Thu. Sep 19th, 2019

Innovative Leader

for Sustainable Peace and Development

INNOVATE INDIA

NAME OF PROJECTS: INNOVATE INDIA

Promoted by: INNOVATION SOCIETY, INDIA

Importance of this Project  :India is powerhouse of fertile brain 1,210,854,977 (Approx.), as a Knowledge Enabler our responsibility to shape this brain and utilize for the betterment of Indian Infrastructure development to build India as Developed Nation.  On and Average people if divided by four to 1,210,854,977 that is 1,210,854,977 /4 = 302713744.44 (Workable People of India)

“An ageing world needs workers; A young country has workers”

                                                                                     Nandan Nilekani.

chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India, through the above quote, tried to bring out an opportunistic competitive advantage that India possesses as a result of its demographics. This competitive advantage, better known as the demographic dividend, is the rise in the rate of economic growth due to a rising share of working age people in a population. And Mr. Nilekani is not the only person who has been vocal about this fact.  In India, it is almost fashionable to include the demographic dividend in a discussion and feel good about the future. But, in my opinion, the demographic advantage alone can’t be India’s ticket to the elite “Superpower Club.” Let us analyze this further. Long-term growth depends ultimately on two factors – the number of workers in the economy and their level of productivity. The aggregate production function puts this fact in a simple mathematical function: Aggregate Production Function = f(total workable population, labor productivity)

Workable Population: Clearly, India has an advantage in this aspect. Charting the total workable population (defined here as the population between 15-60 years) suggests that India’s working population will surpass China’s working population by 2040.

Labor Productivity: One way of defining labor productivity is the amount of value added (goods or services) per person employed in the economy. India, understandably, does not fare very well on this measure with respect to the developed economies. Developing economies are characterized by large productivity differences from that of developed economies. It is, however, the difference in the rate of labor productivity growth between China and India that presents a far more interesting reading.

Records Shows that Brain Drain in India is very much of a reality today. India and China are the two top most countries that suffer from it — although very differently —but it effects other parts of the world including The United States.  Brain Drain involves immigration of trained and highly skilled human labour away from a place that needs it the most, in the quest for financial gain or career advancement. According to the research done by IIM Banglore, the total percentage of brain drain in India has increased by 256% fold in a single decade or may be less. On Global scale, it can be seen that there is increase in migration outflow during 1990’s from Asia to USA, Canada, Australia, and UK due to result in hike of demand of IT professionals and skilled brains in Science & Technology along with immigration policies that favors a bunch of skilled and qualified technocrats. In developing countries like India, Brain Drain results in high percentage, because the race for getting a share in the world class institutions has hiked, and the alarming rate cut off goes to almost 100%. Well, that’s really huge!

So basically, the reasons behind migration at alarming rates are:

  • Inadequate institutions which have been marked with global exposure, facilities, faculties and equipment
  • Not enough competent environment and unskilled brains
  • Political instability
  • Lack of opportunities


I think the main root cause of Brain Drain in India and lack in its advancement is because of the lethargic and sluggish behavior of many of us. Whenever we see something bad going on in our society, we don’t take a step ahead to solve it, instead we sit back ideal on our couch, watching T.V., or rather scrolling IG, while expecting someone else to do it. What we don’t realize is that if we all would behave in the same manner, then who’s gonna take that 1st Step ?.

Take Education as an example— probably the place where Brain Drain can hurt us the most.

Most of the students in IIT Bombay are blessed with good faculty, but there are those among us who have not always had the same benefits. I’m not saying that every UG/PG student has been always taught by bad faculty, but I’m sure that most of us have had at least one course where we felt that we could have done far better teaching than the course teacher. So here we have a problem —lack of good faculty. Our solution for that problem is obvious – train and create better faculty. So we know the problem and we know the solution. But we won’t take the initiative to solve that problem. Why? Obviously, because we don’t want to be a teacher, we want more amount of money which teaching obviously doesn’t offer. We all just want money — no matter if it comes from India or USA. The example that I just gave is only a brief extract of one of the many problems about how we cannot, and refuse, to cure the problems that Brain Drain causes in India. And I think that, unless we Indians make a collective decision to work in our respective fields, to improve India, our country will remain just the way it is, and we will continue to blame Brain Drain. I conclude with the immortal words of John F. Kennedy – “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”. In this relation and objective society emerge to Innovate Infrastructure with the help of Like-minded people across the india.

About Society : Innovation Society is registered as an All India Level Operational Society under Society Registration Act XXI of 1860 (Registration No. District Shahdara/Society/631/2015-16). Innovation Society is strongly believed and liked to work in coordination with Govt. agencies and corporate. We would like to shape talent and research agencies of state, universities, corporate and individuals for concerning and execution of original research work and nurturing innovation in country, specially the youth. Innovation Society works with the mission “To support and promote constructive innovations for sustainable developments to conquer social and economic disabilities”.

