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Title: TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATOR at INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY


1
TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATOR at INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGYBANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
  • Dr. P.K. Mishra (Chief Coordinator)
  • PS Pandey (Industrial Advisor)
  • Industry Institute Partnership Cell
  • TePP Out Reach Centre, Varanasi

2
PANCHASHEEL of New Millennium
  • Child centred education,
  • Women centred family
  • Human centred development
  • Knowledge centred society
  • Innovation centred India

3
The Core Team
  • Prof. S. N. Upadhyay, Director Environment
    Engineering
  • Prf. RC Tiwari, Retd. Prof. Inst. Of Agri.
    Sci. Soil Scientist
  • Prf. SK Kak, Prof. Electronics Engg.
  • Dr PK Mishra, Chief Coordinator, IIP
    Cell Chemical Engg.
  • Dr Pradeep Srivastava, Co-coordinator,
    IIPC Biochemical Engg.
  • Dr Amit Rastogi, Orthopedic surgeon Biomedical
    implants
  • Mr PS Pandey, Chem. Engg Industrial advisor
  • Dr Alok Rai, Entrepreneurship management
  • Dr HC Tiwari, Research Scientist Organic
    Chemistry
  • Dr Nand Lal Singh, Research Scientist Biochemical
    Engg.
  • Dr Suman Misra, Research Scientist Biochemistry

4
Technology Business Incubator (TBI)
  • To inculcate entrepreneurship and creation of
    enterprises on knowledge based innovation
    specially focused to bio-technology and
    Information communication technology
  • To catalyse technology driven industrialisation
    in UP, Bihar Jharkhand.
  • To link potential incubate with knowledge
    strength and resources of IT, BHU and provide
    them immediate networking and commercial
    opportunities.
  • To provide a pedestal to help knowledge driven
    enterprises to establish and prosper under
    organized scientific guidance.

5
Why at IT, BHU
  • Resources
  • Faculty Strength
  • Students Interest
  • Alumnis Interest
  • Local environment
  • Entrepreneurial training and motivation

6
The Resources
  • Banaras Hindu University, with its epitome of
    knowledge, is committed to Quality Programs. Its
    elucidations have always influenced the scholars
    across the globe.
  • 3 Institutes,
  • 15 Faculties
  • 139 Departments
  • A sprawling campus of about 1300 acres at
    Varanasi and 2700 acres of South Campus at
    Mirjapur, BHU holds the pride to be the largest
    residential university in Asia. The Institute of
    Technology of BHU is a premier Institute of
    Engineering/Technology, which has recently been
    up-graded to the standards of IIT.

7
FACILITIES
  • The institute in particular and BHU in general
    have modern laboratories, equipment/instrumentatio
    n, modern communication facilities,
    infrastructure and knowledge strength
  • Important equipment/instruments
  • GC-MS HPLC GC AAS NMR, SEM, FTIR, XRD, etc.

8
FACULTY STRENGTH
  • Total number of Teaching and Research Faculties
    in Institute of Technology is more than 400.
    Whereas, in BHU campus total number of teaching
    and research faculties is more than 2000.
  • About 1500 faculty members are with Ph.D.
    qualification in BHU, whereas, approximately 325
    faculties having doctoral degrees are in the
    Institute of Technology.

9
INITIATIVES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • ED Cell
  • EAC, EDP, FDP
  • Forum For Peoples Knowledge
  • Workshop/Seminar on Entrepreneurship
  • Technology Development and its Commercialization
  • Collaborative Works with Industries/RD
    Institutes

10
Contd.
  • TePP Out Reach Centre, Varanasi
  • 8th SME Carpet Cluster, Bhadohi
  • Innovators Camp
  • Scouting of Grass Root Innovators
  • Testing Consulting Services

11
STUDENTS INTEREST
  • Art-eye group
  • Nirvana Group
  • Numerico Solutions
  • Diploma in Entrepreneurship
  • Open Learning Programme in Entrepreneurship
    (OLPE)
  • Pragyan Workshop Series
  • Opulence

