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वैज्ञानिक एवं औद्योगिक अनुसंधान परिषद (सीएसआईआर) - भारत का प्रमुख औद्योगिक अनुसंधान एवं विकास संगठन, की स्थापना सन् 1942 में तत्कालीन केन्द्रीय विधान-सभा के एक प्रस्ताव द्वारा की गई थी। यह परिषद रजिस्ट्रेशन ऑफ सोसाइटीज एक्ट, 1860 के तहत पंजीकृत एक स्वायत्तशासी निकाय है। सीएसआईआर का उद्देश्य औद्योगिक प्रतिद्वंद्विता, सामाजिक कल्याण, महत्वपूर्ण सेक्टरों के लिए मजबूत एसएवंटी को उपलब्ध कराना तथा बुनियादी ज्ञान को आगे बढ़ाना है।   


सीएसआईआर के नई सहस्राब्दि में प्रवेश हेतु कार्यनीतिक रणनीति में निम्नलिखित विषय सम्मिलित किए गए हैं:

संगठनात्मक संरचना की पुनःअभियांत्रिकी;

अनुसंधान को बाजार से जोड़ना;

संसाधनों का आधार तैयार और इष्टतम करना;

सक्षम अवसंरचना का सृजन; और

उच्च गुणवत्ता विज्ञान में निवेश, जो भविष्य की प्रौद्योगिकियों का अग्रदूत होगा।


दिलचस्प तथ्य है कि भारत सरकार ने भी नई सदी के शुरूआती वर्षों में एक नई विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी नीति, 2003 घोषित की। यह विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी को मानवजाति के कल्याणकारी रूप में प्रस्तुत करती है तथा खुली, वैश्विक प्रतिद्वंद्विता; एसएवंटी के सामाजिक, आर्थिक और पर्यावरणीय परिणामों की जांच की जरूरत; तथा आक्रामक अंतरराष्ट्रीय मानदंड निर्धारण एवं आविष्कार पर जोर देती है। यह बुनियादी अनुसंधान के लिए मजबूत समर्थन की सिफारिश करती है। यह मानवबल तैयार करने और इसे महत्वपूर्ण चुनौतियों के रूप में धारण करने पर ज़ोर देती है। यह, वैज्ञानिकों और प्रौद्योगिकियों की सहभागिता के जरिये एसएवंटी अभिशासन में गतिशीलता की समर्थक है।


आज सीएसआईआर को विश्वक के बृहदतम सार्वजनिक निधिकृत आरएवंडी संगठनों  में से एक माना जाता है, जिसके संपर्क अकादमियों, आरएवंडी संगठनों और उद्योग के साथ हैं। सीएसआईआर की 38 प्रयोगशालाएं न केवल भारत के उस विशाल नेटवर्क का हिस्सा हैं, जोकि प्रत्येक भारतीय के जीवन को प्रभावित करता और गुणवत्ता प्रदान करता है, इसके साथ ही सीएसआईआर वैश्विक अनुसंधान गठबंधन के लिए कार्यरत जिसका उद्देश्यत वैश्विक निधि द्वारा विश्व कल्याण के लिए वैश्विक ज्ञानपुंज का अनुप्रयोग करना है। सीएसआईआर के अनुसंधान एवं विकास पोर्टफोलियो में खगोल विज्ञान, जैव प्रौद्योगिकी, रसायन जैसे विविध विषयों के साथ-साथ भारतीय विज्ञान के लगभग सभी विषय समाहित हैं!

 

 

 

CSIR Achievements


CSIR flying high and higher SARAS


  • SARAS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The SARAS inaugural flight


The ‘inaugural’ flight of SARAS took place at 8.20 a.m. on Sunday, 22 August 2004. All those worries about a wet morning disrupting the SARAS flying display evaporated as the SARAS soared stylishly into the skies to a thunderous ovation.


Joining the applause to hail this remarkable step forward in Indian civil aviation were Mr Kapil Sibal, Minister of State for Science & Technology and Ocean Development and CSIR’s Vice President, Dr R A Mashelkar, DG-CSIR, Dr V S Ramamurthy, Secretary, DST, Mr N R Mohanty, Chairman, HAL, Dr T S Prahlad and Directors of 35 CSIR establishments.


In his generous response, the Minister of State for Science & Technology and Ocean Development, Mr Kapil Sibal told the SARAS team: “you have given a great gift to the nation today; an order for 30 aircraft would be a small way to compensate this effort”. In his splendidly articulated address, Mr Sibal described the Sunday morning as a “day of great pride”. “As the SARAS soared skywards, our spirits soared too. You’ve grown wings for the Indian nation today!”.


