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International Workshop on Industry-Academia Collaboration for Greater National Productivity. New Delhi April 15, 2013. The Context. To develop a common agenda for collaboration between Academia, Industry and Government Range -- top end research to skill building

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international workshop on industry academia collaboration for greater national productivity

International Workshop on Industry-Academia Collaboration for Greater National Productivity

New Delhi

April 15, 2013

the context
The Context
  • To develop a common agenda for collaboration between Academia, Industry and Government
  • Range -- top end research to skill building
  • Low level of investment in R & D
  • Examine International Models /Case Studies
  • Concrete actions for the next 200 days
march 5 th consultation
March 5thconsultation

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  • Workshop on 5th March : Brainstorming on ideas for collaboration between industry and academia
  • Three task forces set up:
  • Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Skills & Employability
  • Institutional Mechanism
  • Each had equal participation from both industry and academia
  • Over the past two weeks the task forces have brainstormed over the issues
r d in india
R&D in India

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  • In India
      • Government share : 75-80 %
      • Private Sector: 20-25 %
      • Universities: 3%
  • OECD countries
      • Government share : 10 %
      • Private Sector: 69 %
      • Universities: 18%
      • Non-profit: 3%
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Major R&D Investments – Country Share (in %)

major r d investments gdp
Major R&D Investments: % GDP

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[1] UNESCO Institute for Statistics as accessed on 24th October 2012

demographic dividend average age in 2020
Demographic Dividend – average age in 2020

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ILO estimates that by 2020, India will have 116 million workers in age group of 20-24 years as against 94 million in China

national knowledge commission 2008
National Knowledge Commission -2008
  • Greater alignment of engineering education with employment opportunities: curricular reform
  • Frequent dialogue between Academia and Industry through seminars and workshops
  • To enhance employability, summer internships should be made an integral part of the curriculum
  • To create adjunct faculty positions and invite industry professionals to participate in the teaching
kakodkar committee on iit nits 2011
Kakodkar Committee on IIT/NITs: 2011

Academia / Govt

  • Special focus at IITs on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Encourage faculty focus on product development and industrial consultancy
  • Earmark 2% of Govt / PSU funds for R & D

Industry:

  • Industry R&D Labs at Research Parks in IITs
  • About 10000 Executive M.Techs per year using live video-classes
  • Industry personnel pursuing PhDs (part-time)
  • Encourage R&D personnel to become adjunct faculty
narayan murthy committee report 2012
Narayan Murthy Committee Report, 2012
  • Indian Corporate R&D Fund: Corpus of Rs 5,000 crore
  • Joint academia-industry guides for research;
  • Internships / apprenticeships by corporations;
  • Faculty development support by industry-chairs, sabbaticals;
  • Top management development programmes by Industry
  • Centre of Excellence / Training Centre by corporate sector
  • Technology Parks
  • Set up new institutions (Private/PPP)
  • Develop new Knowledge Clusters/Hubs: Use existing industrial clusters for research centres
  • Set up a Council for Industry and Higher Education Collaboration with Govt/ Private funding (CIHEC)
special focus on skilling
Special Focus on Skilling
  • NVEQF and mainstreaming skills into Education
  • Community colleges and polytechnics in PPP
  • Bachelors programme in Vocational Education
  • Skill Knowledge Providers
  • NATAP and apprenticeship scheme
  • Target for MHRD under Skill Mission of PM
  • Budget speech - Rs 1000 Cr for Skilling (All Mins)
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