• chandra
    Programme". It was Sarabhai who put India on the international map in the field of space research. He made equally pioneering contributions in other fields and worked in the fields of textiles, pharmaceuticals, nuclear power, electronics and many others incessantly. Sarabhai was a creative scientist, a...
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  • Development of Scince and Technology in India
    designed in India. The peaceful nuclear programme also includes producing radio-isotopes for use in agriculture, medicine, industry and research. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), under the Department of Space (DOS), is responsible for research, development and operation in space systems in...
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  • Gagag
    , near Maruda Takkar hill has been confirmed following research carried out by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). ► India Pakistan ► Fund IndiaIndia Government ► Times of India E-mail this Article | Post a Comment Contribution of Women in Medicine, British India...
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  • Dr, Abdul kalam
    contribution to the advancement of science and technology is unique and commendable. His scholarly research publications, articles, books etc. have opened new avenues for research and studies in the area of aeronautics, ballistics, and metallurgy. Dr. Kalam has received a host of awards both in India...
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  • technology
    something like 55 Doppler Weather Radars and this was the first order for about 12 units. It struck me odd because in the late 90’s, we (India Meteorological Department) had funded Bharat Electronics and the Department of Space to design, build and install a Doppler Weather Radar and it is...
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  • India and World Science
    .Thanks to our prominent scientists, Aryabhatta, Ramanujan,C.V Raman, Anil Kakodar, Srinivas and others who have made valuable contributions to scientific development. The Independent India has made quantum leap in the field of scientific development and today we have about 200 research...
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  • Great Indian and Their Contribution to the World
    Great Indian and their contribution to the World The contributions to the world by india is remarkable and is unending from science to astrology to medical science and yoga, everywhere and still calm and compost. Following are some of the great indians with their extreme inventions and their...
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  • About Science & Technology
    infrastructure in India today that it encompasses S&T organisations under the Central Government, State Government as well as public and private sectors working in areas as diverse as agriculture and healthcare on the one hand and nuclear and space research on the other. Significant contributors are the large...
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  • Sample Papers
    ECONOMICS Textbook for Class IX o n T li R b E u C ep N r © e b to t d e h s ISBN 81-7450-517-2 First Edition March 2006 Phalguna 1927 Reprinted December 2006 Pausa 1928 December 2007 Agrahayana 1929 February 2009 Magha 1930 PD 365T RNB © National Council of Educational Research and...
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  • India and World Science
    . | ISRO along with DOS (department of s[pic]pace) is responsible for the growth space research in India. India is now one of the most developed nations in space research in the whole world. It is one of the top 5 nations in space research. Chandrayaan-1, India's first mission to Moon, was launched...
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  • Jnu Sjsdfjlsljsdjfnds
    achievement and extraordinary potential. It is argued that unless another major shift in S&T policy occurs in the country, there is a real danger that India will not go beyond being a blue-collar S&T power in the world. Keywords India’s economic growth; Technology development in India, Indian space...
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  • Irp - How to Create an Irp
    research report is as given below: Author(s), Title of the book, Name of the publisher, Place of publication, Year of publication. Some examples of such references are as shown below: Gopal,akrishnan, P. and M. Sundaresan, Materials Management: An Integrated Approach, Prentice-Hall of India...
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  • Facts About Chandrayaan
    G. Madhavan Nair  – Chairman, Indian Space Research Organization G. Madhavan Nair is the former Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation and Secretary to the Department of Space, Government of India since September 2003. He is also the Chairman, Space Commission and acts as the Chairman...
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  • CERN
    around 1,00,000 dual layer DVD’s every year. There’s even an LHC rap (Music group of CERN), which pretty much explain everything. Relation between INDIA and CERN: High-energy physicists from India, mainly from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), have been...
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  • Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam
    aerospace engineer with Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).[1] Kalam is popularly known as the Missile Man of India for his work on the development of ballistic missile and launch vehicle technology.[2] He played a pivotal...
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  • Business Ethics
    links, customer networks, local authorities, and high education/research institutions. TBIs in India also provide basic/ infrastructure facilities such as work space, meeting room, reception area, computing and communications, office equipment, networking areas, lab space, and utilities. TBI also...
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  • Technology
    barely 3.5 Billion $s). Apart from this the contribution of Corporate India is poor (only 15%) in this. A good part of it goes into Strategic research budget like space and defense. Another Measure of technological Environment in the country is the Number of International patents filed by the...
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  • Verbal & Non Verbal Communication: a Managerial Mandate in Conflict Resolution and Communicating Employee Responsibility and Right.
    Name of Research Scholar: Krishan Kumar Tanwani (Singhania University) Under supervision of Dr. Sanjeev Bansal TITLE OF THE RESEARCH STUDY “REAL ESTATE IN INDIA AND ABROAD: An Imperative Study” Abstract The Real Estate is a very wide concept and it is highly affected by the macro-economic...
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  • Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
    nuclear test by India in 1974. He is chancellor of Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology(Thiruvanthapuram), a professor at Anna University (Chennai) and adjunct/visiting faculty at many other academic and research institutions across India. In his book India 2020 APJ Abdul Kalam...
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  • Firstsource Analysis
    in Sep 2007, the share of healthcare segment went up to 38% in Q1FY11 from 9% in FY07. The other verticals contributions are Telecom (26%), BFSI (24%) and ABU (10%) in Q1FY11.   Table 2 - Revenue by geographies Particulars US and Canada UK India Rest of the World Source: Company, ABML Research...
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