India's plan to send its first human space flight mission Gaganyaan was on course with four astronauts being selected for further training, a top official of the country's spaced agency has said."We've made good progress in the mission. The process of Astronaut selection for the mission is completed," Dr. K Sivan, Chairman Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) informed during a press meet at ISRO headquarters in Bengaluru. He further added that four astronauts have been selected, who will undergo extensive training. During the interaction, Dr. Sivan also outlined ISRO's achievements during the last year as well as the plans to be accomplished during the current year. About future programmes, Dr Sivan said Chandrayaan-3 mission to the moon, comprising a lander and a rover was approved by the government and activities for its realisation were in progress. Other projects for 2020 included SSLV, GSLV with 4m ogive payload fairing, GSAT-20 satellite, NavIC with indigenous atomic clocks, Indian Data Relay Satellite System, Aditya-L1 and XPOSAT.