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How we generate and nurture ideas

We try to excite scientists to submit ideas through a call for ideas/concepts in the given thrust/priority areas. The ideas are screened by a team of relevant experts and the screened ideas are then allowed to develop into a full research proposal. In the next step, full proposals are presented by the scientist for further evaluation and screening by a team with relevant expertise. At this stage, scientists receive suggestions, comments to improve the innovative potential of the proposal. All the screened proposals are then allowed for registration through e Promis and subjected to a peer-review process followed by presentation in the Task Force for final comments and recommendations. Task Force periodically reviews the sanctioned projects and a separate monitoring/mentoring committee is set up depending on the follow-up requirements. The knowledge outcomes generated in the process is evaluated for its translatability and help scientists develop translational projects and its support.


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The department also keeps the option open for scientists to submit the research proposals round the year through e Promis (link) under competitive grant schemes of the Department.