Commonwealth Split Site Doctoral Scholarship

Commonwealth Split Site Doctoral Scholarship

Offered by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK, the Commonwealth Split-Site Doctoral Scholarship is available in all disciplines including Medicine and Dentistry for the academic year 2007. Each scholarship provides student concessionary or other approved airfare to the UK Kingdom and return on expiry of the scholarship, approved tuition and examination fees, a personal maintenance allowance etc. Duration of the award is 12 months from October 1,2007. Details of the scholarship are available on UGC website .

Requirements: Citizens of India, hold (by October 1,2007) a first degree or upper second-class honours standard (or above) or a second-class degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification.

To apply: Available in all University, Institute or UGC Regional Office and UGC Headquarters, New Delhi (IC-II, Room No 505, University Grants Commission, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110002).

Submission: On or before November 10,2006.

Comment for Commonwealth Split Site Doctoral Scholarship
I am a young man of 40, a Nigerian, and finished from the University of Benin, Nigeria at Masters’ degree level in Health Planning and Management. Presently I work with Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, Nigeria. I am in dire need of scholarship to study at Ph.D level in Hospital Administration and allied disciplines in any recognised University. I will most grateful if my request is successful. As an emerging discipline, studying it to a Ph.D will go a long way to enable me develop others in Nigeria. Thank you

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BPCL Scholarships for Higher Studies

BPCL Scholarships for Higher Studies

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd announces Bharat Petroleum Scholarship for Higher Studies for students who have demonstrated all around brilliance and have a passion to achieve excellence in their chosen field.

Requirements: Indian nationals pursuing Post Graduate Deg/ee Course Abroad or India, up to the age of 25 years (born on or after October 1, 1981), who have secured at least 60 per cent at Graduate level. Students with confirmed admission to any full time Post Graduate Degree Course (in any field of education other than fine arts), for a duration of upto two years, at any recognised University/ Institute of repute abroad or India. Students pursuing higher studies in Universities or Institutes abroad for which firm admissions have been obtained for sessions starting between Dece-mber 2006 and March 2007 may apply. Scholarship will not be given for any Research or PhD work. Candidates receiving part scholarship from any source should indicate the details, as reque-sted in the online application form.This will not be a bar for consideration.

To apply: submit online application

Submission: Not mentioned.

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East-West Center (EWC) Graduate Degree Fellowship Programme

East-West Center (EWC) Graduate Degree Fellowship Programme

The East-West Center is an education and research organisation established by the US Congress in 1960 to strengthen relations and understanding among the peoples and nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the US. The East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship provides substantial funding toward Masters (up to 24-month fellowship) or Doctoral degree (up to 48-month fellowship) for graduate students from Asia, the Pacific, and the US to participate in educational and research pro grams at the East-West Center while pursuing graduate study at the University of Hawaii.There is substantial funding toward education and living expenses, including tuition and fees, graduate residence hall room costs, health insurance, book allowance, and partial living stipend.

Requirements: Citizens or permanent residents of the US and citizens of countries in the Pacific and Asia, including Russia. See application for complete list of eligible countries.

Submission: November 1,2006

Jennings Randolph Programme for International Peace, Awards Senior Fellowships

Jennings Randolph Fellowship Programme for International Peace 2007-2008

The Jennings Randolph Programme for International Peace, Awards Senior Fellowships to enable outstanding scholars, policy makers, journalists, and other professionals from around the world to conduct research at the US Institute of Peace on important issues concerning international conflict and peace. Around 12-15 fellowships are awarded annually. This year the institute is especially interested in topics addressing problems of the Muslim world, post-war reconstruction and reconciliation, and responses to terrorism and political violence. Fellows reside at the institute in Washington DC for a period of up to 10 months to conduct research on their projects, consult with staff and contribute to the ongoing work of the institute. The fellowship award includes a stipend of up to $80,000, travel to Washington for the fellow and dependents, health insurance, an office with computer and voice mail, and a half-time research assistant.

Requirements: The competition is open to citizens of all nations, scholars and practitioners from a variety of professions, including college and university faculty, journalists, diplomats, writers,educators,military officers, international negotiators, NGO professionals and lawyers. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Contact, The Jennings Randolph Programme, U S Institute of Peace, 1200 17th Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036-3011, USA.

Submission: All applica¬tion materials must be received by September 15,2006.

