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Department of Biochemistry - Course Outcomes

After this course, the students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the molecular machinery of living cells;
  2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the principles that determine the structures of macromolecules and their participation in molecular recognition;
  3. Describe the principles underlying enzymes and hormones and how they regulate biochemical pathways;
  4. Explain how the genetic information is stored and transferred from generation to generation;
  5. Explain the metabolic pathways involved in regulation, energy production, and utilization, and how alteration of one pathway affects the other;
  6. Recognize how the abnormalities in biochemical processes lead to disease/s and the use of biochemical indicators in disease diagnosis and importance of molecular biology in medicine;
  7. Describe the requirement of micro and macronutrients by humans and how improper intake leads to various clinical conditions.