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VAIBHAV Fellowship: Program Overview



  Mar 28, 2024

VAIBHAV Fellowship Overview



Q: What is the VAIBHAV Fellowship?

A: The VAIBHAV (Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik) Fellowship is a Government of India initiative to attract and support overseas Indian scientists and researchers to collaborate with public-funded institutions in India. The goal is to bolster collaborative research and knowledge exchange.

Q: Who is eligible for the VAIBHAV Fellowship?

A: To be eligible for the VAIBHAV Fellowship, applicants must be:

♦ Overseas scientists/researchers of Indian origin, including Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs).
♦ Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) currently working abroad.
♦ Applicants should hold a Ph. D., M.D., M.S., or M.Tech degree from a recognized university.
♦ Applicants must be actively engaged in research and development in their area of expertise.

Q: What are the benefits of the VAIBHAV Fellowship?

A: VAIBHAV Fellows receive:

♦ Fellowship grant of up to USD 5000 per month for a duration of 1-2 months per year over a maximum of 3 years.
♦ Travel support (one round-trip international economy airfare per year).
♦ Accommodation and contingency support while in India.
♦ Access to research facilities and mentorship in top Indian institutions.



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