Brain Drain to Brain Gain (BDTBG), A scientific talk Series ”X”

2016-01-07

We would like to know that BSN is going to organize our regular 1 day program called Brain Drain to Brain Gain, Series ”X” on 13/Jan/2015 Wednesday at Nepal Academy of Science & Technology, Khumaltar, Lalitpur . The main focus of this program has been to influence the reduction in the brain drain from Nepal. It is to promote the returning of the intellectual brains back to the country and also to promote the Biotechnology in Nepal itself. The program has been found very successful in importing intellect i.e. brain gain. This program primarily leads or presents various opportunities that Biotechnology graduates can have in the country itself. It will also enlighten the current graduate student that there are many places in the country where they can utilize their skills and in the same time learn new avenues in biotechnology. Thus, they can utilize their intellectual capacity in the country which will be very fruitful to promote biotechnology in Nepal After conducting 9 successful series of the program. We would like kind participation of students, teachers, scientists, researchers, industrialists, and media and concern personnel of life sciences.

Details of the program Program: Brain Drain to Brain Gain Program X

Venue: Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) Hall

Date: 13/Jan/2016

Time: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Speakers:

1)  Pramod Dhakal, PhD, Chairperson, NRNA Open University Task Forceand Member, Open University Infrastructure Development Board Nepal

2) Ranjan Mishra, PhD, Peter Group, Institute of Biochemistry ETH Zurich

3) Bhupal G Shrestha, PhD, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal

4) Kanchan J Thapa, PhD Scholar, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

5) Prasanna K Acharya, PhD Scholar, Department of Kinesiology Louisiana State University (LSU), USA

6) Rajesh Mahato, CEO, Arragen Technologies pvt. Ltd, Pune, India