The University of Hyderabad (UoH), one of India’s Institute of Eminence, announces its fourth set of Ph.D. scholars for the fellowship under the prestigious Prime Minister’s Research Fellows (PMRF) scheme. The following 8 (eight) Ph.D. students are the selected Research Fellows. The PMRF fellows shall be working in research areas with great scientific significance and advancement in varied applications.
|Student Name||School||Supervisor||Significance of the research|
|School of Mathematics and Statistics.||Dr. T. Suman Kumar||Modelling and analysis of infectious diseases with effect of spatial diffusion and limitation of individual mobility|
|School of Mathematics and Statistics.||Dr. A. Sankaranarayanan||On the average behavior of the Fourier coefficients related to triple product L−functions and some higher degree L−functions|
|Department of Biochemistry, School of Life Sciences||Dr. Seema Mishra||Exploration of cancer-related long non-coding RNAs’ structurome towards the development of potential therapeutics|
Sumathi Ravi Raj
|Department of Biochemistry, School of Life Sciences||Dr. P. Anil Kumar||Mitophagy of Glomerular Podocytes induced by Growth Hormone: Implications in diabetic nephropathy and proteinuria|
|Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, School of Life Sciences||Dr.K.P.M.S.V Padmasree||Identification of potential new targets for Bowman-Birk Protease Inhibitor in the midgut proteome of Achaea janata|
|School of Physics||Dr. Venkataiah Gorige||Electric-field controlled spin-wave studies in ferro(ferri)magnetic/ferroelectric heterostructures for possible magnonic applications|
Karishma Bombo Naik
|School of Chemistry||Dr. T. Saravanan||Enzyme Catalyzed Enantioselective (P-N) Phosphoramidation of Phosphoric Acids to access Valuable Antiviral Prodrugs|
The National Coordination Committee of the PMRF scheme made the selection of the above students. Each fellow under the PMRF scheme will receive a starting monthly fellowship of Rs. 70,000/-, which may increase to a maximum monthly fellowship of Rs. 80,000/- towards the end of Ph.D., provided the performance during the initial years of Ph.D. is satisfactory. Apart from this, each fellow would be eligible for a Rs. 2 Lakhs research grant per year.
UoH was allotted a total of 8 Lateral entry PMRF fellowships for the PMRF December 2021 cycle. UoH thanks the Ministry of Education and the National Coordination Committee, PMRF, for the same. For the PMRF 2021 December cycle, a total of 8 Ph.D. students have been selected.
Prof. B.J.Rao (Vice-Chancellor, UoH), Prof. N. Siva Kumar, All the members of previous IEC, Prof. Vadali V. S. S. Srikanth, and the entire University fraternity heartily congratulates the selected PMRF Fellows. Prof BJ Rao congratulates all the 8 PMRF fellows and their supervisors for preparing research proposals related to solving pertinent mathematical, environmental, medical, and engineering problems with novel scientific concepts. Prof. B.J. Rao expressed great happiness for nearly 100% success in filling the PMRF vacancies at UoH.
University of Hyderabad now has in total 40 PMRF fellows
About University of Hyderabad
The University of Hyderabad is an institute of post-graduate teaching and research. The school was established by an act of the Parliament of India in 1974 as a Central University. Over the years, it has emerged as a top ranking institute of higher education and research in India. The university also offers courses under distance learning programs. The university is a member of the ‘Association of Indian Universities’ (AIU), the ‘Association of Commonwealth Universities’ (ACU) and ‘International Council for Distance Education’. An Academic Staff College has been functioning on the university campus since 1988 under the UGC scheme for improving the standards of teaching in colleges and universities. The college organizes orientation and refresher courses for college and university teachers.
For more information, visit: University Of Hyderabad
To get in touch, write to us at email@example.com.
DST-UoH-TEC and ASPIRE innovation café is a collaborative initiative between ASPIRE a section-8 company of UoH and DST-UoH-Technology Enabling Center to inculcate the innovative mindset and to […]
KISS Deemed to be University and Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University are exploring possibilities of partnership in the field of ‘Climate Change Communication, Community Empowerment, […]
Dr. Sheela Suryanarayanan, faculty at the Centre for Women’s Studies, has received a grant to set up a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) laboratory at the University of Hyderabad […]
Prof. BJ Rao, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad on 11th April, 2022 on the occasion of Mahatma Jyothiba Phule 195th Jayanthi released the Routledge Handbook of Other Backward […]
Dr. Chetan Srivastava, Associate Professor at the School of Management Studies, University of Hyderabad was invited by the Hirachand Nemchand College of Commerce (HNCC), Solapur, Shivaji University, […]
The hands on training program on Histology and Immunohisto / cytochemistry was conducted at the Skill Development Centre, School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad during 4-10 […]
Rich tributes were paid to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar on his 131st birth anniversary at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) on 14th April 2022. Prof. B J Rao, […]
On 12th April 2022 the Junior Science Club (JSC) Foundation Day was observed. The event aimed at commemorating the memory of the late Prof. KPN Murthy, former […]
Centre for Study & Research in Legislative Drafting (CSRLD), KIIT Law School (KLS) conducted a National Policy Formulation Competition on 9th – 10th April 2022. The competition sought to instill […]
On the occasion of the 131st year of Dr B.R. Ambedkar Jayanthi and as a part of the celebrations of 75 years of India’s Independence “ Bharat […]