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  • CSIR Enabling Indian Industry/MSME

    Thrust Towards S&T Based Entrepreneurship

    Women Scientists & Entrepreneurs Conclave- GAME

    CHANGERS DRIVING SCIENCE FOR NEW INDIA

    India International Science Festival 2017

    Chennai

    Dr. Viswajanani J Sattigeri

  • To provide scientific industrial R&D

    that maximises the economic,

    environmental and societal benefits for

    the people of India

    Mission

  • CSIR Contributions to the National Innovation System

    Innovation

    Techno

    -logy

    Science

    Knowledge Economy

    Expertise and Passion Driven

    Value Creation

    Need Driven

    Socio-economic Development

    Market Pull - Technology Push

    Partnership with

    Stakeholders Industries

    MSMEs

    Rural Enterprises

  • Leadership in

    New Technology

    1950-60

    1960-70

    1970-80

    1980-90

    1990-2000

    Nation Building

    Supporting Self Reliance and Meeting Challenges of

    Technology Denial Era

    2000-2010

    Supporting Self Reliance

    Meeting Challenges

    of Technology Denial

    Era

    Changing R&D from

    Process Development

    Focus to Product

    Development Niches

    CSIR Contributions Over the Years Addressing National Challenges and Carving out Global S&T Niches

    Pesticides

    Flosolver -

    Parallel

    Processor

    Tractor

    Baby Food

    Indelible Ink Mark of democracy!

    Hansa

    Saheli

    Streptokinase

  • Research and Innovation Statistics

    108

    136

    108

    125 130

    97

    171

    129

    99

    170

    153

    121

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    120

    140

    160

    180

    Tech Developed Tech Transferred Tech Commercialised

    2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

    CSIR is the only Indian

    Organization among the

    Top 100 Global

    Institutions

    CSIR is 9th among 1207

    Government Organizations

    (Worldwide) in 2017

    CSIR is 75 among 5250

    Organizations (Worldwide)

    in 2017

    CSIR Today

    0

    200

    400

    600

    2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

    199 263

    310 318 225

    381 349

    448 430

    314

    Nu

    mb

    er

    Patents Filed

    India Abroad

  • CSIR Enabling the Industry: The Pillars and Instruments

    S&T Human Resource

    Development Research

    Fellowships

    Skill Development

    Technology Development

    and Commercialization

    Entrepreneurship

    Development

    Technology as well as Entrepreneurship

    oriented skilling programs

    Trainings/Workshops

    Oriented towards inclusive innovation

    Technologies for MSMEs

    CSIR-800: Rural development

    Innovative PPP models NMITLI

    Out-licensing of IP/ tech

    Technology Incubation Centres

    Facilitating Scientific entrepreneurship

    Commercialization of IP/ tech through Start-

    ups

    Relaxation of 5 years in terms of upper

    age limit to women candidates

  • Initiatives/Technologies Enabling Women

    Entrepreneurship/ Livelihood

    ...Few examples

  • Scientific Entrepreneurship Scheme: Researchers permitted to

    have equity stake in scientific enterprises/ spin offs while in

    professional employment

    Knowledge to Equity Scheme: Scientific Establishments

    permitted to invest knowledgebase as equity in the enterprises

    Setting up of Technology Incubation Centres: Scientific

    Establishments allowed to set up incubation centres

    Mobility of Researchers: Researchers mobility permitted among

    Industry, Research Institutions, Academic Institutes, Universities

    and Industries and other Scientific establishments

    Boosting Creation of Knowledge Enterprises

    A national effort pioneered and led by CSIR/DSIR:

    Cabinet Note Approved, OM Issued,

    GB/Council of Institutions to implement

  • Scientific Entrepreneurship Scheme

    - Spinoffs by CSIR Women Scientists

    Abhiruchi Probiotics - a spin-off based on CSIR-

    NCLs technology created under Venture

    Centers Lab2Mkt program

    Dr. Archana Pundale

    CSIR-NCL

    Novel formulation comprising a strain of Brevibacterium Casei AP9

    for a probiotic food additive

    Product to help reduce cholesterol absorption in the GI tract with

    potential long lasting action

    Recipient of biotechnology ignition grant by DBT-BIRAC, GoI

  • Scientific Entrepreneurship Scheme

    - Spinoffs by CSIR Women Scientists (2 of 2)

    Other Founding Partners:

