Jamia Hamdard has started a full-fledged Master of Science (MSc) course in Biomedical Sciences. This is an effort to cater to the healthcare requirements. The two-year program was proposed by the university’s Institute of Molecular Medicine (JH-IMM). And will concentrate on healthcare areas associate to battle future pandemics in the nation.
There are around 20 seats on offer. The candidates who wish to apply through the website- jamiahamdard.edu till September 30.
This program is conducted to prepare human resources in areas related to drug/ vaccine development, analyze medical data to investigate pathogens and continual diseases, and help develop programs that can expand outcomes in the population health of our nation.
The candidates need to maintain a Bachelor’s degree in subjects pertained to Biological Sciences- Biomedical Sciences/ Life Sciences/ Zoology/Microbiology/ Chemistry/ Biochemistry etc with at least 50 percent marks in total.
The semester would contain five papers, and one practical throughout semester 1, 2, and 3. Semester IV would include the optional study area, from which each student has to select one writing work.
About Jamia Hamdard
Jamia Hamdard-Institute of Molecular Medicine (JH-IMM) is an educational Institute. It primarily lays emphasis on biological, medical, chemical, and computational moves to biomedical research. Particularly for investigating the molecular basis of mortal diseases and intervention.
The institute oversees the evolving area combining traditional and modern medicine, to be an important center of finding in biomedical research and development into a world-class science and educational research material.