Biotech/Pharma Short Term Training Program

Bridging the gap between Industry and Academia

Program Overview

Rapture Biotech, India organizes Biotech summer/Winter training/Internship (short term) program each year to enhance hands on practical knowledge of life sciences students with latest Industry oriented courses.

Rapture Biotech International Pvt. Ltd. is a leading ISO 9001:2015 certified company, with 8 centers at

NOIDA (Delhi - NCR), AGRA, LUCKNOW, MOHALI (PUNJAB), BHOPAL, PUNE & CHENNAI.

  • All the modules are industrially designed as per the requirements of Biotech sector.
  • You can choose one module for a week, so that you can gain maximum knowledge in minimum duration Example: If you have duration of 1 week for training, you can opt any one module and get hands-on individual exposure on that and if you are coming for 30 days (4 weeks), so you can opt any 4 modules of your choice.
  • A Training Certificate (approved) will be issued with grades after successful completion of training program.
  • The verification of the certificate will be provided for life. if you apply for further studies or job (India or Abroad) in an from the date of certificate issued.

Basic Technical Modules
Bioinformatics (Module 1)

Basic of Bioinformatics, the study of retrieve protein and nucleotide sequence from Entrez, Phylogentic analysis, PairWise Sequence Alignment BLAST/ FASTA, Multiple Sequence Alignment, the 3D structure through PDB database. (N,M, L,C,B)

Microbiology (Module 2)

Basic of Microbiology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, media preparation, Different Sterilization techniques, Solid media preparation, Liquid media preparation, Serial Dilution techniques, Isolation of bacteria from soil, Spreading and streaking technique for inoculation methods, Isolation of pure bacterial colonies, Gram staining, Isolation of fungus from soil, Lactophenol Cotton Blue (LPCB) staining, Methylene Blue Reductase Test in Milk. (N,M, L,P,C,B,H)

Molecular Techniques (Module 3)

Basic of Molecular Biology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Basic concept of Percentage, Basic concept of Molarity and Normality, different sterilization techniques, Preparation of different reagents, buffer, 6X loading dye, isolation of DNA from onion/banana, Isolation of bacterial genomic DNA, Isolation of DNA from Plant leaf, Qualitative analysis of DNA, Quantitative analysis of DNA, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis. (N,M, L,P,C,B,H)

Herbal drug formulation (Module 4)

Basics concepts of Herbal drugs, Safety of herbal medicine, Efficacy of herbal medicine, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Preparation of standardized extracts through maceration, Qualitative phytochemical analysis (saponin, tannin and flavonoid etc.) of herbal extracts, Media preparation and Antimicrobial susceptibility tests (AST) of plant extracts against pathogenic bacteria, Antifungal activity of plant extracts, Minimum Inhibitory Concentration test (MIC), Thin layer chromatography (TLC). (N, M, L, C,)

Food Technology (Module 5)

Basic of food technology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Preparation of Chemical and Reagents, Microbial contamination of health drinks, Quality analysis of different brands of milk, adulterant analysis in milk using specific biochemical tests, Quantification of carbohydrate, Quantification of protein through Spectroscopy, Thin Layer Chromatography. (N,M,P, L,C,)

Biochemistry (Module 6)

Basic of Biochemistry, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, isoelectric precipitation of casein from milk, Saponification of oil, acid value of different oils, Caffeine extraction from tea/coffee, Estimation of reducing sugar by Dinitro salicylic acid (DNS) method, Determination of the effect of pH on the activity of human salivary alpha-amylase, analysis of lactose by Mucic acid test. (N,M, L,P,C,B,H)

Enzymology (Module 7)

Introduction about enzymology, Job scenario in enzyme technology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, importance of industrial importance enzyme (amylase and protease), Isolation of beta-amylase from sweet potato/soybean, Activity assay of beta-amylase, analysis of catalase enzyme in microorganism, analysis of coagulase enzyme in bacteria, identification of urease enzyme in bacteria, Characterization of microbes at different pH, Characterization of microbes at different temperature. (N,M, L,P,C,H)

