Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh said that the Government of India is constantly trying to work on which scientific apps can be used in which areas ranging from agriculture, railways, roads and water power etc.
Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh. (file photo)
Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh on Sunday said that the days of working in closets are gone and now the time has come to start themed projects instead of projects of a particular department or ministry. According to the statement issued, the minister said that he has started holding regular joint meetings of all science ministries as well as departments and before the end of this month, he will organize a joint meeting of science and technology ministers of all states and union territories. Will also organize a meeting.
Dr. Singh said that this integrated approach will be taken forward to involve start-ups, industry and other stakeholders. Singh said that the era of working in limited circles has ended. He stressed on the need to work together on integrated theme based projects rather than on specific ministry based or department based projects.
The Minister said that representatives of all Science Ministries and Departments including Science & Technology, Earth Sciences, Atomic Energy, Space/ISRO, CSIR, Biotechnology etc. are engaged in extensive brainstorming with each of the different Ministries. He said that the Government of India is constantly trying to work on which scientific applications (Apps) can be used in which fields ranging from agriculture, railways, roads and water power etc. Singh said that special care is being taken that today every field has become largely dependent on scientific technology.
PM Modi is our biggest guide: Dr. Jitendra Singh
Dr. Jitendra Singh said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is our biggest guide, who not only has a natural penchant for science, but also goes a long way in supporting and promoting science and technology based initiatives and projects. He said that India’s scientific skills will play a major role in building a “self-reliant India”.
The Union Minister expressed hope that after the recent space sector reforms, the Indian private space industry would contribute to the core elements of the global space economy, space-based services, launch services, manufacturing of launch vehicles and satellites, establishment of ground segments And is ready to work with great gusto in the launch structure etc. Dr. Jitendra Singh said that I can say with full confidence that the quality of our scientific human resource is much better than most of the developed countries of the world.
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