GLOBALISING
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
DESTINATION INDIA


  India, with reputation as a
  destination for IT and BPO, is
  fast emerging as a major
  center    ...
INDIA - GLOBAL R&D HUB
Scientific research and
      technological
    development can        • India has superb scientifi...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - MARKET
                                • US$ 5.5
                                     Billion    ...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - INVESTMENTS
                               • US$
                                 16.5          M...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - TRENDS
 R&D spending is
increasing rapidly      • The most important factor for success in global...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - POLICY
Indian Policy is focused to promote international science and
technology cooperation, for ...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – KEY AREAS
Material Science     Cellular and
                                         Laser and
an...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – EXISTING UNITS
         Automotive                • Honda, Visteon, Ford, General Motors, Daimler...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – PROOF OF EXCELLENCE



                                  Tata Motors
                            ...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – PUBLIC SECTOR
140

                                   Number of Research Centers
120
            ...
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – HUMAN RESOURCE
           Total Graduate Pool                                Annual Addition
    ...
INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
                                                                  No. of Engineering Coll...
INDIA – STRATEGICALLY PLACED
                                                                    Lost Sight of       India...
INDIA LEADING THE RACE




              “Top-ranking destination
               countries by number of
             resea...
LEVERAGE INDIA – R&D MODELS FOR MNCS


• Companies can open there
                                    R&D Alliances       ...
Extend Your Reach
                              CALL
                        + 91 98982 69489
                            ...
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Globalising Research & Development