Environmental Science (Module 8)

Importance and Job scenario of Environmental Biology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Water quality test at different parameter, soil quality test at different parameter, pH, moisture content, Total suspended solid test, Free chlorine test, CFU/ ml counting, colony counter, Isolation of agricultural importance microbes, Identification of Coliform bacteria from different sources (Escherichia coli, Klebsiella etc.). (N, M, L, C, H)

According to the availability of modules

N Stands for NOIDA | M stands for MOHALI (PUNJAB) | L stands for LUCKNOW | P stands for PUNE | C stands for Chennai | B stands for Bhopal | H stands for Hyderabad

Registration fee- 1000/-(Excludes Program Fee)

BASIC TRAINING MODULE

Duration

Indian candidates

7 day
₹ 3,000 (Any one module)
15 day
₹ 4,000 (Any two module)
21 day
₹ 5,500 (Any three module)
30 day
₹ 7,000 (Any four module)
45 day
₹ 9,000 (Any six module)

ELIGIBILITY

  • All Life science students, Graduates or post graduates, pursuing or passed out students can apply.
  • PhD scholars, College faculties, working professionals can also apply

Note: GST additional as per applicable.

Note: Trainee may opt any above module on 1 week 1 module basis, as per interest.

* Centre has all the right to change modules, as per availability of resources..

Batch Timings: 10:00 A.M- 2:30 P.M (Morning) & 2:00 P.M - 6:30 P.M (Evening).
Batch starts from every Monday, enrolled students can join from any Monday.





Advance Technical Modules (Industry Oriented)
Bioinformatics (Module 1)

Introduction to Bioinfo, Market size & major companies in India, types of Jobs in bioinformatics sector, Introduction to bioinformatics and retrieve 3-D structure of protein, Study about protein’s motif and domains, Primer designing of nucleotide sequence, Quantitative characterization and Active site prediction of protein, To find metabolic pathway by metacyc and keg. To analyze the feature of the enzyme by intEnz, Insilico drug designing. (N,M, L,C,B,H)

Natural Product Research (Module 2)

Concept of herbal drugs, major companies & Job prospects in India, Industrial application of herbal drugs and research approach to herbal product, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, standard procedure for extract preparation, Qualitative assay of different phytochemicals (Protein, carbohydrates, saponins, flavonoids, tannins etc.), Quantitative estimation of phytochemicals through spectrophotometer, Standard Curve preparation and Data Interpretation, AST through Disc diffusion, Synergistic and antagonistic effect of herbal drug, Minimum Inhibition Concentration test (MIC), TLC and Column chromatography. (N, M, L, C, H)

Molecular Biology (Module 3)

Molecular Biology scope in India, General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Basic concept of percentage, Molarity and normality, Preparation of different reagents, TBE and TAE buffer preparation, 6X loading dye preparation, preparation of ETBR solution, DNA/RNA isolation from plants, Genomic DNA isolation from Hair/DNA isolation from Nail, DNA isolation from blood/DNA isolation from fish, Qualitative analysis of DNA/RNA, Quantitative analysis of DNA/RNA, PCR (DNA amplification) and its application, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Competent cell preparation, Restriction digestion and blue-white colony selection (T). (N,M, L,P,C,B,H)

Industrial Microbiology (Module 4)

Industrial microbiology application & major products, Major companies in India, Scope & job prospects, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Isolation of bacteria from Air/Isolation of bacteria from water/Isolation of bacteria from soil/Isolation of bacteria from industrial influence etc., Aseptic technique and transfer of microorganisms, Calculate the CFU/ml, Bacterial staining-Gram Staining, Endospore staining, Flagella staining, bacterial motility test, Biochemical test (Casein test/Starch hydrolysis test, Methyl Red Test, Catalase test etc.), Disc diffusion test of different antibiotics against isolated bacteria, Growth kinetics of microbes at different parameter. (N,M, L,P,C,B,H)

Medical and Clinical Microbiology (Module 5)