Dr T S Prahlad, NAL’s former Director and, in many ways, the “Godfather” of the SARAS project, then offered a very detailed narrative of how the SARAS development unfolded. In one of his best-articulated speeches, Dr Prahlad recounted how NAL went through moments both of extreme exultation and deep disappointment. “Building a SARAS kind of aircraft with no legacy databases or expertise to fall back on is indeed a profound challenge”, he said. Dr Prahlad thanked CSIR and Dr Mashelkar for providing “vital energy” to the SARAS project.


  • Bio-Suite


"Launching of this product will put India on the global map in the knowledge area encompassing computational biology, post-genomic drug discovery and so on. The sale of Bio-Suite at competitive prices will enable the Indian students to be trained in bio-informatics and the Indian biotechnology Industry to develop newer products by using software at a fraction of the cost of imported software."


President of India

14 July 2004


  • New TB Molecule


Phase I trial of new TB molecule expected to begin in October

MUMBAI, SEPT 7 (PTI)


The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Director General Dr Raghunath A Mashelkar today said the phase I trial of `sudoterb', the new molecule for the treatment of TB, is expected to begin in October this year.


Sudoterb, the result of a private-public partnership, is expected to get mandatory clearance from the Drug Controller of India to carry out the clinical trial by the end of this month, Mashelkar told media here.


The molecule, which may help reduce the treatment time from eight months to two months, could be easily taken by poor patients, he said while highlighting some of the achievements of CSIR.


The new molecule developement is done under the New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Intiative Project launched by the CSIR and has been discovered by Lupin Laboratories in partnership with four institutions.


The drug may be available to the patients only after four years, he said adding, the venture is also in the process of developing new delivery systems for the benefit of TB patients.

 

PM's speech at the Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar Awards ceremony - September 13, 2004, New Delhi


" Let me conclude by making a few specific commitments for our government.

I reaffirm of India’s commitment to basic science, applied science and the promotion of excellence.
A commitment to rebuild the science base in the universities. This will include creating synergy between new initiatives in S&T and our university system.
A commitment to promote public-private partnerships vigorously, to increase funding for frontier areas of scientific research.
A commitment to the assurance of autonomy, accountability and de-bureaucratisation of S&T institutions.
A commitment to restructure our S&T support systems.
A commitment to create career opportunities and the potential for retaining talent in the S&T sector. "

"Science and technology is an area of special concern for our Government. I want to renew the commitment that our great leaders like Jawaharlal Nehru and Indiraji made to the development of science and technology in India. We have had a rich tradition of building a modern world-class knowledge economy in an economically developing country. Perhaps in recent times we have not done enough. But I am convinced that our country’s future and the prosperity of our people are vitally dependent upon the development of science and technology and the harnessing of the gains of S&T for development. Equally, we must renew our commitment to fostering a scientific temper among the people so that we are able to deal with the challenges at hand in a rational and reasonable manner. In this context, I propose to constitute a Science Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, to be headed by a very distinguished scientist. The SAC will advise us on strategies, policies and programmes for the development and utilisation of science and technology as an essential input for all our developmental processes "
    
"....... there is an under-explored international dimension to S&T in our country. This pertains to engaging with the developing world. Developing countries seek to benefit from our experience in building a good base in R&D. There is a great opportunity for us to increase our presence, influence and future trade prospects in the developing world by strengthening S&T linkages through cooperation and networking. These can be achieved through a mix of governmental outreach and academic and non-governmental contacts. Special attention should be given to forging new collaborative programmes and research links, particularly with countries in Africa, Central Asia and our neighbourhood."


INDIA-UK Joint Declaration, September 20, 2004 London (Signed by Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and Tony Blair in London.)

The UK and India already co-operate closely on science and technology. We have established a Joint Committee on Science and Technology and a networking scheme that enables scientists to meet each other, exchange research ideas and establish links. We will now enhance existing collaboration and identify new areas for co-operation in fields such as: climate change, alternative and clean energy technologies, environmental science, commercial applications of high technology like biotech and bio-informatics, nano-technology, agriculture, and health research and development. We will encourage collaborative opportunities in these areas.

 
यह साइट मोजि़ला फायरफॉक्स्, इंटरनेट एक्सप्लोरर 8 तथा उससे अधिक व स्क्रीधन रेसोल्यूशन 1024 X768 या अधिक पर सबसे अच्छी तरह से देखी जा सकती है ।