Ramakrishna Mission


Debesh-Kamal Scholarships for Higher Education/Research Abroad

Rules for the Award of Debesh-Kamal Scholarships for Higher Education/Research Abroad

1. Debesh-Kamal Scholarships will be awarded by the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Calcutta, to deserving candidates for the purpose of higher education/research abroad. The scholarships will be open to Indian nationals irrespective of caste, creed, or religious faith.

2. Applications

i. Applications for the scholarships, as well as any subsequent correspondence, are to be addressed to the Secretary, Ramamkrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Gol Park, Calcutta 700 029, and the envelopes should carry the inscription ‘Debesh-Kamal Scholarship”

ii. Candidates will have to submit, along with their completed application form, a Postal Order/Bank Draft for Rs.50/- in favour of the Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, as the application fee which is not refundable.

iii. Last date for receiving the Application form, complete in sll respect, at the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Gol Park, Calcutta 700 029, is 21 April 2003.

3. Qualification and Age

i. The candidates must have a uniformly good academic record with first class marks at the Honours or Post graduate level, relaxable by the selection committee.

ii. They should not ordinarily be more than 30 years of age. Expections may be made for short-term post graduate or post doctoral researchers.

4. Area of Study

The preferred subjects of study/research are the humanities and the basic sciences, but candidates in other disciplines, such as social sciences and applied science and technology, will be considered.

5. Other Conditions

i. The candidates will have to submit evidence of their having been admitted to a course of study/research at a major university or comparable academic instituion abroad.

ii. Research students/scholars will have to submit along with their applications an outline of their project as may have been approved by the university/institution concerned.

6. Mode of Application

i. Application form can be obtained by applying with a self-addressed stamped envelope to The Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Gol Park , Calcutt-700 029.

ii. All candidates must submit application in the prescribed form , with a passport size photograph, along with relevant papers as well as attested photocopies of certificates, marksheets etc.

iii. Candidates short-listed from an evaluation of their applications will have to appear before a Selection Committee at the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of culture, Calcutta. They will have to bear their own travelling expenses. But the candidates who will appear for interview from distance beyond 100 km may be paid II Class Railway fare. The decision of the Selection Committee about the eligibility of a candidate and his/her selection shall be final.

7. Value and Tenure of the Scholarship

i. The value of a scholarship will be around Rs. 1.00 lakh for one year only. Since this amount will not be adequate for studies abroad, candidates will have to produce acceptable evidence of other resources or committed financial support.

ii. Debesh-Kamal Scholarship will be tenable for one year only.

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Inlaks Foundation


1. Courses at Oxford, Cambridge, London School of Economics, Imperial College of Science & Technology in any available subject.

2. Graduate courses at American and European Institutions in subjects including Architecture, Business Administration, Communications (Film, Television, Journalism), Special Education and law,

3. Courses in Fine Arts, Applied Arts and Conservation, Design and Fashion Design, Theatre and Dance, Music and Composition.

Candidates should have obtained admission to the University or Institute of their choice prior to submitting the Inlaks application form. The Committee will consider only those candidates for interview, who have obtained admission.


Research, training or professional improvement to be carried out abroad either independently, or at a leading institution. Candidates are expected to provide full details of proposed programmes, costs, evidence of agreement with, and admission to, such institutions. Preference will be given to projects relevant to the Indian situation.


The selection is made by an independent Selection Committee on the basis of written applications followed by personal interviews. The criteria are:

1. Potential and self motivation.

The candidates must show enterprise and the capacity to make an impact on one’s environment, the drive to transform ideas into reality and the ability to take full advantage of all aspects of their experience abroad.

2. Achievement and evidence of initiative.

Candidates must provide evidence of their abilities in addition to Academic achievements. They must show that they have already played a prominent role in some field such as the Arts, Communication, Debating, Journalism, Social Work, Sports, Technology or the Theatre (These fields need not necessarily be related to the proposed course). Age and opportunities available will be taken into consideration. Scholarships will not be awarded to candidates whose proposed course of study or specific project require field trips to India during their tenure.

3. Suitability of proposed course.

The candidates will be assessed on the value of their proposal not only to their own career but on the contribution they will be able to make subsequently to their country and to the environment.

Scholarships are open to all Indian citizens of either sex who hold a good degree from a recognised university and are resident in India at the time of application. They must be below 30 years of age on the first of July in the year of application. Prior admission to an institution is absolutely necessary, the institutions concerned must of top rank only.