General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Preparation of specific media (EMB, MSA, Blood Agar), Isolation of pathogenic bacteria, Antimicrobial activity against isolated pathogenic bacteria, Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) against pathogenic bacteria, Minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC), Preparation blood smear (blood film) & staining, To perform capsule staining of bacteria to observe bacterial capsule. (N,M, L,P,C,B)

Enzyme Technology (Module 6)

Introduction to enzymology, Enzyme market size & major companies in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Production of commercially important enzyme by bacteria & use in various industries, screening of microbes producing extracellular hydrolytic enzymes (amylase/protease/lipase/tannase), Enzyme activity using titration, Characterization of enzyme at different parameter - Determining the optimum pH, Determining the optimum temperature, Determining the optimum carbon source and nitrogen source kinetic analysis, Purification of enzyme, Cell immobilization technique. (N,M, L,P,C,H)

Pharmaceutical Quality Control & Quality Assurance (Module 7)

General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Introduction to Pharma sector in India, Types of Drugs, Job prospects, GLP in Pharmaceuticals, Clean room concept, Tablet hardness test, Moisture determination from different tablets, Solution Appearance, Assay of Ascorbic acid tablets, flame test of different salts using flame photometer, Antibiotic test of particular drugs, assay of Paracetamol tablet, percentage purity of Paracetamol. (N,M, L,C,H)

Food Industries - Quality analysis and Control Skills (Module 8)

Food technology sector in India, Major companies & market size, Job prospects in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Moisture determination in Coffee and tea, determination of Ash value, determination water soluble ash, analysis of tannins in tea, Presence of synthetic caramel in chocolates and candies, determination of calcium and iron, analysis of acidity in different candies, analysis of non-reducing sugar, presence of fat and reducing sugar in different food products, adulteration in spices. (N,M, L,C)

Juice and Soft drinks - Quality analysis & control skill (Module 9)

Basic concepts of soft drink, Job prospects, major companies, industrial applications, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, analysis of pH and adulteration of sodium benzoate in soft drinks, analysis of citric and ascorbic acid in fresh juice sample using titration, titrable acidity in juices, Phytochemical analysis in different juice samples, quantitative estimation of proteins, quantitative estimation of carbohydrates by anthrone method. (N,M, L,C)

Dairy Technology- quality analysis and control skill (Module 10)

Introduction in dairy technology, job prospects in dairy industries, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, determination of fat in dahi, starch and total solid in dahi, determination of moisture, fat and salt in butter, casein content in milk, urea, sulphate, sugars, hydrogen peroxide, fat and starch in milk, analysis of moisture,ash insoluble HCl, solubility percentage in milk powder, determination of starch and sucrose in khoa, specific gravity test by lactometer /hydrometer. (N,M, L,C)

Probiotics Development (Module 11)

Introduction about probiotics and prebiotics, benefits of probiotic bacteria for human health, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Preparation of MRS media, Isolation of probiotics bacteria from curd/yogurt, Identification of Probiotic bacteria- Gram’s staining, Biochemical analysis (motility, carbohydrate, methyl red test etc), preparation of starter culture, preparation of probiotic fruit beverage, Physiochemical analysis of probiotics health drink. (N,M, L,C)

Fermentation Technology (Module 12)

Introduction about Fermentation, Future prospect in fermentation technology, General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Isolation of antibiotic-producing bacteria from soil sample, fermentation of bacteria in antibiotics production media, analysis of antibacterial properties of fermented media, Wine production from different fruit juice, Estimation of the reducing sugar by DNSA method, Estimation of ethanol by potassium dichromate method, Immobilization of fermentation bacteria/yeast cells, Submerged culture fermentation for production of amylase. (N,M, L,P,C,H)

Genomics & Proteomics (Module 13)

