NASSCOM provides feedback on Draft Science, Technology, and innovation policy (STIP) – Web hosting | Cloud computing | Datacenter
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The Department of Science and Technology, on December 31, 2020, has released the 5th National STIP for public consultation. The aim of the policy is to identify and address the strengths and weaknesses of the Indian STI ecosystem to catalyze the country’s socio-economic development and also make the Indian STI ecosystem globally competitive. The draft policy proposes several measures to make publicly funded scientific research open and equitable and to improve the competitiveness of the Indian STD ecosystem.
NASSCOM called for industry input to finalize its position on design policy. Based on feedback from industry, we submitted our comments to DST on January 31, 2021. In our feedback, we have suggested, among other things, that collaborative R&D is promoted by stimulating innovation clusters, using compensation policies more widely for technology transfer to Indian companies and efforts to develop some experience centers that can help demonstrate the R&D projects to visiting business leaders.
The concept of our feedback is attached.
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