India is fast approaching an age of digital globalisation and sectors like IT, manufacturing, automobiles are developing at a rapid pace. The country ranks third when it comes to global investments for technology transactions and developments in the world.
Science is a key factor for a developing country to turn into a developed nation. Innovation and tech creativity is a direct result of extensive research, and India wishes to leave no stone unturned in the field of science.
It is also creating a platform for future opportunities in the tech job market, by empowering people aspiring to make innovations in the scientific field. India’s move towards being the data capital of the planet will bring a multitude of opportunities for roles like data scientists, machine learning engineers, and data architects.