What is proteomics and genomics, application of proteomics and genomics, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation and reagent preparation, Qualitative analysis of protein from different sources and UV-Visible spectrophotometer for quantitative analysis, Extraction of protein from different sources, Vertical Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) of protein samples, Genomic DNA isolation from different samples with Gene-specific primers, PCR of isolated DNA and Horizontal Gel Electrophoresis (Agarose Gel Electrophoresis). (N,M, L,C,H)

Nano-Biotechnology (Module 14)

Introduction about Nano-Biotechnology and its application, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Preparation of different nanoparticles through chemical methods, Green synthesis of nanoparticles, Preparation of different nanoparticles through different biological methods, Characterization study of nanoparticles on the basis of different parameter, Comparison of Nanoparticles prepared from different biological and chemical method., Antimicrobial Susceptibility test of Nanoparticles. (N,M, L,C)

Agriculture and Environmental Science - Quality analysis and control skill (Module 15)

Introduction of environmental science, General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Basic concepts, techniques and calculations, Isolation of Rhizobium bacteria from root nodules, Identification and staining of isolated bacteria, pH analysis of different water samples, TDS analysis of different water samples, Total hardness test of different water samples, Alkalinity test of water, Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)/Chemical oxygen demand (COD), Free ammonia test. (N,M, L,C)

Plant Tissue Culture & Agro informatics (Module 16)

Introduction to PTC, Industrial application of PTC, Job prospects, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Surface sterilization of different tissues of plant (embryo, anther, seed, meristem, Shoot tip and explants), preparation of Murashige and Skoog Media, Callus culture, Anther culture, Organ culture, cutting of leaves ,seeds, anther and stem, Inoculation of explant, Embryo culture, Culturing, Sub-culturing, hardening, regeneration, qualitative analysis of plant secondary metabolites, Isolation of Agrobacterium tumefaciens, Identification of Agrobacterium tumefaciens. (N,M, L,C)

Immunlogical techniques (Module 17)

Basic of immunology, General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Hemoglobin Estimation, Bleeding time and clotting time, Separation of serum from blood and blood grouping analysis, To study a simple and large-scale separation method of IgG from immunized hen egg, To isolate the lymphocyte from whole blood by density gradient centrifugation method, To learn the technique of Radial immunodiffusion assay (RIA), ELISA. (N,M, L,C,B)

Cell Biology (Module 18)

Introduction to cell biology, Application of cell biology, Recent trends and future perspective in cell biology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Isolation of mitochondria from yeast, isolation of chloroplast from plant leaves, To stain lignin of the plant section and observe under the microscope, cell counting and cell viability using Haemocytometer, To understand the process and different stages of mitosis, To visualize different phases of mitosis, Buccal smear – Identification of Barr Body. (N,M, L,C)

Marine Biotechnology (Module 19)

Introduction to marine biotechnology, Scope of marine biotechnology, future perspective of marine biotechnology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, collection of algal sample, preparation of algal extract in different solvents, Physical test of algal extracts, Chemical test of algal extracts, Biological test of algal extracts, Qualitative analysis of algal extracts, Quantitative analysis of algal extracts, antimicrobial test of algal extracts against pathogenic bacteria, Minimum Inhibitory concentration of algal extracts, Microbial limit test of algal extracts and thin layer chromatography of algal extracts. (N,M, L,C)

Food Microbiology (Module 20)

Introduction about food microbiology, Good laboratory practices (GLP), basic instrument handling, concept of basic calculation, solution preparation, Isolation of probiotic bacteria from different food samples on specialized media, characterization of probiotics bacteria using different staining technique and motility analysis, Partial identification of isolates using different biochemical test, thermal death temperature analysis of the probiotic strain, Probiotic attribute analysis – Acid tolerance/NaCl tolerance/Bile tolerance, Antimicrobial activity of probiotics, identification of food poisoning bacteria on selective media. (N,M,L,C)

According to the availability of modules

N Stands for NOIDA | M stands for MOHALI (PUNJAB) | L stands for LUCKNOW | P stands for PUNE | C stands for Chennai | B stands for Bhopal | H stands for Hyderabad

*(T) stands for theory

Registration fee- 1000/-(Excludes Program Fees)

ADVANCE TRAINING MODULE

Duration

Indian candidates

7 day
₹ 4,000 (Any one module)
15 day
₹ 5,000 (Any two module)
21 day
₹ 7,500 (Any three module)
30 day
₹ 10,000 (Any four module)
45 day
₹ 15,000 (Any six module)

ELIGIBILITY

  • All Life science students, Graduates or post graduates, pursuing or passed out students can apply.
  • PhD scholars, College faculties, working professionals can also apply

Note: GST additional as per applicable.