    Dr. Premnath Venugopalan, Non-

    Executive Director and Co-

    Founder

    Dr. Ashish Lele, Co-Founder and

    Advisor

    Dr. Anuya Nisal

    Non-Executive Director and Co-Founder

    CSIR-NCL

    A technology start-up that

    leverages materials

    science of natural silk

    proteins to develop and

    sell biomedical implants

    Recipient of DBT-BIRAC-

    BIG and DBT-BIRAC-

    SBIRI grants

  • CSIR-New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Initiative

    (CSIR-NMITLI) A R&D Support Programme in PPP Mode

    Financial support:

    i. Grant-in-aid to the

    institutional partners in

    public domain

    ii. Soft loan with 3% interest to

    the private sector industrial

    partners having more than

    50% of shareholding by

    Indians/Non-resident

    Indians

    iii. Soft loan with 5% interest to

    the private sector industrial

    partners having less than

    50% shareholding by

    Indians/Non-resident

    Indians but with

    manufacturing base in India

  • NMITLI Supporting Biotech Companies

    Project entitled, Recombinant approach to

    produce a-linolenic acid and docosahexanoic

    acid (DHA) in sunflower and yeast with

    AVESTHAGEN Ltd.

    Dr. Villoo Morawala-Patell

    Partners:

    CSIR-NIO, Goa

    CSIR-IIIM, Jammu

    CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad

    Technology developed:

    Production of superior quality,

    100% vegetarian AvestaDHATM

    DHA derived from microalgae

    found in the Indian Ocean

    Technology transferred to industry for

    Rs 1.5 crore and 1% royalty

  • NMITLI Supporting Biotech Companies

    Project entitled, Novel Expression System

    with

    BIOCON Ltd.

    Dr. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

    Partners:

    Shantha Biotech, Hyderabad

    CSIR-IIIM, Jammu

    IIT-B, Mumbai

    MKU, Madurai

    Technology developed:

    Novel expression systems for

    research and production of proteins

    of therapeutic, prophylactic and

    commercial importance

    Five novel methanol tolerant species

    isolated and deposited at MTCC to

    make available for industrial and

    academic R&D

  • NMITLI Supporting Automobile Industry

    Project entitled, Development and

    Commercialization of Soleckshaw Lite - An

    Innovative Electric Green Transport Platform with

    Kinetic Engineering Ltd.

    Ms Sulajja Firodia Motwani

    Joint Managing Director

    Partners:

    CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi

    CSIR-CMERI, Durgapur

    Technology developed:

    Electric three wheeler Soleckshaw

    Lite

    CMVR Certification under L5M

    (Battery operated vehicle) category

    received

  • Nurturing Women Entrepreneurship in Food Processing

    NectarFresh (Mandya) - Jam,

    Jelly and Marmalade

    preparations and Coffee

    Concentrates

    One of the largest suppliers of

    Honey in India, adhering to

    stringent international

    specifications

    Some Success Stories

    Smt. Chaya Nanjappa, CEO, NectarFresh

    Ms. M S Jayashree, Partner, HABICAF

    (along with Shri Vijai Bopanna)

    HABICAF decoction available in

    Mysuru and Bengaluru

  • Mushroom Spawn Production Unit

    installed at Naharkatia

    Mushroom Cultivation & Processing North East

    53 beneficiaries

    Spawn Production Unit - 2

    Established Extension Technology

    Center at Manipur

    SUCCESS STORY 1 MUSHROOM

    CULTIVATION

    Beneficiary: Khushi Small Udyog, Bokakhat, Assam

    Ms. Ashima Begum

    Adopted Mushroom cultivation in 2013

    Products: Fresh mushroom, value added

    products like mushroom pickle, dry

    mushroom etc.

    Current production (fresh mushroom): more

    than 100 kg/month, Sale price: Rs. 150.00/kg

    Income generation: Rs. 15,000/- per month

  • SUCCESS STORY 2 MUSHROOM CULTIVATION

    Beneficiary: Mr and Mrs Sarkar, Tezpur, Assam

    Before

    Marginal farmer

    Income not sufficient to

    support family

    After

    Adopted Mushroom cultivation in 2013

    Maximum production during September to

    March: 50 kg/day (average)

    Total income (during production period): Rs.

    1,50,000/- per month (Rs.5000/- per day) with

    sale price of Rs. 100/kg fresh Mushroom

  • Agartala Bamboo Cluster Jiget for Agarbattis

    Impact of CSIR-CIMAP Technology

    2.5x increase in production

    Increase in livelihood

    opportunities

    13-20% reduction in cost

    100-120% increase in turnover

    20-30% increment in monthly

    family in

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