Engineer Reveals Why ISRO Struggles: Limited Access, Funding, Regulations

Aerospace engineer Parth Tiwari explains ISRO's challenges: limited access to tech, insufficient funding, regulatory hurdles.

  • Aerospace engineer Parth Tiwari explains ISRO’s challenges: limited access to tech, insufficient funding, regulatory hurdles.
  • Tiwari emphasizes need for increased investment, international partnerships, and private sector involvement.
  • Despite challenges, Tiwari highlights the importance of missions like Chandrayaan for scientific discovery and inspiring future scientists.

Parth Tiwari, an aerospace engineer involved in the Chandrayaan-3 mission, sheds light on why ISRO faces challenges in becoming self-sufficient. Tiwari identifies limited access to advanced technologies, insufficient funding for research and development (R&D), and regulatory hurdles as major obstacles.

Tiwari emphasizes the need for a multi-faceted approach to overcome these challenges, including increased investment in aerospace research, forming international partnerships for technology transfer, and streamlining regulatory processes. He also highlights the importance of private sector participation to drive innovation and growth in the Indian aerospace industry.

Despite funding constraints, Tiwari underscores the significance of missions like Chandrayaan, which inspire millions and contribute to scientific discovery. These missions serve as beacons of hope, instilling a passion for research and exploration among young minds and laying the foundation for India’s future in scientific and technological domains. Through these missions, ISRO not only explores space but also nurtures the next generation of scientists and innovators.