Trainee may opt any above module on 1 week 1 module basis, as per interest.

*Centre has all the right to change modules, as per availability. 

Batch Timings: 10:00 A.M- 2:30 P.M (Morning) & 2:00 P.M - 6:30 P.M (Evening)
Batch starts from every Monday, enrolled students can join from any Monday.




Industrial Technical Module
Proteomics & Genomics (Module 1)

Proteomics- Introduction of proteomics, future prospects, Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Reagent preparation, separation of amino acids by Thin Layer Chromatography, qualitative analysis of protein from different samples (pulses, plant sample, food samples etc.), quantitative analysis of protein from different samples (pulses, plant sample, food samples etc.) with the help of spectrophotometer, standard graph preparation and data interpretation, extraction of protein from different pulses, extraction of protein from different plant samples, extraction of protein from different food samples, analysis of protein in SDS-PAGE, Dialysis, western blotting, purification of protein by chromatography (T).


Genomics:- Introduction of genomics, future prospects, Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Reagent preparation, Isolation of DNA from plant sources, Isolation of DNA bacterial sources, isolation of DNA from human samples, Quantification of DNA with spectrophotometer, Agarose gel electrophoresis of isolated DNA, Fundamentals of PCR techniques and its scope, Hot-start PCR, Nested PCR, Multiplex PCR, RT-PCR, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis of PCR product, Gel documentation, data analysis and interpretation, competent cell preparation, restriction and digestion of plasmid, Ligation, Blue-White colony selection, rDNA Transformation and its screening. (N,M, L,P,C,H)

Food Technology and Probiotic Development (Module 2)

Food technology sector in India, Major companies & market size, Job prospects in India, Introduction about probiotics and prebiotics, benefits of probiotic bacteria for human health, Good laboratory practices (GLP), Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Isolation of probiotics bacteria from yakult, Isolation of probiotics bacteria from yogurt, Isolation of probiotics bacteria from curd, Identification of bacteria by Gram staining method and Biochemical analysis: MR-VP test, Urease test, Citrate test, Catalase test etc, Characterization at different parameter: Carbohydrate, Nitrogen source, pH. Preparation of probiotic health drink from different fruit juices.


Dairy Industry:- Preparation of Milk sample, Quality analysis of different milk samples, Detection of Adulterants in Milk (Cellulose, Urea, Formaline, Water Sodium Chloride, sulphates etc)Preparation of Cream sample, Determination of Fat in Cream, Detection of Presence of Thickeners in Cream, Preparation of Curd Sample, Determination of Total Solids in curd, Preparation of Channa/Paneer Sample, Determination of Moisture in Channa/Paneer, Preparation of Ice Cream Sample, Determination of Protein in Ice Cream, Preparation of Sample of Khoa, Determination of Starch in Milk, Detection of Sucrose in Khoa.


Bakery Industry:- Preparation of Flour sample, Determination of Moisture, Determination of Total Ash, Determination of ash insoluble in dil HCl, Determination of Gluten, Determination of alcoholic acidity, Microscopic structure of Cereal Starches such as Wheat starch, Rice Starch, Arrowroot starch, Tapioca Starch, Preparation of Biscuits sample, Determination of moisture, Determination of acidity in extracted fat.


Beverage Industry:- Preparation of Beer sample, Distillation method ( for products containing high volatile acids), Determination of residue on evaporation, Determination of volatile acidity, Preparation of sample of Brandy, Determination of Total acidity, Determination of Esters, Determination of Tannins.


