Instructions for the paper setters




Скачать 162.35 Kb.
НазваниеInstructions for the paper setters
страница7/9
Дата02.01.2013
Размер162.35 Kb.
ТипДокументы
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9

Instructions for the paper setters


The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D, and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 20 marks in all.

Instructions for the candidates


  1. Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.

  2. The use of scientific calculators is allowed.



Section – A

  1. Primary and Secondary metabolites of industrial importance,

  2. Techniques involved in screening / detection of industrially important metabolites from microbes

  3. Biosynthesis and fermentation process involve in: Role of Bioproducts as Neutraceutics : Mycoproteins, Phycoproteins, High Fructose syrups.

Section – B

  1. Antibiotics (Penicillin, Streptomycin, Tetracycline), Alkaloids (ergot, lysergic acid),

  2. Biotransformations (Steroids, chirals), Vaccines (BCG, DPT, polio, hepatitis)

  3. Therapeutic Proteins (Interferons, Insulin, Streptokinase, Erythropoietin) Bacteriophages.

Section – C

  1. Fermentative production of Beer, wine, whisky organic acids- citric, lactic, acetic acids, vinegar.

  2. Production of Cheese, Yoghurt, Probiotics, Traditional Fermented foods

  3. Food Additives: lipids, vitamins, flavours.

Section - D

  1. Pharma and Therapeutic enzymes

  2. Enzymes in detergent

  3. Enzymes in textile & leather industries.

Suggested Readings (Latest Editions) :

  1. Publisher: American Society Microbiology, 3rd edition (J2007) ISBN – 10, 1555814077 ISBN-13:978-1555814076, Food Microbiology: Fundamentals and Frontiers by Dolye.

  2. Publisher : American Society Microbiology, 1st Edition (2005) ISBN – 10 1555813089 ISBN- 13 : 978-1555813086, Food Microbiology : An Introduction by Montville

  3. Publisher: Academic Press: 2nd edition (2004) ISBN – 10: 0125506562, ISBN – 13: 978 -01255016564, Environmental Microbiology: a Laboration Manual by Ian L. Pepper and Charles P. Gerba.

  4. Publisher: Academic Press: 1st edition (2003) ISBN – 10: 0120164477, ISBN-13; 978-0120164479, Advances in Food & Nutrition Research by Steve Taylor.

  5. Publisher: Academic Press: 1st edition (2000) ISBN – 10: 0124975704, ISBN- 13: 978 – 01254975705, Environmental Microbiology by Raina M. Maier. Ian I. Pepper and Charles P. Gerba.

  6. Publisher : CRC 2nd edition (2001) ISBN – 10 : 082470536x, ISBN- 13, ; 978-0824705367, Applied Dairy Microbiology , by Elmer H. Math and James Steele.



P-X

Industrial Microbiology – II (Environment, Biofuels, Chemicals, Biomass)



M. Marks: 80 Lectures to be delivered: 60

Time allowed: 3 hours Pass Marks: 35%

(Theory and Practicals separately)

Instructions for the paper setters


The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D, and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 20 marks in all.

Instructions for the candidates


  1. Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.

  2. The use of scientific calculators is allowed.



Section - A

  1. Bioremediation: Types and sources of pollution – Inorganic, organic and biotic. Clinical example of air, water and land pollutions. Environmental impact of pollution and measurement methods. Composting of organic wastes, microbial bioremediation of oil spills.

  2. Waste water treatment – sewage treatment and common industrial effluent treatment. Concept of bioremediation (in – situ and ex – situ); Bioremediation of toxic metal ions – bisorption and bioaccumulation principles. Concept of phytoremediation. Microbial biotransformatioln of pesticides and xenobiotics .

  3. Bio-leaching: Microbial leaching of ores – direct and indirect mechanisms. Biodegradation of Polyaromatic hydrocarbons, Desulphurization of coal, Biodesulfurization of petroleum.



Section – B

  1. Classification , Characteristics and conversion methods of bio- mass and solid wastes,Bio – mass combustion: Principles and mechanism, furnaces and their design.

  2. Chemical conversion of bio – mass and agricultural waste into pulp, paper, various other products and chemicals. Conversion of agricultural wastes into energy chemicals.

  3. Utilization of Milling by–products of cereals, pulses and other bearing materials for foods, feed and chemicals production, Biomass as Baker’s yeast, SCPs, Mushrooms.

