Project Innovation Program, launched by FGSI is ambitious and systematic and aims to open young minds towards science and innovation. The program provides the needed assistance to students with original ideas and helps them come up with new models and products using improved processes.
The pilot program of this initiative has provided a useful platform for the young scientist by encouraging their creativity. By using the Project Innovation Program in an institute, students can go much beyond their routine and are not limited to fields of science and maths.
We at FGSI believe that one of the best ways to train enthusiastic young minds is to create. This can be done when we let the ideas flow in, and a few doable ideas are then selected, and guidance is provided to turn the idea into a project.
Project Innovation Program is strategically divided into a series of guidance sessions. The program provides overall supervision and also undertakes quality research and development based projects, right at the institute/ school.
FGSI does not choose the topic or the project. Instead, students along with their teachers choose the project, and the expert sessions along with the experiments happen as decided by them. The school or the institute can decide on the projects that are to be sent for competitions. Both students and teachers can discuss and take suggestions from subject experts.
The Project Innovation Program is held in 3 phases.
This phase starts with two interactive sessions that are held with students and teachers who are interested. They are then guided to come up with new ideas or possibilities. The interactive sessions are held with an aim to provide new direction to the students, help them with background research, and provide assistance with project designing and assist with the team formation.
Once the initial sessions are over, students are guided over the phone and internet, and the projects are presented before the expert group for recommendations.
The second phase of the Project Innovation Program includes the execution of the projects with the help of experiments and thorough review. During this stage, the focus is on
Our experts also visit the school twice in a month to guide students during experimentation. After every experiment, the data obtained is analyzed, and a written plan of the next set of experiments is given to the team. It can be assured that the quality of experiments matches international scientific standards. Our team also shares a progress report with the authorities every month.
The last stage is aimed at the student participation in various national and international competitions, seminars, science events and more. FGSI along with Milset India brings forth a number of opportunities for students in the form of science fairs happening in India and abroad. Complete support is provided by us at each level with report writing, answering possible questions, presentation, project filing, accommodation and more.
FGSI also provides support if the institution or the school chooses to mention their work in journals or newspapers. We also offer assistance with the marketing if the final product created as commercial value. The IPR remains the sole property of the student or the school unless they take help from FGSI to register the same and develop the patent. Schools can contact our experts to know more about the process.