Preference will be given to candidates who have not yet studied abroad. Applications for MBA and Engineering should have atleast two years working experience. The award of other grants, teaching assistantships and support from other sources for the proposed programme will be regarded by the foundation as a positive factor. The foundation also encourages applications from young people who are currently employed. Candidates are advised to consult the relevant university prospectus before applying for a particular course. They are also advised not to submit their application unless all requirements have been fulfilled.

Application Procedure

Application forms are obtained from January 7 to April 15 2003 from :

Inlaks Foundation,
P O Box 2108,
Delhi 110 007

They must be completed and returned by April 20, 2003 and must include:

1. Evidence of admission to a university or a course. Candidates in Architecture, Fine arts, Applied Arts and related subjects must submit twelve colour transparencies, of recent creative work, in a plastic folder giving the size of the original, the material used and the date completed. This material will not be returned.

2. Candidates for Film, Dance and Acting must submit video cassette VHS, which will be returned.

3. Candidates for music should submit a tape.

4. Two self – addressed stamped, (Rs. 6.00) envelopes (4″ * 9″)

The final interviews take place in May/June 2001, for candidates taking up places in 2001. All applicants must be available for interviews in India. Candidates who do not receive any communication by June 1, 2001 must assume that their application has been unsuccessful.


The scholarships cover return travel, tuition fees and adequate living expenses for the period granted. Tenure of other scholarships, teaching assistantships and part time jobs are permitted. The scholarships are not awarded to anyone who has already started a course of study or a project abroad.

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Fulbright Fellowships for Indian Citizens for the academic session 2003-2004

The United States Educational Foundation in India have announced Fulbright Fellowships for Indian citizens for the academic year 2003-4 and have invited applications for the same. The application material/ forms etc. can be obtained from the following address. The last date for obtaining application material from the designated offices and other deatils of the fellowships in different categories are available at the website of Fulbight India. Please click here for the specific announcement page . Applicants can also contact at Fulbright House, 12 Hailey Road, New Delhi-110001,

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Agatha Harrison Memorial Fellowship

Level of Study

Advanced Research




Employment News / Leading Newspapers : April/May

Subject Fields

Modern Indian Studies in History, Economics, Political Science.


Indian national. Age 30-40 yrs as on October of the in-take year. Qualifications- uniformly brilliant academic record (with 60% marks at Master’s degree level) with Ph D degree in the subject field or published works of equivalent merit. Minimum three years teaching experience at Graduate/Post-Graduate level.

Value /Passage Cost

Stipend of Pounds 18,580 and economy class air passage (both ways) borne by the Government of India.

Application Procedure

Typed application with attested copies of testimonials, programme of study, photograph and other documents should be submitted on plain paper. Employed persons should send their applications duly sponsored by their employer.

Contact Address

Section Officer, Es.4 Section (Scholarships), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Education, (ES 4) External Scholarships Division, A1/w3 Curzon Road Barracks, K G Marg, New Delhi 110001.

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Scholarships For Post-Matric Students In Hindi To Students From Non-Hindi Speaking States


Level of Post-Matric Study

Number of Scholarships-38,000 per year

The Scheme for award of National Scholarships on merit was introduced in 1961-62 for Post-Matric Studies so that no brilliant student is prevented on ground of poverty from pursuing an academic career. The scholarships are allotted among the various States and Union Territory on the basis of population. The Registrars of Universities/Secretaries of Education Boards furnish data in regard to the number of students appeared and passed in various examinations in prescribed proforma by the end of September each year.

Courses and amount of scholarships

The courses for scholarships as also the rates of scholarships for different courses are as under:-

S.No. : Name of Course : Day Scholars Rs. p.m. : Hostellers Rs. p.m.
i) Pre-University course & IA/I/Sc/Ist Year of 3 years B.A. /B.Sc/B.Com. etc. course : 60 : 100
ii) B.A./B.Sc./B.Com/B.Archeology etc.(2nd and 3rd year) courses. : 90 : 140
iii) B.E./B.Tech/MBBs/L.L.B/B.Ed/Diploma professional and Engineering studies. : 120 : 300
iv) Degree in Homeopathic course : 120 : 300
v) B.D.S.Course : 120 : 300
vi) M.A./M.Sc/LL.M/M..Ed/MBA : 120 : 300
vii) Post-Graduate Diploma in Tourism : 120 : 300
viii) Diploma in Hotel Management course/Diploma in Homeopathy : 120 : 120
ix) Master of Labour Welfare : 120 : 300
x) Master of Social Welfare : 120 : 300
xi) Post-Graduate Diploma in Banking : 120 : 300
xii) Master of Computer Application course : 120 : 300
xiii) Post-Graduate Diploma in journalism : 120 : 300
xiv) Post- Graduate Diploma in Computer Application : 120 : 300
xv) Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Management. : 120 : 300
xvi) Post- Graduate Programme in Management : 120 : 300
xvii) Master in personal Management and Industrial relations : 120 : 120
xviii) Post-Graduate course in Automobile Engineering : 120 : 300


