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PROJECT PROPOSAL FORMAT (FBR/NCP)

Niche and Strength in Technological and Scientific Research Areas with


Medium and Long Term Goals

PART-A: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


Title of Proposal

Acronym
Category of Project

Theme

Subtheme

Nodal Laboratory

Participating Laboratory(ies)

Contact Details (Name, Number and


Email)
 Principal Investigator (PI)
 Co-PI
Total Cost (Rs in crores)

Project Duration (in months)


Defining the Problem (100 words max)

Abstract of Project (300 words max.)

Key words (6 max.):

Current TRL (Max. TRL5) Targeted TRL

Outcomes Envisaged (150 words max.)

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PART-B: PROPOSAL DETAILS
1. Scientific and Technical Summary

1.1. Concept, Objectives, Relevance and Elementary (CORE) Details


1.1.1. Concept
1.1.2. Elementary Details (Origin, Basics and Genesis)
1.1.3. Scientific Relevance (Why the project needs to be done)
1.1.4. The Problem Addressed: Problem in Perspective
1.1.4.1.1. Current general science/technology level
1.1.4.1.2. Advantage of the proposed work
1.1.4.1.3. Science/Technology Gap (White space)
1.1.4.1.4. Value Addition proposed
1.1.5. Objectives (What the project envisages to achieve)
1.1.6. Novelty of the proposed project work
1.2. Envisaged Delivery (in brief, 100 words max.):
1.2.1. Scientific Knowledge Creation

1.2.2. Technology Development

1.2.3. Process/Product Development


1.3. Competitive Landscape and Benchmarking

1.3.1. International State of Art (including competition)

1.3.2. National State of Art (including competition)

1.3.3. IPR Mapping

1.3.4. Existing Knowledge Gaps and Scope of Innovation


1.4. Project strategy:
 Starting Point (Current Status)
 Step 1
 Step 2…
 End Point (envisaged)

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2. Detailed Work Plan Proposed

2.1. Verticals and Work Packages List

Vertical Work package Lead Participant


<Name_ Vertical1> V1WP1: (Focus1) Scientist1/lab1
(The major V2WP2:(Focus2) Scientist2/lab2
question) V3WP3:(Focus3) Scientist3/lab3
<Name_ Vertical2> V2WP1:(Focus1) Scientist1/lab4
V2WP2:(Focus2) Scientist2/lab3
V2WP3:(Focus3) Scientist3/lab1
Add Verticals as required

2.2. Vertical/Work Package Details:

Vertical <Name_Vertical1>
Work package <Focus_1>
Lead Participant (s) with
their contact Number
Objectives

Description of work (possibly broken down into tasks) and role of partners

Deliverables (brief description) and month of delivery

Vertical <Name_Vertical1>
Work package <Focus_2>
Participant (s) with their
contact Number
Objectives

Description of work (possibly broken down into tasks) and role of partners

Deliverables (brief description) and month of delivery

Add similar table for each vertical(s) and corresponding work packages

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2.3. Milestone Details

Milestone summary (Quarterly):

Milestone WPs Expected date of Mode of


Name involved completion validation

Work Packages entries made as V1WP1 (<VerticalNo.><WorkPackageNo.>)

2.4. Gantt Chart of Project Work Package(s) Wise (Biannually)

Work Packages (↓)


V1WP1
V2WP2

VnWPn
Time (Biannually) (→) BA1 BA2 BA3 BAn

2.5. Anticipated Potential (max 300 words) – Market, Societal, Global S&T
positioning, etc.

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2.6. Resources needed

2.6.1. Capital Resources:


2.6.2. Manpower Resources:
2.6.3. Financial Resources:
2.6.3.1. Total Proposed Outlay (Rs in Crore):

Budget Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 TOTAL


Head (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
(1)
FE FE FE FE FE FE
A. CAPITAL
Works &
Services
Apparatus &
Equipment
Total (A)
B.
RECUR
RING
T.A. India
T.A. Abroad
Contingencies
Maintenance
Chemicals &
Consumables
Other Res.
Expenditure
Technical HR
Salaries
(Regular
Staff) *
Total (B)
Total (A+B)
2.6.3.2. Summary of Financial Requirement: (Rs in lakhs)
Project can be of 3-5 years’ duration
Salaries (Regular Staff) *: Notional

