India ranks 46th in Global Innovation Index-2021 ranking

India ranks 46th in Global Innovation Index-2021 ranking

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·         India has slipped two places to 46th position in the Global Innovation Index 2021 ranking by the World Intellectual Property Organization.

·         India has risen from 81st in 2015 to 46th in 2021 in the Global Innovation Index over the past several years.

Important facts

About Global Innovation Index

v  The Global Innovation Index (GII) project was launched by Professor Soumitra Dutta in 2007 during his tenure at INSEAD.

v  WIPO began its association with GII in 2011 and co-published GII in 2012.

v  In 2013, Cornell University joined as co-publisher, with Professor Dutta representing GII at Cornell University and Bruno Lanvin at INSEAD.

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