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Central Instrumentation Facility Invites Applications for Hands on Training Program

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We aim to maximize Central Instrumentation Facility used to promote Science and enable Students to live it in their Resume.


Designed for Resume Building

Undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctorate students and university staff members from all over India have an opportunity to provide data for their Science.

State of Art Infrastructure

It is to provide a central facility with the most up-to-date and advanced analytical techniques for cutting-edge research in diverse fields of Science and technology.



About Central Instrumentation Facility in Kalinga University



Excellence in teaching and research by educational institutes needs state-of-the-art sophisticated types of equipment, various workshops, and support facilities. These types of equipment and facilities help the faculty, research scholars, and students to carry out competitive R&D in basic and applied sciences.

Central Instrumentation Facility of Kalinga University houses a wide range of high-end instruments for pushing the boundaries of research in science and technology to a higher level. These instruments and facilities help the faculty, research scholars, and students to carry out globally competitive research in basic, applied, and life sciences.

The modern analytical instruments available in CIF offer a wide range of analytical methods/techniques for chemical/material testing and analysis. This consequently, will help researchers to publish their research findings in peer reviewed high impact factor journals.

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Objectives of the Central Instrumentation Facility



Central Instrumentation Facility (CIF) was started at Kalinga University and is established with a mission to enrich the resources on a shared basis for promoting R&D with the following objectives

  • Strengthen technological infrastructure to carry out advanced research in various science disciplines under one roof and make their services available to academic schools and departments.
  • Provide guidance for the acquisition of data and train personnel in the operation and maintenance of Sophisticated Instruments.
  • Organize short-term courses/workshops on the use and application of various spectroscopic and analytical techniques for students, teachers, and technical personnel from our University, Academic & Research Institutions, Universities, Industries, and NGOs.

Our Programs

X-ray Diffractometer (XRD)

Applications

  • Identification of unknown and inorganic compounds.
  • Useful to provide information on textures, Phases, and other structural information
  • Yields a high atomic resolution

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 29th September 2022 OR 25th Ferbruary 2023

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant





Advance Instrumentation (Digital Viscometer) & Water Analysis

Applications

  • Dairy Products Pharmaceuticals Coatings, Solvents, Polymer Solutions, Oils, Paints, Inks, Latex Adhesives (Solvent base)

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 15th October 2022

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant






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Molecular Techniques (PCR I Electronics I UV Transilluminator)

Applications

  • Polymerase Chain Reaction is used in Medical, Forensic, and Applied Sciences
  • PCR can be used in many different laboratory procedures. For example, most mapping techniques in the Human Genome Project (HGP) relied on PCR.
  • PCR is also valuable in several indicated laboratories and clinical

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 4th February 2022 OR 25th march 2023

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant




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High Performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)

Applications

  • Qualitative Analysis - Separation of thermally unstable chemical and biological compounds, e.g., drugs (aspirin and ibuprofen). salts (sodium chloride), proteins (egg white or blood), organic chemicals (polystyrene & polyethylene), herbal medicines, and plant extracts.
  • Quantitative Analysis - To determine the concentration of a compound in a sample by measuring the height and area of the chromatographic peak.
  • Trace Analysis - This is the analysis of compounds present in very low concentrations in a sample.

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 8 October 2022 OR 18 March 2023

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant


Protein Estimation & Biochemistry Analyzer

Applications

  • Determine protein value in a variety of food substances.
  • Future food discovery.

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 5th November 2022

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant









FT-IR Spectrophotometer

Applications

  • Analysis of thin films and coatings.
  • Quality verification of incoming/outgoing materials.
  • Monitoring of automotive or smoke stack emissions.
  • Microanalysis of small sections of materials to identify contaminants.
  • Deformulation of polymers, rubbers, and other materials through thermogravimetric infra-red (TGA-IR) or gas chromatography infra-red (GC-IR) analysis.

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 26th November 2022

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant





Scanning Electrrom Microscope (Sem) & Microscopy

Applications

  • Scientific and industry-related fields, especially where characterizations of solid materials are beneficial.
  • Detect and analyze surface fractures, provide information on microstructures, examine surface contaminations, reveal spatial variations in chemical compositions, provide qualitative chemical analyses and identify crystalline structures.

(Inclusive of participation certificate and soft copy of the handouts.)

Date - 19th November 2022 OR 4th March 2023

Time - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Fee - 1,000/- per participant


Our Faculty

Dr. Abhiskek Pandey
Assistant Professor Faculty of Botany Kalinga University, Raipur
Dr. Manoj Singh
HOD - Faculty of Zoology Kalinga University, Raipur
Dr. N.K Dhanpekar
Head - Dept. of Civil Engineering Faculty of Technology Kalinga University, Raipur, (C.G.)
Dr. Preeti Pandey
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science Kalinga University, Raipur
Dr. Sandip Prrasad Tiwari
Associate Professor, HOD - Faculty of Pharmacy Klinga University, Raipur
Dr. Sandeep Mudgal
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy Kalinga University, Raipur
Dr. Sushma Dubey
HOD - Department of Biotechnology Kalinga University, Raipur
Ms. Khushboo Gupta
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy Kalinga University, Raipur

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Contact Us

Phone

+91-9109179430

Address

Central Instrumentation Facility, Kalinga university, Kotni, Near Mantralaya, New Raipur, CG - 492101