Uttar Pradesh - VISION

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V I S I O N

Uttar

Pradesh

to

become

more

prosperous

State

through

utilizing

modern

tools

of

Science

and

Technology
-

bringing

prosperity

to

farmers,

generating

employment

in

rural

areas,

food

for

all,

Good

health

and

clean

environment
.

Applications

of

Science

and

Technology

have

multiplied

in

recent

times,

touching

every

aspect

of

our

lives
.

Advances

made

in

communications,

production

technology,

biotechnology,

pharmaceuticals,

medicine,

space

technology

and

so

on

have

made

a

difference

to

the

lives

of

most

people
.

No

doubt

science

has

contributed

to

economic

development

of

the

country
.


1.
To

establish

pre
-
eminent

position

of

the

State

in

the

field

of

Science

and

Technology

with

particular

reference

to

Biotechnology
.

2.
To

improve

and

strengthen

the

infrastructure

all

over

the

State

so

that

the

benefits

of

the

scientific

and

technological

advances

reaches

to

common

man
.

3.
To

develop

scientific

infrastructure

for

attracting

industries

to

the

State

by

providing

common

facilities

for

Safety

evaluation

&

toxicity

testing,

Analytical

facility

for

food

processing

industries,

Drug

development

facility

for

use

of

SME
.

4.
To

set

up

Bioindustrial

Park,

Pharma

Biotech

and

Bio
-
IT

Parks
.

5.
To

set

up

an

advance

centre

for

research

applications
.

6.
To

promote

research

and

development

and

establish

centers

of

excellence

in

frontier

area

of

biotechnology
.

7.
To

generate

Human

Resource

in

emerging

area

of

Science

and

Technology
-

Biotechnology,

Genetic

Engineering

and

Nanotechnology
.

OBJECTIVES


Uttar

Pradesh

-

an

agrarian

State


Population



167

million


Area
:

240
,
000

Km²



Capital



Lucknow,

the

city

of

Nawabs

UTTAR PRADESH AT A GLANCE

I N D I A

STRENGTHS

Major Crops of Uttar Pradesh needing
inputs of Biotechnology:

Sugarcane

Milk

Potato

Maize

Wheat

Mango

Amla


Uttar

Pradesh

is

an

agrarian

State



Strength

lies

in

its

agriculture

base


Uttar

Pradesh

No
.

1

in

production

of

Potato,

Sugarcane

and

Amla

Rice

… STRENGTHS

Advantage Uttar Pradesh


Capital

of

Uttar

Pradesh
.


Well

connected

by

air,

rail

and

road

to

the

entire

country
.


Air

connections

to

selected

cities

abroad

by

International

Airport
.


Wide

network

of

roads

and

local

transportation
.


Century
-
plus

tradition

of

education
.


Diversity

and

Availability

of

Trained

Manpower
.


Low

cost

R&D

facilities

of

26

Scientific

Institutions

for

Outsourcing

Research


Over

400

Scientists,

700

Technicians

and

500

Research

Students

Contd.

Vidhan Sabha, U.P.

… STRENGTHS


Several

well

recognized

Universities

and

numerous

Premier

educational

institutes

in

the

State

like

Lucknow

University,

Banaras

Hindu

University,

Aligarh

Muslim

University,

Indian

Institute

of

Technology

at

Kanpur

&

Roorkee,

University

of

Roorkee,

King

George’s

Medical

University,

Sanjay

Gandhi

PG

Institute

for

Medical

Sciences,

etc
.


Lucknow University

Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate
Institute (SGPGI)

King George’s Medical University

Advantage Uttar Pradesh

… STRENGTHS


Four

Council

for

Scientific

and

Industrial

Research

(CSIR)

Laboratories
:


Central

Drug

Research

Institute

(CDRI)


Indian

Institute

of

Toxicology

Research

(IITR)


Central

Institute

for

Medicinal

and

Aromatic

Plants

(CIMAP)


National

Botanical

Research

Institute

(NBRI)


Three

Indian

Council

of

Agricultural

Research

(ICAR)

Laboratories
:


Central

Institute

for

Sub
-
tropical

Horticulture

(CISH)


