Applications are accepted from students and by e‑mail only. All applications have to be accompanied by the following documents in PDF format and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Application Format (Maximum four pages)
a. Title of the proposed research study
b. What you are trying to achieve from the study within the time frame?
c. Why this research study is important
d. What are the scientific methods that will be used in the study
e. Outlining of work plan and timeline
f. Detailed budget
g. Name, designation and contact details of the Guide
h. Details of applications or proposals to any other fellowships or funding agencies for this study
i. Your interests and activities that are related to biodiversity and conservation
2. Resume of the Applicant
3. Scanned copy of the Recommendation Letter from the Institutional Guide
All applications will be scrutinized and will be evaluated for its feasibility to complete the study within the time frame, objectives, scientific design and methodology, outcome of the study and also the ability of the applicant. The applications can be accepted, rejected or provisionally accepted on the basis of the recommendations from the review committee. The committee’s decision is final.
The successful applicant will be required to sign a standard reporting and completion agreement and liability waiver. A copy of the final report has to be submitted within one month of the completion of the study and the applicant is encouraged to publish their findings in Journals. The fellowship amount will be disbursed to students directly on the recommendation of the research guide. The fellowship amount cannot be utilized for tuition fees, travel to conferences and the entire amount for purchase of equipment’s alone.
For more details please contact, Centre for Urban Biodiversity Conservation & Education ( CUBE ) at +91 7448872233
The results will be announced by 20th November 2019.