Policy Measures and support mechanisms of the Government of India – Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR)

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Policy Measures and support
mechanisms of the Government of
India


Department of Scientific &
Industrial Research (DSIR)

Sunder Singh, B.G.


DSIR. INDIA

bgs@nic.in


http://www.dsir.gov.in

National Innovations System

The S&T System

Central Government S&T Departments

Thrust on R&D, infrastructure,
Human Resources, Self Reliance etc.



Scientific Policy Resolutions (1958)


Technology Policy Statement (1983)


Science and Technology Policy (2003)


IPR Systems


Patent Act, April 2005


Industrial Designs Act Revised. In force since May
2001


Trade Marks Act


Revised. In force since
September 15, 2003


Plant varieties and Farmer’s Rights Protection Act
(2001)


new rules in 2003


The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Bill,
2005
for setting up
NSMED Board


Innovation Policy?



True

Innovation

begins

at

intersection

of

invention

and

insight



Fusion

of

new

developments

and

new

approaches

to

solve

real

problems



Significant

value

created

for

society

or

business
:


Creates

new

industries


Spurs

productivity

and

economic

growth


Fuels

wealth

creation

and

profits


Generates

high
-
value,

higher
-
paying

jobs


Raises

standard

of

living

What is Innovation?

Stephen W.Brian, GPE, IBM Asia Pacific, 2004

India

is

a

fast

growing

economy

and

it

now

embarks

upon

reaching

an

ambitious

future

of

being

an

economic

superpower
.




With

policies

on

globalization

and

the

liberalization

of

the

economy

in

the

1990
s,

businesses,

research

and

innovation

activities

are

significantly

changing



India

is

now

the

2
nd

most

of

the

preferred

nations

for

collaborations


India’s

core

competencies

in



Information

Technology,

Biotechnology,

Drugs

&

Pharmaceuticals,

Chemistry

and

allied

fields,

Microelectronics,

Nanotechnology


Resurgence

in

R&D

efforts



with

national

inputs,

change

in

strategic

alliances/collaborations,

budgetary

support

to

S&T

and

R&D


Emergence

of

India

as

a

global

hub

for

R&D



Developing

new

and

emerging

technologies

and

encouraging

globalization

of

R&D

for

internationalization

of

production

as

against

the

earlier

policy

of

indigenization

and

self

reliance
.

At the present time…




Emergence

of

many

success

stories

of

the

global

Indian

talent



International

presence



over

150

Fortune

500

Companies

have

set

up

labs/shop

just

in

Bangalore

alone


Emergence

of

R&D

Clusters



Bangalore,

Hyderabad,

Delhi,

Pune



Reverse

brain

drain

as

a

result

of

a

facilitating,

enabling

India


Increased

prioritization

of

knowledge

base



both

traditional

and

contemporary

as

the

national

resource,

and

knowledge

based

industries

as

vehicles

of

faster

economic

development



Growing

attention

on

stock

and

quality

of

brain

power

and

efforts

to

recognize

and

nurture

talent

At the present time…


Profile on Higher Learning


Universities





213 Univ +


Deemed Universities





89


Medical







18


Agricultural






40


Colleges


General



16,885


Colleges in Rural Areas



4,683


Professional Colleges



2,409


Student enrolment (2003
-
04) 9.9 Million



National Research Labs

under CSIR, ICAR,


ICMR, DRDO, DST, DBT, DIT, HRD

S&T Profile



National Investment on R&D

Rs.
21639.58 Cr INR



National expenditure by :



Central Government


62.5%


State Government





8.5%


Higher Education






4.2%


Public Sector Industries



5.0%


Private Sector Industries


20.3%



S&T Profile



Personnel in R&D

3,08,000+


Directly performing R&D

31.0%


Auxiliary services



32.6%


Administrative and


36.4%


non
-
tech Services





Stock of S&T workers (000)


Sciences




5284.7


Natural Sciences



4604.8


Medicine






403.4


Agriculture Sciences



276.5


Engineering




2425.5


Degree Holders




969.5


Diploma Holders


1456.0


Science & Engineering


7710.2


Major Scientific Agencies



Defence Research Development Organization
(50 labs)


Department of Space (8+ Labs)


Indian Council of Agricultural Research (70+
Labs)


Indian Council of Medical Research (?)


Department of Atomic Energy (15+ Labs)


Department of Scientific & Industrial
Research (including the CSIR) 38 Labs


Ministry of Environment &Forests


Department of Science & Technology (20
Labs/ inst.)

Support to transformation of an idea
to prototype



Technopreneur Promotion Programme
(TePP)


National Innovation Foundation


NGOs


SRISTI, Ahmedabad


GIAN, Ahmedabad


Rural Innovation Network (RIN)


Centre for Innovation, Incubation and
Entrepreneurship (CIIE)


Young Inventors Initiative: Steer the Big
Idea, 2004.

Transformation of Prototype to Pilot
Plant … Technology Development,
promotion, utilization



Technology Development & Demonstration
Program (TDDP) (Earlier PATSER)


Home Grown Technology Program HGTP)


Venture capital funding


Science & Technology Entrepreneurship
Program (STEP)


Technology Business Incubators (TBIs)

Transformation of Pilot Plant to
Commercial prdoucts…




Technology Development Board (TDB)



Drug Development Programme and
Pharmaceuticals Research and Development
Support Fund(PRDSF)



New Millennium India Technology Leadership
Initiative (NMITLI)


Agencies promoting, facilitating Technology
Development, transfer, utilization, Commercialization


National Research Development Centre (NRDC)


Council for Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR)


NMITLI


All the 38 Labs.

