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Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,
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IJCEA 2013 Vol.4 (2): 66-68 ISSN: 2010-0221
DOI: 10.7763/IJCEA.2013.V4.264

Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in Indian Scenario

V. JaiGanesh and P. K. Nagarajan
Abstract—Exponential Growth of Technology in India has played a significant role in all round development and growth of economy in our country. Sustainable development is an emerging area, because it addresses the socio economic development of every human being. India has opted for a judicious mix of indigenous and imported technology. Purchase of technology is commonly called “Technology transfer” and it is generally covered by a technology transfer agreement. This work focuses on the key areas of sustainable developments and scientific contributions towards it. This write-up almost identifies the critical issues or problems associated with sustainable development. Identifying the problems and giving the necessary recommendations for solving the problems encountered. The development of any country is almost depends on the advancement in developing the technology in different fields. The revolution takes place between eighteenth and nineteenth centuries makes a world to think differently in the science and technology steam engines, textile, printing etc. Countries that take part across this industrial revolution are developed much more than other countries because the machine occupies the work more from men. Further advancements in twentieth century in space, aircraft, computers, biotech and information technology are boost the developed nations much advanced. The new technology with young minds creates a synergy both in knowledge and resource utilization.

Index Terms—Sustainable development, science and technology, government of India, nuclear technology, biotechnology, immediate technology.

The authors are with Department of Mechanical Engineering, S.A. Engineering College, Veerarahavapuram, Tiruverkadu Post, Poonamallee-Avadi Road, Chennai – 600 077(e-mail: drjai@saec.ac.in, pknagarajan@saec.ac.in).

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Cite:V. JaiGanesh and P. K. Nagarajan, "Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in Indian Scenario," International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 66-68, 2013.

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