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The three national Science Academies will be offering several two-month Summer Fellowships to enable students/teachers (studying/teaching in India) to work with scientists associated with the three Academies during 2018
Applications have been invited by the three Science Academies-Indian Academy of Sciences, Bengaluru; Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi and The National Academy of Sciences, India, Allahabad for Summer Research Fellowship Programme for Students and Teachers 2018 from universities and colleges affiliated to UGC/AICTE/MCI/Accredited Institutions of State Universities. The three national Science Academies will be offering several two-month Summer Fellowships to enable students/teachers (studying/teaching in India) to work with scientists associated with the three Academies during 2018.
*Areas:* Broad areas of interest include Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Life Sciences, Earth & Planetary Science, Engineering including Computer Science.
*Eligibility for Students*: Applicants should be studying in one of the following:
* BS / BSc / BVSc / BPharm (II and III years only)
* BE / BTech / BCA / BArch (II and III years only)
* MS / MSc / MVSc / MPharm (I year only) * ME / MTech / MCA / MArch (I year only)
* 5-year integrated MS / MSc /MTech / MBBS (II, III, IV years only)
* PharmD (III, IV years only) * Dual degree: BTech + MTech (II/,III,IV years only)
* Dual degree: BE + MSc (II, III, IV years only)
* Dual degree: BS + MS (II, III, IV years only)
* Integrated PhD (I, II years only)
* MSc Tech (I, II years only) Students doing PhD are not eligible.
The minimum percentage of average marks in core subjects only (excluding languages) from X std. up to Post-graduation (whichever years completed), should be 65% or above for students.
*Eligibility for Teachers:* Teachers must be teaching in a College/University. There is no minimum Percentage of average marks prescribed for teachers. Those who have availed the Academies fellowship twice before are not eligible to apply.
*Application:* Applications should be submitted online, at one of the websites, *www.ias.ac.in http://www.insaindia.res.in * or *www.nasi.res.in *. One can also go directly to http://web-japps.ias.ac.in:8080/fellowship2018/applicationform1.jsp * to proceed. A copy of the application format, instructions to applicants including eligibility criteria, and a list of names of scientists/faculty who have consented to guide students/teachers to work on short-term projects is displayed in the online application. The application should include (a) the application form in the prescribed format (b) scanned copies of marks sheets from class X till the last examination (Student and teacher applicants must upload scanned versions of mark sheets from class X till the last examination in JPEG Format, the size of each marks sheet not exceeding 700 kb. Applicant should have the scanned versions of mark sheets (in JPEG format), before starting to fill up the application) (c) a write-up (in about 150-250 words) as to what the applicant wants to learn and achieve (The write-up has to be on the specific area of the applicant and should indicate what he/she would like to learn and achieve through this fellowship. It can also include the specific experiment or theory that the applicant wants to work on but should not be a general description of the area. The write-up should not be a â€˜copy and pasteâ€™ job from any source). Student applicants must upload the contact details of one of their present teachers or the Head of the Department (HoD) familiar with their work. The Academy will get in touch with the teacher and obtain the recommendation letter in the prescribed format. Teacher applicants should upload their publications, if any. Only one application per candidate will be considered. If more than one application is submitted, none of the applications will be considered. Answers to columns indicated by an asterisk (*) are mandatory and must be filled. Applicant should not use special/scientific characters like Ã˜ Ãœ etc…as the software will prevent applicant from uploading the application with such characters. The registration number assigned soon after the online submission must be quoted in all future correspondence. The last date for receipt of online applications is 30^th November, 2017. *Selection:* Information of selection along with concurrence of the guide will be despatched around February-March 2018. The selected students/teachers will be provided appropriate round trip train fare and a monthly fellowship to meet their living expenses at the place of work. The selected candidate should work with the assigned guide for two months any time during the calendar year, preferably during the summer On selection, an authorization letter from the Principal/HoD that necessary permission/leave of absence will be granted should be sent by post to the Coordinator, SRFP 2018, Indian Academy of Sciences, Bengaluru 560 080. All correspondence should be addressed to: Mr C.S. Ravi Kumar, Coordinator, Summer Research Fellowship Programme, Indian Academy of Sciences, CV Raman Avenue, near Mekhri Circle, Sadashivanagar, Bengaluru 560 080. Tel. (080) 2266 1207, 2266 1202, 2266 1221; Email: email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> Website: www.ias.ac.in
Inviting of Online Applications under AICTE PG (GATE/GPAT) Scholarship for A/Y 2017-18 for disbursement through DBT
On-line proposals are invited from AICTE approved Institutions for disbursement of Post Graduate Scholarship to the students admitted in AICTE approved programmes of M.E/M.Tech./M.Pharm. through DBT for the 1st year students of the academic year 2017-18 having gained qualifying marks with valid GATE/GPAT score card. Procedure to be followed by Institutes and students eligible for AICTE PG scholarship.
