With around 300 sunny days a year and a potential 748 GW solar energy output, India is using its National Solar Mission to harness this power. Continue Reading
Deepak Dwivedi holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Metallurgical Engineering. He has submitted his Ph.D. thesis, worked at different universities like Curtin University, Australia and the University of Cambridge, the UK during his Ph.D. He has been a recipient of various awards including prestigious “Balshree award” (one of the highest award in India for the children under the age group up to 16 years) by H.E. The President of India, Child scientist award (2006 and 2007) by H.E. The President of India (Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India) Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Nehru Scholarship by NCERT, MHRD, National Merit scholarship by MHRD and awarded by Institution of Engineers (India) (CG chapter) for outstanding contribution in research at an early stage. He holds state rank in high school certificate exam (95.5%), state rank in higher secondary exam (94%) and university merit rank in Enginering.
India is heading in the right direction, but it needs to step up its game by redeveloping science education. Continue ReadingJuly 30, 2020