Amity University in Mumbai celebrated “Innovation Day” on September 28. This day marks the spirit of innovation and highlights the innovative practices of the various Amity campuses 24 university campuses spread around the world. Across all Amity Universities, this day in 2022 is celebrated under the theme “Celebrating Innovation and Creativity” to mark the birthday celebration of President and Chancellor Dr. Aseem Chauhan.
Speaking on the occasion, Founding Chairman, Dr Ashok K Chauhan said, “The celebrations not only value and appreciate the existing group of scientists, but also inspire the young faculties and students of Amity Universities to pursue a mission. of research and innovation to almost dedication. and commitment, I breathe innovation, I dream innovation and I sleep innovation. Moreover, He said obstacles come in life, but we have to learn how to get out of them, that is the beginning of life in the real sense.
Amity Education Group has set up Amity Innovation Incubator at the Noida campus. Amity Innovation Incubator is the most comprehensive start-up support ecosystem across the country. Present in 17 cities in India, it has supported more than 300 start-ups in their entrepreneurial journey. During the event, the vice-chancellors and scientific representatives of each campus explained the priority areas of research and innovation with a particular focus on start-ups. Amity University, Mumbai, represented by Vice Chancellor, Dr AWSanthosh Kumar, highlighted the important role being played in the field of astrobiology, drug discovery, AI-based technology and science. translational research. Scientists from Amity University in Mumbai have also focused on their role in research. One of the highlights is the 11 start-up camps and the culture of entrepreneurship fostered by the Amity Innovation Incubator which was inaugurated today taking the multifaceted approach to strengthen and improve research and innovation In progress.
Dr Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor of Amity University, said: “One aspect that I think we should now think about as the next step is the outcome of this research and how can we work together to help solve the fundamental problem of society in the world. . In fact, the universities and institutions that have had the greatest impact on the world are those that have taken practical problems and solved them through scientific research and translations. If you are able to identify the critical problem, issue a challenge to find a solution for industry, for government, for NGOs and others, better try to identify the worthy use relationship and see for whom we solve the problem. Dr. Aseem Chauhan and the Founding Chairman, both emphasized the future goals set to focus on achieving the national goal of achieving a meaningful global innovation index.