The vision of the Department of Health Research (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare) to bring modern health technology to the people through innovations related to diagnostic, treatment methods and vaccines for prevention and to coordinate the research activities in the different areas of Health Research in the country. The country has attained considerable progress in biomedical research and patient care and management over the years but new emerging infections, resistance of the causative agents to existing common drugs coupled with emergence of non-communicable diseases like cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disorders, mental and neurological disorders, poses a new challenge to the medical and scientific fraternity.
Applications are invited for the scholarship under the PMSS from the dependent wards / widows of Ex-servicemen and Ex-Indian Coast Guard personnel pursuing Professional Degree Courses, duly recognized by the respective government regulatory bodies such as MCI, AICTE and UGC etc. Only those candidates who have joined the Professional Courses in the academic year 2014-15 may apply.
Applications are being invited for awarding scholarship for the year 2014 under “Swami Vivekananda West Bengal Government Merit-cum- Means Scholarship Scheme” for providing financial assistance to the poor and meritorious students of West Bengal pursuing higher studies.
DTU Nanotech has a very strong profile in drug delivery and nanomedicine and is part of a range of national and European research programs. The department has unique infrastructure for conducing material research for life science applications and have in recent years build a strong profile within translational research. In the drug delivery area we aim to combine both basic and applied research and have a clear goal of developing new technology that provides solutions to society challenges in treatment of disease.
On line applications are invited from Indian nationals, through MHRD’s website mhrd.gov.in/ for nominations, of the award of Commonwealth Scholarships in United Kingdom tenable from September/ October 2015 for higher studies/research in the subjects mentioned below in the United Kingdom. Up to Sixty five (65) nominations are to be sent to the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission for final selection to be made by them. Out of these not more than twenty six (26) are for doctoral studies.
Applications are invited from young scientists with outstanding track records, below the age of 35 years, for the NII-Young Investigator Award, to undertake cutting-edge research in fundamental or translational research in immunological and related sciences, under the mentorship of a faculty member.
Each year, the Biodesign Program has two U.S.-based fellowship teams of four fellows working within a specific clinical area. Focus areas in the past have included Cardiovascular Medicine, Neurosurgery/ Neurology, Electrophysiology, Musculoskeletal, Regenerative Medicine, Anesthesia/ Critical Care, Gastroenterology and General Surgery.
A number of meritorious students in West Bengal cannot pursue higher education to college level for want of funds. CESC proposes to introduce a scholarship programme to lend support to such students in the state, in line with the dream of Dr. R. P.Goenka, former Chairman of CESC.
Government of India under the Special Scholarship Scheme envisaged providing 5000 fresh scholarships every year to the students who are domiciled in Jammu and Kashmir and have passed class XII from schools located in the state and fulfilling all other eligibility criteria, for studying in duly approved Institutions located outside Jammu and Kashmir.
We invite Heads of Research Institutions, Universities, Medical and Pharmaceutical Colleges of India to send in their nominations for the “Ranbaxy Science Scholar-2014”, research scholarship Awards for Young Scientists.