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SUMMIT RESEARCH PROGRAM
A re-imagined B.Tech Biotechnology degree with integrated research program

First ever under-graduate research program

Work on live cutting-edge research

Conduct lab work at premier universities abroad

Be part of an erudite mentoring program

Opportunity to publish in reputed journals

Gain personal insights from faculty and PhD students

Need-blind admission policy

Shoolini University

Among top 10 private universities in North India - Govt of India, NIRF rankings 2017

All India sixth rank in patent filing - Govt of India report 2015-2016

 Highest among all public and private universities, and IITs established after 2009

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Admission Enquiry

Second Round Counselling at Shoolini University on July 28, 2017

About B.Tech Biotechnology (with integrated Summit Research Program)

A unique research-oriented degree program that prepares students for global opportunities at leading academic institutions and corporate R&D teams. Fully integrated with regular engineering curriculum, the Summit Research Program provides hands-on exposure to high quality research, experience with writing technical papers, personal mentorship, and interactions with internationally-acclaimed research practitioners and experts.

Summit Research Program

Shoolini University offers a unique undergraduate (B.Tech) program in biotechnology where selected students have the opportunity to pursue the Summit Research Program. This program provides first-hand exposure to high quality research in state-of-the-art global research environments, experience with writing and publishing papers, and personal interaction with acclaimed research practitioners/experts from around the world. The Summit Research Program is fully integrated with the regular engineering curriculum.

The experience prepares Summit Scholars to the needs and requirements of reputed Global and Indian educational institutions, as well as leading corporate R&D departments. The scholars will be very well positioned to pursue higher studies in the world’s best institutions, participate in high-tech startups, or pursue research careers in the corporate world. Throughout the four-year program, scholars are also mentored by highly qualified faculty/experts with global experience to assist and guide them in pursuing their passion.

Shoolini University's B.Tech Biotechnology graduates are already pursuing Masters programs at some of the most reputed universities in the world, including:

  • Stanford University, USA
  • University of Bonn, Germany
  • University of Windsor, Canada
  • Gachon University, South Korea
  • University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Wageningen University, Netherlands

Summit Scholars are selected entirely on their merit and aptitude to succeed in the program. The University is committed to seek the best candidates without limitations of their financial backgrounds. Therefore, we follow a Need-Blind admission policy, where the University provides support, even up to full scholarship, based on each individual’s specific financial need. If you are passionate about research and life-sciences, the University will ensure that your finances do not come in the way of your joining our program.

Eligibility:

  • 10 + 2 with either Physics/Chemistry/Biology or Physics/Chemistry/Math
  • Basis of Admission is through JEE/NEET/HPCET or any equivalent entrance test recognized by HP government
Admission Criteria:
  • Shortlisted students will be selected based on an interview conducted by a panel of faculty/PhDs.
  • Looking for students who have a passion for research and life sciences, and are keen to pursue a global career.
  • Seats in the Summit Research Program are limited to a maximum of 30, to ensure individual attention and mentorship to each of the Summit Scholars. Students who do not qualify for the Summit Research Program, can pursue the regular B.Tech Biotechnology course.

Closing date for round two submissions of Summit Research Program applications: July 28, 2017

Summit Research Program

Summit Research Program activities running concurrently with the regular B.Tech Biotechnology 8 semester program

Year 1

Introduction to research methodology

Exposure to all live research laboratories at Shoolini

Summit Scholars will select, and be assigned, a research project that they feel most passionate about

Year 2

Work modules - deep dive into assigned research project conducting Literature survey, data analysis, observations

Year 3

Work modules - engage in assigned research project contributing actively in hands on research

Work on research paper, based on on-going research and lab work

Year 4

Work modules - conclude assigned research project

Paper submission

Preparation for standardised tests and applications for higher studies

Students may have an opportunity to spend the final semester at a foreign partner institution

Summit Scholars will each be assigned a mentor who will be available to them during the entire program for research and career guidance

Exposure to institutional/corporate labs through visits, and interactions with acclaimed research and practitioners to increase their exposure to current research best practices and innovations.

About Shoolini University

Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences is committed to excellence in all aspects of graduate and postgraduate learning, the transmission of relevant knowledge and skills, and free thinking needed to address the challenges of the modern world.

