In the next two months, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will hold a series of public events to celebrate its achievements in the space exploration field.
The first event, titled ‘Sca (sca),’, will be held on July 1.
It will be followed by two public events, ‘Swaraj’ and ‘Scandal’, and a public function to mark the launch of a rocket.
These events will be attended by a select group of scientists and engineers.
The event will be organised by ISRO and the Ministry of Space and Civil Aviation.
This will be the first public function held after the ‘Sarosat 1’ satellite launch in March 2019, and the first one for the satellite launch programme in the country.
The two public functions will be hosted by ISro and the ministry of space and civil aviation.
The first event will see a series to mark its first public space launch.
A public function will be staged in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The prime minister will attend the event.
This function will also be attended with a few other dignitaries, including President Pranab Mukherjee, former External Affairs Minister and current Vice President of India Anand Sharma and former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.
This is likely to be the second public function for the programme after the launch, which was conducted in July 2018.
The launch itself is also likely to take place in July 2019, after the coronavirus pandemic has been resolved and the Government has released its National Space Policy.
The second public event will also see Prime Minister Modi address the public.
The Prime Minister is expected to address the event, as it is an official function.
The second event will take place on July 2.
This time, the event will feature the launch team.
It is likely that the public will be able to watch the launch live on social media.
The team has also been instructed to share pictures of the launch on social networking sites.
The public function is expected for August 21.
The government has already released a new version of the National Space Programme, and is expected by the government to release more information on the programme in future.