Call for proposals under India-Republic of Korea Joint Programme of Cooperation


Organisation:  Department of Science & Technology

Apply By:  31 Jul . 2017


Call for proposals under India-Republic of Korea Joint Programme of Cooperation
 

Introduction

The India-Korea Joint Programme of Cooperation in Science and Technology facilitates bilateral cooperation between scientists and researchers from the two countries by way of joint R&D projects and technical missions. The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science & Technology of Government of India and Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) of the Republic of Korea are the key agencies dedicated to the implementation of the programme in India and the Republic of Korea (South Korea). This Call for Proposals is to provide every duly applicants with the detailed information and procedures for the bilateral cooperation program.

Eligibility

The Programme is open to scientists, engineers, institutions located in India or the Republic of Korea that are engaged in advanced research in one or more of the subject areas listed above. DST and National Research Foundation (NRF, an affiliated organisation of MSIP) will conduct parallel review of the applications respectively based on the agreed criteria.

Project proposal must include the name of one Principal Investigator (PI) and a CoPrincipal Investigator (Co-PI) each in India and the Republic of Korea. The PI and Co-PI are responsible for submitting annual scientific and financial reports in order to ensure continued funding; each project will be funded for a period of three years barring failure to adequately report on or complete project activities. PI and Co-PI are also responsible for the technical and administrative coordination of their projects. PIs and other investigators should either be scientists, researchers or faculty members regularly employed by government-recognized universities, academic institutes, national research and development laboratories or institutes. Neither PI should be retired or planning to retire during the proposed period of the project. Please note that on the Indian side applicant already implementing two projects funded by the International Division of DST is not eligible to submit the project against this call

Proposal Submission

Korean and Indian applicants shall write a common application to be submitted to both DST and NRF. The common application must be written in English. Indian applicants for funding should submit a completed application form and all relevant information as a single attachment (single MS word / PDF file) to the email address: rajivarc@nic.in  to reach by 6:00 pm on 31st July 2017. An email acknowledging receipt of the application will be provided to the applicant in 3-5 working days. They are also requested to submit three hard copies by 5 th August 2017 to :

Rajiv Kumar

Scientist

International Cooperation

Department of Science & Technology

New Mehrauli Road

New Delhi – 110 016

 

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