भारत के अंतर्राष्ट्रीय साझेदार
The government of India has taken several initiatives towards the international exposure of scientists working in India in addition to providing lucrative incentives to bring back the eminent scientists to the country vis-a-vis implementation of several International Fellowship Programmes / Schemes.
These International Fellowships include:
i) Fellowships for attracting highly skilled, outstanding researchers and scientists of Indian origin working abroad by providing them an attractive avenue to pursue their R&D interests in Indian Institutions.
ii) Fellowships providing opportunities to the best and brightest Indian students/ researchers / scientists to go abroad and gain exposure to world class research facilities and peers in leading institutions, thereby helping to build long-term R&D linkages and collaborations.
iii) Besides these, Indian scientists regularly apply for other international fellowships and their contributions are significant in the international arena.
These efforts have helped develop a pool of talents who are helping in the furtherance of excellence in science in the country. This Section provides information regarding the scholars honoured with these International Fellowships, the year of award, their affiliations and their area of work. It includes information regarding scholars like Ramanujan Fellows, Ramalingaswami Fellows, Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance Fellows, Fulbrighters, Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) Fellows, Indo-Australia Early and Mid-Career Researchers (EMCR) and so on...
India International Talents
|Sania Ismailee||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi; Columbia University, New York||The conflict of gender equality with religious freedom: Secularism and the Uniform Civil Code in India|
|Pearlin Hameed||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Vellore; University of Connecticut, Farmington||To study osteointegration of SLM printed hybrid Titanium implant in transgenic small animal model for healing of bone defects.|
|Soibham Haripriya||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Independent Scholar, Delhi; South Asia Institute, University of Texas-Austin||Poetry, Death, and the Fiction of the Social|
|Devi Soumyaja||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), Cochin; California State University, East Bay||Academic bullying: The role of gender and culture-A cross cultural study between India and USA|
|Prabhin Sukumaran||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Charotar University of Science and Technology, Changa, Gujrat; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign||Reconstructing Paleoenvironments and Human Adaptations in West-central India with Stable Isotope Geochemistry: Implications for Modern Human Origins|
|Susan Haris||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, New Delhi; University of California, Santa Cruz||Building a Multispecies Ethnography Research Lab in India|
|Aparajita Sengupta||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Independent Researcher, Delhi; University of Kentucky, Lexington||Growing Food, Growing Voices: Connecting Women Farmers in India and the United States|
|Chandra Vadhana Radhakrishnan||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Prayaana Labs, Kerala; Gendered Innovation Lab, Stanford University||“Validation of an Assessment Framework and Tool for Gendered Innovation in Start-Up Incubators”|
|Veera Raghavendra Prasad Guntupalli||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Center for Advanced Studies, University of Delhi; University of Chicago||Diversity and Intercontinental Affinities of Jurassic Mammals of India|
|Amoolya Dodakalappa Rajappa||Fulbright Fellow||2021||Christ University, Bengaluru; Florida State University, Tallahassee||Media Infrastructures and Migrant Labour|