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Focus research on development

Jul 27, 2010 8:00:00 PM - aussieindolanka.com
President Mahinda Rajapaksa stressed the need for integrating the enormous talents and potential of local researchers and scientists into the country’s massive development drive. He was of the opinion that their research should necessarily be made use of, for the development of country. President Rajapaksa made these observations at the Presidential awards for scientific research held at Temple Trees yesterday. The awards ceremony was organized by the National Research Council jointly with the Presidential Secretariat. Over 380 scientists and researchers who carried out outstanding research in various fields were recognized by President Mahinda Rajapaksa at this ceremony. President stated that there will be no use of conducting research if the people cannot derive benefits from them. The research should not be confined to study. “There should be a viable mechanism to bring them to an implementation level," he added. The President attributed the Government’s development drive to a research in the fields of politics, economy and society. "We are in the process of rebuilding the country which is itself a research in the field of politics, society and economy," he added. The President attributed the Government’s development drive to a research in the fields of politics, economy and society. "We are in the process of rebuilding the country which is itself a research in the field of politics, society and economy," he added. He added that some institutions which were originally established to promote a research culture in the country ended up by providing medical reports to hospitals.   www.dailynews.lk/2010/07/28/pol01.asp