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‘AIM–Sirius Innovation Programme 3.0’

Published on November 10, 2020
Current Context: The Atal Innovation Mission (an initiative of NITI Aayog) in partnership with Russia’s Sirius (Scientific International Research In Unique terrestrial Station) launched ‘AIM–Sirius Innovation Programme 3.0’.
‘AIM–Sirius Innovation Programme 3.0’
  • The programme is launched for Indian and Russian school-going children.
  • It is the 14-day virtual programme which is the first Indo-Russian bilateral youth innovation initiative. 
  • This programme aims to develop technological solutions in both web and mobile-based areas for India and Russia.
  • During this programme, 48 students and 16 educators and mentors will be participating to create 8 virtual products and mobile applications which will help to address global challenges especially for the issues faced in this pandemic period of COVID-19. 
  • The global challenges will be addressed in the areas like culture, distance education, applied cognitive science, health, sports, chemistry, AI and digital financial assets in the wake of COVID-19.
  • The solutions developed in this programme will leverage 21st-century technologies like app development, artificial intelligence, blockchain, cybersecurity, machine learning, data analytics, UI/UX, virtual reality, augmented reality, gamification, 3D design, and rapid prototyping etc.
  • Static Part: 
    • Capital of Russia: Moscow
    • Currency of Russia: Ruble


Q.1 The Atal Innovation Mission in partnership with which country’s ‘Sirius’ initiative launched ‘AIM–Sirius Innovation Programme 3.0’?
a. Russia
b. US
c. Australia
d. France
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