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Implementation partners for technology dissemination
The interventions in small and micro enterprises had provided TERI opportunities to work with various
stakeholders in different regions of the country. This has led to the formation of a large informal network with partners having a common interest in the widespread dissemination of the developed technologies. The implementation partners of TERI presently in the project are listed below:
Industry associations IIF (Institute of Indian Foundrymen), IFA (Indian Foundry Association),
Glass Industry Syndicate and INP (Int Nirmata Parishad)
Grass-roots NGOs: PEPUS (Paryavaran Evam Prodyogiki Utthan Samiti), Lokmitra, IMSE (Institute
for Motivating Self Employment), Vikas Sansthan and Outreach
Academic institutions: SDM College of Engineering and Technology, and BVB College of
Engineering and Technology

Sectoral experts, local consultants, and resource persons
International consultant Sorane SA (Switzerland)

Policy level dialogue partners
For creating an enabling policy environment, CoSMiLE provides a platform for interaction between
industry, government, and other stakeholders. An indicative list of such dialogue partners is given below.
Ministries at the national level e.g. Ministry of Environment and Forests, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Ministry of Small Scale Industries, and Ministry of Science & Technology
Other central and state government departments and local bodies
Central Pollution Control Board and various state pollution control boards e.g. West Bengal Pollution Control Board and Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
Multilateral/ bilateral development agencies and nationalized banks e.g. United Nations Development Program, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, Small Industries Development Bank of India and State Bank of India
NGOs e.g. Development Alternatives, Gram Vikas

Academic and research institutions