Research & Development

Research & Development

SGT University views research and development (R&D) as a key component that propels both innovation and academic excellence. The university promotes a culture of inquiry and discovery by encouraging staff and students to actively participate in cutting-edge research across a range of disciplines. The ultimate goal is to improve the academic and professional landscape by addressing real-world problems and advancing knowledge.

About Our Dean

Dr. Shalini Kapoor

Dean - Research & Development

She has been working as Professor in the Department of Periodontology, Faculty of Dental Sciences, SGT University . She is a graduate from D.A.V Dental College and post graduate from Rama Dental College - B R Ambedkar University, Agra. She has three gold and two silver medals to her credit during her bachelor degree programme. She has various national and international publications in esteemed journals. She also had won second prize at national level specialty essay competition. She has active contribution in the library dissertations, thesis work and short studies being conducted in the department .She has also done certified course in advanced implant surgical procedures.

Research Policy

Establishes a framework for high-quality, ethical, and impactful research endeavors.

Code of Ethics for Research

A guide for researchers in their interactions with subjects, colleagues, and the broader academic community.

Research Promotion Policy

Intended to foster a thriving research culture by offering rewards and assistance to academic staff and students who are involved in significant research projects.

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

SGT University has a proud history of research, innovation, design, development, and dissemination of technologies, processes, and products. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are crucial for higher education institutions since they safeguard the Intellectual Property (IP) generated via research and development by  stakeholders. The domain of intellectual property rights (IPR) has expanded beyond patents to encompass all categories of intellectual property, including copyright, geographical indications (GI), trademarks, designs, and more to safeguard all manifestations of human ingenuity across various domains.

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