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Title: Indo-German Inter-governmental Agreement on Science


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Indo-German Inter-governmental Agreement on
Science Technology
ST Cooperation between CSIR Germany
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Central Socio-Economic Other Ministries
Central Government ST Department
ST System In India
State Government ST Departments
Independent Research Institutes
In-House RD In Private Industry
ST in Non-Government Organizations(NGOs)
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ST SYSTEM IN INDIA
ICAR
ICMR
DRDO
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ST System in India cont..
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
Science Technology Scenario in brief 200
National Laboratories. About 1350 RD Bodies in
Industrial Sector. 200 Universities. 39 Deemed
Universities. 11 Premier Institutions of
National Importance.
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CSIR
MULTILOCATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY
  • LABORATORIES 38
  • REGIONAL OUTREACH CENTRES 47
  • HUMAN RESOURCE BASE
  • INHOUSE MANPOWER 21,000
  • SCIENTISTS 5,500
  • Ph.D./ M.Tech. 3,500
  • Papers/annum 2272
  • Patent filed in India
    410
  • Granted
    341
  • Patents filled abroad
    580
  • Granted
    86
  • Budget 300
    million

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SOCIETY President PM V. President MOS(ST)
GOVERNING BODY Ch DG,CSIR
PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL BOARDS
ADVISORY BOARD
LABORATORIES (38) Head Director
RESEARCH COUNCIL
MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
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CSIRs MISSION
TO PROVIDE SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRIAL RD THAT
MAXIMISES THE ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL
BENEFITS.
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C S I R
  • DISCIPLINES
  • AERONAUTICS
  • BIOLOGICAL SCINCES
  • CHEMICAL SCIENCES
  • ENGINEERING SCIENCES
  • OCEANOGRAPHY
  • PHYSICAL EARTH SCIENCES
  • INFORMATION SCIENCES

SECTORS
DRUGS, ELECTRONICS, FOOD, FUEL, LEATHER, GLASS,
ETC.
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CSIR EXCELS IN
  • AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
  • DESIGN TESTING
  • BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, IMMUNOLOGY, TISSUE CULTURE
  • CHEMICALS
  • CATALYSTS, POLYMERS, FINE CHEMICALS
  • DRUGS
  • NEW DRUG DEVELOPMENT

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CSIR EXCELS IN CONTD....
  • FOOD PROCESSING
  • APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES TESTING
  • LEATHER
  • PROCESSING, CHEMICALS PRODUCT DESIGN
  • MATERIALS
  • COMPOSITES
  • PETROLEUM
  • REFINING PETROCHEMICALS
  • ENVIRONMENT
  • - EIA, HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
  • BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Aerospace
  • Design, development and manufacture of small
    civilian aircraft
  • Development of specialized aerospace materials
  • Scientific studies

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Chemicals
CSIR has developed expertise and attained
national and international recognition
Significant technologies developed are
  • Food grade hexane
  • New Low pressure NMP processes
  • Lube extraction plant
  • Lube oil base stocks (LOBS) through NMP
    Extraction
  • Poly alphaolefnsn
  • Conversion of natural gas to lower olefins
  • Conversion of methane to syn gas
  • Conversion of ethane to ethylene
  • Skewed type Pt-Re reforming catalyst
  • Synthesis of zeolite-X
  • Novel catalyst for dehydrogenation reactions
  • Corrosion resistance treatment
  • Calcium carbonate Mononitrotoluene
  • Tetra bromo bisphenol A (TBBA)
  • Electrochemical synthesis of naphthoquinone (NQ)
  • Pyridine based chemicals

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Ecology Environment
CSIR has been a major contributor of ST inputs
for evolving National policies for environmental
management and to provide solutions to the
environmental problems in the following sectors
  • Oceanographic Studies
  • Air Quality Assessment
  • Water Quality Assessment
  • Environmental isotopes for surface water
    pollution monitoring
  • Industrial Wastes Treatment

Covering following industries
  • Paper- Industry
  • Coal based Power Industry  
  • Mining Industry  
  • Petrochemical Industry  
  • Leather Industry  
  • Textile Industry
  • Brick Industry

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Food and Food Processing
  • Positioning Indian nutraceuticals and
    neutrigenomics on the global platform
  • Natural, nature identical or similar
    biomolecules
  • Setting up of genetically modified foods
    referral centre

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Health Care Drugs and Pharmaceuticals
  • Asthmatic and allergic disorders mitigation
    mission
  • New scientific herbal preparations for global
    positioning
  • Predictive medicine using repeat and single
    nucleotide polymorphism
  • Drug target development using in-silico biology
  • Animal models and animal substitute technologies
  • Advanced facility for safety evaluation of
    genetically modified / engineered drugs and
    Infectious diseases

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Materials, Metals, Minerals Manufacturing
RD programmes taken up pertaining to
  •  
  • Mineral Exploration
  • Mining Technology 
  • Mineral beneficiation
  • Extraction of nickel from chromite over burden
    (COB) 
  • Manganese nodules 
  • Biomimetic synthesis of nanomaterials
  • Zirconium Titanium Powders
  • Glass, Ceramics and Refractories
  • Speciality polymers 
  • Oilseeds processing equipments 
  • Farm machinery 

