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Prime Minister Modi said that our new scientists in the quantum field should have Interested, moving forward and leading the country to a higher level. We still have to work on future ideas that are not working anywhere.

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the India Science Congress on Tuesday by pledging to make India the world’s most modern science laboratory at Amrit Kaal. Modi inaugurated the science conference held at the Amaravati Road campus of Rashtrasant Takduji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) in Maharashtra through video conferencing.

Speaking at the event, the Prime Minister said, “Indian scientists will play a role Important for the heights that India will reach in 25 years. Our science has the potential to take India to great heights in both these fields.

Prime Minister Modi said, “We see the results of the way India is acting in Now, India has become one of the top countries in science, in 2020, We have reached the 40th position in the world. Innovation Index. India is one of the top three countries in the world in terms of Ph.D. India is currently the top country in the world in terms of startup ecosystem. Empowering science through women’s participation, women’s participation in all fields is increasing, which is proof that society is moving forward.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “Create a structure of scientific institutions that attract talent young people and give them the opportunity to grow through programs such as talent hunts The framework of promoting sports talent, the Indian tradition of teacher-disciple can also be useful in the field of science, where students in the success of teachers see their own success. It will benefit greatly if the scientific community of India does research on meeting energy needs.

Prime Minister Modi said, “Our scientists and our industrial world must work together. Today, we live in an era where new diseases appear before people. We need research to develop new vaccines, and development should be given priority.” Our new scientists in the quantum field should be interested, move forward and lead the country to greater heights, we also need to work on future ideas that are not working somewhere.” According to the Ministry of Science and Technology, the ‘Pride of India’ mega-expo will be the main attraction, showcasing the significant contribution of Indian science and technology on a large scale.

In the inaugural session, Governor of Maharashtra and Chancellor of Maharashtra University Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Union Minister and Chairman of the Advisory Committee for RTMNU Centenary Celebrations Nitin Gadkari, Minister of State for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences (independent charge), Dr. Jitendra Singh, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis were present. This year the theme of the project is “Science and Technology for Sustainable Development with Build women’s strength.” The public discussion and exhibition of the meeting will be open to the general public.

The technical sessions of the 108th Indian Science Congress were divided into 14 sessions, with parallel sessions held at various venues at the University’s Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Study Centre. In addition to these 14 sections, the Women’s Science Conference, the Farmer Science Conference, the Children’s Science Conference, Samagam Tribe, Science and Society and Science Communicator Conference Science.

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