Biotechnology Society of Nepal is an apolitical, non-government, non-profit organization motivated for promotion of Biotechnology in Nepal and beyond. The establishment of society is an endeavor for development of Biotechnology by promotion and dissemination of knowledge about this cutting edge technology. The society will act as an active platform for interchange of academic ideas about the research and theoretical perspective of biotechnology. The motive of the organization is to incorporate all national and cross-national academic institutions, research institutions, companies and individuals sharing interest in development of biotechnology in Nepal and beyond. Our Objectives To initiate, promote and propagate the use of biotechnology by encouraging basic and applied

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Biotechnology Society of Nepal (BSN), possibly the largest and one of the most active Societies working in the field of Biotechnology in Nepal, was established in 2007 and was registered in Kathmandu under the organization registration Act of Government of Nepal. This society was initiated by fresh biotechnology graduates but was soon joined by professionals, academicians, researchers and students coming from various sectors such as agriculture, microbiology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, biochemical engineering, and molecular sciences. It has been a good four and half year of roller-coaster experience for me and the executive team of BSN. In the beginning we did not have anything to support the organization apart from a strong desire to pave a new path to support fresh graduates,

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