Get Industrial Training and Certified!

Register for a hands-on training and certification program from FICCI Research and Analysis Centre! Get industrial training from Microbiology, Instruments and Chemical laboratories!


Summers have begun and soon it would be time for your summer breaks from the college! So what have you planned for the vacations? Nice time at some hill station? Or looking out for a skill enhancement training and certification to build a career in testing laboratory?

FICCI Research and Analysis Centre welcomes all students pursuing their bachelors / post graduation for a training-cum-certification summer program!

As part of the summer training program, you will be inducted into our chemical, instrument and microbiology facilities for a period of 1 month or 45 days depending on the program you choose with respective curriculum for each facility. Both training programs focus majorly on providing you a rich hands-on industrial training experience covering popular and important content that is highly relevant to this industry and essential for the trainees to know. The training programs are fully assessed through weekly assignments and a test, on the basis of which a graded certificate of training is awarded.

Important Dates:

Registration for May, June and July 2016 sessions start March 15, 2016. You may drop an email regarding any query at info@fraclabs.org and/or call/whatsapp on 7042492163.

Training Program Dates:

S. No. Program Starting and Ending Dates
1 a. May 1 month May 2 to May 31, 2016
b. May 45 days May 2 to June 15, 2016
2 a. June 1 month June 1 to June 30, 2016
b. June 45 days June 1 to July 15, 2016
3 a. July 1 month July 1 to July 29, 2016
b. July 45 days July 1 to August 16, 2016

Training Sessions:

Morning session from 10 am to 1 pm and Afternoon session from 2 pm to 5 pm are offered. Sessions are offered on first come first serve basis. As we have limited seats, in case you are interested in the morning session, we advise you to fulfill your formalities at the earliest.

Training Requirements (Documents):

  • A college recommendation letter. For a group of trainees from the same college, a common college recommendation letter is acceptable.
  • College ID proof
  • Address Proof
  • 2 passport sized photos
  • Resume (CV)
  • Program fee: Rs. 5700 for the one month program and Rs. 7700 for the 45 day program. These prices are all inclusive and can be paid in cash by you or your relative at the reception or by cheque or DD in favor of “FICCI RESEARCH & ANALYSIS CENTRE.” A special concession can be offered if a group of at least 5 trainees are arranged from the same college. Kindly call me on 7042492163 to discuss if this is the case.

NOTE:

  1. Your seat is only confirmed upon full payment of fees. A confirmation mail shall be sent.
  2. In case you cannot come to submit the documents yourself, your relative can do so on your behalf, and if the above is not possible, you may send us the scanned documents via mail to anand@fraclabs.org and courier the cheque or DD to our address FICCI Research and Analysis Centre, Plot 2A, Sector 8, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110077, keeping Mr. Anand Gulati ( Manager – Training & Development) in  kind attention. The hard copies of the documents can be submitted on the day you start your training.
  3. If you are paying by cheque or DD, kindly mention your full name, the chosen program details – month and program duration (May /June/July; 1 month or 45 days program), and the session opted (morning or afternoon) behind the cheque or DD for easy identification and immediate processing.
  4. Weekends off!

 

Register NOW!

Everything you need to know about Amino Acids!

You need essential amino acids in your daily diet because your body cannot make them. If you do not get essential amino acids in your diet, proteins break down, resulting in muscle loss and problems with repair. Amino acids, which are building blocks of proteins, can be essential, non-essential or conditional.


Your body needs more than 20 total amino acids to build and repair muscles and tissues. The nine essential amino acids are histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine.

Amino acids in food make up protein. When protein is digested it is once again broken down into specific amino acids, that are then selectively put together for different uses. These new proteins formed in the body are what make up most solid matter in the body: skin, eyes, heart, intestines, bones and, of course, muscle.

That’s why understanding what each of these aminos can do and getting more of them in your diet can be very beneficial to reaching specific goals, such as muscle building. Of course, one mustn’t exaggerate, because a good protein balance is what provides health and stability, without it any of the amino acids can become toxic.

An issue that has been brought up in the case of phenylalanine, but holds true for all amino acids. To counter potential harmful effects, getting enough vitamins and minerals is important because they insure proper conversion of protein to amino and vice versa.

Depending on who you talk to, there are around 20 to 22 standard amino acids. Of those 20-22, 8 to 10 of them are considered essential, which means that you need to get a certain amount of them in your diet to function properly – our bodies cannot synthesize them from other materials, so we only get them from food.

Since aminos are the building blocks of protein, I’m sure you get plenty of all of them, but this article will show you the benefits of supplementing with extra free form amino acids, going in to deep detail of what too much or too little of several of them can do, what they do in the body and how much and when you should use them.

Next to the 8 essential amino acids, there are around 14 non-essential amino acids and a whole host of other metabolites classed as amino acids which are derived from the 8 essential ones. Next to the 8 essential aminos, I will try to discuss a number of them that have made the headlines recently: L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, L-Carnitine, L-Cysteine, and HMB.

Source: Body Building Guide

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You need essential amino acids in your daily diet because your body cannot make them. If you do not get essential amino acids in your diet, proteins break down, resulting in muscle loss and problems with repair. Amino acids, which are building blocks of proteins, can be essential, non-essential or conditional. Non-essential and conditional amino acids are made in your system, so you do not need to worry about consuming them each day. Knowing which foods provide all or some of the essential amino acids helps you make sure you body gets adequate amounts. Source: Healthy Eating

 

Get Your Samples Tested Today!

We are NABL accredited, BIS Certified, DPCC and FSSAI Empanelled; our testing scope includes testing of all Foods, Beverages and Environment (air, noise, waste water, hazardous waste).


FICCI Research and Analysis Centre is placed at: Plot 2A, Sector 8, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110077.
We are NABL accredited, BIS Certified, DPCC and FSSAI Empanelled; our testing scope includes testing of all Foods, Beverages and Environment (air, noise, waste water, hazardous waste).

Give us a call at : 011-45333500 / 29

Or drop us a mail at : info@fraclabs.org

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