Short term course commences in Biotechnology Unit
ALIGARH November 8: The Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit, Aligarh Muslim University organized a two-week short term training course on ?Recent trends in protein chemistry relevant to biological sciences?. The DBT-sponsored course will conclude on November 23, 2017.
Addressing the inaugural session, Professor Syed Asif A. Naqvi, Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences hoped that the course will provide hands-on training to researchers in recent techniques used in protein structure and function.
Presenting the keynote address, Prof. Sunil K. Khare, an eminent scientist from Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi described the various aspects of ?Immobilization of enzyme on magnetic nano-particles?.
Earlier, welcoming the guests, Prof Rizwan Hasan Khan, Coordinator of the Unit, outlined the trajectory of progress that the Unit has passed through recently which resulted into the accreditation of the Unit with the grade ?A?. He informed that the Unit had received a grant of about 10 crore during the last 5 years and maximum number of postgraduate students of the Unit had qualified NET and GATE examinations, while a number of students got placed with some of the premier laboratories in the country.
Prof. Khan thanked the Vice Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor for his support facilitating the immense growth of the Unit into a centre of excellence.
Dr. Hina Younus conducted the programme while Dr. Waseem Siddiqi proposed a vote of thanks.
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