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Alumnis Interest
  • Mr. L.C. Singh Nihilent Technology Ltd. Pune,
  • Mr. Arvind Gupta e-Value Serve
  • Mr. Deepak Pahwa Bry-Air (Asia) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Mr. S. K. Maini Maini Group of Companies
  • Mr. Prabhat Pandey Swastik Formulations and
    Varuna Biocell
  • Mr. Vachaspati Tripathi Surya Pharma
  • Mr. Nitin Malhotra Johnsons Tiles manufacturing
  • Mr. Puneet Raman Carpet Exporter
  • Mr. Deenanath Jhunjhunwala Jhunjhunwala
    Industries Ltd.
  • Mr. Arun Agrawal Vimal Organics Ltd. Ghaziabad
  • Mr. Praveen Lodha Diamond merchant of Thailand
  • Mr. B.K. Modi, S.K. Modi M.K. Modi
  • Mr. Raghvendra Singh, CEO, On-Mobile, Bangalore
  • Professor Pankaj Chandra. Director, IIM Bangalore

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THE THRUST AREAS
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Software Solutions Computing
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Electronic Design Automation
  • Application of Biotechnology
  • Agricultural Environmental Biotechnology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Industrial Bio-technology (Enzymes)

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Focus in Biotechnology
  • Technologies in advanced stage to reach
    commercialisation
  • SSF based production of industrial enzymes
    Dextranase, Catalase, Pectinase, etc.
  • Organic acid production from broken rice
  • Production of pro-biotics
  • Technology for production of Licomycin, Statins
    (CRO Facility)
  • Low molecular weight Heparin
  • Production of Co-enzyme Q-10 from Solanesol by
    fermentation technique
  • Natural dyes using enzymatic extraction
  • Production of Bio-compost using carpet industry
    solid waste
  • Production of modified high yielding seeds

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Focus in Biotechnology - Services
  • Bio-informatics based drug design
  • Study of proteomics and their relation to disease
    (In collaboration with IMS)
  • Training facility for Bio-informatics
  • Training in Biotechnology Industrial practices
    (1 Year Diploma)
  • Development of down stream processing techniques
  • Testing services

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Focus in Biotechnology Vision for future
  • Apart from creation of a basic incubation
  • facility, as sought for, the vision is to add
  • following facilities on attaining self
  • sufficiency
  • Clean Room Facility
  • Tissue culture unit
  • Bio-chemical synthesis / Bio-polymerisation block

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Expertise in ICT
Faculty Designation Department Relevant RD experience
A.K. Tripathi Professor Computer Engg. Parallel/Distributed computing, Software Engg.
A.K. Agrawal Professor Computer Engg. Data-base systems
K.K. Shukla Professor Computer Engg. Artifical Intelligence, Neural Network, Data Mining
S.K. Basu Professor Computer Science Parallel Processing, Genetic Algorithm, Simulation Modelling, Compt. Network
P.K. Mishra Reader Computer Science Parallel and Distributed Computation, High Performance Computing
R.K. Mishra Reader Electrical Engg. Artificial Intelligence Application, Digital Signal Processing
S.K. Nagar Professor Electrical Engg. Control Systems
S.K. Balasubramaniam Professor Electronics Engg. Microelectronics, VLSI Design
Anand Mohan Professor Electronics Engg. Digital Hardware
P.K. Mukharjee Reader Electronics Engg. Embedded System
S.K. Kak Professor Electronics Engg. Computer Network, Optical Communication System
P. Chakraborty Professor Electronics Engg. Optical Communications
R.R. Das Professor Electronics Engg. Digital systems
O.N. Singh Professor Applied Physics Fibre Optics
S.P. Ojha Professor Applied Physics Optoelectronics

