5 Days to 50 Days: Total 100 experiments

Basic Training Program:

This fundamental course is ideal for students/professionals that are new to the biotechnology industry and want to learn the basics of biotechnology. Acentric Biotech & Research Laboratory (ABRL), Mohali started a Basic Biotech Industrial Training program to provide combination of theoretical knowledge and hands on practical industrial training to fresh B.Sc/B.Tech/ M.Sc./M.Tech biotechnology students/Working professionals.

All the experiments will include "PRACTICAL LECTURES, PRACTICAL WRITING and HANDS ON PRACTICAL"

(BL-1) Microbiology:

  • Introduction to Microbiology, Basic Instruments used in Microbiology, Scope and Applications of microbiology,SOP of Instruments used in Microbiology fields,Isolation of normal microflora from human body,Counting of Bacterial Colony forming units on Agar plate via Colony Counter,Primary identification of microorganisms and simple stain,Isolation of pure bacterial culture using Streaking technique method,Transfer and maintenance of bacterial culture.
  • (BL-2) Molecular Biology:

  • Introduction to Molecular Biology, Role of Basic Instruments used in Molecular Biology, Scope and Application of Molecular Biology,SOP of Intruments in Molecular Biology, Preparation of reagnets and buffers,Isolation of Genomic DNA from Papaya,Isolation of DNA using Silica Column Technique,Qualitative analysis of isolated DNA,Extraction of protein from cereals,Qualitative analysis of extracted Protein,.
  • (BL-3) Food Technology:

  • Introduction to Food Biotechnology, Adulteration in food items, Scope of Food Biotechnology,Applications in Food Biotechnology,Determination of different types of adulteration in milk, Isolation of casein from milk,Determination of gluten content in wheat flour,Determination of caffeine in tea,Determination of carbohydrate content in food samples.
  • (BL-4) Immunology:

  • Learn Basic concepts of Immunology, Introduction to Immune System, Role of Antigens and Antibodies, Scope and Applications of Immunology,Determination of ABO Blood group,Measurement of blood tonicity,Determination of ESR in blood, Preparation and analysis of Haemin crystals,Separation of plasma and serum in blood sample.
  • (BL-5) Pharmaceutical Science:

  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Science, Development of drugs and biologics,Explore the chemistry of drugs,Role of antibiotics and their effect on target disease, Scope and Applications in Pharmaceutical Science,Determination of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) in Tablet,Determination of tablet hardnedd by Tablet Hardness Tester and Weight variation test,Analysis of aspirin tablets on a microscale, Determination of Citric acid in Tablets,Antibiotic Sensitivity test by Kirby Bauer Method.
  • (BL-6) Plant Biotechnology

  • Introduction to Plant Biotechnology,Importance of Plant Biotechnology, Study the structure development and metabolism,Scope and Application of Plant Biotechnology, Microscopic view of plant structure,Determine Osmosis in living plant cell by Potato Osmoscope, Determine the process of plasmolysis in Onion cells, Separation of plant pigments by Paper Chromatography,Examine the presence of Phosphorus in Plant tissue.
  • (BL-7) Environmental Science

  • Learn Basic concept of Enviromental Science,Understaning Environmental issues,Study about water pollution and it's control,Role of basic Instruments, Scope and Application of Environmental Science,Determine the water holding capacity of the soil,Determine the pH, Total dissolved soild and Total suspended solid in water,Estimation of Hard water and Soft water by EDTA method,Wastewater treatment by Jar Test,Estimation of chlorine in water sample.
  • (BL-8) Bioinformatics:

  • Basic concept of Bioinformatics, Introduction to Bioinformatics tools,Study of structure and function of proteins,Scope and Application of Bioinformatics, Biological Databases with Reference to NCBI,Analysis of Protein sequence databases & annotation,Pairwise sequence alignment,Sequence similarity searching using BLAST, Multiple Sequence Alignment by Clustal Omega.
  • *Basic Training Program Fees Details:

    • 5 Days ( Opt 1 Field)- Rs 2500/-

    • 10 Days ( Opt 2 Fields)- Rs 3200/-

    • 15 Days ( Opt 3 Fields)- Rs 4200/-

    • 20 Days ( Opt 4 Fields)- Rs 5000/-

    • 25 Days ( Opt 5 Fields)- Rs 5500/-

    • 30 Days ( Opt 6 Fields)- Rs 6500/-

    • 45 Days ( Opt 7 Fields)- Rs 7200/-

    • 50 Days ( Opt 8 Fields)- Rs 8500/-

    • Advance Training Program:

      5 Days to 50 Days: Total 100 experiments

      In both the level, you have to choose experiments as per your choice from the below mentioned fields.

