Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

  /  Bachelor of Science in Microbiology

Microbiology is the study of organisms that can be cultured on growth media, isolated, and sterilized and are usually invisible to the unaided eye. The scope of microbiology involves the study of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa, their characteristics, behavior, interactions, and applications in various fields including healthcare, agriculture, industry, environmental science, and biotechnology. It encompasses understanding microbial diversity, physiology, genetics, pathogenesis, ecology, and the development of diagnostic methods, treatments, vaccines, and biotechnological processes.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. F.Sc. or A level (premedical or equivalent) with 50% marks
  2. 50% aggregate after NTS NAT Test
  3. Fulfillment of all other university rules and regulations



The following scholarships are available for the students

  1. Shining Star Scholarship
  2. Sibling Fee Waiver
  3. 4 GPA holder scholarship (75% tuition fee off)
  4. Female Need Based (75 % Tuition Fee Waiver)
  5. HEC Need-Based Scholarship
  6. Dhamtor Scholarship (50 % Tuition Fee Waiver)
  7. Top Merit List Scholarships
  8. Top 10 Board Positions (75 % Tuition Fee Waiver)
  9. Special Scholarships for Backward Areas (50 % Tuition Fee Waiver)


Why Study at the Department of Biotechnology

Highly qualified Ph.D. faculty members

State-of-the-art research facilities for

  • Bioinformatics
  • Biofuels
  • Biotechnology
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Human Molecular Genetics
  • Microbiology
  • Molecular Biology
  • Plant Tissue Culturing
  • High Tech Lab

Career Opportunities

  • Universities and Colleges
  • Research Organizations
  • Federal and Provincial Ministries
  • National and International Health Research Centers (NARC, NIBGE, NIH)
  • Molecular Diagnostic Laboratories
  • Seed, Pharmaceutical, Food, and Beverages Industries
  • Multinational Organizations (FAO, ICARDA, PIONEER, CIMMYT, IRRI etc.)

Research Areas

  • Biological synthesis and application of nanoparticles
  • Application of novel microbial species and microbial enzymes for industrial applications
  • Exploring medicinal plants for their antimicrobial potential
  • Anaerobic digestion and generation of biofuels
  • Bioremediation and phytoremediation of degraded soils, wastewater, and water bodies by exploring and manipulating useful microbes and enzymes
  • Bacterial biofilms and antimicrobial activity of natural and synthetic compounds
  • Computational modeling of microbial enzymatic reactions
  • In silico modeling of antimicrobial agents