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14 IIT-G students selected for PM�s Research Fellows scheme

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GUWAHATI, Oct 22 - Altogether 14 students of the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT-G) have been selected for the Prime Minister�s Research Fellows (PMRF) scheme.

The 14 students have been selected for the scheme through the channel of lateral entry.

The PhD students selected for the PMRF fellowship this year are pursuing research in interdisciplinary and forefront areas in various departments and centres.

According to the PMRF scheme, each fellow will be eligible for a monthly fellowship of Rs 70,000 for the first two years, Rs 75,000 for the third year and Rs 80,000 in the fourth and the fifth years.

In addition to this, each fellow will be eligible for a research grant of Rs 2 lakh per year (a total of Rs 10 lakh for five years).

After the selection, every fellow will be given deliverables to be achieved each year. The deliverables will be decided by the assigned guide.

The deliverables will be designed while keeping in view the research topic selected by the fellows and are also likely to be reviewed annually for the progress of their research objectives.

�IIT Guwahati and its faculty members are ready to help the selected PMRF recipients realise their full potential and guide them, so that these awardees can achieve their long-term career goals and contribute to the growth of the country,� said Prof TG Sitharam, Director of IIT Guwahati.

The IIT-G students who have been selected for the PMRF scheme 2020 are Neelarnab Dutta (Department of Design), Rupresha Deb (Department of Mechanical Engineering), Jegyasu (Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering), Rajnandan Das (Department of Physics), Samik Mitra (Department of Physics), Sampreet Kalita (Department of Physics), Subhankar Biswas (Department of Chemistry) Tripti Paul (Department of Chemistry), Kumudhini Akasapu (Centre for Rural Technology), Souradeep Dey (Centre for Nanotechnology), Ankit Chowdhury (Centre for Nanotechnology), Kakali Borah (Centre for Energy), Himadree Das (Centre for Environment), and Aniket Banerjee (Centre for Environment).

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14 IIT-G students selected for PM�s Research Fellows scheme

GUWAHATI, Oct 22 - Altogether 14 students of the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT-G) have been selected for the Prime Minister�s Research Fellows (PMRF) scheme.

The 14 students have been selected for the scheme through the channel of lateral entry.

The PhD students selected for the PMRF fellowship this year are pursuing research in interdisciplinary and forefront areas in various departments and centres.

According to the PMRF scheme, each fellow will be eligible for a monthly fellowship of Rs 70,000 for the first two years, Rs 75,000 for the third year and Rs 80,000 in the fourth and the fifth years.

In addition to this, each fellow will be eligible for a research grant of Rs 2 lakh per year (a total of Rs 10 lakh for five years).

After the selection, every fellow will be given deliverables to be achieved each year. The deliverables will be decided by the assigned guide.

The deliverables will be designed while keeping in view the research topic selected by the fellows and are also likely to be reviewed annually for the progress of their research objectives.

�IIT Guwahati and its faculty members are ready to help the selected PMRF recipients realise their full potential and guide them, so that these awardees can achieve their long-term career goals and contribute to the growth of the country,� said Prof TG Sitharam, Director of IIT Guwahati.

The IIT-G students who have been selected for the PMRF scheme 2020 are Neelarnab Dutta (Department of Design), Rupresha Deb (Department of Mechanical Engineering), Jegyasu (Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering), Rajnandan Das (Department of Physics), Samik Mitra (Department of Physics), Sampreet Kalita (Department of Physics), Subhankar Biswas (Department of Chemistry) Tripti Paul (Department of Chemistry), Kumudhini Akasapu (Centre for Rural Technology), Souradeep Dey (Centre for Nanotechnology), Ankit Chowdhury (Centre for Nanotechnology), Kakali Borah (Centre for Energy), Himadree Das (Centre for Environment), and Aniket Banerjee (Centre for Environment).

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