Indian

Institute

of

Sugarcane

Research

(IISR)


National

Bureau

of

Fish

Genetic

Resources

(NBFGR)

CDRI

CISH

ITRC

NBRI

CIMAP

IISR

NBFGR

Advantage Uttar Pradesh

… STRENGTHS

Biotech Park, Lucknow

… STRENGTHS

… STRENGTHS

Major Educational Institutions and Universities


Advanced

Level

Telecommunication

Training

Centre

(ALTTC)



Aligarh

Muslim

University

(AMU)



Allahabad

University

(AU)



Banaras

Hindu

University

(BHU)



Birbal

Sahni

Institute

of

Palaeobotany



Central

Avian

Research

Institute

(CARI)



Central

Drug

Research

Institute

(CDRI)



Central

Institute

for

Research

on

Goats

(CIRG)



Central

Institute

of

Higher

Tibetan

Studies

(CIHTS)



Central

Institute

of

Medicinal

and

Aromatic

Plants

(CIMAP)



Ch
.

Charan

Singh

University



Chhatrapati

Shahuji

Maharaj

Medical

University



Dr
.

Bhim

Rao

Ambedkar

University



Dr
.

Ram

Manohar

Lohiya

National

Law

University,

Lucknow



Educational

Consultants

India

Limited

(EDCIL)



Footwear

Design

and

Development

Institute

(FDDI)



Harcourt

Butler

Technological

Institute


… STRENGTHS

Major Educational Institutions and Universities


Indian

Institute

of

Information

Technology,

Allahabad

(IIITA)



Indian

Institute

of

Management,

Lucknow

(IIML)



Indian

Institute

of

Pulses

Research

(IIPR)



Indian

Institute

of

Sugarcane

Research

(IISR)



Indian

Institute

of

Technology,

Kanpur

(IITK)



Indian

Institute

of

Vegetable

Research

(IIVR)



Indian

Veterinary

Research

Institute

(IVRI)



Indira

Gandhi

Rashtriya

Uran

Academy

(IGRUA)



Indian

Institute

of

Toxicology

Research

(IITR)



Institute

of

Judicial

Training

and

Research

(IJTR)



Kamla

Nehru

Institute

of

Technology

(KNIT)



Kendriya

Hindi

Sansthan



Madan

Mohan

Malaviya

Engineering

College

(MMMEC)



Mahatma

Jyotiba

Phule

Rohilkhand

University

(MJPRU)



Mehta

Research

Institute

of

Physics

and

Mathematical

Physics



Motilal

Nehru

National

Institute

of

Technology

(MNNIT),

Allahabad

… STRENGTHS

Major Educational Institutions and Universities


Narendra

Deva

University

of

Agriculture

and

Technology

(NDUAT)



National

Botanical

Research

Institute

(NBRI)



National

Institute

for

Entrepreneurship

and

Small

Business

Development

(NIESBUD)



National

Research

Centre

for

Agroforestry

(NRCAF)



National

Sugar

Institute



Power

Management

Institute

(PMI)



Small

Industries

Service

Institute

(SISI),

Kanpur



State

Institute

of

Education

Technology,

Lucknow



Uttar

Pradesh

Education

for

All

Project

(UPEFA)



Uttar

Pradesh

Technical

University

(UPTU)



V
.

V
.

Giri

National

Labour

Institute

(VVGNLI)



Veer

Bahadur

Singh

Purvanchal

University


… STRENGTHS


Over

the

years,

the

infrastructure

of

the

scientific

laboratories

in

the

State

Universities

and

institutions

has

deteriorated

due

to

a

lack

of

a

goal

oriented

policy

and

visionary

approach
.



The

institutes

have

not

been

able

to

deliver

the

products

in

terms

of

human

resource

and

technologies

which

would

find

application

in

the

field
.

This

led

to

a

low

agricultural

growth,

low

scientific

output

of

papers

and

patents

and

little

ecognition

of

scientists

at

national

and

international

levels
.


WEAKNESS


The

infrastructure

is

totally

inadequate

in

comparison

to

other

States
.

