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'Celebrating the Sciences' with Infosys Science Foundation

India Blooms News Service | 27 Jun 2015, 06:03 am
Thiruvananthapuram, June 26 (IBNS): In its quest to spread the culture of Science and Research and create pathways for India’s collective future, the Infosys Science Foundation brought together great minds with a view to ‘Celebrating the Sciences’ in Trivandrum.

The event was inaugurated by Governor of Kerala Justice P. Sathasivam.

The event was organized by the Infosys Science Foundation with an objective to provide students a glimpse into inspiring research, as an endeavor to champion the cause of securing India’s scientific future by motivating young minds to take careers in the field of pure and social sciences.

During his keynote address, the Governor emphasised the transformative power of science as a powerful medium to feed innovation and progress in society.

He also dwelled upon the need for recognition and encouragement for researchers in Kerala to carry out world-class research and lauded the Infosys Science Foundation for epitomizing these virtues in the country.

Speaking on the occasion S.D. Shibulal, President of the Board of Trustees 2015, Infosys Science Foundation said, “There has been tremendous growth in academic facilities at all levels of education in Kerala in the past few decades. It is heartening to note that the Government of Kerala is focussing on creating opportunities for people to take up research as a career and their supportis remarkable.” He further added, “We hope that the Infosys Prize winners will serve as role models for Young India. ‘Celebrating the Sciences’ is an attempt to highlight excellent research inIndia, especially Kerala.”

'Celebrating the Sciences' with Infosys Science Foundation

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