How to reform Indian public research - Dr Naushad Forbes







In India’s R&D imperative, in an earlier column (Business Standard, 06 December, 2018) we showed that India is an outlier in global R&D, both in the proportion of national R&D done in industry (44 per cent vs a global average of 71 per cent) and in the small proportion of national R&D done within the higher education system (4 per cent vs a global average of 17 per cent).


Ref: Business Standard