We are a non-profit multi-disciplinary private university with a vision to be a top 200 global university in next ten years. In addition, we aspire to provide quality and relevant education to our students at an affordable and subsidized fee structure.

To achieve this aspiration, we have designed our business model around five areas of focus: attracting and retaining top faculty; forging alliances with industry and academia of repute; governing through values and transparency; building world class and environment friendly infrastructure; and attracting brilliant and aspiring students from India, and around the globe.

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Faculty

200 Qualified faculty from UK & US Universities

Summit Research Program Faculty include:

 

DR. ANURADHA SURIRAJAN
Professor-cum-Dean Biotechnology
Ph.D., IISc Bangalore Post-doctorate, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA
DR. KAMAL DEV
Associate Professor-School of Biotechnology
Ph.D., IISc Bangalore Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Govt. of USA
DR. NEERAJ MAHINDROO
Professor cum Dean Pharmaceutical Sciences
Post-Doctoral Research Associate, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, USA
DR. SAURABH KULSHRESTHA
Program Director, Summit Research Program
Post-Doc, Dept. of Plant Pathology, University of Kentucky, USA

Shoolini University also arranges for guests to educate and motivate the students on current trends and best practices in the field of life sciences.

Eminent Scientists and Academicians who have visited the university include:

LATE DR. APJ ABDUL KALAM
Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan
Career scientist turned Statesman
11th President of India
PROF. HOWARTH BOUIS
Director, Harvest Plus, USA
2016 World Food Prize Laureate (Agriculture Science)
Pioneered the concept of Biofortification
DR. KAMALJIT SINGH BAWA
Prof of Biology, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA
Fellow of the Royal Society
Evolutionary ecologist, conservation biologist
DR. ROBERT HUBER
Center for Medical Biotechnology, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
First insights into the structural bodies that performed the function of photosynthesis

Summit Research Program Advisory Board Members include:


Dr. Kamaljit Singh Bawa

Prof. of Biology, University of Massachusetts,
Boston, USA.
Fellow of the Royal Society
Evolutionary ecologist, Conservation biologist


Dr. Rajendra Singh Paroda

Former Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)
Acclaimed Indian agriculture scientist


Dr. Steven L. Stephenson

Research Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
University of Arkansas, USA
Fulbright Specialist

Scholarships

All selected Summit Scholars will be offered full-scholarship for the Summit Research Program curriculum. In addition, they will be considered for Need-Blind admission, including full scholarship, for the B.Tech Biotechnology program.

"Need-blind" means that a student will not be disadvantaged in the admissions process because of their financial need. Shoolini University will give a student enough financial aid so that they can afford to join the program, no matter how much or how little their family can pay.  

List of other available scholarships 

Fee Structure

Course

Annual Fees (Rs)

PAYMENT SCHEDULE
First Instalment (at the time of admission) Subsequent Instalments in succeeding semesters
B.Tech 1,26,250 Rs. 63,125 + Security Rs, 63,250
SECURITY (Refundable) – Rs 10,000 (onetime payment to be paid at the time of admission)

 

HOSTEL CHARGES

Rs 37,000 per semester* (twin sharing)
Rs 34,000 per semester (triple sharing)
Rs 45,000 per semester* (for International Hostel)

Hostel Security (Refundable): Rs 5,000 (one time payment)
*Seats in double occupancy and international hostel are limited

Global Opportunities

Our footprint of faculty/guest, student exchanges and higher studies/internships span the entire world.

Our partnerships/associations include the following institutions:

Stanford University, USA; University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA; Harvest Plus, Washington, DC, USA; University of La Verne, LaVerne, USA; Fermi Research Lab, USA; University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA; University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada; Sprott Shaw College, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada; British Colombia Institute of Technology, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada; University of Ulster Northern Ireland, UK; Magna Carta College, Oxford, UK; Wageningen University, Netherlands; Best Team Nigeria Ltd, Nigeria; University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa; The Pharmacy and Poisons Board of Govt. of Kenya, Kenya; Bukovinian State Medical University, Chernivtsi, Ukraine; Kabul University, Afghanistan; Eshraq University, Afghanistan; Samara State Aerospace University, Samara, Russia; Lanzhou University, China; Sichuan University, China; Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan; National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea; Gachon University, South Korea; Suwon University, South Korea; Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea; Kyung Hee University, South Korea; ETRI, Seoul, South Korea; Sierra Bio Life, Melbourne, Australia; University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Our salient features

One of India's foremost, research intensive private universities...