      All the experiments will include "PRACTICAL LECTURES, PRACTICAL WRITING and HANDS ON PRACTICAL"

      (SEL-1) Ayurvigyan: 10 experiments (Rs 200/experiment)

      • i. Preparation of ayurvedic extract and qualitative analysis of phytochemicals.
      • ii. Determination of gum in plant extract.
      • iii. Determination of mucilage in plant extract.
      • iv. Determination of beta-cyanine in plant extract.
      • v. Determination of resins in plant extract.
      • vi. Estimation of carbohydrate in plant extract by DNS method.
      • vii. To determine the total aldehyde content of given sample of Lemon oil.
      • viii. Evaluation the rancidity in fats and oils.
      • ix. Determination of value of castor oil.
      • x. Preparation & Evaluation of Churana mixture.

      (SEL-2) Biomedical Engineering: 10 experiments (Rs 450/experiment)

      • i. Measurement of blood pressure with a Sphygmomanometer.
      • ii. Measuring pulmonary function of lungs using Spirometer.
      • iii. Measurement of CO2 production using Pulse-oximeter.
      • iv. Measure the percentage of oxyhemoglobin by Pulse-oximeter.
      • v. Preparation methods for biopolymers & biopolymer coated sand materials.
      • vi. Determine the microbial effects on the properties of cross-linked biopolymers.
      • vii. Synthesis of biocompatible methacrylatedKefrian hydrogels.
      • viii. Characterisation of biocompatible methacrylatedKefrian hydrogels.
      • ix. Measurement of blood glucose level by Glucose Biosensor.
      • x. Glutamic acid production by Corynebacteriumglutamicum

      (SEL-3) Poultry Science: 10 experiments (Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Estimation of carbohydrate content in Egg yolk by Phenol-Sulphuric acid method.
      • ii. Analysis of moisture content in egg yolk.
      • iii. Extraction of Albumin protein from egg .
      • iv. Qualitative estimation of crude Albumin.
      • v. Experiment to demonstrate phenomenon of osmosis in egg.
      • vi. Isolation of phospholipids from egg yolk by performing thin layer chromatography.
      • vii. Isolation and purification of IgY antibodies from chicken egg.
      • viii. Measurement of keratinolytic protease obtained by degradation of feathers by Actinomycetes isolates.
      • ix. Determination of relative humidity of meat by Hygrometer.
      • x. Total plate count method.

      (SEL-4) Alcohol Fermentation Technology: 10 experiments(Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Wine production by grapes/plum.
      • ii. Parameter analysis of wine.
      • iii. To determine the specific gravity by Hydrometer.
      • iv. Chronic acid oxidation test for Beer.
      • v. Sensory evaluation of wine.
      • vi. Determination of ethanol content by Potassium dichromate method.
      • vii. Determine Protein stability test in Wine by Trichloroacetic acid method.
      • viii. To determine carboxylic and ketone group in alcohol by Ritter test.
      • ix. To distinguish primary, secondary and tertiary alcohol by Luca’s test.
      • x. Determination of secondary methyl group in alcohol by Iodoform test.

      (SEL-5) Pharmaceutical Science: Formulation & Quality analysis: 10 experiments (Rs 300/experiment)

      • i. Determination of moisture by Karl Fischer Titration.
      • ii. Determination of sodium and potassium concentration using Flame Photometer.
      • iii. To determine the melting point of solid substance by Melting Point apparatus.
      • iv. Determination of hardness and thickness in tablet by Tablet Hardness tester.
      • v. Identification of ammonium chloride and sodium chloride tablets.
      • vi. Limit test of Heavy metals.
      • vii. Quantitative determination of serum calcium by Potassium permanganate method.
      • viii. To determine the limit test of chloride and sulphate.
      • ix. Formulation and Physicochemical parameter analysis of tablets by Tablet Compressing Machine.
      • x. Determine the rate of reaction of Alka Seltzer tablet with water.

