This report presents the hands-on training experience and one of its kind at the Institute of Plasma Research relating to the plasmas in India. The training at the workshop was focused on learning various physical laboratory techniques, viz., soldering, arranging the diodes, triodes etc., up to the level of handling the LASER beam device etc. The coursework was a thorough orientation to the study of plasmas and nuclear fusion energy technology. separate practical session was given to observe the experiments and operation of the Indigenous Nuclear Fusion Reactor named ‘Aditya’, a Tokamak built in collaboration with the Russian nation at the Institute of Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, India. Incidentally, a fullfledged experimentation only started in 1989 and our batch was the second one at the Institute. Technologically speaking, this Tokamak was one of the kind in 1990s providing research support to almost all the plasma physicists in India. The LASERS is a plasma, in ordinary parlance, an excited state of physical matter. The plasmas are generated by triggering artificially the matter of gaseous nature. And they can be safely and precisely triggered using the lasers. During the workshop, the incumbent trainees were required to take up some research of their choice in plasma physics. The paper therefore, brings the importance about the Lasers and its applicability in the day-to-day life which was my studyat the Institute. If we have heard about the Plasma TVs, Laser printers, bar code scanners at the retail shops, mobile and android gadgets etc., we are making use of it without saying. The paper therefore, presents through the 1990s perspective of the author about plasma and the development of it sextensive usage in the present era.