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Biology based on technology particularly used in agriculture, medicine and in food science is known as Biotechnology. Today, Biotechnology is utilizing the sciences of biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, computers, and information technology to develop tools and products that hold great promise and concern.
Hash Biotech Offers Hands On World Class Industrial Training In Biotechnology
Posted on March 26th, 2010
In recent times, biotechnology as a subject has grown rapidly. And as far as employment is concerned, it has become the second fastest growing sector. Qualified biotechnologists are employed in leading Indian business houses and MNCs including pharmaceutical companies, chemical industries, bio-processing industries, agriculture related industries etc. One can even join government and corporate research and development organizations.
Biotechnology is a knowledge-based industry requiring manpower that has the right mixture of the understanding of the technology as well as managerial proficiency to yield this technology into profit-making ventures. The Indian scenario in this context faces a lacuna for trained manpower, both in terms of specific skill sets and the ability to mature technology into a commercial and fertile industry.
Hash BioTech Labs, strive to make their students market ready by providing hands on practical training on live projects under the guidance of their R&D Team to help their students to discover more in the field of Biotechnology.
The Hash BioTech Department of Education and Industrial Training encourages applicants from a wide range of specializations for admissions to the research programs. Research there is highly interdisciplinary and applicants with degrees/strong background in physical sciences or chemical sciences or mathematical and computational sciences are strongly encouraged to apply.
Hash Biotech Labs facilitates Training/Dissertation in various Life Sciences courses like of Micro Biology, Industrial Microbiology, Bio Chemistry, Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Biomedical Technology, Food Science, Environmental Science, Bio-Science, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Molecular Biology, Nano Biotechnology and Plant Sciences. State-of-the-art Research centre facilitates students to get equipped with the latest and advance technologies. They provide hands-on world-class industrial training on modern equipment to the students which have direct impact on their future employability.
Currently they are offering:
* Dissertation or Project work of (3 to 6 Months)
* Hands-on Industrial Training for (1 to 2 Months)
* Advanced Training Module (1 Month)
* Specialised Workshops/Training/Seminars
The sole objective of Industrial Training Program is to bridge a gap between the institutional education system and real-time industry. The academic atmosphere at the Institute is a rare blend of modern day technical skills and the traditional emphasis on imparting knowledge.
A number of conferences, symposia and workshops are also organized by the faculty which attracts participation from scholars all over the world. Also, students are being given career counseling/guidance whenever required.
The Vision of the Institute is to generate and disseminate knowledge through a harmonious blend of ancient and modern wisdom, and to serve the society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, ethical, and humane sensitivities; to foster a scientific temper, and to promote professional and technological expertise.
In the near future, the biotechnology industry will continue to flourish. Not only are the total number of biotechnology companies increasing, but employment in the biotechnology field continues to grow as well.
To learn more about the courses, log on to www.hashbiotech.com
About Hash BioTech Labs
Hash BioTech Labs is vigorously affianced with the research and development of micro-biological molecules and compounds along with unconventional renewable green sources of energy. Its existing research portfolio consists of genetically superior and optimised varieties of micro algal strains that are indispensable for progressive industries to persist their evolution towards the ‘next generation’ solutions in the fields of bioenergy, pharmaceutical, neutraceutical, medical diagnostics, food & beverages, biocosmetics, biopigments and bioremediation industry.
Hash Biotech Labs houses a world-class Biotech Research Facility and an ‘in-house’ Culture Collection of micro algal strains. It has justifiably earned its reputation as a unique establishment in the field of Biotech. The research team at Hash is lead by a dedicated group of scientists that have a substantial history of successful research work and numerous innovations & scientific discoveries to their credit.
Hash BioTech Labs has joined hands with IIMSAM, an intergovernmental body of the United Nations, in its endeavors to eradicate malnutrition, hunger and poverty worldwide as its Official Working Partner and Technology Facilitator. Hash Biotech’s training facility has also been declared as GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE CENTRE by the same intergovernmental body of the UN.
Hash BioTech Labs has also been recognised by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR, Govt. of India) for its excellence in R&D and achievements in the field of Industrial Biotechnology. Furthermore, Hash BioTech Labs is an ISO 9001:2008 accredited establishment.
Hash BioTech Labs has developed a diverse portfolio of the products which is primarily based on micro algae and plants. The Product portfolio ranges from micro algae ‘Spirulina’ to high end ‘Fluorescent Biomarkers’ which are being exported world-wide.
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