how many times do you see a research and science topic in the news media. what is the set up for science and research progenies.
I think India is already doing well in the area of science and technology.
Sorry for outgoing link, but this is one good read that you can't miss: Gods and Rockets tale of science in india
That was a most interesting article. Thanks for sharing.
India needs orientation towards science and research.... If we go deep into the history of ancient India, we can find scientific inventions, matching the present inventions. Aryabatta, the ancient Indian astronomer, conducted researches on planets and the universe. In his name, India's first satellite went into space. In medical research also a famous scientist conducted researches and invented medicines for almost all ailments.
We can find more researchers and scientists.... But they were not patronised by the governments of those times. And also they never cared to teach their findings to other people. If the education system was like that of today, all the Indian intelligence would have overtaken other countries. Instead of educating the students, they were taught obedience and discipline. There were no ways to free thinking for the ancient Indians.
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