The President introduced the GN Ramachandran Gold Medal to Prof. Amitabha Chattopadhyay of CSIR-CCMB.
President Ram Nath Kovind introduced the Science and Technology grants on the establishment day of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) on September 26, 2019. The honors were introduced at a capacity at the Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi.
The Science and Technology grants respect people for their extraordinary commitment in the field of science and innovation. While tending to the event, the President stated, “Science and technology is one of the key levers to achieve India’s national goals and to address the larger concerns confronting humanity.”
The President further said that India’s accomplishment in accomplishing a 5-trillion dollar economy by 2025, its duty to accomplish the SDGs and its desire to address worldwide concerns, for example, environmental change, will to a great extent rely upon finding innovative arrangements dependent on logical research. The President additionally underscored on giving equivalent chances to young lady youngsters. they expressed that no achievement will have any significance if there are no equivalent open doors for young lady youngsters.
The President likewise praised CSIR’s achievements and its innovative intercessions towards the financial improvement of the country.
• The President introduced the CSIR Technology Awards to CSIR groups and the GN Ramachandran Gold Medal to Prof. Amitabha Chattopadhyay of CSIR-CCMB.
• The Union Science and Technology Minister likewise displayed the CSIR Young Scientist Awards, CSIR Innovation Award for School Children and Diamond Jubilee Technology Awards on the event.
• The Minister likewise gave over a model of the high-temperature power module, an indigenous innovation which has been created by CSIR, to the President.
• A book with the title “Bhatnagar Laureates 1958-2018” was likewise discharged on the event.
• The esteemed Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Awards 2019 were likewise declared during the event. The honors are considered as the most elevated multi-disciplinary science grants in India.
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