Pradhan laid the groundwork for the Department of Data Science, which forms the synthesis of three foundations of data science – statistics and probability, applied mathematics and computer science
Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Education and Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, visited IISER Pune on Friday to inaugurate the ‘Data Science Division’ and ‘National Facility for Gene Function in Health and Disease’.
Pradhan laid the foundation for the Data Science Department, which forms the synthesis of three foundations of data science – statistics and probability, applied mathematics and computer science. The department focuses on a three-stage strategy of education, research and innovation, to develop competencies in theoretical foundations, the development of new approaches and various applications. It seeks to foster collaboration not only with other departments within the organization but also within the industry.
Pradhan inaugurated the National Facility for Gene Function in Health and Disease. According to data provided by IISER, established with funding from the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India, the objective behind creating a national facility for gene function in health and disease is to knock-out and transgenic animals. Models in India. Importing from outside India takes an enormous amount of time and it is expensive. The facility has 50 clean rooms and 30 service rooms and has mice, rats and rabbits. The facility will ensure that the animals are maintained in a specific pathogen-free state to avoid possible interference with research objectives.
During his brief visit, Pradhan interacted with various faculty of the institute, which provided an overview of the research and academic activities of the institute. During his interaction with the faculty, Pradhan said, “The ongoing work at the institute is commendable and the organization should be able to develop some of its activities to reach more students across the country and address such issues. As water and waste management. “He encouraged the Institute members to create and create alternative energy options for sustainable living among the future generation of students.
He also visited the Param Brahma Supercomputer facility in the institute.
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