Shivaji Nagar, Morshi Road, Amravati - 444603 India
NAAC Accredited by Grade A+ with CGPA 3.42 (4th Cycle)
UGC awarded status of College with Potential for Excellence (2nd Phase)
Included in NIRF (Ranking 2022) Rank Band 151 - 200
ISO 9001:2015 Certified College
Identified by DST, Govt. of India for FIST and Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University as Lead College
Department of Botany, Environmental Science and Central Instrumentation Cell, Shri Shivaji Science College, Amravati, in association with Cerebro Scientific, Navi Mumbai has organized ‘Four Day’s Hands on Workshop on Genome and Plasmid Isolation, PCR, RFLP AND PRIMER DESIGNING’. The prime objective behind organizing this workshop was to train upcoming Post Graduate Students and researchers in Modern Tools of Molecular Biology, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics. The workshop involved hands on training on Genome and Plasmid Isolation, PCR, RFLP and Primer Designing.
This workshop had a target group of B. Sc. III and Post Graduate Students of Life Sciences. The course content of this workshop was delivered with hands on opportunity to every participant. Personal working with the modern expensive instrumentation was great learning experience for all the students.
The workshop was inaugurated under the chairmanship of Hon’ble Dr. V. G. Thakare, Principal, Shri Shivaji Science College, Amravati at the hands of Hon’ble Dr. N. J. Chikhale, Principal, Shri Shivaji Agriculture College, Amravati. Workshop Co-conveners Dr. S. P. Ingole, HoD Environmental Science and Prof. B. K. Dorkar, HoD Botany with Dr. D. D. Khedkar, Workshop Organizing Secretary and Dr. Mandar Karkhanis, Director, Cerebro Scientific, Navi Mumbai were present on the dias.
Overall 50 students participated from Rashtra Sant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Gondwana University and Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University. Participants from 15 college attended the workshop.
Hands on sessions along with the theoretical information sessions were conducted for all the four days with rigorous schedule from morning 9.00 am to 6.00 pm. Participants isolated DNA from their very own biological material i.e. buccal cavity mouthwash and plasmid from E.coli bacteria. Isolated DNA was amplified by PCR and analysed further for RFLP. Primer designing session was also conducted at facility available at computer department. Participation certificates were issued to all the participants after successful competition of the workshop.
Inaugural Session at the Hands of Hon'ble Vice Chancellor