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Methodology


  1. Identification of the communities, habitats and knowledge systems by way of survey, collection and documentation of the knowledge from primary and secondary sources.
  2. Research initiatives to locate and identify priority areas, developing the identified knowledge of the communities in a manner relevant to contemporary needs of the society with the help of participatory and laboratory based research.
  3. Creation and development of data-base in digitized form of the identified and documented indigenous knowledge and technology for further application of the traditional technology for wider usage.
  4. Empowering communities and the youth by way of short and long term modular, credit based skills training programmes with certification.
  5. Strengthening the Knowledge System with relevant value addition for use of the contemporary society.
  6. Production of academic curriculum and translating the material in regional/ local languages to support and augment wider knowledge dissemination across the nation and for global linkage.
  7. Formulation of schemes for Accreditation and Certification of the Prior Learning (ACPL) for various discipline of TKS.
  8. Communitisation of the training programmes which would not be habitat or region specific.
  9. Developing modules for the protection of traditional customary laws and institutions.
  10. Sensitising the indigenous/local communities of Intellectual Property Right, patenting laws and geographic indications of their respective IKT.