Home Tags Prime Minister

Tag: Prime Minister

Government is Planning to give PM Research Fellowships for Students Passing out of IITs

PM fellowships for IIT students

Government mulling PM’s research fellowships for IIT pass-outs from next year

The government of India has realised the shortage of research oriented talent from past few decades. With an aim to encourage talented creamy layer to take up research, the government is planning to provide “Prime Minister’s Research Fellowships” for IIT pass outs.

“A committee headed by former IIT Mumbai Director and eminent scientist Anil Kakodkar too had recommended that third-year students of IITs and NITs should be initiated into PhD programmes,” a senior functionary said.

The IIT Council will be meeting on Tuesday and discuss the fellowship issue and guidelines to implement the scheme from next academic year.
The main aim of the fellowship is to encourage the best talent to enter research work especially in IIT’s.

India is Expected to have 730 million Web Users by 2020 says NASSCOM Report

According to top officials from HRd ministry, that the quality of research is directly related to the quality of people, hence its is important to encourage the research.Keeping this in mind, the Human Resource Department Ministry is planning to implement ‘PM Research Fellowship’ for around 1,000 students from the next academic year.

It is said that B.Tech students pursuing their degree in IIT can enrol for PhD on completion of their course. The students need to write the research outline in the area of interest which will be evaluated by the panel constituted by IIT Board.

US Air Force Secretary Praises Sankat Mochan Operation by Indian Air Force

According to the sources “A government panel headed by eminent scientist Anil Kakodkar had recommended that third-year students of IITs and NITs should be initiated into PhD programmes. There is a need to identify and encourage the best talents in IITs for quality research. The government has decided to discuss the issue for raising the overall standard of research and innovation in the country,”

The government of India has launched imprint India (Impacting Research Innovation and Technology) a 1000 Cr project to encourage research in the field of Science and Engineering.

PM Narendra Modi to Address Citizens in Obama Style Town-hall Meet


MyGov: Prime Minister First town-hall Meeting in Obama Style to be held Today

Mere Pyare Bharat Vasiyo” the famous addressing by PM Narendra Modi will be heard again today, he will be addressing citizens at an indoor stadium today in the evening. The session will be held for one hour, and the people will be chosen from the Government web portal MyGov engagements.

This is the first such session held by a prime minister of our country, which is being compared to Obama style Town-hall meeting.

The event is attributed to the two-year completion of the mygov citizens’ engagement platform. The event will be held at Indira Gandhi Stadium Complex, New Delhi from 9.30 am onwards. Various multiple panel discussions are planned for the event. The event will witness a new app launch through which users can connect to PM’s office.

IBM collaborated with Apple to launch ‘Development Hub’ in India

The meeting will be started at 5’o clock today. About 2000 active mygov users have been invited to participate in the meet. “They would be selected from among the regular users of MyGov, based on their ideas, level of engagement, questions and suggestions,” said MyGov Chief Executive Officer Gaurav Dwivedi.

The whole event is divided into four sessions, which is based on a theme, “DO, DISCUSS, DISSEMINATE” before the prime minister address the meet.

Good News! 7th Pay Commission Arrears To Be Paid In One Installment

FIRST SESSION: will include Innovation Contests, e-Greetings Contests, Volunteering, Poll, Design Contests and Survey functionalities of MyGov.

SECOND SESSION- The government officials would be seated alongside the mygov contributors, and they will discuss the brainstorming ideas and experiences.

THIRD SESSION:Discussion on improving user base, introducing new features, improve the user experience.

FOURTH SESSION: DISSEMINATE will focus on #TransformingIndia website www.transformingindia.mygov.in, e-Sampark portal and LIVE Events (Talks). Ministers from union government and media personalities will take over the session.

Indian government to spend $150 billion to Modernise the Armed Forces

The event will be marked to an end with the PM Narendra Modi speech. The winners of the competitions are invited to participate in the event to receive the awards from the prime minister. Mygovt contests were Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat, Governance Quiz, India-Africa Quiz and Duties of a Citizen.

Mygovt web portal has about 3.5 million registered users, and 3.4 million commented in various discussions.

Indian government to spend $150 billion to Modernise the Armed Forces

Indian Army

The Government of India under the eminent leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning to modernise all the equipment of the Indian Armed forces.It is reportedly known that NDA-led Government is allotting a whopping amount of $150 billion for refurbishing the weapons and tankers.

Sources said that the PM is very keen on strengthening the Armed Forces.The government is also making private company executives and makers check the ground reality of the usage of the Armor.The idea is to make the individual makers a clear picture of how to make devices that comfort the soldiers in using them.

India’s First Women Fighter Pilots Commissioned Today

Earlier this month, more than 200 representatives of defence companies — big and small, local and foreign — got unprecedented access to India’s secretive military. At two events in the western city of Ahmednagar, they crawled inside tanks, learned about the army’s equipment needs and spoke with troops on the front lines in Kashmir, a region also claimed by primary rival Pakistan.

“You could feel how the soldier would adjust themselves in a tight space,” said Rajesh Khurana, an associate vice-president at Bharat Forge Ltd., a major Indian manufacturing defence firm, who noted that he climbed inside of a tank. “It was a pretty intimate affair.”

Will Kohinoor reach India from Britain under MODI Govt?

The new-found transparency is part of Modi’s efforts to transform the world’s biggest arms importer into a defense manufacturing powerhouse as he spends $150 billion over the next decade to modernise the armed forces. Closer collaboration with the military would increase the technological capacity of local companies and create jobs as more than 10 million Indians join the work force each year.

