Authorities of Arunachal Pradesh State Council for Science and Technology (APSCST) have been asked to set out upon some significant science ventures pertinent for the state's present and future.
"We have gained acceptable ground. However, we have to give 100% for an innovation-driven state," APSCST director Bamang Mangha said during a survey meeting of the exercises of the Science and Technology Council, DBT Bio-asset Center, State Remote Sensing Application Center (SRSAC) and the Science Center in Itanagar on Friday.
Valuing the work advancement of the Bio-asset Center at Kimin, Mangha featured the extravagance of the state's vegetation and asked the researcher to think of market-prepared homegrown plans.
He featured and valued the significance of the geo-labeling task of the SRSAC and said Arunachal Pradesh is one of the principal states to make geo-labeled photographs required for outsider observing while at the same time executing extraordinary arrangement help and other foundation ventures.