Training programmes

India is having a competitive population with an increasing number of working age people. It was projected that, by 2025 the world will be facing the shortage of skilled manpower and India would be the global reservoir of skilled manpower. This has created an alarming demand to improve the current learners to improve them with industry relevant skills related to various important and challenging areas through which they could fulfil the growing working manpower demand globally. A greater volume of candidates who finish college every year, fail to find a job in his field of interest due to the lack of effective skills. More than 43% of Indian employers find it difficult to fill the job vacancies due to poor or nil skills among the pass out applicants. In this scenario, the requirement of hands-on skill development training is high in all the sectors including the bio sciences. In this contest, BioLim is providing hands-on skill development training programmes and is thriving with a mission of producing thousands of skilled manpower in the bioscience sectors by the year 2025.

Salient features

  • Our training covers basic techniques, applied techniques, instrument handling etc.
  • Our training programmes develop the candidates with effective practical skills in the respective module.
  • Each of our training programmes focuses on different experiments in the domain of interest.
  • The programme contains a blend of 30% theory and 70% practical exposure.
  • Our training programmes improve the vision of applying the learned skills.
  • Our training programmes are designed in a way to support the needs of different classes and levels of participants.
  • Our training programmes provide scope for academic practical skill improvement and to develop skills for higher research and innovative thinking.
  • Important note

    The typical duration of our programme is 5 days. All the programmes in this category will be having limited seats and hence prior registration is strictly required.

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