There are opportunities for freshers as well. If you want to stay in the research environment, you can try and approach labs and put forth CV for getting project assistant positions.
You can ask for internships under programs like BCIL, where freshers are recruited for 6 months under Biotech companies. Later if you are a good and consistent performed you can approach them for a permanent position.
Bioinformatic labs consider freshers with good subject knowledge.
You may also enhance your skills by completing certifications and short hands-on courses while you apply.
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