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DBT - Research and Development

The data refers to area-wise number of suitable ongoing Research and Development projects being funded by Department of Biotechnology. The schemes are implemented institutes/universities through competitive grants system based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility.
The data refers to area-wise number of ongoing Research and Development projects received by Department of Biotechnology in each financial year. The schemes are implemented institutes/universities through competitive grants system based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility.
The data refers to state-wise number of ongoing Research and Development projects received by Department of Biotechnology in each financial year. The schemes are implemented institutes/universities through competitive grants system based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility.
The data refers to state-wise number of project proposals not found suitable for funding by DBT. These number of projects are not found suitable based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility in biotechnology sector by the expert committee.
The data refers to the number of institutes interacted with DBT. The schemes are implemented institutes/universities through competitive grants system based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility with a very transparent computerized system.
The data refers to the list of suitable ongoing Research and Development projects in different areas being funded by Department of Biotechnology. The schemes are implemented institutes/universities through competitive grants system based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility.
The data refers to the number of suitable ongoing Research and Development projects being funded by Department of Biotechnology. The schemes are implemented institutes/universities through competitive grants system based on scientific merit and techno-economic feasibility.
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