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2010-2020 ROADMAP

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  • The NIC will formulate a Roadmap for innovation for the nation for 2010-2020 with a focus on big ideas and interventions. It will create a framework for evolving an Indian model of Innovation, give appropriate policy inputs and promote innovations at State and Sectoral levels
  • Innovation involves thinking differently and creatively to create solutions that have an impact in terms of social and economic value. Innovation can also enable solutions to problems which are not being met in the conventional way of doing things. Innovation should also go beyond formal R&D parameters to mean new things: process innovation, organisational innovation or new applications of old knowledge
  • India has to focus on innovations that meet the need of people at the bottom of the pyramid- for them, in which they participate and which they can own. These should be affordable, without compromising quality. They should also use frugal processes and resources to ensure sustainability
  • While India has a tradition of improvisational innovation, this has to be scaled to a system of frugal engineering which can have tremendous benefits for solving challenges unique to our country. Some examples
  • Five Pronged approach to Innovation
  • Provide a broader platform for defining and understanding innovation to include: …. The multiple Councils will play a pivotal role in providing this broader platform for innovations both in terms of the breadth of ideas and the experts involved
  • Our Innovation strategy has to focus on inclusion with a special emphasis on parameters such as affordability, access and sustainability… This is crucial to meet the needs of the Bottom of the Pyramid
  • Creating an innovation culture in the country requires a robust eco-system. An eco-system in the form of institutions, incentives, policies and the right tools such as ICT can spur innovation activities in the country at all levels.
  • Innovations are driven by a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach, disruptive ideas, and parameters such as durable vs. disposable; need vs. demand etc.
  • Finally, room for discourse is critical to accommodate alternative views and voices and create a culture of questioning. We want to create the right avenues for discussion and debate to get the right inputs from outside the system as well.
  • NIC will write to CMs of States to create State Innovation councils to drive innovations in respective states to leverage their strengths and mitigate shortcomings
  • Domain experts will be co-opted in multiple sectoral councils to provide focused recommendations for enhancing the innovation capacity in a particular sector.
  • A National Innovation portal is being created as a gateway for innovation resources and as a platform for idea exchange. A snapshot of the same will be shown later.
  • Aim to create an Inclusive Innovation Fund to be structured as a Fund of Funds to invest directly in ventures, but primarily invest in intermediate funds or institutions. This would especially focus on generating solutions for the BoP. One suggestion that we have received is that it can fund innovations by inviting innovative ideas and proposing specific challenges for inviting innovative solutions. A presentation on the same will be made by Mr Srivastava shortly.
  • NIC would also identify and propose creation of innovation clusters as hubs of innovation. CII and FICCI will give more details on this.
  • NIC will propose to create innovation centers in universities to spur young innovators. Dr. Dhande will elaborate on this concept further.
  • The Council will also have to devise platforms and avenues for international collaborations in the form of inter ministerial exchanges, bilateral exchange forums or other linkages.
  • Systems of training and collaboration will be crucial in this endeavour and all our efforts will be geared to ensure this – from the Councils, clusters, Fund and portals..
