Статья 13. Настоящее Соглашение вступает в силу с момента его подписания и будет действовать до тех пор, пока одна из двух Академий не уведомит другую Академию о своем намерении прервать действие Соглашения или заново обсудить его условия. В этом случае Соглашение теряет силу через 6 месяцев после уведомления. Все поправки к настоящему Соглашению должны быть согласованы двумя Академиями.

Для оценки хода научного сотрудничества и обсуждения вопросов реализации настоящего Соглашения Академии будут обмениваться корреспонденцией и организовывать, в случае необходимости, встречи своих представителей.
Совершено в Москве 12 ноября 2003 г. в двух экземплярах, каждый на русском и английском языках, причем оба текста имеют одинаковую силу.
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Приложение 3
УСЛОВИЯ
ВЗАИМНОГО ОБМЕНА СПЕЦИАЛИСТАМИ МЕЖДУ РОССИЙСКОЙ
АКАДЕМИЕЙ НАУК И ИНДИЙСКОЙ НАЦИОНАЛЬНОЙ АКАДЕМИЕЙ НАУК
(Москва, 12 ноября 2003 года)
Академии будут обеспечивать прием ученых, командируемых в соответствии со статьей 6 настоящего Соглашения, на следующих условиях:
Размещение.
На время визита принимающая Академия размещает прибывающего зарубежного ученого в гостиничном номере с ванной либо душем и покрывает все связанные с этим расходы.
Оплата питания.
Командируемый ученый получает от принимающей Академии суточные, размер которых определяется действующими в этой Академии правилами (финансовыми нормами). На момент подписания настоящего Соглашения размер суточных составляет:
в России - 470 рублей в день при краткосрочных визитах (продолжительностью до 3 недель),
- 300 рублей в день при долгосрочных визитах (продолжительностью от 3 до 6 недель);
в Индии - 400 рупий в день.
Принимающая Академия выдает зарубежному ученому суточные сразу по его прибытии для оплаты питания и покрытия прочих расходов.
Академии будут информировать друг друга о всех изменениях размера суточных.
Оплата транспортных расходов.
Направляющая Академия полностью несет расходы по оплате проезда командируемых ученых из страны в страну, а также внутри страны пребывания, в соответствии с согласованными программами их визитов.
Принимающая Академия обеспечивает прибывающих зарубежных ученых транспортным обслуживанием при встрече и проводах.
Подписано в Москве 12 ноября 2003 г.
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AGREEMENT
ON SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION AND SCIENTIFIC
EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
AND THE INDIAN NATIONAL SCIENCE ACADEMY
(Moscow, 12.XI.2003)
The Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and the Indian National Science Academy (INSA), hereinafter referred to as the Academies, pursuant to the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between them signed on March 30, 1996 and:
- desiring to strengthen and develop their scientific cooperation,
- wishing to promote direct liaison between individual scientists, laboratories and institutes,
- taking into account the aims, principles and provisions of the Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of India on Scientific and Technological Cooperation of June 30, 1994 and the Joint Document on Development of Trade, Economic, Industrial, Financial, Scientific and Technological Cooperation of December 21, 1998, have agreed on the following for consolidating scientific cooperation between them.
Article 1
The Academies will, within the framework of their responsibilities and in accordance with their priorities and financial allocations, support cooperation between scientists and scientific institutions of both the countries in all recognized branches of fundamental research in science and technology with special emphasis on specifically chosen areas without precluding direct forms of scientific cooperation and individual research activities.
Article 2
The Academies will promote scientific cooperation through the following means:
1. The exchange of scientific information and publications and other scientific materials;
2. The exchange of scientists for research visits and for facilitating the exchange of scientific knowledge;
3. The support of bilateral workshops and symposia in some frontier areas covered in the programme of cooperation.
Article 3
Both Academies will encourage direct contacts and collaboration between research teams in the two countries. Visits intended to negotiate joint projects shall be funded by the Academies under the provisions of this Agreement.
Direct inter-institutional agreements may extend the scope of cooperation between the scientists of the two countries. Such agreements will be negotiated and signed by the representatives of the institutions and laboratories concerned. The funding of the inter-institutional agreements shall be the responsibility of the institutions involved.
Article 4
The mutually agreed areas of scientific cooperation, as well as the Indian and the Russian institutions involved in the cooperation are listed in Annex 1 to the Agreement.
The Academies will appoint coordinators on each side in each area to coordinate the scientific activity and to bring together scientists from cooperating institutions for scientific collaboration in the form of joint projects.
Article 5
Mediation of contacts by the Academies will be open to scientists from all Indian research institutions, including those of higher education, and research institutions of Russian Academy of Sciences.
Article 6
Under this bilateral Agreement the Academies will implement the exchange of scientists through visits: of up to six weeks duration with a view to visit laboratories in the host country, to carry out joint research, to explore new areas for joint research projects, to review the ongoing programme, to establish contacts and to attend seminars/symposia.
Joint workshops/Symposia will be held alternatively in India and Russia in the areas chosen for cooperation or any other area in which scientists from both the countries have significant interest to promote future cooperation. The organisation of a joint workshop/symposium should have the approval of both the INSA and the RAS. The Academies will appoint a coorganiser on each side to prepare the details of the workshop.
Article 7
The Academies will mutually provide up to 30 man months annually for visits and joint workshops/symposia mentioned in Article 6.
Article 8
It is expected that the candidates selected by each Academy will have established prior contacts with scientists in the host institutions and have agreed upon a specific activity or research project to be undertaken, as well as suitable dates and duration for the visit in the partner country. Programme of the visit should be presented to the host Academy for the approval.
While nominating scientists the Academies will send essential information regarding the nominees preferably 3 months prior to the commencement of the visit; an Application Form (Proposal) is given in Annex 2.
The host Academy will notify the nominating (sending) Academy of the acceptance of the assignment and the proposed programme of the visit not later than 2 months after receiving the nomination.
The sending Academy will communicate the arrival details to the host Academy not later than 7 days before the commencement of the visit. The Departments of International Relation of the INSA and the RAS will act as the offices for liaison and communication purposes.
Article 9
The sending Academy shall meet the total costs of its scientists" travel from one country to the other and within the host country, whereas the host Academy will meet its guests" accommodation and living costs in connection with the approved programmes of their visits.
According to the financial terms specified in Annex 3 to the Agreement, the host Academy will provide the visiting scientists a suitable subsistence allowance for meeting daily expenditure on meals and incidental expenses. This should be paid to the scientists in advance on arrival. The financial terms stipulated in Annex 3 shall be strictly followed by the Academies.
In case a scientist on a study tour attends a conference or a symposium, the registration fee will be paid by the sending Academy. As far as possible the host Academy should be informed about this conference or symposium participation when the visit is planned.
If a scientist is accompanied by his/her spouse, the expenses on board and lodging of the spouse shall be met by the scientist himself. The host Academy may assist in arranging suitable accommodation.
Article 10
The visiting researchers should take out medical insurance prior to departure as the host Academy will not be responsible for any of medical costs incurred whatsoever, however, the host Academy will ensure that particular attention is paid to the conditions under which, in the event of an accident, medical assistance or hospitalization are dispensed to personnel exchanged in the context of this Agreement.
Article 11
Results and information derived from an activity under this Agreement shall be made available through normal scientific procedures. Intellectual property created on the basis of this Agreement shall be considered joint property of the cooperating institutions as stipulated by the inter-institution agreements, and protected in compliance with the international laws and the regulations of each country. If the results of joint research should be patented, the cooperating Indian and Russian institutions shall conclude a separate agreement to obtain legal protection for the invention in the territories of both countries as well as in a third country.
Article 12
The Academies consider it necessary that Indian and Russian scientists visiting partner country under the present Agreement should not be subject to any consular duties while getting entry visas in the embassies/consular sections of both countries.
Article 13
This Agreement shall go into effect on the day of signature and shall remain in force until notice is received from one of the Academies six months in advance of its intention to terminate or renegotiate the Agreement. Any amendment to the Agreement must be agreed upon by both Academies.
The Academies will exchange of correspondence and hold, when necessary, meetings of their representatives in order to evaluate the progress of scientific cooperation and discuss the fulfilment of this Agreement.
Done in Moscow on November 12, 2003 in duplicate in two copies, one in English and one in Russian, both being equally authentic.



