The Department of Biotechnology at PSG College of Technology was started in the year 2000 and began its efforts by offering the B. Tech. degree program in Biotechnology. The activities of the department has expanded to offer M.Tech (from 2006), MS (from 2006) and PhD programs as well. An efficient team of highly qualified, trained and dedicated professionals is available to provide quality training and excellent research opportunities to the students enrolled. The research environment in the department is excellent due to its well equipped laboratories. The college has been able to produce well trained engineering graduates in biotechnology who are uniquely talented in analytical sciences, modern life sciences and engineering.
Be a Catalyst for Emerging Global Bioscience Technologies
To create skilled work force to realize the potentials offered by life science technologies to the benefit of society, and to create and transmit state of the art knowledge in biosciences and help commercialize biotech ventures.
Dr.Ramamurthy V 2000 - 2014
2017MoU with Hong Kong Baptist University
MoU with Hong Kong Baptist University1. To encourage academic and research collaborations
2. Student exchange programmes
2016MoU with Watsan Envirotech PVT. Ltd., Chennai 600097.
MoU with Watsan Envirotech PVT. Ltd., Chennai 600097.
2015M.Tech Biotechnology - Washington accord accreditation.
M.Tech Biotechnology - Washington accord accreditation.
2013B.Tech Biotechnology – NBA Accredated.
B.Tech Biotechnology – NBA Accredated.
2019A Novel Study on Biodiesel Production from Non-Edible Oils using Heterogeneous Catalytic System
A Novel Study on Biodiesel Production from Non-Edible Oils using Heterogeneous Catalytic System
Mr. Balajii Muthusamy, Ph.D. Scholar from Department of Biotechnology, PSG College of Technology, Tamil Nadu, is pursuing his research on “A Novel Study on Biodiesel Production from Non-Edible Oils using Heterogeneous Catalytic System” under the guidance of Dr.S.Niju. His popular science story entitled Musa “Pisang Awak” (Banana Peel) – A Novel Renewable Heterogeneous Catalyst for Biodiesel Production” has been selected for AWSAR Award