Indian nationals who have secured 60% aggregate marks in the qualifying examination and passed in the same year of award of scholarship are eligible for award. Persons in full time employment or in receipt of any other scholarship/stipend or studying on part-time basis/privately are not eligible.

Scholarships for Post-Graduate studies are sanctioned without consideration of the income of the parents of the candidates. In case of under-graduate/diploma courses the scholarship is offered to those candidates whose parents income is not more than 25,000 per annum. Tenability: A Scholarship under the scheme is tenable from the year it is made. The Scholarship is tenable for the next course of study and not for any equivalent course. In the case of engineering/medicine studies, the scholarship is tenable for the first degree. Award is not given/renewed for Ph.D./Research studies.

Selection Procedure

Eligible scholars are selected strictly in order of merit by the examining bodies after the result of the examinations are announced by the Board/University i.e. the qualifying examination, starting from the top of the merit list of each examination for which the quota of scholarship has been allocated. The Board/Universities send copies of the list of provisionally selected candidates to the State Governments/Union Territories within 10 weeks from the date of declaration of the result. The Selected scholar present the Entitlement Card, the completed ` Statement of Particulars’ and Income Affidavit Forms duly filled in to the Head of the Institution joined by him. The Director of Collegiate Education/Higher Education/Public Instruction/Education of the State/Union Territory Administration, as the case may be, who are administering the awards in question and who make the final selection on receipt of the Joining Report along with the completed Statement of Particulars and income Affidavit etc., arrange to pay the scholarship money after scrutinising the documents. The scholarship is renewable from year to year within the same stage of education depending on promotion to the next class with 50% aggregate marks.

Contact Address

Director of Education, State Government/UT. Administration.

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National Scholarships For Talented Children From Rural Areas For Secondary Stage Study

Level of Study

Secondary Stage (including +2 stage)
Number of Scholarships- 43000 per year


This scheme has been in operation since 1971-72. The objective of the scheme is to provide opportunities to school students from rural areas to pursue secondary stage education. The number of scholarships allocated is communicated to the State Govts./UT Administration every year.

A student studying in a school in a community development block in class VI to VIII is eligible to compete for the scholarship. Category-wise distribution of 43,000 scholarships is as under:-

1. General Category : 4 Scholarships per Community Development Block (4x 5000) : 20,000
2. Children of Landless Labourers : 2 scholarships per Community Development Block (2x 5000) : 10,000
3. Scheduled Castes Children : 2 Scholarships per Community Development Block (2x 5000) and 1 additional scholarship per CDB having 20% or more SC population(1x 1500) : 11,500
4. Scheduled Tribes Children : 3 Scholarships per Tribal Community Development Block (3x 500) : 1,500


Eligible students are required to appear in a two stage examination: First Stage: Examination is conducted by the State Govts/UT Administration. The number of selected students is generally ten times the number of scholarship to be offered.

Second-stage-The final examination is conducted at the National level by NCERT. The local unit set up in the State Institutes of Education in consultation with the national level unit in the NCERT, prepare the test papers and organise the examination throughout the States/UTs. The test consists of two papers of 1 1/2 hours each for testing the innate abilities of students. It is common to the entire State/UT. The final selection is made with the Community Development Block as the Unit and top students in each block are awarded scholarships.

Rate of Scholarships

Rs. 30 to 100 per month. The scholarship is paid to the scholar through institution. Scholarship commences from the month in which the admission is obtained in a School and is paid up to the month in which last examination of the secondary stage education is held. In the case of renewal in the succeeding year, scholarship is paid from the month following that for which the scholarship was paid during the previous academic year. The scholarship is renewed subject to good academic progress.

Suspension of Scholarship

If the scholar does not make satisfactory progress, the scholarship is suspended.

Contact Address

District Inspector of School/Director of Education State/UT Government.