Annex 1
AREAS OF SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION
AND THE MAIN INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED
The two Academies agreed to promote cooperation within the identified areas. The spirit of the cooperation will be achieved by exchange of scientists and joint workshops/seminars in the identified areas of research and institutions listed below. Some researchers in other frontier areas not listed here would also be welcome to take part in the programme. The two Academies also agreed to appoint a coordinator in each area of activity to help in effective implementation of the collaborative programme in that area.
A. Mathematics
A-1. Mathematical Statistics & Probability Theory
Indian Institutions:
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkota, Delhi, Bangalore;
University of Pune, Pune
Russian Institutions:
Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, St.Petersburg;
Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk
A-2. Theoretical and Applied Mathematics (Differential equations; Computational mathematics; Mathematical modelling and Mathematical Physics)
Indian Institutions:
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai;
Panjab University, Chandigarh;
Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi;
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore;
Institute of Mathematical Science, Chennai
Russian Institutions:
Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, St.Petersburg;
Computing Centre, Moscow, Novosibirsk;
Institute for Mathematical Modelling, Moscow;
Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Moscow;
Institute for Numerical Mathematics, Moscow;
Computer Aided Design Institute, Moscow;
Institute of Mathematics and Computing Centre, Ufa;
Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk
A-3. New Technologies in Informatics
Indian Institutions:
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore;
Jadavpur University, Jadavpur;
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai;
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkota
Russian Institutions:
Institute for Informatics Problems, Moscow;
Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Moscow;
Computer Aided Design Institute, Moscow;
Institute for Numerical Mathematics, Moscow;
Computing Centre, Moscow;
Institute for Mathematical Modelling, Moscow;
St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics & Automation
B. Physics
B-1. Low Temperature Physics
Indian Institutions:
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore;
National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi;
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai;
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur;
Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai
Russian Institutions:
Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems, Moscow;
Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow;
Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, St.Petersburg;
Landau Institute of Theoretical Physics, Moscow;
Joint Institute of High Temperatures, Moscow;
Zavoiski Physical-Technical Institute, Kazan, Tatarstan
B-2. Condensed Matter Physics; Crystal Growth; Laser Materials; Materials for Optoelectronics; Semiconductors; Thin Films; Liquid Crystals; Molecular Beam Epitaxy
Indian Institutions:
National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi;
Solid State Physics Laboratory, Delhi;
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi;
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi;
Institute of Radio Physics & Electronics, Kolkota;
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore;
Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, Pilani;
University of Roorkee, Roorkee;
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur;
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai;
Raman Research Institute, Bangalore;
University of Delhi, Delhi
Russian Institutions:
Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, St.Petersburg;
Institute of Solid State Physics, Chernogolovka, Moscow Region;
Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow;
Institute of Spectroscopy, Troitsk, Moscow Region;
Institute of General Physics, Moscow;
Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography, Moscow;
Vereschagin Institute of High Pressure Physics, Troitsk, Moscow Region;
Institute for Microelectronics Technology

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