  • Policy recommendations will be provided in the form of Multiple Roadmaps at the National, State, Sectoral Councils
  • Decade of Innovation

    1. 1. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsINDIADECADE OF INNOVATIONS2010-2020 ROADMAPMay 2013
    2. 2. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsIndia’s Decade of Innovations Government of India has declared 2010-2020 as the ‘Decadeof Innovation’, with a focus on inclusive growth To help Implement National Strategy & Prepare Roadmapfor the decade 2010-2020 the Prime Minister has set up aNational Innovation Council (NInC) NInC would create a cross cutting system to provide policies,recommendations and methodologies to boost innovationperformance in the country with a focus on Indian Model ofInnovation2
    3. 3. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsNational Innovation Council (NInC)A. Formulate a Roadmap for Innovation for 2010-2020B. Create a Framework for: Evolving an Indian model of innovation with focus on inclusive growth Delineating policy initiatives within the Government, required to spur innovation Developing and championing innovation attitudes and approaches Creating appropriate eco-systems and environment to foster inclusive innovation Exploring new strategies and alternatives for innovations & collaborations Identifying ways and means to scale and sustain innovations Encouraging Central and State Governments to innovate Encouraging universities and R&D institutions to innovate Facilitating innovations by SMEs Encouraging all important sectors of the economy to innovate Encouraging innovation in public service delivery Encouraging multidisciplinary and globally competitive approaches forinnovationsA. Promote setting up of State and Sector Innovation Councils to help implementstrategies for innovation in states and specific sectors
    4. 4. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsFor more information on our initiatives, visit www.innovationcouncil.gov.in
    5. 5. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsINNOVATION DEFINED5
    6. 6. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsInnovation Defined Involves thinking differently, creatively and insightfully Enables solutions/ inventions that have an impact on socialand economic value Fulfills unmet needs, not met by conventionalproducts/processes/ institutional forms Moving beyond R&D to mean new applications of oldtechnologies, new processes & structures, organisationalcreativity & more…
    7. 7. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations•Products•Services•Processes•Organization•Governance•Social sector•Urban/Rural•Public•National•International•Private Sector/ NGO•Individual•Institution•Big/ SmallInnovations redefine everything7Innovation
    8. 8. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsInclusive Innovation: The Indian Model Innovation paradigm to focus on inclusive innovation for/of& by the people at the BoP Focus on ‘frugal innovation’ that produces products andservices that are affordable by more people at low levels ofincome, without compromising quality Need innovation processes that are ‘frugal’ in terms of theresources required & have a ‘frugal’ impact on the earth’sresources Transform from a knowledge-producing economy to aknowledge-sharing society that will have relevance to manyparts of the world
    9. 9. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsInnovation Strategy
    10. 10. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsStrategy Provide broader PLATFORM for Innovations everywhere toinclude:1. Products2. Services3. Organizations & Institutions4. Processes5. Research and Development6. Science & Technology7. Governance8. Social and Cultural9. Mindset10. National/ State/ Sectoral Councils
    11. 11. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsStrategy Encourage Innovations for INCLUSION aimed at the Bottomof the Pyramid:1. Awareness2. Access3. Affordability4. Availability5. Scalability6. Sustainability7. Quality8. Pervasive Growth9. Innovations for/by the people10. Innovations for the BOP
    12. 12. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsStrategy Foster necessary ECO SYSTEM1. Incentives & Awards2. Innovation clusters at universities3. Innovative business clusters4. Innovation in MSMEs5. Organizational Autonomy & Flexibility6. Policies & Programmes7. New Institutions8. Risk/ Venture Capital9. IPR/ Patents10. Web & ICT as tools
    13. 13. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsStrategy Focus on DRIVERS1. Multidisciplinary2. Collaborative3. Disruptive4. Generational Change vs. Incremental Change5. Durable vs. Disposable6. Need vs. Demand7. Nature as Nurture8. Locally Relevant9. Globally Connected and Competitive10. Focus at the Edge
    14. 14. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsStrategy Expand Space for Discourse on Innovation in the country by:1. Discussions2. Debates3. Seminars4. Conferences5. Best Practices6. Subversive Dialogue7. Irreverent Dialogue8. New Ideas9. Media10. India Innovation Portal
    15. 15. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsStrategy: Impact The five-pronged focus will foster innovations by: Democratizing Information Identifying and empowering domain experts at National,State & District levels Ensuring institutional autonomy, freedom, flexibility,accountability and transparency Increasing community and public participation at all levels Improving Governance & Planning
    16. 16. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsNInC’s KEY INITIATIVES16
    17. 17. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations To help Implement National Strategy & PrepareRoadmap for the Decade 2010-2020:17Institutional Framework:Innovation Councils
