The Journey of Science and Research

“Scientific knowledge is in perpetual evolution; it finds itself changed from one day to the next.” - Jean Piaget

There is no doubt that India has been a land where science and technology has a strong hold over the society’s development. Dating back to the ancient times where civilization was at its peak at that time, science and technology had a grip over all the aspects of how the kingdoms evolved. Through numerous archeological findings, it has been revealed that the architecture as well as scientific development were exceptionally well.

Since then, there were numerous great scientists who have contributed to the development of society. From giving the world the decimal digits to performing facial surgery, ancient Indians have contributed towards various sectors that are present today.

To name a few, India has given the world some of the precious works such as Bose–Einstein statistics by Physicist Satyendra Nath Bose, Raman scattering or Raman effect by C.V. Raman, the father of Indian atomic energy—Homi J. Bhabha, and so on. Today, India is one of the few nations where research and development has been taking place in almost all the verticals. From science and technology, biosciences, medicine to applied science, engineering and space science and astronomy, research and development in India has been evolving.

The period post the independence had a major role in shaping the nation what we see today. Since indepence until today, the educational system has changed gradually. This lies true to the research and development wing as well. From awarding the first Ph.D. at Bombay University to numerous capable minds presenting their thesis, the country has indeed developed.

This development not only means an increase in the number of institutes and universities offering research oriented courses, it also means change in the way the students think. Over the years, we have witnessed a diverse change in the documentation process and the development in techniques.

Elevation in the methodologies has been observed which has ultimately provided us with a number of complex yet efficient designs for research and development. In addition, the quality of research provided by the institutions has considerably increased. Due to which, students can receive benefits for their career growth in all the aspects.

Having said that, in our edition 10 Best Research Institute in India, we have presented institutions and universities which offer world class research facilities to its students. On the cover we have Sugarcane Breeding Institute, ICAR.

We are proud to feature the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Delhi; Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF); Nansen Environmental Research Centre India (NERCI) and School of Bio Sciences and Technology, VIT University, Vellore.

We would also like to mention ICMR Advanced Centre for Genomics of Diabetes, Chennai;
Kerala Forest Research Institute, Kerala; CSIR - Central Food Technological Research Institute; Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology. Apart from this, we are happy to mention Agharkar Research Institute and Physical Research Laboratory (PRL).

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