11-27-2014, 09:06 PM
Major research centers in India are more scientific partnerships to remote areas of the country, especially the northeastern states while working with the Indo-French Centre for the Promotion of Advanced Research (CEFIPRA) narrated by an official on Thursday.
CEFIPRA is India's first and only organization in France and bilateral committed towards the promotion of cooperation between the scientific communities of the two countries through the chain of knowledge innovation. The center was created in 1987 and received financial support from the Department of Science and Technology, under the central government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France.
"We want to reach the most remote corners now and we are trying to get US northeastern most part," Council member CEFIPRA A. Ajayaghosh an exceptional scientist at CSIR-CSIR-NIIST Thiruvananthapuram. CEFIPRA Council has 10 members, including five from France and India. In addition to funding research in different scientific disciplines, also organizes exchange visits of the French and Indian scientists, providing them the opportunity to work in the laboratories of French India.
"We want students from the northeast to submit research proposals. There are several projects in this area, but there is a gap," A. Sathidevi, scientific officer of the center. "We are the representatives of different scientific institutions from the Northeast here to find out why there is a gap and try to spread our initiative," he said. The CEFIPRA here.a is organizing a two-day outreach program
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