The

State

also

lacks

sustainability

in

terms

of

well

identified

programmes,

their

implementation

and

rigorous

monitoring
.



Also,

there

is

very

little

utilization

of

the

existing

scientific

infrastructure

while

drawing

schemes

in

agriculture,

horticulture

and

infrastructure

development
.



The

scientific

institutions

owned

by

the

State,

State

Universities

and

the

Central

Universities

andnstitutions

can

play

an

important

role

if

a

mechanism

is

established

and

used
.


… WEAKNESS

Besides

the

core

sectors

of

Science

&

Technology,

the

Government

of

India

has

chalked

out

policies

supporting

research

in

modern

areas

of

Science

and

Technologies
.


Few

Examples
:


The

budget

of

DBT

over

the

next

5

years

will

increase

by

450
%

and

DBT

will

spend

30
%

of

its

budget

on

innovative

projects

in

partnership

with

industry
.


Recently

announced

National

Biotechnology

Development

Strategy

aims

to
:



Establish

an

Ecosystem

of

Innovation



Develop

Quality

Human

Resource

&

Infrastructure



Promote

R&D

in

Small

and

Medium

Enterprises

OPPORTUNITIES


To

achieve

this

Government

has

taken

several

initiatives,

including

setting

up

of

Biotech

Parks

and

incubators,

enabling

public

institutions

to

work

with

industry,

expansion

of

SBIRI

scheme,

etc
.


The

DBT

has

enhanced

its

budget

for

supporting

the

infrastructure

facilities

for

drug

discovery

and

drug

development

which

includes

setting

up

of

national

facilities

in

partnership

with

Government

institutions

and

industry
.


To

promote

Nanotechnology,

a

Nano

Science

and

Technology

Mission

(NSTM),

to

make

country

a

global

hub

for

nanoscience

and

nanotechnology,

has

been

setup,

the

objectives

of

which

are



Basic

Research

Promotion


Infrastructure

Development

for

Nano

Science

and

Technology

Research


Nano

Applications

and

Technology

Development

Programmes


Human

Resource

Development


International

Collaborations

…. OPPORTUNITIES


Department

of

Science

and

Technology

(DST)

is

also

setting

up

Nanotechnology

R&D

centres

at

Bangalore,

Kolkata

and

Mohali


National

Institute

of

Pharmaceutical

Education

and

Research

(NIPER),

Mohali

developing

nanotechnology

toxicity

guidelines

and

a

laboratory

for

toxicity

of

newly
-
developed

drugs
.


Central

Scientific

Instruments

Organization

(CSIO)

devised

microdiagnostics

kits

for

TB


Defense

Research

and

Development

Establishment

(DRDO),

Gwalior

developed

a

Typhoid

detection

kit


NANO

DEVICES


Development

of

one

dose

a

day

ciprofloxacin


Oral

insulin

formulation

using

nanoparticles

carriers


Liposomal

based

Amphotericin

B

formulation

…. OPPORTUNITIES

NANOTECHNOLOGY

IN

TEXTILES


Raymonds

has

had

a

big

hit

with

its

nano
-
treated

trousers

and

is

now

launching

nano
-
shirts

under

the

Park

Avenue

label


Ashima

Group

has

exported

over

1

million

yards

of

nano
-
treated

fabric

to

top

retailers

like

Gap

and

Banana

Republic


Arrow

has

launched

stain
-
resistant

Nanotechnology

shirts

in

Mumbai


NANOTECHNOLOGY

IN

FILTERATION


IIT
-
Madras

has

released

a

water

purifier

using

nanotechnology
.

Technology

used

in

the

product

is

the

very

first

and

is

home

grown
.

No

nanoparticle

based

water

purifier

exists

in

the

world

as

of

now
.


NANOTECHNOLOGY

PARKS


Likewise,

CSIR

and

ICMR

have

also

several

schemes

for

supporting

S&T

in

specified

areas
.

…. OPPORTUNITIES


The

infrastructure

development

cost

and

support

system

cost

in

Uttar

Pradesh

are

much

lower

than

the

States

like

Karnataka,

Andhra,

Maharastra

and

Gujarat
.

