The products developed are UVC Trolley, UVC Safe Box, UVC Cabinet, UVC (handheld) Safe Blade
"Viewing the current market situation and the inevitable competition in the near future, it will be only wise to strive to improve your learning curve."
Initiative aimed to accelerate and support the indigenous innovations in medical technologies
IIT Madras is the ‘Knowledge Partner’ of Tamil Nadu Defence Corridor and was part of the TIDCO (Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation) Pavilion in the Expo. The efforts of defence-related startups that are being incubated by IIT Madras were on display.
"We strongly believe that mass acceptance is crucial for the success of any new technology and continuity of business."
On the issue of biodiversity being endangered, she said that biodiversity is not just threatened in India but around the world.
"We are well aligned with our country's mission to ensure the benefits of the digital revolution reach the last mile."
Over 100 builders, developers, building material suppliers, research and technology development institutes and financial institutions will be showcasing their products and technologies at the upcoming Treda Property Show.
"In terms of countries that I think are in remarkable places in their development, classic one is India; one of my first visits."
This comes in the backdrop of the emerging talent pool and renewed focus by industry and other ecosystem players on this space in the last four to five years.
Etela Rajender, Minister for Health, Medical and Family Welfare, is expected to inaugurate the healthcare summit.
The "New-collar Employability Skills Programme" will engage students through an on-campus approach in a 204 hour-long blended training model at colleages in Karnataka, Haryana and the NCR.
It suggests that 10 countries -- including the world's largest producer and consumer of banana India and the fourth largest producer, Brazil -- are predicted to see a significant decline in crop yields.
IIT Kharagpur is the lead Indian partner of the multi-institutional, multi-crore Saraswati 2.0 project for treatment and reuse of water, a statement issued by the institute on Wednesday said.