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by DIVYA on May 29, 2013 09:11 PM

I'm in utter confusion of choosing my Carrer...I've 3 courses as my choice...civil,biotech&EEE.I NEED ur apt explanation of of the job oppurtunities of biotech especially in Tamilnadu? What are the higher studies to do after Btech??? Is p.s.g a good college for choosing Btech???

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Re: This lady is a fraud
by MONIDEEP GUPTA on Mar 11, 2010 04:56 PM
Agree with you completely . The more money a person has got ... the more corrupt he or she becomes ... and then its all about winning the race !!! be it at any cost whatsoever

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sharad sharma
Re: This lady is a fraud
by sharad sharma on Mar 14, 2010 09:28 AM
What is wrong with BT brinjal? Your post does not list any pros and cons but just says she is a fraud just because she supported BT Brinjal. Just because she has made money does not mean she is greedy. Give us some data to believe you.

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migtwentyone bis
by migtwentyone bis on Mar 11, 2010 09:43 AM

r & d in india is a big joke

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John Doe
biotech jobs
by John Doe on Mar 11, 2010 01:48 AM  | Hide replies

I suspect a lot of these jobs in India will be taken up by low skilled graduates with fake resumes coming from a particular state of India. No prizes for guessing which one.

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marx dsouza
Re: biotech jobs
by marx dsouza on Mar 11, 2010 05:28 AM
The best minds in India are also produced by that state only dear.
I am not defending the state but the fact is we are not appreciative but are bashers

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John Doe
Re: Re: biotech jobs
by John Doe on Mar 17, 2010 08:23 AM
oh really? care to state the names of some of the luminaries from this state?

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Pramod Sinha
None of the fresh biotech grads are employment-ready
by Pramod Sinha on Mar 11, 2010 01:17 AM

Good educated people in India were always discouraged. These Bio-Tech professional will happily absorbed in Europe, US, Canada, US etc.

Ms Kiran, what you have done to improve the education for Bio-Tech graduate. You are interested in ROGUE party, where ur people can listen to your crap.

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swaroop narayanbose
by swaroop narayanbose on Mar 11, 2010 12:45 AM

This is a mighty old article already published!
and BT will not Boom in India in the next 5 years!

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US only option for good BioTech grad
by a on Mar 10, 2010 11:48 PM

if you r good in bio tech..
u have good prospects only in US... c how they value ur skills..

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rama prasad
Biotech boom cannot happen like IT boom
by rama prasad on Mar 10, 2010 09:50 PM  | Hide replies

U can code by sitting in a hut. and do BPO job in a 30x40 site. But biotech needs the real infrastructure that India is lacking.
BT Grads needs more practical experience than the theoretical knowledge . PhD with lots of Post doc Experience candidates are the best bet for these companies in India. But unfortunately, the well found politics of the company, unattractive salaries are he limiting factors for the foreign experience candidates.

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Re: Biotech boom cannot happen like IT boom
by Indoamerican on Mar 10, 2010 09:55 PM
There are thousands of candidates with lots of experience in some of these high science area of pharma/food/nutrigenomics who wants to return. But the companies in India cannot afford to pay the salary that hey demand. These companies are happy with some 10th Grade students and get work done from them by training...

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Jay Shah
Re: Re: Biotech boom cannot happen like IT boom
by Jay Shah on Mar 11, 2010 12:20 AM
This is true, but they only need a handful of PHd post-docs to staff the colleges that train their staff.

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Madan Waghmare
Re: Re: Biotech boom cannot happen like IT boom
by Madan Waghmare on Mar 10, 2010 10:19 PM
You mean the highly payed are equivalent to 10th grade with training

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Re: Re: Re: Biotech boom cannot happen like IT boom
by Indoamerican on Mar 10, 2010 10:26 PM
Thats a good one.!! But since they are not able to recruit well experienced candidates their innovative R&D is limited. They just restrict them self to some basic things that can be done by any trained people without proper education. what she is telling is also true. Indian BT grads are just some theoretically informed with no practical exposure.

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