GNDU participates in UNGA science summit

GNDU participates in UNGA science summit

Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, September 21

Guru Nanak Dev College Vice-Chancellor Prof Jaspal Singh Sandhu chaired and interacted with panel of specialists at a session of the 77th United Nations Basic Meeting Science Summit (UNGA-77).

The session was held on the subject “India’s Innovation System and Sustainable Improvement: Up to date Challenges and Method Ahead” for inter-linking evolutionary actors, organisations and establishments”. The GNDU participated within the summit for the primary time, which was held within the digital mode.

GNDU Punjab Faculty of Economics Assistant Prof Dr Swati Mehta was the convener of 4 periods from India together with colleagues from South Africa and Europe. The central theme of this 12 months’s summit is “Inclusive Science” with an goal to advertise extra in depth science collaborations between much less developed and developed nations, together with tacking international challenges via collaborative science.

Famend Indian economist, Prof Nagesh Kumar, Director and Chief Govt, Institute of Research in Industrial Improvement (ISID), and Prof Nirvikar Singh, distinguished professor of Economics, College of California, Santa Cruz, offered their discuss within the two-hour session targeted on completely different parts of Indian Innovation System.

The GNDU emphasised on India’s oldest civilisation, lovely architectural heritage, stronger philosophical foundations, astronomical advances, mathematical acumen and scientific temperament of historic and trendy instances.

Different periods are “South-South and North-South Cooperation for Innovation”, “Manufacturing throughout borders for Customers throughout borders” and “Transformative Innovation Coverage and SDGs”. These periods will put together inputs for the United Nations Summit of the Future, which can be organised throughout the UNGA-78, in September subsequent 12 months.

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