Therefore,

industries

are

moving

into

the

2
nd

tier

States

/

cities

where

infrastructure

is

available

and

the

Governments

are

providing

incentives,

concessions

and

playing

a

felicitator

and

catalytic

role
.


The

ex
-
patriots,NRIs

and

the

industries

from

USA

and

Europe

are

also

exploring

new

destinations

where

they

can

access

collaborations

and

get

support

for

the

establishment

i
.
e
.

a

single

window

mechanism

for

proccuring

land,

registration,

licenses,

etc
.


The

major

interest

worldwide

is

in

the

area

of

developing

diagnostics

particularly

for

infectious

diseases,

treatment

of

diabetes,

cardiovascular,

ageing,

inflammatory

reproductive

ailments

and

neurological

disorders
.


Several

companies

are

setting

up

CRO’s

example

Novo
-
Novartis,

Genzyme,

etc
.

…. OPPORTUNITIES

…. OPPORTUNITIES


The

improved

IPR

and

relaxation

of

FDI

on

one

hand

and

recognized

expertise

of

Indian

scientists

as

well

as

the

quality

control

are

other

enabling

factors

to

advance

science

and

technology

and

their

applications

in

industry
.


Setting

up

of

Biotech

Park

Lucknow

has

attracted

15

new

companies

of

which

five

are

of

US

origin
.

Big

giants

like

Biocon,

India

recently

approached

Biotech

Park

for

20

acres

of

land

to

setup

their

R&D

Center
.

…. OPPORTUNITIES


Investors

like

International

Biotechnology

Invest

Corporation,

Boston,

USA

are

keen

to

set

up

an

Institute

of

Biopharma

and

Biotechnology

and

industrial

biopharma

Cluster

in

Lucknow
.


Ansals

Private,Limited

are

setting

up

SEZ

for

IT

and

Biotechnology



The

State

has

a

stable

Government

for

five

years

and

therefore,

there

is

a

high

time

to

utilize

science

and

technology

for

its

development

through

a

well

chalked

out

road

map
.


As

the

Uttar

Pradesh

is

the

largest

and

most

populous

State,

it

has

the

maximum

number

of

young

people

i
.
e
.

a

valuable

human

resource
.

This

human

resource

is

one

of

the

factors

attracting

several

developed

countries

towards

India
.

However,

if

they

are

not

adequately

trained

and

gainfully

employed

or

encouraged

to

setup

their

own

industries,

they

will

move

out

from

the

State
.

Already,

due

to

lack

of

educational

institutions

offering

courses

in

new

disciplines,

a

majority

of

students

are

going

out

of

the

State

to

other

States

like

Andhra,

Karnataka,

Maharastra,

Gujarat,

etc
.

THREATS


Other

States

have

drawn

and

implemented

industrial,

biotechnology,

nanotechnology

policies

for

the

States
.

These

policies

are

being

updated

also
.


Biotechnology

Policy

announced

in

2004

by

the

Government

of

Uttar

Pradesh

not

only

needs

to

be

updated

but

also

implemented

with

the

issue

of

necessary

GO’s
.

The

strength

of

State

in

major

scientific

institutions

are

not

known

all

over

the

country

and

world

as

there

is

no

sustained

programme

for

showcasing

the

State

Science

and

Technology

strengths,

commitments,

policies,

etc
.

…THREATS

ROAD MAP

1
.

Human

Resource

Development


All

over

the

country

there

is

dearth

of

talent

and

human

resource

in

upcoming

new

areas


Biotechnology
-

biopharma,

bioagri

and

industrial

biotechnology


Information

Technology
-

As

applicable

to

drug

development,

toxicology,

agriculture


Nanotechnology
-

drug

delivery,

monitoring,

diagnosis,

sensors,

etc
.

Create

institutions

with

scope

of

expansion

e
.
g
.


Institute

of

Biopharma

and

Biotechnology

for

Post

Doctoral

and

Doctoral

Training


Food

Processing

and

Food

Technology


Advance

Centre

for

Research

Application


Set

up

an

Advanced

Centre

for

Research

Application

on

lines

of

Jawahar

Lal

Nehru

Centre

for

Advanced

Scientific

Research,

Bangalore
.

