The nuclear family became the cornerstone of economic modernization and urban planning in India. Audiovisuals published were for birth control.
Book launch of the Tamil translation of Pasteur: La vie, la mort, la vie by Erik Orsenna. Conversation with Erik Orsenna, Srini V. Kavery (Director, CNRS office in India), Jaya Bhattacharji Rose (journalist), Amutharasan Paulraj (publisher) moderated by Christine Cornet.
online historical exhibition on Indo-French partnership in space highlighting major joint breakthroughs. It is being showcased at International Space Conference and Exhibition from 15 September to 10 October 2020. It will be available on the virtual stand of CNES/France from 15th September 2020.
“We want more Indian students in France and more French students in India,” said French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation Mrs Frédérique Vidal at the inauguration of the Knowledge Summit 2 in Lyon from 17-18, October, 2019. The event was inaugurated by Mrs Frédérique Vidal, in the presence of H. E. Mr. Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Ambassador of India to France. The minister reiterated her full support for the development of French partnerships through academic mobility…
The second edition of the Indo-French Knowledge Summit dedicated to Higher Education, Research and Innovation will take place at the University of Lyon, France on 17 & 18 October, 2019. The Summit is organised by the Embassy of France in India, in partnership with Campus France and the University of Lyon and will be inaugurated by high level dignitaries of the governments of France and India. The two-day summit will involve a series of interactive…
To support INRA’s collaboration in India on global issues such as sustainable development, environmental protection and food security, Girish Sohani, President of BAIF Development Research Foundation, met Philippe Mauguin, President of INRA last month in France. They welcomed the International Associated Laboratory “Genetic Improvement of Indian Cattle and Buffaloes – GIMIC”, which has been established between the two agencies. Read more about this meeting.
France’s flagship National Centre for Scientific Research (Centre National de la Recherche Scientique/CNRS) is celebrating its 80th year of existence. It is also the occasion to mark the CNRS’s long partnership with India through Franco-Indian research organisations such as the French Institute of Pondicherry. Read about what IFP has to say about this collaboration here.
Representatives from the Department of Science & Technology (DST) of India, Embassy of France in India and CEFIPRA attended the 63rd Scientific Council (SC) and the 34th Industrial Research Committee (IRC) meetings from 2 to 7 June 2019 in Lille, France. The members selected new projects for support under the Collaborative Scientific Research Programme (CSRP) & Industry-Academia Research and Development Programme (IARDP). They also carried out the mid-term evaluation of ongoing projects and the final review of…
The Maker’s Asylum and the Centre for Research and Interdisciplinarity, Paris gathered young leaders from around the world. Their goal was to design sustainable products in the areas of healthcare, education, energy and more. Read more about SGD School 2019, at the Cité des Sciences, Paris.
The water crisis in Tamil Nadu has put the state in a dire situation. The Director of the French Institute of Pondicherry (IFP), Dr Frédéric Landy says: “It’s not that there is much less water: the truth is that there is less awareness. Sustainable water management practices are the need of the hour. IFP is addressing these issues with an ecological as well as socio-political approach.” Read more about IFP’s 4 water-focused projects.