CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication and Policy Research (CSIR-NIScPR), New Delhi
International Women’s Day Lecture “Women Health: It Takes Two to Tango”

As part of the International Women’s Day celebrated on 8 March every year, CSIR-NISCAIR (National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources) and CSIR-NISTADS (National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies), New Delhi, jointly organised a lecture on “Women Health: It Takes Two to Tango” on 5 March 2020.

MoU signed between CSIR-NISTADS and BHU to Collaborate in Studies & Research

NISTADS and BHU agree to establish institutional collaboration in research and education.

Policy Dialogue on Air Pollution

On the occasion of the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies (7 September 2020), CSIR-National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (CSIR-NISTADS), New Delhi, organised a Collective Intelligence Policy Session in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) India and Clean Air Asia. 

CSIR-NISCAIR & CSIR-NISTADS Celebrate 79th CSIR Foundation Day

79th CSIR Foundation Day and the conclusion of the Hindi Month Celebration on 26 September 2020 organised virtually on MS teams by CSIR-NISCAIR and CSIR-NISTADS.

Emergence of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater: Inspection through Wastewater-based Epidemiology essential for India

The presence of SARS-CoV-2 fragments in wastewater is a great matter of concern for India also.

Dr Harsh Vardhan Lays the Foundation of a New Institute NIScPR

Merging of two prestigious institutes CSIR-NISCAIR & CSIR-NISTADS gives birth to a new Institute,  NIScPR

India International Science Festival (IISF) 2020 ‘Sankalan’ Ceremony

CSIR-NISTADS organised a Sankalan Ceremony highlighting the outcomes of IISF-2020 in the form of a scientific report “Sankalan”.

Policy Dialogue on COVID-19 Vaccine

“COVID-19 Vaccine: From Self-Reliance to Global Leadership – Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Imperatives in COVID Era”.

Student-Scientist Connect Programme

The programme aimed to inculcate scientific temper among students and to create a strong relationship between science and students, emphasising the vital role of science in addressing global challenges.

CSIR-NIScPR Celebrates Ayurveda Day

The lecture encompassed various facets of Ayurveda, such as Prakriti, the Ayurveda clock, dietary practices, and strategies for mitigating stress-related health issues

A Training Session by CSIR-NIScPR’s “National Knowledge Resource Consortium” and “Elsevier”

The National Knowledge Resources Consortium and Elsevier are collaborating to bring together a training session for members of the consortium.

CSIR-NIScPR Celebrates 82nd CSIR Foundation Day

During the programme various events were organised — Foundation Day lecture by the Chief Guest, release of Biennial Report (2021-2023), felicitation of NIScPR’s Retired Employees and a Cultural Programme.

CSIR-NIScPR Organises Student-Science Connect Programme “Millets for Health and Nutrition”

The central objective of the event was to provide students with a deep understanding of millets and their pivotal role in promoting health and nutrition.

Workshop on Science Communication by USO in collaboration with CSIR-NIScPR

The workshop was organised for science teachers aimed at motivating them in the art of effective science communication.

CSIR-NIScPR’s “One Week, One Lab” — Engaging Science & Society

CSIR-NIScPR organises various programmes during the event.

IISF 2023 Outreach Programme of CSIR-NIScPR

Students thoroughly enjoyed and learned through fun activities with science and were also apprised about the IISF and its events.

CSIR-NIScPR SVASTIK Lecture on “Feeding the 10 Billion by 2050: A Genomics Perspective”

Dr Manoj Prasad, Professor, NIPGR, highlighted the potential of millets to address the global food demand.

CSIR-NIScPR Organises “Student-Scientist Connect Programme”

Shri CB Singh, Head Jigyasa Training and HR Division at CSIR-NIScPR, emphasised the critical importance of forging connections between science and society, which can bridge the gap between the two.

CSIR-NIScPR at World Book Fair

CSIR-NIScPR publications at the world book fair 2024.

Vigyanika: Science Literature Festival, IISF 2023

Prof. Ranjana Aggarwal, Diirector, CSIR-NIScPR, highlighted the importance of scientific temper and CSIR-NIScPR’s commitment to fostering scientific awareness.

S&T Media and Communicators Conclave at IISF 2023: Uniting Journalism & Science Communication

The conclave left a legacy of knowledge, inspiration, and a renewed commitment to bridging the gap between science and society through effective communication.

CSIR-NIScPR Organises Workshop on Effective Science Communication Strategies

The orientation workshop aimed to empower the Science Media Communication Cell (SMCC) with valuable insights from renowned experts.

CSIR-NIScPR Organises Workshop on “How to Spread Science-based Stories through Radio

Shri Manoj Mainkar, Programme Executive at All India Radio, New Delhi Station, shared his valuable insights on crafting compelling science narratives for the audio format.

CSIR-NIScPR Elevates Science Communication at World Book Fair 2024

CSIR-NIScPR remains at the forefront of promoting scientific achievements, and the World Book Fair 2024 served as a platform to further this mission.
 

CSIR-NIScPR Celebrates its Foundation Day

Prof. Yogesh Singh, Vice Chancellor of the University of Delhi and Member of the CSIR Society, emphasised the integral role of science communication in India’s journey towards becoming a Viksit Bharat.

CSIR-NIScPR Celebrates World Intellectual Property Day

On this occasion, the institute organised a national workshop.

CSIR-NIScPR Hosts Enlightening Lecture on Health & Sanitation during Swachhata Pakhwada

Highlighting the need for a holistic approach to health, Prof. Shridhar Dwivedi, Senior Consultant Cardiologist & head of Academics at the National Heart Institute, urged everyone to continue the healthy habits adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bridging Science and Society

The workshops equipped participants with a comprehensive toolkit for communicating science effectively across diverse media platforms, including traditional folk media, electronic media, print media, radio, and social media.