“Eat healthfully and avoid using medications.”

On Wednesday, National Science Day was jointly organized by the School of Advanced Sciences and Innovation, the VIT-AP University incubator and entrepreneur cell, and the VIT-AP campus.

The main guest during the event was Dr. Khadar Vali, well known as the “Millet Man of India” and recipient of the Padma Shri Award. Yadlapalli Venkateswara Rao, head of the Rythu Nestham Foundation and recipient of the Padma Shri Award, was the honored guest.

Every year on February 28th, people commemorate National Science Day. The goal of this year’s theme, “Indigenous Technologies for Viksit Bharat,” is to increase public interest in innovation, science, and technology.

The Indian Millet Man said during his speech that “no medicines are needed if you eat the right food.” He emphasized the value of a natural, balanced diet and the use of millet in meals.

Venkateswara Rao underscored the need of shifting to organic agricultural practices.

VIT-AP V-C According to Dr. SV Kota Reddy, increased government funding for research initiatives would be an essential tool for understanding the complexity of many challenges. He claimed that while India ranks fourth in the world for patents and publications, the nation’s yearly publishing output is less than that of the USA and China.

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