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CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute

(Formerly CSIR Centre for Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation)

A constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR).

Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.

As part of the CSIR-4PI foundation day 2022 calibration and Youth Skills day, a batch of students, along with their teachers,  from Jaigopal Garodia Rashtrotthana Vidyalaya in Bangalore visited the CSIR-4PI Cyber Security Research and Observation (CySeRO) laboratory, apart from other facilities at CSIR-4PI. The students were divided into three separate batches and interactive sessions on cyber security were held for each batch. They were apprised about the “Cyber Jaagrookta” programme of Government of India and the importance of being extremely vigilant on various possible cyber-attacks that could happen in the digital world. Guidelines and best practices for securing digital devices were also provided. Last but not the least, they were also informed the huge potential and opportunity for research and technology development related to the domain of cyber security, especially for next generation talents like school students and young professionals.








Link to the CSIR Cyber Jagrookta ( ) 


To synergize the strong expertise in various disciplines across CSIR and build a unified platform that embodies a rich set of big data enabling technologies and services with optimized performance to facilitate research collaboration and scientific discovery. 


Develop knowledge products in Earth, Engineering and information sciences for societal good by exploiting modeling, simulation and data science capabilities.


To develop reliable knowledge products for decision support in Earth, Engineering and Information sciences as well as to host centralised supercomputing facility for CSIR. 

Student Programme for Advancement in Research Knowledge (SPARK)

SPARK is intended to provide a unique opportunity to bright and motivated students of reputed Universities to carry out their major project/thesis work and advance their research knowledge in mathematical modelling and simulation of complex systems. The programme is intended to increase the interaction between scientists and faculty members of academic institutes along with their students towards a long term research collaboration. Click here to apply for SPARK.

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