NIN Admission 2015

National Institute of Nutrition,
Indian Council of Medical Research,
Jamia-Osmania PO, Hyderabad-500007,
Telanganna.
Tel / Fax : 040-27018234,
E-mail : petninhyd@yahoo.com,
Website : www.ninindia.org.

The National Institute of Nutrition offers a Post-Graduate Certificate Course in Nutrition from 6th January, 2016 to 18th March, 2016.

The course is of an advanced nature, and includes lectures, group discussions, demonstrations and field visits.

NIN PGCC 2015 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates possessing M.B.,B.S, or Master’s Degree in Science ( M.Sc. ) in Biochemistry / Physiology / Foods & Nutrition / Dietetics are eligible for admission.

Age limit : Below 50 years.

Selection of candidates : The Director of the Institute will be the final authority in selecting the candidates and no correspondence will be entertained from the candidates who are not selected.

Preference will be given to candidates with First Class and 1-2 years experience in the relevant fields.

In-Service Candidates

No TA / DA will be paid to the candidates;

Private / Non-Sponsored Candidates

No stipend and travel expenses will be paid.

Tuition Fee : Rupee 10, 000/- ( Lump sum ) has to be paid by the candidate ( for Indian Nationals ).

Tuition Fee : US $ 1200.00 ( Foreign Nationals )

Accommodation :

The participants in the course will be accommodated in a well-furnished hostel on the campus of the National Institute of Nutrition on payment of necessary charges.

The charges for lodging will be around Rupee 50/- per head per day ( for Indian Nationals ) and for foreign nationals, Rupee 200/- per head per day.

NIN 2015 Application Form :

  • NIN 2015 prescribed Application forms along with prospectus can be obtained either from the following address :
    Head,
    Publication,
    Extension and Training Division,
    National Institute of Nutrition,
    Jamai-Osmania PO,
    Hyderabad-500007.
  • NIN Application also downloaded from the website www.ninindia.org, the filled-in form should reach NIN before 4th December, 2015.

NIN 2015 Important Date :

Last Date for submission of NIN 2015 Application Form : 4th December, 2015

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Genetic Research Lab at National Institute of Nutrition soon

A state-of-the-art laboratory to take up genetic research on animal models, especially mice and guinea pigs, is coming up at National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) in Hyderabad.

The new facility will be exclusively dedicated to university students and independent researchers offering hi – tech equipment to take up research on transgenic and knockout animal models.

Head of National Centre for Laboratory Animal Sciences (NCLAS) Dr. N. V. Giridharan on 24th April, 2011, said that the facility will be ready between 6 months to 1 year.

The facility will be a boon for students, who usually do not have access to such a hi – tech facility.

“There are institutions like CCMB that have similar laboratories meant for genetic research. But those labs are dedicated to senior scientists and researchers from foreign countries.

We will provide access to this hi – tech facility at affordable rates for students,” Dr. Giridharan told media persons on 24th April, 2011.

The new facility, which is under construction at NIN at a cost of Rupee 3 crore, will be available to students at affordable rates.

Imported Equipment

The sophisticated equipment, known as micromanipulators, in the laboratory is being imported.

“In transgenics, a foreign gene, most of the time a human gene, is inserted into the mice genome. This helps to study the characteristics of the inserted gene.

NCLAS already has lot of experience in breeding best animal models and this facility will help nurture young talented scientists,” Dr. Giridharan said.

The facility will also help students to research on knockout mice, which are genetically modified mice in which functionality of certain genes is ‘turned – off’ to study the role of that specific gene.

By making a gene inactive, researchers would be able to observe the differences from normal behaviour and gather the functions of the gene, he said.

“The Government of India is supporting us fully by funding the facility. We will only provide the facilities while the research will be done by young scientists,” Dr. Giridharan added.

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