The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Agartala, is a technology-oriented institute of higher education established by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India in Agartala. It was founded as Tripura Engineering College in 1965 and declared a NIT in 2006. It is a technical institute in India along with all other NITs and IITs. It is recognized as an Institute of National Importance, by an act of the Parliament of India. It is a leading reputed technical institute of the country along with the IITs and NITs. NIT, Agartala is one of the thirty one national-level Technical Institutes set up by the Government of India. The Institute’s mission is “to help to improve the economic development of the country particularly the North-East states and also the public systems, through pursuit of excellence in technical education, research, consultancy and training”
Two days International Webinar on Innovations in Biotechnology: Virus, Vaccine and Public Health on 21st & 27th August 2021 Organized by Department of Bio engineering National Institute of Technology, Agartala, Barjala, West Tripura, Tripura-799046
The growing corona virus pandemic has shooked the world’s economy. The potential of the scientific community and the private sector to develop and manufacture vaccines in a limited time frame has become the major highlight in forefront against the pandemic. India has performed well with lead in vaccine production, and public heath care. This seminar aims to actively engage in research discussions and professional development for the next generation workforce to develop their skills to innovate in the field of virology, vaccines, and public health care
Prof. Anirban Basu,
Director & Professor of Health Economics, University of Washington,
Mr. Bedadyuti Chakraborty,
Associate Director, Quality, Dr. Reddys Laboratory, Hyderabad, India.
Mr. Sayon Majumdar,
Ex-Head, Food R&D, Godfrey Philipis India Ltd.
Dr. Amit Jaiswal
Assistant Professor, School of Basic Sciences, IIT Mandi, India
Mr. Chandranath Ganapathy,
Director of Downstream Process Development, Alvotech, Reykjavk,
Who can Apply?
The workshop is open to the UG students, PG students, Ph.D. scholars research associates of Science background from different colleges and universities. Interested students will be allowed to present their work in a session dedicated for students, with a presentation of 10 minutes maximum. The best presentation will be awarded with credits. The guidelines for presentation: Students should prepare a 10 minutes presentation in PDF or PPT format on the work they are carrying out in the respective institutes. Maximum of 6 students will be allowed for presentation based on internal selection procedure.
◆ No registration fee will be incurred
How to Apply
Interested participants fulfilling the above criteria may submit their Register applications in the prescribed format for the following Two days International Webinar on Innovations in Biotechnology: Virus, Vaccine and Public Health
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Mobile: +91 8413061175
Dr. Deeplina Das
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Abstract submission: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web page: http://www.nita.ac.in
- Event date 21st & 27th August 2021
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Two days International Webinar on Innovations in Biotechnology: Virus, Vaccine and Public Health on 21st & 27th August 2021 Organized by Department of Bio-engineering National Institute of Technology, Agartala,
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National Institute of Technology, Agartala, Barjala, West Tripura, Tripura-799046
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