There are many life science societies in India today. Names are diverse, the goal is really the same. These societies strive to bring people to a universal platform and popularize science. Certain initiatives need to be incorporated to promote science, which is needed to further improve society.
Life Science Society Initiative (LSSI)
Stronger efforts by widespread societies have to focus more on. Current prospects tend to increase awareness of science within the community, and some of these societies work interdisciplinary. Efforts should not only focus on gathering these spiritual and listening students on a common platform, but also to approach the habit of their own. The guidelines should therefore be aimed at the creation of scientists, teachers, entrepreneurs and most intellectual creators.
Scientific-Teaching Interaction (STI)
There is a need to strengthen the partnership between scientists and educators between scientists and scientists by practicing science as they practice it. There is a communication gap that is often observed between both the scientist and the teacher. The use and the concept of better techniques between the scientist and the teacher, the updating of knowledge and productive interactions should be exercised. The development of learning, research and human research must also be part of the process. Programs should be initiated to enhance inter-group interactions.
Teacher-Student Interaction (TSI)
This interaction is indeed strong and relevant. There is a daily level of interaction and debate between members of the group. Promoting science is a positive element that this group can initiate. In addition to the academies, the vision is to be devoted to the promotion of science in the near future. In many institutions and colleges incorporating research projects as part of the curriculum, the young generation has turned to research and science.
Scholar-Student Interaction (SSI)
In most cases, reaching students is limited to science and scientist. There is a lack of knowledge on research among students that dialogue needs to be developed within the science-student community. In recent years, communication between such communities is possible through interactive discussions and programs such as conferences, symposia, guest performances or open forums.
But what is the conversation's life? Will the conversation end on the four walls of the conference hall? What are the numbers in this program? What about local initiatives?
In this regard, one initiative is the launch of scientific journals. In recent years, the number of scientific journals has increased. Science journals were more likely to be aimed at readers of the age group, and now they are connected to a variety of readers. To some extent, scientific journals have demonstrated that they reduce barriers. But how many can afford to buy or read these magazines?
Scientific Awareness Strategy (SAS)
Where to place Science, Scientist or Scientific Teacher? Are you always faced with material return? Do scientists' teachers look for change? What do science students think of science about long-term prospects for their career?
Sincere language science is still undoubtedly not a career dream for most of them. Therefore, science should be more attractive and focused. It should be more obvious to the researchers towards the students. Life sciences societies and organizations are governed by their own disciples. Rather, they focus on organizational aspects and their activity needs to be coordinated on issues such as academic education.
Science education in India is still critical to other worlds. The importance of scientific education should not be ignored. Joint efforts of scientific and educational communities that required one hour.