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GateBiotech Test Series

We offer GateBiotech Test Series for GATE BIOTECHNOLOGY 2024 exam. It includes 10 GateBiotech Tests and 2 Mock Tests. Click the following links for schedule and topics :

Schedule

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S. No.TestsDate of Test
   
1.Test -18 October
   
2.Test -214 October
   
3.Test -323 October
   
4.Test -44 November
   
5.Test -513 November
   
6.Test -626 November
   
7.Test -73 December
   
8.Test -810 December
   
9.Test -916 December
   
10.Test -1030 December
   
Email your queries between 5th January to 20th January 2024.
   
11.Mock Test - 123 January
   
12.Mock Test -21 February
Topics

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Section/Unit

  
A.General Biology (Section)
  
i)Biochemistry
 Biomolecules structure and function
 Membrane, action potential, transport
 Enzyme, kinetics
 Metabolism
 Photosynthesis, respiration, electron transport chain
  
ii)Microbiology
 Viruses, microbial classification, diversity
 Methods in microbiology
 Respiration, nitrogen fixation
 Host pathogen interaction, disease causing microorganisms, antibiotics mode of action
  
iii)Immunology
 History, Innate, humoral, cell mediated, organs and cells of immunity
 Ag, Ab structure, function, antibody diversity generation, secretion
 MHC, Autoimmunity, Graft rejection biology, Hypersensitivity reactions
 Monoclonal, polyclonal Ab generation, ELISA, RIA
  
B.Genetics, Cellular and Molecular Biology (Section)
  
iv)Genetics and Evolutionary Biology
 Structure of genes, chromosomes, mutation, mutagenesis
 Replication, transcription, translation (prokaryotic and eukaryotic), operons and operon mutants
 Mendelian inheritance, Complementation
 Linkage, recombination, chromosome mapping, extrachromosomal inheritance
 Microbial genetics, transposons
 DNA damage, repair, genetic diseases, inheritance
 

Population genetics

[Epigenetics; Selection and inheritance; Adaptive and neutral evolution; Genetic drift; Species and speciation.]

  
v)Cell Biology
 Cell structure, prokaryotic, eukaryotic
 Cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis, cell growth, control
 Cell signalling and signal transduction
 Cell death and autophagy; Extra-cellular matrix.
  
vi)Molecular biology and genetics
 Structure of genes, chromosomes, mutation, mutagenesis
 

Replication, transcription, translation (prokaryotic and

eukaryotic)

[Regulation mechanism, non-coding RNA, operons and operon

mutants]

 DNA damage and repair
  
C.Fundamentals of Biological Engineering (Section)
  
vii)Engineering principles applied to biological systems:
 

Material and energy balances

[for reactive and non-reactive systems; Recycle, bypass and purge processes]

 

Stoichiometry of growth and product formation

[Degree of reduction, electron balance, theoretical oxygen demand]

  
viii)Classical thermodynamics and Bioenergetics:
 

Thermodynamics and Ligand binding

[Laws of thermodynamics; Solution thermodynamics; Phase equilibria, reaction equilibria]

 

Bioenergetics

[Membrane potential; Energetics of metabolic pathways, oxidation and reduction reactions]

  
ix)Transport Processes:
 

Fluid flow, Mixing in Bioreactors

[Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, fluid flow - laminar and turbulent, mixing time]

 

Molecular diffusion and film theory

[Oxygen transfer and uptake in bioreactor, kLa and its measurement]

 

Heat Transfer

[Conductive and convective heat transfer, LMTD, overall heat transfer coefficient; Heat exchangers]

  
D.Bioprocess Engineering and Process Biotechnology (Section)
  
x)Bioreaction engineering:
 

Rate law, Ideal reactors and enzyme immobilization

[zero and first order kinetics; Ideal reactors - batch, mixed flow and plug flow; Enzyme immobilization, diffusion effects - Thiele modulus, effectiveness factor, Damkoehler number]

 

Cell growth kinetics

[Kinetics of cell growth, substrate utilization and product formation; Structured and unstructured models]

 

Processes and scale up

[Batch, fed-batch and continuous processes; Microbial and enzyme reactors; Optimization and scale up]

  
xi)Upstream and Downstream Processing:
 

Upstream processing

[Media formulation and optimization; Sterilization of air and media; Filtration - membrane filtration, ultrafiltration; Centrifugation - high speed and ultra; Cell disruption]

 

Downstream processing

[Principles of chromatography - ion exchange, gel filtration, hydrophobic interaction, affinity, GC, HPLC and FPLC; Extraction, adsorption and drying]

  
xii)Instrumentation and Process Control:
 

Instrumentation

[Pressure, temperature and flow measurement devices; Valves; First order and second order systems]

 

Process control

[Feedback and feed forward control; Types of controllers - proportional, derivative and integral control, tuning of controllers]

