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Latest: The 9th Edition of The India International Science Festival

 New Delhi: India’s achievements in wisdom, technology, and space over the last decade have contributed to global recognition and respect, according to Union Minister of Science and Technology Jitendra Singh, who launched the ninth edition of the India International Science Festival (IISF) in Faridabad, Haryana, on Wednesday.” We’re celebrating the ninth edition of the IISF, and it’s passing in the background of some major scientific achievements,” the union minister was quoted as saying.

 ” First, we landed Chandrayaan- 3 near the south pole of the Moon, a feat that has not been achieved by any country in the world; also, we made an identity in developing and administering COVID- 19 vaccines to such a large population; and we’ve also successfully achieved the Aroma Mission, serving thousands of growers,” Singh said in a statement.

 The four- day IISF jubilee began at the common lot of the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI) and the Regional Centre for Biotechnology (RCB) in Faridabad. The ninth edition of the jubilee will celebrate the achievements of colourful Indian scientific institutions around the theme ‘science’ and technology public outreach in Amrit Kaal.

  Singh stated that the government has solidified scientific programs and structure in recent times by approving the National Quantum Mission, the Anusandhan National Research Foundation, and space policy, among other enterprise.

 ” Our government has made some revolutionary opinions over the last many times — the space reforms through the public-private hookups, the National Quantum Mission, the Anusandhan- National Research Foundation (NRF), the National Geospatial Policy, and the National Education Policy (NEP),” he went on to say.

 Haryana press minister Moolchand Sharma, top scientific counsel Ajay Sood, clerk, department of wisdom and technology, Abhay Karandikar, clerk, department of biotechnology, Rajesh Gokhale, clerk, ministry of earth lores, M Ravichandran, clerk, department of scientific and artificial exploration, and director general council of scientific and artificial exploration, N Kalaiselvi, all attended the induction alongside Singh.

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