Yenepoya Research Centre

MSc in Computational Biology
  • Since the past decade, biology is rapidly changing from a hypothesis-driven science to a data-driven one. High throughput experiments in various omics fields are generating vast amounts of data that require bioinformatics/ computational biology skills to explore and generate testable hypotheses. The centre is one of the best in India for training in OMICS platform with unique amalgamation of the technology, faculty of international repute and facility.
  • Eligibility
  • Bachelor’s degree in any branch of science securing a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate (excluding languages) recognized by any Indian University or pass in health sciences and engineering streams.


  • MSc in Bioscience
  • The course is designed to meet the contemporary needs of the health care and industrial R&D. It has a multidisciplinary and research oriented curriculum related to Health and allied sciences. Students will have an opportunity to get trained in the auxiliary branches of science such as ethics and public health. In addition to hands on training in state-of-the art laboratories, they will also have an exposure to cutting edge technologies and research projects in biological sciences.
  • Eligibility
  • Bachelor’s degree in any branch of science securing a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate (excluding languages) recognized by any Indian University or pass in health sciences and engineering streams.


  • PG Diploma in OMICs Technology
  • This course is designed to train students on high-throughput data analysis and industry oriented elective subjects. They will also get hands-on training in genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics. In addition to this they will have the opportunity to do an industry internship in leading companies.
  • Eligibility
  • Masters degree (Any discipline of Life sciences)
  • B.E/B.Tech (Biotechnology/Bioinformatics)
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy/Agricuture/Veterinary/ any four years degree courses in Life Science subjects
  • The minimum marks for students belonging to SC/ST categories shall be not less than 40% and for all other categories it shall be not be less than 50% in the qualifying degree examination