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Introduction To CSIR

Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), India, a premier national R&D organisation, is among the world's largest publicly funded R&D organisation. CSIR's pioneering sustained contribution to S&T human resource development is acclaimed nationally. Human Resource Development Group (HRDG), a division of�CSIR realises this objective through various grants, fellowship schemes etc.

Human Resource Development Group has been contributing significantly towards producing an inquiring society and fast growing knowledge economy. These numerous schemes cover a wide range of scientists (aging from 15 years to 65 years)

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Let's Talk Academy is india�s pioneer coaching institute at jaipur, imparting concept of Life Sciences to its students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science, GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances. Lets talk Academy has trained and produced hundreds of successful students through CSIR NET Life Science , GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF,M.Sc. Biotech. Classroom coaching commences in July and January each year and gets conclude done one month prior to the NET Life Science Exam, GATE Life Science and GATE Biotechnology Exam. After the conclusion of course 15 days revision classes are conducted by Let's Talk Academy, which is mandatory for all to attain. Let's Talk Academy Classroom coaching has produced the top most results in recent years in CSIR NET Life Science , ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF,GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology and M.Sc. Biotech.

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LET�S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) has launched its LIVE ONLINE VIRTUAL COACHING for CSIR NET/JRF� Life Science. LET�S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) also provide Live Online Virtual Coaching �for GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF, All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances. Students from All over the India �has joined LTA�s Live Online Virtual Coaching especially from Kanpur, Lucknow �Surat, Bhubaneswar, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Chandigarh, Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Srinagar, Nagpur, Kochi, Bhopal, Indore, Hyderabad, . Live Online Virtual Coaching �is also extended for the students who wants to prepare for Subjective GRE.

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LTA also provides for� ONLINE TEST SERIES WITH LIVE DISCUSSION for the students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science . The discussion is live and a students need to be online during the discussion of the particular test. Online Test Series is for the students who are preparing for GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF,CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances

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Further LET�S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) Jaipur also has Publication Deparatment� which has published several books for the students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science, GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances.LET�S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) also give facility to its students to buy these books either directly form LET�S TALK ACADEMY or from the distributors of LET�S TALK ACADEMY.

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Introduction To GATE

Courses Of gate exam 1. Biotechnology 2. LifeScience

Introduction To DBT

Applications are invited from Indian nationals for the award of DBT-Junior Research Fellowship(DBT-JRF) for pursuing research in frontier areas of Biotechnology and Applied Biology. JRFs will be selected according to merit under two categories: Category I & II. Category I fellowship (Top 275 in number) are tenable in any University/Institute in India where the students can register for Ph.D. Category II students (100 in number) will be eligible to join any DBT sponsored Project and avail fellowship equivalent to NET/GATE qualifications as per DST Guidelines, subject to selection through institutional selection process. Fellowship will be co-terminus with the duration of project and institutional rules will be applicable.There will be no binding on PIs of DBT sponsored projects to select JRF/SRF for their projects from category II list. Selection in Category II will not entitle student for any fellowship from DBT-JRF programme.

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Let's Talk Academy is india's pioneer coaching institute at Jaipur and Delhi, imparting concept of Life Sciences to its students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science, GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances. Lets talk Academy has trained and produced hundreds of successful students through CSIR NET Life Science , GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, M.Sc. Biotech. Classroom coaching commences in July and January each year and gets conclude done one month prior to the NET Life Science Exam, GATE Life Science and GATE Biotechnology Exam. After the conclusion of course 15 days revision classes are conducted by Let's Talk Academy, which is mandatory for all to attain. Let's Talk Academy Classroom coaching has produced the top most results in recent years in CSIR NET Life Science , GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology and M.Sc. Biotech.

Keeping in view the difficulties a candidate is likely to face when he decides to sit for the DBT/BET Biotechnology JRF, Let's Talk Academy not only offer useful guidance to candidates to clear DBT/BET Biotechnology JRF but also help them in the final selection in the research of his/her choice at India's top research institute,

LET'S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) also provides forONLINE TEST SERIES WITH LIVE DISCUSSION for DBT/BET- JRF. The discussion is live and a students need to be online during the discussion of the particular test.

Further LET'S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) Jaipur also has Publication Deparatmentwhich has published several books for the students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science, GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, DBT/BET- JRF and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances. LET'S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) also give facility to its students to buy these books either directly form LET'S TALK ACADEMY or from the distributors of LET'S TALK ACADEMY.

Introduction To ICMR

The Indian Council of Medical Research the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination and promotion of biomedical research, is one of the oldest and largest medical research bodies in the world. The ICMR is funded by the Government of India through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

LET'S TALK ACADEMY ( LTA ) is india's pioneer coaching institute imparting concept of Life Sciences to its students who are preparing for ICMR JRF Life Science, CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science, GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, DBT/BET JRF and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances. Let's talk Academy has trained and produced hundreds of successful students through CSIR NET Life Science , GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, ICMR JRF Life Science, DBT/BET JRF, M.Sc. Biotech. Classroom coaching commences in July and January each year and gets conclude done one month prior to the NET Life Science Exam, GATE Life Science and GATE Biotechnology Exam. After the conclusion of course 15 days revision classes are conducted by Let's Talk Academy, which is mandatory for all to attain. Let's Talk Academy Classroom coaching has produced the top most results in recent years in CSIR NET Life Science , GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology and M.Sc. Biotech.

