Satheesh Reddy who’s the Secretary DD R&D and DRDO chairman congratulated the scientific group for its ongoing quest to obtain excellence and self-reliance. He emphasised the necessity to think about science in laboratories and tutorial institutes and to come out with state of the artwork technologies. Satheesh Reddy highlighted the requirement for a focus group in every DRDO laboratory to work on future technologies. “It is important for any nation to work on the fundamental side of science, for which universities need to be made stronger. With this, the nation can come out with quality products,” he mentioned.
Principal Scientific Advisor to Govt. of India, Prof Ok Vijay Raghavan mentioned there was a big quantity of work being accomplished by DRDO that epitomizes high quality science. He appreciated the velocity and high quality of improvements by DRDO through the pandemic. He mentioned in a design pushed world, two main targets must be designing and manufacturing indigenously. “In the new era of partnership between DRDO and industry, we should have the capability to buy local and make local,” he mentioned.
Forty Seven analysis papers had been acquired from numerous DRDO labs/institutions, out of which three analysis papers had been adjudged greatest. Defence Science Spectrum, a compilation of the scientific papers acquired from labs of numerous clusters, was additionally launched by dignitaries on the event. DRDO Science Day orations had been delivered by scientists of three DRDO laboratories specifically, Advanced Systems Laboratory (ASL), Hyderabad, Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE), Bengaluru and Defence Research and Development Establishment (DRDE), Gwalior.
Dr AK Singh, Director General (DG), Life Sciences, and Convenor Defence Science Forum delivered the welcome deal with. Sudhir Gupta, DG (TM), Ok S Varaprasad, DG (HR) and Nabanita Radhakrishnan DG (SAM & R&M) had been additionally current on the event.
National Science Day is widely known annually on February 28 to commemorate the invention of “Raman Effect” in 1928 by Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, which led to the Nobel Prize being awarded to him in 1930.
Defence Science Forum is a platform of DRDO the place scientists of numerous disciplines work together to foster fellowship, trade of concepts with luminaries of completely different disciplines and feasibility and planning of all inter-disciplinary initiatives the place skilled opinion is required.