The next phase of the biotechnology revolution in India is just around the corner. A journey that began in earnest in 2007 with targeted interventions is set to see a phase of rapid transformation as the country strives to achieve its $100 billion bioeconomy vision by 2025. Furthermore, recent scientific and technological advancements, especially in the genomic space, position India as a sweet spot to prove its credential as the best-cost innovation hub for cutting-edge genomics research and bioinformatics services.
On its exciting journey toward this promising bioeconomy vision, CII National Committee in Biotechnology would play a significant role to identify mega pivots and growth levers that will unlock value and lead to decisive action with solid implementation.
Terms of Reference of CII National Committee on Biotechnology 2019-20 are enlisted below:
Advise CII National Council on all the matters related to Biotechnology Sector
Lead CII’s regional, national and international engagements, including mounting learning missions in the areas of biotechnology.
Conduct policy research, submit policy recommendations, and partner with government for implementing conducive policy and incentives for strengthening biotechnology sector.
Provide thought-leadership in bringing out high-quality reports, and media articles for building / aligning opinions for the benefit of biotechnology sector.
Conceptualize and professionally implement projects for prove successful models in the areas of biotechnology.
Develop and deliver value-added services / capacity building modules for improving competitiveness of biotechnology sector.
Undertaking specialized reports on biotechnology for delineating an actionable agenda for the country.
Organize flagship events to facilitate national and international partnerships including sharing of best practices
Members of CII National Committee on Biotechnology 2019-20 nominate themselves to be the part of sub-groups, which work to undertake advocacy of the role of Biotechnology to develop position papers, to explore, recommend and facilitate Biotechnology policy initiatives, and to undertake specific objectives for the conducive growth of the Biotechnology sector.