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Multiplier Grants Scheme- KHOJinINDIA

Multiplier Grants Scheme

  • Ministry Of Electronics and Information Technology
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    Multiplier Grants Scheme

    Ministry Of Electronics and Information Technology


    Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) is implementing Multiplier Grants Scheme (MGS). MGS aims to encourage collaborative R&D between industry and academics/ R&D institutions for development of products and packages. Under the scheme, if industry supports R&D for development of products that can be commercialized at institution level, then government will also provide financial support that is up to twice the amount provided by industry. The proposals for getting financial support under the scheme are to be submitted jointly by the industry and institutions.

    The Scheme is extended upto 31st March 2020 with a total outlay of Rs. 36 Crores and DeitY contribution of Rs. 24 Crore. The Technology Development Council (TDC) budget head will be used for implementation of this scheme. Based on this pilot implementation and feedback, the scheme would be reviewed by Working Group.


    Objective Of The Scheme
    • Establish, nurture and strengthen the linkages between the Industry and Institutes                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
    • To promote industry oriented R&D at institutes                                                                    
    • Encourage and accelerate development of indigenous products and packages                                                                                                                                            
    • Bridge the gap between R&D / Proof-of-concept and commercialization and Globalization
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