 

LTA also provides for   ONLINE TEST SERIES WITH LIVE DISCUSSION for the students who are preparing for GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology . The discussion is live and a students need to be online during the discussion of the particular test. Online Test Series is for the students who are preparing for GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology, CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances.

Further Let's talk academy also has Publication Department,  which has published several books for the students who are preparing for GATE Life Science, GATE Biotechnology. LTA has published several books for the students who are preparing for CSIR-UGC-NET Life Science and All India M.Sc. Biotech Entrances. LTA also give facility to its students to buy these books either directly form LET'S TALK ACADEMY or from the distributors of LET'S TALK ACADEMY.

Introduction To MSc Entrance classes in Delhi

Biotechnology is a multidisciplinary area on the educational scene and programmes have been developed to meet the growing demand for trained manpower for any meaningful Biotechnology activity in the country. The programmes are designed to expose the students to recent exciting developments in the area of genetic engineering and biotechnology and their exploitation in industry, agriculture and medicine. Jawaharlal Nehru University will hold a Combined Entrance Examination for admission to 2-Year M.Sc. Programme in Biotechnology on behalf of following participating Universities: 1. University of Allahabad, Allahabad, (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 2. Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu (M.Sc. in Marine Biotechnology) 3. Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajouri (M.Sc. in Bioresource’s Biotechnology) 4. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 5. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (M.Sc. in Molecular & Human Genetics) 6. University of Calicut, Kerala (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 7. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 8. Goa University, Goa (M.Sc. in Marine Biotechnology) 9. Gulbarga University, Gulbarga (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 10. Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 11. Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 12. Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 13. HNB Garhwal University, Garhwal (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 14. University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 15. University of Jammu, Jammu (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 16. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 17. Kumaun University, Nainital (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 18. University of Lucknow, Lucknow (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 19. Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (M.Sc. in Medical Biotechnology) 20. M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 21. University of Mysore, Mysore (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 22. University of North Bengal, Siliguri (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 23. North Eastern Hill University, Shillong (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 24. Pondicherry University, Pondicherry (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 25. Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 26. Sardar Patel University, Anand (M.Sc. in Industrial Biotechnology) 27. Shivaji University, Kolhapur (M.Sc. in Environmental Biotechnology) 28. Tezpur University, Tezpur (M.Sc. in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology) 29. Utkal University, Bhubaneswar (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 30. Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan (M.Sc. Biotechnology) 31. Jiwaji University, Gwalior (M.Sc. in Neuroscience) 32. Sri Padmavathi Mahila Vishvavidyalayam, Tirupati (M.Sc. Biotechnology)