Section – C

  1. Biomass and Bio– fuels: Plant biomass (Cellulose, starch, pectin, gum materials), Animal biomass (chitin, milk whey, Slaughter house wastes), Microbial biomass (algal blooms – in fresh and sea waters, Fungal – Mushrooms, yeasts and bacterial fermentation biomass wastes)

  2. Concepts of single cell proteins, probiotics and their application. Biomass feed stocks to fermentation.

  3. Microbial production of fuels; alcohols, hydrogen and methane. Microbial production of polymers (xanthan gums)

Section – D

  1. Biofertilizers : Biofertilizers and their importance in corp productivity . Algal and fungal (mycorrhizae) biofertilizers, Bacterial rhizobial , free living N2 fixers and phosphate solublizing bacteria, their significance and practice

  2. Biopesticides: Bacterial (Bt pesticides), fungal (Trichoderma). Viral biopesticides – Baculovirus, NPV insecticides.

  3. Production of biofertilizers and biopesticides for large scale application..



Suggested Readings (Latest Editions) :

  1. Publisher: American Society Microbiology, 3rd edition (J2007) ISBN – 10, 1555814077 ISBN-13:978-1555814076, Food Microbiology : Fundamentals and Frontiers by Dolye.

  2. Publisher : American Society Microbiology, 1st Edition (2005) ISBN – 10 1555813089 ISBN- 13 : 978-1555813086, Food Microbiology : An Introduction by Montville

  3. Publisher: Academic Press: 2nd edition (2004) ISBN – 10: 0125506562, ISBN – 13: 978 -01255016564, Environmental Microbiology: a Laboration Manual by Ian L. Pepper and Charles P. Gerba.

  4. Publisher: Academic Press: 1st edition (2003) ISBN – 10: 0120164477, ISBN-13; 978-0120164479, Advances in Food & Nutrition Research by Steve Taylor.

  5. Publisher: Academic Press: 1st edition (2000) ISBN – 10: 0124975704, ISBN- 13: 978 – 01254975705, Environmental Microbiology by Raina M. Maier. Ian I. Pepper and Charles P. Gerba.

  6. Publisher: CRC 2nd edition (2001) ISBN – 10 : 082470536x, ISBN- 13, ; 978-0824705367, Applied Dairy Microbiology , by Elmer H. Math and James Steele.

  7. Comprehensive Biotechnology (All volumes) Ed. Young. M.Y. Pub: Pergmon Press.

P – XI

Biostatistics and Computer applications

M. Marks: 80 Lectures to be delivered: 60

Time allowed: 3 hours Pass Marks: 35%

(Theory and Practicals separately)
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9

Похожие:

Instructions for the paper setters iconInstructions for the paper setters

Instructions for the paper setters iconInstructions for the paper setters

Instructions for the paper setters iconMm 601: differential equations- II lectures to be delivered: 60 Maximum Marks: 80 Time Allowed: 3hours Internal Assessment: 20 Total: 100 instructions for the paper – setter

Instructions for the paper setters iconNote: Hidden text with instructions can be viewed by clicking “Tools”, “Options”, “View” tab then checking “Hidden text” and “All” in the section “Non-printing characters. Please delete this notation after you have read the instructions

Instructions for the paper setters iconNews blogs as political agenda-setters

Instructions for the paper setters iconMidterm (March 20) (30%), Term Paper (April 9) (30%) and Final (May 8) (40%). Paper (12 pages maximum) – on major current policy issue facing one of the countries studied. Please submit to ta by email and note class title and number. Readings

Instructions for the paper setters iconThis Information Paper is intended to provide information to the Productivity Commission. The Paper does not represent the policy position of the Ministerial Council on Consumer Affairs or the individual members of the Council

Instructions for the paper setters iconNot on long sheets of paper—but if you are experienced in giving oral reports, and long sheets of paper work for you, do it in the way that works best for you, but do not read

Instructions for the paper setters iconHandbook of Paper and Board Edited by Herbert Holik Handbook of Paper and Board. H. Holik (Ed.) © 2006 wiley-vch verlag GmbH & Co. KgaA, Weinheim

Instructions for the paper setters iconПрограмма «Скалы для каждого»
Демир Капия (Македония) проходил очередной семинар Александра Кленова для подготовщиков трасс на естественном рельефе. В этот раз,...
Разместите кнопку на своём сайте:
Библиотека


База данных защищена авторским правом ©lib.znate.ru 2014
обратиться к администрации
Библиотека
Главная страница