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PM Modi To Inaugurate Session Of 108th Indian Science Congress On January 3.

PM Modi will inaugurate the 108th Indian Science Congress through video conferencing on January 3 and witness the entire inaugural session. The ceremony will start at 9:30 am. RTMNU is hosting an event at its Amravati Road Campus.

Among the top dignitaries who will adorn the inaugural session are the Governor of Maharashtra and Chancellor of Maharashtra Public Universities, Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Union Minister and Chairman of the Advisory Committee of RTMNU Centenary Celebrations, Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of State for Science and Technology & Earth Sciences, Dr. Jitendra Singh, CM of Maharashtra, Shri Eknath Shinde, and DCM of Maharashtra, Shri Devendra Fadnavis.

The Vice Chancellor of Nagpur University, Dr. Subhash R. Chaudhari, and the General President of (ISCA), Kolkata, Dr. (Mrs.) Vijay Laxmi Saxena will be noticeably present.

This year’s event theme is “Science and Technology for Sustainable Development with Women Empowerment,” and the Public Talks and exhibitions are open to the general public.

14 parallel sessions will be conducted at different venues in the university’s Mahatma Jotiba Phule Educational Campus under the 14 sections into which the technical sessions of the 108th Indian Science Congress have been divided.

There will be a Women’s Science Congress, a Farmers’ Science Congress, a Children’s Science Congress, a Tribal Meet, a section on Science and Society, and a Science Communicators’ Congress, in addition to these 14 sections.

Leading Indian and foreign researchers from a wide variety of fields, including space, defense, IT, and medical research, will be featured in the plenary sessions.

The sentence showcases path-breaking and applied research in the following areas: Agriculture and Forestry Sciences, Animal, Veterinary, and Fishery Sciences, Anthropological and Behavioural Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Earth System Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Information and The sciences including are not limited to Science & Technology, Material Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Medical Sciences, New Biology, Physical Sciences, and Plant Sciences.

A mega expo called “Pride of India” is one of the event’s special attractions. The exhibition will showcase the prominent developments, major achievements, and significant contributions largely of Indian Science and Technology to society, bringing together and displaying hundreds of new ideas, innovations, and products overlaying the entire canvas of the scientific world.

Pride of India showcases the accomplishments of the government, corporations, public sector organizations, academic institutions, and research and development institutes, as well as innovators and entrepreneurs from all over the country.

Today, the Vigyan Jyot program, a tradition of the Indian Science Congress, was held in the run-up to the event. Wearing special caps and T-shirts, more than 400 school and college students gathered at Zero Milestone and proceeded in a rally to the university campus.

They pledged to embrace scientific thinking in their lives. Dr. (Mrs.) Vijay Laxmi Saxena, ISCA General President, urged them not to study science as merely a subject but make it a part of life in something that they do.

The Flame of Knowledge, Vigyan Jyot, was conceived along the lines of the Olympic flame. Its purpose is to instill a scientific outlook in the public, particularly younger people. The flame was installed at the university campus and will continue to be lit until the end of the 108th Indian Science Congress.

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