Research, Innovation, Incubation & IPR Cell
“No research without action, no action without research”
– Kurt Lewin (1890-1947)
German-American social psychologist
Research is an essential component of the teaching-learning process and is widely regarded as the foundation of education. It enables educators to identify and capitalize on opportunities for collaboration, knowledge sharing, innovative practices, and skill development. Understanding the significance of research in education, Shree L.R Tiwari Degree College has established its Research & Development Cell, which serves as a platform for faculty members and students from various disciplines to exchange their expertise and enhance their research capabilities.
Our approach involves integrating research into academics and fostering valuable partnerships with leading institutes and universities that are at the forefront of groundbreaking technologies and advancements. By intertwining research and academic pursuits, we aim to provide every member of our institution with the most up-to-date skills and knowledge in their respective fields of interest. This collaborative environment not only enriches the research experiences of our faculty and students but also enables them to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and the development of innovative practices in their areas of expertise.
|Research, Innovation, Incubation & IPR Cell|
|1||Dr. Sanjay G.Mishra||Chairperson|
|2||Dr. Vaishali Kothiya||Dean|
|3||Asst. Prof.Jinal Mehta||Convenor|
|4||Dr. Nusrat Choudhary||MEMBER|
|5.||Asst. Prof.Kishore Saha||MEMBER|
|6.||Asst. Prof.Roma Ahuja||MEMBER|
|7.||Asst. Prof.Mamata Hati||MEMBER|
|8.||Asst. Prof.Mamata Hati||MEMBER|
|9.||Asst. Prof.Nitisha Bhandari||MEMBER|
|10.||Asst. Prof.Jayprakash Gupta||MEMBER|
|11.||Mr. Yogendra Singh (Lab Assistant)||MEMBER(Tecnician)|
Research standard operating procedures
Responsiblility of the coordinator research, innovation, incubation, & IPR cell
Documents Maintained by the research, innovation, incubation, & IPR cell
Shree L.R. Tiwari Degree College of Arts, Commerce, and Science has established a dedicated Research and Development & Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Cell with the purpose of cultivating a research-oriented environment and promoting research-based teaching and learning practices within the institution.
The primary objective of the cell is to facilitate seamless research operations for the SLRTDC research community and enable them to effectively showcase their findings through various platforms. The college places great importance on equipping its students with technological competence, and both students and faculty members actively engage in diverse research activities. These activities encompass book publications, patent filings, participation in project competitions and idea contests, as well as the organization of conferences, workshops, and seminars on cutting-edge scientific and technological areas.
To further enhance the research framework, the college actively collaborates with industries, aiming to foster stronger research partnerships and drive improved research outcomes. The aspiration is to become a frontrunner in academic research and development.
Additionally, the Research, Innovation, Incubation & IPR Cell strives to instill an entrepreneurial mindset in students and ignite their passion for innovation. It offers training opportunities for students interested in pursuing entrepreneurship as a profession. Through these initiatives, the cell aims to establish a fully functional ecosystem that supports and nurtures entrepreneurship and innovation within the college.