Indian Foods Research Awards for PhD Students in India
'Processed Indian Traditional Foods' research promotional programme aims to promote research on Indian traditional foods amongst PhD candidates across Indian universities and research institutes. The programme is sponsored by: •••• Nestlé ••• TATA Trusts Any project related to Processed Indian Traditional foods that has led to the submission of a PhD in 2016 Selected 1 final year PhD student will be awarded Best PhD thesis prize of INR 2,50,000 For additional details: www.firstmr.com/html/IndustryPlatforms/StudentPromotion-2016.html
Applicants for this award must meet the following criteria:
|Field Of Study List||Technology, Science, Nutrition, Applied Science, Chemistry, Agriculture, Health Professions, Engineering, Cultural Studies, Business/Management and Biology/Life Sciences|
|Other Criteria||PhD synopsis must have been submitted in the university/institute in 2016 All PhD studies should contain a degree of novelty and this will be part of the judging criteria. Novelty may be a new method for studying foods or new findings or some other aspect of the PhD study Registration must be accompanied by evidence of enrolment in 2016 at the university/institute The electronic copy of the all documents should be countersigned by the Professor concerned before scanning. Electronic copy of applications and documents has to be sent ONLY by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com|
Host Institution: Any University/Institute in India
This award is linked to a specific institution.
Additional information about this award.
|Number of Awards||1|
|Includes||Best PhD thesis award with cash prize of INR 2,50,000 to the winning Final year PhD student|
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