SERB Post Doctoral Fellowship:301 Young Researchers in Science

The researchers have been chosen to work for two years in cutting-edge fields of engineering and science. They will be mentored, and this training will give them a foundation on which to grow as autonomous researchers.

A total of 301 researchers have been chosen to work in cutting-edge fields of science and engineering for two years as part of the scientific and engineering research board’s (SERB) national post-doctoral fellowship (N-PDF). In an academic or research job at a reputable institution in India, these young researchers will be supervised by a mentor. They will be able to hone their abilities as independent researchers thanks to this opportunity. An annual research grant and a monthly fellowship will both be given to the chosen candidates.

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In an academic or research job at a reputable institution in India, these young researcher will be supervised by a mentor. They will be able to hone their abilities as independent researchers thanks to this opportunity. An annual research grant and a monthly fellowship will both be given to the chosen candidates.

Five large subject areas—chemical sciences, earth and atmospheric sciences, engineering sciences, biological sciences, and physical and mathematical sciences—are included in the host institution’s overhead costs. Candidates with a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.), doctor of medicine (MD), or master of science (MS) from an accredited university and a maximum age of 35 years old are eligible to apply.

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Candidates may also apply for the fellowship if they have already turned in their Ph.D., MD, or MS thesis and are just waiting to receive their degree. The department of science and technology received 3,833 applications for the fellowship, which were evaluated by designated expert committees and the SERB (DST). Out of the 8,833 applicants, only 301 were chosen and accepted. 

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In 2015, the national post-doctoral fellowship programme was launched to assist young researchers in becoming self-sufficient scientists. Over the past eight years, the fellowship has received about 23,000 applications, of which 3,500 fellows have so far benefited.

 

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