Introduction To GRE Subjective

The GRE Subject Tests are achievement tests that measure your knowledge of a particular field of study. The Biology test consists of approximately 190 five-choice questions, a number of which are grouped in sets toward the end of the test and are based on descriptions of laboratory and field situations, diagrams or experimental results. The content of the test is organized into three major areas: cellular and molecular biology, organismal biology, and ecology and evolution. In addition to the total score, a subscore in each of these subfield areas is reported. Content Specifications The approximate distribution of questions by content category is shown below. I. CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (33�34%) Fundamentals of cellular biology, genetics and molecular biology are addressed. Major topics in cellular structure and function include prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, metabolic pathways and their regulation, membrane dynamics and cell surfaces, organelles, cytoskeleton, and cell cycle. Major areas in genetics and molecular biology include viruses, chromatin and chromosomal structure, genomic organization and maintenance, and the regulation of gene expression. The cellular basis of immunity and the mechanisms of antigen-antibody interactions are included. Attention is also given to experimental methodology. Cellular Structure and Function (16�17%) Biological compounds Macromolecular structure and bonding Abiotic origin of biological molecules Enzyme activity, receptor binding, and regulation Major metabolic pathways and regulation Respiration, fermentation, and photosynthesis Synthesis and degradation of macromolecules Hormonal control and intracellular messengers Membrane dynamics and cell surfaces Transport, endocytosis, and exocytosis Electrical potentials and transmitter substances Mechanisms of cell recognition, intercellular transport and communication Cell wall and extracellular matrix Organelles: structure, function, synthesis, and targeting Nucleus, mitochondria, and plastids Endoplasmic reticulum and ribosomes Golgi apparatus and secretory vesicles Lysosomes, peroxisomes, and vacuoles Cytoskeleton: motility and shape Actin-based systems Microtubule-based systems Intermediate filaments Bacterial flagella and movement Cell cycle: growth, division, and regulation (including signal transduction) Methods Microscopy (e.g., electron, light, fluorescence) Separation (e.g., centrifugation, gel filtration, PAGE, fluorescence-activated cell sorting [FACS]) Immunological (e.g., Western Blotting, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence) Genetics and Molecular Biology (16�17%) Genetic foundations Mendelian inheritance Pedigree analysis Prokaryotic genetics (transformation, transduction and conjugation) Genetic mapping Chromatin and chromosomes Nucleosomes Karyotypes Chromosomal aberrations Polytene chromosomes Genome sequence organization Introns and exons Single-copy and repetitive DNA Transposable elements Genome maintenance DNA replication DNA mutation and repair Gene expression and regulation in prokaryotes and eukaryotes: mechanisms The operon Promoters and enhancers Transcription factors RNA and protein synthesis Processing and modifications of both RNA and protein Gene expression and regulation: effects Control of normal development Cancer and oncogenes Whole genome [removed]e.g., microarrays) Regulation of gene expression by RNAi (e.g., siRNA) Epigenetics Immunobiology Cellular basis of immunity Antibody diversity and synthesis Antigen-antibody interactions Bacteriophages, animal viruses, and plant viruses Viral genomes, replication, and assembly Virus-host cell interactions Recombinant DNA methodology Restriction endonucleases Blotting and hybridization Restriction fragment length polymorphisms DNA cloning, sequencing, and analysis Polymerase chain reaction II. ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY (33�34%) The structure, physiology, behavior and development of organisms are addressed. Topics covered include nutrient procurement and processing, gas exchange, internal transport, regulation of fluids, control mechanisms and effectors, and reproduction in autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms. Examples of developmental phenomena range from fertilization through differentiation and morphogenesis. Responses to environmental stimuli are examined as they pertain to organisms. Major distinguishing characteristics and phylogenetic relationships of organisms are also covered. Animal Structure, Function and Organization (10%) Exchange with environment Nutrient, salt, and water exchange Gas exchange Energy Internal transport and exchange Circulatory, respiratory, excretory, and digestive systems Support and movement Support systems (external, internal, and hydrostatic) Movement systems (flagellar, ciliary, and muscular) Integration and control mechanisms Nervous and endocrine systems Behavior (communication, orientation, learning, and instinct) Metabolic rates (temperature, body size, and activity) Animal Reproduction and Development (6%) Reproductive structures Meiosis, gametogenesis, and fertilization Early development (e.g., polarity, cleavage, and gastrulation) Developmental processes (e.g., induction, determination, differentiation, morphogenesis, and metamorphosis) External control mechanisms (e.g., photoperiod) Plant Structure, Function, and Organization, with Emphasis on Flowering Plants (7%) Organs, tissue systems, and tissues Water transport, including absorption and transpiration Phloem transport and storage Mineral nutrition Plant energetics (e.g., respiration and photosynthesis) Plant Reproduction, Growth, and Development, with Emphasis on Flowering Plants (5%) Reproductive structures Meiosis and sporogenesis Gametogenesis and fertilization Embryogeny and seed development Meristems, growth, morphogenesis, and differentiation Control mechanisms (e.g., hormones, photoperiod, and tropisms) Diversity of Life (6%) Archaea Morphology, physiology, and identification Bacteria Morphology, physiology, pathology, and identification Protista Protozoa, other heterotrophic Protista (slime molds and Oomycota), and autotrophic Protista Major distinguishing characteristics Phylogenetic relationships Importance (e.g., eutrophication, disease) Fungi Distinctive features of major phyla (vegetative, asexual and sexual reproduction) Generalized life cycles Importance (e.g., decomposition, biodegradation, antibiotics, and pathogenicity) Lichens Animalia with emphasis on major phyla Major distinguishing characteristics Phylogenetic relationships Plantae with emphasis on major phyla Alternation of generations Major distinguishing characteristics Phylogenetic relationships III. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION (33�34%) The interactions of organisms and their environment, emphasizing biological principles at levels above the individual are addressed. Ecological topics range from physiological adaptations to the functioning of ecosystems. Although principles are emphasized, some questions may consider applications to current environmental problems. Topics in evolution range from genetic foundations through evolutionary processes and to their consequences. Evolution is considered at the molecular, individual, population and higher levels. Some quantitative skills, including the interpretation of simple mathematical models, may be required. Ecology (16�17%) Environment/organism interaction Biogeographic patterns Physiological ecology Temporal patterns (e.g., seasonal fluctuations) Behavioral ecology Habitat selection Mating systems Social systems Resource acquisition Population ecology Population dynamics/regulation Demography and life history strategies Community ecology Direct and indirect interspecific interactions Community structure and diversity Change and succession Ecosystems Productivity and energy flow Chemical cycling Evolution (16�17%) Genetic variability Origins (mutations, linkage, recombination, and chromosomal alterations) Levels (e.g., polymorphism and heritability) Spatial patterns (e.g., clines and ecotypes) Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium Macroevolutionary and microevolutionary processes Gene flow and genetic drift Natural selection and its dynamics Levels of selection (e.g., individual and group) Trade-offs and genetic correlations Natural selection and genome evolution Synonymous vs. nonsynonymous nucleotide ratios Evolutionary consequences Fitness and adaptation Speciation Systematics and phylogeny Convergence, divergence, and extinction Coevolution History of life Origin of life Fossil record Paleontology and paleoecology Lateral transfer of genetic sequences

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