|DST- SERB||2015 - 2018|
|Digitization project titled "Long term study of the sun using Kodaikanal Digitizited data" Ref:EMR/2014/000375|
|DST- Interdisciplinary Cyber Physical Systems||2018 - 2020|
|PI of project titled "Preservation and analysis of the century-long solar data from Kodaikanal
International Bilateral Grants
|BRICS Multilateral Research and Development Projects||2018 - 2020|
|PI of the Project titled "Super flares on stars and the Sun" within India - China and Russia.|
|INDIA - US Knowledge R&D Networked Joint Center||2018 - 2019|
|Co-I of the project titled "Inference of Solar Variability Across Scales: Connecting the Disparate
Scales of Magnetism throughout the Solar Atmosphere"
|UKIERI UK - INDIA||2018 - 2020|
|Co-I of the project titled "The Sun under the microscope - An integrated research activity to maximise
the science return from a new generation of missions to study the Sun"
|DST- BELSPO international project||2014 - 2016|
|Three year DST and BELSPO bi-lateral project "Contemporary physical challenges for heliospherical and astrophysical models (CHARM) / National Large Scale Telescope" with Dr Dipankar Banerjee, from IIA as the P.I and Professor Tom Van Doorsselaere, Centre for Mathematics Plasma Astrophysics as the P.I. From the Belgian side.|
|British Council International project||2013 - 2015|
|Principal Investigator of joint three year UKIERI Trilateral Research Partnerships between IIA,
Queens University of Belfast and National Solar Observatory, USA. Funded by British Council
|Royal Society- British Council India||2006 - 2009|
|Three year joint research grant for collaborative research between Armagh Observatory, U.K. and Indian Institute of Astrophysics (Bilateral program between Royal Society London and the British Council India). Dipankar Banerjee was the P. I. from India and J.G. Doyle was the P.I. from U.K.|
|DST- DAAD international project||2007 - 2009|
|Two year project grant under DST- DAAD (Indo-German bilateral program). Dipankar Banerjee
was the P.I. from India and Sami Solanki from Max Planck Institute was the PI from Germany.