Week-long bioinformatics workshop concludes at Chaiduar College
In an endeavour to foster expertise in bioinformatics and biostatistics among undergraduate and postgraduate students of Zoology
GOHPUR: In an endeavour to foster expertise in bioinformatics and biostatistics among undergraduate and postgraduate students of Zoology, the DBT NER Advanced Level Institutional Biotech Hub Chaiduar College, in collaboration with the Zoology Department of Chaiduar College, successfully completed a week-long workshop funded by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India.
More than 50 enthusiastic participants from institutions like Madhabdev University, North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Biswanath College, PDUAM Behali, and Chaiduar College, attended the programme upto the concluding day. The inauguration of this event took place in Chaiduar College Conference Hall on September 25 with a warm welcome address by Dr Kishore Sing Rajput, Principal of Chaiduar College, Gohpur. Dr AK Ozah, former principal of this college, inaugurated the workshop.
Chaiduar College marked the grand culmination of its week-long Bioinformatics and Biostatistics workshop with a memorable valedictory function on September 30. The valedictory function commenced with a technical session conducted by renowned expert Dr. Freeman Boro, Assistant Professor, Behali Degree College, who delved into the fundamental concepts of biostatistics, enlightening the attendees with his extensive knowledge and expertise.
As a testament to their learning, participants also engaged in a rigorous online multiple-choice question exam, testing their grasp of the intricate subject matter. Following this, feedback was diligently collected to ensure the workshop’s continuous improvement in the future. One of the highlights of the event was the distribution of participation certificates, acknowledging the hard work and dedication of the attendees. Dr Mohini Mohan Borah expressed heartfelt appreciation for the participants and also extended gratitude to the resource persons involved. He also acknowledged Dr Raju Ojah, the principal investigator of the ongoing DBT Project, for his invaluable contribution, along with the other members of the project team, Ranjit Kakati and Aziz Hussain.
The principal of Chaiduar College, appreciating the collaborative efforts, commended the participants for their enthusiasm and the faculty for their dedication. The valedictory function served as a fitting finale to a week of intense learning, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing, leaving the participants inspired and enlightened, ready to apply their newfound knowledge in the field of bioinformatics and biostatistics, stated a press release.
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