Summer Training Program in Microbial Cell Handling at NIT Agartala [May 18-June 19]: Register by May 12
The department of Bioengineering, NIT Agartala is inviting undergraduate students of B.E./ B.Tech in Biotechnology/ Bioengineering, or any other relevant discipline to participate in the summer training program in Introductory training in handling instruments in Microbial cell handling and Upstream & Downstream processing of microbial cell which is to be held in May 2020.
National Institute of Technology Agartala, located nearby the city of Agartala, the capital of Tripura state, is a leading technical institute in North-East India. The Department of Bioengineering is one of the vibrant departments of the institute catering knowledge in a broad and rapidly evolving multidisciplinary field.
Department would offer training to the candidates on May 18th –June 19th, 2020, starting from 18th May 2020 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 pm.
The selected candidates will have to pay Rs. 6,000/- per participant. A demand draft drawn in favor of Registrar, NIT Agartala payable at Agartala would have to be submitted to the department at the time of admission.
Hostel and mess facility may be provided, based on the availability, for the participating students. Additional charges will be applicable for these facilities as per institute norms.
How to Apply?
- Interested candidates are requested to send the filled-in application form to email@example.com.
- A departmental committee will select the candidates who will be intimated via mail.
- Applicants are requested to send a scanned copy of the same by e-mail before 12th May 2020.
- Applicants are requested to send the original copy of the filled up application form to the Department of Bioengineering, NIT Agartala before 18th May 2020.
- The department of Bioengineering will issue certificates to the participants upon successful completion of training.
- To download the application form, click here.
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