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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide1: Rajiv Kumar Scientist, IC Department of Science & Technology Ministry of Science & Technology Govt. of India Participation of India in Multilateral S&T Programmes SCIENCE STRUCTURE IN INDIA: SCIENCE STRUCTURE IN INDIA Slide3: National R&D Expenditure In absolute term & percentage of GNP Sector wise (2002-03)Slide4: HRD ICAR ICMR MNES MOEF CENTRAL S&T DEPARTMENTS CSIRSlide5: Central Govt. Agency-wise Support to Extra-mural R&D Projects, 2002-03Slide6: Mandate To identify, facilitate and promote India’s international cooperation in emerging and frontier areas of S&T under various frameworks SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (STIC) INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION: Bilateral Programmes Regional and Multilateral Programmes Creation / Shared use of Advanced Facilities Thematic Joint R&D Centres and Joint Ventures Joint Centres for Promotion of Advanced Research INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIONSlide8: Shift from Unilateral to MultilateralSlide9: BILATERAL PROGRAMMES Agreement with 72 countriesSlide10: Armenia Argentina Australia Bangladesh Belarus Brazil Bulgaria Canada China Colombia Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Cyprus Egypt Estonia European Union France Germany Hungary Iceland Italy Israel Indonesia Iran Japan Korea (DPR) Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Libya Malaysia Mauritius Mexico PARTNER COUNTRIES Active Cooperation Stable Cooperation Low Key CooperationSlide11: Moldova Mongolia Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nepal Northern Ireland Oman Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Russia Romania Republic of Korea Serbia Singapore Slovenia South Africa Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Trinidad & Tobago Thailand Tunisia Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zambia PARTNER COUNTRIES Active Cooperation Stable Cooperation Low Key CooperationSlide12: REGIONAL AND MULTILATERAL PROGRAMMES Slide13: A lead role has been systematically built up for India in Regional S&T cooperation Programmes India has been an active participant in multilateral programmes Slide14: EUROPEAN UNION Agreement: November 23, 2001 Rectified October 14, 2002 Provisions Participation in EC sponsored projects Participation in projects co-sponsored by India & EC Use of Advanced Research Facilities in bilateral mode Award of International Research Fellowship Agreement Implementation: Programme of Cooperation General & Financial Terms Joint Workshops on ICT, Genomics, Climate Change, Nano Science, Automotive ComponentsSlide15: Members: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam Partner countries: Australia, Canada, China, European Union, India, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Pakistan, Russia and United States. Identified Areas of Cooperation: Biotechnology, Information Technology, Space Science & Technology, Technology Management, S&T Popularization ASEAN S&T development fund being established ASEAN Intellectual Property Institute being established in India Establishment of Technology Innovation & Commercialization Centre India - ASEAN S&T Cooperation Association of South East Asian NationsSlide16: The trilateral IBSA Dialogue Forum was established in June 03 to address the common problems. Science & Technology is one of the key areas Identified Areas of Cooperation: Health (TB, Malaria and HIV/AIDS), Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Oceanology 9 trilateral workshops held Creation of database of experts working on Malaria is under development On Indian side a flagship project on HIV?AIDS is under development India – Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) Slide17: Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation Members: Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Nepal, Bhutan BIMST – EC Establishment of BIMST-EC Research Centre on Weather and Climate at New DelhiSlide18: Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional Cooperation IOR - EC Member States (18) Australia, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mozambique, Oman, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, UAE and Yemen Dialogue Partners (5) China, Egypt, France, Japan, UK DST is Indian S&T coordinator for IOR Several Workshops heldSlide19: The World Academy of Sciences South-South Cooperation Around 80 Indian scientists are its Fellow New Delhi hosted 2002 meeting. Three broad activities: Lectureship Scheme Equipment Placement Library TWASSlide20: Science & Technology Policy Asian Network Australia, Bangladesh,Brunei Darussalam, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, LAOS, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam STEPANSlide21: Members: India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Srilanka Maldive and Bhutan To address the common problems Science & Technology is one of the key areas Socially oriented S&T interventions for rural & weaker sections Some of the Projects taken in last 2 years Mitigation and disaster Drinking water Low cost housing Popularization of S&T SAARC South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation Slide22: UNESCO UNDP NAM-S&T Cooperation Slide23: CREATION / SHARED USE OF ADVANCED FACILITIESSlide24: CREATION / SHARED USE OF ADVANCED FACILITIES CERN (Geneva) ELLETRA (Italy) Sp Ring-8 (Japan) KEK Accelerator (Japan) FAIR (Germany) Synchrotron Radiation Sources Beamline Novosibirsk, (Russia) Fermilab (United States) Synchrotron Light Sources (Brazil and Singapore)Slide25: THEMATIC JOINT R&D CENTRES AND JOINT VENTURESThematic Joint R&D Centres: Thematic Joint R&D Centres Powder Metallurgy & New Materials, Hyderabad Vaccine Manufacturing Facility, Bulandshahr Advanced Computing, Moscow Biotechnology, Allahabad Gas Hydrate, Chennai Ayurvedic Research, Moscow Organic Synthesis, Bangalore Earthquake Research, New Delhi Mathematics, Chennai, Mumbai Solid State Chemistry, Bangalore Water Research, Hyderabad, Bangalore Micro-engineering, New Delhi Micro-electronics, AllahabadProposed Joint Centres: Proposed Joint Centres MEMS (Italy) Web Technologies & Application (Italy) Biomedical Instrumentation (Russia) Non-ferrous Metallurgy & Rare Materials (Russia) Biotechnology Training & Education (UNESCO) Accelerators & Lasers (Russia) Innovation & Science (USA)Slide28: JOINT CENTRES FOR PROMOTION OF ADVANCED RESEARCHSlide29: JOINT CENTRES FOR PROMOTION OF ADVANCED RESEARCH Indo-French Centre for Promotion of Advanced Research (IFCPAR) Indo-US Science & Technology Forum Indo-Russian Technology Centre ## Indo-German Cetre for Research, Science & Technology ## ## ProposedSlide30: Participation in International S&T Centres Centre for Science & Technology for Non- Aligned Countries (NAM S&T Centre), Delhi International Centre for Science & Technology Information (ICSTI), Moscow International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Vienna Slide31: More such events to follow Taking Scientific Results to Industry Exhibition on Belarussian S&T - 2003 DST-CII Technology Summit –2004 - Partner Country Russia Exhibition on Ukrainian S&T - 2004 DST-CII Technology Summit –2005 - Partner Country Canada DST-CII-FICCI Mission for Bio-2005 - USA DST-FICCI Global Conference on “India R&D 2005 – The World’s Knowledge Hub of the Future” DST-CII coordinated China Tech 2006 DST-CII-FICCI Mission for Bio-2006 - USA DST-CII Technology Summit –2006 - Partner Countries ASEAN DST-FICCI Global Conference on “India R&D 2006 India-EU Science Icon MeetInnovation linked International Cooperation: Innovation linked International Cooperation Complementing core competencies in areas of innovations Linking Laboratory and Industrial level innovations through clustering models Equitable Sharing of Intellectual Property rights Equitable sharing of benefitsSlide33: Future FocusSlide34: India centric Programme Top-down Approach Support Basic R&D, Pre-industrial R&D and Industry R&D Enhanced cooperation with selected countries Forging Public Private Partnership Slide35: HIGH-TECH VENTURE TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONSlide36: THANK YOU E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.dst.gov.in www.stic-dst.org You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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