Skill Development Training Program on Sophisticated Research Tools Equipment and Technologies

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Scope Of Training

One of the main goals of  I-STEM is the development – over time – of indigenous capability to design, develop, and build R&D tools in the country, together with the complementary capacity for maintaining and rebuilding of sophisticated R&D tools (usually imported) to begin with.

One way to accomplish this, proposed herein, is through the regional representatives at various colleges and institutions by I-STEM, where outdated equipment (written off by Custodian Institutions, as the I-STEM portal helps them maintain an up-to-date inventory) would be used to train youngsters to open up, strip, repair, and/or retrieve useful spare parts.

Such an initiative provides training to, say, 3-year diploma holders and graduates of the ITIs, who will then become employable, furthering Atma Nirbhar. In particular, the initiative can generate an indigenous cadre for maintaining complex apparatus/equipment, reducing maintenance costs as well as ensuring prompt servicing so that tools downtime is kept to a minimum.

The training can also be provided by academic institutions, such as the many engineering colleges in the country, through periodic Technical Training Workshops advertised through the I-STEM portal. They may also be offered by polytechnic institutes and ITIs, as well as by the many NTTFs across the country.

It is proposed to encourage the involvement of industry, especially MSMEs and start-ups, in this effort, as they benefit from availability of technically trained personnel Conduct Training Program.

Brief about Training

The Training is meant to be conducted on sophisticated equipment existing across the country like SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope), TEM (Transmission Electron Microscope), AFM (Atomic Force Microscope), BET (Brunauer-Emmett-Teller) Analyser, AAS (Atomic Absorption Spectrometer), NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) Spectroscope, ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer), ICP-OES (Inductively Coupled Plasma - Optical Emission Spectrometer), Ultraviolet-Visible (UV/Vis) Spectrometer, FTIR, Raman Spectro-photometer, X-Ray Spectrometer, on Techniques and Skills like Microlithography, Creating and Monitoring Bioreactors, Chemical/Biotechnology/Clean Room/Micro-Nano Fabrication Lab maintenance etc. 


Unemployed but having degree in ITI/Polytechnic/Science/Technical Graduates/BSc/MSc/B Tech

Interested applicants may enrol themselves for such training mentioning the name of the tools/programs in their statement of purpose.

If the request from various labs is received, the enrolled applicants nearby to the host institutions may be called for such training.


 The attendees of such training will be listed on the I-STEM portal with their CV and expertises and exposed to all the registered institutions/organisations so that those institutions/national labs may further engage them on the need basis.

Also the trainee may open their own consultancy to serve the laboratories based on need basis like doctors practice in various hospitals on hourly basis.

Salient Features: 

  • No Training Fee
  • Experts from R&D Organisations and Academia
  • I-STEM Certification of 'Certified Tool Engineer/Operator'
  • Complete Training from Theoretical aspects to sample preparation, DATA ANALYSIS, TECHNICAL ASPECTS to Hands-on, on Advanced Research Tools
  • VENUE: Indian Institutions/ R&D Laboratories

Course Details

  • Type Skilldevelopmenttraining
  • LastDate to Register 01-06-2022
  • Mobile 7080533824
  • Training Equipments

Venue Phase Offline
Venue Details Indian Institutions and Registered R&D Organizations (School/University)
Venue Address Indian Institutions and Registered R&D Organizations' Laboratories in India, Bengaluru, Karnataka,560012
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