“Biotech will get woven into more diverse science education programmes”
Bio Spectrum|September 2020
“Biotech will get woven into more diverse science education programmes”
Aiming to make India a global knowledge superpower, the government has recently announced the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. Being the first education policy of the 21st century, it is set to address the many growing developmental imperatives of our country. And out of these many imperatives, bridging the skill gaps in the biotechnology industry is one of them. To explore how NEP 2020 can benefit the biotechnology/life sciences (BT/LS) education in India, BioSpectrum interacted with Dr Ramgopal Rao S, Academic Manager, Biocon Academy, Bengaluru. Edited excerpts;
Dr Manbeena Chawla

Dr Ramgopal Rao S, Academic Manager, Biocon Academy, Bengaluru

How do you foresee changes in the field of BT/LS with the new NEP 2020?

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September 2020