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(02-08-2017, 11:45 PM)RONIT SHARMA Wrote: I have done my internship from biotech park Lucknow. Its better to send request to IIT's and other institutes doing research but your statement of purpose should be strong enough. There are many private companies that will give you good quality training but you have to pay high amount.
Completely agree! A good mail and cover letter / s.o.p is very important! Hope you have gone through the following?:

http://www.biotechnologyforums.com/thread-2268.html

http://www.biotechnologyforums.com/thread-6960.html

http://www.biotechnologyforums.com/thread-2282.html

In rare case, if you don't find any internship opportunity, then don't waste your time and rather start doing a project in your own college. Talk to a professor of your college and let him know that you wish to do a project in 2-3 months of vacations. As a matter of fact, college projects are often taken seriously as there is little scope of wasting time, and can easily be defended by saying that you wished to work on a particular topic of research and hence decided to do it in your own college. But don't take it as a way out..try your best to find an internship (exposure is always an added advantage), and if you end up doing a project in your own college, "Do it Seriously".
Sunil Nagpal
MS(Research) Scholar, IIT Delhi (Alumnus)
Advisor for the Biotech Students portal (BiotechStudents.com)
Computational Researcher in BioSciences at a leading MNC


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#10
hello sir,
sir can u suggest me at which limit we studying a specific topic topic???
suppose for e.g. we studying innate immunity from kuby
so,how to know at which limit we people can studying innate immunity in this book.
becz. under this heading to many sub topics are given... as our wish we can go in depth.. so,how to know about at which limit we can study the specific topic.
its only an e.g. but,there are many subjects topic there are...so plz. guide me..


...tnx in advance ,becz. of experts like u always helping we people..i think we peoples are so lucky...tnx again..
#11
Hello Saurabh,
Sorry for the delayed response...your question is rather difficult to answer... defining a limit for one self can be a tough job..but following are my suggestions:

a). Follow the curiosity of your mind to decide on the limit:
Whenever you start studying anything (not just academics), your mind instantly asks questions about what it is, how it is possible, when does it happen and why at all this happens....once you have covered these four aspects of a problem or subject or topic, you become conceptually clear of the same.
To put an example in Innate immunity case only:
What is innate immunity? How is it established (which systems or components work to make it possible)? When (trigger points) does innate immunity comes into play? And why does one need innate immunity at all?
That's all one needs to study about in any topic or problem of life...if you miss on any one aspect, you will end up confused somewhere along the line in future.

(ii) Another way is to follow the minds of the subject experts. Now what do I mean by this ? Subject experts know what is important in a topic or chapter (remember in school days one used to ask the teachers to underline or tick mark important chapters for examinations?) This suggestion of mine works on similar lines but given the change in times, you might not be able to get someone do it for you. So, what one should ideally do is: Read each and every question/ fill in the blanks of the exercises given at the end of the chapters. Assess your self if you can answer them completely. Those exercises are meant to cover all important topics and sadly no one these days even takes a look at them.

(iii). For final few months before important exams, at any stage of life (school, college or profession), thorough following of previous year trends (questions) is extremely critical. Just go through the questions and if at any question (and its options) you feel little confused, just open your book or Google to clear your confusion. This practice essentially covers all important topics and also sheds the clouds of doubt and inexperience.

Hope it helps
Sunil Nagpal
MS(Research) Scholar, IIT Delhi (Alumnus)
Advisor for the Biotech Students portal (BiotechStudents.com)
Computational Researcher in BioSciences at a leading MNC


Suggested Reads:
Top Biotech Companies | Top places to work
Indian Biotech Companies and Job Openings
Aiming a PhD in Top Grad School? | These are the Important Points to Consider
Careers in Biotechnology | A list of various Options
Biotechnology Competitive Exams in India
#12
tnx sir...this is enough to satisfy me.
  

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