Genesis - XVÂ Symposium
Date: 4th January, 2017 | Time: 9.30 am to 5.00 pm
Genesis - a one day symposium is organized concurrent to the congress bringing together Captains and Thought Leaders from the sector face-to-face with leading Scientists and Academicians to drive the agenda on contemporary issues. The Genesis Symposium was introduced in the year 2000 with the objective to bridge the gap between science and industry.
The Focal Theme of 15th Genesis Symposium,Â Indian Industry Catalyzing National Development Through Â“"Science, Technology and InnovationÂ”" is aligned with the theme of 104th Indian Science Congress.
Innovation is the buzz word for success and Make In India is the mission for Industry to drive the Nation's Development. It is the new entrepreneur, the Start-up and the SME's with a novel innovation, who will be a critical player in the socio economic growth plans of the Government of India. And this is reinforced with the Prime MinisterÂ’s mandate of Make in India.
The Genesis Symposium invites the Leading Industries, R&D Institutes and Trade Associations of India to Discover, Nurture and Accelerate this Innovation and Entrepreneurship, through acquisition of novel technologies, vendor development programmes, mentoring, incubation, etc.
Participate in the Genesis Symposium to share your views, to know more and to make the right connections to grow your business.
PAST THEMES - Genesis
ISC 2016 - Realising the Make in India Mission through Indigenous Development - Role of MSME
ISC 2015 - Role of Science and Technology in realising the Â“Make in IndiaÂ” dream into a reality
ISC 2013 - India R&D Vision, Innovation and the Opportunities for Industry Growth
ISC 2012 - Role of Women in IndiaÂ’s march as an Emerging Economy - Science/Health/Education/Empowerment
ISC 2011 - Innovative PPP models to foster excellence in R&D in Indian Institutes
ISC 2010 - Are We Ready for Aerospace Industry Revolution in IndiaÂ
ISC 2009 - Need for Innovative PPP Models for Promoting Science
ISC 2007 - Energy and Environment Security Challenges
ISC 2006 - How Frontier Technologies will Drive Integrated Rural Development
ISC 2005 - Health Technologies as Fulcrum of Development for the Nation
ISC 2004 - Sustained Agrovision: Role of Frontier Science & Technology
ISC 2003 - Leadership through Technology
ISC 2001 - Food, Nutrition & Environmental Security: Crusade for Global Excellence
ISC 2000 - Why do Indian Genes Reflect Differently in the Silicon Valley?
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