1. All the Institutes shall up-load the eligible PG Student’s details on the AICTE portal on or before 31stAugust, 2017 and distribute student’s Unique ID generated by the system to all the PG students admitted in AICTE approved programmes/ Institutions during 2017-18.
2. All the Post Graduate Students having valid GATE/GPAT score and admitted in AICTE approved programmes/Institutions shall collect the Unique ID from the institute and login on the AICTE Web- portal at for uploading the following documents in JPEG/PDF format only.
a. Scanned copy of GATE/GPAT score card.
b. Scanned copy of first page of Bank Passbook having the details of beneficiary, Name of the Bank and Branch and IFS Code. (Note: Joint Account is not permitted, bank account has to be Aadhaar seeded with Aadhaar Card details. Bank account should not either be closed or transferred during period of course.
c. Scanned copy of the valid Category Certificate for SC/ST, OBC & Non-Creamy Layer (NCL-latest issued by the Competent Authority for OBC candidates only).
3. The Institute shall then verify the student data and approve his/her candidature on the portal. (Students verification) and approve for eligibility of disbursement of the scholarship. (Scholarship disbursement approval)
Detailed general guidelines/instructions and procedure for online registration of students and approval of eligibility of the student by the institute is available at http://www.aicte-india.org/PGScholarship.php. FAQ’s can also be viewed by visiting AICTE portal which is available in public domain. AICTE Notification
All eligible students shall upload their information on or before 31st August, 2017 on AICTE web portal and the Institute shall complete the procedure of student data verification and approval for the eligibility for the receipt of scholarship on or before 15th September, 2017. – http://www.aicte-india.org/PGScholarship.php
Last date for online applications under AICTE PG (GATE/GPAT) Scholarship for A/Y 2017-18 for disbursement through DBT is extended till 30th September 2017 for students and 15th October 2017 for Institutions
The Times of India | TNN | Jun 5, 2017 | Jyotirmoyee Ghosh |
If didn’t get the scholarship, would’ve dropped a year,” says Anubhav Khamroi, who received Rs 2 lakh under Jindal Law School’s Savitri Jindal Global Scholarship in Delhi. Khamroi, a second year BA LLB student, got a merit-based scholarship after attaining 90% in the LSAT entrance exam. “The scholarship has really reduced the financial burden on my family ,” said Khamroi. Scholarships have become essential for middle-class students as cost of higher education has skyrocketed in recent years. At top institutions, the annual fees for professional courses like engineering, medicine and law can be as high as Rs 9 lakh-Rs 10 lakh. At Chennai’s SRM Medical College, for instance, the tuition fee is now Rs 21lakh a year against Rs 10 lakh per annum last year. Unlike loans from banks, scholarship funds do not have to be paid back and those that do, don’t charge interest. Currently , interest on student loans ranges from 10%-15%. Fortunately , there are scholarship funds and education trusts providing need-based and merit-based scholarships for various courses to students who have passed class12. One such institution is Mumbai’s Nathani Charitable Trust. It awards 6,000 needbased scholarships every year to students based on applications which must include proof of address and family income among other documents.”We try to give scholarships to as many students as we can because we believe in the right to education. Only 400-500 forms are rejected per year and only because of incomplete documentation,” says Yasmeen Shaikh, CEO of Nathani Trust. “More than Rs 50 lakh worth scholarships have already been given out this year.”
The trust also provides ca reer counselling to students, who need help figuring out which stream to apply to after class 12. Another such organization is Mumbai’s RD Sethna Scholarship Fund. It provides education loans to students pursuing Bachelors in medicine, law, technology and architecture. Scholarships provided are both need and meritbased. Yearly , there are around 500 applicants, of which 250-300 are selected. After the course is completed, the money has to be repaid but no interest is charged. Brian Faleiro, a student from Mumbai, received a merit-based scholarship of Rs 50,000 from the RD Sethna Fund. A final-year engineering student from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology , Faleiro plans to use it to pursue a Masters in technology . Mumbai’s KC Mahindra Education Trust has also simi Education Trust has also similarly awarded more than Rs 44 crore in grants, scholarships and loans since 1953. It also has a talent scholarship for financially disadvantaged stu dents, who want to pursue a diploma in various fields including pharmacy , fashion designing, architecture or engineering. From over 6,000 applications every year, about 550 scholarships are awarded.Each student gets Rs 10,000 annually , which adds up to Rs 30,000 over three years. Most scholarships are awarded to girls as the trust is keen to support their education, thus reducing their vulnerability to exploitation. One of the recipients is Aiswarya PV , 17, who got a scholarship in 2012. The daughter of a daily wager, she obtained 94% in SSC examination. With the help of the scholarship, she is completing her diploma in civil engineering and plans to study further.”My aim is to get a good job that will help me do something for my family , society and the country ,” she says. – Courtesy
The Kerala-based Federal Bank is inviting applications for availing ‘Federal Bank Hormis Memorial Foundation Scholarship’ from students pursuing Medicine, Agriculture, Engineering, Nursing and MBA during the academic year 2015-16. Students applying for scholarship should have secured admission under government quota in government, aided or self-financing colleges from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra and Gujarat during the academic year 2015-16. The annual family income of the applicant should be below Rs. 3 lakh. The scholarship is instituted in memory of the founder of Federal Bank, K P Hormis.
