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ANNUAL PLAN APPLICATION OF PORTION OF TECHNICAL RESERVES FOR COSTS OF INSTITUTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR RESEARCH - FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 - BASE YEAR 2018

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In this edition, which refers to the projects approved in 2018, the decision of the School of Technology and Sciences - FCT / UNESP aims to support the demands of infrastructure, justified by the feasible the research activities, since the structures of the research laboratories are deteriorating with the over time, as well as the need to adapt these physical spaces. Thus, according to the demand, we opted to invest in contracting services for the adequacy of laboratories, in the acquisition of equipment for the replacement of equipment that is no longer in use, as well as in the acquisition of consumables and licenses of computer software and supplies, which are extremely important to strengthen the research activities. FCT / UNESP currently has ten departments, namely: Cartography; Education; Physical Education; Statistic; Physical; Physiotherapy; Geography; Mathematics and Computation; Planning, Urbanism and Environment; and Chemistry and Biochemistry. At present, seven of these departments maintain the following postgraduate programs: Cartographic Sciences (Capes Concept 05), Motor Sciences (Capes Concept 05), Education (Concept Capes 05), Physical Education PROEF (Concept Capes 03), Physics MNPEF (Capes Concept 04), Physiotherapy (Capes Concept 05), Academic Geography (Capes Concept 07), Professional Geography (Capes Concept 03) and Applied and Computational Mathematics (Capes Concept 03). The amount of RTI in 2018 is R$ 137.341,12(one hundred and thirty seven thousand and three hundred and forty one reais and twelve cents), and of this total, the percentage obtained was as follows: Department of Physics: 2.93%, Department of Physical Education: 9.08%, Department of Physiotherapy: 8.57%; Department of Mathematics and Computer: 1.98%; Department of Geography: 77.44%. (AU)

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