India Science Research Fellowship (ISRF) 2021 Announced

India Science Research Fellowship (ISRF) 2021 Announced

Advertisements
Learn Cloud Computing | Upskill Learning | Online Courses

EdTalk | New Delhi:

Forty scholars from six countries have been awarded with the opportunity to carry out their research in Indian Institutes and Universities using state of the art facilities in these places. 

These scholars have been selected based on research proposal, experience, academic merit and publication record and recommended for the award of India Science Research Fellowship (ISRF) 2021.

As a part of India’s initiatives to engage with neighbouring countries to develop S&T partnerships, the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India has launched ISRF 2021 Programme for Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand researchers to work in Indian Universities and Research Institutions. It has been implemented since 2015, and as of now, 5 calls have been announced in this programme with participation of young researchers from these countries. About 128 fellows from these countries have been awarded fellowship under this programme.

Online Courses

A number of quality research papers have been published by awardees during the ISRF (India Science Research Fellowship) calls from 2015-2019, and fellows also participated in various conferences/symposiums of their relevant fields. Because of the pandemic, no award was made last year.

India Science Research Fellowship (ISRF)

India Sciebce Research Fellowship (ISRF) programme has provided an opportunity to the young researchers from neighbouring countries to get access to the state of art facilities available in the Indian institutes/universities. This fellowship is a platform to establish research cooperation with neighbouring countries of India, which is one of the mandates of DST’s International Science and Technology Cooperation.

Data Science Nano Degree Program

Realizing that they are still going through the pandemic, awardees are being encouraged to have virtual interaction with their host institutes and host scientists. They could visit Indian institutes once travel restrictions are eased and the overall environment is conducive to doing regular laboratory research.

SUBSCRIBE NOW
Join 10000+ Members

Share
Best Sellers Books at Amazon

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *