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  • Year of Establishment 1997
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A Bachelor’s Degree in arts or science with minimum of two years study in English.
    Semester I Chaucer and Elizabethan Age, American Literature, Women’s Writing, Classics Translation, Post Colonial Studies (Elective I A), Children’s Literature (Elective I B).
    Semester II Restoration Literature and the 18th Century, History of Ideas, Language and Linguistics, Shakespeare, Indian Diasporic Literature (Elective IIA), Indian Writing in Translation (Elective II B)
    Semester III Romantic and Victorian Age, English Language Teaching, Literary Criticism: Concepts and Practice, Research Methodology, Translation studies – Theory and Practice, Creative Writing
    Semester IV Twentieth Century Literature, Modern English Grammar, Contemporary Critical Theory, Project, Literature:Analysis, approaches and applications, Popular writing
  • Year of Establishment 1999
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Non-Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A candidate who has passed the B.Sc. Degree Examination in Branch I Mathematics or B.Sc., Applied Science of Thiruvalluvar University or an examination of some other University accepted by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto shall be permitted to appear and qualify for the M.Sc. Degree Examination after a course of two academic years.
    Semester I Modern Algebra, Real Analysis I, Complex Analysis I, Differential Equations, Differential Geometry, Biomathematics.
    Semester II Linear Algebra, Real Analysis II, Complex Analysis II, Mechanics, Integral and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Modelling.
    Semester III Graph Theory, Topology, Mathematical Statistics, Difference Equations
    Semester IV Functional Analysis, Number Theory, and Cryptography, Operations Research, Programming with JAVA, JAVA Practical, Object-oriented programming with C
  • Year of Establishment 2005
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A pass in Undergraduate course in Chemistry with a minimum of 55%
    I Semester Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Nano Technology.
    II Semester Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry.
    III Semester Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Green Chemistry.
    IV Semester Scientific Research Methodology, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Chemistry of Natural Products, Organic farming and Solid Waste Management, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Quantitative Analysis of Complex Materials, Physical Chemistry II.
  • Year of Establishment 2007
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A Candidate who has passed the B.Sc. Degree examination in Zoology is eligible for seeking admission to M.Sc. Degree in Zoology.
    Objective of the Department Helping the students to understand the diversity formation and functioning of living organism. Creating awareness to conserve and coexist with the nature. To provide a platform for the various interdisciplinary/research oriented/ advanced higher education in Life Sciences.
    I Semester Invertebrata, Chordata, Cell and Molecular Biology, Biostatistics and Bio-informatics, Aquaculture and Farm Management.
    II Semester Genetics, Environmental Biology, Biotechnology, Genetics, Environmental Biology and Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Endocrinology.
    III Semester Animal Physiology, Developmental Biology, Immunology, Animal Physiology, Developmental Biology and Immunology, Fisheries Science, Entomology
    IV Semester Research Methodology, Evolution, Clinical Laboratory Technique, Research Methodology, Evolution and Clinical Laboratory, Microbiology, Sericulture
  • Year of Establishment 2000
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A candidate who has qualified Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or BCA or B.Sc. Computer Technology is eligible for seeking admission to M.Sc. Degree in Computer Science.
    I Semester Open Source Operating System, Software Engineering, Wap and XML, Advanced Computer Architecture, Formal Languages and Automata, LINUX
    II Semester Advanced JAVA Programming, Computer Networks, Internet Technology, Software Testing and Applications, Data Mining and Warehousing, Distributed Computing, Software Testing Tools
    III Semester ASP. NET Programming, Embedded Technology, Multimedia and its Applications, Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems,E-Commerce, ASP.NET Programming, Mini Project
    IV Semester Project Work
    Special Features Summer Mini Project for I Years, Short term course in Videography and Multimedia for II Years
  • Year of Establishment 2004
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A candidate who has qualified Bachelor’s Degree in any branch of study is eligible for seeking admission to M.Sc. Degree in Electronic Media.
    I Semester Introduction to Communication, Videography, Writing for Electronic Media, Broadcasting in India, Media, Culture and Society
    II Semester Television and Video Production, Radio and Audio Production, Public Relations, Audio Editing, Video Editing, Media Laws, Regulations and Ethics, Advertising
