Achievements

List of CSIR Techonology Awards 2020

Ch. Raji Reddy, P. Nagender, Prathama S. Mainkar, S. Chandrasekhar of CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemicals Technology, Hyderabad For their outstanding contributions to the affordable healthcare, by developing a novel and cost-effective process for the synthesis of FAVIPIRAVIR to combat COVID-19.

Rakesh Kumar, Atya Kapley, Ritesh Vijay, Hemant Bherwani, Rita Dhodapkar, Tuhin Banerjee, Saisaurabh Asoria of CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur For Restoration of Nallah with Ecological units (RENEU) – It is in situ low-cost wastewater treatment technology developed by CSIR-NEERI as an alternative sewage management of domestic wastewater.

Manis Kumar Jha, Jhumki Hait, Ranjeet Kumar Singh, Pankaj Kumar Choubey and Archana Kumari of CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur For developing indigenous technology to extract cobalt and gold from the black cathode material of Li-Co batteries and the gold-coated surface of e-waste. It is the first indigenous technology for recycling of Co, Au and for recovery of Mn, Cu, Ni, Li, graphite as a by-product.

J.Raghava Rao, B.U Nair, K.J. Sreeram, R. Aravindhan, M. Sathish of CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute, For developing Zero Formaldehyde High-Performance Chromium – Melamine Synthetic Tanning Agent for Greener Leather Manufacturing

Yoosaf Karuvath, Kaustabh Kumar Maiti, Narayanan Unni, Elizabeth Jacob, Robert Philip, Ajay Agarwal, Rishi Sharma of CSIR-National Institute of Interdisciplinary Science and Technology and CSIR-Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute For developing a low-cost multipurpose handheld Raman spectrometer for automated analytical and diagnostic application, particularly for testing of food and
pharmaceutical adulteration.

Ramesh Sundaram, Ramesh Kumar M, Ravi Kumar P, Kotresh M Gaddikeri, Byji Varughese and J S Mathur of CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratories, Bengaluru, For Successful Commercialization of Composite Technology Towards Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) – Tejas IOC series Production.

Vinod Karar, Prabhulla Chandran, Divya Agrawal, Surender Singh Saini, Harry Garg, Shravana Kumar R.R., Amit Lochan Sharma, Mukesh Kumar, Sanjay Sharma, Prabhat Kumar Baghel, Vipan Kumar, Sandeep Singhai of CSIR-Central Scientific Instrument Organisation , Chandigarh for developing Head-Up Display Variants and Associated Test Equipment for Multiple Aircraft Platforms in association with Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), Bengaluru and Bharat Electronics Limited,Panchkula. The developed
Head Up Display variants operates in multiple operational modes while providing vital flight information to pilot in real-time via interface with Mission Computer and Up-Front Control Panel.

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