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Old 12-19-2016, 07:23 AM
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ACS assessment for Biotechnology Engineers

Hi all,

I have done my B.Tech from Biotechnology and I have 8+ years of experience in IT (software engineer worked for first two years as a developer and then joined IT support and testing).

Do I have a chance in clearing ACS assessment and what documents would I need?

Below were my subjects in Semesters:
Professional communication
Electrical Engineering
Computer and languages
Basics Electronics
Introduction to biology

Professional communication 2
Mechanical engineering
Advanced mathematics-1

Advanced Mathematics-2
Information technology and data management
Fluid flow and solid handling
Plant tissue culture
Applied Microbiology
Biophysical principles of protein and nucleic acid

Sem 4:
Heat transfer operations
Enzyme technology
Analytical methods in biotechnology
Genetics and molecular biology

Sem 5:
Data Structures and Algorithms using 'C'
Mass transfer Operations-1
Fermentation Biotechnology-1
Genetic engineering
Bioprocess engineering

Sem 6:
Fermentation biotechnology-2
Environmental technology-1
Animal tissue culture
Bioreactor analysis and design

Sem 7:
Bioseparation and downstream processing
Enterprenuership development

Sem 8:
Biology of natural products
Environmental biotechnology-2

Also, I have worked in three IT companies. Do I need to get reference letters explaining my Job profile and duties from all of them?
I am currently located in Australia and are planning to wait for one year completion of Job to get additional 5 points. Is it worth waiting?

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There are some excellent booklets you can download from the ACS website that will give you the information you want. If you can't be bothered doing that then consult with one of the experienced migration agents who contribute to this forum.

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