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  • 1. Networking Indian Agri-business Incubators for Technology Commercialization Indian Council of Agricultural Research, KAB-II, Pusa, New Delhi – 110 012 Website: www.naip.icar.org.in Dr. Bangali Baboo National Director National Agricultural Innovation Project
  • 2.
    • 2.4% of the world’s area.
    • >17% of world’s human and 11% livestock population.
    • 142 m ha cultivated and 60 m ha net irrigated.
    • 52% population earns livelihood from agriculture.
    • 14.2% contribution in GDP.
    • 10.23% earning of total exports ( 86,000 crores)
    India Today…..
  • 3. Indian NARS
    • Central Government
    • 97 ICAR Institutes/Directorates/NRCs/Bureaux with 156 Centres.
    • 8 ZPDs + 595 KVKs (to be 667 by 2012).
    • 1 CAU + 4 DUs + 4 CUs with Ag. faculty.
    • State Government
    • 53 SAUs + 1 DU.
    • 265 Constituent Colleges with 640 ARSs.
  • 4. Strengths of ICAR
    • Well organized, integrated and coordinated research, education and extension.
    • Strong scientific resource base.
    • Proven track record of technologies with high pay off.
    • Strong partnerships with national and international organizations.
    • Ability to anticipate challenges.
  • 5. National Agricultural Innovation Project (NAIP) - ICAR
    • 188 sub-projects in Consortium mode.
    • 364 organizations involved.
    • 1,25,000 stakeholders participating.
    • 250 Million USD budget ( World Bank + Govt. of India )
    • Aims at improving system’s efficiency, poverty alleviation, income generation besides strategic research in frontier areas.
  • 6. Business Planning and Development Units (BPDUs)
    • Encourages, nurtures and supports technologists and scientists to turn their innovative research ideas into commercial ventures.
    • Undertakes technology validation, technology transfer and enterprise development.
    • Accomplishes science and technology-led, sustainable socio-economic gains
  • 7.
    • Lead Center
    • Agri-Business Incubator, ICRISAT, Hyderabad
    • Northern Region
    • 1. New Delhi
    • 2. Izatnagar
    • 3. Hisar
    • Southern Region
    • 4. Coimbatore
    • 5. Cochin
    • Central Region
    • 6. Jabalpur
    • 7. Ranchi
    • Eastern Region
    • 8. Kolkata
    • Western Region
    • 9. Mumbai
    • 10. Anand
    A unique platform for Agri-Business development. Network of Indian Agri-Business Incubators
  • 8. Training and Capacity Building
    • EDPs for Sourcing of New Entrepreneurs.
    • EDPs for Imparting Technical Skills to Entrepreneurs.
    • Training for Internal Human Resource.
    • Capacity Building of Zonal Partners.
  • 9.
    • Incubatees : 75
    • Technologies commercialized : 44
    • Revenue Generated through tech. commercialization: 292.2 lakhs
    • New Additional funding
    • MSME : 5.3 crore
    • DST: 2.5 crore
    Achievements Thermal process validation consultancy by BPD-CIFT to M/S Horizon Fisheries, Mandhoo, Maldives
  • 10.
    • Evaluating commercial viability of a technology for sound enterprise development.
    • Developing commercial data such as scale of production, size of plant, investment, infrastructure, manpower etc.
    • Preparation of DPR ( Detailed Project Report )
    • Customized training on entrepreneurship development with hand on training.
    NIABI can offer Indian Experiences and Expertise
  • 11.
    • Facilitating two-way technology transfer and commercialization between India and Africa
    • Strengthening the capacities of African agribusiness managers and operatives
    • Facilitating soft landings for Indian firms wishing to enter Africa for agribusiness
    • Facilitating linkages for African agribusinesses seeking partnerships and export opportunities with Indian agribusinesses
    • Establishing a strategic alliance for initiating the Global Agri Business Incubator network (GABI)
    NIABI Exploring agribusiness opportunities through South-South Collaboration
  • 12. Contact: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, National Agricultural Innovation Project Krishi Anusandhan Bhavan-II, Pusa, New Delhi – 110012 Tel: 011-25848772; Fax: 011-25843403 Email: ndnaip@icar.org.in, ndnaip@gmail.com Website: www.naip.icar.org.in