The Indian economy has undergone a structural change over the last decade, and technology aided by qualified manpower resources has played an important role in bringing about this transformation.
It is also clear that India is increasingly integrating itself with the world economy to become globally competitive, as demonstrated by its increasing share in world exports. To sustain this trend, the government is consciously bringing in Science, Innovation and Technology (SIT) to the centre stage and integrating it with the developmental agenda of the nation.
- Food-, nutritional-, energy- & environmental security
- Water and natural resources management, affordable health-care and climate change
- Human development (health, education and gender equality)