INDIA-IRAN BILATERAL SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL COOPERATION CALL FOR PROPOSALS – 2018

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INDIA-IRAN BILATERAL SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL COOPERATION CALL FOR PROPOSALS – 2018

Last date:15/2/18

OBJECTIVES:

• To strengthen and to expand relations between both scientific communities, making
possible the exchanges between Indian and Iranian research groups, in the framework of
joint scientific and technological projects, selected by the parties.
• Promote implementation of joint projects able to bind R&D centres with enterprises from
both countries.

PROJECT PARTICIPANTS AND SUBJECT AREAS:

Scientists/Faculty Members working in regular capacity in Government recognized
Universities/Deemed Universities, Academic Institutes and National Research & Development
Laboratories/ Institutes can apply as Principal Investigator (PI). The Indian PI should not be retiring
during the proposed duration of the project. In order to qualify for such funding, investigators are
required to have a concrete and sound research proposal on any of the following areas:

The priority areas for this Call mutally agreed are as given below:

1. Biotechnology and Human Health (focusing improvement in crop productivity, transgenic
crops, microbial biotechnology with emphasis on cellulosic biofuel and microbial diversity and
bioprospecting; Molecular Medicine focussing research on stem cell, cancer, tropical and
infectious diseases; and Animal Biotechnology (reproductive and nutrition)

2. Water resources management

SELECTION OF PROJECTS:

Proposals will undergo a quality evaluation taking into account the following criteria:
1. Project (creativity and originality, importance of objectives and expected results, coherence
between objectives, methodology and work plan)
2. Research Group (capacity and scientific and technological competence of the research group,
human resources training, criticality of the cooperation in terms of human resources training)
3. Cooperation (relevance and opportunity of the missions, desirability of cooperation and
background of cooperation)
The assessment of relevance will take into account:
1. The overall priorities of the DST and CISC.
2. The training plan targeting young researchers specified in the project.
3. The incorporation of new groups in the cooperation program (priority will be awarded to the
proposals that had not received previous funding)

DURATION OF PROJECTS:

Projects shall normally be of 2-year duration.

ELIGIBILITY:

Programme is open to scientists, engineers, institutions engaged in advanced research in the
above referred areas in India and Iran. Joint project proposal may be submitted simultaneously by the Indian researchers to DST and by the Iranian partners to MSRT i.e. CISC in the prescribed proforma annexed herewith (Annex I). Unilaterally submitted projects shall not be considered. The project proposal must include one Principal Investigator (PI) and a Co-PI each in India and Iran. The PIs/Co-PIs have the main responsibility for scientific and financial reporting which must be done annually before the next disbursement of funding. They are also responsible for the technical as well as administrative co-ordination of the project. The project duration would be of 2 years. The Principal Investigator (PI) and other investigators in India and Iran should be Scientists/faculty members working in regular capacity in Government recognized Universities/ Deemed Universities, Academic Institutes and National Research & Development Laboratories/ Institutes. The Indian PI should not be retiring during the proposed duration of the project.

COMPONENTS OF GRANT:

It is expected that participating institutes themselves make provision for the use of equipment,
manpower, consumables, etc. required under the project. However, in deserving cases, incremental
costs may also be considered on recommendations of the Project Assessment/Expert Committees.
Financial provisions available for the exchange visit component is as follows:
The international travel cost for their scientists to the capital city/arrival city and medical
insurance shall be provided to the visiting scientists by the sending side.

The receiving side will make the following arrangements:
Iranian Side
a) The Indian Scientists visiting Iran shall be provided per diem amount Iranian Rial 1,000,000 per day for food, local transport and out of pocket expenses in case of short term visit (upto 21 days) , and Iranian Rial 2,500,000 calculated on per month basis in case of long term visits (more than 21 days).
b) Free furnished accommodation in Guest House/Hotel with reasonable amenities.
c) In country transport from Capital city/arrival city to the visiting institute by appropriate means, and
d) Pickup from and dropping facility at the airport to all visiting researchers 

Indian Side
a) The Iranian Scientists visiting India shall be paid per diem amount INR 2,000 per day in case of short term visit (up to 21 days), and INR 50,000/- calculated on per month basis in case of long term visits (more than 21 days). These amounts will cover expenses related to local transport and out of
pocket allowance
b) Free furnished accommodation in Guest House/Hotel with reasonable amenities
c) In country transport from Capital city/arrival city to the visiting institute by appropriate means, and
d) Pickup from and dropping facility at the airport to all visiting researchers

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Joint research projects in the prescribed format duly forwarded by the respective Heads of the
Institutions are to be submitted simultaneously, by the Indian Project Investigator to the Department of
Science and Technology, New Delhi, and by the Iranian Project Leader to the Ministry of Science,
Research and Technology (MSRT). Applications received by both the agencies with all necessary
documents shall only be considered.

Indian PIs will submit 5 hard copies (including 1 original) and in PDF format the project proposal
in prescribed format to DST and Iranian PIs will submit 5 hard copies of the proposal (including 1 original
and in PDF format) to CISC at their respective addresses indicated as under:

Indian side:
Dr. Jagdish Chander
Scientist – G/Adviser, International
Cooperation, Department of Science &
Technology, Technology Bhavan
New Mehrauli Road
New Delhi – 110 016
E-mail: jchander@nic.in

Iranian side:
Dr. A. Koohian
Deputy Director
Center for International Scientific Cooperation
(CISC),
Ministry of Science, Research and Technology,
Tehran, Iran
Email: koohian@ut.ac.ir

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