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Indian National Science Academy

Indian National Science Academy
Established 7 January 1935
President Professor Krishan Lal
Location New Delhi, India
Website www.insaindia.org

The Indian National Science Academy (INSA) in New Delhi is the apex body of Indian scientists representing all branches of science & technology.

History

The Indian National Science Academy promotes International Council for Science (ICSU) on behalf of the Government of India. It is headquartered in New Delhi.

Overview

The Academy consists of Foundation fellows, Fellows and Foreign Fellows. Election to the Academy is only by nomination. The objectives of the academy encompass promotion of science in India including its application to national welfare, safeguarding the interests of the scientists, establishing linkages with international bodies to foster collaboration and expressing considered opinion on national issues.

It also plays a crucial role in promoting, recognizing and rewarding excellence. With a view to promoting the pursuit of excellence in the field of 'Science and Technology', the academy has instituted 59 awards, placed in 4 categories, viz International Awards, General Medal & Lecture Awards, Subjectwise Medals/Lectures and Awards for Young Scientists. It also publishes journals, organizes scientific discussions and brings out proceedings and monographs.

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