    18. 18. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsState Innovation Councils SICs will do at the State level mostly what NInC will do at the national level Support the State Government to promote innovation in the State Encourage young talent and local universities, colleges, Medium and SmallScale Industries (MSME), R&D Institutes Map opportunities for innovation in the State Identify, Promote and Reward talent in innovation & disseminate successstories Organize seminars, lectures, workshops on innovation to educate Help build Innovation Eco-Systems Organise Risk capital Prepare Innovation Roadmaps 2010-2020 for the State Status: 22 States have constituted State Innovation Council
    19. 19. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsSectoral Innovation Councils Map opportunities for innovation in the sector Help create innovation eco-systems Encourage young talent and local universities, colleges, industries, R&Dinstitutes Identify and reward talent in innovation and disseminate success stories Organize seminars, lectures, workshops on innovation Provide support to promote innovation in your sector Encourage innovations in public service delivery Prepare a Sectoral Roadmap for Innovation 2010-2020 for the sector inthe country 25 Sectoral Innovation Councils have been constituted
    20. 20. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsFinancing Innovation:India Inclusive Innovation Fund NInC wishes to establish a Rs 5000 cr (US $1 Billion) autonomous Innovation Fundto back Bottom-of-the-Pyramid innovation in phases Government seeded (20%), privately invested (80%) Will invest in innovative, low-cost products and services to the poor: education,health, agriculture, water and sanitation, energy Product innovation, business model innovation, service innovation Professionally managed as a for profit entity, combining social returns with (lower-than-usual) financial returns Mentoring/Skill development to build entrepreneurial capacity The Hon’ble Finance Minister announced an initial contribution of Rs. 100 crore (US$20 million) as seed money for the fund on 15thNovember 2011. Contributions are expected from DFID UK, Public Sector Banks, PSUs and privatesector First close of the Fund to be announced in July –August 2013
    21. 21. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsImproving Jobs, Productivity andCompetitiveness: Industry Innovation Clusters Driving the innovation agenda nationally would requirestrengthening regional capacity for innovation It is proposed to identify 100 Industry Innovation Clustersacross the country to develop and support innovation in2013 These will enable interconnections between intellectual,financial, human and creative capital as well as unleashlatent potential by galvanising innovation around ClusterInnovation Centres An initial pilot in 7 identified industry clusters and 2University clusters is currently underway
    22. 22. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsInnovation Clusters: The Vision• Connected Ecosystem• Nexus for Collaborations,R&D, Networking, Sharing• Expand Role of IndustryAssociations• Not Govt-driven just akick-starter and facilitator• Self-sustainingresponsibility
    23. 23. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsInnovation Clusters: The ExecutionModelCIC – The connector• All “internal” units• All “external” orgs• Collaboration,cooperation, networkingCIC – The channel• R&D, Skills, Mentors,Financiers , ExpertsCIC – The leadership• Catalyze, facilitate andmanage innovationactivities on daily basisCICRole of theCluster Innovation Center(CIC)
    24. 24. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsPilot ClustersAgartala, TripuraSector : BambooMoradabad, Uttar PradeshSector : BrasswareAhmedabad, GujaratSector : Life SciencesFaridabad, HaryanaSector : Auto ComponentsErnakulam, KeralaSector : FurnitureKrishnagiri, TamilnaduSector : Food ProcessingThrissur, KeralaSector : Ayurveda
    25. 25. Innovation Cluster | Krishnagiri: Food ProcessingNATIONAL INNOVATION COUNCIL
    26. 26. Innovation Cluster | Ernakulam: FurnitureNATIONAL INNOVATION COUNCIL
    27. 27. Innovation Cluster | Tripura: BambooNATIONAL INNOVATION COUNCIL
    28. 28. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsNurturing Innovation throughEducation Promoting innovation in schools and colleges by intervening in curriculum, talent-spotting of innovators among students and award of Innovation Fellowships Setting up an Innovation Centre in each DIET (District Institute of Education andTraining) Mapping of Local History, Ecology and Cultural Heritage by each High School in thecountry to create critical thinking Creation of a Meta University, as a global first, that rides on the NationalKnowledge Network to promote multi-disciplinary learning, Setting up twenty Design Innovation Centres co-located in Institutes of NationalImportance Facilitating the creation of innovation ecosystems at Universities throughUniversity Innovation Clusters Ministry of Human Resource Development has green-lighted the three proposals ofawarding Innovation fellowships; mapping of local history, ecology by high schoolsand creation of a Meta University
    29. 29. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsNational Innovation Scholarships Initiative to institutionalise innovative thinking in youth. Scholarships for 1000 exceptionally innovative students across India,every year. Awardees will be from Classes VIII to XII (or similar age group, forchildren not attending regular schools, or out of school). Rs 25,000 per year, for each awardee student, for each year fromClasses VIII to Classes XII. Scholarship will encourage problem-solving and innovative thinking.Annual ‘innovation camps’ to groom, mentor, and network younginnovators. Operationalised by National Innovation Foundation. Modalities beingdeveloped by joint committee of National Innovation Council, Ministryof Human Resource Development; for launch of first batch in 2013.
