Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the inaugural address at the Indian International Science Festival (IISF) on Tuesday via video conferencing, tomorrow, December 22, 2020, at 4.30 pm. The information is shared by the Prime Minister’s Office on Sunday.
India International Science Festival (IISF) is celebrated to promote science and its importance in life. This festival tells us how Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) can provide solutions to improve lives. It allows people to enhance their way of thinking and implementing things in order to serve nation a better opportunity.
The PMO in its statement said, “To promote scientific normalization in society, the Minister of Science and Technology and Ministry of Earth Sciences in collaboration with Vijnana Bharati conceptualized the India International Science Festival. PM Modi will deliver the inaugural speech at IISF-2020 on December 22 at 4.30 pm via video conferencing.”
The goal of IIST-2020 is to help the youth develop 21st-Century skills, understand the importance of science and technology in life, with a focus on scientific knowledge, creativity, dedication, critical thinking, analyzing capabilities, problem-solving, and teamwork. A long-term purpose of IISF-2020 is to encourage students to study and work in scientific fields.
The conference will also be joined by the Union Minister of Earth, Science, and Technology, Mr. Harsh Vardhan, PMO added.
India International Science Festival (IISF) has been launched in 2015, on the occasion of IISF-2020, PM Modi will encourage the youth about their participation in science. The IISF is a celebration to promote science and technology. The aim is to engage the public with science celebrate the joy of science and adopt STEM’s idea to recognize the need for science in the new technological era.
The world is more intrinsic toward science we need to generalize the idea of science and technology among youth and the public. India is also initiating to encourage and provide a better platform for science students.
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