ABDUL KALAM CALLS FOR MORE INNOVATIVE WORK IN SCIENCES
Highlighting the requirement for innovative work in the range of fundamental sciences, previous President A P J Abdul Kalam on Friday urged researchers and technocrats to work towards getting India the rundown of main 10 nations on the planet under this class.
Tending to a social occasion of researchers and technocrats here, Dr Kalam alongside Minister of Science and Technology Vilasrao Deshmukh and Minister of State for S&T Ashwini Kumar drilled down the need ranges which require mechanical mediation.
"According to the Global Innovation Index, India positions 62 and our positioning in Global Competition Index is 56. In the event that India needs to move on from its present positioning and rank among main 10 countries, we must comprehend that exploration is key, especially in regions of fundamental sciences," Dr Kalam said.
On the requirement for handling issues of national security with the assistance of right innovation, Ashwini Kumar said, "We can't overlook that we are living in an agitated neighborhood. We have to design, strengthen and unmistakably exhibit the capacity of India's science and innovative progression in different regions."
Whether it is digital fighting, equipped clashes, pandemics, natural and ecological difficulties, all these have an effect on national security, Mr Kumar said, including that, "On the off chance that we need to succeed in our attempt of comprehensive development and improvement, we have to think of creative arrangements both at the level of society and the country."