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Undoubtedly Foreign Country like USA has established economy and therefor doing biotech research on high note as compare to India. There are certain differences also at funding research level which reflects the establishment of facility and employement both.But developing country like India has tremendous scope in agriculture biotech sector, major source of economy is based on agriculture, mines, marine and foresry so we do have huge potential to do the research and academics both in biotechnology. Keeping both these facts in mind one can explore the middle path, being true countrmen and visitor of abroad as a biotech i realized that we should work for country, there must be one goal in mind and think to join indian institutes like ICGEB ( www.icgeb.org/home-nd.html), IARI ( www.iari.res.in/), ICRISAT ( www.icrisat.org/) etc those are doing incredible research in biotech. At doctorate and postdoctorate level one must visit abroad -USA, Europe, Australia etc and learn the technology by developing colleborative project and invite foreign scientists students other personel and develop the tecchnology under exchange program. Now India is having colleborative research mendates -INDO-US, INDO-SWITZ, INDO-AUSTRAILIAN and seceral other ventureships where two scientist from two countries develop international project and discuss the ethics shaare the credentials on mutual basis.
Colleboration not only with developed countries is required we have colleboration with developing countries also in southa asia and eastern asis and acquire the research themes based on the joint problems like health, enviornment, agriculture etc and trying to be complementory to each other and make our milestones successful.In india we have different mindset for research and innovation at elite level of society they take biotech as a learning tool or acadmice niche and at the lower middle class level where mass is desparate to shape up the career by any means and understand biology as a launching pad or kind of support of handicaped. I think this attitude should be changed and must develop the temperament in terms of transcription, technology for humanity, device for development and accordingly you define the biotech with your effort and name and device the formula like raman effect.We have huge scope in biotech in india but no body is stoping you to explore usa with your own terms and conditions.Call us for other detailsBestDr. MANOJ
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Nest discussion at sciientific level why they have reach and fast funding system it is very simple to say they are rich in all the senses. India is also emerging after 60 years of independent journey indicates the delayed resplonse due to the interest and faith on our own system many reasons are involved. Just ask yourself and then decide the success and value oriented profession with set parameters in country or USA you will be happy in working in diverse conditions and international acceptibility will be more to broaden your own thought. Wish you all the success---
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