Narendra Modi to modernise Armed forces

Opening up

“We’ve seen the army open up under this current leadership,” said Jayant D. Patil, a senior vice-president with Larsen & Toubro Ltd., which makes parts for everything from missiles to submarines. “The army is trying to build a relationship with the private sector. They’re communicating what their real needs are and want us to know what kind of problems they see in their day to day life — and then industry can build solutions.”

For the past few decades, publicly owned defence companies have repeatedly failed to do just that.

Almost two-thirds of the army’s contracts for critical weapons and equipment concluded from 2007 to 2012 — worth nearly $4.5 billion — were delayed, India’s national auditor said in a report this week. The foot-dragging was so severe that it “hampered” the military’s modernization plan and impacted defence preparedness, the report said, blaming the delays in part on a “heavy dependence” on imported weapons.

Arms imports

Nitin Wakankar, a defence ministry spokesman, had no comment on the auditor’s report. In response to questions, the army said the Ahmednagar events stemmed from Modi’s campaign for companies to “Make in India.” The policy aimed to “harness the preparedness of the Indian private industry towards meeting the felt-needs of the armed forces” and “reduce dependence on foreign vendors,” it said.

India relies on imports for 60% of its defence requirements, much of which has come from Russia due to a previous Cold War alliance between Delhi and the Soviet Union. Of late, it has bought more weapons from the US, becoming one of the top markets for American defence companies.

The Ahmednagar events featured executives from Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Tata Group, Larsen & Toubro and Bharat Forge. Participation among foreign defence companies was limited to those with India offices, including Honeywell International Inc. and Dassault Aviation SA.

‘Blind guess’

All attendees had to be Indian nationals, vetted and approved by the army. The invitations to small-and-medium-sized defence firms were a first in a sector that prizes scale and a country that tends to favour conglomerates.

UIDAI eyes Aadhaar-Enabled Smartphones to ease access to Govt Services

Subimal Bhattacharjee, a security expert and former India country head for US-based defence firm General Dynamics Corp., said the military went beyond merely talking about its equipment: Army officials, who wanted a new engine design, actually gave six Russian-made infantry combat vehicles to two private companies.

“You have a chance to see the car with the whole team, to have a clear understanding of what can be done,” said Bhattacharjee, who attended the event. “You don’t have to make a blind guess. You have a vehicle to yourself that you can play around with and understand better.”

Defence failures

India’s defence companies have a long track record of failing to deliver. A 40-year effort by the government to develop a battlefield tank has yet to produce anything the army can use. Similarly, a project to build an anti-tank guided missile has seen repeated setbacks, forcing India to acquire them from Russia, France and Israel.

The army had previously refused to discuss procurement projects unless they received a formal request, Deepak Sinha, a retired Army veteran who oversaw procurement for the Indian Special Forces, said in an e-mail. And even then the military never told defence contractors about “procurement philosophy or plans,” he said.

“The army has always preferred to keep interaction with business houses to the minimum,” said Sinha, who served in the military for more than three decades. “This interaction with business executives would certainly be a first and an excellent omen at that.”


APJ Abdul Kalam 1st Death Anniversary: Top 10 Inspiring Quotes of Peoples’ President

APJ Abdul Kalam

One of the greatest scientists of India, Known as the Missile Man of India, Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Kalam well known  as A.P.J Abdul Kalam was born on 15th October 1931. Here are some Inspirational Quotes from APJ Abdul Kalam

He has given major contribution and service to the country in the fields of science and Aerospace.He is the main reason behind the ISV’s and Under his leadership, Missiles like Agni,Prithvi are developed.Kalam sir has also served as the Chief Scientific advisor of the Prime Minister of India.He was awarded with many awards including Bharat Ratna,highest Civilian Award of India.He is one of the humblest Presidents India has ever got.

AKTU to Introduce Mobile App in Abdul Kalam’s Memory

Today is Kalam Death Anniversary, Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam died at the age of 83 on 27th of July while delivering a speech at an event addressing the students of Indian Institute of Management, Shillong, Meghalaya, India. His funeral was held in his hometown Rameswaram attended by many Dignitaries hailing his Excellence and Service towards the country.

On his memory we are providing most memorable quotes of APJ Abdul Kalam

APJ Abdul Kalam Quotes

“The country doesn’t deserve anything less than Success from us.Let us aim for success”APJ Abdul Kalam top 10 quotes

A.P.J Abdul Kalam Quotes

“Dreams transform into thoughts and thoughts Result in action.Dreams are not those which come while we are sleeping, but dreams are those when you don’t sleep before fulfilling them.”

APJ Abdul Kalam top 10 quotes

“For great men,religion is a way of making friends;small people make religion a fighting tool”

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

“If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful mind I strongly feel there are three so Societal members who can make a difference. they are the father, the mother and the teacher.”

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

“We will be remembered only if we give to our  younger generation a prosperous and safe India,resulting out of economic prosperity coupled with civilization heritage.”

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

Be active! Take on responsibility! work for the things you believe in if you do not,you are sounding your fate to others.

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

“The sides of the mountains sustain life ,not the peak. this is where things grow, experience is gained, and technologies are  mastered. The importance of the peak lies only in the fact that it defines the sides.”

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

Kargil vijay diwas : Nation Pays tribute to Martyrs of Indian Army

“What is secret of success ?Right decisions

How do you make right decisions ?Experience

how do you gain experience ?

Wrong decisions”

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

Learning your creativity ,creativity leads to thinking,thinking provides knowledge,Knowledge makes you  great.

A.P.J.-Abdul-Kalam top 10 quotes

“If you want to leave your footprints on the sands of time do not drag your feet”

APJ Abdul Kalam top 10 quotes

“We are all born with a divine fire in US our efforts should be to give wingsto this fire and fill the world with the glow of its goodness”

APJ Abdul Kalam top 10 quotes

Casino Utan Svensk Licens med trustly / bankID 2021