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This presentation gives insight about honey bee network. An effort of Nif, Gian working for local entrpreneurs who are having less knowledge to promote their inventions and easrning monetary benefits ...

This presentation gives insight about honey bee network. An effort of Nif, Gian working for local entrpreneurs who are having less knowledge to promote their inventions and easrning monetary benefits through them.

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  • Honey Bee Network July 25, 2008 PRESENTED BY : PRAGYA MODI ARPIT MEHROTRA ANKUSH AGARWAL A Presentation on
    • Honey Bee believes that cross pollination of ideas by exchange of information across language and cultural boundaries, may increase societal capacity to spur, spawn, stimulate, and sustain grassroots innovations and provide resources for sustainable development.
    • Protecting the intellectual property rights of grassroots innovators, and generating models for recognizing, respecting and rewarding creativity.
    • Experimenting in order to add value to their knowledge.
    • Embedding the insights learned from technological and institutional innovations developed by individuals as well as communities.
    • Developing entrepreneurial ability in order to generate returns from this knowledge, and enriching people's and provider (scientists, leaders, and administrators) cultural and institutional basis for dealing with nature.
  • Green grassroots Innovators Honey Bee Network State/Regional Collaborators, Nodal Officers, Volunteers from Educational, R&D Institutions, NGO, Students, Innovators Associations, GIAN Scouting and Documentation Dissemination and Information Technology Value Addition and Product Development Incubator, Business Development and Micro Venture IPRs Management National Co-coordinators Advisery Committee of Science and Technology experts Advisery Committee of expert grassroots innovators from informal sectors Chief Innovation Officer Executive Vice-Chairperson Chairperson Governing Council
    • Organization Support
    • SRISTI :In 1993, SRISTI was set up to provide some backup support for the network
    • Incubation support
    • GIAN: Grassroots Innovation Augmentation Network (GIAN) was set up as an incubator to convert innovations into enterprises.
    • Value additional support
    • NIF: National Innovation Foundation (NIF) was set up by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.
    • Honey Bee database of Innovations & traditional knowledge crossed the limit of 70000.
    • Honey Bee gathers ideas by staying in touch with rural India and conducting shodhyatras.
    • It has also filed more than 142 patents, such as a Singapore patent for a walnut-peeling machine and a US patent for a tree-climbing apparatus. Two-dozen patents have been granted.
    • The villagers will get royalty for their contribution
    • The centre also encourages women to innovate. Of the total funds received by Sristi, 5% is reserved for women innovators.
    • Matrix Biosciences, part of Hyderabad-based Matrix Group, signed a deal with the National Innovation Foundation.
    • Sristi, with a local marketing firm Nirmaan, will be launching five herbal pesticides. These herbal pesticides have been developed by farmers in Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.
    • The Honeybee Network Supported Remya Jose in rural Kerala who has developed a pedal-powered washing machine that saves time, energy, and water.
  • Rider Induced bicycle Mr. Kanak Das, Assam Bicycle based sprayer Mr. Mansukhbhai Jagani, Gujarat Bicycle with gear Mr. Jayanti J Patel,Gujarat Bamboo bicycle Mr. Dodhi Pathak, Assam Amphibious Bicycle Mohd. Saidullah, Bihar Bicycle based mobile spray pump Subhas Vasantrao Jagtap, Maharastra Multipurpose Bicycle Md. Kamruddin, Rajasthan Bicycle operated pump Mr. Vikram Rathore, AP Bicycle based portable Pump Mr. Nasiruddin Gayen, WB Bicycle based Innovations
  • Motor-bike based Innovations Motor-cycle based ploughing attachment ‘Bullet-Santi’ Mr. Mansukhbhai Jagani, Gujarat Modified scooter for handicapped Mr. Dhanjibhai Kerai, Gujarat Motorcycle based sprayer Mr. Ganeshbhai Dodiya, Gujarat Small efficient diesel engine Mr. Mansukhbhai Sanchaniya, Gujarat Non-return valve for 4-stroke engine Mr. Arvind Khandake, Maharashtra Auto engine Stopper Mr. Tukaram Varma Chhattisgarh
  • Micro Windmil– Mr. N V Satyanarayanan, AP Energizer Shoes Mr. Pankaj Sharma & Team, HP E-bike Mr. Kanak Das, Assam Solar Spectacle Frame for Night Reading Mr. Prakash Shende, Maharashtra Remote Fire Cracker Device Balram Singh Saini, Haryana Electronics based Innovations Mobile Operated Switch Mr. Prem Singh Saini, Harayana
  • Kushal Sprayer Khimjibhai, Gujarat Bestow-Foot Operated Sprayer Mr. Parbhatbhai Vaghani, Gujarat Bicycle based sprayer Mr. Mansukhbhai Jagani, Gujarat Motorcycle based sprayer Mr. Ganeshbhai Dodiya, Gujarat Motorized multi-purpose Mulubhai Senjaliya,Gujarat Bullock-cart based sprayer Mr. Bhanjibhai Mathukia, Gujarat Hand Operated Sprayer Mr.Gopalbhai, Gujarat Jayant Sprayer Mr. Rameshbhai Bhalala, Gujarat Agriculture Sprayers Bullock-cart based sprayer Mr. Bhanjibhai Mathukia, Gujarat
    • Location disadvantage.
    • Formal promotional or advertising problems.
    • Questions on preliminary test results done by GIAN/NIF.
    • Presence of low cost substitutes or machines.
    • Delaying payment of licence instalment fees.
    • Difficulty in tracking the sales record.
    • Subsidy problems.
    • No following up is done by innovators to entrepreneurs.
    • Selling of another variant of products by entrepreneurs.
    • Scaling up product development. Do more marketing. Better designing.
    • Not commercializing all the products but instead commercializing those which have enough market potential.
    • Asking NGOs to increase innovators awareness regarding following up the entrepreneur, royalty etc.
    • Searching market properly and should identify if low cost products exist.
  • APPENDIX
  • “ THANK YOU” QUESTIONS ARE WELCOME!!