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    Difference between Biotech and B.Sc. (Biotechnology)?

    Difference between Biotech and B.Sc. (Biotechnology)?

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    Pradeep Mehta Pradeep Mehta is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Difference between Biotech and B.Sc. (Biotechnology)?

    Dear Guest,

    There is no difference between the two. Biotech is short for Biotechnology. B.Sc (Biotechnology) is a course that teaches the following subjects.

    - Biodiversity
    - Biological Chemistry
    - Cell Biology
    - Microbiology
    - Ecology
    - Genetics & Evolution
    - Animal Physiology
    - Plant Physiology
    - Immunology

    I hope you now have a clear understanding about Biotechnology.

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    KAVITAGOPANI KAVITAGOPANI is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Difference between Biotech and B.Sc. (Biotechnology)?

    B.Sc is more theoretical , while B.Tech in Biotechnology will give you more practical knowledge(with projects,industrial and recent trends, etc).
    Hence B.tech dwells deeper than B.Sc.

    Research wise both are fine, and Research with a B.Tech will of course have more Weightage, thus job opportunities are more with B.Tech than B.Sc.

    BSc courses are normally 3 year course where as B.Tech course is engineering course and takes 4 years to complete. Its always good to go for Btech , because the value added by engineering degree is far more than the one you get through B.Sc.



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