To put in place a robust mechanism for developing and strengthening the research ecosystem within HEIs, aligned with the provisions of NEP-2020.

  • To create a conducive environment for enhanced research productivity.
  • To encourage collaboration across industry, government, community- based organizations, and agencies at the local, national, and international levels.
  • To facilitate greater access to research through mobilization of resources and funding.
  • To create an organizational structure with role-based functions of RDC, formulate Research Policy for the HEIs, identify thrust areas of research, and form related cluster groups/ frontline teams/consortia of researchers.
  • To create enabling provisions in Research Policies for recruitment of research personnel, procurement of equipment, and financial management with adequate autonomy to the Principal Investigator(s) and disseminate research outcomes to stakeholders and the public at large.
  • To establish a special purpose vehicle to promote researchers and innovators, identify potential collaborators from industry, research organizations, academic institutions & other stakeholders for cooperation and synergistic partnerships.
  • To act as a liaison between researchers & relevant research funding agencies, extend guidance in preparation & submission of project proposals and post-sanctioning of the grants to oversee adherence to timelines.
  • To have better coordination among other cells/centers dealing with University-Industry Inter Linkage, Incubation, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).
  • To develop an Institutional Research Information System for sharing the status of ongoing/ completed research projects/Programmes, expertise & resources, etc., making effective use of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) for preparing the database of in-house experts to provide industrial consultancy and services.
  • To engage & utilize the services of superannuated active faculty/scientists in research capacity building of talented young minds and promote mobility of researchers across institutions and R&D Labs.
  • To serve as nodal center for ideation and conceptualization of research topics/themes by organizing workshops and training programs and ensuring the integrity and ethical practices in research activities including clearance of bioethical committee wherever required.

For effective governance and to ensure functional autonomy, transparency, accountability, and Adaptability Institution has to establish governance committee. This committee oversees the smooth and efficient coordination of research and development activities in the Institute, thus fostering overall growth.

The organizational structure consists of Advisor, Director and Coordinators for facilitating the routine functioning of the cell.

There should be a Research Advisory Council headed by the Principal or his/her nominee as the apex body of RDC. There should be Director/Coordinator (RDC) among the distinguished researchers from the institution and nominated by, the principal will head various sub-committees to drive the governance. RDCs may form multiple sub-committees to enhance their function.

Advisory Committee– Institute Research Advisor, Director, Dean, 3 or 5 renowned external Academic Personalities with sufficient Research and Administrative background.

Institute Research Chairperson– Hon’ble Principal Sir

Director/Coordinator: The Director/Coordinator nominated by the principal, will head various Sub- committees to drive the governance.

Coordinators-5 to 7 teaching faculty members from the Institute, with research supervising experience and 1 or 2 non-teaching officers representing with experiences in research related administrative duties.