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This presentation is for ICAR scientists for filling up information about their projects as PI in PIMS ICAR.

This presentation is for ICAR scientists for filling up information about their projects as PI in PIMS ICAR.

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  • Guidelines for providing Project Information in PIMS Nirmal Kumar Scientist GIS Section Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • In your inbox you’ll get a mail for each project from pims_icar_admin@iasri.res.in stating your Project title, Project ID, & Password Project title Project IDPassword Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • Type here in the address bar: Open in Internet explorer only http://pimsicar.iasri.res.in/ Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • PIMS ICAR website opens 1. Type your project ID hereNote: Project ID and Password are same 2. Type your Password here Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033 3. Click Submit
  • The home page of your project opens stating PIs (your) responsibility The slides ahead are for 4. Click here on plus (+) mark opposite ongoing ongoing projects project if the project is ongoing 4. Or Click here on plus (+) mark opposite completed project if theNBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033 Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, project is completed
  • 5. Click here on plus (+) mark opposite project basic data Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 6. Click on general information Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • A non-editable page for Project General Information opens. 7. Make it editable by clicking on EDIT tab Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • Funding source and the title are written already. 8. Select appropriate Still you can edit the title. research approach from the drop down menu9. Put some of the key words for your project 10. Select appropriate priority area from the drop down menu 11. Click on one of the radio button depending on the type of project (uni-, bi-, or multi-disciplinary) 14. Write here the project code provided by IRC12. Fill the date of starting, date of completion, date of approval, and 13. Edit the budget if its date up to which it is extended (if 16. Click on written wrong here the project is extended) by clicking in save Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033 the drop down menu opposite each 15. Write a few line here about the questions attempted to answer through your project item
  • The project general information is saved now 17. Now click on project profile summary Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • The project summary page opens 18. Click on EDIT tab 19. Write here the project profile summary After you write something in the Project profile summary box, the SAVE tab gets highlighted. 20. Click on SAVE Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 21. Click on Specific Area 22. Click on Add 23. Write the specific area as per the IRC documentAfter you write something in the Specific area box, the SAVE tab gets highlighted. 24. Click on Save Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 25. Click on Collaborating institute if the project is collaborative 26. Select the collaborative institute from the list in the list box27. Click here to add it Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 28. Click here on SAVEtab Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 29. Click on Institute division, and the Project Division Page opens 30. Select here the Institute, i.e., NBSS&LUP 32. Click on SAVE31. Select here the division, section, or Regional Centre Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 33. Click here on Project Document and the Upload Project Related Documents page opens 34. Prepare separate word files for • Technical detail document • Review of literature • Project technical profile • Project research details 35. Click here to upload technical detail document 36. Click here to upload review of literature 37. Click here to upload project technical profile 38. Click here to upload project Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033details research
  • 39. Now click on Objectives 40. Click on ADD 41. Write 1st Objective 42. Click SAVE Repeat the steps in 40 – 42 for each objective Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 43. Now click on Activities 44. Select one object at a time from the drop down menu 46. Write here the activities under this objective 45. Click ADD 47. Write here the description of the activity 50. Click here 51. Click on SAVE 49. Choose the Institute where the48. Write here the start and end activity will be taken from the Institute quarters for that activity list Repeat the steps 44 to 51 for adding each activity under each objective Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 52. Now click on Project Budget 52. Click ADD 53. Select institute 54. Select year 55. Fill all particulars 56. Click SAVERepeat the steps 54 to 56 for adding budget details for each year Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 57. Now click on Project Expert 58. Click ADD 59. Select institute 60. Select name of expert 61. Select his/her status in the project 62. Write the time allotted to the mentioned expert 63. Click on saveRepeat the steps 58 to 63 for adding each expert of the project Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 65. Click ADD 64. Click here for project 67. Click outcome details SAVE 66. Write in brief the Project outcomeThis completes the information about Project basic data Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 68. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- recurring contingencies– contractual services Only for the project having RA/SRF 69. Click OK Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • Only for the project having RA/SRF 71. Select institute 70. Click ADD 72. Select type of post: SRF/RA 73. Write justification for 78.Click SAVE RA/SRF 77. Write the number for such post 74. Click the radio button 75. Select the year 76. Write the cost for that yearRepeat these steps for other post Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 79. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- recurring contingencies– Operational Expenses 80. Click ADD 81. Select institute 82. Write item type 83. Write the name of the item 84. Write justification 85. Write year wise cost on the item similar to last slide 86. Click Repeat these steps for each item SAVE Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 87. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- recurring contingencies– Revenue Only for projects generating revenue 88. Click OK Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • Only for projects generating revenue 89. Click ADD 90. Select Institute 91. Select revenue source 92. Select year 94. Write revenue generated 95. Click Save 93. Write quantityRepeat these steps if revenue generated form more the one sources Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 96. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- recurring contingencies– Workshops Only for projects having workshops 97. Click OK Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • Only for projects having workshops 98. Click ADD 99. Write the name of the workshop 100. Write the venue 102. Write the objective 103. Write the duration and year 104. Write number of participants and cost involved 107. Click SAVE 105. Select date 106. Justify the need of workshopRepeat these steps for more than one workshops Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 109. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- recurring contingencies– Training Only if the project includes training for associates or persons related to the project 110. Click OK Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • If the trainees are project associates 111. Click ADD 112. Select Project Associate Fill the required information 113.SAVENirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • If the trainees are other than project associates 112. Select othersFill the required information 113. SAVE Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 114. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- nonrecurring contingencies– Civil works If the project includes civil works 115. Click OK Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • If the project includes civil works 116. Click ADD 117. Select institute 118. Write Facility 119. Write work type 120. Write cost 121. justify 122. Write year-wise costRepeat these steps for more civil works 123. SAVE Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 124. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- nonrecurring contingencies– Equipments If the project includes purchase of some equipments 125. Click OK Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • Repeat these steps for more equipmentsIf the equipment you want to mention is not listed in the drop down menu, see the next slide 126. Click ADD 127. Select institute 128. Select name of equipment 129. Type number of that equipment already available 130. Select whether the equipment is imported 131. Write the specification of the equipment 132. Write justification for the equipment 133. Mention year wise cost for the equipment 134. save Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • If the equipment you want to mention is not listed in the drop down menu, you can add it byclicking on add new equipment as shown above Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 135. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- nonrecurring contingencies–Furniture 137. Click ADD 136. Click OKProvide all the information as in case of equipments and click SAVEIf the furniture you want to mention is not listed in the drop down menu, you can add it by clicking on addnew furniture as shown in case of equipments Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
  • 137. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- nonrecurring contingencies–others For other non-recurring contingencies 138. Click OKProvide all the information as in case of equipments and click SAVEIf the item you want to mention is not listed in the drop down menu, you can add it by clicking on addnew furniture as shown in case of equipmentsGIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033 Nirmal Kumar,
  • 139. Now click on Ongoing projects—project components -- nonrecurring contingencies–vehicle 140. Click OKProvide all the information as in case of equipments and click SAVEIf the item you want to mention is notNirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033 you can add it by clicking on add listed in the drop down menu,new furniture as shown in case of equipments
  • For Completed ProjectsAll entries are similar as in case of Ongoing projects, except you have to upload your RPF-3 as a.pdf file which should be less than 25 MB Click browse & show the path where you have kept the pdf file Click submit Nirmal Kumar, GIS Section, NBSS&LUP, Nagpur-440033
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