In line with the Skill Development initiative of Govt. of India, ICAR-CIRCOT conducted a three days training programme on “Electrospinning Techniques and their Applications” during 29-31st October 2018. This training programme was designed to acquaint participants with the basic and recent advances in electrospinning, electro spraying and characterization of nanofiber web such as functional and morphological properties and to demonstrate the applications of nanofiber in pest management in agro field, sensor for packaging and filtration. Ten participants enrolled for this training programme include, Scientists, Post-doctoral researcher and Research Scholars from IIS Bangalore, IIT Delhi, Anna University Chennai and ICT Mumbai having diversified educational backgrounds like Nanotechnology, Fisheries and Textile Technology. The training includes theory classes, hands-on practical and demonstration. The participants also had the opportunity to visit the Nanocellulose Pilot Plant at Institute and Needleless electrospinning facility at BTRA, Mumbai an outside visit. In the valedictory function, Dr. Sujata Saxena, Director In-charge, ICAR-CIRCOT, Mumbai was chaired the function and distribute the certificates to the participant and Dr.T.Senthilkumar, Scientist & Course Coordinator congratulated the participants and recommended them to plan for collaborative mode of research in the field of nanofiber production and its application.