We promote innovations and innovators in the areas of Science, Arts, Commerce, Management and Technology and empower the human community for expansion of Innovation wings, mobilize funds and manpower to execute projects from stage of incubation and creation of excellence environments of research and innovations through training, workshops and short term courses. We disseminate new development in science, technology and public delivery system through publications, social networking, and projects . We empower the center of excellence for interdisciplinary studies and establish incubation cells to generate, acquire, and hold patents and IPR.

Innovation Society has strong belief that research and development are parts and parcels for any innovative country so here we would like to share hands on experience, ‘Make in India’ drive in divergent background for global importance.

We are Constantly working for the betterment of Indian and Indian Infrastructure and in the same line we have developed Project namely “ INNOVATE INDIA”.

Vision of the Projects : To Build India as Innovative Countries in line with INDIA AS DEVELOPED NATIONS Upto 2030

Mission of the Projects : To innovate Indian youth through Memory championships, quiz competition, psychometric test, Leadership and Confidence building seminar, capacities buildings, Realities Shows in association with various institution across the India.

  1. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER:  PROF. (DR.) RIPU RANJAN SINHA, PERSIDENT , INNOVATION SOCIETY , INDIA 
  2. CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER: MR. ASISH C SWAMI, DIRCTOR, COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT

ZONAL HEAD

Phase I:  EASTERN ZONE STATE    | Phase II: WESTERN ZONE STATE | Phase III: SOUTHERN ZONE STATE | Phase IV: NORTHERN ZONE STATE |Phase V: CENTRAL STATE

Mode of Operandi

1. Content need to design

2. Workshops organized by Team Leaders at Innovation Clubs or Individual Institution (Team Leaders Must be Members of the Society)

3. Financial may be through Associate, Registration fees, Club fees (on time registration) or Other Mode of Funding

Project Plan

Phase I:  EASTERN ZONE STATE    | Phase II: WESTERN ZONE STATE | Phase III: SOUTHERN ZONE STATE | Phase IV: NORTHERN ZONE STATE | Phase V: CENTRAL STATE

INNOVATE ANDHRA PRADESH | INNOVATE ARUNACHAL PRADESH |INNOVATE ASSAM |INNOVATE BIHAR |INNOVATE CHHATTISGARH|INNOVATE GOA|INNOVATE GUJARAT|INNOVATE HARYANA|INNOVATE HIMACHAL PRADESH|INNOVATE JAMMU AND KASHMIR|INNOVATE JHARKHAND|INNOVATE KARNATAKA|INNOVATE KERALA|INNOVATE MADHYA PRADESH|INNOVATE MAHARASHTRA|INNOVATE MANIPUR|INNOVATE MEGHALAYA|INNOVATE MIZORAM|INNOVATE NAGALAND|INNOVATE ODISHA|INNOVATE PUNJAB|INNOVATE RAJASTHAN|INNOVATE SIKKIM |INNOVATE TAMIL NADU |INNOVATE TRIPURA |INNOVATE UTTAR PRADESH |INNOVATE UTTARAKHAND |INNOVATE WEST BENGAL |INNOVATE TELANGANA |INNOVATE ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR |INNOVATE CHANDIGARH|INNOVATE DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI |INNOVATE DAMAN AND DIU |INNOVATE LAKSHADWEEP |INNOVATE NCT DELHI |INNOVATE PUDUCHERRY |

FOR EXAMPLE:
                         (I) INNOVATE RAJASTHAN IN ASSOCIATION WITH MINISTRY

                         (II) INNOVATE BIHAR

                         (III) INNOVATE NCR AND DELHI

REQUIREMENT

  • Zonal Head ( for Each Zone )
  • Project Director ( For Each District)  : 01
  • Interns : 05-07 NOS as per the Requirement of Projects and Recommendation by the Project Director [for the project upto 3 to six month] certificate shall be issued after successfully accomplishment of projects , Interns shall be from UG/PG Final Year Students from various University and Institution.
  • Trainer from top institution and experienced
  • Budget shall be prepared by the Project Director and society shall release in quarterly manner

Number of Programs: 06

  1. Memory championships
  2. quiz competition
  3. psychometric test
  4. Leadership and Confidence building seminar
  5. capacities buildings
  6. Realities Shows 

Number of Programs (Training) : 06

  1. Memory championships
  2. quiz competition & Innovate India Exhibition
  3. psychometric test
  4. Leadership and Confidence building seminar
  5. capacities buildings
  6. Realities Shows 

Target Audience

Delivery tools and Resource |Evaluation System |Measuring Transfer of Learning & Ground Impact

