NMU1990

789 views
726 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
789
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
523
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

NMU1990

  1. 1. Theme Area: Brain Gain: Promoting research and innovation
  2. 2. Based on 2006-2010 Scopus data, India has only 159 research leadership areas. Innovations from grassroots level are very less Scope of The Scheme………… Sr.No. Section Word Ranking Innovations from grassroots level are very less in India as compare to the rest of world. Currently article growth comes typically from universities rather than from the science institutes, so the biggest players are not ones with the highest growth rates. Absence of linkages between excellence in formal scientific systems and informal knowledge systems. Sr.No. Section Word Ranking 1 Global innovation index 66 2 Govt. Effectiveness 70 3 Expenditure on education 90 4 Gross expenditure on R&D 43 5 Infrastructure 89 6 Political environment 108 7 Innovation linkages 51 8 Citable documents H index 23 9 Employment in knowledge- intensive services No record found
  3. 3. Illiteracy SuperstitionsGeneration gap Reasons behind failure of Govt. schemes….. ? ‘IAS’ Scheme SolutionGovt. schemes Education System Mentality Unemploym ent Facilities Monopoly ?? Solution
  4. 4. e Aware the People through ‘Innovation Awareness Scheme’ (IAS) model Visualization of model proposed Outcome Training of Volunteers Understan ding the situation Implementation of IAS model Volunteer •Unemployed people. •Teachers •Saving scheme groups •Government officers •Professionals e Implementation of Model •Professionals has to train the volunteers with hands on experience with research and innovation. •Government officers and R&D persons have to encourage & monitor the volunteers. •The Volunteers directly approaches to general peoples through informal communication individually or in groups at religious functions. They have to aware peoples by organizing programs like stage/road show, competition, workshops for day today life science, night sky seeing program. •Teacher volunteers have to help the students to get knowledge through experiments with increasing scientific approach, self creativity with focus on research and innovations which they have to live with. •Professionals from R&D labs have to provide world class facility to the innovators.
  5. 5. Volunteers network…… Recruitment criteria Training Appointment Job profile Honorarium Volunteer Above HSC (self motivated) R&D personals with special training at research labs. Through entrance exam Aware the peoples 2500/- Sr. Volunteer Above Graduation (self motivated) R&D personals with special training at research labs. Through entrance exam Aware the peoples and make evaluation of work 3000/- Supervisor Above PG (self motivated) R&D personals with special training at research labs. Through entrance exam Aware the peoples, control and provide 6000/- motivated) training at research labs. exam control and provide help to supervisors Sr. Supervisor Above PG with administrative skills (self motivated) R&D personals with special training at research labs. Through entrance exam Aware the peoples and downlink 10,000/- Divisional Manager University/R&D institute scientist/ Govt. officer (self motivated) Interview Aware the peoples maintain linking between Admissible allowance Committee Member R&D professionals/ Govt. officer (self motivated) Interview Aware the peoples Admissible allowance Director Eminent scientists (self motivated) Interview authority of committee Admissible allowance
  6. 6. ‘IAS’ Implementation Director Technical + Nontechnical Help Funding IAS Divisional Office Supervisor Sr. Supervisor Divisional Manager Committee Member Evaluation Outcome Citizens Teacher Saving scheme groups Students Family members Aware Family Family Innovative family Volunteer Sr. Volunteer Supervisor Awareness Training Recruitment
  7. 7. Generation of research and innovation aware volunteers through ‘IAS’ scheme. Awareness Research and innovations by peoples Recruitment of Volunteers Peoples get involved in IAS scheme Basic science Day today life science & innovations High quality study material Research and innovations aware Peoples Awareness through aware peoples IPR issues Technical issues Fully motivated peoples Volunteer Training module Skill based thinking Innovative attitude Utilization of culture/ tradition
  8. 8. IAS : Invest and outcomes… + + Total Expenditure ₹ 4,00,000/- for awareness of 20,000 peoples per month Facilities/Program/ TA/DA/Stationary/ other expenses ₹ 50,000/- ₹ 25,000/- Higher Authority = After one year of successful implementation of IAS scheme ~26,00,000 peoples were aware about research and innovation costs @ 48 lacks only 11,53,297+5,76,648 17,29,945 Aware Peoples/Months 11th Month One Year  Some Economics + + + +₹ 30,000/- ₹ 2,50,000/- ₹ 6,000/- ₹ 10,000/- ₹ 30,000/- Divisional Officer Sr. Supervisor 10 Sr. Volunteers Aware 20,000 Peoples/Month 100 Volunteers 1 Supervisor 20,000 20,000+10,000 30,000+15,000 45,000+22,500 67,5000+33,750 1,01,250+50,625 1st Month 2nd Month 3rd Month 4th Month 5th Month 6th Month
  9. 9. Advantages of IAS over Existing System: The people get aware about day today life science and ultimately they directed towards to live life with innovations by changing their thinking and setting their mind towards research. This basic thing is transferred them to generate innovative approach in next generation and it directly impacts on incoming innovations and research in near future. Students from KG to Higher secondary education are aware to innovate new things by learning through experience based education. With these the parents of the students are also aware by our volunteers therefore the awareness percent is increases. The govt. schemes for the awareness program are limited to targeted community ofThe govt. schemes for the awareness program are limited to targeted community of peoples due to that the generation and educational gap is arises so that govt. scheme fails. In ‘IAS’ scheme our target is not limited to some peoples but it extends up to all our members of society. The most of NGO’s are involved in this field to generate awareness in general peoples , educated peoples. But they also fail to linkup the gap between educated, general people and highly educated peoples. IAS model trust in grassroot level innovations linking it with world class facilities by collaboration or by building R&D centers with help of Govt. and NGO’s. We also help minimize the unemployment in the society.
  10. 10. Expected Outcomes of ‘IAS’ Awareness in general public about “Research and Innovation” will be effectively increases with increases in time. Peoples like to live life with innovative ideas with implementing new things in their regular routine life. Increase in awareness directly impacts on grassroots level innovations. Higher education level awareness is expected to increase rapidly in several years of implementation of ‘IAS’ scheme. The number of patents and citations from grass root level peoples are expected to increases in near future with increasing facilities and technical support. For recommended innovative ideas from grass root level researchers Govt./NGO’s provide the funds through grants/fellowship and also make available the necessary platforms. Ordinary peoples attracted to innovate new things. Students (regular/irregular) are highly motivated towards innovative, independent & scientifically thinking. Which further helpful for the building research and innovation based army in the nation. Economically this model is applicable for all states of India. This model may utilize to overcome the need of regarded area. This model works as linking between different portions of the society which will also helpful to increase the equality.
  11. 11. References …..  http://nif.org.in/  http://antisuperstition.org/  http://dst.gov.in/  http://www.vigyanprasar.gov.in/  http://www.ugc.ac.in/ http://www.ugc.ac.in/  http://www.nature.com/  http://www.science.com  http://www.globalinnovationindex.org/  http://www.eeherald.com/index.html  http://www.indianexpress.com/  http://mahanews.gov.in/

×