- 0.1 Latest Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarship 2017 for Doctoral/P.hd studies
- 0.2 About JNMF – Scholarship, History, Publication, Institution
- 1 JNMF Scholarship 2017 result/List of successful candidates for JNMF Scholarship for 2017-2018
- 2 JNMF Scholarship 2017 result download
If you have completed your Masters in any relevant field with aggregate 60% and now looking for a well known authorized Doctoral Program me, So here is the latest news for you guys about JNMF Scholarship 2017 result, after getting yourselves successfully enrolled with the scholarship programme which is last held on 31st May 2017, being last date to apply online, now the candidates must be wondering for the called JNMF Scholarship 2017 result, whose latest update you will be provided through this article of ours.
Latest Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarship 2017 for Doctoral/P.hd studies
Dear JNMF aspirants, searching for JNMF Scholarship 2017 result, you all must have been successfully enrolled for Jawaharlal Nehru fellowship Online before or on last date 31st May 2017, and now must be waiting for the most awaited result of none other then JNMF Scholarship 2017, and JNMF Scholarship 2017 result Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial fund is providing higher education to the citizens of the country who wants to perceive a Doctorate or research Degree in various respective fields, this two year degree programme is being conducting by JNSF since its establishment promoted and launched only for Indian Nationals and Nationals of other Asian countries for Ph.D studies in India.
Those candidates who fulfills the given Eligibility criteria can apply before 31st May on the next year, the scholarship can be registered any time before 31st May 2017, as there is no a definite starting date, but the deadline of submitting your application form is 31st of May 2017.
Therefore candidates who have not registered kindly go through the given below eligibility criteria to apply Online next session and who who already have can access their coming JNMF Scholarship 2017 result, which will be intimated to candidates only on through the official portal, links which will be provided soon.
About JNMF – Scholarship, History, Publication, Institution
The Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund formally came into being when a National Committee consisting of 110 members was convened in New Delhi on 17 August 1964 under the Chairmanship of Dr S. Radhakrishnan, then President of India. This Committee unanimously adopted a Deed of Declaration of Trust and nominated the first Trustees, Holding Trustees and Members of the Executive Committee.
In Dr S. Radhakrishnan’s words “The Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund is a symbol of our determination to keep burning the torch that he has left to us. Let us make it a symbol worthy both of our regard and affection for him and of all that he has so generously bequeathed to us.”
Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarships
A scheme called ‘Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships for Post-graduate Studies in India and abroad’ was initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in 1987. It took time to complete the formalities and the Fund was asked to launch the scheme in March 1993.
Till 2017 a total of 688 scholarships have been awarded.
JNMF Scholarship 2017 result/List of successful candidates for JNMF Scholarship for 2017-2018
|Sl.No.||Name||Title of the Thesis|
|1||Ms Navya Reghu
French Institute of Pondicherry, Pondicherry
|Quantitative Pollen Based Land Cover Reconstruction of Quaternary Vegetation in South India – downloaded as JNMF Scholarship 2017 result|
|2||Ms Meenakshi Sangwan
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar
|Evaluation of tall wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) for dual purpose under cutting, nitrogen and weed management practices
JNMF Scholarship 2017 result
|3||Mr Kranthi Kumar Chanda
Goa University, Goa
|Application for hydro-acoustic techniques for shallow water environmental studies off Goa|
|4||Ms Bulbul Gupta
Panjab University, Chandigarh
|Studies on Biodegradation of Anthracene and Pyrene by Indigenous Microorganisms|
|5||Mr Naveen Kumar K.L.
