Biochemical Engineering is a combination of chemical and biological engineering. It is an interesting field concerned with the construction and design of biological organisms, biological structures, and the use of medical sciences to design substitute damaged body parts such as artificial organs. The scope of biochemical engineering is limitless. Bachelor’s Degree in biochemistry or biology can open a lot of avenues for aspirants who want to pursue a career in biochemical engineering. Aspirants who study biochemical engineering get hired in areas like agriculture research organizations, fisheries, government cancer research institutes, environmental pollution control, forensic science, government hospitals, government laboratories, etc. This course offers both graduate and postgraduate programs. Candidates are advised to prepare well from the previous year's question papers.
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Biochemical Engineering Eligibility:
For UG- 10+2 in 60% Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics
For PG- B.Tech from any recognized university
Biochemical Engineering: Exam Pattern
There are different entrances available to appear for various courses such as JEE, BITSAT, GATE. There are both government and private exams for the Biochemical Engineering course which holds their own criterion of exam study.
Biochemical Engineering: Syllabus
Anatomy and Physiology
Biochemistry and Biophysics
Clinical Engineering and many more.
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