31st Mar 2017 07:03:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Mar 31: Following the state government’s intervention, young innovator of ‘googles for blind’ fame, Anang Tadar has been adopted by the Arunachal Pradesh State Council for Science & Technology. The Council has agreed to support him in patenting his innovation through Patent Information Centre (PIC) under APSC&T and all other possible help for his innovative research works.
Further, it has been suggested that any further correspondence in regard to his innovation should be routed through APSCS&T for providing him proper guidance in this regard.
Earlier today, Anang Tadar was invited by Chairman APSCS&T Bamang Mangha in his chamber for interaction. Joint Director Dr. Debajit Mahanta and Project Scientist (PIC), Terpo Ronya of the Council also interacted with the young innovator. Chairman of the Council encouraged the young innovator and agreed to help all possible research works.

Kenter Joya Riba

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