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BIOTECHNOLOGY
Faculty Designation Department Relevant RD experience
B.D. Singh Professor School of Biotechnology Tissue Culture
Ajit Sodhi Prof. School of Biotechnology Immunology
A.K. Tripathi Prof. School of Biotechnology Molecular Biology
S.C. Lakhotia Professor Centre of Advanced Study in Zoology Human Genetics
Madhulika Agrawal Professor Centre of Advanced Study in Botany Environmental Biotechnology
Om Prakash Professor Biochemistry Enzyme Technology
J.R.K. Rao Professor Bio-chemistry, IMS Clinical Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
D. Das Professor Bio-chemistry, IMS Genetics
Gopal Nath Professor Bio-chemistry, IMS Microbial Genetics
Y.B. Tripathi Professor Medicinal Chemistry, IMS Biochemistry- Drug Development
V. B. Pandey Professor Medicinal Chemistry, IMS Phytochemistry
C.B. Jha Professor Ras Shastra, IMS Biochemistry- Drug Development
Subir Kundu Professor School of Biochemical Engg. Microbial Engg., Enzyme Engineering, Bioreactor-kinetics
S. K. Srivastava Professor School of Biochemical Engg Enzyme Engg., Bio-conversion
Pradeep Srivastava Reader School of Biochemical Engg Bioreactor Kinetics, Modelling Scale up, Recombinant Technology
Abha Mishra Lecturer School of Biochemical Engg. Genetic Engg., Biochemistry Microbiology
S. N. Upadhayay Professor, Director, IT Chemical Engineering Environmental Biotechnology
P.K. Mishra Reader Chemical Engineering Down Stream Processing
J.V. Medicherla Reader Molecular Biology, IMS Molecular Biology
T.M. Mohapatra Professor Microbiology, IMS Microbiology
Prabhat Pandey Director, (1976 batch Chemical Engg. Graduate, IT, BHU) Swastik Pharma Varanasi, and Varuna Biocell, Varanasi Enzyme Technology
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ACTIVITIES OF TBI
  • Incubation Activities
  • Venture Financing programme
  • Technology Training Centre
  • Production of Technology Packages Programme
  • Investors Fora/Industry consultation Programme
  • Providing specialized services to existing
    entrepreneurial ventures of the region,
  • Facilitating technology commercialization,
  • Assistance in marketing of produce,
  • Assistance in obtaining required clearances from
    government offices,
  • Provision of common facilities to incubate viz.
    office support, equipment support and technology
    support,
  • Assistance in formulating a feasible business
    plan,
  • Technology exhibition, awareness camp and
    entrepreneurial development plan.
  • Support in documentation and patenting

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Incubation Methodology
  • Eligibility
  • Admission process
  • Intellectual Property evaluation
  • Seed Loan
  • Infrastructure
  • Other services
  • Periodic assessment
  • Tenure in BI
  • Exit (Graduation)

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ELIGIBILITY
  • BHUs faculty members (current and in the recent
    past),
  • BHUs students and alumni,
  • BHUs RD partners (sponsors of RD and
    consultancy projects),
  • BHUs partner universities (having RD
    collaborations in place), and
  • Government agencies associated with BHUs
    research and innovations.

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ADMISSION PROCESS
  • Business Plan.
  • IP declaration worksheet, along with a copy of
    letter of approval from IPR Cell, BHU for
    transfer of licensing of/ permission to use IP in
    favor of prospective incubate companies.
  • Statement of infrastructure requirements.
  • Statement of purpose or reason for incubation in
    BI (e.g. what benefits and values do the
    promoters see from getting incubated in BI).
  • Time frame - anticipated duration of stay within
    BI from the date of admission.

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SEED LOAN
  • TBI, IT, BHU may provide seed loan subject to
    the availability of funds/ grants/ schemes meant
    for this purpose. Seed loan for working capital
    needs will be sanctioned only to the registered
    companies or firms and shall be based on merits
    of each company.
  • A total loan to be sanctioned to a single company
    will not exceed Rs 10 lakhs, this can not be more
    than 50 of the total project cost.
  • The loan will carry an interest rate of 4 (four
    percent) p.a.
  • The repayment schedule will be worked out at the
    time of sanction of loan application and shall be
    part of the Loan Agreement.

