BTIS NETWORK IN INDIA PDF

The computer communication network, linking all the bioinformatics centres, is playing a vital role in the success of the bioinformatics programme. With an excellent cooperation received from various agencies of the Government of India, in particular, the National Informatics Centre NIC , who provided the communication support, initially for E-mail and subsequently for full Internet access as well as some value added services, made it possible for the network to assume the role of a closed user group representing a scientific grid in various inter-disciplinary subjects of biotechnology encompassing, agriculture, health, and environment, besides other related subjects of scientific importance. The contributions made by the scientists and academicians at the University departments of the UGC, and national laboratories and institutions of the CSIR and ICAR, in which our bioinformatics centres are located, have resulted in excellent capacity building for use of a variety of information resources on the Internet. With these resources now available on the BTISnet, it has now become a single largest information resource for all references to biotechnology related literature, scientific data, patent information, policy matters and related issues.

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Recognizing the importance of information technology for pursuing advanced research in modern biology and biotechnology, a bioinformatics programme, envisaged as a distributed database and network organisation, was launched during The programme has become a very successful vehicle for transfer and exchange of information, scientific knowledge, technology packages, and references in the country involving thousand scientific personnel.

At present, under this programme Bioinformatics Centres were established in various Universities and Research Institutions spread across the country.

The entire network has emerged as a very sophisticated scientific infrastructure for bioinformatics involving state-of-the-art computational and communication facilities. The computer communication network, linking all the bioinformatics centres, is playing a vital role in the success of the bioinformatics programme.

Research Projects online submission. Super Computing Facilty. Contact us Site map Archive. Human Resource Development.

Tech, Advanced P. G Diploma and Ph. Courses in Bioinformatics. Advanced P. In addition, all centres are offering short term training courses. Over such training courses have been conducting in every year. Bioinformatics National Certification Examination BINC is conducting since to certify professionals in the area of Bioinformatics and providing fellowships for the qualified candidates to pursue in research.

Over hundred research projects have been supported. Of these fifty of them are ongoing projects. The proposals can be submitted online. To review the BTISNET activities and formulating viable strategy to reach the facilities to the beneficiaries Coordinators meeting is organising every year. Call for.

N I C-mail. DBT-Main Website. Right to Information. Database and Tools. Access to more than databases and software tools on various aspects of biology and biotechnology developed by BTISnet Centers.

Provides links to open access popular databases and tools. The facility can be accessed by researchers in all over the country More Interactive Graphics. Established in six CoEs for interactive graphics based molecular modelling and other biocomputational needs. Access to researchers all over India. North-Eastern Bioinformatics Network. Contact us.

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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Rama- primarily due to the extensive infrastructure and net- chandran resulted in the initial tilt of bioinformatics work that was initiated way back in s by S. The integration of informatics and biology, the seeds were advent of mega sequencing and the large-scale import sown by the linkage set up by the National Informatics of genomics and proteomics technologies resulted in Centre NIC led by N.

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Bioinformatics Education in India

Recognizing the importance of information technology for pursuing advanced research in modern biology and biotechnology, a bioinformatics programme, envisaged as a distributed database and network organisation, was launched during The programme has become a very successful vehicle for transfer and exchange of information, scientific knowledge, technology packages, and references in the country involving thousand scientific personnel. At present, under this programme Bioinformatics Centres were established in various Universities and Research Institutions spread across the country. The entire network has emerged as a very sophisticated scientific infrastructure for bioinformatics involving state-of-the-art computational and communication facilities. The computer communication network, linking all the bioinformatics centres, is playing a vital role in the success of the bioinformatics programme.

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An account of bioinformatics education in India is presented along with future prospects. Establishment of BTIS network by Department of Biotechnology DBT , Government of India in the s had been a systematic effort in the development of bioinformatics infrastructure in India to provide services to scientific community. Advances in the field of bioinformatics underpinned the need for well-trained professionals with skills in information technology and biotechnology. As a result, programmes for capacity building in terms of human resource development were initiated. A case study of the Master's degree course offered at the Bioinformatics Centre, University of Pune is discussed.

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