BARC offers technologies to MSMEs under AKRUTI Scheme
New Delhi, 15 Sept (KNN) India’s premier R&D institution Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) has developed a range of technologies suitable for deployment by Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
The technology spinoffs in BARC are being offered under Advanced Knowledge and Rural Technology Implementation (AKRUTI) scheme.
The technologies on offer include Domestic Water Purifier, Nano-composite Ultrafiltration Membrane Device for domestic drinking water purification
Process for enhancing shelf life of Litchi; Tissue culture technologies for turmeric & banana;
Micro fine Neem Biopesticide; Instant Fish Soup Powder, Nisargruna Biogas Plant based on biodegradable waste (1TPD); Rapid composting technology for decomposition of Dry Leaves, Kitchen waste and Temple waste; Solar Energy driven Portable Domestic Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Technology; Soil Organic Carbon Detection & Testing Kit; Solar Dryer/ Foldable Solar Dryer among others.
BARC is licensing these technologies for a moderate fee Rs. 1250 to Rs 25000. Women Entrepreneurs (WEs) are further encouraged by providing additional 10% concession on ATP license fee with other conditions remaining same.
Under the AKRUTI Tech Plus (ATP) is made of optional fifteen technologies and three consultancy services.
Details of technologies and application process is available at: http://www.barc.gov.in/akruti-tp/index.html