  
E.Plant, Animal and Microbial Biotechnology (Section)
  
xiii)Plants:
 

Regeneration, tissue culture and kinetics of growth

[Totipotency; Regeneration of plants; Plant growth regulators and elicitors; Tissue culture and cell suspension culture system - methodology, kinetics of growth and nutrient optimization]

 

Plant secondary metabolites, artificial seeds and protoplast fusion

[Production, Hairy root culture; Plant products of industrial importance; Artificial seeds; Somaclonal variation; Protoplast, protoplast fusion - somatic hybrid and cybrid]

 

Transgenic plants

[direct and indirect methods of gene transfer techniques; Selection marker and reporter gene; Plastid transformation]

  
xiv)Animals:
 

Animal cell culture

[Culture media composition and growth conditions; Animal cell and tissue preservation; Anchorage and non-anchorage dependent cell culture; Kinetics of cell growth]

 

Micro & macro carrier culture, hybridoma and stem cell technology

[Animal cloning; Transgenic animals; Knock-out and knock-in animals]

  
xv)Microbes:
 

Food and Industrial microbiology

[Production of biomass and primary/secondary metabolites - Biofuels, bioplastics, industrial enzymes, antibiotics; Large scale production and purification of recombinant proteins and metabolites; Clinical, Screening strategies for new products]

  
F.Recombinant DNA technology and Other Tools in Biotechnology (Section)
  
xvi)Recombinant DNA technology:
 

Enzymes and vectors

[Restriction and modification enzymes; Vectors - plasmids, bacteriophage and other viral vectors, cosmids, Ti plasmid, bacterial and yeast artificial chromosomes; Expression vectors]

 

DNA library, expression, transposons and gene targeting

[cDNA and genomic DNA library; Gene isolation and cloning, strategies for production of recombinant proteins]

  
xvii)Molecular tools:
 

PCR, NA sequencing and blotting

[DNA/RNA labelling and sequencing; Southern and northern blotting; In-situ hybridization]

 

DNA fingerprinting, CRISPR-Cas and biosensors

[RAPD, RFLP; Site-directed mutagenesis; Gene transfer technologies]

  
xviii)Analytical tools:
 

Microscopy and spectroscopy

[light, electron, fluorescent and confocal microscopy; UV, visible, CD, IR, fluorescence, FT-IR, MS, NMR spectroscopy]

 

Electrophoresis, Immunoassays and flow cytometry

[Micro-arrays; Enzymatic assays, ELISA, RIA, immunohistochemistry; immunoblotting, Whole genome and ChIP sequencing]

  
xix)Computational tools:
 

Search tools, sequence and structure databases

[Sequence analysis - sequence file formats, scoring matrices, alignment, phylogeny]

 

Genomics, proteomics and metabolomics

[Gene prediction; Functional annotation; Secondary structure and 3D structure prediction; Knowledge discovery in biochemical databases; Metagenomics; Metabolic engineering and systems biology]

  
G.Engineering Mathematics & GA
  
xx)Linear Algebra: Matrices and determinants; Systems of linear equations; Eigen values and Eigen vectors.
 Calculus: Limits, continuity and differentiability; Partial derivatives, maxima and minima; Sequences and series; Test for convergence.
 Differential Equations: Linear and nonlinear first order ODEs, higher order ODEs with constant coefficients; Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations; Laplace transforms.
 Probability and Statistics: Mean, median, mode and standard deviation; Random variables; Poisson, normal and binomial distributions; Correlation and regression analysis.
 Numerical Methods: Solution of linear and nonlinear algebraic equations; Integration by trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule; Single step method for differential equations.

GateBiotech Tests: cover whole GATE Biotechnology 2024 syllabus. Each test has 25 + 5 (according to new syllabus) questions, 1 mark each and 60 min to complete it. These tests will have questions from each and every important topic, according to GATE level and pattern. After solving each test, you will get one week time to resolve, analyse and study related topics. We advise you to study background topic of each question intensively.

Mock Tests: follow the GATE 2024 question paper pattern. Each GateBiotech Mock test has 65 questions, 1-2 marks each, total 100 marks and 3 hours to complete it. Engineering mathematics carries 13 marks, general aptitude (language and analytical skills) carries 15 marks and rest 72 marks are dedicated to subject biotechnology.

After finishing GateBiotech 10 tests; you can Email your queries at [email protected], (From 05 January to 20 January 2024) before Mock tests start. We will provide solution* to your queries as soon as possible. For more information, please check AGBT.               

•Fee: Total fee for GateBiotech Test Series is ₹ 3500.00 Incl. GST.

Highlights:

  

Questions from all important topicsFollowing GATE pattern and level
All topics covered, no repeated questionNAT questions
Difficulty level – GATESolutions of your questions

 

Fee for GateBiotech Test Series – ₹ 3500.00 Incl. GST

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