The key speaker was Bhanu Prakash, CEO, 'Pro-biosys'-
Bhanu Prakash said "With the increasing demand for qualified life sciences professionals in India, the availability of quality talent is decreasing. To minimize and eventually eliminate this gap, at Probiosys our endeavor is to impart training in emerging bio- technology, high end automation and international quality procedures for meeting real time industrial and research environment requirements."
For this conduction, the Director General of LPU, Er HR Singla said: "We are regularly developing our students to be very much focused about their career goal by choosing the specialization area, related to their programme, for building expertise." He also emphasized that students must shape themselves keeping in mind the existing gap between the academics and the demand of skills in bio-technology related industry.
It is illustrative that 'Probiosys' is a unique center designed for international standards and compliant with the best practices across industries. It also has a technology incubation center with a focus on industrial and workforce interface. A few of the participating students consider that such type of beneficial career talks and workshops are frequently conducted at the University: "We are happy to know that, in near future too, there will be winter workshop on animal cell culture, food microbiology in coordination of this very internationally renowned company, for our benefit."