The ambitious Pradhan Mantri Innovation Learning Programme - DHRUV - will kick start at ISRO in Bengaluru today and conclude on the 24th of this month at IIT, Delhi. Sixty brightest and talented students from Science, Mathematics and Performing Arts have been chosen for the program.
It aims to further sharpen innovative imagination, skills, and knowledge of the students who are expected to contribute to bringing solutions to socio-economic, political and environmental issues in the country.
Briefing media in New Delhi, Human Resource Development Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said, after getting training, the students can contribute to making the vision of a 5-trillion dollar economy a reality and also provide a solution to climate change.
He said Scientific Advisor to the Prime Minister and the ISRO Chairman are expected to participate in the event. (AIR NEWS)