2.6.3.3. Itemized budget justification


A: Capital (each sub-head)
B: Recurring (each sub-head)
3. Project Delivery

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3.1. Anticipated success rate (max 100 words)
3.2. Project Outputs (as envisaged, please elaborate as applicable):
3.2.1. Publications
3.2.2. Patents (or other forms of IP generated such as Copyrights, Designs
etc.)
3.2.3. Human Resource (PhD fellows, Project fellows and Skills imparted -
Including skill set developed for technical services/ consultancy/ training
purposes
3.3. Project Outcome (as envisaged, please elaborate as applicable)
3.3.1. Capacity Creation and Human Resource Development:
3.3.2. New scientific knowledge:
3.3.3. Technology Lead(s):
3.3.4. Technology/Product:
3.3.5. Facility creation: Uniqueness & utility
3.3.6. Technical service creation:
3.3.7. External Cash Flow (ECF)
3.4. Impact Envisaged: Direct benefit to Society/Nation
Description of specific impact

Socio-Economic Impact

a. Industry Impact

b. Societal Impact

c. Strategic Sector
Impact

d. Environmental Impact

e. Others (please
specify)

4. Follow-up Envisaged

5. Any other Information

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PART-C: SMART card of the program

Title

Acronym

Goal(s)

Reason this goal is


important

Concept Description

Specific
Exactly what is it you want to achieve?
A good goal statement explains the what,
why, how and who.
Measurable
You must be able to track progress and
measure the result of your goal. A good goal
statement answers the question, how much
or how many. How will I know when I have
achieved my goal?
Agreed
Your goal must be relevant to your
stakeholders and agreed with them.
Examples of people to agree your goal with
are your collaborator, clinician and/or
technology deployment partner.
Realistic
Your goal should be stretching, but realistic
and relevant to CSIR/India. Make sure the
actions you need to take to achieve your
goal are things within your control. Is your
goal achievable?
Time-Bound
Goals must have a deadline. A good goal
statement will answer the question, when
will I achieve my goal? It's a good idea to
set some short-term milestones along the
way to help you measure progress.

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General Instruction(s) to Fill and Submit Proposal
Applicable to all proposal

1. The performa must be completely filled in all respect. Incomplete information may
result proposal rejection
2. For FBR/NCP categories and set principles, the proposals can have maximum
TRL of 5. Proposal with TRL >5 may be submitted for funding under different
categories proposals’ call.
3. With duly filled performa, all proposal must also fill and submit general structure
of DPR (Detailed Project Report) along with format for EFC/SFC memorandum
for appraisal of schemes (if applicable) as issued by Ministry of Finance,
Department of Expenditure vide OM No. 24(35)/PF-II/2012 dated August 05,2016
and available for download on CDIS (http://c-
dis.csir.res.in/Launching_Pad/Download.aspx).
4. All the financial statement should be duly vetted by Nodal, PI, F&AO/FAO of
nodal laboratory/unit and Head, PME of CSIR laboratories/units.
5. The proposal should be sent by Head, PME to The In-charge, RPPBDD after
taking due approval from the competent authority (Director/ Head of CSIR
Laboratory/ Unit).
6. All the proposal must be annexed with all the required and supporting
documents.
7. Last date of proposal submission with all the required and supporting documents
is August 31, 2019. It may be submitted via mail to venkat@csir.res.in with a
copy to abhishek_kumar@csir.res.in. The hard copy of the same may be sent to
The In-charge, RPPBDD, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research,
Anusandhan Bhawan, 2 Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg, New Delhi – 110001

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