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'Processed Indian Traditional Foods' research promotional programme aims to promote research on Indian traditional foods amongst PhD candidates across Indian universities and research institutes. The programme is sponsored by: •••• Nestlé ••• TATA Trusts Any project related to Processed Indian Traditional foods that has led to the submission of a PhD in 2016 Selected 1 final year PhD student will be awarded Best PhD thesis prize of INR 2,50,000 For additional details: www.firstmr.com/html/IndustryPlatforms/StudentPromotion-2016.html
PhD synopsis must have been submitted in the university/institute in 2016 All PhD studies should contain a degree of novelty and this will be part of the judging criteria. Novelty may be a new method for studying foods or new findings or some other aspect of the PhD study Registration must be accompanied by evidence of enrolment in 2016 at the university/institute The electronic copy of the all documents should be countersigned by the Professor concerned before scanning. Electronic copy of applications and documents has to be sent ONLY by E-mail to email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Number of Awards||1|
|Host Institution||Any University/Institute in India|
|Includes||Best PhD thesis award with cash prize of INR 2,50,000 to the winning Final year PhD student|