      (SEL-6) Forensic Science: 10 experiments (Rs 300/experiment)

      • i. Detection of fibre and hair evidence of forensic.
      • ii. Apply physical and chemical properties of substances to identify unknown substances via Toxicology test.
      • iii. Forgery test- Ink Paper Chromatography.
      • iv. Analyse and identify bloodstain patterns by performing bloodstain analysis.
      • v. Perform different testes on synthetic urine.
      • vi. Method to detect fresh fingerprint.
      • vii. DNA extraction and purification from cotton swab.
      • viii. DNA extraction and purification from fabrics.
      • ix. Detection of saliva and sweat in forensic sample.
      • x. Heavy metal screen by Reinsch test.

      (SEL-7) Gene N Genomics: 10 experiments (Rs 400/experiment)

      • i. Isolation of genomic DNA from Yeast Cell.
      • ii. Isolation of genomic DNA from Aquatic animal.
      • iii. Estimation of DNA by Diphenylamine method via UV spectrophotometer.
      • iv. DNA analysis on non-denaturing agarose gel electrophoresis (AGE).
      • v. Extraction of DNA from agarose gel electrophoresis (AGE)
      • vi. Isolation of RNA from Alfa-Alfa sprouts.
      • vii.Quantitative estimation of RNA via UV spectrophotometer.
      • viii.RNA analysis on non-denaturing agarose gel electrophoresis (AGE)..
      • ix.Amplification of DNA by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR).
      • x. Preparation of Competent cell for DNA transformation technique.

      (SEL-8) Cytotoxicity Studies: 10 experiments (Rs 500/experiment)

      • Anti-cancer activity by MTT assay.
      • ii. Anti-cancer activity by Trypan Blue Dye Exclusion assay.
      • iii. In-vitro Anti-diabetic activity assay by alpha-amylase.
      • iv. In-vitro Anti-diabetic activity assay by alpha-Glucosidase Inhibition assay.
      • v. Anti-inflammatory activity by Inhibition of albumin denaturation.
      • vi. Anti-inflammatory activity by proteinase inhibitory assay.
      • vii. Anti-oxidant activity by Ferric reducing assay.
      • viii. Anti-oxidant activity by DPPH method.
      • ix. Haemolytic activity by Heat induction.
      • x. Haemolytic activity by Hypo tonicity induction

      (SEL-9) Cryobiology: 10 experiments(Rs 500/experiment)

      • i. Preparation of recombinant bacterial cultures and cryopreservation of recombinant bacterial cultures.
      • ii. Evaluation of recombinant bacterial cells survival.
      • iii. Preparation of fungal culture and cryopreservation of fungal culture.
      • iv. Evaluation of fungal cells survival.
      • v. To learn freeze drying technique of cell cultures.
      • vi. Preparation of various vitrifications solutions for plant cell culture.
      • vii. Extraction and cryopreservation of plant cell culture using vitrification technique.
      • viii. Preparation of solution for encapsulation dehydration technique.
      • ix. Cryopreservation of embryonic axes by recombinant bacterial cultures.
      • x. Extraction, cryopreservation and viability assessment of pollen.


      (SEL-10) Enzymology: Biological Catalyst: 10 experiments(Rs 300/experiment)

      • i. Extraction of polyphenol oxidase (PPO) enzyme from Solanumtubersum.
      • ii. Purification of PPO enzyme by using PAGE Gel Dialysis method.
      • iii. Characterization of PPO enzyme by using UV-VIS spectrophotometer.
      • iv. Investigation of effect of temperature on the activity of lipase enzyme.
      • v. Extraction of cellulose from areca fibre.
      • vi. Analysis of activity of cellulose enzyme extracted from areca fibre.
      • vii. Immobilisation of urease enzyme by Sodium alginate method.
      • viii. Estimation of urea in blood with immobilised urease enzyme.
      • ix. Indirect estimation of lactate dehydrogenase.
      • x. Determination of kinetics for esterification.

      (SEL-11) Confectionary Science: 10 experiments(Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Determination of titanium oxide in chewing gum.
      • ii. Determination of gum based content in chewing gum.
      • iii. Preparation of chocolate and analysis of physicochemical properties.
      • iv. Determination of starch in icing sugar.
      • v. Detection of Lysteria monocytes in food items.
      • vi. Identification of Lysteria monocytes by staining method.
      • vii. Detection of synthetic colour in various food items.
      • viii. Determination of soluble solid content in jelly by Refractometer.
      • ix. Analysis of gluten content in fruit cake.
      • x. Aspartame determination in custard powder.

