Institution's Innovation Council (IIC)
In 2018, the Ministry of Education (Government of India) launched the Institute's Innovation Council (IIC) programme in collaboration with AICTE for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to encourage the creative energy of our student population as well as to systematically foster the culture of innovation and start-up/entrepreneurial ecosystem in educational institutions.
The IICs' primary role is to engage a large number of faculty and staff in various innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities such as ideation, problem-solving, proof-of-concept development, design thinking, IPR, project handling and management at the pre-incubation/incubation stage, such that in HEIs, an ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship may be established and stabilised. The MIC envisioned the establishment of a network of IICs across a number of HEIs in order to encourage institutional innovation through a variety of mechanisms, resulting in an innovation-rich eco-system on these campuses.
Centre of Attention
- To establish a thriving local innovation environment.
- In HEIs, there is a mechanism to support start-ups and entrepreneurship.
- Prepare the institute for the Atal Institutional Ranking Framework for Innovation Achievements (ARIIA).
- Create a function ecosystem for idea scouting and pre-incubation.
- Improve the cognitive abilities of technology students.
- To carry out different innovation and entrepreneurship-related initiatives as directed by the Central MIC in a timely manner.
- To identify and reward inventions; and to disseminate success stories.
- Create a mentor pool for student innovators by holding regular workshops, seminars, and exchanges with entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals.
- Make connections with your peers and organisations that promote entrepreneurship at a national level.
- Create an institution's innovation portal to highlight creative projects undertaken by academician and students at the institution.
- Organize Hackathons, concept competitions, mini-challenges, and other events with industry participation.
Why HE/SHE should Join IICs Network?
The establishment of IIC will not necessitate a large financial expenditure because it will make advantage of the existing local ecology.
Students and faculty affiliated with the IIC will have an exclusive opportunity to engage in MHRD-sponsored innovation projects and competitions.
Meet/interact with illustrious legal luminaries and eminent academics.
Opportunity to cultivate and implement ideas that are focused on service.
Corporate and other legal experts serve as mentors.
Experimenting with new and cutting-edge technology.
Travel to new locations and immerse yourself in a new culture.
|S.NO.||Name of Member||Member Type (Teaching/ Non- teaching / External||Key Role/ Position assigned in IIC|
|1||Dr. Monika Rastogi||Teaching||President|
|3||Mr. Vipin Bhati||Teaching||Convener|
|4||Ms. Kaushiki Roy||Teaching||Innovation Activity Coordinator|
|5||Ms. Anuradha Garg||Teaching||Startup Activity Coordinator|
|6||Dr. Tanushree||Teaching||Social Media Coordinator|
|7||Mr. Shailesh Tripathi||Teaching||ARIIA Coordinator|
|8||Dr. Rama Rani||Teaching||NIRF Coordinator|
|9||Ms. Sweccha Sharma||External||IP Expert|
|10||Mr. Ved Prakash||External||Start-up/Alumni entrepreneur|
|11||Mr. Shailendra Kumar||External||Expert by nearby industry/industry Association/Ecosystem Enablers|
|12||Mr. Rajeev Kumar Tiwari||External||FI/Bank/Investor/Angel Investor/VC|
|13||Prof. S.K.Mahajan||External||Incubation Center|
|14||Dr. Munish Sharma||Teaching||Internship Activity Coordinator|
|15||Ms. Ishita Tyagi||External||IPR Activity Coordinator/Member|
|16||Ms Chenika Bhati||BALLB-7 th||Member|
|17||Mr. Rajnish Kumar||BALLB-7 th||Member|
|18||Mr. Ankit Singh||BALLB-7 th||Member|
|19||Ms. Upasna Mishra||BALLB-7 th||Member|
|20||Mr. Rohan Kumar||BALLB-7 th||Member|
|21||Mr Gaurav Varshney||BALLB-7 th||Member|
|21||Ms Simran Shukla||BALLB-7 th||Member|