Director, NML (1968) Utilization of Indigenous Technology. NML Technical Journal, 10 (1). 3- .
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THE complexity of problems that now face India in her industrialization programme due to depleting foreign exchange, raising of productivity potential, non-availability of indigenous 'know-how' in many cases, is causing great strain on the sound and healthy development of India's economy. It is imperative that if Indian industries are to thrive, the dependence on import and foreign collaboration has to be minimised in all fields for all times including emergencies that may arise due to belligerent situation. It should, therefore, be the aim of every research organisation to develop the technology utilising indigenous raw materials and talent in different spheres of industrial production. This role of the research laboratories is now being increasingly understood and appreciated, and research laboratories are engaged in developing products and techniques based on indigenous resources to mitigate the deficiency of many of the essential commodities' which otherwise have to be imported or technology involved to be borrowed from elsewhere.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Indigenous technology; foreign exchange; different spheres; belligerent situation|
|Deposited By:||Sahu A K|
|Deposited On:||06 Mar 2012 10:13|
|Last Modified:||06 Mar 2012 10:13|
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