Laboratories

20 state-of-the-art research laboratories; over 30 Biotech & Bio-engineering patents

Campus

A heavenly 20 acre campus nestled in the hills of Solan, close to Chandigarh & Shilma; one of India's best libraries; world-class sporting facilities

Hostels

Modern & Secure Hostels. Separate hostels are available for Boys and Girls, each having common facilities of a living room, TV room, activity area, table tennis and internet connection

Faculty

The B.Tech Biotechnology program comprises accomplished faculty with global exposure; 95% of the faculty have PhDs or Post Doctoral qualification

Placement

On-campus hiring, internship, skills development though an innovative SPRINT program; companies frequently hiring graduates include Ranbaxy Laboratories, Dabur India, Genpact, Orbit Biotech, HDFC Bank, ICICI Prudential, Marsh & McLennan, Oberoi Hotels, Oliver Wyman, Anand Automotive, Airtel, C-Step, Daimler, GKN Driveline, Axis Bank, Agilent, Eicher, Volvo & many more

Scholarships

All selected Summit Scholars will be offered full-scholarships for the Summit Research Program curriculum. In addition, they will be considered for Need-Blind admission, including full scholarships, for the B.Tech Biotechnology program

Examples of foreign research labs for potential final semester visit

University of New Hampshire, USA: Prof. Subash Minocha’s Lab is working on genetic manipulation of plant metabolism and stress response in plants; cloning and characterization of genes involved in polyamine biosynthesis; and cloning and characterization of genes in marine algae for genetic manipulation.

University of Arkansas, USA: Prof. Steve L. Stephenson’s Lab is mainly working on two different subject areas: (1) the ecology of upland forest communities in the mid-Appalachian region of eastern North America and (2) the distribution and ecology of myxomycetes (plasmodial slime molds) and other eumycetozoans in terrestrial ecosystems.

University of Massachusetts, Boston USA: Dr Kamaljit Singh Bawa is a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Society, London. Prof. Bawa is an evolutionary ecologist, conservation biologist and a distinguished professor of Biology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Prof. Bawa is also on global advisory committee of Shoolini University.

School of Life Sciences, Lanzhou University, PR China: Prof. Xiangnkai Li is a well known professor and Mentor at Lanzhou University, His lab works on interaction between pollution and microbial communities and microbial remediation’s of environmental contaminations.

University of Otago Christchurch, New Zealand: Prof. Christine Winterbourn is a research collaborator of Shoolini University. Professor Winterbourn's lab focus is on understanding mechanisms of reactive oxidant production, the biochemistry of biological damage and the consequences for disease pathology. Her current interests includes the production of reactive oxidants by neutrophils and their involvement in microbial killing and inflammation, how neutrophils form extracellular traps (NETs), how thiol proteins contribute to antioxidant defence and redox regulated cell signaling, biochemistry and cellular functions of mammalian peroxiredoxins, mechanisms of oxidative protein crosslinking and oxidant-antioxidant interactions in red blood cells

Examples of Institutes for Educational/Exposure Visits

Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH), Chandigarh: A research institute in the frontline areas of biology and biotechnology of microorganisms, with state of the art facilities. IMTECH's team of scientists having cutting edge R&D expertise in the areas of: Cloning & expression of recombinant / engineered proteins & their scale-up, Understanding / manipulating proteins and their engineering, Protein structure determination through X-ray crystallography, Molecular microbiology of pathogens especially with respect to drug resistance & vaccine development, Immunology of infectious diseases, Yeast Genetics, Screening of microorganisms for novel enzymatic activities and strain improvement, Bioinformatics & high end computational biology, Microbial taxonomy and metagenomics, and allied areas like technology and business management and intellectual property protection.

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Mohali: IISER Mohali is one of the five IISER’s setup by Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Govt. of India. The basic mandate of the IISERs is to carry out research in frontier areas of science and to provide quality science education at the undergraduate and the postgraduate level. Faculty research spans a diverse spectrum of interests ranging from structural, cellular & molecular biology, immunology, evolutionary biology and protein folding & misfolding in Biology, theoretical inorganic, organometallic chemistry, X-ray crystallography and spectroscopy in Chemistry, algebra, algebraic geometry, functional analysis, differential geometry and computational number theory in Mathematics, to quantum information theory, biomolecular NMR & quantum computing, statistical mechanics, ultrafast lasers, nonlinear dynamics, astrophysics, string theory and low temperature nanoscale systems in Physics.