    30. 30. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsDesign Innovation Centres The National Innovation Council has been developing aproposal under the aegis of the Ministry of HumanResource Development (MHRD) for setting up a networkof Design Innovation Centres as new models of designeducation, co-located in Institutes of NationalImportance Co-location in campuses of national repute like IITs/NITswill help leverage academic and industry resources andgive a boost to design capacity in the country.
    31. 31. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsDesign Innovation Centres: KeyFeatures DICs will be specialised design research institutions DICs should be co-located in existing educational and researchinstitutions that do not currently have a design programme, therebyinfusing the principles of design thinking into academic institutions. The underlying mandate of each DIC would be to scout forinnovation opportunities in both economic and social domains, andto determine priorities for action in a structured but open process DICs may chose to have a regional focus (local crafts/local industry/environmental needs/skill development needs, etc.), and/or couldfocus on the host institution’s core function.
    32. 32. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsDesign Innovation Centres: KeyFeatures DICs will be free to network and partner with other institutions, andwill not be limited in any way by their being co-located with the hostinstitution. In addition to sharing faculty with host institutions, their ownpermanent staff, DICs will have rotating faculty comprising ofworking professionals from varied educational and professionalbackgrounds, as well as international faculty through extensive tieswith leading design institutions across the world. DICs will promote collaborative learning between students of theDIC and of the host institution.
    33. 33. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsDesign Innovation Centres: Status In the 12thFive Year Plan the Ministry of HRD hasapproved 5 host institutions for the first five DesignInnovation Centres to be set up in the financial year2012-2013 These include: IIT- Bombay, IIT-Delhi, IIT-Guwahati, IISC-Bangalore, and the University of Delhi. Theimplementation plan is currently being discussed withMHRD and NInC has also suggested an AdvisoryCommittee for this purpose to be created under thepurview of the Ministry.
    34. 34. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsTod-Fod-Jod NInC has come up with the concept of Top-Fod-Jodworkshops at schools and colleges to Excite young minds to understand the technology behindarticles/devices of daily use by dismantling them Encourage them to put together ‘jugaad’ solutions for localproblems Encourage hands-on learning of science Numerous Tod-Fod-Jod Sessions with schools, both urbanand rural, are planned in 2013 Discussions underway with MHRD for nation wide roll out
    35. 35. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsAdvocacy and Communication for Innovation:India Innovation Portal Information related to innovations and innovators in a single repository forprospective innovators and policy makers Platform for idea exchange Platform for fostering industry-academia partnerships, and national and globalcollaborations, interactive communities Dissemination of information on innovations across sectors and in states Outreach medium to publicise and announce Awards and Challenges Similar portals on core sectors such as water, energy, environment,biodiversity have been successfully facilitated by the National KnowledgeCommission Portal launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister on 15thNovember 2011:www.innovation.gov.in An online Platform to conduct Grand Challenges to promote innovations to belaunched
    36. 36. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
    37. 37. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsCall for Proposals for ReducingDrudgery NInC had announced an innovation Challenge to reduce workerdrudgery in October 2011 468 proposals were received and 6 were awarded for theirinnovations by Shri Jairam Ramesh, Kumari Selja, and Shri SamPitroda at a function on 4th April 2012 PM appraised of the innovations and the need for appropriatepolicy interventions Indian Step and Business Incubators Association (ISBA) andEntrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) supporting theseentrepreneurs to convert their proposals into a business plan
    38. 38. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOne MP One Idea NInC initiative to foster a grassroots bottoms-up approachto innovation and to arrive at solutions for local problems Through this competition, every MP will be encouraged tobecome the ‘champion of innovation’ in his/herconstituency by holding the ‘One MP-One Idea’competition Cash awards of Rs. 2.5 lakh, Rs. 1.5 lakh and Rs. 1 Lakh tobe awarded to the winners from the MPLADS Approved for all Lok Sabha MPs in May 2012 by Ministryof Statistics and Programme Implementation
