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Pooja , VII-B
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JSS International School
Dubai
Posted On 17- April-2011


Answer:

Prof. Vikram Sarabhai

Bhumika , VIII-A
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JSS International School
Dubai
Posted On 17 - April - 2011


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My primary school teacher teaching, how the birds fly, inspired me to have a vision and aim in life.

AmruthaVarsha , Class: III Year BDS
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The Oxford Dental Hospital & College
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Any scientific mission has a societal relevance. Particularly all the Indian space missions have a societal relevance and contribution to the development of science and technologies. That will benefit the nation development. Whether it is Remote sensing, telecommunication, meteorology or Chandrayan to moon, it has the purpose of serving the humanity as a whole. Country?s development is not only measured how it provides good governance, but all around development including science and technology. India is trying to achieve excellence in all the fields including good governance, Space mission is one of the area where India is doing well.

Chitra , Class: VII Sem. Computer Science En
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The Oxford College of Engineering
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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No. My father didn?t insist to become an IAS Officer. It is my teacher Sivasubramania Iyer who made me thing to fly. He gave me the wings to fly.

Muralidhar , III Sem. M.Tech Mechanical Engg.,
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The Oxford College of Engineering
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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It is the responsibility of the institution to produce employable candidates with the necessary skills required for the industry. We need to have a adaptive syllabus to meet the industrial requirements. We need quality teachers, quality laboratories and quality content and good libraries. Certainly 11th plan projection will address these requirements.

Jan Prestely , Class: MCA VTU
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The Oxford College of Engineering (MCAVTU ?Program
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Students can contribute for making the environment clean, neighbourhood clean and the city clean, state clean which will certainly make the tourism successful in India.

Shanawas Khan , MBA II year
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The Oxford College of Business Management
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Agriculture is the core competence of India. Certainly India will witness 9 to 10% Agriculture growth rate. We have seen many success stories in India in doubling the food production and achieving 9% growth rate in agriculture. What we need to do is the value addition and agro food processing, while launching the second green revolution movement with system oriented approach towards farming, supporting organic and precision farming in a big way with micro irrigation, drip irrigation and provide quality seeds along with storage and distribution chain with market connectivity. If every youth thing that ?I can do it?, ?We can do it? and ?India can do it? and become an economically developed nation before 2020.

Nikil Biraj , MBA II year
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The Oxford College of Business Management
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Science is a life time mission. Hence India is taking steps to attract the scientific talent and thus created IISER in many regions. I have requested ISRO, DRDO, DAE, CSIR will come out innovative schemes to attract the students towards basic science and research

Dr.Bharathi , Dept: HOD-Microbiology
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The Oxford College of Science
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Technology can never replace teacher. A teacher can give value based education to a child, build ethical foundation, nurture creativity and give the child compassion and love. This cannot be replaced by the technology.

Shwetha , Class: X ?B?
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The Oxford English High School (State Board)
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


Answer:

This is not true. First we should not compare with any country. Our scientific missions are according to the needs of the society and dynamic in nature.



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