India- a Growing Country

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India- A growing country

India is growing forward day by day. New methods of science and technology have been introduced since years….

Many of the new techniques have been introduced in the field of agriculture... so India has been growing economically forward… great majority of people use science in their day to day life for many purposes…

Overall in my point of view the science and technology is improving...

Science is the human endeavor to discover truths about the world around us. Scientists seek out answers through observation and experimentation. As we discover more and more, we are able to apply what we've learned to develop new technologies and to improve everyday life. But perhaps more importantly, as we gain knowledge through science, we are able to begin satisfying our deep-felt need to know more about ourselves. The word "science" comes through the Old French, and is derived in turn from the Latin scientia, "knowledge", the nominal form of the verb scire, "to know". The Proto-Indo-European (PIE) root that yields scire is *skei-, meaning to "cut, separate, or discern". Similarly, the Greek word for science is 'επιστήμη', deriving from the verb 'επίσταμαι', 'to know'. From the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment, science or scientia meant any systematic recorded knowledge. Science therefore had the same sort of very broad meaning that philosophy had at that time. In other languages, including French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian, the word corresponding to science also carries this meaning. Technolgy make life more convinient It is used in every house for work .because any house work depend upon this It is used in hospitals in many operation to save people life Organisation,office to communicate ,make wrk up to date with speed and reliability.through they can interact ,make presentation. Does modern technolgy make life more convenient,or was life bette when technolgy was simpler?...
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