      (SEL-12) Agronomy & Environmental Biotechnology: 10 experiments (Rs 200/experiment)

      • i. Measurement of bulk density of soil using Bulk density apparatus.
      • ii. Analysis of soil organic carbon using Colorimeter.
      • iii. To determine the concentration of iron in water by UV-Vis spectrophotometer method.
      • iv. Analysis of carbonate particle size in soil.
      • v. To determine the Biological Oxygen demand of a given sample of water.
      • vi. To determine the Chemical Oxygen demand of a water by Mohr’s salt method.
      • vii. Determination of moisture content of soil.
      • viii. To analyse the oil & grease concentration in wastewater.
      • ix. Analysis of heavy metal in Textile industry wastewater.
      • x. Determination of Nitrogen in soil by alkaline permanganate method.

      (SEL-13) Prebiotics & Probiotics: Development & Quality analysis:(Rs 400/experiment)

      • i. Isolation of Bifidobacterium for development of probiotics.
      • ii. Identification and broth preparation of Bifidobacterium to obtain pure culture.
      • iii. Analysis of physicochemical parameter of probiotic strain.
      • iv. Preparation of starter culture for probiotic development.
      • v. Analysis of starter culture and batch fermentation of probiotic development.
      • vi. Analysis of physicochemical parameter of fermented probiotics.
      • vii. Analysis of isolates of Bifidobacterium to their ability to tolerate varying concentration of acid.
      • viii. Analysis of isolates of Bifidobacterium by bile tolerance test.
      • ix. Analysis of antimicrobial activity of probiotics by Cross Streak plate method.
      • x. Spectrophotometric method for quantitative determination of Inulin in Naturolax-A powder.

      (SEL-14) Germ Science: 10 experiments(Rs 300/experiment)

      • i. Cultivation of microorganism from soil by Pour plate method.
      • ii. Cultivation of microorganism from water by membrane filtration method.
      • iii. Culture transfer technique by Streak plate method.
      • iv. Identification of microorganism by staining method.
      • v. Multiplication of microbial organism by broth preparation.
      • vi. Biochemical test for microbial identification.
      • vii. Preparation of selective and differential media for isolation of E.coli or Pseudomonsa aeuroginosa.
      • viii. Measurement of bacterial broth by UV-Vis spectrophotometer.
      • ix. Differential stain by Capsule stain and Negative stain.
      • x. To identify the number of actively growing cell in a plate by Colony counter.

      (SEL-15) Medical Biotechnology: 10 experiments(Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Isolation of Cornybacterium diphtheria from throat swab.
      • ii. Identification of bacteria by Albert stain or ZiehelNeelsen method.
      • iii. Antimicrobial susceptibility test- Kirby Bauer Disc diffusion method.
      • iv. Determination of minimum inhibitory concentration of antimicrobial substance.
      • v. Carries susceptibility test by Snyder method.
      • vi. Analysis of lethal infection of UV radiation.
      • vii. Slide test for sickle cell anaemia.
      • viii. Identification of Plasmodium species in blood films.
      • ix. Preparation and staining of peripheral blood smear .
      • x. Determination of ABO Blood group and Rh factor.

      (SEL-16) Horticulture: 10 experiments(Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Surface sterilisation and inoculation of explant in Murashige&Skoog media.
      • ii. To isolate and inoculate anthers for haploid production.
      • iii. To isolate plant protoplast by mechanical method.
      • iv. In-vitro preparation of hydrated synthetic seed.
      • v. Isolation of embryo from chickpea.
      • vi. In-vitro regeneration of chickpea.
      • vii. Protoplast fusion induced by Polyethylene glycol (PEG).
      • viii. Study on propagation by different methods of grafting.
      • ix. Study on propagation by chip and patch budding.
      • x. In-vitro study about micro propagation of plant through tissue culture.

      (SEL-17) Nutraceuticals: 10 experiments(Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Extraction of phenolic content from algae by thin layer chromatography.
      • ii. Determination of vitamin B1 and vitamin B2 in algal sample.
      • iii. Qualitative method to determine iron in Endura mass.
      • iv. Extraction of Beta-glucan by acidic method.
      • v. Estimation of protein of soy products by Kjeldahl method.
      • vi. Purification of Beta-carotene from green algae by thin layer chromatography.
      • vii. Carbohydrate estimation by Barfoed’s method.
      • viii. Saponification value of omega-3 fatty acid in carotene tablet.
      • ix. Determination of Vitamin A (Retinol) in green leafy vegetables.
      • x. Determination of Vitamin E (Tocopherol) in green leafy vegetables.

