Call for Proposals: India-Sweden Collaborative R&D Programme 2021 by DST: Submit by May 6

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This Sweden-India program aims to foster and support the development of collaborative R&D projects that bring together companies, research organizations, academics and other collaborators from both countries for the joint development of innovative products or processes in the following technology sectors:

  • Smart and sustainable cities and transport systems
  • Clean technologies, IoT and digitalization

This may include, but is not limited to:

  • Transport & mobility; Electrical vehicles, Autonomous vehicles, Traffic safety, Mobility as a service, Reduction in traffic congestion, Digital solutions, etc.
  • Environmental technologies (Eco–system services, Clean water and air, Waste management, Renewable energy, etc.)
  • Circular and bio-based economy (Bio-based materials, Bio-fuels, Resource efficiency in consumption and production, Waste-to-wealth, etc.)
  • Energy (Reduced energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions, Alternative fuels and mobile energy sources, Renewable energy, Energy storage, Resource-efficient infrastructure planning, etc.)
  • City planning (ICT for urban technical supply, Geodata, tools for dialogue with citizens, etc.)
Areas

Current RFP invites collaborative Applications in following areas:

  • Smart Cities and Clean Technologies
  • Transport & mobility (Electrical vehicles, Autonomous vehicles, Traffic safety, Mobility as a service, Reduction in traffic congestion, Digital solutions, etc.)
  • Environmental technologies (Eco–system services, Clean water and air, Waste management, Renewable energy, etc.)
  • Circular and bio-based economy (Bio-based materials, Bio-fuels, Resource efficiency in consumption and production, Waste-to-wealth, etc.)
  • Energy (Reduced energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions, Alternative fuels and mobile energy sources, Renewable energy, Energy storage, Resource-efficient infrastructure planning, etc.)
  • City planning (ICT for urban technical supply, Geodata, tools for dialogue with citizens, etc.)
  • Digitalisation and Internet of Things (IoT)

Call for Applications: Accelerate Vigyan Scheme 2021 by DST, Govt. of India: Apply by Apr 30

Eligibility

An Indian company having requisite understanding and capability to undertake R&D activities.

  • The Indian Project Lead (IPL) (i.e. lead company) must be a commercial (for profit) company under the Indian Companies Act 1956/2013, which operates in and is headquartered in India.
  • At least 51% stake of the IPL Company must be owned by Indian citizens.
  • The IPL should have the required expertise and team capacity to manage the proposed project.
  • Sole proprietors and partnership firms are not eligible for support under this programme
  • Companies headquartered and owned outside India and their subsidiaries in India, or vice versa, are not eligible to receive funding from DST/ GITA under this programme.
  • IPL should lead the project from Indian side and if required bring in other Industry Partners or Academic/R&D Institutions as Consortium Partner.
Important dates
Opening of the Request for Proposals/Competition05 March 2021
Closing of the Request for Proposals/Competition06 May 2021
Anticipated release date of Request For Proposal/Competition resultsAugust 2021
Application
  • The Indian Project Lead (IPL) may visit the GITA website: www.gita.org.in under the ‘Apply for Funding’ section.
  • Indian Project Lead needs to submit the Application online (no other mode of submission will be accepted) as per deadline.
  • Login with the same ID and password.
  • Complete and submit the desired Application Form, along with the required supporting documents, as listed on the GITA website, by the deadline.
  • Upon Application submission, the system will send auto-generated email acknowledgement to IPL, along with application reference number.
Funding

DST will support up to Maximum limit of INR 1.5 crore per project of the total Indian Project Cost, as a Grant in Aid, for a maximum project period of 24 months.

Contact

Ms. Deepanwita Mukherjee
Phone : +91 9810119551
Email : deepanwita.mukherjee[at]gita.org.in

Mr. Rahul Kulshreshtha
Phone : +91 9929222179
Email : rahul.kulshreshtha[at]gita.org.in

India-Sweden Collaborative R&D Programme 2021 by DST.

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