Confectionary Industry:- Microbiological analysis (Coliform count, Yeast, E. coli, S. aureus, Shigella spp, Clostridium botwlinum) in fruit pulps, Determination of moisture in soup powders, Determination of TSS, Titrable acidity in pulps/purees/Ketchup. (N,M, L,P,C)


Beverage Industry:- Preparation of Beer sample, Distillation method ( for products containing high volatile acids), Determination of residue on evaporation, Determination of volatile acidity, Preparation of sample of Brandy, Determination of Total acidity, Determination of Esters, Determination of Tannins.

Biopharmaceutical and Fermentation Technology (Module 3)

Introduction to Biopharmaceutical, Concept of herbal drugs, Industrial application of herbal drugs and research approach to herbal product, Introduction to fermentation technology, Exposure to fermentation design and fermenter components, Major companies & Job prospects in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Plant Sample collection, Standardized Extract preparation by Maceration, Qualitative assay of different phytochemicals (Protein, carbohydrates, saponins, flavonoids, alkaloids, tannins, cardiac glycosides etc.), Quantitative assay of different phytochemicals through spectrophotometrically, Standard Curve and Data Interpretation, Standardized Extract preparation by Soxhlet apparatus, Evaporation of filtrate, Antimicrobial susceptibility test: Antibacterial susceptibility test by Disc diffusion method, Antibacterial susceptibility test by Well diffusion method, Antifungal susceptibility test by Disc diffusion method, Antifungal susceptibility test by Well diffusion method, Minimum Inhibition Concentration test (MIC), Minimum Bactericidal Concentration test (MBC) , Synergistic and antagonistic effect of herbal drug.Thin Layer Chromatography of different plant extracts, Column chromatography of different plant products.


Upstream process:- Inoculum Development, Media for Industrial Fermentation: Synthetic Media, semisynthetic Media, Complex Media, Media Components - Carbon, Nitrogen, Elements, Growth Factors, Inhibitors, Medium Formulation- Designing Media for specific Function, Media Sterilizations.


Fermentation process:- A brief exposure to Fermentation design & Fermenter components, Preparing Fermenter for Operation, Fermentation operation: Batch fermentation, The Batch culture Growth Curve, Fed Batch Fermentation, Control Techniques for Fed-batch control, Continuous Fermentation, Control Techniques for Continuous Culture, Fermentation Economics (T), a brief insight into Fermentation Kinetics (T).


Specific fermentation:- Antibiotic production, Organic acid production, Ethanol production, Screening of protease producers, Screening of cellulose producers, Screening of α-amylase producers and Antimicrobial activity of fermented products.


Downstream process :- Product recovery, Purification, formulation and effluent treatment (T). (N,M, L,P,C,H)

Molecular Diagnostics (Module 4)

Introduction to Molecular Diagnostic, Standardization of tests and Quality control in molecular diagnostics, Molecular diagnostic application and major products, Market size and jobs in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Preparation of buffers and solutions,Ggenomic disease (HIV Diagnostic Assays, Hepatitis B Virus test, Hepatitis C Virus test, Human Papillomavirus, Malaria, Tuberculosis, down syndrome,sickle cell disease, Silver-Russell syndrome etc), Disease diagnosis by PCR methods , Disease diagnosis by Gene sequencing methods(T), Blood sample collection from normal and infected person, Urine sample collection from normal and infected person, Sputum sample collection from normal and infected person, Isolation of DNA from blood of normal and infected person, Isolation of DNA from urine of normal and infected person, Isolation of DNA from sputum of normal and infected person, Qualitative study of isolated DNA, Quantitative study of isolated DNA, PCR method: Primer design, Melting and annealing temperature calculations, Amplification of exons of a specific gene from genomic DNA (depends upon disease), Agarose Gel Electrophoresis of PCR product, detection of PCR product, Gel documentation, data analysis and interpretation, DNA sequencing and demonstration of advanced techniques including Next Generation Sequencing Technologies (T). (N,M, L,C,B,H)

