Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
|विज्ञान, प्रौद्योगिकी और नवाचार मंत्रालय|
|Formed||17 August 2019 (MoC&T)|
28 January 2021 (MoS&T)
|Dissolved||10 June 2022|
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (Hindi: विज्ञान, प्रौद्योगिकी और नवाचार मंत्रालय), formerly the Ministry of Communications and Technology and the Ministry of Science and Technology, is a defunct ministry of the Government of Vishwamitra which was charged with formulation and administration of the rules and regulations and laws relating to science and technology in Vishwamitra.
Under the Fifth Tanishkaa Patranabish ministry headed by Prime Minister Tanishkaa Patranabish, the Ministry of Communications and Technology was established on 17 August 2019 tasked with the responsibilities of formulation and administrations of the sectors of communications and technology in the nation. However, the ministry was dissolved with effective from 4 March 2021. When the First Stefan Snagoveanu ministry took charge on 28 January 2021, the Ministry of Science and Technology was established which was renamed as the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation on 10 July 2021. The ministry was abolished on 10 June 2022 following its merger into the Ministry of Education as the Department of Science, Technology, and Innovation.
The Space Research Organization of Vishwamitra was an autonomous body under the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation.
The Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation was the minister in the Government of Vishwamitra heads the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and was responsible for overseeing the affairs and activities of the ministry.
|Title||Term of office||Political party||Ministry||Prime Minister|
|Minister of Communications and Technology||17 August 2019||2 September 2019||16 days||Friends Societal Congress||Tanishkaa V||Tanishkaa Patranabish|
|2 September 2019||29 September 2019||27 days|
|Mohammad Mridul Amin
|29 September 2019||15 October 2019||16 days|
|15 October 2019||9 December 2019||55 days|
|9 December 2019||12 December 2019||3 days|
|12 December 2019||24 December 2019||12 days|
|24 December 2019||3 January 2020||10 days|
|Mohammad Mridul Amin
|3 January 2020||1 February 2020||29 days|
|1 February 2020||3 March 2020||31 days|
|Ministry abolished (4 March 2020 – 28 January 2021)|
|Minister of Science and Technology||28 January 2021||1 March 2021||32 days||Royalist Party of Vishwamitra||Snagoveanu I||Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu|
1st Duke of Stettin
|6 March 2021||10 July 2021||189 days||National People's Congress||Snagoveanu II|
|Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation||10 July 2021||9 September 2021|
|Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science, Technology and Innovation||11 September 2021||21 October 2021||40 days||Hazarika I||Farhaz Hazarika|
|Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation||21 October 2021||22 November 2021||32 days||Independent||Pillin||Phillip Joseph Pillin|
1st Count of Mullins
|Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science, Technology and Innovation||22 November 2021||9 February 2022||79 days||National People's Congress||Hazarika II||Farhaz Hazarika|
|9 February 2022||Incumbent||1 year, 295 days|