University School of Biotechnology Dwarka

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University School of Biotechnology Dwarka is a well-known center of academic excellence and biotechnology innovation. The university, which is located in the center of this bustling city, has firmly established itself as a leader in cultivating talent, fostering research, and developing knowledge in the field of biotechnology. This college was established in 1999 and the college is affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and also has recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

University School of Biotechnology, Dwarka, was founded with the firm intention of providing high-quality education and contributing to scientific development, and it has since grown into a prominent center of intellectual research and discovery. It takes pride in its varied student body, dedicated professors, and cutting-edge facilities, which work together to provide a vibrant and hospitable atmosphere for learning, research, and innovation.


Name of the institutionUniversity School of Biotechnology Dwarka 
AbbreviationsUniversity School of Biotechnology
Year of Establishment 1999
Approved By All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE)
Affiliated byGuru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Institute TypeGovernment
Official Website
Courses Offered B.Tech
Discipline Offered Engineering
CategoryEngineering College in Delhi
Sub Category Government Engineering Colleges in Delhi
Entrance Examination RequiredJEE-Main Exam, JEE-Advanced Exam
Contact DetailsAddress–  Sector 16 C, Dwarka, Delhi, 110078
Contact No- 9667532500

Affiliation, Recognition, and Aid Status

  • Affiliated with:– Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
  • Approved by:– All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE)
  • Aid Status:- Government

Facilities and Infrastructure  

  • Laboratories: Well-equipped research laboratories for various biotechnology disciplines, enabling students and faculty to conduct experiments and research projects.
  • Classrooms and Lecture Halls: Modern classrooms and lecture halls equipped with audio-visual aids to facilitate teaching and learning.
  • Library: A specialized library with an extensive collection of books, journals, research papers, and digital resources related to biotechnology.
  • Computer Labs: State-of-the-art computer labs with high-speed internet and relevant software for bioinformatics and data analysis.
  • Research Centers: Specialized research centers and institutes that focus on specific areas of biotechnology, promoting interdisciplinary research.
  • Greenhouses and Plant Growth Facilities: Facilities for plant biotechnology and agricultural research, including greenhouses and controlled environment rooms.
  • Animal Houses: Animal research facilities for studies related to genetics, physiology, and pharmaceutical research.
  • Bioprocessing and Fermentation Labs: Laboratories for research and development in bioprocessing, fermentation, and bioengineering.
  • Biomedical Labs: Facilities for research in biomedical sciences and medical biotechnology.
  • Core Instrumentation Facilities: Access to advanced research equipment such as DNA sequencers, electron microscopes, and mass spectrometers.


  • Bio-Technology

Faculty and Staff

  • Highly Qualified Faculty: The institution is proud of its diversified and highly qualified faculty. Professors, assistant professors, and lecturers with advanced degrees and substantial experience in several engineering fields make up the teaching faculty.
  • Teaching Dedication: The faculty is dedicated to providing high-quality education. To provide students with a modern and engaging learning experience, they employ new teaching methods and stay current on the latest pedagogical approaches.
  • Research-Driven Faculty: Many faculty members are actively engaged in research activities, which contribute to the institution’s position as an innovation hub. Their research covers a broad range of engineering disciplines and frequently involves collaboration with industrial partners.
  • Professional Development: The teachers and staff attend conferences, seminars, and training programs on a regular basis to improve their teaching skills and stay current on the newest breakthroughs in their respective disciplines.
  • Administrative and Support Team: In addition to the teaching faculty, the college has a dedicated administrative and support team. They ensure the institution’s seamless running and support both students and faculty members.

Courses Offered

B. Tech Courses


M. Tech Courses


Fees Structure

B. Tech Courses

Courses1st Year Fees

M. Tech Courses

Courses1st Year Fees

NOTE: The above-shared fees can vary from the actual fees and are subject to change. To know the exact fee structure, candidates can connect with a counseling expert at the Admission Helpline No.  9667532500.