Recombinant DNA Technology and Genetic Engineering (Module 5)

Introduction to Recombinant DNA Technology, Introduction to Genetic Engineering, Scope of Recombinant DNA Technology and Genetic Engineering, Market size and Job prospects in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Reagent preparation, Isolation of DNA from blood, bacteria, Oral cavity, Isolation of RNA from blood, bacteria, Oral cavity and, Qualitative analysis of DNA, Quantitative analysis of DNA, Qualitative analysis of RNA, Quantitative analysis of RNA, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Agarose Gel electrophoresis, Qualitative analysis of Protein, Quantitative analysis of Protein, Analysis of protein purification by SDS-PAGE.


Microbial Genetic Engineering:- Plasmid DNA isolation, Competent cell Preparation, Restriction Digestion, Ligation, Transformation by Heat Shock Method, LB broth preparations and sterilization, Identification of Recombinants – Insertional inactivation method and Blue White Screening, Blotting Techniques- Southern Blotting and Northern Blotting (T).


Food Genetic Engineering:-Isolation of DNA from Genetically modified crop (GMC) and non-Genetically modified crop, Qualitative analysis of Genetically modified crop (GMC) and non-Genetically modified crop, Quantitative analysis of Genetically modified crop (GMC) and non-Genetically modified crop, Isolation of protein from Genetically modified crop (GMC) and non-Genetically modified crop. (N,M, L,P,C,H)

Immunotechnology and Clinical pathology (Module 6)

Introduction about Immunotechnology, Role of immunotechnology in disease diagnosis, Industrial application of Immunotechnology and clinical pathology, Major companies & Job prospects in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations, Reagent preparation, Separation of Plasma from blood, Separation of Serum from Blood, Microscopy study of blood cell, Identification of blood cell, Blood cell count using haemocytometer, Blood Group analysis, Blood Examination for Rh factor, Haemoglobin count, Agglutination Reaction-Direct agglutination reaction, tube agglutination reaction and slide agglutination reaction, Indirect agglutination reaction. Precipitation Reaction- Single Radial immune Diffusion, Immunoelectrophoresis, Rocket Immunoelectrophoresis, Antigen antibody Immobilization, Dot blot, Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA), DOT ELISA, Antigen Capture ELISA, Antibody Capture ELISA, Sandwich ELISA, Western Blot analysis, Pathology test: Widai Test, Rapid plasma regain test – RPR test (VDRL test), Cholestrol estimation from serum, Total protein estimation, Glucose level test of blood, Albumin level test of blood, Uric acid test of blood, Amylase test for serum and Alkaline phosphatase test. (N,M, L,C,B,H)

Forensic Science and DNA fingerprinting (Module 7)

Introduction to Forensic Science, Forensic Biotechnology, Forensic Genetics, Forensic Agriculture, DNA fingerprinting / DNA Profiling / DNA Testing, History of DNA fingerprinting; Ethics, Rules and Procedures, Scope of Forensic science and DNA fingerprinting in India, Major companies and Market size, Job prospects in India, Good laboratory practices (GLP), Standard operating procedure (SOP), Principle and Handling of laboratory equipments, Basic chemical calculations.


Human DNA fingerprinting:- Genomic DNA isolation from human blood, Genomic DNA isolation from Hair, Genomic DNA isolation from saliva, Genomic DNA isolation from Nail, Qualitative analysis of isolated Genomic DNA, Quantitative analysis of isolated Genomic DNA, PCR amplification of DNA using random primers for RAPD marker, PCR amplification of DNA using random primers for SSR marker, Agarose gel electrophoresis of PCR products, Gel scoring and data analysis, RFLP Method: Genomic DNA isolation, Restriction digestion, Agarose gel electrophoresis, Southern blotting, Probe hybridization(T).


