The scholarship scheme for women scientists for societal programmes is an initiative of the department of science and technology. It is aimed at women who have a “break in their careers” due to social responsibilities but have a desire to return to mainstream science and work as bench-level scientists
The Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund offers scholarships for up to two years from January 2013 to Indians and nationals of other Asian countries for PhD studies in India
University of Southampton’s law school is offering four studentships for the students admitted onto its MPhil/PhD programme commencing in October 2012. The studentships will last for a maximum of three years (subject to an annual review of progress) and is worth £13528 per year).
Future Forests Fellowship will enable an outstanding graduate student to undertake doctoral research in one of the following areas of excellence for the faculty
The scholarship offers financial assistance to interested candidates to conduct research in Japanese Universities. The scholars get a stipend of Yen 143,000 (about Rs. 90,000) per month, tuition waiver, round trip airfare etc
Since its inception in 2011, the scholarship programme has significantly helped in promoting scientific and academic aptitude of students and in the process also expanded the career opportunities available to Indian students.
Newcastle University, which is a major research-intensive university located in Newcastle upon Tyne the north-east of England. Newcastle University is a Russell Group University, an association of research-intensive UK universities and ranked 12th in The Sunday Times 2012 University Guide.
The University of Edinburgh Business School announces the launch of scholarships, worth £5,000 each. The scholarships are intended to stimulate a wide range of applications from students all over the world and support students who have accepted a place at the university.
The Graduate School of the College of Arts, University of Glasgow is pleased to announce up to 9 new College Internship Scholarships for PhD students registering in 2012/13, providing a fee waiver at Home/EU rate and a £6000 internship stipend per annum.
The Reserve Bank of India invites application as per prescribed format from full-time faculty members, teaching economics or finance in any UGC recognised universities/colleges in India to undertake short-term research in the areas of monetary and financial economics, banking, real sector issues and other areas of interest to the Reserve Bank.
The university offers assistance in the form of academic scholarships ranging approximately between $10,000 to $16,500 each academic year. Also on offer, are a limited number of awards of higher financial worth which are awarded to students who display excellent academic credentials
Through the scholarships, British Council and the UK government aim at enabling young Indians to pursue a one-year masters programme in a recognised UK institution, along with a month-long internship programme in the UK.
The university has assistance available in the form of academic scholarships in a range of approximately $10,000 to $16,500 each academic year with limited substantially higher awards for outstanding academic performance. These scholarships are awarded to students who display excellent academic credentials
The Gandhi Fellowship is an intensive two-year programme that helps talented young people in the country in developing their leadership skills. To achieve this objective, Gandhi Fellowship is sending the select graduates and postgraduates from the elite institutes across the country back to schools.
The academy has designed a PhD programme where students can undertake interdisciplinary research in several thematic areas that focus on the fields of science, technology and engineering