The shortlisted 20 students in each discipline will be reimbursed 100 per cent of their tuition fees, as per the fee structure, subject to a maximum of Rs. 1 lakh per year. One seat in each discipline will be kept aside for physically challenged students, which shall be duly evidenced by a certificate issued by a Medical Officer not below the rank of a DMO or an approved Medical Officer of the Bank. If applications are not received from eligible candidates under ‘physically challenged’ category, it will be utilised under the general category. Application forms for scholarship can be downloaded from the bank’s website www.federalbank.co.in. The duly filled in applications shall be sent to ‘Head-CSR, Corporate Social Responsibility Cell (CSR), Federal Towers, Marine Drive, Ernakulam, Kerala- 682031’ on or before December 19, a release issued here said. – FedBank Press Release / Download Application
EET India | 14 July 2015 |
Mouser Electronics has become a sponsor of the IEEE Blended Learning Programme (BLP) in VLSI, which includes providing scholarships to deserving engineering students in India. IEEE BLP supports undergraduate and postgraduate students from various universities across India studying Electronics and Communication Engineering with the goal of transforming students into industry-ready professionals for the semiconductor industry. The programme employs a highly interactive, performance-based e-learning approach that reinforces core concepts through various stages of self-driven learning, practice sessions and assessments. This engaging online learning is coupled with highly effective, hands-on applied training through extensive project work in instructor-led labs.
The opportunity to partner with IEEE BLP will allow Mouser to play a direct role in advancing this programme’s mission by offering scholarships for engineering students. Mouser is committed to offering up to 300 scholarships per year under the sponsorship programme, covering a substantial portion of the student’s course fee. “We are excited to offer thesescholarship
opportunities and help prepare engineering students from various universities across India to excel in a career in the electronics industry. Mouser was founded by a physics instructor, Jerry Mouser, who needed components for a newly formed electronics programme at his school. That founding idea is still at the heart of our company. We are the go-to source for instructors and future engineers who need a vast selection of quality products, as well as the latest technology trends, design topics, and industry observations for learning and inspiration,” said Mark Burr-Lonnon, Senior Vice President of APAC & EMEA at Mouser Electronics. The opportunity to partner with IEEE BLP will allow Mouser to play a direct role in advancing this programme’s mission by offering scholarships for engineering students. Mouser is committed to offering up to 300 scholarships per year under the sponsorship programme, covering a substantial portion of the student’s course fee.
*BLP at Sai Vidya*
IEEE has signed an agreement with Sai Vidya Institute of Technology (SVIT), an engineering college in Bangalore affiliated to VTU Belgaum, to offer the BLP in VLSI to all their undergraduate and postgraduate students studying Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE). – Courtesy
E-Pao.Net | Aug 21, 2014.
Last year, twenty meritorious first-year engineering students from the underprivileged section of society and their families embarked on a unique journey initiated by Siemens India: The Siemens Scholarship Program!
Encouraged by the overwhelming success witnessed in the first year, the Corporate Citizenship team is taking a step toward touching more deserving students. We are now rolling out the Scholarship program to first-year engineering students in over 100 Government Engineering Colleges across India.
Under this initiative, Siemens will provide financial support to deserving students who lack the economic means – tuition fees, allowances for books, stationery and related expenses. Additionally, we support the students with a holistic development plan. As a responsible Corporate Citizen, Siemens India endeavors to support and promote technical education through this program.
The eligibility criteria for Siemens Scholarship:
* First year students of Government Engineering colleges from the following streams:
– Electronics / Instrumentation
– Electronics & Telecommunication
– Information Technology / Computer Science
o Age: Up to 20 years
o Annual family Income: Not more than Rs. 2 lakhs
o SSC: Minimum 60% aggregate
o HSC or equivalent result: Minimum 50% aggregate and minimum 60% PCM aggregate
o JEE Main / State CET: Minimum 45%
Last Date : 8th September 2014
If you are aware of deserving candidates who meet the above criteria, please do refer the Siemens Scholarship Program to them. Details are available at: www.siemens.co.in/scholarship
The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan 2014 (CSFP) which enables students from Commonwealth countries to pursue higher studies, research and specialised training in the UK has recently been announced.
The scholarship provides for the student’s tuition fee, monthly personal maintenance allowance and economy return ticket.
Read more at http://www.indiawest.com/news/13905-5-indian-american-students-named-2013-davidson-fellows.html#bJPfIz6ee5idrEtq.99
Study opportunities in space science and engineering abound in the University of Strathclyde, U.K. The University of Strathclyde has plans to open up admission at its Scottish Space School for Indian students.
“This contest is for Indian college students, where a group of two students will be challenged to come up with a new idea related to any industry and they will have to give a three-minute presentation which they will post on YouTube within 24 hours of the challenge being posted online,” he said.