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CRD has organized a Research Advisory Board comprising members from various research institutions and research agencies to provide suggestions and feedback on the research efforts of the College. It has aided faculty members in pursuing research projects financed by several funding bodies such as UGC, ICSSR, NABARD, AICTE, and others.


• Advisory Committee- Research Advisor, Principal, Dean and 3 or 5 renowned external Academic Personalities with sufficient Research and Administrative background.
• College Research Advisor- A Professor with at least 10 years of research supervision experience
• Coordinators- 5 to 7 teaching faculty members from the College, with research supervising experience and 1 or 2 non-teaching officers representing with experiences in research related administrative duties.


• Advisory Committee: The advisory committee's primary function is to provide guidance on research focus as needed within the R&D cell.
• Coordinators: Coordinators are required to provide updates on college research committee business to their constituents, participate in committee discussions, and make decisions.
• College Research Advisor:
1. Complete understanding of funding opportunities for research projects, FDPS, seminars, and workshops for professors and students.
2. Serves as a point of contact for sponsors, auditors, and other administrative support units of the Institute.
3. Aids faculty and research students in creating proposals and the associated financial summaries and budgets.
4. Have a thorough understanding of direct, indirect, facility, and administrative costs.
5. Making sure that expenses related to supported research projects carried out within the department are compliant with sponsor and university policies.
• Meeting
1. The R&D Cell will meet at least two times per year or whenever necessary.
Facilitate academics, research scientists, and students submit grant applications for research from a variety of funding sources, including the UGC, NCW, ICSSR, AICTE, MHRD, etc.
Faculty members receive grants for seed money associated with their research and development projects.
Assists instructors, research associates, and students with the filing of intellectual property rights (IPRs), including copy rights and patents.
Encouraging interest in the newly emerging science and technology, Pure Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities.