Hot Start-ups: Skilling the next-gen in Biotech & Pharma space

During his final year in college, Mr Mayank Raj Bhardwaj (28), while pursuing his basic technical degree in Biotechnology, saw the dismal condition of his graduated seniors who weren’t getting jobs in Biotech


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Hailing from Uttar Pradesh (UP), he says that all his seniors who graduated in Biotechnology actually didn't have any clear-cut idea about their job profiles or the companies in the sector.

Everyone told him: ‘Bahar (abroad) bahut scope hai, but kahan pata nahi'.

This triggered off something within Mr Bhardwaj. He initially planned to start a career counseling portal specifically for Biotech and Pharma students.

But it went on to becoming a start-up offering skill development training programs and providing free career counseling.

Two years after graduating, he was armed with a couple of years' experience in a Biotech start-up as a corporate relations manager.


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