Jul 01, 2024

Viksit Bharat 2047

ECED and CSED organised talks 

As part of the 'Viksit Bharat 2047' agenda, the Government of India's ambitious vision plan to transform the nation into a developed country by 2047, two insightful online talks were successfully conducted by two engineering department of NIT Calicut. These events, focusing on advanced topics in science and technology, provided valuable insights into areas crucial for India's progress.

Dr. Akshay K., Assistant Professor School of Electrical Sciences ( Electronics & Communication Engineering), IIT Bhubaneswar, delivered a compelling talk on the opportunities and challenges faced by India’s semiconductor mission. 

Delivering a talk organised by the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, he emphasized the significance of developing a robust semiconductor industry in achieving technological self-reliance and highlighted the potential growth and investment opportunities within this sector. The talk underscored the pivotal role of semiconductors in driving innovation and economic growth in India.

In the second talk organised by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dr. Deepak Roshan V G, Associate Professor, Division of Genetics, Malabar Cancer Centre, Thalassery, Kannur, Kerala, explored the transformative potential of genome research in cancer treatment. 

He discussed recent advancements in genetic research and their implications for personalized cancer therapies. Dr. Roshan highlighted how understanding genetic variations can lead to more effective and targeted treatments, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

Both talks aligned seamlessly with the 'Viksit Bharat 2047' agenda's focus on harnessing scientific research and technological advancements to propel India towards a developed nation status. The sessions were well-received, attracting a diverse audience of professionals, researchers, and students, all keen to contribute to India's growth and development.