Plant DNA fingerprinting:- Isolation of DNA from plant species, Quantification and quality assessment of isolated DNA using UV-VIS spectrophotometry, PCR amplification of DNA using random primers for RAPD marker, PCR amplification of DNA using random primers for SSR marker, Agarose gel electrophoresis of PCR products, Gel scoring and data analysis, AFLP Method: DNA isolation, Restriction digestion, Ligation, Pre-amplification, Agarose gel electrophoresis. (N,M, L,C,H)

Instrumentation Techniques (Module 8)

General and safety rules for working in Lab, Demonstration of all instruments, Good laboratory practices, Aim, principle, SOP and Calibration of micropipette, reverse and forward pipetting; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of autoclave; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of of pH meter; Aim, principle and Calibration of lactometer; Aim, principle, SOP and application of soxhlet apparatus, Aim, principle, SOP and application of clevenger apparatus; Aim, principle, SOP and application of TDS meter, Aim, principle, SOP and application of viscometer; Aim, principle, SOP and application of vortex mixer; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of LAF; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of centrifuge; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of UV-VIS Spectrophotometer; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of UV-VIS Spectrophotometer; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of Agarose gel electrophoresis; Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of SDS-PAGE; Aim, principle, SOP and application of colony counter, Aim, principle, SOP and application of microscope; Aim, principle, SOP and application of PCR, Aim, principle, SOP, Calibration and application of Flame photometer; Aim, principle, SOP and application of TLC, Column chromatography and HPLC; Aim, principle, SOP and application of ELISA; Aim, principle, SOP and application of RIA etc. (N,M, L,C)

Stem Cell and Animal Cell Culture

Introduction to stem cell and animal cell culture line. Application of stem cell biology, Recent trends and future perspective in stem cell biology, Collection of blood sample, Preparation of blood sample, Preparation of Stem cell culture medium, Preparation of PBS buffer and antibiotic stock solution, Isolation of stem cell from peripheral blood, Sub culturing of the Stem cell culture and passaging of the stem cell culture, Staining of the cultured cell and observe under the microscope, cell counting and cell viability using Haemocytometer, Differentiation and characterization of Pluripotency and multipotency of Human peripheral blood stem cell. ( Exclusively for Mohali)


Mushroom cultivation:- Introduction to mushroom cultivation, Application of mushroom cultivation, Recent trends and future perspective in mushroom cultivation, preparation of stock pure culture, Substrate preparation of mushroom, Soaking, Pasteurization, Media preparation, spawning and spawn production cropping and harvesting Qualitative and Quantitative analysis of cultivated mushroom, Analysis of physiological parameter of cultivated mushroom-Moisture determination, total ash ,total lipid, total lipid, total protein ,total carbohydrate content. (Exclusively for Mohali)

According to the availability of modules

N Stands for NOIDA | M stands for MOHALI (PUNJAB) | L stands for LUCKNOW | P stands for PUNE | C stands for Chennai | B stands for Bhopal | H stands for Hyderabad

*(T)stands for theory

Registration fee- 1000/- (Excludes Program Fees)

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING MODULE

Duration

Indian candidates

1 month
₹ 15,000

ELIGIBILITY

  • All Life science students, Graduates or post graduates, pursuing or passed out students can apply.
  • PhD scholars, College faculties, working professionals can also apply.

Note: GST additional as per applicable.

Batch Timings: 10:00 A.M- 2:30 P.M (Morning) & 2:00 P.M - 6:30 P.M (Evening).

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Bank Name: State Bank of India, Sector-11 Noida
Name of the Account: Rapture Biotech
Account Number: 32990283946
IFSC CODE: SBIN0012985


Accommodation Facilities

Rapture Biotech is located at: Noida (Delhi - NCR) {Head Office}      |      Agra |       Bhopal      |     Pune     |      Chennai |      Lucknow     |       Chandigarh |     Hyderabad

  • High Speed Internet facility
  • Wi-fi Campus.
  • Students coming from places throughout the country will reside in nearby hostels and paying guests accommodation facilities that is easier, comfortable and safer for the students especially girl students.

For any query call our helpline numbers:

For any detail regarding training & complete course modules mail us: info@rapturebio.com
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