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DBT- BET- JRF Exam


Department of biotechnology-Biotechnology Eligibility Test (DBT-BET-JRF) an exam exclusively for biotechnology students in India. If you are a post graduate in Biotechnology, this is your exam and don’t miss it. The exam is conducted by Department of Biotechnology exclusively for Biotechnology students across India. The number of post graduates in biotechnology is on the rise and after your PG the default option is CSIR-UGC-JRF-NET exam where you have to compete with students from all streams of life science. In that exam also you may not be familiar with questions from basic sciences like botany or zoology where you have to look into lot of areas in biology in order to get through. Actually, you don’t have an advantage in having a PG in biotechnology that often demands good expenditure. With this background, this is the only exam where you get questions only from your subject.
Biotechnology students should have some exams.



Why you should write this exam?
If you qualify this exam, you will be getting a fellowship amount as similar as CSIR/UGC-JRF 16000/- for the first two years. You have to submit the progress report every second year. At the end of second year, you have to conduct a JRF assessment. Remember, for lectureship eligibility still you have to qualify NET.
Exam pattern:
Total Marks: 300
Duration: 2.30 Hours
All questions (50 Questions) in Section A are compulsory. Each question carries 3 marks; for every wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.



Sample questions: Section A
1. The amino acid sequence of a novel membrane protein contains four immunoglobulin like domains and six fibronectin like repeats. This protein is most likely a
(A) hormone responsive ion channel
(B) cell adhesion molecule
(C) G-protein
(D) transcription factor
2. In a population of 200 individuals which is at equilibrium, the frequency of one of the alleles under study is 0.11. What is the expected frequency of heterozygous individual?
(A) 0.89
(B) 0.0979
(C) 0.1958
(D) 0.842
Sample questions:Section B



Answer any 50 questions out of 200 questions from Section B. In case more than 50 are attempted, first 50 will be considered.Each question carries 3 marks; for every wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.
1.In a microbial system, how are true and apparent growth yields related?
(A) True growth yield is more than apparent growth yield
(B) True growth yield is less than apparent growth yield
(C) True growth yield is equal to apparent growth yield
(D) True growth yield and apparent growth yield are not related at all
2. In a CSTR system, at steady state, which one of the following is true?
(A) Only product concentration remains constant
(B) Only substrate concentration remains constant
(C) Cell mass and substrate concentration remain constant
(D) Cell mass, substrate and product concentration remain constant
3. For a new chemical entity, to be a good enzyme inhibitor, it should have a
(A) higher dissociation constant [ Ki ] for enzyme–inhibitor complex
(B) lower dissociation constant [ Ki ] for enzyme–inhibitor complex
(C) competitive type of inhibition
(D) uncompetitive type of inhibition

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