New Delhi |Monday, 2011
The Indian government's premier agency for science communication, Vigyan Prasar, is planning to launch a nation-wide programme to educate women on health related issues. "This is the first time when Vigyan Prasar is going to launch a programme for educating women about their health in different parts of the country," Anuj Sinha, director of Vigyan Prasar, told on the sidelines of a media event. He said the programme will be started in Delhi soon on a pilot basis. Emphasising the need of communication, Sinha said, "Scientists generally believe that research is most important. But it is time to think that communication is as important as research."
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