A monumental accomplishment in the field of molecular science was the discovery of DNA and its structure. April 25, 1953 witnessed a breakthrough in the history of genetics as the article on doublehelical strcture of DNA was published in Nature by Francis Crick and James Watson along with Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin. Consequently, in 1962, Watson and Crick jointly won the Nobel prize in Physiology or medicine. This discovery was a major landmark in understanding the molecular makeup and the role of health and diseases. In addition, early April of 2003, marked the completion of the Human Genome Project, which helped depict the blueprint and genetic makeup for building a person. To honour this occasion of ‘World DNA day’, the students of MSc. Biomedical Genetics areorganising the 7th National DNA day 2020. This event will be held on the 14th and 15th March 2020.Our goal is to provide the opportunity for bright young minds to explore the exciting world of science.