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1. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Education administers only those scholarships/fellowships which are being offered by the foreign countries under Cultural Exchange Programmes and other Programmes. The subject fields are generally chosen for those subject fields, facilities for which are available in the donor country and also keeping in view the national needs.

2. On receipt of the offer of scholarships/fellowships from the donor country, the same is advertised in Employment news/Rozgar Samachar, other leading newspapers and through circulars to States/UTs, Universities etc. giving all the details regarding amount of scholarship, age limit, educational qualification, experience etc. Application format is also published in the advertisement. No application form is supplied by the Ministry. The advertisements are published at different times for different schemes according to the time notified by the donor countries. However, tentative months, during which advertisements were published on the basis of offers received form foreign countries on the previous occasions are indicated for convenience. Future dates will depend on offers when received. These advertisements are published by the D.A.V.P. and desiring candidates should submit their applications by the last date indicated in the advertisement. No application is considered which is received after the due date. Offers are open to both employed and unemployed candidates. Employed candidates are required to submit their applications through their Employers with ‘No Objection Certificate.’ However, advance applications are also considered provided the `NOCs’ are submitted to the Ministry in due course.

3. The scholarships/fellowships are awarded on merit on all India basis. The selection is made through a Selection Committee constituted of subject experts. Most of the scholarships are for doctoral and post-doctoral studies. Scholarships are also available at post-graduate level for language study, Fine Arts and some other subjects as being notified in each advertisement. All the details regarding scholarships would be available in the advertisement and the advertisement should be read carefully before submitting the application to this Ministry. Incomplete applications and applications for subjects other than what has been notified, are not considered. The decision of the Selection Committee on selection of candidates, is final. However, decision regarding award of scholarships rests finally with the donor countries. No scholarship is available to study at under-graduate level except language study.

4. Applications of candidates who are residing abroad, are not considered. Candidates who have been abroad for study/specialisation/training either on scholarship or on their own for a period exceeding six months are eligible to apply only if they have been in India for at least two years after their return from abroad on a specified date.

5. Candidates should have adequate knowledge about India and the country for which application for scholarship is being submitted.

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Classes Disrupted In Jaffna University

Jaffna University has experienced an increase in violence and attendance at lectures has been affected. The university was temporarily closed last December after Tamil students and academics from the university clashed with the Sri Lankan Army when it tried to prevent an LTTE inspired student procession. Officials say the biggest impediment to academic work is the poor attendance from students who come from far off places. People are wary of renting out rooms to young boys as they also fall into trouble when these boys are suspected of involvement in subversive activities, one academic said. Worse could well come, especially if the low-intensity conflict escalates into a full-scale war, with LTTE bent on wrestling control over Jaffna.

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Apeejay School of Management, AIMIT : 10th Convocation

The Apeejay School of Management (ASM) and the Apeejay Institute of Management and IT (AIMIT), recently had their 10th convocation. A R Kidwai, governor of Haryana, was the chief guest. Kidwai awarded degrees and diplomas to 294 meritorious PG students. The gold medal was conferred on Roma Kodnani, topper for the year 2003-2005, while Richa Agarwal was awarded gold medal for 2004-2006. Kidwai said: ASM is in the forefront of management education. It is this effective management and optimal utilisation of human potential that is the core of management education.

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Right To Information Act, 2005

Written by: YASHADA (Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration)
Published by: Tata McGraw Hill
Pages; 155 Price: Rs 195

The government has declared YASHADA, a national implementing agency for training in the area of Right to Information. Now that each and every citizen of India has the right to demand information from the government, it is essential that apart from the people the government too understand the Act. The book is ideal for public servants who wish to understand the Act and be prepared for the process of providing information to the people.

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Speak With Confidence

Written by: Dianna Booher
Published by: Tata McGraw-Hill
Pages: 238 Price: Rs 295

With strategies that have been tried, tested and proven with over thousands of speakers, this book comes pre pared. The author while introducing readers to the very basics essential for public speaking, also provides the specialized techniques needed to master it. The book elaborates on easy to use tips that would help any speaker gain confidence to facing every audience. This valuable handbook will help you understand better not only your presentations, but also those to whom you would present it.

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A Better Way To Sell

Written by: Ranjan L G De Silva
Published by: Pearson Education
Pages: 192
Dont just learn how to be a better salesperson, but learn to be a better person while doing so. The author presents to beginners and experts alike, a 16-step process using practical insights and helpful fables, to help improve their sales success manifold. The book does not try to make you a marketing wonder overnight, it aims instead to put you on the right path.

