Admission to M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes: Candidates who have passed B.Sc with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate of Science subjects with Chemistry or Biochemistry as one of the subjects are eligible to apply for the admission to M.Sc Biochemistry. However, the selection is based on their performance in the written examinations conducted at the National level. The paper consists of two sections: Part A and Part B consisting of 25 and 75 objective type of questions respectively with multiple choices. Questions are drawn from various areas of Biology and Chemistry from the degree level. Part A will consist of 25 analytical questions, and Part A marks will be taken into account to break the tie, if any among candidates.
Students having a Masters degree in Biochemistry or in a closely related area with at least 55% marks or an MBBS degree with a minimum of 55% marks and are qualified for a Junior Research fellowship (JRF) in any of the National Entrance Examinations like CSIR/UGC, ICMR, and DBT-A etc.., or selected directly for SRF- by any of the Ministries of Science and Technology (DST, DBT, CSIR, ICMR etc.,), Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship holders, and also DST- Inspire Junior Research Fellowship Awardees are eligible to apply for Ph.D admission. However, the selection is based on their performance in an interview.