BHU PET Applied Microbiology Exam Pattern Highlights
Offline (Pen and Paper Based)
Number of Papers
Number of Sections
Aptitude, English Comprehension, Numerical and Quantitative Reasoning, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Language Proficiency, Analytical Abilities, Mathematical Aptitude
Multiple Choice Questions
English and Hindi
BHU PET Applied Microbiology Syllabus
Officially there is no syllabus for BHU PET Applied Microbiology. So, don’t depend on this syllabus. It is a guide or basic idea about the syllabus which is created by analyzing the previous year’s question papers. It will give you a basic idea about important chapters.
Clear your B.Sc. basic Knowledge.
Cover whole syllabus of Your BSc Microbiology (not log questions only MCQ types).
**Most importantly, complete at least 10 years question paper of BHU PET applied microbiology. You will get all 10 years of question papers and Answer keys for free from our Website.
History of Microbiology (study the name of microbiologist and their contribution). Visit here Microbiologists and their contributions.***, Mutation, Fermentation (Remember the organism’s name, product’s name, byproducts, steps)**. Antibody and Antigen, Vaccine.*. Virus (DNA and RNA), Cell Cycle, classification of microorganisms based on nutritional source (chemo. Hetero. Litho, auto, etc), Plasmid, Recombinant DNA technology, Bacterial cell wall and cell membrane structure***, Replication (name of enzymes and function), transcription (name of enzymes and function), translation (name of enzymes and function), Endospore formation, fungi, algae, Different immunological test (ELISA, Agglutination, precipitation test, etc), mycorrhiza***.
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