These bricks can be used in roads and can pass the rainwater directly into the ground and remain intact. The innovation is being tested with different proportions and will be available in the market soon.
From schools to higher education and research, an ecosystem was being created that it becomes a medium for innovation even as the country was one among the top three startup ecosystems, said the Prime Minister.
The policy also entitles students/researchers/ faculty members to sole ownership of patent rights if the product is developed without using any of institution's facilities and funds and work has been conducted outside work hours.
IIT-Delhi launches FIRE scheme that would fund deep-technology start-up ideas with Rs 50 lakh initially. Three years of leave, of which one year would be paid, besides research facilities would be provided to teachers
This collaboration, claims IIT-Madras, will facilitate research ideas and ventures in the cleantech space that would be trained and mentored by GDC at various academic institutions across India, and enabling startups.
Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Delhi have seen the highest number of start-ups recognised under the government’s flagship Start-Up India Scheme in the period between January 2016, when the scheme was launched, and July 16, 2019.
Selected candidates will get lodging for two years, funding support up to Rs 50 lakh to develop proof of Concept (PoC), technical and business support and access to investors and entrepreneurship support programs. Applications closing on April 30, 2019.