DAIC and DICCI Signed MoU to Empower SC and ST Communities (Download PDF)

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A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Dr. Ambedkar International Centre (DAIC), Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DICCI) in June 2019.

The main agenda behind signing this MoU is to empower SC and ST communities. The empowerment strategy includes research on Dalit entrepreneurship, empowerment, skill development capacity building among SC/ST women and youth along with the impact of different schemes of the Government on socio-economic conditions of SC and ST and other similar subjects.

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DAIC & DICCI Collaboration Overview

  • Both DAIC and DICCI are focussed towards making collaborative efforts in the fields of research and training.

  • For creating a knowledge platform to be used to facilitate scholars, researchers and policy makers.

  • Mutual Exchange of academic materials and publications.

  • For promoting curriculum development both will conduct lecture programmes, seminars, symposiums, and other types of academic discussions.

  • This includes conducting lecture programmes, seminars, symposiums.

  • Conducting joint consultancy work.

  • Prepare the ground for induction of technological know-how of the industry and administration in academia for better research and policy feeds.

  • Prepare a common ground for the industries, institutions, universities, organizations, ministries, research centres and agencies for sponsoring/awarding projects to DAIC and DICCI for activities related to academic and policy research and policy advocacy and capacity building for start-ups and entrepreneurship.

  • The rights on intellectual property and knowledge products created through collaborative efforts shall belong to both DAIC and DICCI.

  • Free production of cost mutual access to facilitate the availability at their campus for purpose of fundamental academic research is one of the main goals.

  • Participation in experience-sharing and institution-building activities.

  • Organize regular capacity building programmes in the form of national-level learning activities. This may, for example, include learning and support services for specialized projects and activities of Indian administration system.

  • Training for Indian academics, officers and professionals, especially in the areas of training and learning methodologies, research and policy analysis, administration, social justice and social and financial inclusion.

  • Emerging skill development and employment relations themes are also under the research collaboration programme.

  • For workers and adult learners, innovative learning platform development along with education programmes thereby emphasing on low residency and learning at distance are also under the mutual partnership programme.

Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DICCI)

  • Founded – 2005

  • Headquarter – Pune

  • Vision - ‘Developing Business Leadership’

    To instill the spirit of entrepreneurship among Dalit youth to develop business leadership, thus empowering them to walk in step with the world.

  • Mission - ‘Be job givers - Not job seekers’

    Mission is to encourage Dalit entrepreneurs and support them in their ventures.

  • Aim - ‘Fight Caste with Capital’

    • Business Trade Fairs.

    • Seminars & Workshops.

    • Interaction with Industry and Government.

    • Share the Information on latest trends & opportunities

- Published/Last Modified on: September 6, 2019

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