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|Information related to Research and Innovation schemes|
|1.||COVID-19 Initiatives by NITs & IIEST, Shibpur||View|
|2.||COVID-19 Initiatives by IITs||View|
|3.||COVID-19 Support through R&D by IIITs (CFTI & PPP)||View|
|4.||IMPRINT (Impacting Research in Technology)|| Projects on socially relevant science and engineering challenges.
Funding model: 50% MoE + 50% Other ministries
|5.||UAY (Ucchatar Avishkar Yojana)|| Projects to promote innovation of a higher order that directly impacts the needs of the industries.
Funding model: 50% MoE + 25% Industry +25% other ministries
|6.||Research Parks|| Being set up at 7 Research parks. They will serve the following purposes: Collaborative R & D; act as Center of Excellence; will work on National Mission Projects and set up Laboratories, Incubation Hub, Research cum Academic Hub; and act as a center for Technology development and transfer.
Research Parks to be set up at following Institutes: IIT Guwahati, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Hyderbad and IISc
|7.||FAST (Training and Research in Frontier Areas)||36 Centers of Excellence have been set up under FAST Scheme which focuses on frontier research topics.||View|
|8.||GIAN (Global Initiative of Academic Network)||Short courses (1-2 weeks) are taken up by international faculty in Indian Institutes||View|
|9.||SPARC (Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration)||Research collaboration with foreign institutes in top-500 QS-2020 World University Ranking or in the top-200 QS-2019 World University Ranking||View|
|10.||NIDI (National Initiative for Design Innovation)||Scheme to set up Design Innovation Centers (DICs), Open Design School (ODS)& National Design Innovation Network (NDIN) for making Indian industry globally competitive.||View|
|11.||IMPRESS (Impactful Policy Research in Social Sciences)||Research projects in policy domains such as: State and Democracy, Urban Transformation, Media, Culture and Society||View|
|12.||STARS (Scheme for Transformational and Advanced Research in Sciences)||Socially relevant research, the following 6 basic thrust areas have been identified: Physics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Nanosciences, Data Sciences & Mathematics and Earth Sciences.||View|
|13.||STRIDE (Scheme for Trans-disciplinary Research for India’s Developing Economy)||Support high impact research in thrust areas of humanities and human sciences including arts, Indian languages, culture and knowledge systems and add new disciplines for research||View|