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research S.A.S. Nagar: National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) is the first national level institute in pharmaceutical sciences with a proclaimed objective of becoming a centre of excellence for advanced studies and research in pharmaceutical sciences. The Government of India has declared NIPER as an 'Institute of National Importance'. It is an autonomous body set up under the aegis of Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Government of India. The Institute is conceived to provide leadership in pharmaceutical sciences and related areas not only within the country, but also to the countries in South East Asia, South Asia and Africa. 

Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi: IARI is a premier research institute of India in the area of agricultural research established in 1905 as Pusa Institute in Pusa (Bihar). Post independence, the institute has been renamed as Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI). The green revolution that brought smiles to millions of Indians bloomed from the fields of IARI with the development of famous wheat varieties which contributed an estimated on billion tones of addition production.  As the Mother of several ICAR institutions, IARI continues to be the leading institution for agricultural research, education and extension in the country. 

Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad: The Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology (CCMB) is a premier research organization in frontier areas of modern biology. The objectives of the Centre are to conduct high quality basic research and training in frontier areas of modern biology, and promote centralized national facilities for new and modern techniques in the inter-disciplinary areas of biology.

 

Examples of Companies for Educational/Exposure Visits

Ranbaxy: Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (Ranbaxy) develops, manufactures and markets Generic, Branded Generic, Value-added and Over-the-Counter (OTC) products, Anti-retrovirals (ARVs), Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs), and Intermediates. Ranbaxy is a research based international pharmaceutical company and is a member of the Daiichi Sankyo Group which has operations globally. 

Biocon: Biocon Ltd., Asia's premier biopharmaceutical company, is committed to ensure a global right to healthcare by addressing the worldwide need for safe, effective and affordable biotherapeutics. Biocon have harnessed the power of biotechnology through affordable innovation to enhance access to new and differentiated therapies for diseases that are chronic, where medical needs are largely unmet. 

Dabur: Dabur India Ltd is one of India's leading FMCG Companies with Revenues of over Rs 7,806.4 Crore & Market Capitalisation of US $5 Billion. Building on a legacy of quality and experience of over 131 years, Dabur is today India's Most Trusted Name and the World's Largest Ayurvedic and Natural Health Care Company. 

Dr Reddys: As a company that was started by a scientist, Dr Reddy's fosters a culture where scientific temperament is rooted in our people and our approach to research. Our research efforts are geared toward accelerating access to affordable and innovative medicines. We focus our work on being first to market with products that are difficult to make. Why? These tough-to-make products are likely to be very expensive, and our unique capabilities allow us to improve accessibility to them. Similarly, our patient-centric approach means we tend to focus on developing differentiated products that best address unmet patient needs. 

Hash Biotech Labs: Hash BioTech Labs is a premier R&D organization in the field of Phycology. Driven by product innovation and high quality standards, Hash BioTech Labs has successfully developed numerous technologies, ranging from mass cultivation of various alga to the purification of PhycoBiliProteins, including Phycocyanin. Furthermore, research is currently underway in the areas of Bio Energy, Bio Pigments, Bio Fertilizers, Bio Cosmetics, Nutraceuticals, Pharmaceuticals etc.

Examples of Scientists and Researchers for Guest Lectures

Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Director IHBT Palampur: Dr. Sanjay Kumar has joined as director IHBT in June 2015. With a focus on high altitude biology, his research interests span plant adaptation and climate change studies, metabolic engineering of secondary metabolites and bioprospecting genes and enzymes.

Dr. R. S. Paroda: Dr Paroda is an Indian Agricultural Scientist. He is a former Director General of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and Secretary, Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE), Government of India. Dr Paroda is a Fellow of almost all Science Academies of India, beside Fellow of Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Tajik Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Armenian Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

Prof. R. K. Kohli, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Punjab, Bhatinda: Prof. R.K. Kohli, M.Sc. Ph.D, recepient of JC Bose National Fellow, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, Fellow of all the 4 National Science Academies (FNA, FASc, FNASc, FNAAS) has been appointed as second Vice Chancellor of Central University of Punjab w.e.f. September 5, 2014. He is a renowned ecologist.