Research and Innovation 

Research and InnovationDescription
Research CentersUSBT frequently houses specialized research centers and institutes that focus on various areas of biotechnology. For researchers and students, these centers provide superior infrastructure, resources, and a collaborative environment.
Faculty-Led ResearchAt USBT, faculty members are actively involved in cutting-edge research projects. Their scientific efforts are published in prestigious journals and benefit the academic community.
Opportunities for Student ResearchUSBT actively encourages students to participate in research initiatives. Undergraduate and postgraduate students frequently work with teachers or participate in ongoing research initiatives to get hands-on research experience.
Interdisciplinary ResearchUSBT places a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, facilitating collaboration among various sectors of biotechnology. This strategy aids in the resolution of complicated problems and promotes innovation.
Industry CollaborationsUSBT routinely collaborates with companies and research organizations to facilitate cooperative research projects. These cooperation frequently result in practical solutions and the transfer of technology.
Innovation HubsSome institutions have innovation hubs or incubators that help biotech businesses develop. Students and researchers can use their unique ideas in the actual world.
Publication & publicationsThe USBT encourages researchers to publish their discoveries in peer-reviewed academic publications, therefore contributing to the corpus of knowledge in biotechnology.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility CriteriaDetails
Educational QualificationPass in 12th Class of 10+2 pattern of CBSE or equivalent with a minimumaggregate of 55% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics providedCandidate has passed in each subject separately. Candidate must additionallyhave passed English as a subject of study (core/ elective/ functional) in theQualifying examination.
Minimum Marks RequiredMinimum aggregate of 55% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics provided candidate has passed in each subject separatelyORPassed minimum 3 years Diploma Examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) subject to vacancies in the First Year, in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted.
Age LimitThere is no age limit for admission to B. Tech courses
B.Tech Entrance Exam QualificationAll applicants are required to appear in Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main Paper1 Conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA)

JEE Main Cut-Off 2023

CategoryCutoff 2023

JEE Advanced Cut-off 2023

CategoryMinimum Marks in Each SubjectMinimum Aggregate Marks
Common rank list (CRL)555
OBC-NCL rank list550
General EWS rank list550
SC rank list328
ST rank list328
Common PwD rank list328
OBC-NCL PwD rank list328
General-NCL PwD rank list328
SC PwD rank list328
ST PwD rank list328
Preparatory course (PC) rank lists114

University School of Biotechnology Dwarka Cut off 2022


CategoryEntrance ExamOpening RankClosing Rank

Counselling Process


The registration process for IPU B.Tech counselling is done online through the university’s official website. Candidates who have qualified for the entrance exam and meet the eligibility criteria can register for the counselling procedure by doing the following steps:

  • Visit the official website of IPU B.Tech counselling (http://https://ipu.admissions.nic).
  • Click on the link for registration.
  • Enter the required personal details such as name, date of birth, category, etc.
  • Upload the scanned copies of the necessary documents, including the mark sheet and admit card of the entrance exam.
  • Pay the counselling fee, which is non-refundable.
  • Submit the application form and take a printout of the same for future reference.

Counselling & Registration Fee (Non Refundable)

RegistrationRs. 1500
CounsellingRs. 1000

Enrollment for Centralized Online Counselling Process

  • After paying the Counselling Participation Fee, candidates must enroll themselves within the specified period on the admission website.
  • During registration, candidates have entered their program code, personal, academic, and contact details and obtained a login ID and password.
  • Candidates must keep their password confidential to avoid misuse, and they can change it if necessary using the “Change Password” menu.
  • If a candidate has problems with online enrollment, they should report to the University’s Helpdesk with proof of registration fee payment before the end of the enrollment period.
  • Candidates can amend/edit their registration details by choosing the “Edit Details” option within the specified enrollment period.
  • It is advised that candidates check all filled-in details before printing out the registration form and proof of enrollment.
  • All candidates must take a printout or screenshot of the registration form and proof of enrollment. The document verification process will be carried out online based on the information provided and updated by the candidate until the enrollment period.

Choice Filling

  • Choice filling is mandatory for seat allotment. Candidates who don’t fill in their preferences won’t be considered for online allotment of seats.
  • After enrolling for online counselling, candidates must fill in their choices for allotment from the list of all possible combinations of institutes and courses available, in the order of their preference during the choice filling period.
  • Once the period for filling choices is over, the choices filled by the candidate will be used for seat allotment.
  • It is advisable for candidates to fill in the maximum number of choices as it increases their chances of getting a desirable seat. 

