Sunday 14 July 2024
HomeLatest ArticleVAIBHAV: Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik Summit 2020

VAIBHAV: Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik Summit 2020

The virtual Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV) Summit would be inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister on 2nd October 2020. The summit would be followed by a month-long deliberation sessions virtually that will start from 3rd October to 25th October 2020. It will be organized among the researchers through a webinar. The session would conclude on 2nd November 2020.

Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV) Summit

It is an initiative by S&T and Academic Organizations of India so as to enable the deliberations on thought process, practices and R&D culture along with a problem solving approach. The initiative is aimed at bringing out the comprehensive roadmap to enable the expertise and knowledge of global Indian researcher for solving the emerging and ongoing challenges.

Key Facts

  • It will reflect the collaboration and cooperation instruments with academia and scientists in India.
  • It seeks to create an ecosystem of Knowledge and Innovation in the country through a global outreach.
  • Summit aims to bring out mechanisms to advance the education, research and entrepreneurship in India as an element for sustainable development.
  • This is a joint effort of all S&T and Academic organizations.
  • The summit is meant for the NRI scientists who with Indian roots, global outlook and experience can play a vital role in the AatmaNirbhar Bharat initiative.

Objectives of the Summit

The summit will be organized in order to bring NRI scientists on a single platform so as to debate on the collaboration mechanisms and methods to strengthen S&T base in India. It will bring together their experiences and proficiency of diverse academic cultures and thus will strengthen AatmaNirbhar Bharat initiative. It will also add new dimensions to the Atal Innovation Mission.


Current Affairs 1 October 2023

Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to launch Bharatiya Bhasha Utsav and Technology & Bharatiya Bhasha Summit in New Delhi. Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy launches 5G training labs and 5G applications in all North Eastern States. Ministry of Tourism to host PATA Travel Mart 2023 in New Delhi from 4th October. DR L. Murugan leads Indian Delegation at TIFF 2023.

Current Affairs 15 November 2022

Gujarat-based NBFC tops NARCL bid for consolidated construction. 41st India International Trade Fair to begin in New Delhi. Bank of Maharashtra tops list of PSU lenders in credit growth in Q2 FY23. Indian shooters dominate 15th Asian Air Rifle Championships winning gold medals in all 4 team events. India's first privately built rocket - set for launch in 15th November.

Current Affairs 14 November 2022

New Zealand's Greg Barclay re-elected ICC chairman. UN planning to detect methane emissions using satellite data. MEA S Jaishankar meets Ukrainian counterpart; discusses nuclear concerns in conflict. Nine New Countries join Global Offshore Wind Alliance (GOWA) at COP27 in Egypt. Maharashtra in talks with centre to get back Shivaji's sword from UK.

Current Affairs 13 November 2022

IFFI 53 presents the first feature film in Indian film history to have a star cast comprising only indigenous people. Mysuru – Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. MGR Chennai Central Vande Bharat Express & Kashi Bharat Gaurav Trains flagged off by PM. PM Modi unveils 108-ft bronze statue of Bengaluru founder Nadaprabhu Kempegowda. Government notified E-waste (management) rules 2022. Centre amends Aadhaar regulation, advises updating supporting documents.

Current Affairs 12 November 2022

Centre formulates action plan to promote exports of millets and value-added products of millets. Indian Army launches single window facility ‘Veerangana Sewa Kendra’ for welfare and grievances redressal of Veer Naris. Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra becomes ‘Friendship Ambassador’ of Switzerland. India hosted the 2nd BIMSTEC Agriculture Ministers meeting. NIIFL, JBIC sign pact to encourage Japanese investment in India.

Francesco Bagnaia – first Italian to win MotoGP title since Rossi in 2009

The Ducati rider, who trailed outgoing champion Fabio Quartararo by 91 points mid-season, completed his astonishing comeback with ninth place behind race winner Alex Rins. Fabio Quartararo was fourth to finish 17 points behind Bagnaia. Spaniard Alex Rins won the race in Valencia, A Ducati rider hadn't won a title since Casey Stoner in 2007. Spaniard Augusto Fernndez won the Moto2 title.

Most Popular