- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Centre-State Science Conclave on Saturday
- The two-day Conclave is being organised at Science City, Ahmedabad on September 10-11
- It will include sessions on different thematic areas including STI Vision 2047
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Centre-State Science Conclave on Saturday (September 10) via video conferencing.
The two-day Conclave is being organised at Science City, Ahmedabad on September 10-11.
In line with the Prime Minister's relentless efforts to facilitate innovation and entrepreneurship in the country, the first-of-its-kind conclave will strengthen Centre-State coordination and collaboration mechanisms- in the spirit of cooperative federalism- to build a robust science, technology and innovation ecosystem across the country.
It will include sessions on different thematic areas including STI Vision 2047; Future Growth Pathways and Vision for STI in States; Health - Digital Health Care for All; Doubling Private Sector investment in R&D by 2030; Agriculture - Technological interventions for improving farmers' income; Water - Innovation for producing potable drinking water; Energy- Clean Energy for All including S&T role in Hydrogen mission; Deep Ocean Mission and its relevance for Coastal States/UTs as well as country's future economy.
The first-of-its-kind Conclave will witness the participation of Gujarat Chief Minister, Union Minister of State Science and Technology (S&T), S&T Ministers and Secretaries of States and Union Territories, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, NGOs, young scientists and students.
(With agencies inputs)
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