  1. 1. GLOBALISING RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
  2. 2. DESTINATION INDIA India, with reputation as a destination for IT and BPO, is fast emerging as a major center for cutting-edge research and development (R&D) projects for global Businesses are setting up multinationals such as ambitious R&D projects, in part to Microsoft and Motorola as well serve the Indian market, at the as Indian firms. same time with an eye on delivering new generations of products faster and cheaper to the global market.
  3. 3. INDIA - GLOBAL R&D HUB Scientific research and technological development can • India has superb scientific infrastructure. benefit greatly by • India provides low cost R&D model to global international companies. cooperation and • India has large pool of English speaking collaboration. skilled people. With emphasis now • India is at fore front of IT, key facilitator of shifting to external technology acquisition R&D. to complement internal • India has excellent Global Communication efforts which is leading facilities. to lot of Mergers & • India has stable Geo-Political and Economic Acquisitions. Environment. India is and can become R&D Hub for • India itself is a huge market. the world.
  4. 4. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - MARKET • US$ 5.5 Billion 60% of World’s 2008- Leading Product 09 / OEM companies source a part of their technology from India 2007- 08 Microsoft’s • US$ 4.1 “Unlimited Billion Potential” Growth program drives social innovation in Indian villages • 36% (Year to Year)
  5. 5. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - INVESTMENTS • US$ 16.5 Multinationals 2008- Billion like Cisco and 09 Intel are expanding their R&D presence in India 2007- 08 • US$ 100 + Fortune 12.1 500 Companies Billion Growth have R&D centers in India • 45% (Year to Year)
  6. 6. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - TRENDS R&D spending is increasing rapidly • The most important factor for success in global market across the globe, is technical skills and innovation to produce superior especially by products at competitive rates, which leads to higher private players in spending by businesses globally to gain such skills. Developed World. R&D spending abroad by large • IBM, HP and Google are spending 30% on research corporate from outside US. • 100 foreign companies of Japan, Germany, UK, France developed countries is rising • and South Korea have about set up in India by in USA. More than 100 R&D centers 250 R&D facilities faster than their Multinational Companies. domestic spending.
  7. 7. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT - POLICY Indian Policy is focused to promote international science and technology cooperation, for achieving the goals of national development and security and to make collaboration in fields of science and technology a key element of its international relations. India provides convenient mechanism for technology transfer inside and across countries. India provides free and flexible movement of highly skilled personnel. India provides suitable taxation and related arrangements in respect of R&D. India provides good legal framework to facilitate collaborative R&D and dispute settlement. India allow 100% FDI in majority of sectors and full repatriation of capital and profits. India is signatory of various S&T, IPR and other international treaties impacting R&D. India has accepted R&D programs under the chapter on “Trade in Services” of WTO.
  8. 8. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – KEY AREAS Material Science Cellular and Laser and and Solid State Molecular Electro-optics Devices Biology Information and Medical Sciences Communication and Human Geophysics Technology Genome Research VLSI and Embedded Nanotechnology Pharmaceuticals Systems
  9. 9. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – EXISTING UNITS Automotive • Honda, Visteon, Ford, General Motors, Daimler Chrysler Aerospace • Honeywell Chemical • Cargill, DuPont Conglomerates & Consumer • GE, Samsung, LG, Hyundai, Unilever, Whirlpool, Philips, Electrolux , Goods Sony, Siemens, Kone • Intel, Texas Instruments, Motorola, Cisco, IBM, ST Micro Electronics, Xilinx, Hardware & Semiconductor NVIDIA, AMD, BELL Labs, 3Com • Adobe, Microsoft, Oracle, Yahoo, Google, Cadence, Symantec / Veritas, Software BMC Biotech & Pharmaceuticals • Merck, Glaxo SmithKline, Pfizer, Astra Zeneca
  10. 10. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – PROOF OF EXCELLENCE Tata Motors cranked out 40 patents for Nano Design
  11. 11. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – PUBLIC SECTOR 140 Number of Research Centers 120 Number of Scientinsts ('00s) 100 80 60 40 20 0 CSIR ICAR ICMR DBT DRDO DAE DOS/ISRO
  12. 12. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT – HUMAN RESOURCE Total Graduate Pool Annual Addition 3 35 32 3 30 2.5 2.2 25 23.4 2 20 1.5 15 10 1 0.71 6.4 0.5 5 0.7 1.5 0.03 0.06 0 0 All Values in Millions
  13. 13. INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION No. of Engineering Colleges - 2421 Universities – 471 Colleges – 22064 IITs NITs 13 20 Faculties – 5.21 lakhs Students – 123.77 lakhs DEGREE DIPLOMA 1288 1100 No. of Medical Colleges - 273 500000 470000 450000 35000 31298 400000 30000 350000 350000 25000 FACULTY 300000 Medical Engineering STUDENTS 20000 Colleges 250000 Colleges 15000 200000 10000 6600 150000 5000 100000 34975 23000 39500 50000 29800 0 3380 3900 0 FACULTY STUDENTS IITs NITs DEGREE DIPLOMA
  14. 14. INDIA – STRATEGICALLY PLACED Lost Sight of India with its PROPENSITY TO INNOVATE Value and Results Growing Economy, Young Population, Fresh & Favorable Policy Innovative Regime and Thinking Politically Stability Not Enough Confidence to provides a Change and Innovate Tremendous Potential and Propensity to Reduced Innovate, Emerging Impetus for Innovation as R&D Hub of 21st Century. Depressed Uncertain Growing Booming STATE OF ECONOMY
  15. 15. INDIA LEADING THE RACE “Top-ranking destination countries by number of research and development projects”
  16. 16. LEVERAGE INDIA – R&D MODELS FOR MNCS • Companies can open there R&D Alliances • Companies can outsource own captive R&D center. the complete R&D process Managed, funded, and • Companies can partner to private or public sector operated by themselves. with other Indian R&D labs and Universities. • LG companies to establish • Samsung-IITD • Samsung research facility. • Analog Devices - IITM • IBM Research Center) • Suzuki – Maruti • DuPont- Reliance Contract R&D Centers Research
  17. 17. Extend Your Reach CALL + 91 98982 69489 SKYPE deepak.pareek E-MAIL deepak@deepakpareek.com 4/2/2010 Infinium (India) Limited 17

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