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TENURE IN TBI
  • Companies will be permitted to stay in BI, to
    begin with, for a period of 18 months.
  • A nominal monthly service charge will be levied
    to a company for the period of first 18 months.
  • TBI, IT, BHU may, at its own discretion, permit
    companies to extend their stay for a maximum
    period of another 18 months

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EXIT
  • Incubate companies will leave the incubator
    under the following circumstances
  • Raising substantial investment from angel
    investor / Venture Capital Fund / any other
    investor Rs. 2 crores or more.
  • Completion of stay for eighteen months, unless
    the stay is extended by TBI, IT, BHU.
  • Underperformance or un-viability of the business
    proposition criteria for the same will be
    decided and applied by TBI, IT, BHU on the case
    to case basis.
  • When the number of employees of the company
    exceeds 20.
  • Change in promoters'/ founders' team without
    concurrence of TBI, IT, BHU.
  • Any other reasons which TBI, IT, BHU may find it
    necessary for an incubate company to leave BI.

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BUDGET
  • Total Project cost in Rs. lakhs Inclusive of
    new land building cost capital cost five
    year recurring cost
  • Rs. 637.44 Lakhs
  • Funding Pattern
  • ? Contribution from host institution Rs. 170.00
    Lakhs
  • ? Support sought from DST Rs. 467.15 Lakhs
  • ? Revenue generation (First Five Years) Rs.
    53.00 Lakhs

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Manpower Requirement
  • Designation / Position No. Monthly Salary (Rs.)
  • Chief Administrative Off. One
    25,000/-
  • Manager, Technical One 20,000/-
  • Manager Marketing One 20,000/-
  • Lab. Assistants Two 6,000/-
  • Secretarial staff/
  • Computer Operator One 6,000/-

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TOTAL PROJECT COST OF TBI (Rs. Lakh)
Item Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5
I. Capital 1. Land and Furnished Building (to be provided / arranged by the host institution) a. Existing (only Renovation / building modification cost) b. New (land building will be constructed by HI, only modification/furnishing cost shot from DST) 2. Thrust area Equipments (As per Appendix-II) 3. Office equipment a. Computing facilities b. Communication facilities c. Training facilities d. Furniture 4. Seed Capital 5. Others (not more than 5 of capital cost) TOTAL-I 20.00 Nil 131.50 7.50 15.00 5.00 10.00 50.00 8.55 247.55 22.50 10.00 5.00 10.00 50.00 1.55 99.05 27.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 1.00 48.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 0.75 25.75 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
II. Recurring cost (As per details at Appendix-I) 12.46 10.66 9.26 8.46 6.16
Total (I II) 260.01 109.71 57.26 34.21 6.16
III. GRAND TOTAL 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousand only) 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousand only) 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousand only) 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousand only) 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousand only)
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Means of financing the total project cost
MEANS OF FINANCING Rs. In lakhs
HI contribution toward renovation/ new land building 120.09 Lakhs
Contribution of HI on capital cost toward analytical equipments, software, utilities etc. 50.00 Lakhs
Capital grant from DST for 5 years 420.15 Lakhs
Recurring grant from DST for 5 years 47.00 Lakhs
Revenue generation from TBI activities (in first five years) 53.33 Lakhs
Total Rs. 637.44 Lakhs (Rs. Six Hundred Thirty Seven Lakhs Forty Four Thousands only) Total Rs. 637.44 Lakhs (Rs. Six Hundred Thirty Seven Lakhs Forty Four Thousands only)
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Projected requirements of funds from DST (Rupees
in Lakhs)
Particulars Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
I. Fixed Assets Acquisition cost fund sought from DST 247.55 99.05 48.00 25.75 0.00
II. Deficit support from DST on recurring account 12.46 10.66 9.26 8.46 6.16
III. Total 260.01 109.71 57.26 34.21 6.16
IV. GRAND TOTAL Rs. 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousands only) IV. GRAND TOTAL Rs. 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousands only) IV. GRAND TOTAL Rs. 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousands only) IV. GRAND TOTAL Rs. 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousands only) IV. GRAND TOTAL Rs. 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousands only) IV. GRAND TOTAL Rs. 467.15 (Rs. Four Hundred Sixty Seven Lakhs Fifteen Thousands only)
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Recurring Expenditure Income Statement
Particulars (Rs. in Lakhs) Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5
Expenditure Manpower cost (As per item no. A2) Travel Utility and maintenance Marketing Promotion and advertisement Networking and training Consumable Other expenses (if any) Miscellaneous and contingencies Total expenses Revenue/Income Income from operations with breakup and basis of computing Other income if any B. Total Income Net income A-B (surplus/deficit) 9.96 1.00 2.00 3.00 0.50 1.00 0.00 1.00 18.46 6.00 -12.46 9.96 1.00 3.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 0.50 1.00 18.96 8.30 -10.66 9.96 1.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 0.50 1.00 19.96 10.70 -9.26 9.96 1.00 4.50 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.00 1.00 21.46 13.00 -8.46 9.96 1.00 4.50 0.50 1.50 2.00 1.00 1.00 21.46 15.30 -6.16

