DBT-Biotech Industrial Training Programme 2017-2018


BCIL – BITP Biotech Industrial Training Programme – Application Procedure, Eligibility,Stipend


BITP -Biotech Industrial Training Programme Notification for 2017-18 is out now and here are the details you need to know:

What is BCIL ?

BCIL – Biotech Consortium India Limited is a public limited company, promoted by the Department of Biotechnology , Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.

The Board of Directors of BCIL consists of senior representatives of DBT ,CSIR & ICAR.

What is BITP -Biotech Industrial Training Programme  ?

BITP is a scheme of practical industrial training for Biotechnology students on behalf of Department of Biotechnology.

BITP is being implemented since 1993-94.

BITP -Biotech Industrial Training Programme

Objective of BITP ?

The objective of this progamme is to provide industry-specific training to the students of the Country for skill development and to enhance their job opportunities in biotech industry.

This training programme doesn’t just provide an opportunity to Biotech students for training but also helps Biotech Industry in selecting the suitable manpower.

Training Period / Duration of BITP ?

BITP training period is for 6 Months.

Stipend during BITP ?

During the training period of 6 months, the student will be paid Rs 10,000 Per Month.

Notification & Application Procedure –

Eligibility – B.E / B.Tech / M.Sc / M.Tech / M.VSc/ MBA

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Selection Criteria – Selection would be made based up on Online Test followed by Interview.

Last Date to Apply – July 31st

Online Tests for BITP will be conducted at various centers across India.

If you have any Queries related to related to BCIL Biotech Industrial Training Programme (BITP) email to bitp.dbt@nic.in

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