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Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik Summit

Over the years, India has been able to develop a strong educations system, research institutes, industrial base to utilise the potential of its scientists and academicians. The vast talent pool of India and its resources has been instrumental in driving the development of country.

To reach newer heights, Vaibhav Summit aims to amalgamate the thought process, practices, R&D culture of Overseas and Indian scientists/academicians.

This Summit will focus on

  • Quality of science
  • Specific scientific problems that need the input from various international teams
  • Expand the productivity and visibility of research
  • Strengthen the institutional capacity in research organisations

Vaibhav Summit will be inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 2nd October 2020.

Through a series of structured deliberations and constructive dialogue, the Summit Aims to recommend mechanisms of:

  • Translational research/academic culture for tangible output
  • Strengthening the S&T base for providing the impetus to endeavour of AatmaNirbharBharat

Indian Diaspora in Research, Academic and Scientific fields are invited to register.

An initiative of DRDO (R&D wing of MoD), organised with DST, MEA, Indian S&T Organisation and MoE.

About the Summit

In the current scenario of global growth of science, technology and academics the key factors to boost R&D are:

  • Cooperatiive Development
  • Complementary Expansion
  • Inter-disciplinary Extension

With these ideas, Vaibhav points towards the system of collaboration as the new innovation.

With Indian roots, global outlook and experience, accomplished scientists, researchers and academicians of Indian descent, around the world can play a vital part in the "AatmaNirbhar Bharat" initiative promulgated by the Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.

'Vaibhav Summit' is planned with the Indian Diaspora working in the World's top universities & R&D organisations to strengthen the factors enabling the outcome driven research and education.

Theme

  • Bring Indian luminaries in academic institutes and R&D Organisations across the world, on a single platform to debate upon the collaboration mechanisms and methods to strengthen S&T base in India, with their counterparts working in India.
  • Bring together varied experiences and proficiency of diverse academic cultures together to push forward the research outcomes.
  • To strengthen “AatmaNirbhar Bharat” initiative for High End Research in Science and Technology, promulgated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.

Contours

  • Re-establishing the Vedic concept of Vishwavidyalaya as a global university
  • Enhance domestic institutional R&D capacities by amalgamating global knowledge and expertise of Non-Resident Indians
  • To evolve institutional mechanisms for creating a synergy between Indian academicians and foreign academicians of Indian descent
  • Identify the Niche areas of blue-sky research for economically viable concerted outcomes to leapfrog India as a global research destination

Verticals

  • Health, Medical Sciences & Biomedical Devices
  • Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology
  • Earth Sciences
  • Quantum Technologies
  • Materials and Processing Technologies
  • Electronics and Semiconductor Technologies
  • Communication Technologies
  • AI and ML
  • Computational Sciences
  • Data Sciences
  • Photonics
  • Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
  • Energy
  • Aerospace Technologies
  • Agro-Economy and Food Security
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Management
  • Social Sciences++

Important Dates

Inaugural 02nd October 2020
Deliberations 03rd October 2020 to 25th October 2020 -(Details to be announced soon)
Pre-meet of Overseas Indian and Indian Scientists and Academicians with PM: 30th October 2020
Proposed Date of Concluding Event 02nd November 2020

Process

Vaibhav Summit will be inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 2nd October. This will be followed by one-month long brainstorming of experts as panel discussions on the horizontals of each identified vertical to carve a path for future collaboration in the areas of interest.

  • The discussion to be led by an identified leader/moderator.
  • The discussions are on
    • Mechanisms for accomplishing various types of education, research and Entrepreneurship aspects of the scientific tasks
    • Generic Policies and Schemes for enabling the collaborations
    • Specific areas of collaborations
    • Alignment to Global Standards and Best Practices in the Vertical Research

Participate

'Vaibhav Summit' invites participation from overseas academicians & scientists for the constructive dialogue on collaboration mechanisms in the fields of Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Social Sciences, Medicine and Management etc.

Participant will receive the detailed program of the summit deliberations and invites related to his/her field.

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