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Revenue generation through incubation (Rs. In
Lakhs)
Particulars Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Rental from incubators 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00
Plant Utilization - 1.20 2.40 3.60 4.80
Interest 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00
Total 5.00 7.20 9.40 11.60 13.80
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Details of fixed expenses, list all the
equipments to be procured with specifications,
(quotations should also be attached and properly
linked for each item after the In-principle
approval from National Advisory Committee -NAC is
accorded) (The prices are in Rs. Lakhs)
Particular Specification Application Year-1 (Indicative price) Year-2 Year-3 Year-4 Year-5 Specify likely capacity utilization of equipment
Thrust area Equipment/ Software Fermenter with accessories Lyophiliser Reverse Osmosis System for Separation Pre-Fermenter with accessories Fermenter with accessories SSF Facility SS316 Vacuum Pump SS Slurry Pump Storage Tanks for Slurry Pre Filtration Centrifuge Rotary Vacuum Drum Filter 5 Litres SS316 10 Litres 20 Litres 50 Litres SS 316 1000 Litres 100 Trays - 5 Sets 1 H.P. 3 H.P. 5 H.P. SS 316 1000 Litres 2 Sets 1200 RPM 500 Litres SS 500 Litres 10.00 12.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 25.00 1.00 0.50 4.00 3.00 8.00 80-100 for all the equipments
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Ultra Filtration Complete assembly Paddle Mixer 5 HP SS Granulation Pelletizer Machine Fluidized Bed Dryer Other Misc. Balancing Equipments Office equipment Computers Communication Furniture Training equipment, if any Others (specify) Miscellaneous and contingency (max 5 of fixed assets) 50 Litres/hour 5 H.P. 200 Kg Capacity 60 Kg / hour 50 PCs(25 in Ist Year 25 in IVth Year) a. File Server b. Fax machine c. Laser Printer d. Photocopier e. Scanner f. Tele-conferencing facilities g. Meeting / Conference room with projection equipment Office/Library furnitures, chairs, table, PC table etc. LCD-Projector Lap-Top Books/Journals 15.00 2.00 3.00 12.00 4.00 10.00 7.5 15.00 10.00 5.00 Nil 8.55 10.00 10.00 5.00 Nil 1.55 5.00 10.00 5.00 Nil 1.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 Nil 0.75 Nil Nil
Total 197.55 26.55 21.00 25.75 Nil
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Year wise plan of implementation for five years

Time Planned activities
First Year Augmentation of the resources for TBI and finalization of policy matters. Advertisement of its activities and organization of relevant training/workshop etc. Screening of ideas of potential incubate and initiation of incubation process.
Second Year Additional lab space will be created to augment the need of TBI in the field of Biotechnology. Scouting and processing of highly scientific areas among student and staff and others of the region for increasing the number of incubate companies in proposed TBI. All the other relevant activities, viz. training, seminars, augmentation of technical needs of the SMEs of the region, together with enhanced incubation process towards realization of the goals of the TBI at IT, BHU.
Third Year Completion of infrastructural requirement of TBI. Incubation of the selected ideas, technical support to existing entrepreneurs of the region dealing in thrust area of TBI. The effort will be made so that at least ten to fifteen incubate companies can establish by the time. All other related activities will continue simultaneously.
Fourth Year Incubation of ideas in thrust area, organization of academic and technical events.
Fifth Year Attainment of self sufficiency. All other relevant activities continued.
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