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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 ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES PROGRAMMESPEAKERINSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION Inauguration and lecture (Industry–Academia Interaction) Mr. George Paul Topic : Synthite Synthite Industries Ltd Synthite Valley, Kolenchery, Kerala , India. Industry–Academia Interaction Mr.Faizal Synudhin Dr.V.I.Bishor Ms.Sumi UBIO Biotechnology Incubation Center, KINFRA Hi-Tech Park Research Opportunities for Biotechnology students Dr.Manoj Kumar Valiyaveetil Topic : Platelets and Thrombosis Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Washington D.C, U.S.A Alumni InteractionMr. Vicky VargheseIIT Chennai Industrial Visit S7 BT Mr.Vineeth Mathew HR Manager,Synthite Centre for Learning and Development Synthite Industries Ltd Synthite Valley, Green Innovators (Engineers Day )For all the BT students Dept of Biotechnology SCET

3 Mr.George paul,Director of synthite industries addressing the students

4 Mr Faizal,director of Ubio addressing the students about their company's key areas and products

5 Dr.Manoj kumar giving a lecture on research oppurtunities to students

6 Final year BT students at synthite

7 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS STUDENTSSEMGUIDEACHIEVEMENT MsAnju P Anto, MsChaithra K V Ms Mary Ros Joy, MsNeethu Varghese Ms.Nikitha Balakrishnan VIIIMs.Megha.P.MDr.Satheesh John memorial Award of Rs.60,000/-and merit certificate in Manorama Yuva Mastermind 2012 Project - “Bioreactor For The Complete Decolorisation Of Textile Dye Effluents” MsAnju P Anto, MsChaithra K V Ms Mary Ros Joy, MsNeethu Varghese Ms.Nikitha Balakrishnan VIIIMs.Megha.P.MFirst prize of Rs.1 lakh and merit certificate in Techtop 2012 Project - “Bioreactor For The Complete Decolorisation Of Textile Dye Effluents” Mr.Jubil.C.A, Ms.Syama.P.S Ms.Rohini Menon VIIMs.Amitha JoyIst Prize- poster presentation High Throughput technologies in Bioinformatics, Karunya University

8 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS STUDENTSSEMGUIDEACHIEVEMENT Mr.Arjun, Ms.Neenu Mr.Rothish, Ms.Gopika VMs.Megha.P.MKSCSTE Project grant of Rs.10,000/- Ms.Celine Thomas, Ms.Sangeetha Ms.Maria Mr.Seby VIIMs.Rahna K Rathnan KSCSTE Project grant of Rs.10,000/- Mr.Arjun,Ms.Neenu Mr.Rothish Ms.Gopika VMs.Megha.P.MSelection to final round of Manorama Yuva Mastermind 2013 Our technical association BEATS Won first prize for notice board competition among the associations on the topic Nanotechnology organized by students council

9 Dr. Satheesh John Memorial Award in Manorama Yuva Mastermind 2012 First prize in Techtop 2012 Women in Technology Award in Techtop 2012

10 43 rd All India Student Design Competition National Design and Research Forum, the Institution of Engineers (India) has selected Mr Seby Antony for awarding SILVER MEDAL IN Chemical Engineering Category for the Design project Bioconversion of ligno cellulosic waste

11 STAFF ACHIEVEMENTS STAFFACHIEVEMENT Ms.Megha.P.M and her team Dr.Satheesh John memorial Award of Rs.60,000/- in Manorama Yuva Mastermind 2012 Project - “Bioreactor For The Complete Decolorisation Of Textile Dye Effluents Ms.Megha.P.M and her team First prize of Rs.1 lakh in Techtop 2012 Project - “Bioreactor For The Complete Decolorisation Of Textile Dye Effluents”. Ms.Megha.P.M and her team Women in Technology Award of Rs.20,000/- in Techtop 2012 Ms.Megha.P.M and her team Project grant of of Rs.10,000/- from KSCSTE Project-“Biological printer ink Ms.Rahna K Rathnan and her team Project grant of of Rs.8,000/- from KSCSTE Project - “Bioconversion of Salvinia molesta into value added products”. Ms.Megha.P.M and her team Selection to final round of Manorama Yuva Mastermind 2013

12 Research Publications (2012) Rahna. K. Rathnan, Sangeetha Gopal, Mariya Thomas, Seby Antony, Celine Thomas and Ambili Mechoor (2012). Effective utilization of an aquatic weed Salvinia Molesta as a substarte for the production of Cellulase Enzyme –Eradication through utilization. International Journal of Environmental Sciences. 3(1): Rahna K. Rathnan, Francis Jose, Irene Pius, Lamia Sathar, Nihil Jimmy, Shwetha Sasidharan and Ambili Mechoor (2012). Comparative Study of Antimicrobial Activity of Leaves and Callus Extract of Ipomea turpethum against Antibiotic Resistance Pathogenic Microorganisms. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 5(6): Megha P.M, Efficiency of phytase in degrading phytin-SCET journal of Science and Technology Vol.1 No(1):

13 Research Publications (2012) contd. Praveena.P and Chinnaswamy P. A study on effect of oral administration of various extracts of unripe Carica papaya L. on hormonal stability during pregnancy in Swiss albino mice. Asian Jr.of Microbiol. Biotech. Env.Sc.Vol.14, No.(1):2012: Amitha Joy and Md. Afroz Alam (2012) Quantitative structure activity relationship (QSAR) of cardiac glycosides: the development of predictive in vitro cytotoxic activity model Der Pharmacia Lettre, Rahna K Rathnan, Ambili Mechoor (2012) Nucleic acid amplification technologies for Real-time and Simultaneous detection of Chikungunya and Dengue virus of Clinical importance. SCET journal of Science and Technology Vol.1 No(1):

14 RESULT ANALYSIS 2009 ADMISSION (S7 BT) YEAR /SEMPASS %FIRST TOPPERSECOND TOPPERTHIRD TOPPER VSem50Ms.Sangeetha Gopal Ms.Syama.P.SMs.Jesin Augustine

15 RESULT ANALYSIS 2010 ADMISSION (S5 BT) YEAR /SEMPASS %FIRST TOPPERSECOND TOPPERTHIRD TOPPER III Sem83.33Ms.Caroline Rose AlukkalMs. Anjali KrishnanMs. Steny Mary Anto

16 RESULT ANALYSIS 2011 ADMISSION (S3 BT) YEAR /SEMPASS %FIRST TOPPERSECOND TOPPERTHIRD TOPPER I&II Sem30%Ms KrishnajaMs AnjaliMs Bhavya& Ms Delna

17 Future prospects Design and submission of few more Research Proposals to funding agencies in the field of chemical and biotechnology applications Provide GATE and CSIR coaching to students Biovision _ Green Biotechnology Organize motivational talks for students The weaker students in each subject will be given special attention by our faculties. Extension classes on Biotechnology in schools

18 @ Vijayagiri Public School

19 Career oriented lecture on biotechnology for plus two students by Mr.Francis at paramekavu school

20 THANK YOU


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