BUDGET PROPOSALS

Map key Name of State or Union Territory (Italicized) Number of Districts Population[4] Population/district No of Programs (06)/ Districts   (x) Average cost of per programme Total Cost of Programe Target People Expenses per person
(y)  (Z=X * Y) (25% of Population )  
1 Andhra Pradesh 13 49,386,799 3,798,985 78 100,000 7,800,000 949,746 8
2 Arunachal Pradesh 24 1,383,727 57,656 144 100,000 14,400,000 14,414 999
3 Assam 33 31,169,272 944,523 198 100,000 19,800,000 236,131 84
4 Bihar 38 104,099,452 2,739,459 228 100,000 22,800,000 684,865 33
5 Chhattisgarh 27 25,545,198 946,118 162 100,000 16,200,000 236,530 68
6 Goa 2 1,458,545 729,273 12 100,000 1,200,000 182,318 7
7 Gujarat 33 60,439,692 1,831,506 198 100,000 19,800,000 457,877 43
8 Haryana 22 25,351,462 1,152,339 132 100,000 13,200,000 288,085 46
9 Himachal Pradesh 12 6,864,602 572,050 72 100,000 7,200,000 143,013 50
10 Jammu and Kashmir 22 12,541,302 570,059 132 100,000 13,200,000 142,515 93
11 Jharkhand 24 32,988,134 1,374,506 144 100,000 14,400,000 343,627 42
12 Karnataka 30 61,095,297 2,036,510 180 100,000 18,000,000 509,128 35
13 Kerala 14 33,406,061 2,386,147 84 100,000 8,400,000 596,537 14
14 Madhya Pradesh 52 72,626,809 1,396,669 312 100,000 31,200,000 349,167 89
15 Maharashtra 36 112,374,333 3,121,509 216 100,000 21,600,000 780,377 28
16 Manipur 16 2,721,756 170,110 96 100,000 9,600,000 42,528 226
17 Meghalaya 11 2,966,889 269,717 66 100,000 6,600,000 67,429 98
18 Mizoram 8 1,097,206 137,151 48 100,000 4,800,000 34,288 140
19 Nagaland 11 1,978,502 179,864 66 100,000 6,600,000 44,966 147
20 Odisha 30 41,974,218 1,399,141 180 100,000 18,000,000 349,785 51
21 Punjab 22 27,743,338 1,261,061 132 100,000 13,200,000 315,265 42
22 Rajasthan 33 68,548,437 2,077,225 198 100,000 19,800,000 519,306 38
23 Sikkim 4 610,577 152,644 24 100,000 2,400,000 38,161 63
24 Tamil Nadu 32 72,147,030 2,254,595 192 100,000 19,200,000 563,649 34
25 Tripura 8 3,673,917 459,240 48 100,000 4,800,000 114,810 42
26 Uttar Pradesh 75 199,812,341 2,664,165 450 100,000 45,000,000 666,041 68
27 Uttarakhand 13 10,086,292 775,869 78 100,000 7,800,000 193,967 40
28 West Bengal 23 91,276,115 3,968,527 138 100,000 13,800,000 992,132 14
29 Telangana 31 35,193,978 1,135,290 186 100,000 18,600,000 283,823 66
A Andaman and Nicobar 3 380,581 126,860 18 100,000 1,800,000 31,715 57
B Chandigarh 1 1,055,450 1,055,450 6 100,000 600,000 263,863 2
C Dadra and Nagar Haveli 1 343,709 343,709 6 100,000 600,000 85,927 7
D Daman and Diu 2 243,247 121,624 12 100,000 1,200,000 30,406 39
E Lakshadweep 1 64,473 64,473 6 100,000 600,000 16,118 37
F NCT Delhi 11 16,787,941 1,526,176 66 100,000 6,600,000 381,544 17
G Puducherry 4 1,247,953 311,988 24 100,000 2,400,000 77,997 31
36 Total  722 1,210,854,977 1,677,084 4332 3600000 433200000 11,028,047 39
 

Note: Per person expenses 39/- + 10/- (administrative expenses) = 50/-

Outcome of this programme

  • By the execution of this programme 11,028,047 (1 Crore 10 Lakh) persons shall be reached through this platform and will be able to perform activities in the said areas. 
  • These persons shall contribute in the development of local ecosystem in turn help in the growth of GDP of India.
  • Overall budget estimate of this project 43.32 CR + 10 CR (approx.)=53 CR Project
  • Overall 4332 Activities in 772 Districts
  • Employment generation through this project is 5000 person that is 5000*3=15000 employment at various levels
  • On accomplishment of this project even (10% person will start their own startup it will around 11 lac startup will be comining in 3 years that will provide employment to at least 55 lakh person
  • This will boost up the GDP and economic Growth of Country

Divisional Office :  E-1, Dhikli Complex, Jaipur Agra Bipass Jaipur Rajasthan Bank information: “INNOVATION SOCIETY,INDIA” Account No: 61301023239 , IFSC Code:SBIN0031016 ,Bank: STATE BANK OF INDIA  ,Branch:D-39, ACHARYA NIKETAN, MAYUR VIHAR, DELHI 110091, PHONE : 91-9602570498