PM Modi Adds Jai Anusandhan To Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan And Jai Vigyan

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PM Modi was speaking on Future India: Science and Technology at the 106th Indian Science Congress.

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday added "Jai Anusandhan" to former prime minister Lal Bahadur Shastri's popular slogan "Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan" and Atal Bihari Vajpayee's "Jai Vigyan".

PM Modi was speaking on Future India: Science and Technology at the 106th Indian Science Congress in Jalandhar.

PM Modi said the life and works of Indian scientists are a testament of the integration of deep fundamental insights with technology development and nation building.

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"Today's new slogan is Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan and Jai Anusandhan. I would like to add Jai Anusandhan to it," PM Modi said.

PM Modi added that it was through science that India was transforming its present and working to secure its future.

"2018 was a good year for Indian science. Our achievements this year include production of aviation grade biofuel, Divya Nayan — a machine for visually impaired, inexpensive devices for diagnosis of cervical cancer, TB, dengue and a real-time landslide warning system," he said.

"We need strong pathways to commercialisation that leverage our research and development achievements, through industrial products," he said.

PM Modi added that the future is about convergence and connected technologies.

"We should catalyse, harness and manage change for the nation's prosperity. Our strengths in R&D are built on the backbone of our national laboratories, central universities, IIT, IISc, TIFR & IISER. However, over 95 per cent of our students go to state universities and colleges," PM Modi said.

PM Modi also said that a strong research ecosystem must be developed in such universities and colleges.

"I call upon the Prime Minister's Science, Technology and Innovation Council to discuss these issues in detail and formulate an action plan in consultation with the Ministry of Human Resource Development to boost research in our colleges and state universities," he said.

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