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  • 1. SHIVANK KAPOOR (EE-B) (Team co-ordinator) PUNEET CHAUHAN(EE-B) UJJWAL AGRAWAL(EE-B) SHUBHAM PATHAK(EE-B) VAIBHAV BANSAL(EE-B)
  • 2. INTRODUCTION India shares the global challenge of higher education in the 21st century. The innovation required today invites us to go beyond the orthodox ideas about innovation itself. The National Innovation Council defines innovation as: “Innovation today is increasingly going beyond the confines of“Innovation today is increasingly going beyond the confines of formal R&D to redefine everything. Today innovation can mean new and unique applications of old technologies, using design to develop new products and services, new processes and structures to improve performance in diverse areas, organizational creativity, and public sector initiatives to enhance delivery of services. Innovation is being seen as a means of creating sustainable and cost effective solutions for people at the bottom of the pyramid, and is being viewed as an important strategy for inclusive growth in developing economies.”
  • 3. COMPARISON
  • 4. 0.00% 1.00% 2.00% 3.00% 4.00% USA South korea China UK India GDP GDP 0 500 USA China South korea UK India US $ (in billion) korea
  • 5. FACTOR EFFECTING THE RESEARCH Interest Administrative support Family level support Motivation Academic support Financial support Subordinates supports Heatth,Age Technical support
  • 6. CAUSES OF RESEARCH Research is considered as a major component of innovation and a key to the development of modern societies. Research allows you to pursue your interests, to learn something new, to hone your problem-solving skills and to challenge yourself in new ways.challenge yourself in new ways. Ensure services and treatments are relevant to the public Find out what people think about services Improve treatments and services Test treatments to make sure they are safe and effective Improve the environment, health and wellbeing of a local population
  • 7. EFFECTS OF RESEARCH Great economic growth of nation Positive contribution ofPositive contribution of foreign aid to improve of the country High compensation of the salary International opportunities of work Improvement of education in the country Working in well-known company
  • 8. ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Government made Research and Innovation Act, 2012 In order to seed and experience the joy of innovation, every year 2 lakh school children in the ageinnovation, every year 2 lakh school children in the age group of 10 to 15 years i.e. 6th to 10th standard are being identified for the INSPIRE Award. Each INSPIRE Award envisions an investment of Rs. 5000/- per child. Government constituted the National Innovation Council (NIC). National Innovation Foundation (NIF),
  • 9. FUNDS FOR RESEARCH Institutional Central government bodies NGO’s Local level bodies State government bodies Company based on R&D International bodies
  • 10. IUAC has been providing universities with opportunities to do internationally competitive research in different branches of science. 1 • Innovative teachers/educational programmes. • In this programme grant money 25 upto 100 crores for 5years.1 2 • Innovative research programme. • In this programme grant money 100 upto300 crores for five years. 3 • Organisational innovation.
  • 11. APPENDIX REFERENCE:- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_resear ch_and_development_spending www.jstor.org/stable/2779442www.jstor.org/stable/2779442 http://www.theatlanticcities.com/technology/2011/10/w orlds-leading-nations-innovation-and-technology/224/ http://mhrd.gov.in/iiser_hindi