The Research Council has established a new programme to facilitate Indian-Norwegian Cooperation. The INDNOR-programme will be realised through thematic research programmes. At start-up there is a generic call (INDNOR) and a joint call with the dep. of Science and Technology in India (JOINTINDNOR).
Norwegian R&D institutions, in all areas, can now apply for travel support and coverage of conference participation costs for female researchers from the South.
The Research Council received 46 applications to the NORGLOBAL/INDNOR call. The applications have been assessed by three expert panels and additional individual experts. The Norglobal programme board was given the mandate to make the final decision on these applications.
NOK 40 million is now available for strengthening the Indo-Norwegian research cooperation within the areas of social and human sciences.
The first annual report from the INDNOR programme is now ready in English and can be downloaded from the attachments column on the right.
NORKLIMA, the climate programme of The Research Council of Norway, will distribute 18 million NoK of the India programme (INDNOR) funds to research projects.
An Expert Advisory Group for the INDNOR programme was recently appointed for the period: 01.12.2010-31.12.2014. The group will be chaired by the administration in the Society and Health Division.
Allocations have been made in the Indo-Nowegian S&T Cooperation programme (JOINTINDNOR).
On the 9th of December the Research Board of the Division of Strategic Priorities approved an extra allocation of 6 million for INDNOR pre projects. The Chair of the Board has approved funding of 8 new projects.
The Department of Science and Technology in India and The Research Council of Norway are in dialogue regarding the 11 research projects that have applied for funding in the JOINT INDNOR call.
The allocations relating to the first general INDNOR call have now been decided and have been approved by the Chair of the Research Board for the Division for Strategic Priorities