Central Agricultural University, Umiam
|Inbred Development in a set of maize landraces of North Eastern Hill (NEH) origin and their diversity analysis using molecular markers|
|6||Ms Neha Agarwal
Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana
|“Molecular-genetic characterization of introgressed alien genome variation for resistance to Sclerotinia stem rot in Brassica juncea L.Coss”|
|7||Mr Saim Qureshi
Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of Kashmir, Srinagar
|Evaluation of winter rearing of broiler chicken production with special emphasis on effect of cold on performance and suitable remedies to mitigate effect of cold on performance and production of broiler chicken|
|8||Ms Rinku Moni Devi
Forest Research Institute, Dehradun
|Approach for Planning Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change Using Regional Climate Model and Remote Sensing|
|9||Ms Upasana Mohapatra
Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology, Bhubaneswar
|Performance of Odisha Agriculture in context of temporal changes and changing crop production technology: An Economic Analysis|
|10||Mr Sangamesh R. Hiremath
Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur
|The Lamiinae (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) of Southern India|
|11||Mr Thounaojam Rojen Singh
Manipur University, Imphal
|Earthworm population and soil nutrient availability in subtropical forest ecosystem of Manipur, North East India|
|12||Mr Sourabh Jain
TERI University, New Delhi
|Assessing Resource Recovery Potential from Urban Waste in Developing Countries|
|13||Mr Soumya Kumar Sahoo
Indira Gandhi Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Raipur
|Exploring and Dessecting Physiological and Molecular Basis of Drought Tolerance in Rice|
|14||Ms Kritika Bora
Kumaun University, Nainital
|Seismic Vulnerability Assessment in built-up environment of Haldwani-Kathgodam Municipal Corporation and Pithoragarh town of Kumaun Himalaya|
|15||Ms Esha Prasad
Deccan Collge Post Graduate & Research Institute, Pune
|Acculturation of the Ganeshwar Jodhpura Cultural Complex: A Case Study of the Ceramic Assemblage|
|16||Ms Neha Chatterji
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
|Sacred Calling, Worldly Bargain: Caste, Self-Cultivation and Mobilization in Late Colonial Bengal|
|17||Ms Siddhi Satish Deshpande
Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute, Pune
|Sculptors became Preceptors – Study of Krsnalila Panels from Osian, Kekind and Kiradu Temples in Rajasthan|
|18||Mr Sasi Kiran Reddy Mallam
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
|Modernity and the Telugu Public Sphere: A History of Vignana Chandrika Mandali, 1900-1930|
|19||Ms Isha Naaz
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
|Common Property Resources Governance in Uttarakhand: Understanding from Gender Perspective|
|20||Ms Jyotsna Deepak Bidave
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
|Negotiating the Transforming Socio-Psychological Identities of Dalit Women as Reflected in Dalit Women’s Oral and Written Narratives in Marathi|
|21||Mr Jyoti Prakash Pujari
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
|Between Home and Exile: Locating Memsahibs’ Texts in British India|
|22||Ms Remya Ramakrishnan.T
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
|Development Models and Fisherfolk in India: A Comparative Study of Kerala and Gujarat|
|23||Mr Soumya Ranjan Mohapatra
Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Tirupati
|“A Poetical study of Sanskrit Inscriptions and Socio-Cultural study of Thailand basing on “SANSKRIT INSCRIPTIONS OF THAILAND”|
|24||Ms Nancy Sharma
Punjabi University, Patiala
|Orthography of Sri Guru Granth Sahib: Context, Meaning and Pronunciation (Orthography and Theological Prospective)|
|25||Ms Gurpreet Kaur
Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Chandigarh
|Concept of Nirbhau Nirvair in Sri Guru Granth Sahib|
|26||Ms Rakhi Das (BANGLADESH)
Barkatullah University, Bhopal
|Adopt Aquaponics technology for Indigenous fish farming and systems consequence on fish survival rate and culture environment|
JNMF 2017 Eligibility Criteria
Minimum 60% marks in Master’s degree, age below 35 years, full-time Ph.D. scholar, registered in a recognized Indian University, and valid GATE/NET score.
Fields of Study
Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarships for Doctoral Studies offered in the following streams.
- Science & Technology
- Religion & Culture
- Indian History
- Environment and Nehru Studies.Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarships for Doctoral Studies Monthly Stipend: Rs. 12,000/-
Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarships for Doctoral Studies Annual Contingency upto: Rs. 15,000/-
Last date for application:
The Fund is a continuous one and follows no starting date. A candidate can apply for the scholarship anytime of the year before May 2017.
JNMF Scholarship 2017 result download
Dear aspirants no need to go anywhere else if yo are looking for JNMF Scholarship 2017 result, you will get immediate response of your search here, if you have already assessed your JNMF Scholarship 2017 result, then that is great and if you haven’t yet you can use the direct links given below to access your i available now.
Candidates if you have enrolled for the session, you may proceed to JNMF Scholarship 2017 result and if not, you can you can look at the following details, and apply for the scholarship in next upcoming session JNMF Scholarship 2018-19.
JNMF Scholarship – Apply Online
Completed application form together with all the necessary enclosures should reach Administrative Secretary, Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, Teen Murti House, New Delhi-110011 on or before 31 May. The candidates are advised to send their applications as soon as possible. The Fund will not be responsible for any postal delays in reaching the application by the due date.
The Selection Committee’s decision to call a candidate for interview or select a candidate for scholarship will be final and no representation in this regard will be entertained.
1) A passport size photograph of the applicant to be pasted on the form.
2) A synopsis of the proposed project as per the attached format.
3) Doctoral Monitoring Committee’s report or Supervisor’s report/recommendations.
4) Postal Order/Demand Draft for Rs.100.
5) Ph.D registration certificate.