Science and Technology Policy

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India has been renowned for its scientific capabilities since time immemorial. Our innate ability for creative performance in innovation and technology, fuelled by the scientific temperament and aptitude of our workforce has proven to be a boon. By setting up institutions for scientific research and development post independence, The 21st century India paved the way for making itself a hub of technical knowledge through significant developments in the field of Information & Technology, Atomic Energy,Nuclear Technology, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Pharmaceuticals.

Today, advancement in Science and Technology serves as precondition for the overall development of a country and India has proved its competence through its strong scientific and technological base and skilled manpower.

CPRG works towards making people realize the importance of scientific and technological advancement, and specifically harnessing technology for national progress, through policy papers and detailed analyses on issues of Science and Technology.


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