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GOVERNMENT SCHEMES FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi has launched ‘Lab Land’scheme in 2014. The objective of this scheme is to increase agricultural production along with the rational use of water. For this, the PM has coined a mantra ‘per drop more crop’. He has motivated agricultural scientists for the use of scientific technologies to help raise the agricultural production. In this scheme, the stress is given on

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KEY TO DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL INDIA-Use of Science & Technology

RATIONAL USE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: KEY TO DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL INDIA Around 70% of the country’s population lives in rural areas. Thus, the development of rural India shall reflect development of the whole country. For this to happen, an intensive focus on conservation of natural resources and use of sustainable technologies will have to become a prerequisite. In our villages, millions still cook using fossil fuels in earthen wares.

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EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA-Part 3

EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA (EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA)'s Article is in three part. EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA-Part 3 , Click here to read => EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF INDIA-part 1 Click here to Read => EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA-Part 2 27. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan Venkatraman ’Venki’Ramakrishnan was born in 1952. He is an Indian-American and British structural

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EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA-Part 2

EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA (EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA)'s Article is in three part. EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA-Part 2 , CLICK HERE TO READ => EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF INDIA- part 1 Click here to read => EMINENT SCIENTISTS AND SCHOLARS OF MODERN INDIA-Part 3 14. K. Radhakrishnan Koppillil Radhakrishnan was born on 29 August 1949. He was appointed in December

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