21st century is considered to be information technology era that has created an immense impact in every sphere of life leading to knowledge transfer i.e. outsourcing of information. Information is Knowledge and Today’s economy is Knowledge economy. Bioinformatics is a interdisciplinary subject between biological information and IT. Recent developments of the sciences have produced a wealth of experimental data of sequences and three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules. With the advances of computer and information science, these data are available to the public from a variety of databases on the Internet. Bioinformatics has been defined as the science of examining the structure and function of genes and proteins through the use of computational analysis, statistics, and pattern recognition. A number of recent workforce studies have shown that there is a high current and unmet demand for people trained to various levels of expertise in bioinformatics, from technicians and technical librarians to developers of new and improved methodologies and applications. Bioinformatics is a rapidly evolving and developing field both in terms of breadth of scope of useful applications and in terms of depth of what can be accomplished. National estimates of needed positions in the field in the next four to five years are about 20,000.
Bioinformatics is the study of the inherent structure of biological information and biological systems. It brings together the avalanche of systematic biological data (e.g. genomes) with the analytic theory and practical tools of mathematics and computer science. Bioinformatics is a rapidly evolving and developing field both in terms of breadth of scope of useful applications and in terms of depth of what can be accomplished with the mission providing the training and knowledge in Bioinformatics IBRI has introduced the courses in Bioinformatics.
Any Science Graduate / Pursuing Final year Students
The course aim to provide:
• The concepts of computer science that relate to problems in biological sciences.
• Commercial and academic perspectives on bioinformatics.
• The impact of bioinformatics on the methodologies used in biological science.
• The influence biological science has on computing science.
1-Exam fees are excluded from Course fees.
2-Course fees can be paid by Demand Draft (DD) / At Par Cheque / Cash in favor of "Indian Biosciences and Research Institute" payable at "Noida/New Delhi".