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1,1A,1B Capsule R&D Proposal
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Rev 0 / 1-02-08
PROJECT PROPOSAL OUTLINE FOR S&T PROMOTION AND LINKAGES
I. PROJECT PROFILE
A. Title of the Project
B. Proponent (The one in charge to take the lead in project implementation)
C. Project Site (The location of the project)
D. Project Duration ( The length of time in which the specific project activities shall be accomplished)
E. Total Project Cost
1. Amount Requested (amount of DOST assistance)
2. Agency Counterpart (agency's contribution to the project)
3. Others' Counterpart (contribution from other collaborators/agencies)
II. PROJECT PROPOSAL
A. Rationale (Brief background on the project and the significance of the project)
B. Project/Activity Description ( Necessary information on the project such as its nature and
description of the project site and beneficiaries)
C. Objectives (The general and specific objectives of the project)
D. Methodology (Discussion on the major activities of the project which the implementing agency
shall carry out.)
E. Activity Schedule (List of activities to be undertaken with the corresponding time frame e.g.,
F. Budget Breakdown (Work and financial plan including details of budget in accordance with NGAS)
G. Project Management (Includes the organization setup by which the project shall be implemented)
H. Monitoring and Evaluation (The monitoring scheme to be done by the project leader to ensure
that project objectives are attained)
A. Proponent's Profile
B. Proponent's SEC Registration (if applicable)
C. Accreditation Certificates (if any)
D. Names of the Members of the Project Team
General Instruction: Submit 6 copies of Project Proposal Outline for S&T Promotion and Linkages
DOST Form No. 1
Submit 6 copies of Project Proposal Outline for S&T Promotion and Linkages
Use separate sheets following the appropriate sequence of items
Operational Definition of Terms
Title of the Project
Proponent - The one in charge to take the lead in project implementation
Project Site - The location of the project
Project Duration - The length of time in which the specific project activities shall be accomplished
Total Project Cost
Amount Requested - amount of DOST assistance
Agency Counterpart - agency's contribution to the project
Rationale - Brief background on the project and the significance of the project
Objectives - The general and specific objectives of the project
Methodology - Discussion on the major activities of the project which the implementing agency shall
Activity Schedule - List of activities to be undertaken with the corresponding time frame
(e.g., Gantt Chart)
Budget Breakdown - Work and financial plan including details of budget in accordance with NGAS
Project Management - Includes the organization setup by which the project shall be implemented
Monitoring and Evaluation - The monitoring scheme to be done by the project leader
to ensure that project objectives are attained
DOST Form No. 1A
CAPSULE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL
Rev 0 / 1-02-08
(For the Whole Program)
(To be accomplished by the researcher)
(use separate page if necessary)
(2)Executive Summary (Significance, objectives, expected output, and methodology)
(use separate sheet if necessary)
(3) Budget Summary for the whole program
Note: To be submitted together with the detailed R & D Proposals of the component
projects. See guidelines/definitions at the back
DOST Form No. 1B
CAPSULE R&D PROJECT PROPOSAL
Submit 6 copies of capsule R & D proposal for each of the component projects.
Use separate sheets following the appropriate sequence of items.
Operational Definition of Terms
1. Title – the identification of the program and the component projects.
Program - consists of interrelated or complementing R & D projects on a multi-disciplinary approach to meet established
Project – a set of interrelated studies to meet pre-determined objective within a specific time frame.
Leader –the one in charge to take the lead in project implementation.
Agency(ies) – the institution(s) of the coordinator/leader.
Cooperating Agencies – agencies participating in the R & D work.
R & D Station – station or unit where R & D will be actually conducted.
Classification – indicates whether the program/project is research or development.
Basic research is an experimental or theoretical work undertaken primarily to acquire new knowledge of the underlying
Applied research is an original investigation undertaken in order to acquire new knowledge directed primarily towards a
Developmental research is a systematic work, drawing on existing knowledge gained from research and/or practical
Pilot Testing is an innovative work to confirm and demonstrate the feasibility of actually using a technology; gauging end
Technology promotion/commercialization is an activity involving application of technologies on a commercial scale by
5. Mode of Implementation – indicate whether the R & D will be undertaken by one or more than one agency.
6. Priority Areas/STAND Classification – iIdentify the classification of the R & D proposal in the S & T Agenda for
7. Sector – indicate whether crops, livestock, forestry, agricultural resources or socio-economics; fisheries or aquatic
8. Discipline – The specific field to be studied (e.g. plant breeding, taxonomy).
Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 constitute the technical description of the R & D proposal. They should be written in
14. Target Beneficiaries – who the clienteles are and what are the expected outcome/effects of the use of the project
15. Implementing Schedule – The duration of the project in months including planned start date and expected completion
16. Estimated Annual Budget – The budget requirement for personal services (PS), maintenance and other operating