Date:06.01.2017, 16:16 Even the recent report has found that most of them were inactive one-man outfits which drained the council's limited resources. The report also suggests tangible measures to encourage the youth, including a new scheme of appointing young and promising talent on a non-renewable contract of six years at a pay 50 per cent higher than the usual and a scheme. Bhargava was not alone in his criticism. Directors of other laboratories came out against the proposal in a meeting called by CSIR Director-General A.P. Mitra to discuss the report. Though Mitra refused to comment, a strongly worded joint statement issued by the directors to the press said: "We are of the view that such a transfer would prove counter-productive." Adds. All these measures, says Review Committee Chairman Abid Hussain, would give' 'the council a clear direction and focus which till now was lacking". "The committee's report will give the council a clear direction and focus which till now it was lacking.". The recommendations that raised the hackles of council scientists were: Transfer of four laboratories to government departments; Closure of the Regional Research Laboratory in Bhopal along with 100 field stations; Restricting research in each laboratory to three areas; Making laboratories earn 30 per cent of their keep. In a remarkable display of Indian prowess CSIR successfully reversed the. with the New York Time reporting the success on its front page, making it first-ever for. with immediate and adequate assistance to every disaster that has struck India by. The Bhopal Gas Leak Tragedy in 1984, the Maharashtra Gas Explosion in.
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