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Innovation

- Growth Engine for Nation -
Nice Buzzword but Often Misunderstood

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Dr. V Kumar, KIOT, Salem.

It is a

19 Maj Gen (Dr.) S. C. Jain, VSM, Director, Army Institute of Management, Kolkata, We salute your love for the humanity and love for our country. Our gratitude and thanks for your great magnanimity in sharing your precious soft copy of the book - it is rare and the same shows your true love for education and innovation
20 Yashawant P Bhalerao, Department of Chemical Engineering, Shroff S R Rotary Institute of Chemical Technology, Ankleswar, Gujarat I really appreciate the efforts and hard work done by you.
21

Prof. D. P. Sharma
MCSTA (USA), Fellow IETE (India), MIARCS (TIFR), MIACSIT (Singapore)

I am indebted to you by reading this book. Really it worth praise (both for this book which is an innovation in itself, and for the noble movement taken up by you).
22 Prof. Harshad B. Prajapati, Associate Professor, Information Technology Department, Faculty of Technology, Dharmsinh Desai University, Nadiad, Gujarat, Its a good work on innovation with focus on broad perspectives. I see its usability to students, to academicians, to industrial practitioners, and to everybody who needs or wants innovation in their endeavors.
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Dr. Y A Kawade,
Director MIT, Aurangabad.

Really impressed by the contribution you have made for the cause of innovation. We expect many more such additions.
24 Dr. Arvind Kulkarni, HoD, Civil Engineering Department, Project Officer TEQIP Phase II, Sri Jayachamarajendra college of Engineering, Mysore Your effort is laudable & worth & rare to see
25 Dr. K. S. Chari, Ex-Scientist, MCIT, GOI, New Delhi It';s a nice compilation bringing together various facets of developments in the title area; and could serve as good referral source.
26 Dr. Satya P. Gupta, FNASc, Ex-Professor BITS, Pilani, Ex-Distinguished Professor MIET Meerut, Professor (NITTTR) Bhopal It is really painstaking job. I am very much impressed with your "Innovation".
27 Dr. S. S. Thipse, Deputy Director, Power Train Engineering, The Automotive Research Association of India, Pune I am sure this new book of yours will benefit the research community as whole. I found the case studies really inspiring.
28 Dr. Tarun Bikash Sukai, Assam (Central) University Silchar Thanks a ton for sending me a copy of this master piece!
29 Dr. Kirti Dixit, Vice ChancellorGondvana University, Gadchiroli You deserve compliments for the innovative way making your contributions in acedemics. It not only require practice but in Indian words "junun".
30 Dr. P. K. Panda, Chief Scientist, Professor, AcSIR, Group Leader, Ceramics and Functional Materials Group, CSIR-NAL, Bengaluru This e-book is a nice collections of examples of Innovations, innovative ideas. It has got valuable presentation materials on systematic approach to carry out innovations. It will be very useful for people who are already dreaming to be different and others to dream as well.
31 Ganesh Hiregoudar, Senior Manager at EMC, Former Senior Manager Cognizant Technology Solutions, Bengaluru Thanks for sharing this book, very insightful and appreciate your efforts.
32 Dr. Pankaj Srivastava, ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management (ABV-IIITM), Gwalior Very many thanks for sending me the e-book on Innovations. It is really very fantastic…
33 Dr. M V Pitke, Life Fellow IEEE Congratulations on the excellent work that you are doing. I very much appreciate your contributions.
34 Pranshu Dubey, Chairman and Managing Director, Infallible Technologies Private Limited, Banglore I have read parts of the book and found it to be interesting having an altogether different perspective on Innovation. Kudos for that.
35

Dr. Umer Asgher, National University of sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan

Thank you for your email and i must congratulate you on a well written and excellent content book on INNOVATION , its really amazing and i hope its a big contribution to the science and technology
36 Srikanta Patnaik, Department of Electrical Engineering, University College of Engineering, Burla Congratulation for authoring a very good on Innovation. I have gone through your book and found it interesting. In fact Open Innovation is one of the area, where India can and shall excel.
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Dr. Muthukumar .Subramanyam, B.E, M.S, M.E, MTech, MBA, PhD, Prof /CSE, DGCT, ANNA University, Tamilnadu, India. (Former Registrar (i/c), NIT Puducherry, Puducherry, India)

We applause the efforts taken and delivered an wonderful information in the book form. On-behalf of our nation i salute you sir.
38 R.K. Singh, Director/Vice Chancellor, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (Deemed University), Izatnagar-243 122, India Its wonderful book… Lots of hard work which will benefit hundreds of readers.
39 V Salai Selvam, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Sriram Engineering College (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai), Tamil Nadu It is an outstanding contribution to the world of science.
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Dr. Tenneti Madhu, Principal (& Professor, Dept. of ECE)
Swarnandhra Institute of Engineering & Technology, Narsapur

With reverence for your commitment and sincerity in giving your best to the Education field is commendable.
41

Valentina E. Balas
Prof. Valentina Emilia Balas, Ph.D., „Aurel Vlaicu” University of  Arad Faculty of Engineering
Department of Automation and Applied Informatics, IEEE Senior Member, 77 B-dul Revolutiei, 310130 Arad, Romania

It is a wonderful book very well written.
I will send to my friends too.

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Prof. Dr. Gaafar Mohamed Abdel-Rasoul, Member in Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), Professor of Occupational, Environmental and Community Medicine Faculty of Medicine, Menoufia University, Shebin El-Kom, Egypt

Thank you and best wishes.

