The Prime Minister Research Fellowship conspire for 1,000 B.Tech understudies for seeking after PhD courses at IITs and IISc will enable change over to cerebrum deplete into mind increase, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said today. The Union Cabinet yesterday endorsed the plan at a cost of Rs 1,650 crore for a time of seven years, starting in 2018-19. Fund Minister Arun Jaitley had reported the plan in his spending discourse in Parliament on February 1. “The plan will go far in tapping the ability pool of the nation for completing exploration indigenously in front line science and innovation areas,” Javadekar told journalists at a question and answer session here. “Research under the plan will address our national needs at the one hand and lack of value staff in chief instructive foundations of the nation on the other. It will enable change over to cerebrum deplete into mind pick up,” he said. Under the plan, understudies who have finished or are in conclusive year of B.Tech or incorporated M.Tech or M.Sc in science and innovation streams at IISc, IITs, NITs, IISERs, IIITs will be offered coordinate confirmations in PhD programs in IITs and IISc.
Understudies, who might satisfy the qualification criteria and get shortlisted, would be offered a cooperation of Rs 70,000 a month amid the initial two years, Rs 75,000 every month amid the third year and Rs 80,000 every month amid the fourth and the fifth year, it included. An examination allow of Rs two lakh each will likewise be given to the colleagues to a time of five years to cover their remote travel costs for exhibiting research papers at worldwide gatherings and workshops.
The clergyman likewise talked quickly on “Pareeksha Pe Charcha”, the head administrator’s connection with understudies at Talkatora Stadium planned for February 16. Around 2,000 school and understudies including educators and principals will take an interest in the program. “Executive Narendra Modi will exhort understudies on beating exam stress and showing up for exams with an inspirational state of mind,” Javadekar said.