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Online FDP on Advances in Biological, Biochemical, Biomedical & Bioenergy by NIT Warangal [Nov 9-13]: Register by Nov 3


The Department of Biotechnology, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal is organizing an Online Faculty Deevlopment Program (FDP) on Advances in Biological, Biochemical, Biomedical & Bioenergy from November 9 to 13, 2020.
National Institute of Technology Warangal, formerly known as Regional Engineering College was established in 1959. Over the years it has developed into a premier institute of higher learning and is ranked among the top technical education institutions in India.
There are 13 Departments offering eight undergraduate and 32 post-graduate programmes besides doctoral programmes. About 5000 students across the country and about 500 international students study in the campus. It is a fully residential campus sprawling over 250 acres with excellent infrastructure, state of the art library, seminar halls, guest houses and laboratories.

FDP Background

Biotechnology and biochemical engineering are closely related to each other as biochemical engineering can be considered a sub-branch of biotechnology. One of the primary focuses of biotechnology is in the medical field, where biochemical engineers work to design pharmaceuticals, artificial organs, biomedical devices, chemical sensors, and drug delivery systems.
Biochemical engineers use their knowledge of chemical processes in biological systems in order to create tangible products that improve people’s health. The concerns relating to global warming, climate change, and increasing energy demands have led to significant research towards the development of alternative energy to substitute the fossil energy sources. Biomass-based energy or biofuels are highly promising due to many perceptible environmental and socio-economic advantages.

Course Objectives
  • To enable participants, learn and conceptualize advances in various fields of Biotechnology.
  • Effectively analyze problems and identify solution of various types of biotechnology problems.
  • Development of high consistency liquefaction and consolidated biotechnology.
  1. Biochemical Engineering,
  2. Biomedical Engineering
  3. Bioreactor Engineering,
  4. Environmental Engineering,
  5. Enzyme Engineering and Law
  6. Fermentation Technology,
  7. Food Biotechnology,
  8. Bionanotechnology,
  9. Bioenergy
  10. Metabolic Engineering
  11. IPR issues of Biofuels
Who can Attend?

Faculty members in all disciplines of Engineering, Sciences, Mathematics, Life sciences, Management, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Research Scholars and PG students who have an aptitude to work in the areas of Biotechnology and allied areas.

Resource Person

Eminent faculty from IITs, Central Universities, Industry and Senior Faculty from different departments of NIT Warangal, will deliver lectures and interact with participants.

Registration Fees
  1. Faculty, Post doctoral fellows , Research Scholars, PG students: Rs. 500/-
  2. Industry participants: Rs. 1000/-

Registration fee may be remitted Online through NEFT to the Bank account: Account Number: 62403680215 (Savings Account); Account Name: Center for Continuing Education NITW; Bank Name: State Bank of India (SBI); Branch: NIT Warangal; IFSC Code: SBIN0020149.


Interested candidate can register for the FDP by clicking here. The last date to register is November 3, 2020.
As the programme is conducted online, the number of participants in the workshop is limited to 100. Candidates are advised to register early to avoid disappointment.


Dr. K. Narasimhulu
Associate Professor, Department of
Biotechnology, Mobile: 9985470286.
E mail:
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Online FDP on Advances in Biological, Biochemical, Biomedical & Bioenergy by NIT Warangal

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