Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Madhya Pradesh Council of Science and Technology (MPCST) Director General Dr Anil Kothari said that only 0.2 per cent of the content available on the internet was in Hindi. That is why young scientists should write research papers in their mother tongue and raise the standard of Indian language in the world.
He was addressing the closing ceremony of the three-day 38th MP Young Scientists Congress Science Festival at Sati College on Sunday. Discussing the organization’s work, Dr. Kothari said, “Our organization provides 6-month fellowships to young scientists, so that they can carry out their research without any hindrance. Next year, we are going to launch the Nisarga satellite in collaboration with ISRO and NASA.”
Bhoj University Vice-Chancellor Dr. Sanjay Tiwari said, “Science is the parameter of prosperity of any nation. If India is to become a prosperous nation, it has to become a scientific nation. If people celebrate science as a festival, no one can stop India from becoming a world leader. Young people are urged to choose a subject in research, which can benefit even the poorest and most marginalized of the society.”
Dr C C Tripathi, Director, NITTT Bhopal, said that MP Council of Science and Technology is an organization that has been looking for young scientists for 38 years. Now this is being done in almost every state. He asked the young scientists to follow their hearts, do research for the service of humanity and not run after it before making it into a product.
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Published: Sunday, March 19, 2023, 10:58 PM IST
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