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About Science Plus

Science Plus founded in 2011, comprises world's most distinguished engineers, engineer-scientists and technologists covering the entire spectrum of Scientific   disciplines. The aims and objects of the Science Plus are to promote and advance the practice of engineering and technology, related sciences and disciplines and their applications to problems of International importance. Science Plus also encourages inventions, investigations, and research in pursuit of excellence in the field of "Engineering". 

Science Plus brings together scientists, researchers, students and academicians from all over the world who work professionally to upgrade status of human society by their ideas and research Potential.
Its activities include programmes on issues of technology policy and overall development for the benefit of society, and promotes research projects, pilot studies, engineering education, fellowships, scholarships, awards and other  benefactions.

Science Plus organizes international conferences, seminars, publishes Journals and books and carries out autonomous scientific and engineering research or collaborates with universities and state or private research centers and institutions.

Among the aims and objects of the Science Plus are:                     

  • To raise the standards of refereed scientific journals for the quality publication.
  • To encourage and promote the pursuit of excellence in the field of ‘Engineering and Science.
  • To produce the genuine, realistic and qualitative innovations.
  • To build a team of renowned specialists on one platform throughout the world.
  • To encourage inventions, investigations and research and promote their applications for development of both organized and unorganized sectors of national economy.
  • To institute and establish Professorships, Fellowships, Studentships, Scholarships, Awards and other benefactions.
  • To interact with Professional Bodies, Engineering and Scientific Academies etc. in India and abroad.

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