CSIR-Skill Development Programme on Basic to Advanced Techniques in Industrial Microbiology | 22 November to 11 December 2018

CSIR-Skill Development Programme on Basic to Advanced 
Techniques in Industrial Microbiology 

22 November to 11 December 2018

Course code: SDP_NCL03 

National Collection of Industrial Microorganisms (NCIM) is a national facility and microbial culture repository dedicated to isolation, preservation, and distribution of authentic and industrially important microbial strains. NCIM provides an extensive documentation and detailed identification information on the biological materials. The diversity and quality management of its bioresources render the NCIM an internationally known supplier for science, pharmaceutical laboratories, national reference centres, as well as industrial partners. NCIM has the specific expertise and offers counselling in the areas like microbial taxonomy, phylogeny and species description, genomics and transcriptomics, standardization and quality assurance of bioresources, and multifaceted biotechnological exploitation of microbial resources. This training programme is mainly designed for practical oriented approach with hands on techniques in Microbial Technology, by understanding their biochemical performance, identity and commercial potential for value added product using targeted isolation, characterization using phenotypic and genotypic tools, fermentation and bio-analytics.

Duration: 3 Weeks (15 training days) 

No. of seats: 15 

Educational qualifications: M.Sc./Ph.D. (ongoing/completed) Venue of the course: CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, Pune 

Course fee: For Indian nationals: Rs 10,000 (Student), Rs 20,000 (Faculty), Rs 25,000 (Industry sponsored candidate) For Foreign nationals: US$ 3000 Course fee include training fees, expenses towards lunch and breakfast. 

Accommodation to the Indian national will be provided in NCL at nominal charges. 

The last date for receiving applications: 31 October 2018. 

Please contact: e-mail: ncl.sdtc@ncl.res.in (Applications will also be accepted by e-mail) 

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