British Government has launched a new research challenge fund of 3 million pounds in India to assist scientists in the education and industry sectors to tackle the most serious global challenges such as Kovid-19 and environmental hazards.
The British High Commission said in a statement on Monday that the initiative is based on the commitment of the Indian and British Prime Ministers to bring together the best minds of the two countries under the ‘UK-India Technology Partnership’. These people will not only give a new dimension to the partnership in high-skill jobs and economic growth, but will also work together to tackle the biggest challenges in the world.
It said that the British government has launched a new research challenge fund of 3 million pounds in India to help scientists from the field of education and industry to tackle some of the most serious global challenges such as Kovid-19 and environmental hazards.
Kosh has invited people associated with innovation in the technology sector of AI-Data Group (Cluster) in Karnataka and Future Mobility Group (Cluster) in Maharashtra to tackle Covid-19 or make the planet more green. Are working They have been asked to submit their research and developmental proposals. At least 12 grants of up to 2.5 lakh pounds are expected to be given under this fund. For this, the last date for submission of two page hypothesis note is till 31 August.