Allocation Of Seats in Every Round

  • After the choice filling period, all choices/preferences filled by the candidate will be considered for online allotment of seat as per merit and respective category and region.
  • Candidates who have not enrolled or paid the counselling participation fee or not filled choices/preferences or have not paid the part academic fees of Rs 60,000/- after seat allotment will not be considered for allotment of seat.
  • Results will be available for the candidate to check through their account login given during the registration process. No personal intimation will be communicated to the candidate in person.
  • If a seat is allotted to a candidate, they can print a Provisional Allotment Letter within the specified period for that round.
  • The option of printing the Provisional Allotment Letter will be available only for the respective round and not in subsequent rounds of online counselling.
  • After seat allotment, candidates will have to pay the part Academic Fee of Rs 60,000/- to confirm the allotment and participate in subsequent rounds of counselling, failing which, the candidate will lose any claim to the allotted seat.
  • Candidates can pay the admission fee against the provisionally allotted seat through online options, including Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card.
  • Candidates can print the Academic Fee Receipt immediately after payment of part Academic Fee of Rs 60,000/-.
  • The option of printing the Academic fee receipt will be available only for the respective round within the specified period and not in subsequent rounds of online counselling.

Option Of Freeze/Float

  • After every round of counselling, candidates have the option to freeze or float their allotted seat.
  • If a candidate is satisfied with the seat allotted to him/her and does not want to participate in subsequent rounds of counselling for upgradation, he/she can choose to freeze the seat.
  • To freeze the allotted seat, the candidate needs to click on the freeze option available in his/her account on the counselling website within the specified time period.
  • If the candidate wants to upgrade his/her choice by participating in the next round of counselling as per his/her filled choices, he/she should choose the float option.
  • Choosing the float option allows the candidate to participate in the next round of counselling and his/her allotted seat will be retained if the candidate is not able to get a higher choice.
  • The float option gives the candidate the chance to participate in subsequent rounds of counselling without losing the allotted seat.
  • It is important to note that candidates who choose to float their allotted seat are not guaranteed a better seat in the subsequent rounds of counselling.
  • Candidates should carefully consider their options and choose the freeze or float option based on their preferences and circumstances.
  • The choice of freeze or float must be made within the specified time period, and once made, cannot be changed.

Last Round Of Seat Allotment 

  • In the last round of online centralized counselling, the reserved category seats will be allotted first. If there are still vacant seats after exhausting the merit list of reserved category candidates, the category-wise seats shall be converted to unreserved category.
  • The region-wise seats will not be converted to All India Region unless the complete merit list in that particular region has been exhausted. The vacant seats in the region shall be offered to the candidates in the same region till the merit is exhausted.
  • Only candidates who have paid the Part Academic Fees of INR 60000/-, have not frozen their allotment, and have not withdrawn as per the procedure notified shall be eligible for the sliding round of online counselling.
  • During the sliding round, the preferences already entered shall be utilized for allotment of vacant seats. The reserved category seats either would have been offered to the reserved category candidates or would have got converted to unreserved category. The vacant seats shall be offered to the candidates as per their merit and preferences.

Sliding Of Allotted Seats

  • Sliding round is a process of seat allotment for those candidates who have already been allotted a seat but wish to upgrade to a higher preference.
  • Only candidates who have paid the part academic fee of Rs. 60000/- and did not withdraw or freeze their allotted seat by following the due procedure of the University are eligible for this round.
  • Candidates who were not allotted any seat until round 03 and have been allotted a seat in the sliding round based on the merit-cum-choice principle will have to submit the part academic fee of Rs. 60000/-.
  • The sliding round will consider the preferences already entered by the candidates in the online counselling system based on the merit of their Common Entrance Test (CET) scores.
  • Candidates who have paid the Part Academic Fees but do not wish to participate in the sliding round must freeze their allotment.
  • After the sliding round, the allocated candidates must report to the allotted institutions for document verification and payment of the balance amount of fees (if any).

Reporting of Candidates to the Allotted Institutes

  • After the sliding round of online seat allotment, candidates who have been allotted a seat or upgraded to a higher choice can generate a Provisional Admission Slip with an Enrollment number if they have paid the Part Academic Fee of Rs 60,000/-.
  • Candidates must report to and join their allotted college/institute with the Provisional Allotment Letter, the Academic Fee Receipt, and necessary records for document verification, along with the Admission Slip, as per the schedule notified on the website.
  • All admissions in the University shall be provisional until they are regularized by the University.
  • Candidates who report to the allotted institutions and are reflected in the list submitted by the institutions as reported/admitted shall be called “admitted students.” If they wish to withdraw or cancel their admission, they must apply as per the University’s refund policy.
  • Upgraded candidates must pay the balance academic fee (if any) at the newly allotted college/institute/University School. The balance fee paid by such candidates in their previously allotted/reported college/institute shall be refunded to them by the respective college/institute at the earliest.

