Well… it depends on your calibre and future goals. There are >500 Biotechnology companies in India but they are mostly on production and marketing. Thus, you have competition with Chemical Engineering, Ceramic Engineering and even Electronic, Electrical, Mechanical and computer Engineering. Unlike common believe, R&D part is poor in most of the Indian Biotechnology companies and for that the have plenty of BSc and MSc Biotechnology graduates at relatively low pay scale.
Now to your question…
- Check the curriculum of your target Institute / University… Is is similar to BSc or does it look like those of Engineering and technology?
- Check their placement
- Check if their curriculum gives you employment opportunities in other fields of Technology and Engineering
- Most important, does their degee makes BSc/MSc graduates as your competitors?
Now my suggestion are not specific to any Institute / University. These are general suggestions.
In my knowledge, SRM is a good choice. But then, I have not gone into their details.