It

should

provide

facilities

for

innovative

research

in

the

emerging

fields

of

genomics,

proteomics,

nanotechnology

and

biotechnology

as

applicable

for

over

all

upliftment

of

the

State

and

providing

good

health

and

clean

environment
.


Centre

for

Transgenic

Plants

and

Animals

Human Resource Development


National

facility

for

Safety

Evaluation

of

Biopharma

and

Biotech

Products


In

North

India

adequate

facilities

for

undertaking

safety

evaluation

of

biotech

products

is

not

available
.

With

the

setting

up

of

Biotech

Park,

Lucknow

and

increasing

activity

in

the

Pharma

Biotech

sector,

a

large

number

of

new

products

are

being

developed
.

Before

introducing

them

into

the

market,

generation

of

data

on

their

safety

/

toxicity

is

essential
.



Biotechnology

Training

Centres


One

centre

be

established

at

Lucknow

utilizing

expertise

and

facilities

available

with

CSIR

/

ICAR

laboratories
.

The

other

three

centres

be

developed

at

Gorakhpur,

Jhansi

and

Meerut

or

other

places

as

per

States

priority


Institute

200

trainee

fellowships

like

BCIL

for

training

in

biopharma,

agritechnology

and

biotechnology,

nanotechnology
.

The

trainees

be

paid

Rs
.

8000
/
-

p
.
m
.

and

the

industries

Rs
.

50
,
000

p
.
a
.

National

facility

for

Safety

Human Resource Development


2
.

Enabling

and

Translating

Research



Set

up

technology

incubators

(atleast

5

by

the

end

of

this

XIth

Plan)
.


Common

facilities

for

analysis,

synthetic

compounds,

screening

of

biological

activity,

safety

evaluation

and

toxicity

testing
.


Common

facilities

for

separation

of

molecules,

sequencing,

preparation

of

molecular

probes

and

production

of

proteins

in

bulk

quantities
.


Common

facilities

for

genetic

improvement,

tissue

culture,

transgenic

production


3
.

Enabling

Industries


Set

up

Industrial

Parks

/

Biotech

Parks

/

Pharma

Parks

/

IT

Parks

/

Agri

Parks

and

Food

Parks


These

should

be

set

at

places

depending

upon

the

existing

strength

and

availability

of

raw

material


These

should

be

set

up

in

partnership

with

the

industries
.

The

common

facilities

like

analytical

support,

quality

control

support,

etc
.

could

be

provided

by

the

State

/

Central

Government
.

4
.

Promoting

Science

&

Tech
.

for

Rural

Development

The

State

has

knowledge

base

institutions

of

excellence

to

develop

as

a

bio
-
business

hub

in

North

India

like

Andhra,

Karnataka,

Maharastra

and

Gujarat
.

Inadequate

scientific

infrastructure

for

technology

dissemination,

demonstration

and

utilization

at

divisional

and

district

levels

has

limited

the

growth

of

science

and

technology

in

the

State

and

adoption

of

scientific

leads
.


Set

up

17

bio

centres,

one

(anywhere)

in

each

division

on

easily

sparable

land

of

UPSIDC

industrial

estates



The

one

of

Lucknow

division

be

established

in

Lucknow

Industrial

Development

Authority

(LIDA)

in

an

area

of

250

acres
.


VISION GROUP / STRATEGY PLANNING GROUP /
STEERING COMMITTEE

To

achieve

the

road

map

a

strategy

planning

group

consisting

the

top

most

scientific

and

technical

experts,

administration

and

industry

is

essential
.

The

following

is

proposed


Chairman
:


Top

most

scientist

of

the

country


Experts



10

(
7

from

India

and

3

from

Abroad)


(Top

scientists

from

institutions

both

Government

and

industries)


6

Basic,

2

clinical,

2

agri


Convener



Chief

Secretary


Member

Secretary

(Principal

Secretary

/

Secretary,

Science

and

Technology)


Implementing

Agency

(Department

of

Science

and

Technology

/

CST,

U
.
P
.
)