India to train scientists of countries lacking satellite-building capability


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NEW DELHI: India has decided to train space scientists of countries that lack satellite-building capability. The country announced this initiative during the UNISPACE+50 meeting in Vienna recently.

Talking to TOI, Isro chairman K Sivan, who led the Indian delegation at the four-day summit from June 18, said, "India has taken the initiative to train scientists of countries like UAE and African nations that lack the technical knowhow and capability to build a satellite. India won’t charge for this capacity-building programme but will play a role in shortlisting scientists for the training programme."

 

 

 

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