43

Ajay Sahu, ANZ, Melbourne, Australia

Wish you all the best for your new book!
44 Dr. J M Paliwal, Dean Training & Placement - Raisoni Group of Institutions Some or the other way people like you had been inspiration to the society.
45 Dr. S M Shiyekar, Ph.D. (IIT Mumbai), Department of Civil Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune We will wait for your next book like this.
46

Dr. Riyaz A. Sheikh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, MIS Department, College of Business Administration, Jazan University, Jazan (KSA), Saudi Arabia

Congratulations to you for your new book and thank you very much for sharing it to me. I';would certainly circulate it with my colleague.
47

Tarun Soni, Managing Director
Novel Innovative Concepts Interactive Pvt. Ltd., Malad West, Mumbai - 400064

First of all let me congratulate you for writing this book and Thank you for remembering and sending me the same.
48

Dr. RAJESH Narayana Perumal
Center for Crystal Growth
Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering, Kalavakkam

…it is really a wonderful work…
49 Sarath Munasinghe Thank you very much for sending this valuable piece of reading.
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Praveen Jadhav, Head - Sales
Cronos Consulting India Pvt. Ltd., a Cronos Group company, Germany, (formerly AES Solutions Pvt. Ltd.), Hosur Road, Bangalore, Karnataka. UAE office : Emirates Tower, Level 41, Sheik Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE, Corporate Head Office: Mnster, Germany

Congratulations on the excellent work that you are doing and much appreciated contributions. Surely will circulate in my network and forward to concern and be a part of your work.
51

Prof. Saikumar M. L., Dean Academics
IPE, Osmania University,]
Hyderabad

Hats off to your patience and your energy.


About the Book

On one side, the world is appreciating India’s spectacular growth in Space, Nuclear and Missile Technologies and many more fields. On other side, India slipped 10 ranks (76th position) in Global Innovation Index 2014. The Innovation is the Growth Engine for the Nation. The rate of Innovation depends upon National Innovation Ecosystem. Thus Innovation Ecosystem decides the rate of growth of economy of the nation. It is way to become developed nation. The nation can’t afford to neglect this vital issue.


What is wrong with system? What is the reality? Where is the actual problem? We need to analyze the Bigger Picture “The Innovation Ecosystem”, in which the University is just one of the players. In the series of 5 books on World Class Universities, I could focus only on one player but that is not sufficient to enhance the entire economy of the nation. In fact, the World Class University (WCU) Model must be tuned according to Innovation Ecosystem of the Nation. The Bigger Picture decides the role of each player with respect to the national framework. If we understand this phenomenon then it is very easy to find out root causes and remedies of many national issues. This is the reason, I have included this book in the series of books on world class universities. But remember that, here focus is not simply on university. I would like to cover Bigger Picture, which is based on concept of Innovation.


In most simplified way, this book explains the Inner Dynamics of the concept of Innovation from A to Z.  I would like to answer many vital questions like: How to improve this situation? How to introduce the culture of Innovation in India? What are the root causes of poor Innovation Ecosystem in India? What is the importance of Innovation Clusters? What are the best practices all over the world? How to introduce innovation in industry and R&D labs? How to introduce innovation in Academia? How to enhance employability through Innovation Competencies? I have quoted hundreds of carefully selected small case studies to justify the stand.


I have divided the book in to 4 parts. The 1st part covers the various concepts related to Innovation and related case studies. In the initial 3 chapters, I have introduced almost every element mentioned in above diagram. These concepts are essential to understand the rest of the book.


The 2nd part is dedicated for “How to inject innovation in to any organization?”  The 4th chapter gives broad idea for developing Innovation Culture in any organization. In chapter 5, I have tried to highlight the difference between Research and Innovation. The chapter 6 highlights the role of university with respect to innovation. In chapter 7, various techniques for enhancing Innovation Competencies have been discussed. The way to introduce the innovation in to University environment has been discussed in chapter 8.


In the 3rd part, I have highlighted the status of Innovation in India. I have also tried to present the detailed analysis of our National Innovation Ecosystem along with vital components. In chapter 15, I have explained the Frugal Innovation, which is secret weapon of Emerging Markets.


In 4th part of this book, I have discussed the complex issues like GDP, Stages of Economy, Approaches of Developed Nations, Role of WCU, National Policies and International Scenario. In chapter 16, I have discussed the relationship between developed nation and WCU along with Innovation. In chapters 17, 18, and 19, I have discussed the Innovation Ecosystem of South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, USA, China, Israel, Hong Kong and Singapore, which gives the clues to develop strong Innovation ecosystem suitable to Indian culture and environment.


I would like to ignite human brain for innovation through this venture. I am sure once you read the few pages of this book, you will be in love with this book. It’s for everybody;

  • From industry to academia;
  • From government authorities to office staff;
  • From parents to students;
  • From faculty of medicine or engineering to faculty of Arts;
  • From Stock Exchange to Venture Capital funding agencies;
  • From Defense to Pharmaceutical business;
  • From small scale businessman to corporate house.


I have written this book in such way that everybody should be benefited and start thinking creatively.

Jai Hind.


Dr. Rajiv Dharaskar
Ph.D. (Computer Engineering)
Director MPGI Group of Institutes Integrated Campus
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Series of Books on World Class Universities and Innovation



Funding Techniques of World Renowned Universities (ISBN Number: 978-93-5110-308-0, 204 pages, 251 References)



Strategy to Develop World Class University (ISBN Number: 978-93-5110-228-1, 500 pages, 444 References)



Technology-Storms Redefining World Class Universities (ISBN Number: 978-93-5110-308-0, 412 pages, 523 References)



113 Difficulties in Developing World Class Universities (ISBN Number: 978-93-5110-470-4, 319 pages, 345 References)



Washinton Accord & Multi-Objective Integrated Model for Developing WCU (ISBN Number: 978-93-5110-742-2, 327 pages, 417 References)

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