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My inspiration to become a biotechnologist started in my school days from simple fruits like grapes and oranges turning to seedless fruits. I use to wonder how one could possibly grow plants out of seedless fruits, how microorganism are genetically engineered to produce recombinant proteins like insulin and how industrial effluents are detoxified using them and what strategies scientists and technologists have used to clone the “Dolly” sheep. To find out the answers to my queries I intentionally started my career at baccalaureate level in biotechnology. Perusing a master’s degree in biotechnology from your university would help me disclose the possibilities of biotechnology and would make me part of new innovations and discoveries.
Few years after my birth, in Lahore, Pakistan, my father went to Saudi Arabia to practice law. Initially he did not have enough funds to live with his family in Arabian state, then few years later we started living together in Saudi Arabia and eventually I have to travel back to my country to continue my studies after Secondary School (matriculation). I had to live on my own and away from my family, though it was a tough time for me, but it had enabled me to countenance hardships, boost up my self-confidence, to be persistence in my work despite of all circumstances.
The end of freshman year in bachelors was accompanied by 2 months internship in WWF (World Wide Fund for nature) giving me deep insight into the environmental problems faced by the people of Pakistan as well as the by the endangered species like vultures, fresh water dolphins, and snow leopards. The days spend at vulture conservation centre, Lahore, allowed me to understand the hazardous problems faced by this specie and how could we overcome the problem. We worked in a group of 5 people and gave presentation on “saving snow leopards of Pakistan” and were titled as the most active group. I also remained a WWF ambassador for one year and helped people...

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