    III Semester Communication Research Methods, Film Studies, Internship in News Media, Advanced Graphics and Animation, Photography, Print Production
    IV Semester Development Communication, Advertising, Web Designing, Research Project, Web Designing, Project Production
    Special Features Field visits to a number of Commercial Studios, Advertising Agencies, etc., Weekly viewing of multilingual clippings from Audio and Video Productions, Compulsory but experiential Summer Projects, Internship in suitable Media Industries based on individual students area of interest, Campus Interviews and Placement Programmes
  • Year of Establishment 2002
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A candidate with Bachelor’s Degree in Science in the disciplines of Genetics, Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Mathematics, Statistics, Nutrition, Agriculture, B.E./B.Tech, MBBS, BDS, B.Pharm, BPT from this university, or an examination of some other university, accepted by the Syndicate of this university as equivalent thereto, shall be permitted to appear and qualify for the M.Sc. Bio-informatics Degree Examination.
    I Semester Introduction to Bio-informatics, Molecular Cell Biology, Computer Programming Basics, Unix and C , Biophysical Chemistry, Applications of Bioinformatics.
    II Semester Algorithms for Computational Biology, Biotechnology, Tools of Bio-informatics and their uses, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Bioethics, Biosafety and IPR.
    III Semester Genomics, Proteomics, Computer Programming – Perl and CGI, Database Management System-Oracle, Micro Array : Techniques and Applications, Advanced topics in Bio-informatics.
    IV Semester Molecular Mechanics, Computer Aided Drug Design, Databases in Molecular Biology, Project Work.
  • Year of Establishment 2005
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline.
    I Semester Introduction to Social Work and Society, Social Problems and Fields of Social Work, Social Case Work, Social Group Work, Concurrent Field Work
    II Semester Human Growth and Personality Development, Social Work Research, Community Organization and Social Action, Social Policy and Social Legislation, Concurrent Filed Work
    III Semester Computer Application for Social work, Rural Community Development, Development Planning, Labour Legislations, Human Resource Management, Medical Social Work, Introduction to Pshychiatry and Mental Health, Project Formulation, Counselling, Concurrent Field Work
    IV Semester Urban Community Development, Entrepreneurship Development, Labour Welfare and Industrial Relations, Organizational Behaviour, Community Health, Psychiatry Social Work, Administration of Service Organization, Disaster Management, Research Project, Concurrent Field WorkBlock Placement
  • Year of Establishment 2005
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline.
    I Semester Introduction to Social Work and Society, Social Problems and Fields of Social Work, Social Case Work, Social Group Work, Concurrent Field Work
    II Semester Human Growth and Personality Development, Social Work Research, Community Organization and Social Action, Social Policy and Social Legislation, Concurrent Filed Work
    III Semester Computer Application for Social work, Rural Community Development, Development Planning, Labour Legislations, Human Resource Management, Medical Social Work, Introduction to Pshychiatry and Mental Health, Project Formulation, Counselling, Concurrent Field Work
    IV Semester Urban Community Development, Entrepreneurship Development, Labour Welfare and Industrial Relations, Organizational Behaviour, Community Health, Psychiatry Social Work, Administration of Service Organization, Disaster Management, Research Project, Concurrent Field WorkBlock Placement
  • Year of Establishment 2003
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission Minimum pass of 50% in UG Degree Should have completed B.Com. B.B.A., B.C.S., and B.B.M.,
    Semester I Advanced Management, Direct Taxation I, Organizational Behaviour, Entrepreneurial Development, Legal Aspects in Business
    Semester II Indirect Taxation, Direct Taxation – II, Service Marketing, Financial Services and Institutions, Investimet Analysis and Portfolio Management
    Semester III Advanced Corporate Accounting, Financial Management, Research Methodology, Human Resources Management, Sales and Advertising Management, Training and Development.
    Semester IV Advanced Cost Accounting, Industrial Relations and Labour Laws, Project Dissertation, Tally Package, Ethics in Corporate Governance, Strategic Human Resource Management.
  • COURSE OVERVIEW (A brief description about the course) The M.Sc. Microbiology programme was started in the year 2020, to enhance the training of students in the field of Microbiology by addressing the increasing need for skilled scientific manpower by generating highly qualified Microbiologists with an understanding of research ethics involving microorganisms to contribute to application, advancement and impartment of knowledge in the field of Microbiology globally by providing sustainable competitive edge in the present society.

