athonasias College for Advanced Studies, Thiruvalla on 26 th NOV

25 Irene Pius, Shwetha Sasidharan, Lamia Sathar, Nihil Jimmy and Francis Jose presented a poster on “ Isolation, optimization and a comparative study of biological components from callus culture and adult plant of Ipomea turpethum- an endangered medicinal plant” during a national conference on Recent development in Ethnopharmacology in Kerala Agricultural University Mannuthy on 26 August Amna Abdul gafoor, Justin Joseph, Linnette Chacko, Sana Sajid and Subadhra Lakshmi A presented a poster on “Sea Snail Venom- a potent Pain Killer” during a national conference on Recent development in Ethnopharmacology in Kerala Agricultural University Mannuthy on 26 August Shwetha Sasidharan and Irene Pius presented a poster at the National Seminar on Bioprospecting and Biodiversity of Plants and Microbes at St. Alberts College, Ernakulam on 8 th Dec 2011.

26 AWARDS AND PRIZES Pinto Paul, Feba Jose & Anju Paul from sixth Semester bagged the second place in NEXUS 12; National level Technical Fest held at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pandalam on 9 February 2012 for their project titled “Bioremediation of odorous gas from the poultry litter by biofiltration. The award carried a prize money of Rs. 5000/- and certificates. The working model project “The first ever bioreactor set up or the complete decolourization of textile dye effluent” by Nikitha, Balakrishnan, Anju P Anto, Mary Rose, Chaithra & Neethu Varghese guided by Ms. Megha P.M (Rs. 30,000/-) Municipal waste water treatment using immobilized lipase by Remya M.R,Geethu Sunny, Jaslin P.James, Cenjo Chalissery, Sharon Sunny George (Rs. 4000/-) bagged prizes in various categories in CONJURA 2011 held at TKM Engg College Kollam Sangeeta Gopal & Mariya Thomas _ 1 st Prize in Tech Fest – Karunya University Seby Antony & Cline Thomas – 1 st Prize in Debate- Tech Fest Karunya University

27 Best Projects in Various Semesters S4 - Biological ink for printers and whiteners (Ms. Megha) S6 – Effective utilization of waste into energy (Ms. Rahna Rathnan) S8-The first ever bioreactor set up or the complete decolourization of textile dye effluent (Ms. Megha)

28 Staff activities Wipro Mission 10X Teachers Training Programme Dr. Ambili Mechoor Mr. Francis John Mr. Doles P E Ms. Megha P M Advanced Course Dr. Ambili Mechoor Mr. Doles P Ms. Megha P M

29 Plant Tissue culture Successfully standardized the culture of banana and orchid in the laboratory Several methods tried out for Anthurium cultures buts hasn’t found success so far

30 List of Publications Megha P.M published an article entitled “Efficency of thermostable phytase isolated from Bacillus in degrading phytin” in Asian journal of Microbiology Biotechnology and Environment Science Vol. 13, No. (4) : 2011: Megha P.M, published an article entitled “Thermostable phytase from Bacillus in Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology Vol. 5,No (2) : Megha P.M, published an article entitled “Production and optimization of thermostable phytase from Bacillus” in International Journal on Biotechnology and Bioengineering Vol. 1, No (1) :12-14 Megha P.M, published an article entitled “Thermostable phytase from Bacillus using citrate pulp” in IUP Journal of Lifesciences Vol:5(3) : Praveena P published an article entitled” Effect of unripe Carica papaya on termination of pregnancy” in International Journal on Biotechnology and Bioengineering Vol. 1, No (1) :21-24 Rahna K Rathnan & Dr. Ambili Mechoor. Cellulase enzyme production by streptomyces Sp using fruit waste as substrate. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 5 (12): (2011)

31 Future Prospects BIOVISION – Green Biotechnology BT 4 the people Invited talks in specialized areas Some close ties with the industries More number of student and staff projects Thank you ……….


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