The Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) is continuing to operate the 12th Five Year Plan scheme on “Patent Acquisition and Collaborative Research and Technology Development (PACE)” during 2017-2020.
OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME
To support development and demonstration of indigenous product / process technologies, either by industry or by R&D organizations/ academic institutions/ universities aimed at commercialization of new products and processes;
This scheme shall be open for:
(a) all industries registered in India, having a healthy financial track record or a promising financial health forecast, preferably those having DSIR recognized in-house R&D units; and also for
(b) R&D organizations/ academic institutions/ universities; 07/11/2017 2 ii. The R&D organization / academic institution / university for collaboration with the industry should have the requisite expertise and track record in the proposed area of research. The proposals can be made by industrial units, either on their own or jointly with research/ educational institutions.
If the projects involve collaboration with/assistance from national research/educational institutions, international bodies/companies, individuals, the proposals should clearly highlight the scope of work and responsibilities of each entity participating in the project.MoUs/Agreements between the concerned entities, towards this should be submitted.
The proposals from R&D organizations/ academic institutions/ universities alone, without involving industry partner are supported, only jointly with other Ministries / Departments e.g. under the IMPRINT initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).
Industries can submit proposals directly to DSIR either on its own or in collaboration with R&D organizations/academic institutions/universities. b. R&D organizations/ academic institutions/ universities can submit proposals, alone through other Ministries/ Departments e.g. through Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under the IMPRINT initiative.
Funding norms for the above cases shall be as follows
|1. Funding R&D projects of industry alone||Support up to 50% of the project cost to industry in form of secured loan|
|2. Funding R&D projects of industry in collaboration with R&D organization/ academic institution/ university||Support up to 100% of the project component cost, estimated to be incurred at R&D organization/ academic institution/ university (Public Funded Research Institutions – PFRIs) in the form of grants-in-aid and in accordance with General Financial Rules(GFR)/GOI guidelines, and Support up to 50% of the project component cost, estimated to be incurred at industry in form of secured loan|
|3. Funding R&D projects of R&D organization/ academic institution/ university alone||Support up to 50% of the total project cost in association with other Ministries/ Departments e.g. with Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under the IMPRINT initiative|
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