    39. 39. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsScience Museums NInC is working with the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM)and the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) to promoteinnovation in Museums through: Creating Innovation Spaces Promoting Interactive Exhibits Encouraging outreach activities 7 Pilots of Innovation Spaces to be set up by December 2012 Pilot effort at: Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, North-East to beled by NCSM Pilot at Sawai Madhopur to be led by NMNH Pilot at Ahmedabad to led by Vikram Sarabhai Communcity ScienceCentre (VASCSC)
    40. 40. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsPartnering for Innovation:Collaboration and Networks NInC will develop platforms for collaboration and engagementwith other countries to understand their views, ideas andstrategies for strengthening the innovation eco-system These cross-cultural exchanges will stimulate and add value to ourviews on innovation As a first NInC hosted a Global Innovation Roundtable on 14th-15thNovember 2011 where heads of innovation policy from 15countries came together to share innovation perspectives. A Follow up Roundtable was hosted on 1stand 2ndNovember 2012 Post Roundtable we are receiving multiple proposals oncollaboration from interested countries
    41. 41. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsCollaboration, Training & Research Fostering a culture of innovations requires mechanisms forcollaboration, training and research The Councils will bring key stakeholders together to analyse problemsand recommend solutions The clusters – physical and virtual – will create support systems andinfrastructure for innovators The India Inclusive Innovation Fund would provide the right resourcesand incentives The India Innovation Portal would provide a platform for collaboration,sharing and support by creating right synergies These linkages, knowledge exchanges and support mechanisms in thesystem will enable ideas to be transformed into innovative outputs
    42. 42. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsMultiple Roadmaps The core ideas, strategies and recommendations devised at thenational, state and sectoral levels will be crystallized in the formof Roadmaps These will provide action points and policy inputs to thegovernment for innovation focused on inclusive growth at theNational level, State levels and in each identified domain andsector These roadmaps will be created at the national level by theNational Innovation Council, at the state level by the Statecouncils and in each sector by the Sectoral Councils or sub groupsidentified by the Sectoral Councils
    43. 43. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsConsultations Government Political Parties Ministry of Finance Ministry of S&T Ministry HRD Ministry of Information andCommunications Technology Ministry of MSME Ministry of Health and FamilyWelfare Ministry of Railways Ministry of Law and Justice Scientific Advisory Council to thePM NIC CSIR Planning Commission PMO State Governments Professionals Indian Science Community andassociations Indian Industry Associations – CII,FICCI, AIMA, etc. Think Tanks and InnovationOrganizations NGOs Multilateral Agencies Industry and private sector Regional/ National/International Consultations
    44. 44. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsUnique Window of Opportunity Redefine Innovation Paradigm beyond R&D Focus on Inclusive Innovations Create innovation roadmaps across States /Sectors Create necessary ecosystem, talent & funding Use ICT/Web as entry point for delivery Build scalable and sustainable Indian model
    45. 45. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWebsites & PortalsWebsitesAdviser to the Prime Minister: www.iii.gov.inNational Innovation Council: www.innovationcouncil.gov.inNational Knowledge Commission: www.knowledgecommission.gov.inGlobal Innovation roundtable:www.globalinnovationroundtable.gov.inNational Knowledge Network: http://www.nkn.in/India Smart Grid Task Force: www.isgtf.inModernization of Indian Railways: www.railwaymodernisation.gov.in
    46. 46. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWebsites & PortalsPortals National Innovation Portal: www.innovation.gov.in India Biodiversity Portal: www.indiabiodiversity.org Teachers of India: www.teachersofindia.org India Environment Portal:www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in India Energy Portal: www.indiaenergyportal.org India Water Portal: www.indiawaterportal.org
    47. 47. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWebsites & PortalsSocial Media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Delhi-India/Adviser-to-the-PM-on-Public-Information-Infrastructure-and-Innovations/100738043327407?v=wall Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/iii Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Pitroda Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/71175052@N04/
    48. 48. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsTHANK YOU48

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