      (SEL-18) Food Science & Technology: 10 experiments(Rs 350/experiment)

      • i. Preparation & formulation of fruit jam.
      • ii. Qualitative analysis of jam by different methods.
      • iii. To determine total coliform count in various food items.
      • iv. Development of Tofu production method with probiotic bacteria addition.
      • v. Physical and chemical parameter analysis of fermented tofu.
      • vi. To determine the solubility, specific gravity and refractive index of lipids in vegetable oil.
      • vii. Coagulation of protein in egg.
      • viii. Colour reaction of myoglobin in meat.
      • ix. Qualitative analysis of carbohydrates by Anthrone method.
      • x. Food Packaging Materials: Testing & Quality Assurance.

      (SEL-19) Organic & Inorganic chemistry: 10 experiments (Rs 200/experiment)

      • i. Determination of pre-beta and beta lipoprotein in blood plasma.
      • ii. Detection of hormones by qualitative method.
      • iii. Determination of cellulose in plant cell.
      • iv. Determination of purines in cell.
      • v. Preparation of salt mixture in water and analysis of colour & smell.
      • vi. Dry heat test for analysis of salt mixture.
      • vii. Charcoal cavity test for analysis of salt mixture.
      • viii. Nitrate ion test for analysis of salt mixture.
      • ix. Chloride ion test for analysis of salt mixture.
      • x. Determination of ATP in various tissue.

      (SEL-20) Bio macromolecules: Introduction to protein & blotting technique: 10 experiments (Rs 500/experiment)

      • i. Rapid method for protein extraction from tissue yeast.
      • ii. To learn the technique of Southern blotting for the detection of specific DNA fragments.
      • iii. To learn the technique of Western blotting for the detection of specific protein.
      • iv. Isolation of protein from ArachisHypoguea.
      • v. Estimation of protein by Bradford protein assay.
      • vi. To learn the technique of SDS-PAGE.
      • vii. To learn the technique of protein purification of Horse RadishPeroxidase (HRP) by Affinity chromatography.
      • viii. To study the immunodiffusion technique by Single Radial Immunodiffusion.
      • ix. Protein purification with dialysis tubing.
      • x. To study the protein precipitation by Acetone method.

      (SEL-21) Cosmetology & Aroma Science:10 experiments (Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Extraction of crude material by maceration and decoction method.
      • ii. Preliminary phytochemical screening of crude plant material.
      • iii. Quantitative phytochemical screening of crude plant material.
      • iv. Formulation of cosmetic product.
      • v. Determination of organoleptic property of formulation product.
      • vi. Determination of physical property of formulated product.
      • vii. Extraction of essential oil by Clevenger apparatus.
      • viii. Limit test of heavy metals in cosmetic product.
      • ix. Analysis of crude compounds present in oil by thin layer chromatography.
      • x. Analysis of antimicrobial activity of formulated product by Cross Streak plate method.

      (SEL-22) Dental Bioscience: 10 experiments(Rs 350/experiment)

      • i. Collection sample by swabbing and Enumeration of viable cell count.
      • ii. Isolation and screening of biofilm forming bacteria.
      • iii. In-vitro biofilm screening by by the Tube assay method.
      • iv. Biochemical identification of oral cavity bacterial strains.
      • v. Study of planktonic growth kinetics.
      • vi. Determination of Chemotaxis response of the oral cavity bacterial strains.
      • vii. Study of biofilm formation under sugar stress conditions
      • viii. Study of biofilm formation under salinity stress conditions
      • ix. Study of biofilm formation under pH stress conditions
      • x. Characterization of biofilm matrix by chemical analysis.

      (SEL-23) Stem Cell & Tissue Engineering: 10 experiments(Rs 600/experiment)

      • i. Isolation of human mononucleated cells from peripheral blood.
      • ii. Cell count by Hemocytometer.
      • iii. Culturing and maintenance of isolated pluripotent and multipotent human peripheral blood stem cells.
      • iv. Characterization of pluripotency and multipotency human peripheral blood stem cells by Phase contrast microscope.
      • v. Cytochemical staining of Osteoblasts derive from hPBSCs.
      • vi. Chondrogenic differentiation of stem cells using Alcian blue staining.
      • vii. To isolate dental pulp mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from non-infected human permanent teeth
      • viii. Cell count by Hemocytometer.
      • ix. Culturing and maintenance of isolated mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs).
      • x. Adipogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) using Oil red O staining.

