Source: News Bharati English05 Jan 2017 14:00:28
Tirupati, January 5: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu seems hopeful about innovative phase of the developing minds, where he welcomed the students to come up with new ideas and innovations in the field of science. On Wednesday CM Naidu was speaking at Indian Children Congress at Sri Padmavathi Women’s University in Tirupati. He made a bumper offer while announcing that “Any scientists from Andhra Pradesh who wins Nobel Prize will be given the prize of Rs.100 crores.”
In order to bring out more talented minds, state government always steps forward to offer prize to its talented masters. As in the field of sports, sportspersons are gifted good sum of prizes in the same way Naidu’s offer aims to generate new innovations from the land of Andhra Pradesh especially.Emphasizing on the children’s caliber he said, “You can work wonders if you add innovation to technology. India needs young and innovative scientists, who are brimming with ideas. Come up with new ideas, which might pave way for major scientific breakthroughs in future.”
“I want the young scientists to take it as a challenge. I am not bothered how you get it. It depends on how hard you work and how much research you would do. I am announcing the cash incentive to inspire you. And you have to strive hard to win the Nobel Prize and bring glory to India,” he added.
While addressing the event Naidu expressed his content towards the concept of innovation and technology. He asked children to this offer as a challenge and excel themselves in the field of science. He aims for scientist who could master the art of innovating new concepts with the touch of technology. During the event he felicitated Japanese Nobel Laureate Takaaki Kajita and asked him to guide and share his experience about winning Nobel Prize.