Location
NAAS Scoring
Particulars of organisation, functions and duties
Frontier Sciences
Powers and duties of officers and employees
Guidelines for Selection of Associates
Procedure followed in the decision making process
Strategy Workshop on Transformation of Indian Agriculture and Improving Farmers Welfare
Norms set for the discharge of functions
23rd AGM & Foundation Day Programme 2016
Guidelines for Award of Institutional Membership
23rd Annual General Body meeting
Category of documents that are held or under control
Scientific Presentations by newly elected Fellows
Science Congresses
Consultations
Induction of newly elected Fellows
Statement of the Boards, Councils, and other bodies
Induction of newly selected Associates
Directory of officers and employees
Presentation of Membership Certificates to new Institutional Members
Monthly remuneration received by officers and employees
Strategy Workshop - Towards Achieving Self-sufficiency of Pulses in India
Budget allocation
Guidelines for Award of Corporate Fellowship/Membership
Names, designations and other particulars of Public Information Officers
Rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held or under control or used by employees for discharging functions
Such other information as may be prescribed
Guiding Principles for Evaluation of Nominations for Fellowship of the Academy
Guiding Principles for Evaluation of Nominations for Associateship
Guidelines for Sponsoring Scientific Programmes Organized by Other Orgnaizations
TA/DA Rules of the Academy
Guidelines for organizing Brainstorming sessions
Guidelines for Academy Medals and Awards
In support of GM Crop technology
Pulses push to meet the nutritional requirements of our population

Scientific / Technical

1. The Convener may prepare a background paper and submit it to the NAAS Secretariat for circulation / putting up on the website of the Academy, inviting comments / suggestions of the Fellows/Associates.

2. The brainstorming must then internalize these inputs in framing a document with focus on content and outcome.

3. (a) The Convener(s) will submit a two page Executive Summary of the BSS within 7 days for inclusion in the NAAS News.

(b) He/she shall prepare the draft Policy Paper and submit it to the Academy invariably within a maximum period of one month. A few key issues may be flagged at the end for drawing the attention of the policy planners.

4. A list of the stakeholders to whom the Policy Paper would be useful and required to be sent by the Academy shall be enclosed alongwith the Policy Paper.

5. The output of all the Brainstorming Sessions may be published in to Policy Papers / Status and Strategy Paper / Synthesis Papers / Research Notes / Recommendations Papers depending upon the contents of each write-up.

 

Administrative

5. The maximum number of participants may not exceed 30.

6. The final list of the participants shall be approved by the President.

7. The Brainstorming Session shall be for one day duration only.

8. The Brainstorming Sessions, if necessary, may also be organized outside NAAS Secretariat as per the convenience of the Convener.

9. There shall not be any poster session.

10. The President and in his/her absence, any other Office Bearer of the Academy shall chair the session.

 

Financial

11. Total budget to be provided by the Academy for organising the BSS may not ordinarily exceed Rs. 1.00 lakh of which not more than 50% would be used on TA/DA.

12. Preference may be given to the participants who are generally self-supporting, however, taking due care of the conflict of interest.

13. For those invitees not having any travel assistance the Academy shall provide financial support for their participation.

14. Travel support for air journey(s) shall be limited to the lowest economy class fare, as applicable, (Apex fare/discounted fare/senior citizen discounted fare) of any Airlines. The participants are expected to arrange their tickets soon after the invitation. They can also avail the Secretariat’s help, if needed.

15. For journey(s) by rail, actual expenditure shall be limited to AC II Tier.

16. Expenditure on road journey between places connected by rail shall be limited to AC II Tier fare.