    Objectives

    • To provide quality education in the field of Microbiology and associated areas of Life Science
    • Training students in pedagogy, research skills and methodology so as to assimilate and reflect the principles by critical and scientific approaches towards skill development and employability.
    • Developing a local, regional, national and international perspective and be competent enough in the area of Medical Microbiology, Applied Microbiology and Genetic engineering
    • To provide skills through multi/inter/trans-disciplinary perspectives and integrate issues of social relevance in the field of study.
    • Expand laboratory and project skills through persistant life-long learning and equip students in advanced studies, bio entrepreneurship by applying new ideas and technologies in biological sciences.
    COURSE STRUCTURE

    I Year

    • General Microbiology Food, Agriculture and Environmental Microbiology Immunology and Immunotechnology Medical Microbiology Microbial Physiology and Biomolecules Industrial and Pharmaceutical Microbiology

    • Elective –I A:Petroleum Microbiology Elective –I B:Economic Microbiology Elective-II A: Biological Techniques Elective II- B: Human Anatomy and Physiology IEC-I: Public Health Microbiology IEC-II: Animal Tissue culture IEC-III: Haematology and Blood banking IEC-IV: Forensic Science

    • Main Practical I: Applied Microbiology & Immunology Main Practical II: Medical Microbiology

    II Year

    • Molecular Biology and Microbial Genetics Advanced Microbiology Research Methodology Microbial Gene Technology Bioethics and Biosafety

    • Elective III A: Bioinoculant Technology Elective III B:Fungal biotechnology and Bioprospecting Elective IV-A: Taxonomy and Microbial Biodiversity Elective IV-B: Microbial Nanotechnology

    • IEC-V: Entrepreneurship and Management in Microbial Technology IEP-VI: Cyanobacteriology
    • Main Practical III: Genetic engineering Main Practical IV: Textile and cosmetic Microbiology
    CAREER PROSPECTS (All about where will this take me) Graduates of M.Sc Microbiology have a wide range of jobs which one can choose from the sectors where a graduate can be employed is; In the pharmaceutical industries, opportunities exist in the R&D division and Agricultural research; Microbiologists are recruited for conducting research. Microbiology and immunology provide major inputs to biotechnology and hence several organizations involved in Biotechnological research offer opportunities. To handle industrial production organisms or cultures on various aspects including preservation and maintenance and carry out various microbiological operations involved in bacterial and fungal fermentations from Lab-scale to Pilot-scale to Industrial-scale. Job opportunities after Post graduation in Microbiology includes
    • Microbiologist
    • Clinical Reviewer
    • Clinical Data Associate
    • Research Development Analyst
    • Quality control Executive
    • Clinical Research Executive
    • Microbiological auditor
    • Research Assistant
    • Quality Assurance Technologists
    • Medical Technologists
    • Biomedical Scientist
    • Clinical Research Associate
    • Food Technologist
    • Research Scientist (life sciences)
    EXPERIENCE BEYOND ACADEMICS Students are exposed to regular skill development activities like hands on training in clinical laboratories, research R & D with advanced technical training, mushroom cultivation, Microgreens, Spirulina cultivation and Azolla cultivation- Biofertilzers and Composting.
    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS A candidate who has passed the B.Sc. Degree Examination with a score of with 50% and above in Microbiology / Industrial Microbiology / Botany / Plant Science / Plant Biology and Plant Biotechnology / Zoology / Applied Animal Science and Animal Biotechnology / Biochemistry / Biotechnology / Bioinformatics / Biology / Life Sciences is eligible for the course
    FEES
    SCHOLARSHIPS BC/MBC/DNC/ADBC Scholarship SC/ST Scholarship
  • Year of Establishment 2020
    Duration 2 Years
    Pattern Semester
    Session Un-Aided
    Eligibility for Admission A candidate who has qualified Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry or Chemistry or Zoology or any Life science is eligible for seeking admission to M.Sc. Degree in Biochemistry.
    Special Features Independent elective papers Project for final years

AUXILIUM COLLEGE

AUXILIUM COLLEGE,
Gandhi Nagar,
Vellore - 632 006, Tamilnadu,
South India.

Off: 0416 - 22 41 774

Fax: 91 - 0416 - 22 47 281

Email: coe@auxiliumcollege.edu.in
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Vision

The vision of the college is the education of young women especially the poorest to become empowered and efficient leaders of integrity for the society.

Mission

To impart higher education to the economically weak, socially backward and needy students of Vellore and neighbouring districts.

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