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Job Oriented Training Program

The field of biotechnology offers exciting career opportunities, blending scientific knowledge with innovative research and development. To bridge the gap between theoretical education and practical industry requirements, job-oriented training programs in biotechnology have been developed to equip students with specialized skills, hands-on experience, and industry-relevant knowledge, enhancing their employability and preparing them for a successful career in the biotechnology sector.

Job-oriented training programs in biotechnology play a pivotal role in preparing students for successful careers in this rapidly evolving field by combining theoretical knowledge with practical experience and industry exposure. Key Components of a Job-Oriented Training Program are:

  • Technical Skills Development

  • Practical Training

  • Industry-Driven Curriculum

  • Workshops and Seminars

  • Soft Skills and Professional Development

  • Enhanced Employability

  • Industry Exposure

  • Networking Opportunities

  • Professional Growth

3 Months Job Oriented Training Program: 

  • Participants can choose any three modules of one month each for the Job Oriented training program. 

  • The cerriculam will include both theoritical and practical hands-on sessions to enhances their understanding and competence in real-world scenarios.

  • The training programs are designed in collaboration with industry experts to ensure alignment with the current trends and demands of the biotechnology sector.

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Industrial Microbiology

Crime Scene Investigation

Forensic Science

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DNA Fingerprinting

Beauty Products

Cosmetics Product

Lab Grown Meat

Food Biotechnology



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Tasting Beer

Fermentation Tech

Wine Tasting Events

Wine Production


Medical Microbiology



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Drug and Syringe

Antibiotics Production

Chemistry Set


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Molecular Biology

Periodic Table


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Environmental Biotech

Herbal Medicine

Herbal Drug

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Cancer Cell Lines

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