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ST for Rural Development
RD programmes are taken up
  •  
  • Terracotta water purification disc
  • Ultrapore membrane based water purifier
  • Online water purification 
  • Portable kit for detecting arsenic
  • Terracotta ware from local clays
  • Glazed blue pottery
  • Modified furnace for jaggery units
  • Hops cultivation
  • Inter-cropping of menthol-mint and onion
  • Demonstration-cum-training programmes

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INTERNATIONAL ST AGREEMENTS OF CSIR
1. Australia DITAC (now DIST), CSIRO, ACIAR
2. Bangladesh BCSIR, Bangladesh
3. China NSFC, China, SBTS, China, CAE, China
4. Czech Academy of Sciences
5. Egypt ASRT
6. France CNRS
7. Germany KFA (FzJ), DAAD, DLR, NAL-RWTH,Aachen AvHumboldt Foundation, FhG
8. Guyana IAST
9. Italy CNR
10. Japan AIST, NIO-JAMSTEC, CMRI,NEERI-GAP (Japan)
11. Jordan RSS
12. Korea NPL,NCL, CDRI-KRICT, NAL-KAIST INSDOC-KINITI, CSMCRI-KIER RRLBHU-KIGMM
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13. Kuwait KISR
14. Mongolia ASM
15. Nepal RONAST
16. Netherlands TNO
17. New Zealand DSIR
18. Nigeria NBRRI
19. Peru CONCYTECH
20. Poland PAS
21. Russia Min. of ST
22. Saudi Arabia SASO
23. Slovak Academy of Science
24. Sudan SNCR
25. Syria SSRC
26. Thailand TISTR
27. Turkey TUBITAK
28.UK ICRF, London, CBT-UMIST Univ. of Sheffield, South Bank Univ. BBSRC
29. Vietnam NCST
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Regional Cooperation
CSIR participates in the activities of following
Regional Cooperation through other agencies,
namely, DST, Ministry of External Affairs etc.
  • CSC
  • ASCA
  • SAARC
  • EU
  • TWAS (South-south)

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CSIRs Partners
Daimler Chrysler (Germany)
USA
Others
GE
Rhone Poulenc (France)
Du Pont
Nestle (Finland)
Eastman Kodak
ICI (Belgium)
Boeing
CAA (UK)
Amoco
Lockweld Inc (Canada)
Mobil
Mitsubishi (Japan)
Several others
Several others
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Share of RD Expenditure
Govt Sector() Pvt Sector ()
Japan 21.0 79.0
USA 30.5 69.5
France 42.0 58.0
Germany 37.0 63.0
UK 33.3 66.7
India 80.0 20.0
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Indias Emergence as Global RD Platform
  • 60 global players set up RD Centres in India in
    last five years
  • General Electric RD Centre 1000 PhDs
  • Advantage India
  • ST budget 2001 - 2.8 billion
  • Pfizer budget 2001 - 5 billion
  • Strong networking with public sector RD

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Sixty RD Centres
Firm
Location
Specialization
Astra Biochemicals
Bangalore
Drug discovery
Texas Instruments
Bangalore
Designing VLSI
Daimler Benz
Bangalore
Automotive Electronics
Uniliver
Bangalore
Tropical foods
SGS Thomson
New Delhi
ASIC design
Hoechst
Mumbai
Herbal Products
Hewlett Packard
Chennai
Software
Monsanto
Bangalore
Biotechnology
Microsoft
Hyderabad
Software products
Oracle
Hyderabad
Software products
Du Pont
Baroda
Agriculture
Adobe Systems
Delhi
Software
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Instruments of Cooperation
Under the aegis of inter-governmental Agreement
1974
  • 1965 Letter of Intent with German Academic
    Exchange Service (DAAD) on exchange of
    scientists
  • 1974 Special Arrangement with KFA (renamed as
    Forschungzentrum, Juelich, FzJ) on Co-operation
    in the Field of Scientific Research and
    Technological Development
  • 1993 Special Arrangement with the
    Forschungszentrum fur Umwelt und Gesundheit GmbH
    (GSF) on Co- operation in Scientific Research and
    Technological Development.

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Instruments of Cooperation (cont.)
  • 1982 Special Arrangement with the Deutshe
    Forschungsanstait fur Luft und Raumfahrt e.v.,
    DLR ), in the field of Aeronautical Science
  • Exchange of letters with the Max-Planck- Gesells
    chaft, MPG to implement co-operation between the
    organisations and their laboratories.
  • 1992 Agreement with Alexander von Humboldt
    Foundation, AvH on reciprocity Award
  •  1994 Letter of Intent for cooperation with the
    Fraunhofer Gesellschaft (FhG)

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Accomplishments in a Nut Shell
  • 1. INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL
    ASSISTANCE
  • Research vessel (Sagar Kanya)
  • Deep Drilling Rigs
  • Standards
  • Beneficiation of sulfide ores
  • 2. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
  • more than 1000 scientists trained in Germany
    under DAAD Fellowships/exchange programme and
    Humboldt Foundation
  • 3. CAPACITY BUILDING THROUGH BILATERAL PROJECTS
  • Marine Science, Earth Science, Chemical
    Engineering, Electronics and Aerospace
  • MORE THAN 1000 PUBLICATIONS IN ABOUT 100 PROJECTS

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