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Honours and Numbers

C N R Rao's repeated complaint that the problem with Indian science is the success of computing and information technology has no justifi cation. Computer science in India receives little funding from the government and the IT industry is the country's only example of technological success. What is needed is the reform of India's ossified scientific establishment, transfer of funds from underperforming departments like atomic energy to other scientifi c departments, creation of more opportunities for academic circulation across India and ensuring that heads of institutions and departments rotate at regular intervals.

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