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Training Programme on Pathophenotyping & Genome guided Characterization at IARI, Delhi [Jan 22-Feb 1]: Apply by Dec 15

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ICAR-IARI is organising a 10-days Training Programme on “Pathophenotyping and Genome Guided Characterization of Rust Fungi Infecting Wheat and other Cereals” sponsored by National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP) – Centre for Advanced Agricultural Science & Technology (CAAST), on Genomics Assisted Crop Improvement & Resource Management, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi, scheduled from January 22 – February 01, 2020.

Course Outline

The CAAST training has the following components:

  1. Lectures on principles and practices of basic & advanced phenotyping, genotyping and molecular tools & techniques used in Wheat Rust Pathology and Plant Pathology: The lectures will be delivered in the forenoon of the day during the training period.
  2. Demonstration of the advanced research facilities: Visit to facilities like TEM, SEM, Confocal Microscope, Genome sequencers, Bioinformatic data center, Phytotron and Phenomics facility etc.
  3. Group activities for case studies: Student groups will be given a set of rust pathogens to characterize using phenotyping & genomic tools.
  4. Interactive discussion presentation and Quiz: Each student is expected to make a short presentation of their present work and future work plan on pathophenotyping and genomics programme of their choice organism. Presentation will be facilitated by coordinators during evening hours on all days during the programme. Students are also encouraged to bring their own biological material to work with.
Who can Apply

M.Sc, M.Tech. and Ph.D. students studying in concerned subject under State Agricultural Universities/Central Agricultural Universities/UGC recognized Private Universities/ICAR Institutes.

How to Apply

Complete application form in the prescribed format in the official link below should be forwarded by Head of the Institute or Departmental Authorities should reach the Course Director, NAHEP-Centre for Advanced Agricultural Science & Technology (CAAST) sponsored training, Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa Campus, New Delhi-110 012

Registration Fee

No registration fee is to be paid as the programme is fully sponsored by NAHEP-CAAST.

Application Deadline

December 15, 2019 (extended)

Contact

E-mail: dr.singhvaibhav@gmail.com

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