JANUARY 2nd WEEK NEWS

Ré recruitment:

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Last week over 132 of them were interviewed for the recruitment for Ré. It has been a hectic time for all the interviewers’ while the interviewees were sagacious to face the situation. Now that the recruitment is over, the Ré clan is preparing for the next phase. The skills, talent and interests of the interviewees are being analyzed to prepare for the preeminent team. With lot of expectations the team is looking forward to move Ré to the next echelon.  There is a lot to see in the upcoming days ahead.

Exploration circle:

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Knowledge sharing is vital and it’s never too late to start something new. We have the exploration circle where you will be able to explore on the topic of your interest and even publish a book based on your write up of the discussion. A group can comprise of five to eight members. As of now we have around eleven exploration circles. All the exploration circles are working towards knowledge gaining about that topic.

Science and Technology in India:

According to the latest update, India ranks third among the most appealing investment destinations for technology transactions in the world. Modern India has had a strong focal point on science and technology, realizing that it is a key element of economic growth.

India is among the topmost countries in the world in the field of scientific research, sited as one of the top five nations in the field of space exploration. The country has regularly embarked on space missions, including missions to the moon and the well-known Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

India is among the world’s apex 10 nations in the number of scientific publications. India is ranked 17th in the number of citations received and 34th in the number of citations per paper across the domain of science and technology (among nations publishing 50,000 or more papers). Our country is ranked ninth globally in the number of scientific publications and 12th in the number of patents filed.

India is vigorously working towards establishing itself as a leader in industrialization and technological development. Major developments in the nuclear energy sector are likely as India looks to expand its nuclear capacity. In addition, nanotechnology is expected to transform the Indian pharmaceutical industry. The agricultural sector is also likely to undergo a major change, with the government investing heavily for the technology-driven Green Revolution. The Government of India, through the Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy-2013, among other things, aspires to position India among the world’s top five scientific powers.

 

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