And the 48 extension centres


Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR)


NRDC

CDC


ITTP

CIIT


TEDO


Department of Science & Technology (DST)


TDB

TIFAC


NSTEDB


Department of Biotechnology (DBT)


Ministry of Information Technology (MIT)


Ministry of Small Scale Industries SSI (SSI)


Confederation of Indian Industries (CII)


Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries
(FICCI)

Innovation System Model

(Mind To Market)

CREATIVITY(IDEA)/INNOVATION

BIRTH PHASE

SURVIVAL PHASE

GROWTH PHASE

Proof of concept,

prototype/working


model

Pilot Plant Stage/

Pre
-
commercial

Trials/Validation

Commercial

Product/Process

Mechanisms/Funding Sources




Venture Capital(VC)


Not for ideas,

expansion stage, no technology risk,

minimum

one million dollars
(Pre
-


commercial stage to Commercial Product/

Process)




Angel Investors


Few and Unknown



Institutional
-

NIF
(Scouting of Ideas and

Awards)
; NGOs :
GIAN, SRISTI, SEVA, RIN;


CIIE; Young Inventor’s Initiative

(Steer

the Big Idea)



Government Funding
(Idea to Proof of

concept, prototype/working model)


TePP





Started

on : 15th August, 1998

A Joint initiative of DSIR & TIFAC(DST)



To tap the vast innovative potential of
Indian citizens


A crucible to promote
individual
innovators

to become technology
based entrepreneurs (Technopreneurs)

TECHNOPRENEUR PROMOTION PROGRAMME
(TePP)

Innovator

Creative Idea/

Innovation


TePP Support

(Seed Capital)

Proof of Concept/

Working Model / Prototypes



WHO CAN APPLY ?



Any Indian citizen having an original idea/
invention/know
-
how can apply





WHAT PROPOSALS ARE ELIGIBLE ?



Proposals from individual innovators to convert an
original idea/know
-
how into a working prototype/
process



Proposals can be made directly by individuals or
through sponsoring organisations

TECHNOPRENEUR PROMOTION
PROGRAMME (TePP)


Patent support and guidance


Networking with research laboratories/
institutions


Scientific/technical consultancy


Fabrication assistance


Prototype development/process
demonstration


Market information

Support

TECHNOPRENEUR PROMOTION
PROGRAMME (TePP)

FUNDING PATTERN


TECHNOPRENEURSHIP(TS):

Grants


in


Aid up to
Rs. 50,000/
-

for converting an idea into Laboratory
Model / Process


TePP PROJECT FUND(TPF):

Grants
-
in
-
Aid to Rs. 10
lakhs to develop actual working models/process
demonstration


SUPPLEMENTARY TEPP FUND(STF) :

grants
-
in
-
aid up
to Rs. 5.00 lakh to successful TePP innovators to
refine technology to improve its marketability


SEAMLESS SCALE UP SUPPORT(S3T):

grants
-
in
-
aid up
to Rs. 30.00 lakhs to successful TePP innovators for
r&d projects at pre
-
commercial stage of innovation



TECHNOPRENEUR PROMOTION
PROGRAMME (TePP)

TePP Innovation Funnel



1240

880

1
st

level
Screening

TePP Screening
Committee

142


Creativity Phase


Successfully
completed

Appropriation &

Scale
-
up limitation

Commercialisatio
n

of Innovation

65

Diffusion by
Imitation

Distribution By Type of Applicants

50
72
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Numbers
Grassroots
Innovators(farmers/technici
ans/housewives/less
qualified entrepreneurs) - 50
Professionals(e.g. Enggs.,
Doctors,
Scientists etc.) - 72
Distribution by Type of Proposals

39
30
18
14
7
14
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Numbers
Total : 122
Agriculture & allied(39)
Mechanical(30)
Elect. & Electronics(18)
Chemicals(14)
Automobile(7)
Others(14)
Channel of Receipt

91
31
14
6
7
2
1
1
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Direct(91)
GIAN(14)
SEVA(7)
NIF(1)
Direct(91)
Total NGO(31)
GIAN(14)
SRISTI(6)
SEVA(7)
RIN(2)
NIF(1)
MSTC(1)
Some examples of TePP Technologies

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TePP Outreach Centres



*

TREC_STEP, Trichy

*

SIDBI
-
Innovation & Incubation Centre(SIIC), IIT Kanpur

*

Institute Industry Partnership(IIP) Cell, Institute of Technology, BHU,


Varanasi

*

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

*

ERDC (A unit of HARTRON), Ambala Cantt.

*

SINE, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

*

Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institue(CGCRI), Kolkata

*

NRI Institute of Information Science & Technology, Bhopal

*

Kerala Rural Development Agency(KRDA), Kollam

*

PSG_STEP, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore

*

Vellore Institute of Technology_TBI, Vellore

*

Vidya Deep Foundation, Satara

*

Hi
-
Tech Computer Education & Training Centre, Pondicherry


Building of Eco
-
System


Creativity training


Innovation funding camp


Case
-
studies of TePP innovators by B
-
school/IIT/IIMs students









Sunder Singh, B.G.

bgs
@nic.in


http://dsir.gov.in