      (SEL-24) Mycology: 10 experiments(Rs 250/experiment)

      • i. Isolation of air-borne fungi.
      • ii. Isolation of medically important fungi.
      • iii. Isolation of fungus by Soil Baiting Technique.
      • iv. Slide culture technique and microscopic examination of fungi.
      • v. Detection of Aflatoxin contamination produced by Aspergillus species in food products.
      • vi. Study of interfungal parasitic relationships: Mycoparasitism.
      • vii. Determination of keratinolytic activity of fungi.
      • viii. Determination of minimum fungicidal concentration (MFC).
      • ix. Identification of fungal structure by LPCB staining method.
      • x. Analysis of antibiotic properties of fungi from Penicilliumnotatum.

      (SEL-25) Bio techniques and Instrumentation: 10 experiments(Rs 350/experiment)

      • i. Autoclave: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • ii. Laminar air flow: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • iii. UV-VIS spectrophotometer: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • iv. Calorimeter: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • v. Top Bench Centrifuge: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • vi. Plant Tissue Chamber: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • vii. Hybridization Incubator: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • viii. Incubator: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • ix. Bulk Density Apparatus: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.
      • x. Binocular Compound microscope: Learn Objective, Purpose, Scope, Operation and Precaution.

      (SEL-26) Nanobiotechnology (550/experiment)

      • i. Chemical synthesis of Nanoparticles by Sol-Gel method:
      • ii. Characterization study of nanoparticles synthesized by sol-gel technique.
      • iii. Production of Metal Nanoparticles by Agro-Industrial Wastes.
      • iv. Characterization of Metal nanoparticles by UV-VIS spectrophotometer..
      • v. Flower-Based Green Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles.
      • vi. Antimicrobial activity of latex silver nanoparticles using Calotropis procera.
      • vii. Synthesis and Characterization of nanosized ferric oxide Pigments.
      • viii. Catalytic properties of phytogenic copper oxide nanoparticles derived from Aglaia elaeagnoidea flower extract.
      • ix. Alpha-Amylase Mediated Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles..
      • x. Toxicity Effect of Nanoparticles in Brine Shrimp Artemia.
      • (SEL-27) Bioinformatics:Tools, Softwares and Programmes (250/experiment)

        • i. Biological Databases with Reference to Expasy and NCBI.
        • ii. Computational Tools for Expression Analysis.
        • iii.Tools used to design primers.
        • iv.Phylogenetic Analysis:Data Model & Softwares
        • v. Identify the genes in genomic sequence using Gene Prediction tools.
        • vi. Prediction of secondary structure in protein sequences.
        • vii. Tertiary protein structure analysis using RASMOL.
        • viii. Homology modeling in drug discovery using Modeller.
        • ix. In Silico DNA Restriction Analysis.
        • x. Molecular docking in drug designing using Autodock tool.

        Program Fees Details:

      • Training Program I: Non-Customized Training
      • In this program, trainee can opt any above fields as per their choice and duration.

        Level

        Duration

        No. of Fields

        Course Fee

        *Supreme Level

        5 Days

        1

        2500/-

        10 Days

        2

        4200/-

        15 Days

        3

        5500/-

        20 Days

        4

        6500/-

        25 Days

        5

        7700/-

        *In Supreme level,all the above fields are included except SEL-2, SEL-8,SEL-9,SEL-20,SEL-22,SEL-23 and SEL-26

        Level

        Duration

        No. of Fields

        Course Fee

        Elite Level

        30 Days

        6

        8800/-

        35 Days

        7

        10000/-

        40 Days

        8

        11500/-

        45 Days

        9

        12500/-

        50 Days

        10

        13500/-

      • Training Program II: Customized Training
      • In this program, trainee can pick any experiments from above fields as per their choice and duration and pay for individual experiments.You can customize your entire training session as per your need.

        Level

        Duration

        No. of Experiments

        Course Fee

        *Supreme Level

        5 Days

        Min=5 & Max=10

        Vary as per the selection of experiments

        10 Days

        Min=10 & Max=20

        15 Days

        Min=15 & Max=30

        20 Days

        Min=20 & Max=40

        25 Days

        Min=25 & Max=50

        *In Supreme level,all the above fields are included except SEL-2, SEL-8,SEL-9,SEL-20,SEL-22,SEL-23 and SEL-26

        Level

        Duration

        No. of Experiments

        Course Fee

        Elite Level

        30 Days

        Min=30 & Max=60

        Vary as per the selection of experiments

        35 Days

        Min=35 & Max=70

        40 Days

        Min=40 & Max=80

        45 Days

        Min=45 & Max=90

        50 Days

        Min=50 & Max=100

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