The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is India's largest research and development institute on science and technology. The 'Council of Scientific and Industrial Research' (CSIR) was established in the year 1942. It has 39 laboratories and 50 field stations spread across India. More than seventeen thousand
Employees work. Although it is financed by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, it is still an autonomous body. It is registered under the Indian Society Registration Section 1860. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research is a multi-locational network of national laboratories / institutes whose mandate is to initiate research and development projects with emphasis on applied research and utilization of its results in various fields of science and technology. There are currently 39 research institutes including five regional research laboratories.
Its main objectives are:
Converting / developing Nistads' technical knowledge into usable and IP products and providing services to customers.
Packing with cost and price for commercialization of IP products.
To create a consultative platform for socio-economic change in science, technology and renewal / activities so that CSIR- in Interdisciplinary Science and Technology and Society (STS) studies
Products and services can be provided to customers based on the ability of NISTADS. Interdisciplinary Science and Technology and Society (STSR studies require the following to provide products and services to customers based on the capability of CSIR-NISTADS
(i) Evaluation and planning of science and technology application
(ii) Socio-economic studies of science and technology.
(fi) Science and Technology Socio Economic Studies
(iv) Renovation and research of discovered frontiers of science and technology
(v) Analysis of lifestyle
(vi) analysis of scalability
Market detection through initial testing of products to provide products and services to customers based on the capability of CSIR-NISTADS in Interdisciplinary Science and Technology and Society (STS) studies.
The main objective of this council is to make such scientific industrial research and development available so that the people of India are given maximum economic,
There are environmental and social benefits. "