Inviting Suggestions on the Draft 5th National Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy

Last Date Jan 25,2021 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Release of Draft 5th National Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy for public consultation ...

Release of Draft 5th National Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy for public consultation

As India and the world reorient in the present context of the COVID-19 crisis, a new Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (STIP) was initiated at this crucial juncture during mid-2020. For India to march ahead on a sustainable development pathway to include economic development, social inclusion and environmental sustainability for achieving an Atmanirbhar Bharat'', a greater emphasis may be needed on promoting traditional knowledge systems, developing indigenous technologies and encouraging grassroots innovations. The emergence of disruptive and impactful technologies poses new challenges and simultaneously greater opportunities. The COVID-19 pandemic provided a compelling opportunity for R&D institutions, academia and industry to work in unison for sharing of purpose, synergy, collaboration and cooperation.

The new Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy aims to bring about profound changes through short-term, medium-term, and long-term mission mode projects by building a nurtured ecosystem that promotes research and innovation on the part of both individuals and organizations. It aims to foster, develop, and nurture a robust system for evidence and stakeholder-driven STI planning, information, evaluation, and policy research in India. The objective of the policy is to identify and address the strengths and weaknesses of the Indian STI ecosystem to catalyse socio-economic development of the country and also make the Indian STI ecosystem globally competitive.

The new policy, STIP, revolves around the core principles of being decentralized, evidence-informed, bottom-up, experts-driven, and inclusive. Also, it aims to bring in the concept of dynamic policy with a robust policy governance mechanism incorporating features such as implementation strategy, periodic review, policy evaluation, feedback, and adaptation, and most importantly, a timely exit strategy for various policy instruments.
Keeping above in view, a STIP policy document ver 1.4 has been finalized and placed here after a detailed 4 track process of consultations during last 6 months beginning from May 2020. The process so far involved nearly 300 rounds of consultations with more than 40,000 stakeholders well distributed in terms of region, age, gender, education, economic status, etc. The STIP Secretariat was coordinated, supported, and guided by the Office of PSA, NITI Aayog, and DST. The formulation process, by design, envisioned as a very inclusive and participative model with intense interconnectedness among different tracks of activities.

Your suggestions, inputs and comments on the draft STIP will be invaluable towards finalization of the policy document. We shall be grateful if you could find time to go through this draft and share your thoughts on the proposed STI policy latest by Monday the 25th January 2021 on email: india-stip[at]gov[dot]in

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11131990
ARUN KUMAR GUPTA 6 months 14 hours ago

Science festivals shall be held at school level and district level to increase students participation.
It is not important what they present, participation of every student is important to generate scientific temper.
Many innovative ideas are displayed in such science festivals.
Industrial houses shall also come forward to encourage young minds by rewarding innovative science projects.

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ARUN KUMAR GUPTA 6 months 14 hours ago

Science projects are assigned to school children during vacations.
It is found that different theme readymade science projects are available in book shops and students submit these projects. This will not do any good to students. Their creative mind will not be put to use.
Such practices shall be discouraged by the teachers and geniune attempt by students shall be given more weightage during assessment.

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SHARIF SHAIKH_3 6 months 14 hours ago

कोरोना वैक्सीन बचाव टिप्स नाक के अंदर के बालो को ना काटे बाहर जो बाल हो वोही काटे। कुदरत ने नाक में बाल,धूल,मिट्टी,कीटाणु,वायरस इत्यादि से हमारे फेफड़ों की हिफाजत के लिए दिए है,ईन बालो को हाथ से तोड़े नही सर्दी या अ‍ॅलर्जी हो सकती है। घर से निकले पहले मास्क लगाए,चश्मा या गॉगल का नियमित इस्तेमाल करे तेल,क्रीम या जेली चहरे पर,माथे,मूँछों,नाक,कान,उंगलियां,दाढ़ी अगर है तो जरूर लगाए ताकि धूल कण वायरस इत्यादि चिपक जाए आँख,नाक,मूंह से शरीर में प्रवेश ना कर सके। कोरोना से सुरक्षा के मुफ्त और आसान उपाय।

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Bipin Nayak 6 months 14 hours ago

लोकतंत्र की असली शक्ति आपका मत है, इसलिए इसके प्रति जागरूक बनें और अपने मत का उपयोग कर लोकतंत्र को सशक्त बनाने का संकल्प लें।
सभी मतदाताओं को राष्ट्रीय मतदाता दिवस की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं।
#NationalVotersDay2021

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SHARIF SHAIKH_3 6 months 14 hours ago

विज्ञान का उपयोग अगर शिक्षा के क्षेत्र में किया जाए तो हमारे देश मे सुधार जल्द मुमकिन है, आज कोरोना प्रभाव के कारण बच्चों को ऑनलाइन शिक्षा दी जा रही है मगर, क्या यह देश के शिक्षा से वंचित छात्रों मे से 25 प्रतिशत की संख्या को मिल रही है? लगता नही। इसलिए और विस्तार ज़रूरी है। विज्ञान का ही नतीजा है कि 25 फुट से ऊंचे नारियल के पेड़ को 8 फुट की ऊंचाई का बना पहले से ज़्यादा पर्याप्त मात्रा मे उपज देना, आश्चर्य लगता है। देश के किसी भी क्षेत्र मे हर प्रकार की फसल कैसे मिल सकती है विज्ञान ही संभव है।

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GEETHA C 6 months 15 hours ago

HONOURABLE PRIMEMINISTERJI NAMASTHE ,
Sir ,
Science and techenology should leads our country become a prodection centre of most of all things we want and our aathmanirbhar bharath dreamwould be fullfiil.Put maximum tax prise for importing Chinees products or ban Chinees product in INDIA BY AN ORDER