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Response

We seek to clarify or respond to the various points raised by Parveen Arora (PA). Evolution of India’s NSI: Contrary to PA, we have sourced this data from Table 1 of “R&D Statistics Tables” which are on the website of NSTMIS. For us the business enterprise sector is akin to the private sector...

Evidence-based Policymaking

Looking into India's research and development figures for 2011-12, this article points out that four issues stand out in a systematic analysis of the data. These are the national system of innovation moving closer to the business enterprise sector; the private sector's share of R&D in the agricultural sector increasing; R&D in the research councils having very little interaction with the production sector; and the quantity of human resources engaged in R&D.
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