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India: Healthcare Measures India Launches Covid-19 Task Force for Identifying Potential Solutions

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

India’s Department of Science and Technology has set up the Task Force with an aim to upscale relevant Covid-19 technologies in the country and look for new developing solutions to fight the pandemic. It will also fund nearly market-ready solutions in the area of diagnostics, testing, health care delivery solutions, and equipment supplies.

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The Covid-19 Task Force will identify the most promising startups that are close to scale up and will assist them financially or with any other help which they may require to rapidly scale up.
The Covid-19 Task Force will identify the most promising startups that are close to scale up and will assist them financially or with any other help which they may require to rapidly scale up.
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New Delhi – Under India’s Ministry of Science & Technology, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) is coordinating an effort to upscale appropriate technologies and manufacturing available in the country for addressing a plethora of issues related to Covid-19. It is also scouting for new and developing solutions that are more relevant to the country in order to prepare the country for exigencies arising out of the pandemic.

DST has set up a Covid-19 Task force for mapping of technologies from R&D labs, academic institutions, startups, and MSMEs. It will also fund nearly market-ready solutions in the area of diagnostics, testing, health care delivery solutions, and equipment supplies. Some of these solutions include masks and other protective gear, sanitisers, affordable kits for screening, ventilators and oxygenators, data analytics for tracking, monitoring, and controlling the spread of outbreak through AI and IOT based solutions, to name a few.

The capacity mapping group consists of representatives from DST, Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR), Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Atal Innovation Mission (Aim), Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Startup India and All India Council for Technical Education (Aicte). The Task Force will identify the most promising startups that are close to scale up and will assist them financially or with any other help which they may require to rapidly scale up.

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Nodal officers of concerned Ministries and Departments have been requested to personally expedite the process of obtaining information on startups and other entities supported by them that have technology solutions for any important aspect of Covid-19.

As part of the mechanisms being used for rapid development, manufacturing, and deployment of relevant technology options, DST has already invited two separate sets of proposals, one each under Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB) and Technology Development Board (TDB), to support scientific solutions and commercial manufacturing of both new and existing solutions.

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