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Vice President Naidu interacts with students of Delhi Public School, RK Puram in New Delhi
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, while interacting with students of Delhi Public School, RK Puram at New Delhi on May 30, who are scheduled to visit NASA in the US, said that scientific research was of no use if it did not improve the life of people, stated an official release.

Complimenting the visiting student for their unique opportunity got afforded due their hard work and dedication for designing of space settlement, Naidu termed it a remarkable achievement of Indian students.

According to the release, the students of Delhi Public School, RK Puram who won Asian Regional Space Settlement Design Competition 2018, are scheduled to participate in the world final to be held at NASA shortly.

The Vice President made the following main remarks during the interaction with the students as per the release.

-The ultimate objective of Science and Technology is to advance and better the human life.

-Scientific research is of no use if it does not improve life of people

-Take advantage of the opportunity to gain new experiences and put it for practical use in future 'for further enhancement of knowledge on space technology'.

-India is one of the leading space research nations and we are Proud of our Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), which is now preparing satellites for other nations including SAARC countries.

-Share and care are the core philosophy of India

-Social discrimination and atrocities must be driven out of the society.

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