Spot Counselling

  • Eligible candidates who wish to participate in the Spot Counselling must pay a counselling participation fee of INR 500/- for each round of counselling.
  • Spot counselling is done for vacancies remaining after reporting of allocated candidates to Schools of Studies/Colleges/institutions allotted and arising during the process of Spot Counselling.
  • The vacant seats left after reporting/admission of candidates to institutions only shall be considered for filling in the spot counselling.
  • CET qualified candidates who have not taken admission in the rounds of Online counselling will be eligible to participate in the spot counselling, against the available vacant seat (if any).
  • Candidates who are allotted seats in rounds of online counselling and have paid the part Academic Fee of Rs 60,000/- to confirm admission in any institute/ college and have also reported to the concerned University School of Study / college / institutions will be treated as “admitted” at the time of Spot Counselling. Such candidates, if they desire to participate in the “Spot  in the “Spot Counselling” shall be required to pay a transfer fees of INR 5000/-.

Documents Required

It is recommended to carry both original and photocopies of the documents mentioned below to the counselling process. However, the exact list of required documents may vary based on the university’s regulations.

  • Admit Card of JEE Main
  • Rank Card of JEE Main
  • Class 10th mark sheet and passing certificate
  • Class 12th mark sheet and passing certificate
  • Character Certificate from the last attended school
  • Transfer Certificate from the last attended school
  • Reservation category certificate (if applicable)
  • Medical Fitness Certificate
  • Aadhaar Card or any other government-issued ID proof
  • Passport-sized photographs (recent)
  • IPU B.Tech 2023 registration slip
  • Admission slip
  • Provisional allotment letter
  • Academic fee receipt

Placement and Alumni Network 


University School of Biotechnology (USBT) is dedicated to ensuring that its students are not only well-prepared academically, but also for successful careers in the field of biotechnology. The dedicated placement cell at USBT is essential for attaining this goal. To promote internships, training programs, and on-campus recruitment drives, the placement cell interacts with industry leaders, research organizations, and biotech businesses. 

As a result, USBT alumni have a high average placement rate, with many of them landing jobs at major organizations in the biotechnology and life sciences sectors. The institution’s emphasis on developing employability skills, providing career coaching, and preparing students for interviews guarantees that they are well-prepared to succeed in their future careers.

Alumni Network:

USBT’s alumni network shows the institution’s dedication to cultivating lifetime relationships with its graduates. The alumni group at USBT is an active and supportive network of successful individuals who have made important contributions to the biotechnology sector and beyond. These alumni are active participants in their alma mater, coming to campus to share their experiences, mentor current students, and provide career assistance. 

This network is a wonderful resource for networking, internship contacts, and insights into numerous biotechnology-related sectors. It exemplifies USBT’s commitment to building a strong bridge between academics and the professional sector, thereby benefiting the institution’s current and future students as they embark on their own biotechnology career paths.

Contact Details

University School of Biotechnology

  • Address– Sector 16 C, Dwarka, Delhi, 110078
  • Email-
  • Contact No- 9667532500

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where is USBT located?

A: USBT is located in Sector 16 C, Dwarka, Delhi, 110078.

Q: What programs and courses are offered at USBT?

A: USBT offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Bio-Technology.

Q: What research opportunities are available at USBT?

A: USBT actively encourages research among students and faculty. Research opportunities include hands-on projects, collaboration with faculty, access to specialized labs, and more.

Q: What are the facilities available at USBT for research and learning?

A: USBT provides state-of-the-art research laboratories, well-equipped classrooms, a specialized library, computer labs, and access to advanced research equipment.

Q: How strong is the alumni network at USBT?

A: USBT has a robust alumni network of accomplished professionals. The alumni actively engage with current students, providing mentorship, career guidance, and networking opportunities.

Q: Does USBT provide opportunities for industry collaboration and internships?

A: Yes, USBT actively collaborates with industry partners and research organizations, providing students with opportunities for internships, industry projects, and real-world experience.

Q: How does USBT support entrepreneurship and startup ventures in biotechnology?

A: USBT have initiatives and innovation hubs that encourage students and researchers to develop their biotech startups and entrepreneurial ventures.

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