India is among the top 50 countries in global innovation ranking: PM Modi
PM Modi said during this time that a big program of Corona vaccine is starting. We are proud of the work of our scientists.
New Delhi: The country has got the vaccine weapon to fight Corona, meanwhile Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the National Metrology Conclave through video conferencing.
It was dedicated to the nation by the National Atomic Timescale and Indian director Dravid and PM Modi laid the foundation stone of the National Environmental Standards Laboratory. Union Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan was also present on the occasion.
We are proud of the work of our scientists: PM
PM Modi said during this time that a big program of Corona vaccine is starting. We are proud of the work of our scientists. Two Corona vaccines have been approved in India in the new year. PM Modi said that the quality of services in our country, whether in the government sector or private. Quality of products, whether in the government sector or private. Our quality standards will determine how much the strength of India and Indian products increases in the world.
PM Modi's address:
-Prime Minister advised CSIR scientists to communicate with more and more students of the country, share their experiences of the Corona period and the work done in this research field with the new generation. This will help you in preparing a new generation of young scientists in the coming tomorrow.
In the conclave, PM Modi said that the country is completing 75 years of our independence in 2022, 100 years of our independence will be completed in 2047. We have to move towards setting new standards, new standards, new standards and new benchmarks keeping in mind the new resolutions of self-reliant India.
-PM Modi said, today India is among the countries of the world which have their own navigation system. Today, it has taken another step. The Indian director Dravya reeased today. This will encourage our industry to make quality products.
He said that PM Modi said that India is now able to measure one billionth of a second through the National Atomic Timescale. The past taught us that the more a country insists on science, the more its technology will advance. Through this technology new industries will be created and research will be encouraged. The country will move forward through this cycle.