Agri Biotech Foundation (ABF) is organizing DBT Sponsored Short Term Training Course on “Molecular cloning and transgenic technologies for crop improvement” for upgrading the skills of mid-career scientists/college and university teachers holding regular positions in Universities/colleges/national labs/research insitutes/in house R & D centers and research scholars of multi-disciplinary areas of Biotechnology.
Venue and Dates: Agri Biotech Foundation, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad
1 st to 16th September 2015
The course aims to provide an update on recent advances in genetic engineering and bio informatics approaches and comprises on hands training in cloning, restriction analysis, ligation, plasmid isolation, bacterial transformation, tissue culture, plant transformation, isolation of DNA, PCR, identifying transgene, southern blotting and bioinformatics. In addition, issues related to IPR, writing winnable project proposal and ethics in Biotechnology will be covered.
Detailed course content and application form are available on ABF website: http://www.abfindia.org/TrainingsAwarenessDBT.aspx
Interested participants may submit the prescribed duly completed application form, DD along with CV by hard copy and soft copy (email@example.com) forwarded through their Institute /HOD latest by 17th August 2015 to the Executive Director, Agri Biotech Foundation (ABF), Agricultural University Campus, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad – 500 030. Tel / Fax: 040- 24002147 / 040 – 64562146.
The short listed candidates will be listed in our website and also intimated through their e-mails. Fee towards boarding is Rs. 3000/- and accommodation on sharing and payment basis will be provided on request. DD should be drawn in favor of Executive Director, Agri Biotech Foundation, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad
For further information contact Course Director: Dr. G. Mallikarjuna, E. Mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org; Contact No: 8142799656 Department of Biotechnology Sponsored Short Term Training Course on “Molecular cloning and transgenic technologies for crop improvement”