Prof. Deepak Pental, Ex Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi: Prof. Pental s a Professor of Genetics and the Ex Vice Chancellor at the University of Delhi. He is a noted researcher whose current research interests lie in development of transgenics and marker-assisted breeding of crops. He has vast experience in working with mustard and cotton.

Prof. Tej Pratap Ex Vice Chancellor, HPAU and SKUAST: Prof. Tej Pratap is an renowned agricultural scientist and is formar Vice Chancellor of Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University and Shere Kashmir University of Agriculture Science and Technology.

Shoolini University - Scholarship Test conducted on May 21, 2017

Click here to download the test results.

Scores above 53 are eligible for scholarships. 

Shoolini University - Second Round Counselling on July 28, 2017

The Second Round of counseling for B.Tech in Biotechnology with integrated Summit Research Program is scheduled on Friday, July 28 from 10 am to 3 pm at Shoolini University.

We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to meet the B.Tech in Biotechnology faculty and tour the campus on either of these days. At the counseling session, based on an interview, Shoolini University will also be providing firm admission offers to eligible students.

Counseling/Admission Schedule

Reporting Date: Friday, July 28, 2017     Time: 10:00 AM, Venue: SILB

 

Time

Program (Venue: Rattan Tata Hall)

10.00 am-1.00 pm

Counseling by concerned faculty followed by fee deposition and handing over academic calendar along with university accolades

10.00 am-1.00 pm

University videos

11.15 am-11.30 am

Tea Break

1.00 pm-2.00 pm

Lunch at faculty club

2.00 pm- 2.30 pm

Tour of University Campus

2.30 pm-3.00 pm

Departure of Buses from University Campus

 

1.      On either of the specified dates, applicants for the Summit Research Program, along with their parents, will need to make their own arrangement to reach Solan in the morning. Shoolini University will arrange to have you picked up from Solan, and dropped back to Solan in the afternoon/evening. The students coming by their own vehicle may report directly at the University Campus, Bajhol.  In special circumstances, Shoolini University can make arrangements for pick-up/drop-off of Summit Research Program applicants from Chandigarh.

2.      The students must bring their three photographs, original certificates (10th, 12th & JEE/AIPMT/HPTU/Any other State/National Test), if not deposited earlier for the verification purposes.

3.      Lunch will be arranged for all.

For further queries, please contact on 9625233301, 9625233302, 9625233303 or mail on 

admissions@shooliniuniversity.com

List of Shoolini University’s Live Research Laboratories/Projects

Faculty of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, Shoolini University, Solan

Dr Somesh Sharma

  1. Utilization of Wild Himalayan Fig for the sustainable livelihood of weaker sections of the society in mid hill region of Himachal Pradesh
  2. Utilization of Wild Himalayan fig for micronutrient fortified product development and bacteriocin production
  3. Utilization of Industry waste for microbial colour production and other value added product development 
  4. Utilization of cereals for development of protein enriched beverages.
  5. Utilization of underutilized and wild fruits for vinegar and wine production.

Dr Azhar Khan

  1. Co-prevalence of parasitic infection in type II diabetes
  2. Hypertensive state in non-obese population
  3. Therapeutic implications of medicinal plants in treating biofilm producing bacteria
  4. Isolation and characterization of bioactive compound in treatment of type II diabetes & hypertension.
  5. Role of T-Helper17 and T–Regulatory cells in Salmonella typhi infection and Screening of medicinal plants for Antityphoid activity.

Dr Adesh Saini

  1. In vivo role of antioxidants in yeast, cell lines and mouse model to test the efficacy of Functional food grown in Indian Himalayan Region.
  2. Industrial application of Vinegar production by characterized consortium prepared from various mother culture.
  3. Investigating the role of initiation factors in protein translation using yeast and mammalian cells.
  4. Construction of cDNA library in yeast from medicinal plants/industrially important plants for synthetic biology applications leading to conservation of over exploited plant species.