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Associateship for young scientists

Department of Biotechnology has initiated a programme on specialised training in niche areas of biotechnology, such as (i) medical genetics (ii) stem cell research (iii) nanobiotechnology (iv) transgenic animal models (v) agriculture biotechnology (vi) bioengineering: Tissue engineering, biosensors, biomatenals, medical devices, and implants (vii) seribiotechnology. The duration of the award would be for a period of two months to one year. The associates would be entitled to monthly associateship of US$ 2,400 or its equivalent in the country of study and preparatory allowance of Rs 12,000 (one time grant) as also cost of air passage in economy class by Air India for joining the overseas laboratory and back. Selected candidates may receive salary and continuance of other service benefits by the institutions to which they belong.

Requirements: Young Indian nationals, below 40 years of age as on October 15,2006, with a Ph D/ MD degree in the area related to life sciences/ biotechnology or medicine with an excellent record of research contribution in his/ her field of research. They should hold regular/ permanent positions in government-recognised research and academic institutions/ universities and should be actively engaged in research in the above areas.

To apply: Submit application through email (only one hard copy typed on plain paper) complete with enclosures in the format given below through proper channel to the International Collaboration Division, Specialised Training In Niche Areas Of Biotechnology: 2006-07 (Attention: Dr Shailja Vaidya Gupta, Principal Scientific Officer), Department Of Biotechnofogy, Block-2, Sixth Floor, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi-110003, Refer Times of India, July 31, 2006 (Mumbai edition) for format of application.

Submission; On or before October 15,2006.

Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowships

The Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowship Programme provides a framework for established academics with an international reputation for the pursuit of research at the institute. The fellowships will be for three to 10 months. The monthly grant is 3000 euros for fellows on unpaid leave. There is no provision for travel expenses.

Requirements: Established academics with an international reputation, Former professors or fellows of the institute are eligible beyond three years expiry of their last contract. Candidates of all nationalities are eligible.

Submission: September 30,2006

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Singapore Airlines SIA Youth Scholarships

Scholarships are available for 2 year pre university course in top junior colleges in Singapore


Indian Nationals – Students completing the 10th STD are eligible. Should posses excellent academic record 9at least average 85% with English as first languagein STD 10 State/National Exam..


Apply with Certified copy of STD 8,9,10 exam result, A CV not exceeding one page contains Full name mailing address and a summary and copies of other achievements won and participated in STD 8,9,10

Time of Announcement – May June


c /o Robinson Road PO Box No 746
Singapore 901446
Republic of Singapore

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Commonwealth Scholarship / Fellowships In Newzealand

Level of Study /Ph.D.

Subjects: Soil Science, Dairy Technology


Indian national residing in India. Qualifications Master’s Degree with 60% marks in respect of Soil Science and Dairy Technology. Experience 2 years teaching/research/practical experience after obtaining Master’s Degree. Academic year starts from February. Age: The application will normally be accepted from those candidates who have completed their master’s Degree in the subject concerned within the last five years as on 31st July of the Year of advt.

Value/Passage Cost

Travel to and from New Zealand is arranged by the shortest route and economy class as arranged by the authorities of the donor No provision is made for the expenses of the dependent. Expenditure on board, lodging, books, study material, tuition fee, internal travel related to studies and medical care is met by donor country.

Application Procedure

Typed application with attested copies of testimonials, programme of study, photograph and other documents should be submitted on plain paper (as per format notified) by prescribed date. Employed persons should send their applications through their employer.

Additional Requirements (common for United kingdom, Canada and New Zealand)

Knowledge of India and of the donor country; 2 years consecutive stay in India after return from abroad for study/training/specialisation. Candidates qualifying from universities which do not award class/division, requirements in lieu of First Class i 60% marks (conversion formula may be given where grades are awarded). For candidates who are doing Ph.D./M.Phil after completion of Master’s Degree, actual period of research is taken into consideration as experience.

Application Procedure

Application (in prescribed format) with attested copies of testimonials, programme of study, photograph and other documents should be submitted on plain paper in English. Employed persons should send their applications through their employer. Name of the scholarship scheme and the country viz. UK, Canada or New Zealand must be indicated in the application form.

Contact Address

Section Officer, Es.4 Section,(Scholarships), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Education, (ES 4) External Scholarships Division, A1/w3 Curzon Road Barracks, K G Marg, New Delhi 110001.

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