Industry may be attracted to fund CV Raman International Fellowship for African Investors: DST Secy


NEW DELHI : India has always benefited from cooperation with Africa, and mutually beneficial ties are win-win for growing relationships not only in science and technology, but also in trade, culture and social sciences during the CD roundtable discussion Raman International Fellowship for Program for African Researchers (CVRF) with African Missions in India, said S Chandrasekhar, Secretary of the Ministry of Science and Technology.

“DST has worked with MEA and our African friends on various capacity building programs such as CV Raman Fellowship, training programs and strengthening academic and scientific institutes. I would like the CV Raman Fellowship to become as popular as Germany’s Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship,” Chandrasekhar noted.

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Department of Science and Technology (DST) and Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) through the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), have launched the CV Raman Fellowship for African Investors program under the India-Africa Forum Summit to build human capacity through science and technology cooperation between Africa and India.

The aim of this Fellowship is to provide African researchers with the opportunity to conduct joint research in different fields of science and technology in various Indian universities and R&D institutions under the supervision of visiting scientists in India. This prestigious fellowship aims to further strengthen the ties between India and African countries in the field of science and technology.

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Chandrasekhar said the fellowship program is aimed at connecting people and learning best practices from each other. He insisted on a stipulation to re-watch the program so that the relationship goes a long way.

He also requested FICCI, a partner of the industry to attract additional funding.

Commissioners/ambassadors/representatives of High Commissions/Embassies of Africa in India, as well as officials from DST and FICCI, also attended the meeting and discussed the scholarships.

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