Dr Pankaj Chauhan

  1. Extraction and utilization of Nutraceutical compounds from herbal plants for making different value added food products, like Jams, Jellies, RTS drinks etc.
  2. Biochemical & Molecular effects of Brewery/Distillery Effluent on Seasonal Crops of Solan (HP) and Bioremediation of contaminated soil
  3. Comparative Pharmacological study of different endangered medicinal plant species of HP
  4. Studies on biocompatibility and evaluation of green synthesized nano particles from Himalayan region for their antimicrobial and antidiabetic activities- An in vivo study

Dr Saurabh Kulshrestha

  1. Identification of genes involved in the pathogenesis of economically important fungal pathogens on different plants and fruits.
  2. Identification and characterization of mycovirus capable of inducing hypovirulence in their respective fungal hosts.
  3. Development of mycovirus based biocontrol strategy for the control of fungal pathogens in the field conditions.
  4. Development of an efficient and environment friendly water purification strategy using Moringa seeds
  5. Estimation of nutritional and antimicrobial potential of various parts of a miracle tree (Moringa oleifera)
  6. Development of biosensor based efficient detection methods to detect plant viral pathogens.

Dr Reena V. Saini

  1. An insight into bioactive compounds of   Emblicaofficinalis: Modulating immune cell activity against cancer cells.
  2. Analysis of immunomodulatory and anti-cancerous activity of biopolymer-metaloxidenanocomposite.
  3. Antitumor activity of silver nanoparticles derived from Pinusroxburghii: An In vivo study.
  4. Anticancer immune responses mediated through bioactive phytochemicals from Daturastramoniumof Western Himalayas.
  5. Anticancer properties of Stephaniaelegans phyto constituents.
  6. Pilot scale demonstration of the anticancer immune responses generated by the phytocomponents present in the needles of Pinusroxburghii.

Dr Astha Tripathi

  1. Collection, isolation and identification of wild mushrooms from different ecological regions of Himachal Pradesh. Mushrooms are identified by molecular and classification taxonomy.
  2. Biodegradation of phenolic compounds and synthetic dyes by mycelial culture of wild mushrooms.
  3. Extracellular ligninolytic enzymes of wild mushrooms. Screening and purification of Hybrid ligninolytic enzymes.
  4. Antimicrobial properties of mushrooms against pathogenic bacteria and fungi. Isolation and identification of bioactive compounds by wild mushrooms.
  5. Isolation and Identification of bacteria from different contaminated sources.

Dr Dinesh Kumar

  1. Process optimization for recovery of zein and xanthophylls ( a valuable maize protein and pigments) from corn gluten meal
  2.  Development of impedance based biosensors for the detection of human and food borne pathogens
  3. Development of mutants of Bacillus sp. for production of thermostable

Shoolini University's Scholarship Scheme

 

To attract meritorious students and as a part of its social responsibility, Shoolini University has instituted the significant number of scholarships. This initiative of Shoolini is aimed at rewarding the hard work of Students towards achieving excellence in education and also removing the barriers to higher education for students from low-income groups.

In order to be eligible for the Scholarships, students must fulfill eligibility criteria and conditions given against each of these.

 

Details of Scholarships

Sr. No.

Type of Scholarship

Amount

Remarks

1

Single Girl Child (Income Below Rs 5 lakhs)

Equivalent to 10% of Tuition Fee/year

Scholarship to continue subject to 75% class attendance

2

Sibling Scholarship (Income Below Rs 5 lakhs)

Equivalent to 10% of Tuition Fee/year

3

Single Parent (Mother) Child

Equivalent to 10% of Tuition Fee/year

4

Merit Scholarship for all Under Graduate programme based on Class XII Board exams

A.      All State Education Boards

85-89% Marks

90-95% Marks

95% & above

 

Equivalent to 20% of Tuition fee for one year only

Equivalent to 50% of Tuition fee for one year only

Equivalent to 75% of Tuition fee for one year only

B.      National Education Boards

90-95% Mark

95% & above

 

Equivalent to 50% of Tuition fee for one year only

Equivalent to 75% of Tuition fee for one year only

5

Merit Scholarship for Post Graduate Programme

A.      For MBA/PGDBM/Executive MBA Programmes

For MBA total budget of Rs 5 Lakh given to Dean MBA for decision.

B.      For other Post Graduate Programmes

+85% marks

Equivalent to 15% of Tuition fee for one year only

6

Merit-cum-Means Scholarship

To be decided by committee of the Foundation for Life Sciences & Business Management

7

For Ph.D. Scholars

Five University Assistantship equivalent to full fee