India Calling Scientists .
Now a days or in coming future ... we will be very needy of scientists from almost every sector.. How to feel that GAP .. Please express your views...
Gautam Joshi | Contributor-Level 92011-11-01 14:07:22INDIA so far has a very brilliant image for the MNCs. WE need to change the perception of the Indian students and taking GHAR KI MURGI equal to DAAL belief. We should produce such facts that force the talent to stay in India and serve their own nation.
Commented by2011-10-31 22:14:38We have the potential.but the aspiration to go for that potential is next to zero!
kaustubh | Contributor-Level 92011-10-11 19:53:07technological trends have provided a new platform for research.
almost all the companies have a research and development cell.
according to a speaker at a recent conference i've attended,by 2035 ,the conventional energy sources will get completely vanished and power would be high in price.so,research plans have been undertaken in this respect.
he has introduced an idea,which would prove to be a pension plan(energy suppy in the future without the use of conventional sources).hence the research is to be initiated very soon in that sector
Commented by2011-10-10 13:48:38The reason why we are having dearth of scientists in our country is that our universities are not much research oriented, they lack basic infrastructure,less number of universities offering research opportunities.
We should remember India is a country which produces most number of engineers every year, and out of these engineers who wish to pursue research, they mainly opt for foreign universities.
Commented by2011-10-06 15:20:00Very rightly put by Priya and other experts research is not at level where more and more people can join research work in India due to which researcher are running towards the foreign countries
Many of the students wants to get into research field but due to many reasons such as lack of bucks or lack of opportunities or need of money most of them chooses a field which which makes him settled asap. since to become a scientist one need to study the field deeply and could able to think of new innovations , but in our country we cant spend our time so , as it takes many years and few can't live without earning for more than 22 years due their poorness .And the most worst problem in Indian students is no one want to think innovatively because they are not sure whether thinking innovatively will favor their career or not .Government sho... view more
Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 112011-10-01 17:44:00Well I think firstly we need to stop Brain Drain as many of India's bright minds are going abroad.
Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 72011-10-01 13:07:50What a wonderful topic for discussion! These days you find few ppl interested in doing research work as such. They want to earn quick degrees and start earning money even before they finish the course. Being patient enough and having enough restraint to study for few more years and become a scientist is a rare trait these days. And of course, it is very important to take the society forward.One way to address this problem is to offer good remuneration as well as good opportunities for home-grown scientists. Those who are exceptionally bright, get lured by prospects abroad resulting in Brain Drain for us. Corporate and Government should effect... view more
Commented by2011-09-27 11:34:44Well definitely, I think this is the situation of the present and should be catered with a lot of concern. the most important thing would be to help in giving budding scientists the much required infrastructure to provide the much needed base for relevant education and practice.
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